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TRƯỜNG THPT NGỌC HỔI

ĐỀ THI GIỮA HỌC KỲ I NĂM HỌC 2021 – 2022

Môn TIẾNG ANH 12

Thời gian: 45 phút

1. Đề số 1

Task 1. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others.

Question 1: A. laugh B. enough C. high D. cough

Question 2: . provide B. information C. consuming D. social

Task 2. Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from that of the others.

Question 3: A. positive B. dominant C. various D. authentic

Question 4: A. community B. social C. potential D. impossible

Task 3. Choose the answer which best fits each space in each sentence.

Question 5: Some ethnic groups have strange ______ such as walking on the fire to prevent natural disasters.

A. practices B. customs C. national prides D. behaviors

Question 6: People living in a (an) _____ society should respect and understand different cultural values.

A. mixed B. multicultural C. multi-language D. multi-religious

Question 7: Since I left Venezuela six years ago, I _________ to visit friends and family several times.

A. return B. am returning C. have returned D. have been returning

Question 8: I feel _________ I did yesterday.

A. much more tired than B. many more tired than

C. as many tired as D. as more tired as

Question 9: He has taken it _________ that his friends would be kind to him.

A. for granted B. into account C. for grant D. into consideration

Question 10: _________ the final score, I’m sure this will be an exciting game.

A. In spite of B. Regardless of C. Apart from D. Except for

Question 11: Although the first printed books had appeared long before in China, the term “mass media” we use today was _________ the creation of print media, which started in Europe in the Middle Ages.

A. coined with B. created C. coined by D. published with

Question 12: In the early 21st century, with the explosion of mobile communication technology, the mobile phone has emerged as new and unique channel.

A. appeared B. disappeared C. came in D. arrived

Question 13: Williams is working _________ an export company. He intends to apply _________ another job because he is not satisfied _________ the salary.

A. in/ on/ at B. for/ for/ with C. at/ out/ into D. from/ on/ for

Question 14: His brother refuses to even listen to anyone else’s point of view. He’s very _________.

A. open-minded B. kind-hearted C. narrow-minded D. absent-minded

Task 4. Give the correct form of the word in the brackets.

Question 15: The government __________ its responsibility in the leakage of confidential information. (NEGATE)

Question 16: In an _________ world, people have to change to get into the swing of the environment. (EVOLVE)

Question 17: Many _________ policies have come into force to boost the economic development. (BUSINESS)

Task 5. Identify one underlined part in each sentence that needs correcting.

Question 18: Before the newspaper became widespread, a town crier had walked throughout a village or town singing along the news.

A. crier B. singing along C. had walked D. widespread

Question 19: Human memory, formerly was believed to be rather inefficient, is really much more sophisticated than that of a computer.

A. Human memory B. was believed C. inefficient D. a

Question 20: Jane’s friends insist that she will stay at their house when she visits Toronto next weekend.

A. will stay B. at C. visits D. next weekend

Task 6. Read the following text and fill each gap with a word from the box.

ancestors controversial superstition rituals

generations authorities proud expressions

While people’s cultural identity is undoubtedly always protected and regarded as their most important characteristic, its expressions can sometimes be inappropriate, particularly in today’s modern society. In the age of increased globalisation, some festivals include (21) _________ that are considered too old-fashioned and obviously need to be modified.

An example is the (22) ___________ pig-slaughter festival in a village in northern Viet Nam. There has been outrage in the country and other parts of the world as shocking photos and videos have shown the pigs getting tied down and sliced in half. According to ancient beliefs, this festival is celebrated to pray for good luck and fortune in the new year.

The pig-slaughter ceremony has taken place in the village for many centuries. The older (23) _________ insist on continuing this so-called ‘cultural’ practice and have argued that they are keeping the traditions of their (24)_______ alive. They also say it does not break the law and should be decided by the villagers.

Concerns about this backward festival have been raised not only by international animal rights groups, but also by the (25) _________.They have called on villagers to make certain adjustments to the ceremony. A government spokesperson has also expressed disapproval of cultural practices that are based on superstition and barbarian practices.

