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SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC (Đề gồm có 04 trang) ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017 MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ ĐỀ 000 Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề TNPT 80 MASTER COPY ~ WITH KEY Mark the tetter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose undertint part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions Question 1:A seat B beat C thread D mean Question 2:A explored B stretched C entered D remained Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the undertint word(s) in each of the following questions Question 3: Aileen doesn't like conventional dressing She prefers something modern and shocking A traditional B old C social D contemporary Question 4: The Red Cross is an international humanitarian agency dedicated to reducing the sufferings of wounded soldiers, civilians and prisoners of war A worry and sadness B pain and sorrow C happiness D loss Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions Question 5: One-cent coins issued in the United States since 1982 is 96 percent zinc A since 1982 B is C issued D One-cent Question 6: To control quality and making decisions about production are among the many responsibilities of an industrial engineer A are B making C about D among Question 7: Bill seems unhappy in his job because he doesn't get on well to his boss A on well to B doesn't get C seems D in 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 of primary stress in each of the following questions Question 8:A enough B aware C support D swallow Question 9:A period B consider C advocate D cultural Read the following pasage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks KARAOKE: A BRIEF HISTORY Karaoke is a popular form of (10) around the world Karaoke is when people sing along to the recorded music of a song The recorded vocals of the song are removed It is (11) from Japan The word "karaoke" comes from the Japanese words "kara", which means "empty" and "oke", which means "orchestra" The first karaoke machine was invented by Daisuke Inoue in 1971 His friends always wanted to hear recordings of his performances They wanted to sing along to his music Inoue made a machine with a tape recorder When someone put in 100 yen (about a dollar), the machine would play the music on the tape ( ) first, he rented the machine to restaurants and bars As karaoke got more popular, many people opened karaoke boxes These were places (12) people could go and sit in a room with their friends and sing karaoke together Nowadays, karaoke is popular around the world Newer karaoke machines have computers They can store thousands of songs and download new songs from the Internet automatically Karaoke machines are (13) to screens that show music videos and song lyrics People can change the speed and the pitch of the music to suit their voice Some karaoke machines give people a rating about their singing talent after the song ends If you've never tried karaoke, you should give it a shot! You might enjoy it! (Adapted from http://dreamreader.net/) Question 10:A entertainment B advertisement C achievement D development Question 11:A origin B original C originate D originally Question 12:A On B For C In D At Question 13:A when B where C which D who Question 14:A combined B linked C attached D unconnected Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question 15: There are two factors causing this decrease in students' seeking an MBA degree A seizing B pursuing C examining D avoiding Question 16: With the dawn of space exploration, the notion that atmospheric conditions on Earth may be unique in the solar system was strengthened A beginning B outcome C expansion D continuation Read the following pasage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions From 1940 to 1956, a man called George Metesky set off bombs in places like movie theatres and train stations all over New York City A psychiatrist named James A Brussel was called in by the police to help He used crime scene photos and nthes from the bomber to profile the criminal doing the bombings He assured the police that the man was middle-aged, unmarried, and a skilled mechanic from Connecticut This was an example of criminal profiling Profiling is used when a criminal's identity is unknown Based on profiling, a psychological sketch of the person is created This sketch helps the police more easily find him or her It Is an essential tool for the police trying to solve major crimes Profiling has been used for a long time to help the police Profilers are not police officers They are experts who create criminal profiles for the police They use the crime scene evidence and psychology to write about the suspect They can't tell who the person is, but they can tell the police what kind of person to look for To be a profiler, one needs a degree in psychology, criminal justice, or behavioural science Profilers sometimes work in police departments and sometimes they are independent workers Profiling is especially effective in cases of repeated crimes, like serial killers The profile tells the police what the killer may act like It also tells the police what kind of person the killer may target next and where it might happen That way, the police can prevent further crimes Profilers can learn a lot about a criminal's habits from the evidence they leave behind All of this is impressive, but not everyone agrees with profiling Some say it's just a guessing game It may not always work, but profiling methods have improved over time Today's profilers are much better than previous profilers They can create better profiles thanks to decades of knowledge and experience Even if their information isn't perfect, it's still a great help to the police (Adapted from "Subject Link L8") Question 17: What is the passage mainly about? A how to become a criminal profier B how proflIng helps predict what people will become criminals C how criminal profiing helps catch criminals D how criminal profiing was discovered Question 18: When might the police ask a profier for help? A when they not know anything about a criminal B when they know someone will be targeted by a serial killer C when they know who to arrest D when they need an artistic sketch of a suspect Question 19: The word "serial" in paragraph is closest in meaning to A undiscovered B prior C repeat D guilty Question 20: The word "they" in paragraph refers to A police officers B criminal profiles C Profilers D departments Question 21: The main purpose of the second paragraph is to A discuss how to fid a profier B provide an example of profiing C explain how to become a profler D explain what criminal profiing is Question 22: Which is NOT mentioned as a task that profiers do? A They tell the police specifially who to arrest B They tell the police where crimes might happen C They tell the police the type of person who might be targeted D They tell the police what a criminal acts like Question 23: Which is true about James A Brussel? A He worked as a psychiatrist from 1940 to 1956 B He helped the police to find the bomber C He was involved in setting off bombs in New York D He was middle-aged and a skilled mechanic 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 24: She took the train last night, so she wasn't late A If she took the train last night, she would be late B Had she not taken the train last night, she would have been late C Unless she hadn't taken the train last night, she would be late D If she had taken the train last night, she would have been late Question 25: People say that some Americans are superficially friendly A Some Americans are said that they are superficially friendly B Some Americans are said as being superficially friendly C Some Americans are said to be superficially friendly D People are said that some Americans are superficially friendly Question 26: "Why don't you get up early to morning exercises?" Peter asked me A Peter suggested that he should get up early to morning exercises B Peter told me the reason why I did not get up early to morning exercises C Peter advised me to get up early to morning exercises D Peter recommended me not to get up early to morning exercises Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the xntence that best œmbines each pair of sentences in the following questions Question 27: My mother is very busy at work However, she takes good care of her children A Though my mother was very busy at work my mother took good care of her children B In spite of being busy at work, my mother takes good care of her children C Although my mother was very busy at work she did not take good care of her children D My mother takes good care of her children but she is very busy at work Question 28: Sue lives in this house The house is opposite my house A Sue lives In this house which is opposite mine B Sue lives in this house, that is opposite mine C Sue lives in this house, where is opposite mine D Sue lives in this house, which is opposite mine Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions Question 29: The bicycle now You can it tomorrow or the day after tomorrow on Mars A need to repair B needn't be repaired C needn't repairing D need repairing Question 30: It's very kind of you to give me something on my birthday, but you .bought such an expensive present like this A needn't have B didn't need C haven't needed D needn't Question 31: The Red Cross is a organization whose purpose is to help people in wartime and disasters A commercial B military C humanitarian D political Question 32: In the future cars will still be with us, but Instead of petrol they could run anything from electricity to methane gas A out B by C on D with Question 33: Not only the exam but she also got the scholarship A did she pass B she passed C has she passed D she has passed Question 34: you study, marks you will get A The harder - the best B The harder - the better C The more - the much D The hardest - the best Question 35: By the end of the 21st century, Chinese astronauts A will have landed B will land C will be landed D will be landing Question 36: His son's death was a terrible shock and it took him long time to A go over B come through C get round D get over Question 37: He asked me home the day before A what time I left B what time I leave C what time I had left D what time I will leave Question 38: A good .of English will help you find a job more easily A knowledge B expectation C satisfaction D condition Question 39: Computers are .used in schools and universities A widely B width C widen D wide Question 40: An architect planning a new house should always in mind his client's needs A remember B take C bear D carry Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges Question 41: Cindy and Peter are talking about species extintion ~ Cindy: "I think some plants and animals are likely to become extinct due to climate change." ~ Peter: " So we need to make eveiyone aware of the harmful effects." A You can't say it again B I can't agree with you less C There's no doubt about it D How wonderful your idea is Question 42: Frank and Brandy are talking about Brandy's last vacation ~ Frank: "I learned that you had an amazing vacation last summer Did you go with your parents?" ~ Brandy: " I went with my cousins We had a blast!" A That's right B Oh, no That's unbelievable C Of course not D Certainly with my friends too 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 It was one of the greatest art thefts in history In March 1990, two thieves stole 13 pieces of art from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston Valued at $500 million, it was the largest private art theft ever, and for