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SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC (Đề gồm có 04 trang) ƠN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018 MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ ĐỀ 622 Thời gian: 60 phút - khơng tính thời gian giao đề 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 promised B practised C increased D caused Question 2:A sought B lough C brought D thought 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 3: Ask anyone whom you think is intersted to join the team A the B to join C is interested D anyone whom Question 4: We insist on you leaving the meeting before any further outbursts take place A leaving B further outbursts C you D before Question 5: When we decided to stay in the USA longer, we had our visas to be renewed A longer B decided C visas D to be renewed Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 06 to 12 Since the invention of the printing press, news reporting has advanced in leaps and bounds First, the radio was launched in 1910, significantly changing the face of the news by enabling it to be broadcast at any time of day Then, almost two decades later, the television made its debut, allowing viewers to see what was happening all around the world It’s clear that technology is a massive driving force behind culture and society However, nothing has had such a massive impact on news reporting as the rise of the Internet With all the features of print, radio and television combined, the Internet has truly revolutionised the way in which the world receives news Now, information is free, plentiful and instantly accessible as media corporations post new articles 24 hours a day Not only this, but newspapers, radio and television stations are no longer the sole bearers of news Indeed, one survey revealed that the majority of people learn about a breaking news story through a social networking site rather than through mainstream sources As well as enabling consumers to access news with ease, the Internet also allows news to be delivered by individual members of society Through the use of mobile Internet technology, those present at the scene of an incident are able to report on it long before the press have time to arrive This means that the public become the largest contributors of news in the world However, since the Internet is largely unregulated, it flourishes with unreliable information As a result, unverified sources should always be treated with caution The rise of Internet news has seen newspaper sales plummet in recent years, causing many companies to collapse For those journalists lucky enough to remain in the business, it is more cutthroat than ever before With so many ‘citizen journalists’ around, mainstream media must produce a much higher calibre of journalism in order to compete So while the news industry may be suffering, the Internet is certainly good news for billions of across the globe Question 6: What is the main purpose of this article? A to examine the effects of the Internet upon news reporting B to discuss the history of journalism C to compare broadcast and printed news D to encourage people to read more newspapers Question 7: In the second sentence of the first paragraph, what does it refer to? A the television B the news C the printing press D the radio Question 8: What advice does the writer give to the reader? A Use your mobile phone to report news B Try to regulate your Internet usage C Be wary of unofficial news reporting D Contribute to discussions about the news Question 9: In paragraph two, what did the survey conclude? A Internet news forums encourage networking B People prefer Internet news because it is free C Most people have received breaking news through social media D The Internet has changed the way people receive news Question 10: The word “plummet” is closest in meaning to A increase B grow qiuckly C fall suddenly D flourish Question 11: How has the Internet affected news corporations? A It is easier for journalists to write articles B They are making less money C Competition is decreasing among journalists D More jobs are now available Question 12: What does the writer mean by the phrase “in leaps and bounds”? A with high interest B uncontrollably C profitably D very quickly 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 13: In spite of being elected to office, she remains first and foremost a writer A only B genuinely C more than anything else D obviously Question 14: How long can we last out without food? A endure hard work B manage to stay alive C end up working D finish the trip Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question 15: He was jailed for revealing secrets to the enemy A confessing B concealing C imparting D disowning Question 16: No one wants to put their neck on the line and predict an outcome A make every effort B risk their lives C fight shy of incidents D hang themselves Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions Question 17: ~ "Why isn’t Tim here yet?" ~ "It be because his mother is ill again." A may B can C must D should Question 18: "She wasn’t impressed with the salary." ~ " , she accepted the position." A On the contrary B Moreover C In spite of D Nevertheless Question 19: ~ "Which of Mike’s jokes you think is the funniest?" ~ "The one ." A he made it up last B last he made it up C he made up last D he made up it last Question 20: ~ "Did you see Peter before he left?” ~ "No, and I to say good-bye." A so much wanted B wanted so C wanted a lot D very wanted Question 21: How veiy young children acquire their linguistic skills never .to amaze me A ceases B finishes C ends D stops Question 22: ~ "Why didn’t you come for the meeting?" ~ "Not informed, how could I?" A being B having been C to be D been Question 23: That popular magazine has many A subscribers B readership C prescriptions D spectators Question 24: Thanks for the great weekend! We really had a(n) A enjoyment B fun C good time D hospitality Question 25: I’ll take this tie It’s the thing I’m looking for A very B sheer C quite D just Question 26: The documentary gave him such a .that he gave up smoking immediately A terror B dread C fear D fright Question 27: ~ "Let me know what happens." ~ "Don’t worry You will be the first ." A who knows B that knew C known D to know Question 28: ~ "Jane and Tom are the only ones who didn’t go to the party." ~ "You’re wrong Neither ." A we didn’t B we did C didn’t we D did we Read the following passage 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 from 29 to 34 DUBAI, THE CITY OF GOLD Situated on the coast of the Persian Gulf, Dubai is one of the seven countries that today make up the United Arab Emirates The capital, also named Dubai, was founded at the beginning of the 19 th century, and, because of its (29) location, it rapidly became popular with foreign tradesmen Today, Dubai is a modern, thriving city attracting an increasing (30) of tourists If you come here in the summer, however, be warned The temperature can reach a high of over 47 degrees Celsius, so remember to drink plenty of water Dubai City is where everyone will want to start their sightseeing Of course, you can visit one of the modern shopping malls, but for a completely different (31) go to a souk - a traditional market that you can find in many parts of Dubai, selling clothes, jewellery, food and sculptures One thing you will be expected to is to (32) with the shopkeeper before agreeing on a price It is not just about (33) a bargain, it is part of the culture There is no doubt that Dubai is an exciting place It has been said that it is the fastest growing city in the world, with 800 people setting up home here every day! It really is a futuristic city that will (34) your breath away [From: STARLIGHT 10, Workbook, Virginia Evans, 2011] Question 29:A first B super C major D prime Question 30:A total B amount C sum D number Question 31:A occurrence B incident C event D experience Question 32:A haggle B bicker C contract D quarrel Question 33:A trading B selling C striking D dealing Question 34:A pull B take C grasp D snatch Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges Question 35: ~ A:" Would you like a window or any other seat? ~ B: " ." A Well, I'd like a table for two B Anywhere with fun C There, next to the exit D That depends on the weather Question 36: ~ A: " ." ~ B: "Certainly No problem." A I need some money This is yours with only 50 bucks! B Something is crawling into my dress Help me, Tom C Did you spend all the savings on gambling, Anny? D Would you mind putting these boxes on the rack? Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 37 to 43 Diabetes mellitus is a disorder that is marked by elevated blood glucose (commonly referred to as blood sugar) A large portion of the food that we eat is converted by the body into glucose The blood delivers glucose throughout the body, but the hormone insulin is needed in order for it to be transported into most cells Insulin comes from the pancreas If the pancreas does not make sufficient insulin or cells are resistant to its activity of promoting glucose uptake, the blood glucose level becomes elevated Type I diabetes represents approximately 5-10% of diabetic patients, usually has a rapid onset and most frequently manifest in children and adolescents Because the body cannot use dietary glucose, the level in the blood is elevated and excess glucose is lost in the urine, causing weakness, thirst and hunger The treatment for type I diabetes is insulin replacement Type II diabetes is found in some 120 million adults, who are able to produce insulin but the liver and body cells are resistant to its actions Some types of diabetics can be effectively treated with diet alone, but many require our medications Historically, this has been thought of as maturity onset diabetes because it tends to occur after age 50, but there has been a dramatic increase in the number of adolescents with the disease This is thought to be due to increasing obesity and decreased physical activity in this age group The major complication of diabetes is damage to the heart and blood vessels, which can cause heart attacks, strokes, and poor circulation The effects on blood vessels also increase the risk of developing high blood pressure (hypertension) Diabetics have an increased risk of eye disease Damage to the retina associated with diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in adults under age 65 in the US When blood glucose is high, nerve cells swell and scar The disease associated with damage to the nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord