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TRƯỜNG THPT HÙNG VƯƠNG LẦN 3

1. Đề số 1

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that need correction in each of the following questions

Question 1: Many hundred years ago (A), there were (B) many villages and little (C) towns in (D) England.

Question 2Alike (A) light waves (B), microwaves may be (C) reflected and concentrated (D) elements.

Question 3: Many successful (A) film directions (B) are former (C) actors who desire to expand (D) their experience in the film industry.

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.

       Although the “lie detectors” are being used by governments, police departments, and businesses that all want guaranteed ways of detecting the truth, the results are not always accurate. Lie detectors are properly called emotion detectors, for their aim is to measure bodily changes that contradict what a person says. The polygraph machine records changes in heart rate, breathing, blood pressure, and the electrical activity of the skin (galvanic skin response, or GSR). In the first part of the polygraph test, you are electronically connected to the machine and asked a few neutral questions (“What is your name?”, “Where do you live?”). Your physical reactions serve as the standard (baseline) for evaluating what comes next. Then you are asked a few critical questions among the neutral ones (“When did you rob the bank?”). The assumption is that if you are guilty, your body will reveal the truth, even if you try to deny it. Your heart rate, respiration, and GSR will change abruptly as you respond to the incriminating questions.

       That is the theory; but psychologists have found that lie detectors are simply not reliable. Since most physical changes are the same across all emotions, machines cannot tell whether you are feeling guilty, angry, nervous, thrilled, or revved up form an exciting day. Innocent people may be tense and nervous about the whole procedure. They may react physiologically to a certain word (“bank”) not because they robbed it, but because they recently bounced a check. In either case the machine will record a “lie”. The reverse mistake is also common. Some practiced liars can lie without flinching, and others learn to beat the machine by tensing muscles or thinking about an exciting experience during neutral questions.

Question 4:  What is the main idea of this passage?

A. Lie detectors distinguish different emotions

B. Physical reaction reveal guilty

C. Lie detectors make innocent people nervous

D. How lie detectors are used and their reliability

Question 5:  According to the test, polygraph ________.

A. measure a person’s thoughts

B. always reveal the truth about a person

C. make guilty people angry     

D. record a person’s physical reactions

Question 6: According to the passage, what kind of questions is asked on the first part of the polygraph test?

A. incriminating                   

B. critical

C. emotional                       

D. unimportant

Question 7: The word “ones” in paragraph 1 refers to ______.

A. questions                           

B. reactions

C. standards                           

D. evaluations

Question 8: The word “it” in paragraph 1 refers to ______.

A. the question                       

B. your body

C. the assumption                   

D. the truth

Question 9: The word “assumption” in paragraph 1 could best be replaced with _____.

A. belief                        B. faith

C. statement                 D. imagining

Question 10:  This passage was probably written by a specialist in _____.

A. sociology                       

B. anthropology

C. criminal psychology       

D. mind reading

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to the following questions

Question 11:  The 26th Annual Meeting of the Asia-Pacific Parliamentary Forum (APPF) ______ in Hanoi, our beautiful and peaceful capital city, from January 18th  to 21st, 2018

A. was held                          B. is held

C. is being held                    D. will be held

Question 12: The Meeting of Women Parliamentarians, a part of APPF-26, contributed to strengthening the presence and ______ of women parliamentarians and helping to forge a network connecting them together.

A. influenced                       

B. influencing

C. influence                        

D. influential

Question 13:  National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan said that ______, a large number of women and girls in various areas in the world are being discriminated and subjected to violence.

A. though positive outcomes in gender equality and women empowerment

B. despite of positive outcomes in gender equality and women empowerment

C. in spite positive outcomes in gender equality and women empowerment

D. in spite of positive outcomes in gender equality and women empowerment

Question 14:  In the quarter-final showdown with Malaysia, Cho Jae-wan (Korea Republic) wrote himself into the history books when he found the back of the net just 11.35 seconds into the game – the second ______ goal in any AFC tournament.

A. latest                               

B. worst

C. best                                

D. fastest

Question 15:  Bob was absent; he _____ sick again.

A. shouldn’t have been

B. mustn’t have been

C. must have been

D. should have been

Question 16: Could you ______ me a lift into town?

A. give                    B. get

C. do                      D. make

Question 17: The lack of family support and the committee’s concerns around the design of the proposed statue of the former British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, outside UK Parliament were the key determining factors in ________ this application.

A. breaking up                     

B. turning down

C. taking off                       

D. putting up

Question 18:  I think we’ve come in for a lot of _____ about the impatience of some shop assistants.

A. compliments                     

B. problems

C. complaints                         

D. criticism

Question 19:  Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May was the first world leader ______ Trump at the White House after his inauguration last year.