Ultimately, traditions will have to undergo changes as societies become more modern and develop new values and symbols. While it is important to preserve traditions and customs, communities should make sure that the rituals are in harmony with current social beliefs, strengthen their sense of belonging, and make people (26) _________of their cultural identity.

Task 7. Read the text about urbanisation. Based on the information in the text, decide whether the following statements are true (T), false (F), or not given (NG). Tick the boxes.

Urbanisation programmes are being carried out in many parts of the world, especially in densely populated regions with limited land and resources. It is the natural outcome of economic development and industrialisation. It has brought a lot of benefits to our society. However, it also poses various problems for local authorities and town planners in the process of maintaining sustainable urbanisation, especially in developing countries.

When too many people cram into a small area, urban infrastructure can’t be effective. There will be a lack of livable housing, energy and water supply. This will create overcrowded urban districts with no proper facilities.

Currently, fast urbanisation is taking place predominantly in developing countries where sustainable urbanisation has little relevance to people’s lives. Their houses are just shabby slums with poor sanitation. Their children only manage to get basic education. Hence, the struggle for survival is their first priority rather than anything else. Only when the quality of their existence is improved, can they seek for other high values in their life.

Thus, sustainable urbanisation in different regions should start from different levels. For more developed regions, the focus could be on achieving a more sustainable urban life. But for less developed regions, urban development should really start with the provision of the basic human needs such as sufficient energy, clean water, housing with proper sanitation, and access to effective social infrastructure.

Question 27: Urbanisation is the natural product of economic development and industrialisation. _____

Question 28: The advantages of urbanisation outweigh its disadvantages. _____

Question 29: Slum dwellers in developing countries understand the meaning of sustainable urbanisation. ______

Question 30: The struggle for survival is the most important thing for poor people in developing countries. ______

Question 31: Different regions should deal with different tasks to achieve sustainable urbanisation. _____

Task 8. Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first.

Question 32: You haven’t explained exactly how the money disappeared. (ACCOUNTED)

=> ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Question 33: The lesson is difficult. We try hard. (HARDER)

=> …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Question 34: The whole summer was sunny and warm, for a change. (WHICH)

=> ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Question 35: A country cannot be prosperous if it’s not quite independent. (ONLY)

=> ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Task 9. Listen to the information about the “Social Networking” and write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS to fill the gaps.

What is the big deal with social networking? I don’t understand it. I know a lot about computers. I spend (36) _________ every day on computers. I also have a lot of friends. But I don’t see the point of social networks. I joined Facebook but couldn’t be bothered to (37) _________. I can’t see a single use of this site. Most of what I’ve heard about it isn’t so good. Putting too much (38) _________ on this site isn’t a wise idea. I’ve also experimented with Twitter, but again, I don’t really see what use it has. I suppose it’s good to tell the world what’s happening in countries that (39) _________ people’s freedom. My idea of social networking is meeting people (40) _________ and talking to them.

ĐÁP ÁN

Question 1

C

Question 10

B

Question 19

B

Question 28

NG

Question 2

D

Question 11

A

Question 20

A

Question 29

F

Question 3

D

Question 12

A

Question 21

rituals

Question 30

T

Question 4

B

Question 13

B

Question 22

controversial

Question 31

T

Question 5

B

Question 14

C

Question 23

generations

Question 36

a long time

Question 6

B

Question 15

negated

Question 24

ancestors

Question 37

make my profile

Question 7

C

Question 16

ever-evolving

Question 25

authorities

Question 38

personal information

Question 8

A

Question 17

pro-business

Question 26

proud

Question 39

take away

Question 9

A

Question 18

B

Question 27

T

Question 40

face to face

Question 32. You haven’t accounted exactly for the disappearance of the money.

Question 33. The more difficult the lesson is, the harder we try.

Question 34. The whole summer was sunny and warm, which was a change.

Question 35. Only when a country is quite independent can it be prosperous.

2. Đề số 2

Task 1. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others.

Question 1: A. assimilate B. integrate C. certificate D. eliminate

Question 2: A. unify B. cyberbullying C. lifestyle D. typical

Task 2. Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from that of the others.