referred to as peripheral neuropathy The most common type of neuropathy in diabetics involves impairment of sensory nerves Impaired nerve signals the brain about sensations such as the detection of heat or pain may lead to burns or undetected cuts that can become infected If untreated, infected face and leg ulcers can spread to the bone and may require amputation Burning pain or tingling sensations in the hands, legs and feet are also common Question 37: The treatment for type II diabetes is A drinking lots of water B increased exercise C insulin replacement D controlling diet Question 38: Insulin is used to A change food into glucose B make glucose C break down glucose D transport glucose into cells Question 39: A disease damaging nerves outside the brain and spinal cord A hypertension B neuropathy C diabetes D stroke Question 40: Type II diabetes is increasing in adolescents because of A increased obesity B both of these C decreased physical activity D none of these Question 41: The treatment for type I diabetes is A insulin replacement B increased exercise C drinking lots of water D controlling diet Question 42: A diabetic may be forced to have an amputation if A hypertension begins B infection begins C poor circulation develops D infection spreads to the bone Question 43: The major complication of diabetes is A damage to the heart and blood vessels B damage to the eyes C damage to the kidneys D nerve damage Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions Question 44:A virtual B firm C thirsty D environment Question 45:A guard B heart C square D palm 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 46: You strictly aren't allowed in the caves after dark A Under no circumstances are you allowed in the caves after dark B You are too strict to be allowed in the caves after dark C After the dark, no one strictly allows you to enter the caves D The caves strictly allows you not to enter after dark Question 47: He was only able to enter the conservation area after he had shown the proper papers A If he hadn't shown the proper papers, he would not been able to enter the conservation area B He was unable to enter the conservation area without being shown the proper papers C Not showing the proper papers, people didn't allow him to enter the conservation area D Only when he had shown the proper papers was he able to enter the conservation area Question 48: As soon as it got hot and windy, a forest fire broke out A Whenever it got hot and windy, a forest fire broke out B No sooner had it got hot and windy than a forest fire broke out C A forest fire broke out right after it got hot and windy D A forest fire broke out while it was getting hot and windy Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions Question 49: Mum begins to sing a song Dad falls asleep A While Mum begins to sing a song, Dad falls asleep B Mum begins to sing a song for Dad to fall asleep C Whenever Mum begins to sing a song, Dad falls asleep D As sson as Dad falls to asleep, Mum begins to sing a song Question 50: Bill made all attempts to finish the account report Finally, he completed it with satisfaction A Making all attempts, Bill knew that the account report could never be completed B But for his attempts, the account report could not have been completed with satisfactory result C Bill's attempts made the account report finally a complete and satisfactory success D If Bill had tried not to complete the account report, it wouldn’t have been completed The End SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC (Đề gồm có 04 trang) ƠN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018 MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ ĐỀ 574 Thời gian: 60 phút - khơng tính thời gian giao đề Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question 1: No one wants to put their neck on the line and predict an outcome A make every effort B hang themselves C fight shy of incidents D risk their lives Question 2: He was jailed for revealing secrets to the enemy A confessing B imparting C concealing D disowning 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 3: In spite of being elected to office, she remains first and foremost a writer A obviously B more than anything else C only D genuinely Question 4: How long can we last out without food? A endure hard work B end up working C finish the trip D manage to stay alive 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: ~ "Why isn’t Tim here yet?" ~ "It be because his mother is ill again." A may B should C must D can Question 6: Thanks for the great weekend! We really had a(n) A hospitality B enjoyment C good time D fun Question 7: How veiy young children acquire their linguistic skills never .to amaze me A finishes B ends C stops D ceases Question 8: "She wasn’t impressed with the salary." ~ " , she accepted the position." A In spite of B On the contrary C Moreover D Nevertheless Question 9: ~ "Let me know what happens." ~ "Don’t worry You will be the first ." A that knew B who knows C known D to know Question 10: That popular magazine has many A spectators B readership C prescriptions D subscribers Question 11: ~ "Why didn’t you come for the meeting?" ~ "Not informed, how could I?" A been B to be C having been D being Question 12: The documentary gave him such a .that he gave up smoking immediately A dread B fright C fear D terror Question 13: ~ "Did you see Peter before he left?” ~ "No, and I to say good-bye." A wanted so B so much wanted C wanted a lot D very wanted Question 14: ~ "Which of Mike’s jokes you think is the funniest?" ~ "The one ." A he made up it last B last he made it up C he made it up last D he made up last Question 15: ~ "Jane and Tom are the only ones who didn’t go to the party." ~ "You’re wrong Neither ." A we did B we didn’t C did we D didn’t we Question 16: I’ll take this tie It’s the thing I’m looking for A quite B just C very D sheer 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: When we decided to stay in the USA longer, we had our visas to be renewed A visas B decided C to be renewed D longer Question 18: Ask anyone whom you think is intersted to join the team A is interested B the C anyone whom D to join Question 19: We insist on you leaving the meeting before any further outbursts take place A further outbursts B before C you D leaving 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 20:A caused B practised C promised D increased Question 21:A thought B lough C sought D brought Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges Question 22: ~ A: " ." ~ B: "Certainly No problem." A Did you spend all the savings on gambling, Anny? B I need some money This is yours with only 50 bucks! C Would you mind putting these boxes on the rack? D Something is crawling into my dress Help me, Tom Question 23: ~ A:" Would you like a window or any other seat? ~ B: " ." A Anywhere with fun B There, next to the exit C That depends on the weather D Well, I'd like a table for two Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions Question 24: Mum begins to sing a song Dad falls asleep A As sson as Dad falls to asleep, Mum begins to sing a song B Whenever Mum begins to sing a song, Dad falls asleep C While Mum begins to sing a song, Dad falls asleep D Mum begins to sing a song for Dad to fall asleep Question 25: Bill made all attempts to finish the account report Finally, he completed it with satisfaction A But for his attempts, the account report could not have been completed with satisfactory result B If Bill had tried not to complete the account report, it wouldn’t have been completed C Bill's attempts made the account report finally a complete and satisfactory success D Making all attempts, Bill knew that the account report could never be completed Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions Question 26:A environment B firm C virtual D thirsty Question 27:A palm B square C guard D heart Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 28 to 34 Since the invention of the printing press, news reporting has advanced in leaps and bounds First, the radio was launched in 1910, significantly changing the face of the news by enabling it to be broadcast at any time of day Then, almost two decades later, the television made its debut, allowing viewers to see what was happening all around the world It’s clear that technology is a massive driving force behind culture and society However, nothing has had such a massive impact on news reporting as the rise of the Internet With all the features of print, radio and television combined, the Internet has truly revolutionised the way in which the world receives news Now, information is free, plentiful and instantly accessible as media corporations post new articles 24 hours a day Not only this, but newspapers, radio and television stations are no longer the sole bearers of news Indeed, one survey revealed that the majority of people learn about a breaking news story through a social networking site rather than through mainstream sources As well as enabling consumers to access news with ease, the Internet also allows news to be delivered by individual members of society Through the use of mobile Internet technology, those present at the scene of an incident are able to report on it long before the press have time to arrive This means that the public become the largest contributors of news in the world However, since the Internet is largely unregulated, it flourishes with unreliable information As a result, unverified sources should always be treated with caution The rise of Internet news has seen newspaper sales plummet in recent years, causing many companies to collapse For those journalists lucky enough to remain in the business, it is more cutthroat than ever before With so many ‘citizen journalists’ around, mainstream media must produce a much higher calibre of journalism in order to compete So while the news industry may be suffering, the Internet is certainly good news for billions of across the globe Question 28: How has the Internet affected news corporations? A Competition is decreasing among journalists B More jobs are now available C It is easier for journalists to write articles D They are making less money Question 29: What does the writer mean by the phrase “in leaps and bounds”? A uncontrollably B with high interest C profitably D very quickly Question 30: What advice does the writer give to the reader? A Try to regulate your Internet usage B Contribute to discussions about the news C Be wary of unofficial news reporting D Use your mobile phone to report news Question 31: In paragraph two, what did the survey conclude? A Most people have