A. visited                               

B. visiting

C. visit                                   

D. to visit

Question 20:  South African anti-apartheid veteran Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, ex-wife of late President Nelson Mandela, _______ in and out of hospital since 2016 for back and knee surgery.

A. has been being                     

B. has been

C. was                                     

D. had been

Question 21:  Vietnam reached the semi-finals of the AFC U23 Championship 2018 with a penalty shootout win _________ Iraq on Saturday, January 20th , 2018.

A. over                                  B. with

C. against                             D. in

Question 22:  He opened the letter without ______ to read the address on the envelope.

A. caring                               

B. worrying

C. concerning                     

D. bothering

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.

            Pollution is a threat to many species on Earth, but sometimes it can cause species to thrive. Such is the case with Pfiesteria piscicida. A one-celled creature called a dinoflagellate, Pfiesteria inhabits warm coastal areas and river mouths, especially along the eastern United States. Although scientists have found evidence of Pfiesteria in 3,000-year-old sea floor sediments and dinoflagellates are thought to be one of the oldest life forms on earth, few people took notice of Pfiesteria.

Lately, however, blooms – or huge, dense populations – of Pfiesteria are appearing in coastal waters, and in such large concentrations the dinoflagellates become ruthless killers. The blooms emit powerful toxins that weaken and entrap fish that swim into the area. The toxins eventually cause the fish to develop large bleeding sores through which the tiny creatures attack, feasting on blood and flesh. Often the damage is astounding. During a 1991 fish kill, which was blamed on Pfiesteria on North Carolina’s Neuse River, nearly one billion fish died and bulldozers had to be brought in to clear the remains from the river. Of course, such events can have a devastating effect on commercially important fish, but that is just one way that Pfiesteria causes problems. The toxins it emits affect human skin in much the same way as they affect fish skin. Additionally, fisherman and others who have spent time near Pfiesteria blooms report that the toxins seem to get into the air, where once inhaled they affect the nervous system, causing severe headaches, blurred vision, nausea, breathing difficulty, short-term memory loss and even cognitive impairment.

            For a while, it seemed that deadly Pfiesteria blooms were a threat only to North Carolina waters, but the problem seems to be spreading. More and more, conditions along the east coast seem to be favorable for Pfiesteria. Researchers suspect that pollutants such as animal waste from livestock operations, fertilizers washed from farmlands and waste water from mining operations have probably all combined to promote the growth of Pfiesteria in coastal waters.

Question 23:  What is true of Pfiesteria?

A. It seems to flourish in the presence of certain pollutants

B. It has been a menace to fish and humans for over 3000 years.

C. It is the oldest life form on earth

D. In large concentrations, it poses a threat to fish but not to humans.

Question 24: What is the main function of the toxins emitted by the dinoflagellates?

A. They are quick-acting poisons that kill fish within minutes.

B. They weaken the fish just long enough for the tiny creatures to attack

C. They damage the nervous system of potential predators.

D. They cause fish to develop wounds on which creatures feed.

Question 25:  The word “astounding” in the passage is closest in meaning to _______.

A. continual                         

B. incredible

C. spectacular                     

D. apprehensive

Question 26:  What were bulldozers used for in the Neuse River?

A. cleaning up the sediment at the bottom of the river

B. excavating holes to bury the dead fish

C. scooping up the vast number of dead fish in the water

D. removing the huge amount of Pfiesteria from the river

Question 27:  According to the paragraph 2, what will NOT happen if one breathes the toxic air?

A. vomiting                       

B. visual impairments

C. circulatory difficulty      

D. terrible headaches

Question 28: What is especially worrying about Pfiesteria blooms?

A. Conditions are becoming increasingly favourable for their spread                            

B. They are fatal to humans who come in contact with them

C. They have devastated the fishing industry in U.S coastal waters

D. Researchers have no idea as to exactly what causes them

Question 29:  All of the following are true, according to the passage, EXCEPT _____

A. Pfiesteria caused the death of about one billion fish in the late 1990s

B. animal and chemical waste from farmlands, livestock and mining operations may contribute to the expansion of Pfiesteria

C. Pfiesteria was not commonly noticed despite scientific findings                              

D. the toxic subtances emitted by Pfiesteria have a similar effect on human and fish skins

Question 30: In which environment would you NOT expect a Pfiesteria bloom to develop?

A. a marsh which absorbs waste water from a nearby pig farm

B. a river located near a rock quarry

C. a cool mountain lake teeming with fish

D. a river that flows through rich farmland

240735 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 the primary stress in each of the following questions

Question 31:

A. author                 B. electronics

C. exercise               D. candidate

Question 32:

A. maintain               B. disturb

C. offer                    D. announcement

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 33: No vehicle weighing over 3.5 tons is allowed on this bridge, according to traffic signs placed at both ends of the structure

A. corruption                       B. construction

C. connection                      D. confusion

Question 34: The use of lasers in surgery has become relatively commonplace in recent years.