decades, it has gone unsolved The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is unique in the art world Founded in 1903, it is the only museum where the art and the building are part of one person's private collection Gardner was a collector of art who acquired many pieces on her travels to Europe She eventually opened her museum to the public so she could share her art with the world Two thieves disguised as police officers knocked on the museum's door late at night on St Patrick's Day Because of the holiday, there were festivities all over the city The "police officers" told the two guards that there was a problem outside Once inside, one of the "police officers" looked at the guards "I have an arrest warrant for you," he said That's when he put handcuffs on the guards The thieves stole art from all over the museum During the robbery, they set off an alarm when they tried to take a Rembrandt off a wall, but they quickly smashed it The thieves finally left the museum 81 minutes later with their stolen art The stolen art included The storm on the Sea of Galilœ by Rembrandt, Landscape with an Obelisk by Flinck, La Sortie de Pesage by Degas, and The Concert by Vermeer The next morning, workers found the art gone and the guards still tied up They immediately called in the police and an investigation began Some called the robbery "dumb" because paintings are notoriously hard to sell, but others claimed the thieves were very professional They weren't art experts and had likely been paid to steal the art Today, the art has still not been found Empty frames hang where the paintings were They are reminders of what was stolen (Adapted from "Subject Link L8") Question 43: The main purpose of the third paragraph is to A discuss how the thieves were caught B explain how the thieves got into the museum C explain where Gardner acquired all her art D show what the thieves did with the art Question 44: Which is NOT true about the robbery? A The thieves set off an alarm while stealing art B The guards helped the thieves steal art C The thieves stole art by Rembrandt D The art hasn't been found to this day Question 45: What happened during the robbery? A The guards escaped and got some help B A cleaning crew showed up and found the guards C The thieves were arrested by the police outside the museum D The thieves tricked the guards and tied them up Question 46: The word "he" in paragraph refers to A St Patrick B the thief C the guard D the police officer Question 47: What is the passage mainly about? A a legendary unsolved art robbery B methods to prevent future art theft C ways to steal art from a museum D what the police did to solve a past art robbery Question 48: The word "Founded" in paragraph is closest in meaning to A Discovered B Started C Hidden D Destroyed Question 49: The word "festivities" in paragraph is closest in meaning to A entertainments B celebrations C activities D advertisements Question 50: What can be inferred about the thieves? A They knew what paintings to steal because they studied art B This was probably their fist robbery C They carefully planned the theft D They were angry because the paintings were hard to sell SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC (Đề gồm có 04 trang) Mark(s) ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017 MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ ĐỀ 564 Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề Phách ……… Mark the tetter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose undertint part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions Question 1:A stretched B explored C entered D remained Question 2:A beat B thread C mean D seat Read the following pasage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks KARAOKE: A BRIEF HISTORY Karaoke is a popular form of (3) around the world Karaoke is when people sing along to the recorded music of a song The recorded vocals of the song are removed It is (4) from Japan The word "karaoke" comes from the Japanese words "kara", which means "empty" and "oke", which means "orchestra" The first karaoke machine was invented by Daisuke Inoue in 1971 His friends always wanted to hear recordings of his performances They wanted to sing along to his music Inoue made a machine with a tape recorder When someone put in 100 yen (about a dollar), the machine would play the music on the tape ( ) first, he rented the machine to restaurants and bars As karaoke got more popular, many people opened karaoke boxes These were places (5) people could go and sit in a room with their friends and sing karaoke together Nowadays, karaoke is popular around the world Newer karaoke machines have computers They can store thousands of songs and download new songs from the Internet automatically Karaoke machines are (6) to screens that show music videos and song lyrics People can change the speed and the pitch of the music to suit their voice Some karaoke machines give people a rating about their singing talent after the song ends If you've never tried karaoke, you should give it a shot! You might enjoy it! (Adapted from http://dreamreader.net/) Question 3:A advertisement B entertainment C development D achievement Question 4:A original B origin C originally D originate Question 5:A On B In C For D At Question 6:A where B when C who D which Question 7:A unconnected B attached C combined D linked Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions Question 8: One-cent coins issued in the United States since 1982 is 96 percent zinc A is B since 1982 C One-cent D issued Question 9: To control quality and making decisions about production are among the many responsibilities of an industrial engineer A are B among C about D making Question 10: Bill seems unhappy in his job because he doesn't get on well to his boss A on well to B seems C in D doesn't get Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions Question 11: Computers are .used in schools and universities A widen B wide C widely D width Question 12: An architect planning a new house should always in mind his client's needs A take B carry C remember D bear Question 13: In the future cars will still be with us, but Instead of petrol they could run anything from electricity to methane gas A with B on C by D out Question 14: His son's death was a terrible shock and it took him long time to A come through B go over C get over D get round Question 15: It's very kind of you to give me something on my birthday, but you .bought such an expensive present like this A didn't need B haven't needed C needn't have D needn't Question 16: Not only the exam but she also got the scholarship A she passed B has she passed C did she pass D she has passed Question 17: you study, marks you will get A The more - the much B The harder - the best C The harder - the better D The hardest - the best Question 18: The bicycle now You can it tomorrow or the day after tomorrow on Mars A needn't be repaired B need repairing C needn't repairing D need to repair Question 19: The Red Cross is a organization whose purpose is to help people in wartime and disasters A military B political C commercial D humanitarian Question 20: By the end of the 21st century, Chinese astronauts A will land B will be landing C will be landed D will have landed Question 21: He asked me home the day before A what time I leave B what time I had left C what time I will leave D what time I left Question 22: A good .of English will help you find a job more easily A expectation B satisfaction C condition D knowledge Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the undertint word(s) in each of the following questions Question 23: The Red Cross is an international humanitarian agency dedicated to reducing the sufferings of wounded soldiers, civilians and prisoners of war A happiness B pain and sorrow C worry and sadness D loss Question 24: Aileen doesn't like conventional dressing She prefers something modern and shocking A traditional B social C contemporary D old Read the following pasage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions From 1940 to 1956, a man called George Metesky set off bombs in places like movie theatres and train stations all over New York City A psychiatrist named James A Brussel was called in by the police to help He used crime scene photos and nthes from the bomber to profile the criminal doing the bombings He assured the police that the man was middle-aged, unmarried, and a skilled mechanic from Connecticut This was an example of criminal profiling Profiling is used when a criminal's identity is unknown Based on profiling, a psychological sketch of the person is created This sketch helps the police more easily find him or her It Is an essential tool for the police trying to solve major crimes Profiling has been used for a long time to help the police Profilers are not police officers They are experts who create criminal profiles for the police They use the crime scene evidence and psychology to write about the suspect They can't tell who the person is, but they can tell the police what kind of person to look for To be a profiler, one needs a degree in psychology, criminal justice, or behavioural science Profilers sometimes work in police departments and sometimes they are independent workers Profiling is especially effective in cases of repeated crimes, like serial killers The profile tells the police what the killer may act like It also tells the police what kind of person the killer may target next and where it might happen That way, the police can prevent further crimes Profilers can learn a lot about a criminal's habits from the evidence they leave behind All of this is impressive, but not everyone agrees with profiling Some say it's just a guessing game It may not always work, but profiling methods have improved over time Today's profilers are much better than previous profilers They can create better profiles thanks to decades of knowledge and experience Even if their information isn't perfect, it's still a great help to the police (Adapted from "Subject Link L8") Question 25: Which is NOT mentioned as a task that profiers do? A They tell the police what a criminal acts like B They tell the police the type of person who might be targeted C They tell the police specifially who to arrest D They tell the police where crimes might happen Question 26: The main purpose of the second paragraph is to A explain how to become a profler B provide an example of profiing C discuss how to fid a profier D explain what criminal profiing is Question 27: The word "they" in paragraph refers to A criminal profiles B Profilers C departments D police officers Question 28: When might the police ask a profier for help? A when they know someone will be targeted by a serial killer B when they need an artistic sketch of a suspect C when they not know anything about a criminal D when they know who to arrest Question 29: Which is true about James A Brussel? A He was middle-aged and a skilled mechanic B He helped the police to find the bomber C He was involved in setting off bombs in New York D He worked as a psychiatrist from 1940 to 1956 Question 30: The word "serial" in paragraph is closest in meaning to A prior B guilty C repeat D undiscovered Question 31: What is the passage mainly about? A how proflIng helps predict what people will become criminals B how criminal profiing was discovered C how to become a criminal profier D how criminal profiing helps catch criminals 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 of primary stress in each of the following questions Question 32:A period B consider C advocate D cultural Question 33:A enough B swallow C aware D support 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 34: She took the train last night, so