received breaking news through social media B Internet news forums encourage networking C The Internet has changed the way people receive news D People prefer Internet news because it is free Question 32: In the second sentence of the first paragraph, what does it refer to? A the radio B the television C the printing press D the news Question 33: What is the main purpose of this article? A to discuss the history of journalism B to compare broadcast and printed news C to examine the effects of the Internet upon news reporting D to encourage people to read more newspapers Question 34: The word “plummet” is closest in meaning to A fall suddenly B grow qiuckly C increase D flourish Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 25 to 41 Diabetes mellitus is a disorder that is marked by elevated blood glucose (commonly referred to as blood sugar) A large portion of the food that we eat is converted by the body into glucose The blood delivers glucose throughout the body, but the hormone insulin is needed in order for it to be transported into most cells Insulin comes from the pancreas If the pancreas does not make sufficient insulin or cells are resistant to its activity of promoting glucose uptake, the blood glucose level becomes elevated Type I diabetes represents approximately 5-10% of diabetic patients, usually has a rapid onset and most frequently manifest in children and adolescents Because the body cannot use dietary glucose, the level in the blood is elevated and excess glucose is lost in the urine, causing weakness, thirst and hunger The treatment for type I diabetes is insulin replacement Type II diabetes is found in some 120 million adults, who are able to produce insulin but the liver and body cells are resistant to its actions Some types of diabetics can be effectively treated with diet alone, but many require our medications Historically, this has been thought of as maturity onset diabetes because it tends to occur after age 50, but there has been a dramatic increase in the number of adolescents with the disease This is thought to be due to increasing obesity and decreased physical activity in this age group The major complication of diabetes is damage to the heart and blood vessels, which can cause heart attacks, strokes, and poor circulation The effects on blood vessels also increase the risk of developing high blood pressure (hypertension) Diabetics have an increased risk of eye disease Damage to the retina associated with diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in adults under age 65 in the US When blood glucose is high, nerve cells swell and scar The disease associated with damage to the nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord referred to as peripheral neuropathy The most common type of neuropathy in diabetics involves impairment of sensory nerves Impaired nerve signals the brain about sensations such as the detection of heat or pain may lead to burns or undetected cuts that can become infected If untreated, infected face and leg ulcers can spread to the bone and may require amputation Burning pain or tingling sensations in the hands, legs and feet are also common Question 35: The treatment for type II diabetes is A increased exercise B drinking lots of water C controlling diet D insulin replacement Question 36: A diabetic may be forced to have an amputation if A infection begins B hypertension begins C infection spreads to the bone D poor circulation develops Question 37: A disease damaging nerves outside the brain and spinal cord A stroke B diabetes C neuropathy D hypertension Question 38: The major complication of diabetes is A damage to the eyes B damage to the heart and blood vessels C nerve damage D damage to the kidneys Question 39: Insulin is used to A break down glucose B change food into glucose C make glucose D transport glucose into cells Question 40: The treatment for type I diabetes is A increased exercise B drinking lots of water C insulin replacement D controlling diet Question 41: Type II diabetes is increasing in adolescents because of A none of these B both of these C increased obesity D decreased physical activity 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 42: He was only able to enter the conservation area after he had shown the proper papers A If he hadn't shown the proper papers, he would not been able to enter the conservation area B Not showing the proper papers, people didn't allow him to enter the conservation area C He was unable to enter the conservation area without being shown the proper papers D Only when he had shown the proper papers was he able to enter the conservation area Question 43: As soon as it got hot and windy, a forest fire broke out A A forest fire broke out while it was getting hot and windy B Whenever it got hot and windy, a forest fire broke out C A forest fire broke out right after it got hot and windy D No sooner had it got hot and windy than a forest fire broke out Question 44: You strictly aren't allowed in the caves after dark A Under no circumstances are you allowed in the caves after dark B The caves strictly allows you not to enter after dark C After the dark, no one strictly allows you to enter the caves D You are too strict to be allowed in the caves after dark Read the following passage 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 from 45 to 50 DUBAI, THE CITY OF GOLD Situated on the coast of the Persian Gulf, Dubai is one of the seven countries that today make up the United Arab Emirates The capital, also named Dubai, was founded at the beginning of the 19 th century, and, because of its (45) location, it rapidly became popular with foreign tradesmen Today, Dubai is a modern, thriving city attracting an increasing (46) of tourists If you come here in the summer, however, be warned The temperature can reach a high of over 47 degrees Celsius, so remember to drink plenty of water Dubai City is where everyone will want to start their sightseeing Of course, you can visit one of the modern shopping malls, but for a completely different (47) go to a souk - a traditional market that you can find in many parts of Dubai, selling clothes, jewellery, food and sculptures One thing you will be expected to is to (48) with the shopkeeper before agreeing on a price It is not just about (49) a bargain, it is part of the culture There is no doubt that Dubai is an exciting place It has been said that it is the fastest growing city in the world, with 800 people setting up home here every day! It really is a futuristic city that will (50) your breath away [From: STARLIGHT 10, Workbook, Virginia Evans, 2011] Question Question Question Question Question Question 45:A prime B first 46:A amount B sum 47:A occurrence B event 48:A contract B haggle 49:A dealing B striking 50:A grasp B take C major C total C experience C quarrel C trading C pull The End D super D number D incident D bicker D selling D snatch SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC (Đề gồm có 04 trang) ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018 MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ ĐỀ 764 Thời gian: 60 phút - khơng tính thời gian giao đề Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions Question 1:A heart B square C palm D guard Question 2:A thirsty B virtual C firm D environment 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 3:A lough B brought C sought D thought Question 4:A practised B caused C promised D increased 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: How veiy young children acquire their linguistic skills never .to amaze me A ends B stops C finishes D ceases Question 6: ~ "Why didn’t you come for the meeting?" ~ "Not informed, how could I?" A to be B being C been D having been Question 7: ~ "Let me know what happens." ~ "Don’t worry You will be the first ." A who knows B to know C that knew D known Question 8: ~ "Why isn’t Tim here yet?" ~ "It be because his mother is ill again." A must B can C should D may Question 9: ~ "Which of Mike’s jokes you think is the funniest?" ~ "The one ." A last he made it up B he made up it last C he made it up last D he made up last Question 10: That popular magazine has many A spectators B subscribers C prescriptions D readership Question 11: I’ll take this tie It’s the thing I’m looking for A quite B sheer C very D just Question 12: "She wasn’t impressed with the salary." ~ " , she accepted the position." A On the contrary B Moreover C In spite of D Nevertheless Question 13: ~ "Did you see Peter before he left?” ~ "No, and I to say good-bye." A wanted so B so much wanted C wanted a lot D very wanted Question 14: ~ "Jane and Tom are the only ones who didn’t go to the party." ~ "You’re wrong Neither ." A did we B we didn’t C we did D didn’t we Question 15: The documentary gave him such a .that he gave up smoking immediately A dread B fear C terror D fright Question 16: Thanks for the great weekend! We really had a(n) A fun B hospitality C enjoyment D good time 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: We insist on you leaving the meeting before any further outbursts take place A further outbursts B before C leaving D you Question 18: Ask anyone whom you think is intersted to join the team A is interested B to join C anyone whom D the Question 19: When we decided to stay in the USA longer, we had our visas to be renewed A visas B to be renewed C longer D decided 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: In spite of being elected to office, she remains first and foremost a writer A obviously B genuinely C more than anything else D only Question 21: How long can we last out without food? A endure hard work B manage to stay alive C finish the trip D end up working Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions Question 22: Bill made all attempts to finish the account report Finally, he completed it with satisfaction A Making all attempts, Bill knew that the account report could never be completed B If Bill had tried not to complete the account report, it wouldn’t have been completed C But for his attempts, the account report could not have been completed with satisfactory result D Bill's attempts made the account report finally a complete and satisfactory success Question 23: Mum begins to sing a song Dad falls asleep A While Mum begins to sing a song, Dad falls asleep B Mum begins to sing a song for Dad to fall asleep C Whenever Mum begins to sing a song, Dad falls asleep D As sson as Dad falls to asleep, Mum begins to sing a song Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question 24: He was jailed for revealing secrets to the enemy A concealing B disowning C