A. comparatively                  B. absolutely

C. relevantly                        D. almost

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 35: The Ministry of Education and training of Vietnam has declared a decree on the new educational program paving the way for foreign educational co-operation and investment.

A. initiating                           B. creating

C. ending                             D. forming

Question 36: If we use robots instead of humans, many people may be out of work

A. employed                           B. jobless

C. inemployed                     D. unemployed           

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 37: I have never listened to jazz music before

A. This is the first jazz music I listen to

B. This is the first time I listen to jazz music

C. This is the first time I have listened to jazz music

D. This is the first time I listened to jazz music

Question 38: Noisy as the hotel was, they stayed there.

A. Much as the hotel was noisy, they stayed there

B. In spite of the noisy hotel and they liked it

C. Despite the hotel was noisy, they stayed there

D. Although the noisy hotel, they stayed there

Question 39: â€œI’ll let you know the answer by the end of this week”, Tom said to Janet

A. Tom offered to give Janet the answer by the end of the week

B. Tom promised to give Janet the answer by the end of the week

C. Tom suggested giving Janet the answer by the end of the week

D. Tom insisted on letting Janet know the answer by the end of the week

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 40:

A. major                  B. native 

C. sailor                   D. applicant

Question 41:

A. circles                 B. symptoms 

C. areas                  D. complaints

Read the 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 blanks

It can take a long time to become successful in your chosen field, however talented you are. One thing you have to be aware of is that you will face criticism along the way. The world is full of people who would rather say something negative than positive. If you’ve made up your (42) ______ to achieve a certain goal, such as writing a novel, don’t let the negative criticism of others prevent you from reaching your target, and let the constructive criticism have a positive effect on your work. If someone says you’re totally in the (43)_______ of talent, ignore them. That’s negative criticism. If, (44)________, someone advises you to revise your work and gives you a good reason for doing so, you should consider their suggestions carefully. There are many film stars who were once out of work . There are many famous novelists who made a complete mess of their first novel – or who didn’t, but had to keep on approaching hundreds of publishers before they could get it (45)_______. Being successful does depend on luck, to a certain extent. But things are more likely to (46)_______ well if you persevere and stay positive.

Question 42:

A. thought             B. mind

C. idea                  D. brain

Question 43:

A. absentee              B. missing

C. lack                     D. shortage

Question 44:

A. hence                   B. however 

C. whereas               D. otherwise

Question 45:

A. publishes                 B. published

C. to publish               D. publish

Question 46:

A. deal with                   B. turn out

C. sail through               D. come into

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 47Mai and Lan are talking about Mai’s new house.

– Lan: “What a lovely house you have!”

– Mai: “_________”

A. I’m glad you like it. Thanks.

B. Thanks. It must be very expensive.

C. You’re welcome

D. Certainly!

Question 48: Lora is talking to Maria about her failure at applying for a job.

– Lora: “______”

– Maria: “Never mind, better luck next time”

A. I have a lot on my mind.

B. I’ve broken your precious vase.

C. I couldn’t keep my mind on work.

D. I didn’t get the vacant position.

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: Vietnam defeated Qatar in AFC U23 Championship semifinal. It marked a new episode in Vietnam’s football history.

A. Vietnam defeated Qatar in AFC U23 Championship semifinal and marked a new episode in Vietnam’s football history.

B. Vietnam defeated Qatar in AFC U23 Championship semifinal that it marked a new episode in Vietnam’s football history.

C. Vietnam defeated Qatar in AFC U23 Championship semifinal then it marked a new episode in Vietnam’s football history.

D. Vietnam defeated Qatar in AFC U23 Championship semifinal, which marked a new episode in Vietnam’s football history.

Question 50: They didn’t have the right visas. They couldn’t legally re-enter Thailand.

A. If they had had the right visas, they could have re-entered Thailand legally.

B. Had they had the right visas, they couldn’t re-entered Thailand legally.

C. Were they to have the right visas, they could re-entered Thailand legally.

D. If they had the right visas, they could re-entere Thailand legally.

ĐÁP ÁN

1

2

3

4

5

C

A

B

D

D

6

7

8

9

10

D

A

D

A

C

11

12

13

14

15

A

C

D

D

C

16

17

18

19

20

A

B

C

D

B

21

22

23

24

25

A

D

A

B

B

26

27

28

29

30

C

C

A

A

C

31

32

33

34

35

B

C

B

A

C

36

37

38

39

40

A

C

A

B

D

41

42

43

44

45

D

B

C

B

B

46

47

48

49

50

B

A

D

D

A

2. Đề số 2

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. preparation           B. susceptible 

C. experiment            D. genetically

Question 2:

A. hesitate                 B. excessive

C. saturate                 D. restrict

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:  Ha Long Bay, the global heritage recognized twice by the UNESCO, remains one of the country’s top attractions.