Question 3: A. curious B. willing C. cultural D. diverse

Question 4: A. globalisation B. multicultural C. documentary D. intellectual

Task 3. Choose the answer which best fits each space in each sentence.

Question 5: Millions of teenagers around the world are _________ to computers and video games.

A. addicted B. adsorbed C. interested D. fond

Question 6: Young people like _________ because of its speed, convenience and privacy.

A. social networking B. instant messaging C. mass media D. emails

Question 7: The efforts for the advancement of women have resulted _________ several respectively achievement in women’s life and work.

A. at B. with C. for D. in

Question 8: While I am waiting _________ my bus, I often listen _________ music.

A. on/ at B. for/ to C. toward/ about D. upon/ in

Question 9: _________ you ever _________ on TV before you part in this reality show?

A. Had – appeared/ took B. Did – appear/ took

C. Had – appeared/ had taken D. Have – appeared/ take

Question 10: He said that his father had cut down on the number of print newspapers and magazines.

A. reduced B. increased C. detected D. raised

Question 11: The Vietnamese people still follow the _________ of giving lucky money to children during the Tet Holidays.

A. custom B. practice C. costume D. ritual

Question 12: Migrants may lose their cultural diversity as they became _________ into the new community.

A. assimilated B. integrated C. mixed D. merged

Question 13: Mary _________ in the library all morning. She _________ three essays.

A. has read/ has written B. reads/ has written

C. has been reading/ has written D. has been reading/ has been writing

Question 14: It is becoming _________ for me to keep up the other students in my class.

A. the most difficult B. more difficult and more difficult

C. more and more difficult D. as difficult as

Task 4. Give the correct form of the word in the brackets.

Question 15: In this modern day, you have to keep yourself _____ so as not to lag behind others. (DATE)

Question 16: ________ of violence has been possible by means of television. (DOCTRINE)

Question 17: The advent of Internet is an important __________ in human history. (MARK)

Task 5. Identify one underlined part in each sentence that needs correcting.

Question 18: Photographs from a satellite are frequently used to generate the information is needed to produce a map.

A. are B. used C. generate D. is needed

Question 19: Solar energy can also be used for day light, cooking, heating and helping plants grow.

A. can also B. day light C. and helping D. grow

Question 20: Parents’ choice for their children’s names are based on names of their relatives or ancestors.

A. choice B. their C. are based D. relatives

Task 6. Complete the text with the correct form of the words in the box.

Zuckerberg was born on May 14, 1984, in White Plains, New York. His parents are Karen, a psychiatrist, and Edward Zuckerberg, a dentist. He and his three sisters, Randi, Donna and Arielle, were (21) …………… in Dobbs Ferry, New York, a small Westchester County village about 21 miles north of Midtown Manhattan. Zuckerberg was raised in a Reform Jewish (22) ……………, and his ancestors hailed from Germany, Austria and Poland.

At Ardsley High School, Zuckerberg excelled in classes. After two years, he transferred to the private school Phillips Exeter Academy, in New Hampshire, where he won prizes in mathematics, astronomy, physics, and classical studies. In his (23) ……………, he also attended the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth summer camp. On his college application, Zuckerberg stated that he could read and write French, Hebrew, Latin, and ancient Greek. He was captain of the fencing team.

Zuckerberg began using computers and writing software in middle school. His father taught him Atari BASIC Programming in (24) …………… 1990s, and later hired software developer David Newman to tutor him privately. Zuckerberg took a graduate course in the subject at Mercy College near his home while still in high school. On February 4, 2004, Zuckerberg (25) …………… Facebook from his Harvard dormitory room.

Question 21: A. grown up B. done up C. brought up D. taken up

Question 22: A. house B. home C. homestay D. household

Question 23: A. young B. youth C. yours D. youngster

Question 24: A. about B. some C. the D. x

Question 25: A. launched B. opened C. started D. publicize

Task 7. 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.

Learning to Love Locally Grown Food

Cooking shows on TV are usually all about exotic foods. Thanks to globalization, people everywhere are introducing their taste buds to dishes from every corner of the world. At the same time, other people are discovering that food from their area is the best kept secret. In the past few years, this movement of purchasing local produce keeps picking up steam because it offers a lot of benefits.