confessing D imparting Question 25: No one wants to put their neck on the line and predict an outcome A hang themselves B fight shy of incidents C make every effort D risk their lives Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 26 to 32 Since the invention of the printing press, news reporting has advanced in leaps and bounds First, the radio was launched in 1910, significantly changing the face of the news by enabling it to be broadcast at any time of day Then, almost two decades later, the television made its debut, allowing viewers to see what was happening all around the world It’s clear that technology is a massive driving force behind culture and society However, nothing has had such a massive impact on news reporting as the rise of the Internet With all the features of print, radio and television combined, the Internet has truly revolutionised the way in which the world receives news Now, information is free, plentiful and instantly accessible as media corporations post new articles 24 hours a day Not only this, but newspapers, radio and television stations are no longer the sole bearers of news Indeed, one survey revealed that the majority of people learn about a breaking news story through a social networking site rather than through mainstream sources As well as enabling consumers to access news with ease, the Internet also allows news to be delivered by individual members of society Through the use of mobile Internet technology, those present at the scene of an incident are able to report on it long before the press have time to arrive This means that the public become the largest contributors of news in the world However, since the Internet is largely unregulated, it flourishes with unreliable information As a result, unverified sources should always be treated with caution The rise of Internet news has seen newspaper sales plummet in recent years, causing many companies to collapse For those journalists lucky enough to remain in the business, it is more cutthroat than ever before With so many ‘citizen journalists’ around, mainstream media must produce a much higher calibre of journalism in order to compete So while the news industry may be suffering, the Internet is certainly good news for billions of across the globe Question 26: What does the writer mean by the phrase “in leaps and bounds”? A very quickly B profitably C with high interest D uncontrollably Question 27: What is the main purpose of this article? A to examine the effects of the Internet upon news reporting B to compare broadcast and printed news C to discuss the history of journalism D to encourage people to read more newspapers Question 28: How has the Internet affected news corporations? A It is easier for journalists to write articles B Competition is decreasing among journalists C They are making less money D More jobs are now available Question 29: The word “plummet” is closest in meaning to A fall suddenly B increase C grow qiuckly D flourish Question 30: In paragraph two, what did the survey conclude? A People prefer Internet news because it is free B The Internet has changed the way people receive news C Most people have received breaking news through social media D Internet news forums encourage networking Question 31: What advice does the writer give to the reader? A Try to regulate your Internet usage B Use your mobile phone to report news C Be wary of unofficial news reporting D Contribute to discussions about the news Question 32: In the second sentence of the first paragraph, what does it refer to? A the television B the printing press C the news D the radio Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges Question 33: ~ A: " ." ~ B: "Certainly No problem." A Something is crawling into my dress Help me, Tom B I need some money This is yours with only 50 bucks! C Would you mind putting these boxes on the rack? D Did you spend all the savings on gambling, Anny? Question 34: ~ A:" Would you like a window or any other seat? ~ B: " ." A Anywhere with fun B There, next to the exit C That depends on the weather D Well, I'd like a table for two Read the following passage 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 from 35 to 40 DUBAI, THE CITY OF GOLD Situated on the coast of the Persian Gulf, Dubai is one of the seven countries that today make up the United Arab Emirates The capital, also named Dubai, was founded at the beginning of the 19 th century, and, because of its (35) location, it rapidly became popular with foreign tradesmen Today, Dubai is a modern, thriving city attracting an increasing (36) of tourists If you come here in the summer, however, be warned The temperature can reach a high of over 47 degrees Celsius, so remember to drink plenty of water Dubai City is where everyone will want to start their sightseeing Of course, you can visit one of the modern shopping malls, but for a completely different (37) go to a souk - a traditional market that you can find in many parts of Dubai, selling clothes, jewellery, food and sculptures One thing you will be expected to is to (38) with the shopkeeper before agreeing on a price It is not just about (39) a bargain, it is part of the culture There is no doubt that Dubai is an exciting place It has been said that it is the fastest growing city in the world, with 800 people setting up home here every day! It really is a futuristic city that will (40) your breath away [From: STARLIGHT 10, Workbook, Virginia Evans, 2011] Question 35:A super B major C prime D first Question 36:A number B total C sum D amount Question 37:A occurrence B incident C event D experience Question 38:A bicker B contract C haggle D quarrel Question 39:A trading B striking C dealing D selling Question 40:A take B snatch C grasp D pull 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 41: You strictly aren't allowed in the caves after dark A You are too strict to be allowed in the caves after dark B The caves strictly allows you not to enter after dark C After the dark, no one strictly allows you to enter the caves D Under no circumstances are you allowed in the caves after dark Question 42: He was only able to enter the conservation area after he had shown the proper papers A If he hadn't shown the proper papers, he would not been able to enter the conservation area B He was unable to enter the conservation area without being shown the proper papers C Only when he had shown the proper papers was he able to enter the conservation area D Not showing the proper papers, people didn't allow him to enter the conservation area Question 43: As soon as it got hot and windy, a forest fire broke out A A forest fire broke out while it was getting hot and windy B No sooner had it got hot and windy than a forest fire broke out C Whenever it got hot and windy, a forest fire broke out D A forest fire broke out right after it got hot and windy Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 43 to 50 Diabetes mellitus is a disorder that is marked by elevated blood glucose (commonly referred to as blood sugar) A large portion of the food that we eat is converted by the body into glucose The blood delivers glucose throughout the body, but the hormone insulin is needed in order for it to be transported into most cells Insulin comes from the pancreas If the pancreas does not make sufficient insulin or cells are resistant to its activity of promoting glucose uptake, the blood glucose level becomes elevated Type I diabetes represents approximately 5-10% of diabetic patients, usually has a rapid onset and most frequently manifest in children and adolescents Because the body cannot use dietary glucose, the level in the blood is elevated and excess glucose is lost in the urine, causing weakness, thirst and hunger The treatment for type I diabetes is insulin replacement Type II diabetes is found in some 120 million adults, who are able to produce insulin but the liver and body cells are resistant to its actions Some types of diabetics can be effectively treated with diet alone, but many require our medications Historically, this has been thought of as maturity onset diabetes because it tends to occur after age 50, but there has been a dramatic increase in the number of adolescents with the disease This is thought to be due to increasing obesity and decreased physical activity in this age group The major complication of diabetes is damage to the heart and blood vessels, which can cause heart attacks, strokes, and poor circulation The effects on blood vessels also increase the risk of developing high blood pressure (hypertension) Diabetics have an increased risk of eye disease Damage to the retina associated with diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in adults under age 65 in the US When blood glucose is high, nerve cells swell and scar The disease associated with damage to the nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord referred to as peripheral neuropathy The most common type of neuropathy in diabetics involves impairment of sensory nerves Impaired nerve signals the brain about sensations such as the detection of heat or pain may lead to burns or undetected cuts that can become infected If untreated, infected face and leg ulcers can spread to the bone and may require amputation Burning pain or tingling sensations in the hands, legs and feet are also common Question 44: Insulin is used to A change food into glucose B transport glucose into cells C make glucose D break down glucose Question 45: The treatment for type II diabetes is A increased exercise B insulin replacement C drinking lots of water D controlling diet Question 46: The treatment for type I diabetes is A increased exercise B drinking lots of water C controlling diet D insulin replacement Question 47: Type II diabetes is increasing in adolescents because of A both of these B decreased physical activity C none of these D increased obesity Question 48: The major complication of diabetes is A damage to the kidneys B damage to the eyes C nerve damage D damage to the heart and blood vessels Question 49: A diabetic may be forced to have an amputation if A poor circulation develops B infection spreads to the bone C hypertension begins D infection begins Question 50: A disease damaging nerves outside the brain and spinal cord A diabetes B hypertension C stroke D neuropathy The End SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC (Đề gồm có 04 trang) ƠN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018 MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ ĐỀ 277 Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề 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 