A. Ha Long Bay was recognized twice by the UNESCO, and as a consequence it remains one of the country’s top attractions.    

B. Ha Long Bay, the global heritage which was recognized twice by the UNESCO, that remains one of the country’s top attractions.    

C. Ha Long Bay, is the global heritage and was recognized twice by the UNESCO, remains one of the country’s top attractions.    

D. It is Ha Long Bay, the global heritage recognized twice by the UNESCO, that remains one of the country’s top attractions.

Question 4:  â€œWhat a novel idea for the farewell party” said Nam to the monitor.

A. Nam exclaimed with admiration at the novel idea for the farewell party of the monitor.

B. Nam admired the novel idea for the farewell party.

C. Nam thought over the novel idea for the farewell party.

D. Nam said that it was a novel idea of the monitor for the farewell party.

Question 5:  We should have our school’s swimming pool cleaned before the summer begins because it is looking dirty.

A. Our school’s swimming pool should be cleaned regularly because of its dirtiness.

B. We should clean our school’s swimming pool at the beginning of the summer because it is looking dirty.

C. We had better get our school swimming pool cleaned before the summer begins because of its dirtiness.

D. Due to the impurity of our school swimming pool, we should have someone clean it as soon as possible.

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the best option for each of the blanks

Women are much healthier when they (6) ______ it easy, reveals a new survey. Those who work long hours are more likely than men to (7) ______ in unhealthy behavior such as eating snacks, smoking and drinking caffeine. (Long hours have no such impact on men). One positive benefit of long hours for both sexes, however, is that alcohol (8) ______ is reduced.

The study (9) ______ by the Economic and Social Research Council is part of a wider study by psychologists from the University of Leeds into the effects of stress on eating. “Stress causes people to (10) ______ for unhealthy high fat and high-sugar snacks in preference to healthier food choice” says researcher Dr. Daryl of the University of Leeds.

Question 6:

A. make                    B. feel

C. take                      D. get

Question 7:

A. indulge                 B. interest  

C. develop                 D. participate

Question 8:

A. beverage               B. consumption

C. expenditure            D. sales

Question 9:

A. funding                B. which funds

C. funded                 D. which funded

Question 10:

A. choose                B. select

C. decide                 D. opt

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.

Question 11:  When two people get married, it is with the assumption that their feelings for each other are immutable and will never alter.

A. constantly                   B. alterable

C. unchangeable              D. everlasting

Question 12:  That the genetic differences make one race superior to another is nothing but a tall story.

A. cynical                        B. unbelievable

C. untrue                        D. exaggeration

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress in each of the following questions.

Question 13:

A. certainly             B. marvelous

C. counseling           D. persuasive

Question 14:

A. represent            B. systematic

C. detrimental          D. fulfillment

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.

Question 15:  Golf wear has become a very lucrative business for both the manufacturers and golf stars.

A. unprofitable                B. impoverished 

C. inexpensive                 D. unfavorable

Question 16:  Unless you get your information from a credible website, you should doubt the veracity of the facts until you have confirmed them else where.

A. inexactness                 B. falsehoodness

C. unaccuracy                  D. unfairness

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.

The end of the nineteenth century and the early years of the twentieth century were marked by the development of an international Art Nouveau style, characterized by sinuous lines, floral and vegetable motifs, and soft evanescent coloration. The Art Nouveau style was an eclectic one, bringing together elements of Japanese art, motifs of ancient cultures, and natural forms. The glass objects of this style were elegant in outline, although often deliberately distorted, with pale or iridescent surfaces. A favored device of the style was to imitate the iridescent surface seen on ancient glass that had been buried. Much of the Art Nouveau glass produced during the years of its greatest popularity had been generically termed “art glass.” Art glass was intended for decorative purposes and relied for its effect on carefully chosen color combinations and innovative techniques.

France produced a number of outstanding exponents of the Art Nouveau style; among the most celebrated was Emile Galle (1846-1904). In the United States, Louis Comfort Tiffany (1843-1933) was the most noted exponent of this style, producing a great variety of glass forms and surfaces, which were widely copied in their time and are highly prized today. Tiffany was a brilliant designer, successfully combining ancient Egyptian, Japanese, and Persian motifs.