For starters, local food is often tastier because it is fresher. Goods that are imported from abroad must be flown or shipped in from far away, so they naturally lose some of their freshness during the journey. A simple way to test this is to sample a banana from overseas versus one that was grown locally and compare the tastes. Imported goods must also be washed and packaged in plastic or other containers so they can survive the journey. These materials may cause the nutritional value of these goods to decline during the shipping process. Food safety is another reason why people are choosing local produce. Today’s laws regarding foods vary from country to country. This causes confusion and makes it difficult to detect if any harmful pesticides were used. When you know the local farmer who grows your food and the fields that are used to produce it, the chances of it being contaminated are greatly reduced. Buying local foods can also have beneficial impact on the environment. By supporting local growers, consumers can maintain green space and farmland in their communities.

Buying locally also helps to build the local community. If farmers can sell directly to consumers instead of a middleman, they will earn more money for their families. Additional profits also enable farmers to better care for their soil and keep quality standards high. In the end, it is a win-win situation for both parties.

If you are interested in incorporating more local foods into your diet, you can start by attending a farmers’ market in your area. This is an open market where farmers sell fruits, vegetables, and meat directly to the public. If you have any questions about the production process or quality of these goods, you can ask the farmers directly. Once you experience the freshness of local foods for yourself, it might be tough to go back to the supermarket.

Question 26: The author says that __________ is the best-kept secret.

A. foreign foods B. exotic foods C. local produce D. other people

Question 27: The word “this” in paragraph 2 refers to __________.

A. how far a product travels before it reaches you

B. the smell of bananas when they first arrive

C. the difference between local and imported foods

D. the total transportation costs during the journey

Question 28: According to the passage, what is one reason why local foods taste better?

A. They cost more money. B. They are wrapped in plastic.

C. They are more interesting. D. They are fresher than imports.

Question 29: What could best replace the word “beneficial” in paragraph 3?

A. helpful B. bad C. strange D. unknown

Question 30: According to the passage, all of the following are true EXCEPT that __________.

A. imported foods from abroad don’t have good taste

B. imported foods must be processed to survive the long journey

C. local produce is often fresher and tastier than imported foods

D. the trend to purchase local produce has risen recently

Question 31: What is another good title for the passage?

A. Some Basic Information about Importing Food

B. Some Tasty Recipes to Try with Local Foods

C. A Day in the Life of a Farmer

D. The Best Foods is Closer Than You Think

Task 8. Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first.

Question 32: I spent seven years at secondary school and then I went to university.

=> After ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Question 33: They spent more money, they had to work harder.

=> The more ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Question 34: I last saw Bob when I was in Ho Chi Minh City.

=> I haven’t seen ……………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Question 35: There is no proof that the dinosaurs died in this way. (PROVED)

=> ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Task 9. Listen to the information about the “Overpopulation” and write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS to fill the gaps.

Overpopulation is a real problem. It could kill the Earth. Very soon, there will be too many people and not enough land. There won’t be enough farms to (36) _________ for everyone. We’ll eat all of the fish in the sea. And our pollution will cause more (37) _________. I think we are in a very serious situation. I don’t know what the answer is. Our (38) _________ don’t seem too worried. They never see the bigger picture. The world’s population is exploding, and explosions cause great damage. More and more people are living longer and longer. We have better medicines. Our (39) _________ have found cures to many diseases. There are many reasons. What we really need to do is (40) _________ how overpopulation is damaging the Earth.

ĐÁP ÁN

Question 1

C

Question 10

A

Question 19

B

Question 28

D

Question 2

D

Question 11

A

Question 20

C

Question 29

A

Question 3

D

Question 12

A

Question 21

C

Question 30

A

Question 4

A

Question 13

C

Question 22

D

Question 31

D

Question 5

A

Question 14

C

Question 23

B

Question 36

grow food

Question 6

B

Question 15

updated

Question 24

C

Question 37

global warming

Question 7

D

Question 16

Indoctrination

Question 25

A

Question 38

leaders

Question 8

B

Question 17

landmark

Question 26

C

Question 39

scientists

Question 9

A

Question 18

D

Question 27

A

Question 40

think about

Question 32. having spent seven years at secondary school I went to university.