brought B sought C thought D lough Question 2:A promised B caused C increased D practised 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 3: In spite of being elected to office, she remains first and foremost a writer A more than anything else B only C obviously D genuinely Question 4: How long can we last out without food? A end up working B manage to stay alive C endure hard work D finish the trip Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question 5: No one wants to put their neck on the line and predict an outcome A make every effort B fight shy of incidents C risk their lives D hang themselves Question 6: He was jailed for revealing secrets to the enemy A concealing B confessing C disowning D imparting Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges Question 7: ~ A: " ." ~ B: "Certainly No problem." A Did you spend all the savings on gambling, Anny? B Would you mind putting these boxes on the rack? C I need some money This is yours with only 50 bucks! D Something is crawling into my dress Help me, Tom Question 8: ~ A:" Would you like a window or any other seat? ~ B: " ." A Anywhere with fun B That depends on the weather C There, next to the exit D Well, I'd like a table for two Read the following passage 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 from 09 to 14 DUBAI, THE CITY OF GOLD Situated on the coast of the Persian Gulf, Dubai is one of the seven countries that today make up the United Arab Emirates The capital, also named Dubai, was founded at the beginning of the 19 th century, and, because of its (9) location, it rapidly became popular with foreign tradesmen Today, Dubai is a modern, thriving city attracting an increasing (10) of tourists If you come here in the summer, however, be warned The temperature can reach a high of over 47 degrees Celsius, so remember to drink plenty of water Dubai City is where everyone will want to start their sightseeing Of course, you can visit one of the modern shopping malls, but for a completely different (11) go to a souk - a traditional market that you can find in many parts of Dubai, selling clothes, jewellery, food and sculptures One thing you will be expected to is to (12) with the shopkeeper before agreeing on a price It is not just about (13) a bargain, it is part of the culture There is no doubt that Dubai is an exciting place It has been said that it is the fastest growing city in the world, with 800 people setting up home here every day! It really is a futuristic city that will (14) your breath away [From: STARLIGHT 10, Workbook, Virginia Evans, 2011] Question 9:A prime B super C first D major Question 10:A amount B sum C number D total Question 11:A event B incident C occurrence D experience Question 12:A bicker B contract C quarrel D haggle Question 13:A selling B striking C trading D dealing Question 14:A snatch B grasp C take D pull Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions Question 15:A virtual B firm C thirsty D environment Question 16:A palm B guard C heart D square Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions Question 17: ~ "Why isn’t Tim here yet?" ~ "It be because his mother is ill again." A should B may C can D must Question 18: Thanks for the great weekend! We really had a(n) A fun B hospitality C enjoyment D good time Question 19: I’ll take this tie It’s the thing I’m looking for A sheer B very C quite D just Question 20: ~ "Did you see Peter before he left?” ~ "No, and I to say good-bye." A wanted a lot B very wanted C so much wanted D wanted so Question 21: That popular magazine has many A prescriptions B readership C spectators D subscribers Question 22: How veiy young children acquire their linguistic skills never .to amaze me A stops B ceases C finishes D ends Question 23: ~ "Which of Mike’s jokes you think is the funniest?" ~ "The one ." A last he made it up B he made up last C he made it up last D he made up it last Question 24: ~ "Let me know what happens." ~ "Don’t worry You will be the first ." A who knows B known C to know D that knew Question 25: "She wasn’t impressed with the salary." ~ " , she accepted the position." A On the contrary B In spite of C Nevertheless D Moreover Question 26: ~ "Why didn’t you come for the meeting?" ~ "Not informed, how could I?" A to be B been C being D having been Question 27: The documentary gave him such a .that he gave up smoking immediately A fear B dread C fright D terror Question 28: ~ "Jane and Tom are the only ones who didn’t go to the party." ~ "You’re wrong Neither ." A we did B we didn’t C didn’t we D did we Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 29 to 35 Since the invention of the printing press, news reporting has advanced in leaps and bounds First, the radio was launched in 1910, significantly changing the face of the news by enabling it to be broadcast at any time of day Then, almost two decades later, the television made its debut, allowing viewers to see what was happening all around the world It’s clear that technology is a massive driving force behind culture and society However, nothing has had such a massive impact on news reporting as the rise of the Internet With all the features of print, radio and television combined, the Internet has truly revolutionised the way in which the world receives news Now, information is free, plentiful and instantly accessible as media corporations post new articles 24 hours a day Not only this, but newspapers, radio and television stations are no longer the sole bearers of news Indeed, one survey revealed that the majority of people learn about a breaking news story through a social networking site rather than through mainstream sources As well as enabling consumers to access news with ease, the Internet also allows news to be delivered by individual members of society Through the use of mobile Internet technology, those present at the scene of an incident are able to report on it long before the press have time to arrive This means that the public become the largest contributors of news in the world However, since the Internet is largely unregulated, it flourishes with unreliable information As a result, unverified sources should always be treated with caution The rise of Internet news has seen newspaper sales plummet in recent years, causing many companies to collapse For those journalists lucky enough to remain in the business, it is more cutthroat than ever before With so many ‘citizen journalists’ around, mainstream media must produce a much higher calibre of journalism in order to compete So while the news industry may be suffering, the Internet is certainly good news for billions of across the globe Question 29: In the second sentence of the first paragraph, what does it refer to? A the news B the radio C the printing press D the television Question 30: How has the Internet affected news corporations? A Competition is decreasing among journalists B More jobs are now available C They are making less money D It is easier for journalists to write articles Question 31: What does the writer mean by the phrase “in leaps and bounds”? A uncontrollably B profitably C with high interest D very quickly Question 32: In paragraph two, what did the survey conclude? A Most people have received breaking news through social media B People prefer Internet news because it is free C Internet news forums encourage networking D The Internet has changed the way people receive news Question 33: What advice does the writer give to the reader? A Be wary of unofficial news reporting B Try to regulate your Internet usage C Use your mobile phone to report news D Contribute to discussions about the news Question 34: What is the main purpose of this article? A to discuss the history of journalism B to compare broadcast and printed news C to encourage people to read more newspapers D to examine the effects of the Internet upon news reporting Question 35: The word “plummet” is closest in meaning to A increase B fall suddenly C grow qiuckly D flourish Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 36 to 42 Diabetes mellitus is a disorder that is marked by elevated blood glucose (commonly referred to as blood sugar) A large portion of the food that we eat is converted by the body into glucose The blood delivers glucose throughout the body, but the hormone insulin is needed in order for it to be transported into most cells Insulin comes from the pancreas If the pancreas does not make sufficient insulin or cells are resistant to its activity of promoting glucose uptake, the blood glucose level becomes elevated Type I diabetes represents approximately 5-10% of diabetic patients, usually has a rapid onset and most frequently manifest in children and adolescents Because the body cannot use dietary glucose, the level in the blood is elevated and excess glucose is lost in the urine, causing weakness, thirst and hunger The treatment for type I diabetes is insulin replacement Type II diabetes is found in some 120 million adults, who are able to produce insulin but the liver and body cells are resistant to its actions Some types of diabetics can be effectively treated with diet alone, but many require our medications Historically, this has been thought of as maturity onset diabetes because it tends to occur after age 50, but there has been a dramatic increase in the number of adolescents with the disease This is thought to be due to increasing obesity and decreased physical activity in this age group The major complication of diabetes is damage to the heart and blood vessels, which can cause heart attacks, strokes, and poor circulation The effects on blood vessels also increase the risk of developing high blood pressure (hypertension) Diabetics have an increased risk of eye disease Damage to the retina associated with diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in adults under age 65 in the US When blood glucose is high, nerve cells swell and scar The disease associated with damage to the nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord referred to as peripheral neuropathy The most common type of neuropathy in diabetics involves impairment of sensory nerves Impaired nerve signals the brain about sensations such as the detection of heat or pain may lead to burns or undetected cuts that can become infected If untreated, infected face and leg ulcers can spread to the bone and may require amputation Burning pain or tingling sensations in the hands, legs and feet are also common Question 36: Insulin is used to A break down glucose B make glucose C change food into glucose D transport glucose into cells Question 37: Type II diabetes is increasing in adolescents