The Art Nouveau style was a major force in the decorative arts from 1895 until 1915, although its influence continued throughout the mid-1920’s.It was eventually to be overtaken by a new school of thought known as Functionalism that had been present since the turn of the century. At first restricted to a small avant-garde group of architects and designers, Functionalism emerged as the dominant influence upon designers after the First World War. The basic tenet of the movement-that function should determine form-was not a new concept. Soon a distinct aesthetic code evolved: from should be simple, surfaces plain, and any ornament should be based on geometric relationships. This new design concept, coupled with the sharp postwar reactions to the styles and conventions of the preceding decades, created an entirely new public taste which caused Art Nouveau types of glass to fall out of favor. The new taste demanded dramatic effects of contrast, stark outline and complex textural surfaces.

Question 17:  What does paragraph 1 mainly discuss?

A. Design elements in the Art Nouveau style

B. The popularity of the Art Nouveau style

C. Production techniques for art glass

D. Color combinations typical of the Art Nouveau style

Question 18:  The word “one” refers to______.

A. century.                       B. development. 

C. style.                           D. coloration.

Question 19:  Para.1 mentions that Art Nouveau glass was sometimes similar to which aspect of ancient buried glass______.

A. The distortion of the glass  

B. The appearance of the glass surface

C. The shapes of the glass objects

D. The size of the glass objects

Question 20:  The word “overtaken” in line 19 is closest in meaning to______.

A. surpassed                    B. inclined  

C. expressed                    D. applied

Question 21:  What does the author mean by stating that “function should determine form”?

A. A useful object should not be attractive.

B. The purpose of an object should influence its form.

C. The design of an object is considered more significant than its function.

D. The form of an object should not include decorative elements.

Question 22:  It can be inferred from the passage that one reason Functionalism became popular was that it______.

A. clearly distinguished between art and design

B. appealed to people who liked complex painted designs

C. reflected a common desire to break from the past

D. was easily interpreted by the general public

Question 23:  Paragraph 3 supports which of the following statements about Functionalism?

A. Its design concept avoided geometric shapes.

B. It started on a small scale and then spread gradually.

C. It was a major force in the decorative arts before the First World War.

D. It was not attractive to architects all designers.

Question 24:  According to the passage, an object made in the Art Nouveau style would most likely include ______.

A. a flowered design. 

B. bright colors. 

C. modern symbols.

D. a textured surface.

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1

2

3

4

5

C

A

D

A

C

6

7

8

9

10

C

A

B

C

D

11

12

13

14

15

C

B

D

D

A

16

17

18

19

20

A

B

C

B

A

21

22

23

24

25

B

C

B

A

D

26

27

28

29

30

C

A

D

B

D

31

32

33

34

35

B

D

A

C

B

36

37

38

39

40

D

B

C

C

B

41

42

43

44

45

A

D

B

C

A

46

47

48

49

50

C

B

D

A

C

3. Đề số 3

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 1 to 5.

Most people will come across money problems at some time in their lives. It often happens when they are students and they have to do a part-time job in order to make (1) ___ meet. This can be (2) _____, but sometimes it is the only way to survive. However, living on a (3) _____ budget is good training for the future. Everyone should learn to live within their (4)_____. Unfortunately, some people have totally unrealistic goals and think that one day they will have lots of money to pay off their debts.  Then they can become very depressed when they fail to achieve those goals. 

So, if you want to (5) ____ it in this world, you need to work hard and to have some good luck, too.

Question 1.

A. bits                 B. lines

C. pieces             D. ends

Question 2.

A. conventional   B. exhausting

C. exhaustive      D. meaningful

Question 3.

A. tight                B. short

C. standard          D. firm

Question 4.

A. salaries            B. money

C. means              D. values

Question 5.

A. do                   B. make

C. get                  D.  have

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. She came for Christmas laden with gifts for everyone.

A. later                   B. provided

C. unloaded            D. lift

Question 7. He takes his dates to intimate restaurants where there is candlelight.

A. quiet                   B. noisy 

C. dark                    D. large and brightly lit

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 8. She was overcome by chagrin at the checkout couter when she discovered  she had left her wallet at home.

A. anger

B. poverty

C. embarrassment 

D. challenge

Question 9. The space shuttle covered vast distances.

A. very                        B. varying 

C. huge                        D. hard

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

Question 10. Here’s a photo of the hotel _______ we stay in when we were in Beijing.

A. where                     B. which

C. why                        D. who

Question 11. The robber was sent to ______ prison for a total of three years.

A. Ã˜                            B. the

C. a                             D. an

Question 12. Did you remember  ________ Tim about the party?

A. to tell                      B. telling 

C. tell                          D. told

Question 13. I _______ go on a diet if I was fat , but I’m not.

A. will                         B. should

C. can                         D. would

Question 14. They ________  the play last night as they went to a football match instead.

A. couldn’t see

B. might have seen 

C. mustn’t have seen 

D. can’t have seen

Question 15. The  _______ of the house is ideal, with the living room over looking the bay.

A. site                          B. position

C. place                        D. location

Question 16.  I’m asking for your ___________.