she wasn't late A If she had taken the train last night, she would have been late B Had she not taken the train last night, she would have been late C If she took the train last night, she would be late D Unless she hadn't taken the train last night, she would be late Question 35: People say that some Americans are superficially friendly A People are said that some Americans are superficially friendly B Some Americans are said to be superficially friendly C Some Americans are said that they are superficially friendly D Some Americans are said as being superficially friendly Question 36: "Why don't you get up early to morning exercises?" Peter asked me A Peter told me the reason why I did not get up early to morning exercises B Peter advised me to get up early to morning exercises C Peter suggested that he should get up early to morning exercises D Peter recommended me not to get up early to morning exercises Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges Question 37: Cindy and Peter are talking about species extintion ~ Cindy: "I think some plants and animals are likely to become extinct due to climate change." ~ Peter: " So we need to make eveiyone aware of the harmful effects." A I can't agree with you less B You can't say it again C How wonderful your idea is D There's no doubt about it Question 38: Frank and Brandy are talking about Brandy's last vacation ~ Frank: "I learned that you had an amazing vacation last summer Did you go with your parents?" ~ Brandy: " I went with my cousins We had a blast!" A That's right B Of course not C Certainly with my friends too D Oh, no That's unbelievable Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the xntence that best œmbines each pair of sentences in the following questions Question 39: My mother is very busy at work However, she takes good care of her children A In spite of being busy at work, my mother takes good care of her children B Although my mother was very busy at work she did not take good care of her children C My mother takes good care of her children but she is very busy at work D Though my mother was very busy at work my mother took good care of her children Question 40: Sue lives in this house The house is opposite my house A Sue lives in this house, which is opposite mine B Sue lives in this house, where is opposite mine C Sue lives in this house, that is opposite mine D Sue lives In this house which is opposite mine Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question 41: With the dawn of space exploration, the notion that atmospheric conditions on Earth may be unique in the solar system was strengthened A expansion B outcome C beginning D continuation Question 42: There are two factors causing this decrease in students' seeking an MBA degree A examining B avoiding C seizing D pursuing 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 It was one of the greatest art thefts in history In March 1990, two thieves stole 13 pieces of art from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston Valued at $500 million, it was the largest private art theft ever, and for decades, it has gone unsolved The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is unique in the art world Founded in 1903, it is the only museum where the art and the building are part of one person's private collection Gardner was a collector of art who acquired many pieces on her travels to Europe She eventually opened her museum to the public so she could share her art with the world Two thieves disguised as police officers knocked on the museum's door late at night on St Patrick's Day Because of the holiday, there were festivities all over the city The "police officers" told the two guards that there was a problem outside Once inside, one of the "police officers" looked at the guards "I have an arrest warrant for you," he said That's when he put handcuffs on the guards The thieves stole art from all over the museum During the robbery, they set off an alarm when they tried to take a Rembrandt off a wall, but they quickly smashed it The thieves finally left the museum 81 minutes later with their stolen art The stolen art included The storm on the Sea of Galilœ by Rembrandt, Landscape with an Obelisk by Flinck, La Sortie de Pesage by Degas, and The Concert by Vermeer The next morning, workers found the art gone and the guards still tied up They immediately called in the police and an investigation began Some called the robbery "dumb" because paintings are notoriously hard to sell, but others claimed the thieves were very professional They weren't art experts and had likely been paid to steal the art Today, the art has still not been found Empty frames hang where the paintings were They are reminders of what was stolen (Adapted from "Subject Link L8") Question 43: What can be inferred about the thieves? A They knew what paintings to steal because they studied art B They carefully planned the theft C This was probably their fist robbery D They were angry because the paintings were hard to sell Question 44: What happened during the robbery? A The thieves were arrested by the police outside the museum B The guards escaped and got some help C A cleaning crew showed up and found the guards D The thieves tricked the guards and tied them up Question 45: Which is NOT true about the robbery? A The art hasn't been found to this day B The thieves stole art by Rembrandt C The thieves set off an alarm while stealing art D The guards helped the thieves steal art Question 46: The word "festivities" in paragraph is closest in meaning to A activities B advertisements C entertainments D celebrations Question 47: The main purpose of the third paragraph is to A show what the thieves did with the art B explain how the thieves got into the museum C discuss how the thieves were caught D explain where Gardner acquired all her art Question 48: The word "he" in paragraph refers to A the police officer B the guard C the thief D St Patrick Question 49: The word "Founded" in paragraph is closest in meaning to A Discovered B Destroyed C Started D Hidden Question 50: What is the passage mainly about? A a legendary unsolved art robbery B what the police did to solve a past art robbery C methods to prevent future art theft D ways to steal art from a museum SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC (Đề gồm có 04 trang) ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017 MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ ĐỀ 955 Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề Mark(s) Phách ……… Read the following pasage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks KARAOKE: A BRIEF HISTORY Karaoke is a popular form of (1) around the world Karaoke is when people sing along to the recorded music of a song The recorded vocals of the song are removed It is (2) from Japan The word "karaoke" comes from the Japanese words "kara", which means "empty" and "oke", which means "orchestra" The first karaoke machine was invented by Daisuke Inoue in 1971 His friends always wanted to hear recordings of his performances They wanted to sing along to his music Inoue made a machine with a tape recorder When someone put in 100 yen (about a dollar), the machine would play the music on the tape ( ) first, he rented the machine to restaurants and bars As karaoke got more popular, many people opened karaoke boxes These were places (3) people could go and sit in a room with their friends and sing karaoke together Nowadays, karaoke is popular around the world Newer karaoke machines have computers They can store thousands of songs and download new songs from the Internet automatically Karaoke machines are (4) to screens that show music videos and song lyrics People can change the speed and the pitch of the music to suit their voice Some karaoke machines give people a rating about their singing talent after the song ends If you've never tried karaoke, you should give it a shot! You might enjoy it! (Adapted from http://dreamreader.net/) Question 1:A advertisement B entertainment C development D achievement Question 2:A originally B originate C original D origin Question 3:A At B For C On D In Question 4:A who B when C where D which Question 5:A attached B unconnected C combined D linked 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 of primary stress in each of the following questions Question 6:A consider B period C cultural D advocate Question 7:A enough B aware C swallow D support Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions Question 8: One-cent coins issued in the United States since 1982 is 96 percent zinc A One-cent B issued C since 1982 D is Question 9: Bill seems unhappy in his job because he doesn't get on well to his boss A on well to B doesn't get C in D seems Question 10: To control quality and making decisions about production are among the many responsibilities of an industrial engineer A are B among C making D about Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the xntence that best œmbines each pair of sentences in the following questions Question 11: Sue lives in this house The house is opposite my house A Sue lives in this house, which is opposite mine B Sue lives In this house which is opposite mine C Sue lives in this house, that is opposite mine D Sue lives in this house, where is opposite mine Question 12: My mother is very busy at work However, she takes good care of her children A In spite of being busy at work, my mother takes good care of her children B My mother takes good care of her children but she is very busy at work C Though my mother was very busy at work my mother took good care of her children D Although my mother was very busy at work she did not take good care of her children Read the following pasage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions From 1940 to 1956, a man called George Metesky set off bombs in places like movie theatres and train stations all over New York City A psychiatrist named James A Brussel was called in by the police to help He used crime scene photos and nthes from the bomber to profile the criminal doing the bombings He assured the police that the man was middle-aged, unmarried, and a skilled mechanic from Connecticut This was an example of criminal profiling Profiling is used when a criminal's identity is unknown Based on profiling, a psychological sketch of the person is created This sketch helps the police more easily find him or her It Is an essential tool for the police trying to solve major crimes Profiling has been used for a long time to help the police Profilers are not police officers They are experts who create criminal profiles for the police They use the crime scene evidence and psychology to write about the suspect They can't tell who the person is, but they can tell the police what kind of person to look for To be a profiler, one needs a degree in psychology, criminal justice, or behavioural science Profilers sometimes work in police departments and sometimes they are independent workers Profiling is especially effective in cases of repeated crimes, like serial killers The profile tells the police what the killer may act like It also tells the police what kind of person the killer may target next and where it might happen That way, the police can prevent further crimes Profilers can learn a lot about a criminal's habits from the evidence they leave behind All of this is impressive, but not everyone agrees with profiling Some say it's just a guessing game It may not always work, but profiling methods have improved over time Today's profilers are much better than previous profilers They can create better profiles thanks to decades of knowledge and experience Even if their information isn't perfect, it's still a great help to the police (Adapted from "Subject Link L8") Question 13: What is the passage mainly about? A how to become a criminal profier B how criminal profiing helps catch criminals C how criminal profiing was discovered D how proflIng helps predict what people will become criminals Question 14: The word "serial" in paragraph is closest in meaning to A guilty B undiscovered C prior D repeat Question 15: The word "they" in paragraph refers to A departments B police officers C criminal profiles D Profilers Question 16: Which is true about James A Brussel? A He was involved in setting off bombs in New York B He was middle-aged and a skilled mechanic C He worked as a psychiatrist from 1940 to 1956 D He helped the police to find the bomber Question 17: Which is NOT mentioned as a task that profiers do? A They tell the police where crimes might happen B They tell the police the type of person who might be targeted C They tell the police specifially who to arrest D They tell the police what a criminal acts like Question 18: The main purpose of the second paragraph is to A explain how to become a profler B discuss how to fid a profier C explain what criminal profiing is D provide an example of profiing Question 19: When might the police ask a profier for help? A when they know who to arrest B when they know someone will be targeted by a serial killer C when they not know anything about a criminal D when they need an artistic sketch of a suspect Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges Question 20: Frank and Brandy are talking about Brandy's last vacation ~ Frank: "I learned that you had an amazing vacation last summer Did you go with your parents?" ~ Brandy: " I went with my cousins We had a blast!" A That's right B Certainly with my friends too C Oh, no That's unbelievable D Of course not Question 21: Cindy and Peter are talking about species extintion ~ Cindy: "I think some plants and animals are likely to become extinct due to climate change." ~ Peter: " So we need to make eveiyone aware of the harmful effects." A There's no doubt about it B I can't agree with you less C How wonderful your idea is D You can't say it again Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the undertint word(s) in each of the following questions Question 22: The Red Cross is an international humanitarian agency dedicated to reducing the sufferings of wounded soldiers, civilians and prisoners of war A pain and sorrow B loss C happiness D worry and sadness Question 23: Aileen doesn't like conventional dressing She prefers something modern and shocking A social B traditional C contemporary D old 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 24: "Why don't you get up early to morning exercises?" Peter asked me A Peter told me the reason why I did not get up early to morning exercises B Peter advised me to get up early to morning exercises C Peter suggested that he should get up early to morning exercises Question 11: The Red Cross is an international humanitarian agency dedicated to reducing the sufferings of wounded soldiers, civilians and prisoners of war A pain and sorrow B worry and sadness C happiness D loss 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 12: She took the train last night, so she wasn't late A If she had taken the train last night, she would have been late B Had she not taken the train last night, she would have been late C If she took the train last night, she would be late D Unless she hadn't taken the train last night, she would be late Question 13: People say that some Americans are superficially friendly A Some Americans are said that they are superficially friendly B Some Americans are said to be superficially friendly C People are said that some Americans are superficially friendly D Some Americans are said as being superficially friendly Question 14: "Why don't you get up early to morning exercises?" Peter asked me A Peter suggested that he should get up early to morning exercises B Peter told me the reason why I did not get up early to morning exercises C Peter recommended me not to get up early to morning exercises D Peter advised me to get up early to morning exercises Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges Question 15: Cindy and Peter are talking about species extintion ~ Cindy: "I think some plants and animals are likely to become extinct due to climate change." ~ Peter: " So we need to make eveiyone aware of the harmful effects." A I can't agree with you less B You can't say it again C How wonderful your idea is D There's no doubt about it Question 16: Frank and Brandy are talking about Brandy's last vacation ~ Frank: "I learned that you had an amazing vacation last summer Did you go with your parents?" ~ Brandy: " I went with my cousins We had a blast!" A That's right B Of course not C Oh, no That's unbelievable D Certainly with my friends too Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the xntence that best œmbines each pair of sentences in the following questions Question 17: Sue lives in this house The house is opposite my house A Sue lives in this house, which is opposite mine B Sue lives in this house, that is opposite mine C Sue lives in this house, where is opposite mine D Sue lives In this house which is opposite mine Question 18: My mother is very busy at work However, she takes good care of her children A My mother takes good care of her children but she is very busy at work B Although my mother was very busy at work she did not take good care of her children C Though my mother was very busy at work my mother took good care of her children D In spite of being busy at work, my mother takes good care of her children Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions Question 19: One-cent coins issued in the United States since 1982 is 96 percent zinc A issued B is C since 1982 D One-cent Question 20: Bill seems unhappy in his job because he doesn't get on well to his boss A doesn't get B seems C on well to D in Question 21: To control quality and making decisions about production are among the many responsibilities of an industrial engineer A making B about C among D are Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions Question 22: Computers are .used in schools and universities A widen B widely C width D wide Question 23: It's very kind of you to give me something on my birthday, but you .bought such an expensive present like this A haven't needed B didn't need C needn't D needn't have Question 24: In the future cars will still be with us, but Instead of petrol they could run anything from electricity to methane gas A on B out C with D by Question 25: His son's death was a terrible shock and it took him long time to A go over B get over C get round D come through Question 26: He asked me home the day before A what time I had left B what time I will leave C what time I left D what time I leave Question 27: By the end of the 21st century, Chinese astronauts A will be landing B will be landed C will land D will have landed Question 28: An architect planning a new house should always in mind his client's needs A bear B carry C remember D take Question 29: you study, marks you will get A The hardest - the best B The more - the much C The harder - the better D The harder - the best Question 30: The bicycle now You can it tomorrow or the day after tomorrow on Mars A needn't be repaired B need repairing C needn't repairing D need to repair Question 31: A good .of English will help you find a job more easily A knowledge B satisfaction C condition D expectation Question 32: The Red Cross is a organization whose purpose is to help people in wartime and disasters A military B commercial C political D humanitarian Question 33: Not only the exam but she also got the scholarship A did she pass B she has passed C has she passed D she passed Read the following pasage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks KARAOKE: A BRIEF HISTORY Karaoke is a popular form of (34) around the world Karaoke is when people sing along to the recorded music of a song The recorded vocals of the song are removed It is (35) from Japan The word "karaoke" comes from the Japanese words "kara", which means "empty" and "oke", which means "orchestra" The first karaoke machine was invented by Daisuke Inoue in 1971 His friends always wanted to hear recordings of his performances They wanted to sing along to his music Inoue made a machine with a tape recorder When someone put in 100 yen (about a dollar), the machine would play the music on the tape ( ) first, he rented the machine to restaurants and bars As karaoke got more popular, many people opened karaoke boxes These were places (36) people could go and sit in a room with their friends and sing karaoke together Nowadays, karaoke is popular around the world Newer karaoke machines have computers They can store thousands of songs and download new songs from the Internet automatically Karaoke machines are (37) to screens that show music videos and song lyrics People can change the speed and the pitch of the music to suit their voice Some karaoke machines give people a rating about their singing talent after the song ends If you've never tried karaoke, you should give it a shot! You might enjoy it! (Adapted from http://dreamreader.net/) Question 34:A achievement B advertisement C entertainment D development Question 35:A original B origin C originate D originally Question 36:A On B For C At D In Question 37:A where B when C who D which Question 38:A attached B linked C unconnected D combined Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question 39: There are two factors causing this decrease in students' seeking an MBA degree A seizing B examining C avoiding D pursuing Question 40: With the dawn of space exploration, the notion that atmospheric conditions on Earth may be unique in the solar system was strengthened A beginning B continuation C outcome D expansion 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 of primary stress in each of the following questions Question 41:A period B consider C cultural D advocate Question 42:A enough B support C swallow D aware 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 It was one of the greatest art thefts in history In March 1990, two thieves stole 13 pieces of art from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston Valued at $500 million, it was the largest private art theft ever, and for decades, it has gone unsolved The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is unique in the art world Founded in 1903, it is the only museum where the art and the building are part of one person's private collection Gardner was a collector of art who acquired many pieces on her travels to Europe She eventually opened her museum to the public so she could share her art with the world Two thieves disguised as police officers knocked on the museum's door late at night on St Patrick's Day Because of the holiday, there were festivities all over the city The "police officers" told the two guards that there was a problem outside Once inside, one of the "police officers" looked at the guards "I have an arrest warrant for you," he said That's when he put handcuffs on the guards The thieves stole art from all over the museum During the robbery, they set off an alarm when they tried to take a Rembrandt off a wall, but they quickly smashed it The thieves finally left the museum 81 minutes later with their stolen art The stolen art included The storm on the Sea of Galilœ by Rembrandt, Landscape with an Obelisk by Flinck, La Sortie de Pesage by Degas, and The Concert by Vermeer The next morning, workers found the art gone and the guards still tied up They immediately called in the police and an investigation began Some called the robbery "dumb" because paintings are