Question 33. money they spent, the harder they had to work.

Question 34. Bob since I was in Ho Chi Minh City.

Question 35. It is proved that the dinosaurs didn’t die in this way.

3. Đề số 3

Task 1. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others.

Question 1: A. question B. presentation C. industrialization D. modernization

Question 2: A. nature B. native C. nation D. natural

Task 2. Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from that of the others.

Question 3: A. eliminate B. compulsory C. technology D. academic

Question 4: A. victim B. resource C. passport D. history

Task 3. Choose the answer which best fits each space in each sentence.

Question 5: I had to finish my homework last night ___________ I was really so sleepy.

A. despite B. in spite of C. although D. because

Question 6: Cultural identity must be ________ and locals should be encouraged to continue their traditions in the wake of tourism.

A. protected B. insured C. assured D. confirmed

Question 7: It gets _________ to understand what the professor has explained.

A. most difficult B. mostly difficult C. the most difficult D. more and more difficult

Question 8: Focusing upon human curiosity is an ingenious idea that would ________ to the creation and launch of Quora in June, 2009.

A. direct B. go C. lead D. aim

Question 9: Don’t regard it _________ a failure, but recognize it ________ a chance to learn more.

A. as – as B. as – to C. by – on D. to – as

Question 10: Though many scientific breakthroughs have resulted from mishaps it has taken brilliant thinkers to recognize their potential.

A. accidents B. misunderstandings C. incidentals D. misfortunes

Question 11: In the past, families were bigger because people __________ more children.

A. were having B. had C. have D. have had

Question 12: The police have advised people that their doors__________ locked at all times.

A. be kept B. kept C. to be kept D. being kept

Question 13: How much do you charge __________ a bunch of red roses?

A. to B. in C. for D. with

Question 14: He is not __________ and finds it difficult to pay for daily necessities.

A. well-paid B. well-paying C. well-prepared D. best paid

Task 4. Give the correct form of the word in the brackets.

Question 15: Like many other __________ of my age, I dread to use hi-tech gears. (TECHNICAL)

Question 16: The government must work at full tilt to promote the economy and reduce the ________. (EFFICIENT)

Question 17: Many people nowadays want to indulge themselves in ________ industries such as finance and the like. (KNOW)

Task 5. Identify one underlined part in each sentence that needs correcting.

Question 18: What happened in that city were a reaction from city workers including firemen and policemen who had been laid off from their jobs.

A. What happened B. were C. including D. their

Question 19: Public health experts say that the money one spends avoiding illness is less than the cost of to treat sickness.

A. Public health B. illness C. cost D. to treat

Question 20: Industrial emissions, together with littering, is causing many problems in our large, industrial cities today.

A. with B. is C. many D. large, industrial cities

Task 6. Complete the text with the correct form of the words in the box.

During high school, it’s easy to become stressed in balancing a number of obligations. But between all the stress and pressure of (21) ___________ your various activities, it’s important to contribute to the community, and make efforts to protect the environment. So here are a few tips on ways you and other teens can “go green.”

One of the easiest ways teens can go green is simply to turn off the lights. Open up the curtains and let the natural sunlight brighten up the room, or turn off the lights and fans (22) ___________ you leave a room that no one else is in. Studies have indicated that saving electricity helps to reduce global warming.

(23) ___________ way to go green is to car-pool, use your bike, or walk. Car-pooling reduces the amount of gas emissions released into the environment, which can help reduce things like climate change, air pollution, and disease. Using your bike or walking also reduces such emissions, and it is a great way to exercise. Therefore, by riding a bike or walking, not only are you helping the environment, you are positively contributing to your own health.

You could also try buying a reusable water bottle. Buying a (24) ___________ bottle is a smart investment because not only do plastic water bottles often go un-recycled, but buying a reusable water bottle can actually save you money over buying plastic bottles over and over again.