A. forgiving                  B. forgivable

C. forgiveness              D. forgive 

Question 17. Those reality shows really _______ on my nerves.

A. take                        B. test 

C. get                          D. give

Question 18. â€˜ You’re very clever!’

                      ‘ Thanks , but I get embarrassed when people ______ me compliments’

A. give                        B. pay

C. make                       D. say

Question 19. Buy me a newspaper on your way back,__________?

A. do you                    B. will you

C. have you                 D. don’t you

Question 20. A _______ in journalism can be quite rewarding.

A. work                       B. job

C. post                        D. career

Question 21. You were going to apply for the job , and then you decided not to . So what _______?

A. put you off             B. put you out

C. turned you off        D. turned you away 

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. Liz is asking Andrew about the seat.

Liz: ” Do you mind if I sit here? “

Andrew: “Not at all._________ “

A.  Be my guest.

B. I’d be glad to.

C. Fire away, I’m all ears.

D. Now you’re taking.

Question 23. Jenny and her classmates are talking about the next exams .

Jenny: “Do you think you’ll pass the exam ?

John : “I don’t know. _________.

A. How should I know. 

B. I’m having second thoughts.

C. I’m going to give it all I’ve got.

D. I’m keeping my fingers crossed.

ĐÁP ÁN

1

2

3

4

5

D

B

A

B

B

6

7

8

9

10

C

C

C

C

B

11

12

13

14

15

A

A

D

D

D

16

17

18

19

20

C

C

A

B

C

21

22

23

24

25

C

A

C

A

C

26

27

28

29

30

B

B

A

D

A

31

32

33

34

35

C

C

B

D

D

36

37

38

39

40

C

C

B

B

B

41

42

43

44

45

C

B

D

D

D

46

47

48

49

50

C

B

D

C

B

4. Đề số 4

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable respone to complete each of the following exchanges.

Question 1. Helen and Mary are talking about Mary’s result at school.

– Helen: “Your parents must be proud of your result at school!”

– Mary: “                             .”

A. Thanks. It’s certainly encouraging

B. I’m glad you like it

C. Sorry to hear that

D. Of course

Question 2. Laura and David are talking about the benefits of swimming.

– Laura: “I think swimming helps us exercise all our muscles.”

– David: “                             .”

A. You can do it. Thanks anyway

B. There is no doubt about it

C. Not at all.You can make it

D. Yes, swimming does, too

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentence in the following questions.

Question 3. The coffee was very strong. He couldn’t drink it.

A. The coffee was so strong that he could drink it.

B. He couldn’t drink the strong coffee before.

C. The coffee was not weak enough for him to drink.

D. The coffee was too strong for him to drink.

Question 4. I met the workers. Reporters interviewed them last week.

A. I met the workers because reporters interviewed them last week.

B. I met the workers who interviewed reporters last week.

C. I met the workers who were interviewed by reporters last week.

D. I met reporters who interviewed workers last week.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions

Question 5. Punctuality is imperative in your new job.

A. Being efficient

B. Being courteous

C. Being cheerful

D. Being late

Question 6. Travel insurance is sometimes mistaken for temporary health insurance, but the two are actually different.

A. mutable                  B. permanent

C. passing                   D. transitory

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 7. She wishes that we didn’t send her the candy yesterday because she’s on a diet.

A. didn’t send             B. because

C. on                         D. her the candy

Question 8. He used to smoking a cigar after meal but now he quit smoking because he has got some respiratory problem.

A. after                        B. used to smoking

C. because                   D. smoking

Question 9. It is such difficult a lesson that we can’t understand it.

A. such                        B. it

C. a                             D. can’t

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 10. My cousin tends to look on the bright side in any circumstance.

A. be confident           B. be optimistic

C. be pessimistic         D. be smart

Question 11. Domestic chores will no longer be a burden thanks to the inventions of laborsaving devices.

A. Official                   B. Household

C. Foreign                  D. Schooling

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.

THE PEOPLE BEHIND THE MUSIC

Think for a moment about the last music album you bought. Most likely, you’ll think of the singer or band that made you want to buy the album. You might even know the name of the guitar player or the drummer. Those talented performers, however, are only some of the people in the music industry work behind the scenes, but the roles they play in the musical progress are very important.

Songwriters: Songs begin with the songwriter. Some songwriters work alone, but many work in teams that combine the talents of a lyricist, who writes the words to songs, and an instrumentalist, often a piano player or guitarist, who writes the music. Many of today’s pop stars work with songwriters. For example, some of Lady Gaga’s biggest hits were written by Nadir Khayat, also known “RedOne”. Some songwriting teams have become very famous, such as Mike Stock, Matt Aitken, and Pete Waterman, who were responsible for many big 1980s pop hits.

