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SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO                                       ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
      ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC                                                                      NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
    (Đề gồm có 04 trang)                                                            MÔN TIẾNG ANH  ~  MÃ ĐỀ 827
                                                                                        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. ho
ified B. horizon C. hospital D. honorable
    Question 2:A. tolerant B. immigrant C. descendant D. ignorant
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: I was in the habit of skipping early morning classes.
A. I habitaually skipped early morning classes. B. I used to skip early morning classes.
C. Skippping early morning classes was my custom. D. I was used to skipping early morning classes.
Question 4: I’m not sure if I’ve told my parents about the school trip.
A. It is not certain that I have told my parents about the school trip.
B. I forget telling my parents about the school trip.
C. It's a sure thing that I have told my parents about the school trip.
D. I don't remember telling my parents about the school trip.
Question 5: Does it make sense to apply to university or should I take a gap year?
A. Is it possible that I should apply to university after a gap year?
B. I can't decide whether to apply to university or take a gap year.
C. Is it worth applying university or should I take a gap year?
D. Is it sensible that I should apply to university or take a gap year instead?
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 6: There's no competition - they're head and shoulders above the rest.
A. better than B. ove
un by C. in need of washing D. more admirable
Question 7: She is always extremely deferential to anyone in authority.
A. polite and respectful B. superior C. opposing D. of different levels
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect answer to each of the questions from 08 to 14.
NATURALLY BETTER HOMES
In the 1970s, many people became concerned about energy. People has to face up to the fact that they used too much energy, and energy sources were not going to last forever. One architect, Michael Reynolds, decided to do something. He set out to design homes that were cheaper to build and more energy-efficient. In addition, he wanted to do something about all the ga
age. Finally, he came up with the idea of “earthships.”
Although it sounds like a boat, an earthship is a house. However, unlike regular houses, earthships are constructed from ga
age and are built using only ten percent of the energy needed to build a typical house. Moreover, after they are built, earthships use only ten percent of the energy required to heat, light, and cool a regular home. Although earthships sound unique, they can actually be built to look just like any other house.
One of the big benefits of earthships is that they are made from recycled materials. The main construction material of an earthship is used tyres that are filled with dirt. The dirt-filled tyres are then laid flat and stacked like
icks. Because the tyres are round, there is lots of extra space between the columns of tyres. These spaces are filled with used cardboard. The tyres and cardboard form the outside walls of an earthship. The inside walls between rooms in the earthship do not need to be as strong as the outside walls; therefore, the inside walls are made with old cans, bottles, and cement that are eventually covered and painted to look just like walls in a typical home.
Another benefit of an earthship is that it saves energy and natural resources. For example, an earthship uses less water. Rain water, which is collected on the roof, is used for drinking and bathing. Furthermore, earthships need much less energy for heating and cooling because they are built into the ground, which keeps the temperature inside the house from getting too hot or too cold. In the long run, this helps earthship owners lower their utility bills. As well, one wall of an earthship usually faces south. Therefore, solar heat helps to warm the house, and solar panels built on the roof generate electricity to run appliances in the house.
All of these features make earthships very environmentally friendly. That’s one of the reasons they have become popular throughout the world. Earthships have been built in Bolivia, Australia, Mexico, Japan, Canada, England, Scotland, and all over the US. Maybe in the near future, an earthship will be landing near you!
[Source: Reading Challenge 3, 2nd Edition, Casey Malarcher, pp. 78-79]
Question 8: What does “environmentally friendly” mean?
A. Found throughout the environment B. Bad for the environment
C. Made from natural products D. Good for the environment
Question 9: In an earthship, old boxes would be used to.......
A. build inside walls B. recycle water C. create fertilizer D. fill outside walls
Question 10: What’s the writer’s attitude to the building of earthships?
A. critical B. optimistic C. neutral D. indifferent

Question 11: What is the main idea of this reading?