because of A none of these B increased obesity C both of these D decreased physical activity Question 38: The treatment for type I diabetes is A controlling diet B drinking lots of water C increased exercise D insulin replacement Question 39: The treatment for type II diabetes is A insulin replacement B increased exercise C controlling diet D drinking lots of water Question 40: A disease damaging nerves outside the brain and spinal cord A hypertension B stroke C diabetes D neuropathy Question 41: The major complication of diabetes is A nerve damage B damage to the eyes C damage to the kidneys D damage to the heart and blood vessels Question 42: A diabetic may be forced to have an amputation if A infection spreads to the bone B infection begins C hypertension begins D poor circulation develops Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions Question 43: Bill made all attempts to finish the account report Finally, he completed it with satisfaction A If Bill had tried not to complete the account report, it wouldn’t have been completed B Bill's attempts made the account report finally a complete and satisfactory success C Making all attempts, Bill knew that the account report could never be completed D But for his attempts, the account report could not have been completed with satisfactory result Question 44: Mum begins to sing a song Dad falls asleep A As sson as Dad falls to asleep, Mum begins to sing a song B Whenever Mum begins to sing a song, Dad falls asleep C While Mum begins to sing a song, Dad falls asleep D Mum begins to sing a song for Dad to fall asleep 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 45: As soon as it got hot and windy, a forest fire broke out A A forest fire broke out right after it got hot and windy B A forest fire broke out while it was getting hot and windy C No sooner had it got hot and windy than a forest fire broke out D Whenever it got hot and windy, a forest fire broke out Question 46: He was only able to enter the conservation area after he had shown the proper papers A If he hadn't shown the proper papers, he would not been able to enter the conservation area B He was unable to enter the conservation area without being shown the proper papers C Only when he had shown the proper papers was he able to enter the conservation area D Not showing the proper papers, people didn't allow him to enter the conservation area Question 47: You strictly aren't allowed in the caves after dark A Under no circumstances are you allowed in the caves after dark B After the dark, no one strictly allows you to enter the caves C You are too strict to be allowed in the caves after dark D The caves strictly allows you not to enter after dark 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 48: When we decided to stay in the USA longer, we had our visas to be renewed A visas B longer C decided D to be renewed Question 49: We insist on you leaving the meeting before any further outbursts take place A you B leaving C before D further outbursts Question 50: Ask anyone whom you think is intersted to join the team A the B is interested C anyone whom D to join The End SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC (Đề gồm có 04 trang) ƠN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018 MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ ĐỀ 618 Thời gian: 60 phút - khơng tính thời gian giao đề 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 caused B promised C practised D increased Question 2:A sought B thought C lough D brought Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions Question 3: ~ "Why isn’t Tim here yet?" ~ "It be because his mother is ill again." A can B must C should D may Question 4: ~ "Which of Mike’s jokes you think is the funniest?" ~ "The one ." A he made it up last B he made up it last C last he made it up D he made up last Question 5: ~ "Did you see Peter before he left?” ~ "No, and I to say good-bye." A so much wanted B very wanted C wanted so D wanted a lot Question 6: ~ "Let me know what happens." ~ "Don’t worry You will be the first ." A to know B who knows C known D that knew Question 7: I’ll take this tie It’s the thing I’m looking for A quite B just C very D sheer Question 8: Thanks for the great weekend! We really had a(n) A enjoyment B good time C hospitality D fun Question 9: ~ "Why didn’t you come for the meeting?" ~ "Not informed, how could I?" A having been B to be C been D being Question 10: That popular magazine has many A prescriptions B subscribers C spectators D readership Question 11: ~ "Jane and Tom are the only ones who didn’t go to the party." ~ "You’re wrong Neither ." A didn’t we B we did C we didn’t D did we Question 12: The documentary gave him such a .that he gave up smoking immediately A terror B fright C fear D dread Question 13: How veiy young children acquire their linguistic skills never .to amaze me A stops B finishes C ends D ceases Question 14: "She wasn’t impressed with the salary." ~ " , she accepted the position." A In spite of B Moreover C On the contrary D Nevertheless Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges Question 15: ~ A:" Would you like a window or any other seat? ~ B: " ." A There, next to the exit B That depends on the weather C Anywhere with fun D Well, I'd like a table for two Question 16: ~ A: " ." ~ B: "Certainly No problem." A Did you spend all the savings on gambling, Anny? B Something is crawling into my dress Help me, Tom C Would you mind putting these boxes on the rack? D I need some money This is yours with only 50 bucks! Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 17 to 23 Since the invention of the printing press, news reporting has advanced in leaps and bounds First, the radio was launched in 1910, significantly changing the face of the news by enabling it to be broadcast at any time of day Then, almost two decades later, the television made its debut, allowing viewers to see what was happening all around the world It’s clear that technology is a massive driving force behind culture and society However, nothing has had such a massive impact on news reporting as the rise of the Internet With all the features of print, radio and television combined, the Internet has truly revolutionised the way in which the world receives news Now, information is free, plentiful and instantly accessible as media corporations post new articles 24 hours a day Not only this, but newspapers, radio and television stations are no longer the sole bearers of news Indeed, one survey revealed that the majority of people learn about a breaking news story through a social networking site rather than through mainstream sources As well as enabling consumers to access news with ease, the Internet also allows news to be delivered by individual members of society Through the use of mobile Internet technology, those present at the scene of an incident are able to report on it long before the press have time to arrive This means that the public become the largest contributors of news in the world However, since the Internet is largely unregulated, it flourishes with unreliable information As a result, unverified sources should always be treated with caution The rise of Internet news has seen newspaper sales plummet in recent years, causing many companies to collapse For those journalists lucky enough to remain in the business, it is more cutthroat than ever before With so many ‘citizen journalists’ around, mainstream media must produce a much higher calibre of journalism in order to compete So while the news industry may be suffering, the Internet is certainly good news for billions of across the globe Question 17: What advice does the writer give to the reader? A Contribute to discussions about the news B Try to regulate your Internet usage C Be wary of unofficial news reporting D Use your mobile phone to report news Question 18: How has the Internet affected news corporations? A More jobs are now available B They are making less money C Competition is decreasing among journalists D It is easier for journalists to write articles Question 19: In paragraph two, what did the survey conclude? A People prefer Internet news because it is free B Most people have received breaking news through social media C Internet news forums encourage networking D The Internet has changed the way people receive news Question 20: What does the writer mean by the phrase “in leaps and bounds”? A with high interest B uncontrollably C very quickly D profitably Question 21: In the second sentence of the first paragraph, what does it refer to? A the printing press B the news C the television D the radio Question 22: What is the main purpose of this article? A to examine the effects of the Internet upon news reporting B to discuss the history of journalism C to encourage people to read more newspapers D to compare broadcast and printed news Question 23: The word “plummet” is closest in meaning to A grow qiuckly B increase C fall suddenly D flourish Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions Question 24: Bill made all attempts to finish the account report Finally, he completed it with satisfaction A Bill's attempts made the account report finally a complete and satisfactory success B If Bill had tried not to complete the account report, it wouldn’t have been completed C Making all attempts, Bill knew that the account report could never be completed D But for his attempts, the account report could not have been completed with satisfactory result Question 25: Mum begins to sing a song Dad falls asleep A Mum begins to sing a song for Dad to fall asleep B As sson as Dad falls to asleep, Mum begins to sing a song C Whenever Mum begins to sing a song, Dad falls asleep D While Mum begins to sing a song, Dad falls asleep Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions Question 26:A palm B guard C square D heart Question 27:A firm B virtual C environment D thirsty 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 28: How long can we last out without food? A finish the trip B manage to stay alive C end up working D endure hard work Question 29: In spite of being elected to office, she remains first and foremost a writer A only B obviously C more than anything else D genuinely Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question 30: He was jailed for revealing secrets to the enemy A confessing B concealing C disowning D imparting Question 31: No one wants to put their neck on the line and predict an outcome A make every effort B fight shy of incidents C hang themselves D risk their lives Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 32 to 38 Diabetes mellitus is a