Another great idea is to unplug your computer and all other electronics before you go to bed, or after you are done using them. Although you may no longer be using your computer, it stills uses electricity in small amounts that add up. In fact, most (25) ___________ use some amount of electricity even when you aren’t using them, so it’s best to get into the habit of unplugging them when you can.

Finally, you can go green by turning off the faucet. Many people leave the faucet (26) ___________ while they brush their teeth, but this is just wasting water. Turning the faucet off while you brush your teeth can save the world a lot of water.

Question 21: A. putting up with B. keeping up with C. getting on with D. going in with

Question 22: A. when B. while C. before D. after

Question 23: A. Other B. Another C. The other D. Others

Question 24: A. used B. reused C. reusing D. reusable

Question 25: A. equipments B. tools C. applicants D. instruments

Question 26: A. to run B. running C. ran D. run

Task 7. 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.

Causes and Effects of Urbaisation

Urbanisation is growing in both less-developed and more developed countries. Urbanisation is the shift from a rural to an urban society, bring a large concentration of people in towns and cities. This process usually occurs when a nation is still developing. The trend toward urbanization is a worldwide phenomenon. The chief cause of global urbanization is the new economic opportunities it brings to people and governments; however, it has both positive and negative effects on society.

Urbanization has many adverse effects on the structure of society as gigantic concentrations of people compete for limited resources. Rapid housing construction leads to overcrowding and slums, which experience major problems such as poverty, poor sanitation, unemployment and high crime rates. Additionally, strains on important natural resources, such as water supply, leads to higher prices and general environmental sustainability problems.

Urbanization makes people dependent on others for basic necessities; urban-dwellers must rely on the rural hinterland for agricultural production, for instance, because city residents do not have enough land to grow their own food. Urban-dwellers suffer the psychological degradation that comes from depending on other people to accomplish the activities of daily life, from transportation to education to entertainment.

Urbanization offers real economic opportunities to people who would otherwise be destined to subsistence living without hope for economic improvement. There is an overall growth in commercial opportunities with urbanization, resulting in more profits and more jobs. As the economy grows, all of society benefits from internal improvements.

Question 27: Urbanisation will be at the top when _____________.

A. there is a shift in the country’s population B. a developing country tries to develop

C. developed countries are still developing D. it has both positive and negative effects

Question 28: All of the folliwing are bad effects of urbanisation EXCEPT ___________.

A. environmental sustainability B. poverty, poor sanitation, and unemployment

C. shortage of natural resources D. pressures on water supply

Question 29: Urban dwellers suffer negative psychological effects because ___________.

A. they don’t know how to grow food

B. other poeple accomplish their activities of daily life

C. they have the feeling of absolute dependence

D. people in rural areas provide them with education and entertainment

Question 30: Poor housing conditions can lead to ___________.

A. limited resources B. gigantic concentrations of people

C. higher prices in daily life D. low quality of life

Question 31: It can be inferred from the passage that ___________.

A. there is no hope for improvement in the city

B. rapid housing construction can satisfy the demand

C. thanks to economic improvement, cities offer more jobs

D. the city is safer than the countryside

Task 8. Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first.

Question 32: Ann jogs every morning. It is very good for her health. (which)

=> ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Question 33: The realisation that I had been swindled came much later.

=> Only ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Question 34: These new machines have put an end to queuing.

=> Before these ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Question 35: The company has been reviewing its recruitment policy for the last three months.

=> The company’s ……………………………………………………………………………………………………

Task 9. Listen to the information about the ‘best job in the world’ competition and write the correct word to fill the gaps.

Question 36: Tourism Australia is offering six jobs, for six .

Question 37: If you want one of these job, you have to make a short .

Question 38: The job of outback adventurer is for someone with a passion for life.

Question 39: The wildlife caretaker job on Kangaroo Island is for someone who loves .

Question 40: The taste master will need to about food as well as enjoy eating it.