A. Earthships are environmentally friendly homes. B. Earthships are in many different countries.
C. Environmentalists are concerned about energy. D. Earthships look like typical houses.
Question 12: The word “energy-efficient” is closest in meaning to.......
A. using little energy  B. short of power
C. generating more energy D. giving best result
Question 13: What is the main building material of earthships?
A. Cement B. Old cans and bottles C. Used tyres D. Used cardboard
Question 14: Why do earthships need less energy to heat and cool them?
A. They recycle water.  B. They are typically very small.
C. They are built into the ground. D. They are more energy efficient.
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: She looked a forlorn figure standing at the bus stop.
A. exhausted B. bad-shaped C. elated D. abashed
Question 16: I had te
ible butterflies before I gave that talk in a large audience.
A. self-esteemed B. self-confident C. highly dreaming D. so emba
assed
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect answer to each of the following questions.
Question 17: He still suffers from a rare tropical disease which he.......while in Africa.
A. gained B. complained C. contracted D. infected
Question 18: We want everyone to begin the test........
A. simultaneously B. continuously C. indefinitely D. unexpectedly
Question 19: I've given up trying to make my sister see sense, and now I'm......to the fact that she is going to ma
y an old man.
A. accepted B. resigned C. adapted D. adjusted
Question 20: On July 20, 1969, Astronaut Neil Armstrong.......down onto the moon, the first person ever to set foot on another celestial body.
A. was step B. has stepped C. was stepping D. stepped
Question 21: I'm so tired I think I'll probably.......off in the cinema.
A. sleep B. fall C. doze D. nod
Question 22: All the.......from the jumble sale will be given to charity.
A. proceeds B. income C. expenses D. rewards
Question 23: That little boy is very rude. I find his manners........
A. i
esistible B. intolerable C. inadmissible D. intolerant
Question 24: I'm really sleepy today. I wish I.......Bob to the airport late last night.
A. didn't take B. hadn't had to take C. weren't taking D. didn't have to take
Question 25: After the big storm, the beach was covered with........
A. sprinkles B. extracts C. fragments D. de
is
Question 26: The whole building collapsed, but fortunately there were no.........
A. casualties B. wounded C. victims D. hurt
Question 27: The student was admitted even though his test scores were.......
A. marginal B. underscored C. successive D. qualitative
Question 28: The death.......in the weekend's traffic exodus has risen to sixteen.
A. toll B. rate C. score D. mark
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 29 to 34.
WHY DO WE YAWN?
  Yawning is natural. Newly born babies, teenagers and adults - we all do it. Even animals yawn! But yawning ...(29)... be a problem at school. Teachers sometimes ...(30)... their temper when faced with yawning students since they think their students are bored.
  In the past, scientists ...(31)... to think that people yawned because of boredom or tiredness. They believed that yawning helped
ing more oxygen into your lungs and
ain and thus woke you up. However, scientists have recently ...(32)... some research on yawning and they have come to different conclusions. It is believed now that we do it in ...(33)... to keep our
ain cool so that it can function better.
So why do we tend to yawn late in the evening or when we are tired? Mainly because tiredness raises
ain temperature. We also yawn more frequently in summer than in winter! In many situations, you will be incapable stopping yourself from yawning. So, why ...(34)... you try to do it in such a way so that no one sees you?
    Question 29:A. will B. should C. must D. can
    Question 30:A. gain B. give C. get D. lose
    Question 31:A. had B. used C. wanted D. ought
    Question 32:A. found B. worked C. made D. done
    Question 33:A. order B. general C. particular D. fact
    Question 34:A. don’t B. won’t C. shouldn’t D. can’t

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect answer to each of the questions from 35 to 41.
THE ZONE
According to sports psychologists, outstanding athletes sometimes experience a unique state of consciousness while playing, known as being 'in the zone'. One soccer player described it as an amazing moment when body, mind, and technical skill merge into one, and all feeling of limitation fades away. This moment is often accompanied by strong intuition: knowing what will happen next and that whatever play is made will be successful. Since being in the zone is associated with peak performance, it is a much sought after state.