notoriously hard to sell, but others claimed the thieves were very professional They weren't art experts and had likely been paid to steal the art Today, the art has still not been found Empty frames hang where the paintings were They are reminders of what was stolen (Adapted from "Subject Link L8") Question 43: The word "he" in paragraph refers to A the police officer B St Patrick C the thief D the guard Question 44: The word "festivities" in paragraph is closest in meaning to A entertainments B celebrations C activities D advertisements Question 45: The main purpose of the third paragraph is to A discuss how the thieves were caught B explain where Gardner acquired all her art C explain how the thieves got into the museum D show what the thieves did with the art Question 46: What can be inferred about the thieves? A They carefully planned the theft B This was probably their fist robbery C They were angry because the paintings were hard to sell D They knew what paintings to steal because they studied art Question 47: The word "Founded" in paragraph is closest in meaning to A Hidden B Discovered C Started D Destroyed Question 48: What happened during the robbery? A A cleaning crew showed up and found the guards B The guards escaped and got some help C The thieves were arrested by the police outside the museum D The thieves tricked the guards and tied them up Question 49: Which is NOT true about the robbery? A The thieves stole art by Rembrandt B The art hasn't been found to this day C The thieves set off an alarm while stealing art D The guards helped the thieves steal art Question 50: What is the passage mainly about? A ways to steal art from a museum B methods to prevent future art theft C a legendary unsolved art robbery D what the police did to solve a past art robbery SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC (Đề gồm có 04 trang) ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017 MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ ĐỀ 829 Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề Mark(s) Phách ……… 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 of primary stress in each of the following questions Question 1:A aware B support C swallow D enough Question 2:A consider B period C advocate D cultural Read the following pasage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions From 1940 to 1956, a man called George Metesky set off bombs in places like movie theatres and train stations all over New York City A psychiatrist named James A Brussel was called in by the police to help He used crime scene photos and nthes from the bomber to profile the criminal doing the bombings He assured the police that the man was middle-aged, unmarried, and a skilled mechanic from Connecticut This was an example of criminal profiling Profiling is used when a criminal's identity is unknown Based on profiling, a psychological sketch of the person is created This sketch helps the police more easily find him or her It Is an essential tool for the police trying to solve major crimes Profiling has been used for a long time to help the police Profilers are not police officers They are experts who create criminal profiles for the police They use the crime scene evidence and psychology to write about the suspect They can't tell who the person is, but they can tell the police what kind of person to look for To be a profiler, one needs a degree in psychology, criminal justice, or behavioural science Profilers sometimes work in police departments and sometimes they are independent workers Profiling is especially effective in cases of repeated crimes, like serial killers The profile tells the police what the killer may act like It also tells the police what kind of person the killer may target next and where it might happen That way, the police can prevent further crimes Profilers can learn a lot about a criminal's habits from the evidence they leave behind All of this is impressive, but not everyone agrees with profiling Some say it's just a guessing game It may not always work, but profiling methods have improved over time Today's profilers are much better than previous profilers They can create better profiles thanks to decades of knowledge and experience Even if their information isn't perfect, it's still a great help to the police (Adapted from "Subject Link L8") Question 3: Which is NOT mentioned as a task that profiers do? A They tell the police the type of person who might be targeted B They tell the police what a criminal acts like C They tell the police specifially who to arrest D They tell the police where crimes might happen Question 4: The word "serial" in paragraph is closest in meaning to A prior B guilty C undiscovered D repeat Question 5: The main purpose of the second paragraph is to A discuss how to fid a profier B explain how to become a profler C explain what criminal profiing is D provide an example of profiing Question 6: When might the police ask a profier for help? A when they not know anything about a criminal B when they know someone will be targeted by a serial killer C when they know who to arrest D when they need an artistic sketch of a suspect Question 7: What is the passage mainly about? A how to become a criminal profier B how criminal profiing was discovered C how criminal profiing helps catch criminals D how proflIng helps predict what people will become criminals Question 8: Which is true about James A Brussel? A He helped the police to find the bomber B He was middle-aged and a skilled mechanic C He was involved in setting off bombs in New York D He worked as a psychiatrist from 1940 to 1956 Question 9: The word "they" in paragraph refers to A Profilers B criminal profiles C police officers D departments Mark the tetter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose undertint part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions Question 10:A explored B remained C entered D stretched Question 11:A beat B thread C seat D mean Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions Question 12: The Red Cross is a organization whose purpose is to help people in wartime and disasters A military B political C humanitarian D commercial Question 13: By the end of the 21st century, Chinese astronauts A will land B will have landed C will be landing D will be landed Question 14: In the future cars will still be with us, but Instead of petrol they could run anything from electricity to methane gas A on B out C with D by Question 15: His son's death was a terrible shock and it took him long time to A get over B get round C come through D go over Question 16: It's very kind of you to give me something on my birthday, but you .bought such an expensive present like this A haven't needed B didn't need C needn't have D needn't Question 17: He asked me home the day before A what time I will leave B what time I left C what time I had left D what time I leave Question 18: Not only the exam but she also got the scholarship A did she pass B she passed C has she passed D she has passed Question 19: The bicycle now You can it tomorrow or the day after tomorrow on Mars A need to repair B need repairing C needn't repairing D needn't be repaired Question 20: A good .of English will help you find a job more easily A knowledge B expectation C condition D satisfaction Question 21: Computers are .used in schools and universities A widely B width C widen D wide Question 22: you study, marks you will get A The harder - the better B The more - the much C The harder - the best D The hardest - the best Question 23: An architect planning a new house should always in mind his client's needs A bear B remember C carry D take Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the undertint word(s) in each of the following questions Question 24: The Red Cross is an international humanitarian agency dedicated to reducing the sufferings of wounded soldiers, civilians and prisoners of war A worry and sadness B happiness C pain and sorrow D loss Question 25: Aileen doesn't like conventional dressing She prefers something modern and shocking A traditional B social C contemporary D old Read the following pasage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks KARAOKE: A BRIEF HISTORY Karaoke is a popular form of (26) around the world Karaoke is when people sing along to the recorded music of a song The recorded vocals of the song are removed It is (27) from Japan The word "karaoke" comes from the Japanese words "kara", which means "empty" and "oke", which means "orchestra" The first karaoke machine was invented by Daisuke Inoue in 1971 His friends always wanted to hear recordings of his performances They wanted to sing along to his music Inoue made a machine with a tape recorder When someone put in 100 yen (about a dollar), the machine would play the music on the tape ( ) first, he rented the machine to restaurants and bars As karaoke got more popular, many people opened karaoke boxes These were places (28) people could go and sit in a room with their friends and sing karaoke together Nowadays, karaoke is popular around the world Newer karaoke machines have computers They can store thousands of songs and download new songs from the Internet automatically Karaoke machines are (29) to screens that show music videos and song lyrics People can change the speed and the pitch of the music to suit their voice Some karaoke machines give people a rating about their singing talent after the song ends If you've never tried karaoke, you should give it a shot! You might enjoy it! (Adapted from http://dreamreader.net/) Question 26:A achievement B entertainment C advertisement D development Question 27:A origin B original C originally D originate Question 28:A For B At C In D On Question 29:A where B which C who D when Question 30:A combined B unconnected C linked D attached 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 31: People say that some Americans are superficially friendly A Some Americans are said that they are superficially friendly B People are said that some Americans are superficially friendly C Some Americans are said to be superficially friendly D Some Americans are said as being superficially friendly Question 32: "Why don't you get up early to morning exercises?" Peter asked me A Peter recommended me not to get up early to morning exercises B Peter told me the reason why I did not get up early to morning exercises C Peter suggested that he should get up early to morning exercises D Peter advised me to get up early to morning exercises Question 33: She took the train last night, so she wasn't late A Unless she hadn't taken the train last night, she would be late B If she took the train last night, she would be late C If she had taken the train last night, she would have been late D Had she not taken the train last night, she would have been late Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges Question 34: Frank and Brandy are talking about Brandy's last vacation ~ Frank: "I learned that you had an amazing vacation last summer Did you go with your parents?" ~ Brandy: " I went with my cousins We had a blast!" A Oh, no That's unbelievable B Of course not C That's right D Certainly with my friends too Question 35: Cindy and Peter are talking about species extintion ~ Cindy: "I think some plants and animals are likely to become extinct due to climate change." ~ Peter: " So we need to make eveiyone aware of the harmful effects." A How wonderful your idea is B There's no doubt about it C You can't say it again D I can't agree with you less Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the xntence that best œmbines each pair of sentences in the following questions Question 36: Sue lives in this house The house is opposite my house A Sue lives In this