ĐÁP ÁN

Question 1

A

Question 11

B

Question 21

B

Question 31

C

Question 2

D

Question 12

A

Question 22

A

Question 32

 

Question 3

D

Question 13

C

Question 23

B

Question 33

 

Question 4

B

Question 14

A

Question 24

D

Question 34

 

Question 5

C

Question 15

technophobes

Question 25

C

Question 35

 

Question 6

A

Question 16

inefficiency

Question 26

B

Question 36

months

Question 7

D

Question 17

knowledge

Question 27

C

Question 37

video

Question 8

C

Question 18

B

Question 28

A

Question 38

outdoor

Question 9

A

Question 19

D

Question 29

C

Question 39

all kinds of animals

Question 10

A

Question 20

B

Question 30

D

Question 40

know

Question 32. Ann jogs every morning, which is very good for her health.

Question 33. much later did I realise that I had been swindled.

Question 34. new machines were invented, people had to queue.

Question 35. recruitment policy has been being reviewed for the last three months.

4. Đề số 4

Task 1. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others.

Question 1: A. accurate B. account C. accept D. accuse

Question 2: A. confine B. conceal C. convention D. concentrate

Task 2. Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from that of the others.

Question 3: A. convenience B. mechanic C. preference D. official

Question 4: A. assimilate B. diversity C. identity D. customary

Task 3. Choose the answer which best fits each space in each sentence.

Question 5: I am thinking ___________my corning job interview.

A. on B. in C. of D. for

Question 6: ___________, tuition fee here are quite low and stable.

A. Although the increasing of goods prices B. Despite the increasing of goods prices

C. Because the increasing of goods prices D. Because of the increasing of goods prices

Question 7: There were a lot of people on the bus. It was ________ than usual.

A. more and more crowded B. crowded

C. a bit crowded D. the most crowded

Question 8: Studies show that children who are exposed to a more ________ community are more creative and tolerant of differences, because these students learn how to resolve conflict more easily.

A. various B. similar C. different D. diverse

Question 9: Cultural is the lens with which we evaluate everything around us; we _________ what is proper or improper, normal or abnormal, through our culture.

A. express B. evaluate C. calculate D. signal

Question 10: After you ___________, it automatically connects you to all the people in your address book who also are using WhatsApp.

A. log out B. sign up C. start D. access

Question 11: It is recommended that people__________ regular exercise.

A. took B. to take C. take D. taking

Question 12: When I_______ reading The Quiet American, I wanted to read other novels by Graham Greene.

A. was finishing B. used to finish C. finish D. finished

Question 13: _____ water is considered______ vital source of life, but________ water of Colox City is so polluted that people could die if they only drank______ drop of it.

A. x/a/the/a B. The/the/the/a C. the/the/the/the D. x/ x /x /x

Question 14: There have been_______ efforts to reduce the impact of global warming on the planet.

A. world wide B. worldwide C. planet wide D. wide world

Task 4. Give the correct form of the word in the brackets.

Question 15: It is inhumane to sell ________ limbs of the animals, such as rhinoceros or elephants, in the market place. (MEMBER)

Question 16: Although some hold out hope for a sea wall and land reclamation programme, it is admittedly nothing more than a mere ________ (STOP)

Question 17: The advent of computers was one of the _________ milestones in the mankind’s history. (NOTE)

Task 5. Identify one underlined part in each sentence that needs correcting.

Question 18: New sources of energy have been looking for as the number of fossil fuels continues to decrease.

A. sources of energy B. been looking C. number D. continues

Question 19: The techniques of science and magic are quite different, but their basic aims – to understand and control nature, they are very similar.

A. magic B. different C. to understand D. they are

Question 20: Japanese initially used jeweled objects to decorate swords and ceremonial items.

A. Japanese B. used C. decorate D. items

Task 6. Complete the text with the correct form of the words in the box.

custom celebrate locate globe history

The Times Square countdown is a popular New Year (21)________ in New York. On New Year’s Eve, people come together in Times Square, the most famous tourist attraction in the world, to bring in the New Year. This is a very special time as spectators from all ethnic groups in the multicultural city of New York unite as a community. At 11.59 p.m. the ball (22) ________ on the roof of One Times Square starts to descend. It is a (23)________ for people to count down to zero, which is also the moment when the ball rests, and shout out ‘Happy New Year’.