disorder that is marked by elevated blood glucose (commonly referred to as blood sugar) A large portion of the food that we eat is converted by the body into glucose The blood delivers glucose throughout the body, but the hormone insulin is needed in order for it to be transported into most cells Insulin comes from the pancreas If the pancreas does not make sufficient insulin or cells are resistant to its activity of promoting glucose uptake, the blood glucose level becomes elevated Type I diabetes represents approximately 5-10% of diabetic patients, usually has a rapid onset and most frequently manifest in children and adolescents Because the body cannot use dietary glucose, the level in the blood is elevated and excess glucose is lost in the urine, causing weakness, thirst and hunger The treatment for type I diabetes is insulin replacement Type II diabetes is found in some 120 million adults, who are able to produce insulin but the liver and body cells are resistant to its actions Some types of diabetics can be effectively treated with diet alone, but many require our medications Historically, this has been thought of as maturity onset diabetes because it tends to occur after age 50, but there has been a dramatic increase in the number of adolescents with the disease This is thought to be due to increasing obesity and decreased physical activity in this age group The major complication of diabetes is damage to the heart and blood vessels, which can cause heart attacks, strokes, and poor circulation The effects on blood vessels also increase the risk of developing high blood pressure (hypertension) Diabetics have an increased risk of eye disease Damage to the retina associated with diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in adults under age 65 in the US When blood glucose is high, nerve cells swell and scar The disease associated with damage to the nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord referred to as peripheral neuropathy The most common type of neuropathy in diabetics involves impairment of sensory nerves Impaired nerve signals the brain about sensations such as the detection of heat or pain may lead to burns or undetected cuts that can become infected If untreated, infected face and leg ulcers can spread to the bone and may require amputation Burning pain or tingling sensations in the hands, legs and feet are also common Question 32: The treatment for type II diabetes is A increased exercise B drinking lots of water C insulin replacement D controlling diet Question 33: Insulin is used to A transport glucose into cells B break down glucose C make glucose D change food into glucose Question 34: Type II diabetes is increasing in adolescents because of A both of these B none of these C decreased physical activity D increased obesity Question 35: A disease damaging nerves outside the brain and spinal cord A diabetes B neuropathy C hypertension D stroke Question 36: The major complication of diabetes is A nerve damage B damage to the heart and blood vessels C damage to the eyes D damage to the kidneys Question 37: The treatment for type I diabetes is A controlling diet B increased exercise C drinking lots of water D insulin replacement Question 38: A diabetic may be forced to have an amputation if A infection begins B infection spreads to the bone C poor circulation develops D hypertension begins 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 39: When we decided to stay in the USA longer, we had our visas to be renewed A to be renewed B visas C decided D longer Question 40: Ask anyone whom you think is intersted to join the team A the B anyone whom C to join D is interested Question 41: We insist on you leaving the meeting before any further outbursts take place A leaving B you C further outbursts D before 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 42: He was only able to enter the conservation area after he had shown the proper papers A If he hadn't shown the proper papers, he would not been able to enter the conservation area B He was unable to enter the conservation area without being shown the proper papers C Not showing the proper papers, people didn't allow him to enter the conservation area D Only when he had shown the proper papers was he able to enter the conservation area Question 43: You strictly aren't allowed in the caves after dark A The caves strictly allows you not to enter after dark B Under no circumstances are you allowed in the caves after dark C After the dark, no one strictly allows you to enter the caves D You are too strict to be allowed in the caves after dark Question 44: As soon as it got hot and windy, a forest fire broke out A No sooner had it got hot and windy than a forest fire broke out B A forest fire broke out right after it got hot and windy C A forest fire broke out while it was getting hot and windy D Whenever it got hot and windy, a forest fire broke out Read the following passage 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 from 45 to 50 DUBAI, THE CITY OF GOLD Situated on the coast of the Persian Gulf, Dubai is one of the seven countries that today make up the United Arab Emirates The capital, also named Dubai, was founded at the beginning of the 19 th century, and, because of its (45) location, it rapidly became popular with foreign tradesmen Today, Dubai is a modern, thriving city attracting an increasing (46) of tourists If you come here in the summer, however, be warned The temperature can reach a high of over 47 degrees Celsius, so remember to drink plenty of water Dubai City is where everyone will want to start their sightseeing Of course, you can visit one of the modern shopping malls, but for a completely different (47) go to a souk - a traditional market that you can find in many parts of Dubai, selling clothes, jewellery, food and sculptures One thing you will be expected to is to (48) with the shopkeeper before agreeing on a price It is not just about (49) a bargain, it is part of the culture There is no doubt that Dubai is an exciting place It has been said that it is the fastest growing city in the world, with 800 people setting up home here every day! It really is a futuristic city that will (50) your breath away [From: STARLIGHT 10, Workbook, Virginia Evans, 2011] Question Question Question Question Question Question 45:A major B first 46:A number B amount 47:A occurrence B experience 48:A quarrel B contract 49:A striking B selling 50:A grasp B snatch C prime C sum C event C haggle C dealing C pull The End D super D total D incident D bicker D trading D take SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC (Đề gồm có 04 trang) ƠN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018 MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ ĐỀ 389 Thời gian: 60 phút - khơng tính thời gian giao đề 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 practised B promised C caused D increased Question 2:A brought B sought C thought D lough 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: He was only able to enter the conservation area after he had shown the proper papers A Not showing the proper papers, people didn't allow him to enter the conservation area B If he hadn't shown the proper papers, he would not been able to enter the conservation area C Only when he had shown the proper papers was he able to enter the conservation area D He was unable to enter the conservation area without being shown the proper papers Question 4: As soon as it got hot and windy, a forest fire broke out A A forest fire broke out while it was getting hot and windy B A forest fire broke out right after it got hot and windy C No sooner had it got hot and windy than a forest fire broke out D Whenever it got hot and windy, a forest fire broke out Question 5: You strictly aren't allowed in the caves after dark A After the dark, no one strictly allows you to enter the caves B You are too strict to be allowed in the caves after dark C Under no circumstances are you allowed in the caves after dark D The caves strictly allows you not to enter after dark Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question 6: No one wants to put their neck on the line and predict an outcome A fight shy of incidents B hang themselves C make every effort D risk their lives Question 7: He was jailed for revealing secrets to the enemy A confessing B imparting C concealing D disowning Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions Question 8:A virtual B thirsty C firm D environment Question 9:A heart B guard C palm D square 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 10: When we decided to stay in the USA longer, we had our visas to be renewed A longer B to be renewed C visas D decided Question 11: We insist on you leaving the meeting before any further outbursts take place A you B leaving C before D further outbursts Question 12: Ask anyone whom you think is intersted to join the team A is interested B to join C the D anyone whom Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges Question 13: ~ A: " ." ~ B: "Certainly No problem." A Did you spend all the savings on gambling, Anny? B Would you mind putting these boxes on the rack? C Something is crawling into my dress Help me, Tom D I need some money This is yours with only 50 bucks! Question 14: ~ A:" Would you like a window or any other seat? ~ B: " ." A That depends on the weather B There, next to the exit C Anywhere with fun D Well, I'd like a table for two Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 15 to 21 Diabetes mellitus is a disorder that is marked by elevated blood glucose (commonly referred to as blood sugar) A large portion of the food that we eat is converted by the body into glucose The blood delivers glucose throughout the body, but the hormone insulin is needed in order for it to be transported into most cells Insulin comes from the pancreas If the pancreas does not make sufficient insulin or cells are resistant to its activity of promoting glucose uptake, the blood glucose level becomes elevated Type I diabetes represents approximately 5-10% of diabetic patients, usually has a rapid onset and most frequently manifest in children and adolescents Because the body cannot use dietary glucose, the level in the blood is elevated and excess glucose is lost in the urine, causing weakness, thirst and hunger The treatment for type I diabetes is insulin replacement Type II diabetes is found in some 120 million adults, who are able to produce insulin but the liver and body cells are resistant to its actions Some types of diabetics can be effectively treated with diet alone, but many require our medications