house which is opposite mine B Sue lives in this house, which is opposite mine C Sue lives in this house, where is opposite mine D Sue lives in this house, that is opposite mine Question 37: My mother is very busy at work However, she takes good care of her children A My mother takes good care of her children but she is very busy at work B Though my mother was very busy at work my mother took good care of her children C Although my mother was very busy at work she did not take good care of her children D In spite of being busy at work, my mother takes good care of her children Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question 38: With the dawn of space exploration, the notion that atmospheric conditions on Earth may be unique in the solar system was strengthened A expansion B outcome C beginning D continuation Question 39: There are two factors causing this decrease in students' seeking an MBA degree A seizing B pursuing C examining D avoiding Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions Question 40: Bill seems unhappy in his job because he doesn't get on well to his boss A on well to B seems C in D doesn't get Question 41: One-cent coins issued in the United States since 1982 is 96 percent zinc A since 1982 B is C issued D One-cent Question 42: To control quality and making decisions about production are among the many responsibilities of an industrial engineer A are B making C about D among 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 It was one of the greatest art thefts in history In March 1990, two thieves stole 13 pieces of art from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston Valued at $500 million, it was the largest private art theft ever, and for decades, it has gone unsolved The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is unique in the art world Founded in 1903, it is the only museum where the art and the building are part of one person's private collection Gardner was a collector of art who acquired many pieces on her travels to Europe She eventually opened her museum to the public so she could share her art with the world Two thieves disguised as police officers knocked on the museum's door late at night on St Patrick's Day Because of the holiday, there were festivities all over the city The "police officers" told the two guards that there was a problem outside Once inside, one of the "police officers" looked at the guards "I have an arrest warrant for you," he said That's when he put handcuffs on the guards The thieves stole art from all over the museum During the robbery, they set off an alarm when they tried to take a Rembrandt off a wall, but they quickly smashed it The thieves finally left the museum 81 minutes later with their stolen art The stolen art included The storm on the Sea of Galilœ by Rembrandt, Landscape with an Obelisk by Flinck, La Sortie de Pesage by Degas, and The Concert by Vermeer The next morning, workers found the art gone and the guards still tied up They immediately called in the police and an investigation began Some called the robbery "dumb" because paintings are notoriously hard to sell, but others claimed the thieves were very professional They weren't art experts and had likely been paid to steal the art Today, the art has still not been found Empty frames hang where the paintings were They are reminders of what was stolen (Adapted from "Subject Link L8") Question 43: What is the passage mainly about? A a legendary unsolved art robbery B what the police did to solve a past art robbery C ways to steal art from a museum D methods to prevent future art theft Question 44: The word "he" in paragraph refers to A the thief B the police officer C the guard D St Patrick Question 45: What can be inferred about the thieves? A They carefully planned the theft B This was probably their fist robbery C They were angry because the paintings were hard to sell D They knew what paintings to steal because they studied art Question 46: The main purpose of the third paragraph is to A discuss how the thieves were caught B explain how the thieves got into the museum C show what the thieves did with the art D explain where Gardner acquired all her art Question 47: Which is NOT true about the robbery? A The thieves stole art by Rembrandt B The thieves set off an alarm while stealing art C The guards helped the thieves steal art D The art hasn't been found to this day Question 48: The word "Founded" in paragraph is closest in meaning to A Started B Discovered C Destroyed D Hidden Question 49: What happened during the robbery? A The thieves tricked the guards and tied them up B The thieves were arrested by the police outside the museum C The guards escaped and got some help D A cleaning crew showed up and found the guards Question 50: The word "festivities" in paragraph is closest in meaning to A celebrations B entertainments C advertisements D activities SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC (Đề gồm có 04 trang) ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017 MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ ĐỀ 467 Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề Mark(s) Phách ……… Mark the tetter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose undertint part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions Question 1:A stretched B entered C explored D remained Question 2:A thread B mean C beat D seat 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 3: People say that some Americans are superficially friendly A Some Americans are said to be superficially friendly B Some Americans are said as being superficially friendly C People are said that some Americans are superficially friendly D Some Americans are said that they are superficially friendly Question 4: "Why don't you get up early to morning exercises?" Peter asked me A Peter advised me to get up early to morning exercises B Peter told me the reason why I did not get up early to morning exercises C Peter suggested that he should get up early to morning exercises D Peter recommended me not to get up early to morning exercises Question 5: She took the train last night, so she wasn't late A If she took the train last night, she would be late B If she had taken the train last night, she would have been late C Had she not taken the train last night, she would have been late D Unless she hadn't taken the train last night, she would be late Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions Question 6: One-cent coins issued in the United States since 1982 is 96 percent zinc A issued B since 1982 C One-cent D is Question 7: Bill seems unhappy in his job because he doesn't get on well to his boss A in B seems C doesn't get D on well to Question 8: To control quality and making decisions about production are among the many responsibilities of an industrial engineer A making B are C about D among Read the following pasage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks KARAOKE: A BRIEF HISTORY Karaoke is a popular form of (9) around the world Karaoke is when people sing along to the recorded music of a song The recorded vocals of the song are removed It is (10) from Japan The word "karaoke" comes from the Japanese words "kara", which means "empty" and "oke", which means "orchestra" The first karaoke machine was invented by Daisuke Inoue in 1971 His friends always wanted to hear recordings of his performances They wanted to sing along to his music Inoue made a machine with a tape recorder When someone put in 100 yen (about a dollar), the machine would play the music on the tape ( ) first, he rented the machine to restaurants and bars As karaoke got more popular, many people opened karaoke boxes These were places (11) people could go and sit in a room with their friends and sing karaoke together Nowadays, karaoke is popular around the world Newer karaoke machines have computers They can store thousands of songs and download new songs from the Internet automatically Karaoke machines are (12) to screens that show music videos and song lyrics People can change the speed and the pitch of the music to suit their voice Some karaoke machines give people a rating about their singing talent after the song ends If you've never tried karaoke, you should give it a shot! You might enjoy it! (Adapted from http://dreamreader.net/) Question 9:A entertainment B development C advertisement D achievement Question 10:A originate B originally C origin D original Question 11:A On B At C For D In Question 12:A when B where C who D which Question 13:A unconnected B combined C linked D attached Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges Question 14: Frank and Brandy are talking about Brandy's last vacation ~ Frank: "I learned that you had an amazing vacation last summer Did you go with your parents?" ~ Brandy: " I went with my cousins We had a blast!" A That's right B Of course not C Oh, no That's unbelievable D Certainly with my friends too Question 15: Cindy and Peter are talking about species extintion ~ Cindy: "I think some plants and animals are likely to become extinct due to climate change." ~ Peter: " So we need to make eveiyone aware of the harmful effects." A I can't agree with you less B You can't say it again C There's no doubt about it D How wonderful your idea is Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question 16: There are two factors causing this decrease in students' seeking an MBA degree A pursuing B examining C avoiding D seizing Question 17: With the dawn of space exploration, the notion that atmospheric conditions on Earth may be unique in the solar system was strengthened A continuation B beginning C expansion D outcome Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the undertint word(s) in each of the following questions Question 18: Aileen doesn't like conventional dressing She prefers something modern and shocking A contemporary B traditional C social D old Question 19: The Red Cross is an international humanitarian agency dedicated to reducing the sufferings of wounded soldiers, civilians and prisoners of war A loss B worry and sadness C pain and sorrow D happiness Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions Question 20: Computers are .used in schools and universities A widen B widely C width D wide Question 21: you study, marks you will get A The more - the much B The hardest - the best C The harder - the better D The harder - the best Question 22: He asked me home the day before A what time I left B what time I had left C what time I leave D what time I will leave Question 23: His son's death was a terrible shock and it took him long time to A get over B go over C come through D get round Question 24: Not only the exam but she also got the scholarship A did she pass B has she passed C she passed D she has passed Question 25: In the future cars will still be with us, but Instead of petrol they could run anything from electricity to methane gas A with B out C by D on Question 26: An architect planning a new house should always in mind his client's needs A take B remember C bear D carry Question 27: The Red Cross is a organization whose purpose is to help people in wartime and disasters A commercial B political C humanitarian D military Question 28: By the end of the 21st century, Chinese astronauts A will be landed B will have landed C will be landing D will land Question 29: The bicycle now You can it tomorrow or the day after tomorrow on Mars A needn't repairing B needn't be repaired C need repairing D need to repair Question 30: A good .of English will help you find a job more easily A satisfaction B condition C knowledge D expectation Question 31: It's very kind of you to give me something on my birthday, but you .bought such an expensive present like this A