Arrangers: After a song has been written, music arrangers make it more appealing by deciding which instruments will be used, what tempo, or speed, the song will have, and whether the song should have a lower or higher pitch. A good arrangement can bring a song to life and make it a classic.

Studio Musicians: Not every singer or instrumentalist can be a star, and many work in the background as studio musicians. These artists are not a part of any one musical group.

Instead, they are hired for recording sessions that eventually become the albums you buy, as well as soundtracks for television shows, movies, and radio ads.

Recording Engineers: Recording engineers also play a major role in creating the final sound that you hear. First, these engineers set up the recording studio, the room where the performers play, placing musicians and microphones in exactly the right places to get the best sound. Next, they use electronic equipment, such multi-track recorders, to capture the music. Finally, long after the musicians have gone home, recording engineers use a mixing board to balance the melodies and rhythms of each musician, and sometimes to incorporate special sound effects or additional tracks.

Many people make a living with music. You may not recognize all of their names, but all of them work together to create the songs you love to listen to.

Question 12. Which piece of equipment is used at the end of the recording process?

A. a multi-track recorder         B. a guitar or piano

C. a mixing board                   D. a microphone

Question 13. Which sentence is NOT true about studio musicians?

A. They work in the recording studio.

B. They earn money for each session that they do.

C. They are not as famous as the artists they play for.

D. They usually support or play for the same artist.

Question 14. Which of the following do music arrangers probably NOT do?

A. decide the price of the CD

B. decide how fast or slow a song will be

C. decide which instrument to use

D. decide which pitch to use

Question 15. The word “classic” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to                    .

A. a traditional song               B. a famous song

C. a lively song                      D. a modern song

Question 16. Which statement would the author probably agree with?

A. Studio musicians would be more successful as members of one musical group.

B. It is important to buy albums made by performing artists who are not yet famous.

C. Having a famous person sing a song will usually make it successful.

D. People are often unaware of the amount of work that goes into creating music.

Question 17. Why does the author mention Lady Gaga?

A. to give an example of a star who works with a songwriter.

B. to explain why she does not write her own songs.

C. to compare her with other talented songwriters.

D. to persuade readers to buy her music.

Question 18. The article is mainly about                 .

A. people who play a background role in creating music

B. pop stars who write the biggest hits

C. songwriting teams who combine their talents

D. instrumentalists who work as hired musicians

ĐÁP ÁN

1

2

3

4

5

A

B

D

C

D

6

7

8

9

10

B

A

B

A

B

11

12

13

14

15

B

C

D

A

B

16

17

18

19

20

D

A

A

A

B

21

22

23

24

25

C

A

D

A

A

26

27

28

29

30

B

C

D

D

A

31

32

33

34

35

A

D

B

B

A

36

37

38

39

40

C

D

D

C

D

41

42

43

44

45

A

C

A

D

B

46

47

48

49

50

C

D

A

A

B

5. Đề số 5

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 following questions.

According to anthropologists, people in pre-industrial societies spent 3 to 4 hours per day or about 20 hours per week doing the work necessary for life. Modern comparison of the amount of work performed per week, however, began with the Industrial Revolution (1760-1840) when 10 to 12-hour workdays with six workdays per week were the norm. Even with extensive time devoted to work, however, both incomes and standards of living were low. As incomes rose near the end of the Industrial Revolution, it became increasingly common to treat Saturday afternoons as a half-day holiday. The half- day holiday had become standard practice in Britain by the 1870s, but did not become common in the United States until the 1920s.

 In the United States, the first third of the twentieth century saw the workweek move from 60 hours per week to just under 50 hours by the start of the 1930s. In 1914 Henry Ford reduced daily work hours at his automobile plants from 9 to 8. In 1926 he announced that henceforth his factories would close for the entire day on Saturday. At the time, Ford received criticism from other firms such as United States Steel and Westinghouse, but the idea was popular with workers.

 The Depression years of the 1930s brought with them the notion of job sharing to spread available work around; the workweek dropped to a modem low for the United States of 35 hours. In 1938 the Fair Labor Standards Act mandated a weekly maximum of 40 hours to begin in 1940, and since that time the 8-hour day, 5-day workweek has been the standard in the United States. Adjustments in various places, however, show that this standard is not immutable. In 1987, for example, German metalworkers struck for and received a 37.5-hour workweek; and in 1990 many workers in Britain won a 37-hour week. Since 1989, the Japanese government has moved from a 6 to a 5-day workweek and has set a national target of 1,800 work hours per year for the average worker. The average amount of work per year in Japan in 1989 was 2,088 hours per worker, compared to 1,957 for the United States and 1,646 for France.

Question 1: What does the passage mainly discuss?