Historically, this has been thought of as maturity onset diabetes because it tends to occur after age 50, but there has been a dramatic increase in the number of adolescents with the disease This is thought to be due to increasing obesity and decreased physical activity in this age group The major complication of diabetes is damage to the heart and blood vessels, which can cause heart attacks, strokes, and poor circulation The effects on blood vessels also increase the risk of developing high blood pressure (hypertension) Diabetics have an increased risk of eye disease Damage to the retina associated with diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in adults under age 65 in the US When blood glucose is high, nerve cells swell and scar The disease associated with damage to the nerves outside of the brain and spinal cord referred to as peripheral neuropathy The most common type of neuropathy in diabetics involves impairment of sensory nerves Impaired nerve signals the brain about sensations such as the detection of heat or pain may lead to burns or undetected cuts that can become infected If untreated, infected face and leg ulcers can spread to the bone and may require amputation Burning pain or tingling sensations in the hands, legs and feet are also common Question 15: A diabetic may be forced to have an amputation if A poor circulation develops B infection spreads to the bone C infection begins D hypertension begins Question 16: The treatment for type II diabetes is A increased exercise B insulin replacement C controlling diet D drinking lots of water Question 17: The treatment for type I diabetes is A controlling diet B insulin replacement C increased exercise D drinking lots of water Question 18: A disease damaging nerves outside the brain and spinal cord A diabetes B neuropathy C hypertension D stroke Question 19: Insulin is used to A change food into glucose B make glucose C transport glucose into cells D break down glucose Question 20: Type II diabetes is increasing in adolescents because of A both of these B decreased physical activity C none of these D increased obesity Question 21: The major complication of diabetes is A nerve damage B damage to the heart and blood vessels C damage to the eyes D damage to the kidneys Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 22 to 28 Since the invention of the printing press, news reporting has advanced in leaps and bounds First, the radio was launched in 1910, significantly changing the face of the news by enabling it to be broadcast at any time of day Then, almost two decades later, the television made its debut, allowing viewers to see what was happening all around the world It’s clear that technology is a massive driving force behind culture and society However, nothing has had such a massive impact on news reporting as the rise of the Internet With all the features of print, radio and television combined, the Internet has truly revolutionised the way in which the world receives news Now, information is free, plentiful and instantly accessible as media corporations post new articles 24 hours a day Not only this, but newspapers, radio and television stations are no longer the sole bearers of news Indeed, one survey revealed that the majority of people learn about a breaking news story through a social networking site rather than through mainstream sources As well as enabling consumers to access news with ease, the Internet also allows news to be delivered by individual members of society Through the use of mobile Internet technology, those present at the scene of an incident are able to report on it long before the press have time to arrive This means that the public become the largest contributors of news in the world However, since the Internet is largely unregulated, it flourishes with unreliable information As a result, unverified sources should always be treated with caution The rise of Internet news has seen newspaper sales plummet in recent years, causing many companies to collapse For those journalists lucky enough to remain in the business, it is more cutthroat than ever before With so many ‘citizen journalists’ around, mainstream media must produce a much higher calibre of journalism in order to compete So while the news industry may be suffering, the Internet is certainly good news for billions of across the globe Question 22: What does the writer mean by the phrase “in leaps and bounds”? A profitably B uncontrollably C with high interest D very quickly Question 23: How has the Internet affected news corporations? A Competition is decreasing among journalists B More jobs are now available C They are making less money D It is easier for journalists to write articles Question 24: In paragraph two, what did the survey conclude? A People prefer Internet news because it is free B Internet news forums encourage networking C The Internet has changed the way people receive news D Most people have received breaking news through social media Question 25: What advice does the writer give to the reader? A Contribute to discussions about the news B Try to regulate your Internet usage C Be wary of unofficial news reporting D Use your mobile phone to report news Question 26: In the second sentence of the first paragraph, what does it refer to? A the radio B the printing press C the news D the television Question 27: What is the main purpose of this article? A to encourage people to read more newspapers B to compare broadcast and printed news C to examine the effects of the Internet upon news reporting D to discuss the history of journalism Question 28: The word “plummet” is closest in meaning to A fall suddenly B flourish C increase D grow qiuckly Read the following passage 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 from 29 to 34 DUBAI, THE CITY OF GOLD Situated on the coast of the Persian Gulf, Dubai is one of the seven countries that today make up the United Arab Emirates The capital, also named Dubai, was founded at the beginning of the 19 th century, and, because of its (29) location, it rapidly became popular with foreign tradesmen Today, Dubai is a modern, thriving city attracting an increasing (30) of tourists If you come here in the summer, however, be warned The temperature can reach a high of over 47 degrees Celsius, so remember to drink plenty of water Dubai City is where everyone will want to start their sightseeing Of course, you can visit one of the modern shopping malls, but for a completely different (31) go to a souk - a traditional market that you can find in many parts of Dubai, selling clothes, jewellery, food and sculptures One thing you will be expected to is to (32) with the shopkeeper before agreeing on a price It is not just about (33) a bargain, it is part of the culture There is no doubt that Dubai is an exciting place It has been said that it is the fastest growing city in the world, with 800 people setting up home here every day! It really is a futuristic city that will (34) your breath away [From: STARLIGHT 10, Workbook, Virginia Evans, 2011] Question 29:A first B prime C major D super Question 30:A total B number C amount D sum Question 31:A event B experience C incident D occurrence Question 32:A haggle B bicker C quarrel D contract Question 33:A trading B selling C striking D dealing Question 34:A snatch B take C pull D grasp 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 35: In spite of being elected to office, she remains first and foremost a writer A more than anything else B genuinely C obviously D only Question 36: How long can we last out without food? A endure hard work B manage to stay alive C finish the trip D end up working Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions Question 37: That popular magazine has many A spectators B subscribers C prescriptions D readership Question 38: Thanks for the great weekend! We really had a(n) A fun B good time C enjoyment D hospitality Question 39: How veiy young children acquire their linguistic skills never .to amaze me A ceases B stops C ends D finishes Question 40: The documentary gave him such a .that he gave up smoking immediately A dread B terror C fear D fright Question 41: ~ "Did you see Peter before he left?” ~ "No, and I to say good-bye." A wanted a lot B very wanted C so much wanted D wanted so Question 42: ~ "Jane and Tom are the only ones who didn’t go to the party." ~ "You’re wrong Neither ." A didn’t we B we did C we didn’t D did we Question 43: ~ "Let me know what happens." ~ "Don’t worry You will be the first ." A known B to know C who knows D that knew Question 44: ~ "Why isn’t Tim here yet?" ~ "It be because his mother is ill again." A must B can C should D may Question 45: ~ "Why didn’t you come for the meeting?" ~ "Not informed, how could I?" A being B to be C having been D been Question 46: I’ll take this tie It’s the thing I’m looking for A very B just C sheer D quite Question 47: ~ "Which of Mike’s jokes you think is the funniest?" ~ "The one ." A he made it up last B he made up last C he made up it last D last he made it up Question 48: "She wasn’t impressed with the salary." ~ " , she accepted the position." A On the contrary B Nevertheless C Moreover D In spite of Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions Question 49: Mum begins to sing a song Dad falls asleep A Whenever Mum begins to sing a song, Dad falls asleep B Mum begins to sing a song for Dad to fall asleep C While Mum begins to sing a song, Dad falls asleep D As sson as Dad falls to asleep, Mum begins to sing a song Question 50: Bill made all attempts to finish the account report Finally, he completed it with satisfaction A But for his attempts, the account report could not have been completed with satisfactory result B Making all attempts, Bill knew that the account report could never be completed C Bill's attempts made the account report finally a complete and satisfactory success D If Bill had tried not to complete the account report, it wouldn’t have been completed The End ... may Question 9: ~ "Which of Mike’s jokes you think is the funniest?" ~ "The one ." A last he made it up B he made up it last C he made it up last D he made up last Question 10: That popular magazine... amaze me A stops B ceases C finishes D ends Question 23: ~ "Which of Mike’s jokes you think is the funniest?" ~ "The one ." A last he made it up B he made up last C he made it up last D he made... sheer D quite Question 47: ~ "Which of Mike’s jokes you think is the funniest?" ~ "The one ." A he made it up last B he made up last C he made up it last D last he made it up Question 48: "She wasn’t
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