haven't needed B needn't have C needn't D didn't need Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the xntence that best œmbines each pair of sentences in the following questions Question 32: My mother is very busy at work However, she takes good care of her children A Although my mother was very busy at work she did not take good care of her children B My mother takes good care of her children but she is very busy at work C Though my mother was very busy at work my mother took good care of her children D In spite of being busy at work, my mother takes good care of her children Question 33: Sue lives in this house The house is opposite my house A Sue lives in this house, which is opposite mine B Sue lives In this house which is opposite mine C Sue lives in this house, where is opposite mine D Sue lives in this house, that is opposite mine 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 of primary stress in each of the following questions Question 34:A period B consider C advocate D cultural Question 35:A swallow B enough C aware D support Read the following pasage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions From 1940 to 1956, a man called George Metesky set off bombs in places like movie theatres and train stations all over New York City A psychiatrist named James A Brussel was called in by the police to help He used crime scene photos and nthes from the bomber to profile the criminal doing the bombings He assured the police that the man was middle-aged, unmarried, and a skilled mechanic from Connecticut This was an example of criminal profiling Profiling is used when a criminal's identity is unknown Based on profiling, a psychological sketch of the person is created This sketch helps the police more easily find him or her It Is an essential tool for the police trying to solve major crimes Profiling has been used for a long time to help the police Profilers are not police officers They are experts who create criminal profiles for the police They use the crime scene evidence and psychology to write about the suspect They can't tell who the person is, but they can tell the police what kind of person to look for To be a profiler, one needs a degree in psychology, criminal justice, or behavioural science Profilers sometimes work in police departments and sometimes they are independent workers Profiling is especially effective in cases of repeated crimes, like serial killers The profile tells the police what the killer may act like It also tells the police what kind of person the killer may target next and where it might happen That way, the police can prevent further crimes Profilers can learn a lot about a criminal's habits from the evidence they leave behind All of this is impressive, but not everyone agrees with profiling Some say it's just a guessing game It may not always work, but profiling methods have improved over time Today's profilers are much better than previous profilers They can create better profiles thanks to decades of knowledge and experience Even if their information isn't perfect, it's still a great help to the police (Adapted from "Subject Link L8") Question 36: What is the passage mainly about? A how criminal profiing was discovered B how proflIng helps predict what people will become criminals C how to become a criminal profier D how criminal profiing helps catch criminals Question 37: Which is NOT mentioned as a task that profiers do? A They tell the police where crimes might happen B They tell the police what a criminal acts like C They tell the police the type of person who might be targeted D They tell the police specifially who to arrest Question 38: The main purpose of the second paragraph is to A explain how to become a profler B provide an example of profiing C discuss how to fid a profier D explain what criminal profiing is Question 39: When might the police ask a profier for help? A when they need an artistic sketch of a suspect B when they not know anything about a criminal C when they know someone will be targeted by a serial killer D when they know who to arrest Question 40: The word "serial" in paragraph is closest in meaning to A guilty B repeat C prior D undiscovered Question 41: Which is true about James A Brussel? A He helped the police to find the bomber B He worked as a psychiatrist from 1940 to 1956 C He was middle-aged and a skilled mechanic D He was involved in setting off bombs in New York Question 42: The word "they" in paragraph refers to A police officers B Profilers C criminal profiles D departments 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 It was one of the greatest art thefts in history In March 1990, two thieves stole 13 pieces of art from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston Valued at $500 million, it was the largest private art theft ever, and for decades, it has gone unsolved The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is unique in the art world Founded in 1903, it is the only museum where the art and the building are part of one person's private collection Gardner was a collector of art who acquired many pieces on her travels to Europe She eventually opened her museum to the public so she could share her art with the world Two thieves disguised as police officers knocked on the museum's door late at night on St Patrick's Day Because of the holiday, there were festivities all over the city The "police officers" told the two guards that there was a problem outside Once inside, one of the "police officers" looked at the guards "I have an arrest warrant for you," he said That's when he put handcuffs on the guards The thieves stole art from all over the museum During the robbery, they set off an alarm when they tried to take a Rembrandt off a wall, but they quickly smashed it The thieves finally left the museum 81 minutes later with their stolen art The stolen art included The storm on the Sea of Galilœ by Rembrandt, Landscape with an Obelisk by Flinck, La Sortie de Pesage by Degas, and The Concert by Vermeer The next morning, workers found the art gone and the guards still tied up They immediately called in the police and an investigation began Some called the robbery "dumb" because paintings are notoriously hard to sell, but others claimed the thieves were very professional They weren't art experts and had likely been paid to steal the art Today, the art has still not been found Empty frames hang where the paintings were They are reminders of what was stolen (Adapted from "Subject Link L8") Question 43: The main purpose of the third paragraph is to A explain where Gardner acquired all her art B explain how the thieves got into the museum C show what the thieves did with the art D discuss how the thieves were caught Question 44: What happened during the robbery? A A cleaning crew showed up and found the guards B The guards escaped and got some help C The thieves were arrested by the police outside the museum D The thieves tricked the guards and tied them up Question 45: What is the passage mainly about? A methods to prevent future art theft B ways to steal art from a museum C a legendary unsolved art robbery D what the police did to solve a past art robbery Question 46: The word "Founded" in paragraph is closest in meaning to A Destroyed B Hidden C Discovered D Started Question 47: Which is NOT true about the robbery? A The thieves set off an alarm while stealing art B The guards helped the thieves steal art C The thieves stole art by Rembrandt D The art hasn't been found to this day Question 48: The word "festivities" in paragraph is closest in meaning to A celebrations B advertisements C entertainments D activities Question 49: The word "he" in paragraph refers to A the guard B St Patrick C the police officer D the thief Question 50: What can be inferred about the thieves? A They knew what paintings to steal because they studied art B They carefully planned the theft C They were angry because the paintings were hard to sell D This was probably their fist robbery SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC (Đề gồm có 04 trang) ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017 MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ ĐỀ 842 Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề Mark(s) Phách ……… Mark the tetter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose undertint part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions Question 1:A remained B entered C stretched D explored Question 2:A mean B thread C seat D beat Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the undertint word(s) in each of the following questions Question 3: Aileen doesn't like conventional dressing She prefers something modern and shocking A traditional B social C contemporary D old Question 4: The Red Cross is an international humanitarian agency dedicated to reducing the sufferings of wounded soldiers, civilians and prisoners of war A pain and sorrow B loss C happiness D worry and sadness Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions Question 5: you study, marks you will get A The harder - the better B The more - the much C The hardest - the best D The harder - the best Question 6: His son's death was a terrible shock and it took him long time to A get round B come through C get over D go over Question 7: It's very kind of you to give me something on my birthday, but you .bought such an expensive present like this A needn't have B haven't needed C didn't need D needn't Question 8: Not only the exam but she also got the scholarship A she passed B she has passed C did she pass D has she passed Question 9: Computers are .used in schools and universities A wide B width C widen D widely Question 10: A good .of English will help you find a job more easily A condition B expectation C knowledge D satisfaction Question 11: By the end of the 21st century, Chinese astronauts A will be landed B will be landing C will land D will have landed Question 12: He asked me home the day before A what time I left B what time I leave C what time I had left D what time I will leave Question 13: The Red Cross is a organization whose purpose is to help people in wartime and disasters A military B commercial C political D humanitarian Question 14: The bicycle now You can it tomorrow or the day after tomorrow on Mars A needn't be repaired B need repairing C needn't repairing D need to repair Question 15: In the future cars will still be with us, but Instead of petrol they could run anything from electricity to methane gas A by B on C with D out Question 16: An architect planning a new house should always in mind his client's needs A remember B bear C take D carry Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions Question 17: One-cent coins issued in the United States since 1982 is 96 percent zinc A is B since 1982 C issued D One-cent Question 18: Bill seems unhappy in his job because he doesn't get on well to his boss A seems B in C doesn't get D on well to Question 19: To control quality and making decisions about production are among the many responsibilities of an industrial engineer A about B are C making D among Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question 20: There are two factors causing this decrease in students' seeking an MBA degree A seizing B pursuing C avoiding D examining Question 21: With the dawn of space exploration, the notion that atmospheric conditions on Earth may be unique in the solar system was strengthened A outcome B continuation C expansion D beginning Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges Question 22: Cindy and Peter are talking about species extintion ~ Cindy: "I think some plants and animals are likely to become extinct due to climate change." ~ Peter: " So we need to make eveiyone aware of