A. Why people in preindustrial societies worked few hours per week

B. Changes that have occurred In the number of hours that people work per week

C. A comparison of the number of hours worked per year in several industries

D. Working conditions during the Industrial Revolution

Question 2: Compared to preindustrial times, the number of hours in the workweek in the nineteenth century

A. remained constant

B. decreased slightly

C. decreased significantly

D. increased significantly

Question 3: The word “henceforth” in line 11 is closest in meaning to

A. in the end

B. for a brief period

C. from that time on

D. on occasion

Question 4: The “idea” mentioned in line 13 refers to

A. the 60-hour workweek

B. the reduction in the cost of automobiles

C. the reduction in the workweek at some automobile factories

D. the criticism of Ford by United States Steel and Westinghouse

Question 5: What is one reason for the change in the length of the workweek for the average worker in the United States during the 1930’s?

A. Several people sometimes shared a single job.

B. Labor strikes in several countries influenced labor policy in the United states.

C. Several corporations increased the length of the workweek.

D. The United States government instituted a 35-hour workweek.

Question 6: Which of the following is mentioned as one of the purposes of the Fair Labor Standards Art of 1938?

A. To discourage workers from asking for increased wages

B. To establish a limit on the number of hours in the workweek      

C. To allow employers to set the length of the workweek for their workers

D. To restrict trade with countries that had a long workweek

Question 7: The word “immutable” in line 18 is closest in meaning to

A. unmatched                B. irregular

C. unnecessary              D. unchangeable

Mark the tetter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is CLOSEST in meaning to the sentence(s) given in each of the following questions.

Question 8: “You should have returned the book to me before I asked you to”, the girl said to her younger brother.

A. The girl blamed her younger brother for returning the book late.

B. The girl advised her younger brother to return the book early.

C. The girl told her younger brother to return the book when she asked.

D. The girl wanted to have the book returned to her younger brother soon.

Question 9: You are breaking up a bit. I will call you back.

A. I can’t understand why you’re breaking up a bit, so I will call back.

B. I will call back to know why you two are breaking up.    

C. I will call you back because I can’t hear you clearly.

D. I will call back to say goodbye.

Question 10: It’s my shout this time! Waitress!

A. I will shout at the waitress.

B. I will pay for the drinks.

C. I have to call the waitress loudly.

D. The waitress does not seem to hear me well.

Question 11: Our company holds the monopoly over the import of these chemicals.

A. Our company is one of the few companies allowed to import these chemicals.

B. Ours is the only company allowed to import these chemicals.

C. All companies but ours are allowed to import these chemicals.

D. These exported chemicals are held by our company, which is monopoly.

Question 12: “Go on, Susan! Apply for the job,” the father said.

A. The father forced Susan to apply for the job.

B. The father asked Susan to applying for the job.

C. The father wanted Susan not to apply for the job.

D. The father encouraged Susan to apply for the job.

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 13:

A. cursed                      B. ragged

C. sacred                      D. compiled

Question 14:

A. desperate                  B. irritate

C. grateful                     D. frustrate

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to choose the word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.

Since the time of Nostradamus, meteorologists have been trying to decipher the mystery of climatic changes. Their objective has been to be able to precisely (15)______ the weather for the days to come. In the past, meteorologists looked skywards to find hints in the clouds. At present, their eyes are directed at the spots (16)______the most intriguing climatic transformations (17)______ about, namely, the ultimate depths of the oceans where swirls, whirlpools and waves generate the patterns for the future weather.

The most efficient way of (18)_____ hold of the ever changing map of the swirling currents circulating their heat around the planet is from space. Weather satellites equipped (19)_____complicated instruments examine the surface and the bottom of the oceans and determine the exact height of water. The impressive advantage offered by satellite scanning is that measurements can be (20)_____even in the most inaccessible parts of the oceans and can provide daily pictures of the water surface together with the calculated wave height and wind speed.

Question 15:

A. unravel                     B. perceive

C. forecast                    D. explore

Question 16:

A. when                        B. where 

C. what                         D. why

Question 17:

A. come                        B. turn

C. bring                         D. get

Question 18:

A. getting                      B. coming

C. finding                       D. making

Question 19:

A. by                            B. with

C. in                             D. of

Question 20:

A. done                      B. formed

C. fulfilled                   D. taken

ĐÁP ÁN

1

2

3

4

5

B

D

C

C

A

6

7

8

9

10

B

D

A

C

B

11

12

13

14

15

B

D

D

A

C

16

17

18

19

20

B

A

A

B

D

21

22

23

24

25

D

B

C

B

D

26

27

28

29

30

C

A

C

B

B

31

32

33

34

35

A

D

C

B

C

36

37

38

39

40

A

D

A

D

B

41

42

43

44

45

C

A

D

A

A

46

47

48

49

50

D

A

A

D

D

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