This event has a long (24)_______ as the ball has been lowered every year since 1907. The Times Square Ball Drop has established itself not just as an annual celebration, but has become a (25) ________ tradition.

Task 7. 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.

Lee Kuan Yew – the founding father of modern Singapore

Lee Kuan Yew was appointed as the first prime minister of Singapore in 1959 when the nation became a self-governing state. At that time, Singapore per capita income was only about USD400. When Lee stepped down in 1990, the figure was USD11,000 and in 2014 it went up to over 56,000, even higher than that of its former colonizer, Great Britain. In his memoirs published in 2000, he wrote ‘They laughed at us, but I was confident that we would have the last laugh.’

Born into a middle-class Chinese family in Singapore, Lee was influenced by the language and institutions of the British rulers. He was destined to go to the UK to study law, but the Second World War broke out and he had to go to the local Raffles 10 College where he learnt some economics. It was not until 1946 when he talked his way to Cambridge and graduated three years later with a starred first. It was during this time that he nurtured ambitions beyond starting a legal career back home.

As a prime minister, he has always been described as an efficient and inventive person. He was one of the greatest statesmen who proved to the whole world that 15 human ingenuity, not natural resources, is the essential element of prosperity. Lee is also believed to be very forward-looking. When Singapore gained independence in 1965, he decided to keep English as the main language to increase economic benefits. Although many of his policies are still considered controversial, they helped Singapore to overcome many obstacles and become one of the most admired international business and financial centres around the world.

Question 26: Lee Kuan Yew was Singapore’s prime minister for_________.

A. 31 years B. 55 years C. 41 years D. 61 years

Question 27: The word destined in line 8 is closest in meaning to _________.

A. ordered B. scheduled C. refused D. made

Question 28: He did not go to Cambridge to study law until 1946 because _________.

A. he had already been influenced by the British system

B. he had to study economics at Raffles College

C. Britain was at war

D. he did not want to pursue a legal career

Question 29: The word forward-looking is closest in meaning to .

A. progressive B. conservative C. developing D. distinguished

Question 30: According to the writer, Lee Kuan Yew’s policies_________ .

A. were never subject to disagreement

B. promoted people’s solidarity

C. transformed Singapore into a prosperous city

D. related to business and finance

Task 8. Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first.

Question 31: She started working as a secretary five years ago.

=> She has ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Question 32: Yesterday morning my friend Marco arrived before I finished breakfast.

=> Yesterday morning I was ……………………………………………………………………………………..

Question 33: Its lack of irregular verbs makes Esperanto to a unique language.

=> Unlike ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Question 34: You wouldn’t find any more affectionate animal anywhere in the world.

=> Nowhere …………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

Task 9. Listen to the zoo guide talking about the llamas and decide if the following sentences are True (T) or False (F).

Question 35: Llamas, alpacas, vicuñas and guanacos are all related to camels. _______

Question 36: Llamas only spit at humans if you treat them badly. _______

Question 37: Alpaca wool is good for clothes. _______

Question 38: Vicuña wool is very expensive. _______

Question 39: Vicuñas eat cacti. _______

Question 40: Llamas and alpacas can’t live in the UK. _______

ĐÁP ÁN

Question 1

A

Question 11

C

Question 21

celebration

Question 31

 

Question 2

D

Question 12

D

Question 22

located

Question 32

 

Question 3

C

Question 13

A

Question 23

custom

Question 33

 

Question 4

D

Question 14

B

Question 24

history

Question 34

 

Question 5

C

Question 15

dismembered

Question 25

global

Question 35

T

Question 6

B

Question 16

stopgap

Question 26

A

Question 36

T

Question 7

A

Question 17

noteworthy

Question 27

B

Question 37

T

Question 8

D

Question 18

B

Question 28

C

Question 38

T

Question 9

B

Question 19

D

Question 29

A

Question 39

F

Question 10

B

Question 20

A

Question 30

C

Question 40

F

Question 31. worked as a secretary for five years.

Question 32. having breakfast when my friend Marco arrived.

Question 33. other languages, Esperanto has no irregular verbs.

Question 34. in the world would you find a more affectionate animal.

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