the harmful effects." A How wonderful your idea is B You can't say it again C There's no doubt about it D I can't agree with you less Question 23: Frank and Brandy are talking about Brandy's last vacation ~ Frank: "I learned that you had an amazing vacation last summer Did you go with your parents?" ~ Brandy: " I went with my cousins We had a blast!" A Oh, no That's unbelievable B Certainly with my friends too C That's right D Of course not 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 of primary stress in each of the following questions Question 24:A aware B enough C swallow D support Question 25:A period B advocate C cultural D consider Read the following pasage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions From 1940 to 1956, a man called George Metesky set off bombs in places like movie theatres and train stations all over New York City A psychiatrist named James A Brussel was called in by the police to help He used crime scene photos and nthes from the bomber to profile the criminal doing the bombings He assured the police that the man was middle-aged, unmarried, and a skilled mechanic from Connecticut This was an example of criminal profiling Profiling is used when a criminal's identity is unknown Based on profiling, a psychological sketch of the person is created This sketch helps the police more easily find him or her It Is an essential tool for the police trying to solve major crimes Profiling has been used for a long time to help the police Profilers are not police officers They are experts who create criminal profiles for the police They use the crime scene evidence and psychology to write about the suspect They can't tell who the person is, but they can tell the police what kind of person to look for To be a profiler, one needs a degree in psychology, criminal justice, or behavioural science Profilers sometimes work in police departments and sometimes they are independent workers Profiling is especially effective in cases of repeated crimes, like serial killers The profile tells the police what the killer may act like It also tells the police what kind of person the killer may target next and where it might happen That way, the police can prevent further crimes Profilers can learn a lot about a criminal's habits from the evidence they leave behind All of this is impressive, but not everyone agrees with profiling Some say it's just a guessing game It may not always work, but profiling methods have improved over time Today's profilers are much better than previous profilers They can create better profiles thanks to decades of knowledge and experience Even if their information isn't perfect, it's still a great help to the police (Adapted from "Subject Link L8") Question 26: What is the passage mainly about? A how proflIng helps predict what people will become criminals B how criminal profiing was discovered C how to become a criminal profier D how criminal profiing helps catch criminals Question 27: Which is NOT mentioned as a task that profiers do? A They tell the police what a criminal acts like B They tell the police specifially who to arrest C They tell the police the type of person who might be targeted D They tell the police where crimes might happen Question 28: The word "they" in paragraph refers to A police officers B Profilers C departments D criminal profiles Question 29: When might the police ask a profier for help? A when they not know anything about a criminal B when they know someone will be targeted by a serial killer C when they need an artistic sketch of a suspect D when they know who to arrest Question 30: The main purpose of the second paragraph is to A explain how to become a profler B explain what criminal profiing is C discuss how to fid a profier D provide an example of profiing Question 31: The word "serial" in paragraph is closest in meaning to A prior B repeat C guilty D undiscovered Question 32: Which is true about James A Brussel? A He was involved in setting off bombs in New York B He worked as a psychiatrist from 1940 to 1956 C He was middle-aged and a skilled mechanic D He helped the police to find the bomber Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the xntence that best œmbines each pair of sentences in the following questions Question 33: My mother is very busy at work However, she takes good care of her children A Though my mother was very busy at work my mother took good care of her children B Although my mother was very busy at work she did not take good care of her children C In spite of being busy at work, my mother takes good care of her children D My mother takes good care of her children but she is very busy at work Question 34: Sue lives in this house The house is opposite my house A Sue lives In this house which is opposite mine B Sue lives in this house, that is opposite mine C Sue lives in this house, which is opposite mine D Sue lives in this house, where is opposite mine Read the following pasage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks KARAOKE: A BRIEF HISTORY Karaoke is a popular form of (35) around the world Karaoke is when people sing along to the recorded music of a song The recorded vocals of the song are removed It is (36) from Japan The word "karaoke" comes from the Japanese words "kara", which means "empty" and "oke", which means "orchestra" The first karaoke machine was invented by Daisuke Inoue in 1971 His friends always wanted to hear recordings of his performances They wanted to sing along to his music Inoue made a machine with a tape recorder When someone put in 100 yen (about a dollar), the machine would play the music on the tape ( ) first, he rented the machine to restaurants and bars As karaoke got more popular, many people opened karaoke boxes These were places (37) people could go and sit in a room with their friends and sing karaoke together Nowadays, karaoke is popular around the world Newer karaoke machines have computers They can store thousands of songs and download new songs from the Internet automatically Karaoke machines are (38) to screens that show music videos and song lyrics People can change the speed and the pitch of the music to suit their voice Some karaoke machines give people a rating about their singing talent after the song ends If you've never tried karaoke, you should give it a shot! You might enjoy it! (Adapted from http://dreamreader.net/) Question 35:A advertisement B entertainment C achievement D development Question 36:A originally B original C originate D origin Question 37:A At B In C For D On Question 38:A who B where C which D when Question 39:A combined B attached C linked D unconnected 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 40: "Why don't you get up early to morning exercises?" Peter asked me A Peter suggested that he should get up early to morning exercises B Peter advised me to get up early to morning exercises C Peter told me the reason why I did not get up early to morning exercises D Peter recommended me not to get up early to morning exercises Question 41: People say that some Americans are superficially friendly A Some Americans are said that they are superficially friendly B Some Americans are said to be superficially friendly C Some Americans are said as being superficially friendly D People are said that some Americans are superficially friendly Question 42: She took the train last night, so she wasn't late A If she had taken the train last night, she would have been late B Had she not taken the train last night, she would have been late C Unless she hadn't taken the train last night, she would be late D If she took the train last night, she would be late 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 It was one of the greatest art thefts in history In March 1990, two thieves stole 13 pieces of art from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston Valued at $500 million, it was the largest private art theft ever, and for decades, it has gone unsolved The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is unique in the art world Founded in 1903, it is the only museum where the art and the building are part of one person's private collection Gardner was a collector of art who acquired many pieces on her travels to Europe She eventually opened her museum to the public so she could share her art with the world Two thieves disguised as police officers knocked on the museum's door late at night on St Patrick's Day Because of the holiday, there were festivities all over the city The "police officers" told the two guards that there was a problem outside Once inside, one of the "police officers" looked at the guards "I have an arrest warrant for you," he said That's when he put handcuffs on the guards The thieves stole art from all over the museum During the robbery, they set off an alarm when they tried to take a Rembrandt off a wall, but they quickly smashed it The thieves finally left the museum 81 minutes later with their stolen art The stolen art included The storm on the Sea of Galilœ by Rembrandt, Landscape with an Obelisk by Flinck, La Sortie de Pesage by Degas, and The Concert by Vermeer The next morning, workers found the art gone and the guards still tied up They immediately called in the police and an investigation began Some called the robbery "dumb" because paintings are notoriously hard to sell, but others claimed the thieves were very professional They weren't art experts and had likely been paid to steal the art Today, the art has still not been found Empty frames hang where the paintings were They are reminders of what was stolen (Adapted from "Subject Link L8") Question 43: Which is NOT true about the robbery? A The art hasn't been found to this day B The thieves set off an alarm while stealing art C The guards helped the thieves steal art D The thieves stole art by Rembrandt Question 44: The word "Founded" in paragraph is closest in meaning to A Destroyed B Started C Discovered D Hidden Question 45: The main purpose of the third paragraph is to A explain where Gardner acquired all her art B show what the thieves did with the art C explain how the thieves got into the museum D discuss how the thieves were caught Question 46: The word "festivities" in paragraph is closest in meaning to A celebrations B advertisements C entertainments D activities Question 47: What happened during the robbery? A A cleaning crew showed up and found the guards B The thieves were arrested by the police outside the museum C The thieves tricked the guards and tied them up D The guards escaped and got some help Question 48: What is the passage mainly about? A methods to prevent future art theft B what the police did to solve a past art robbery C ways to steal art from a museum D a legendary unsolved art robbery Question 49: The word "he" in paragraph refers to A the thief B the police officer C the guard D St Patrick Question 50: What can be inferred about the thieves? A They knew what paintings to steal because they studied art B This was probably their fist robbery C They carefully planned the theft D They were angry because the paintings were hard to sell ... 15: To control quality and making decisions about production are among the many responsibilities of an industrial engineer A are B among C about D making Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your... C issued D One-cent Question 42: To control quality and making decisions about production are among the many responsibilities of an industrial engineer A are B making C about D among Read the... because he doesn't get on well to his boss A on well to B doesn't get C in D seems Question 10: To control quality and making decisions about production are among the many responsibilities of an
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