In-depth studies of athletes who have undergone this remarkable experience indicate that it is characterized by intense concentration and a sense of mind and body in perfect harmony. Some athletes describe an impression of time slowing down. Others report a loss of self-consciousness and of movement becoming effortless. Contemporary research has identified three key requirements for entering the zone: advanced technical skill, devotion to the sport, and the ability to immerse oneself completely in the task at hand - hitting a perfect serve in tennis, for example. The research suggests that when an athlete is performing normally, there is conscious mental activity in the left hemisphere of the
ain. As the athlete enters the zone, the right hemisphere is activated to a greater extent. This parallel activity increases his ability to analyze situations calmly, thus enabling him to focus solely on executing the task. Being utterly abso
ed in the process, as opposed to the outcome, the athlete is immune to distractions like the shouts of spectators, and thus optimizes his chances of success.
Sports psychologists also maintain that becoming process-oriented helps to keep a phenomenon called choking at bay. This sudden feeling of anxiety can occur when athletes are outcome-oriented. The athlete becomes distracted by the fear of failure, such as not scoring a much-needed goal. This has an adverse effect on performance, transforming expert players into clumsy amateurs. Traditionally, honing physical skills has taken piority in training, but in light of this research, the emphasis may now shift to training of the mind.
[Source: ECPE, Honors, Adam Tyler, Burlington Books, 2010]
Question 35: What happens to athletes when they are in the zone?
A. They can predict the outcome of games. B. They have a feeling of mastery of the sport.
C. They lose their sense of self. D. Their movements become slightly slower.
Question 36: According to the text, what can lead to choking?
A. being unable to control emotions B. being outcome-oriented
C. being unable to concentrate D. being process-oriented
Question 37: The phrase “in light of” is closest in meaning to.......
        A. for a new idea of B. when lighted by           C. because of                     D. being promoted by
Question 38: The main idea of this article is the link between.....
A. mental state and athletic performance. B. attitude and success in athletics.
C. an athlete's physical and mental training. D. an athlete's
ain function and state of mind.
Question 39: What have studies discovered about being in the zone?
A. It enables the athlete to focus on more than one task at a time.
B. The right hemisphere of the
ain is not dominant.
C. The athlete's attention cannot be diverted.
D. It stimulates the left hemisphere of the
ain.
Question 40: What does the word ‘immerse’ near the middle of the second paragraph mean?
A. observe B. adjust C. involve D. analyze
Question 41: What does the word ’honing’ in the last sentence mean?
A. making perfect B. exercising C. strengthening D. relaxing
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 42:A. move B. through C. lose D. though
    Question 43:A. destiny B. mystery C. qualify D. quality
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 44: ~ A: “Can I ask about your budget?” ~ B: “.................”
A. Yes, not far away from here. I'll show you. B. So
y. I'm using it right now.
C. It’s none of your business. D. Yes, we've got around 200 euros per month.
Question 45: ~ A: “Make sure you don't miss the last episode, Liz.” ~ B: “..................”
A. I’ll never forget about the first one you took me to.  B. I wouldn't miss it for the world.
C. No, I won’t. I’ll be there right away. D. Thanks. I need this right now.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs co
ection in each of the following questions.
Question 46: The ozone layer must be protected because it shields the Earth from excessive ultraviolet radiate.
A. from B. radiate C. must be protected D. it
Question 47: Ca
ohydrates and fats are two essential sources of energy for animal growing.
A. for B. sources C. growing D. and fats
Question 48: By passing sunlight through a prism the light is separated into a spectrum of colours.
A. By passing B. through C. spectrum D. separated

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: Both houses were built quite recently. Neither of them was equipped with a burglar alarm at the time.
        A. Both houses were built quite recently, so none of them was equipped with a burglar alarm at the time.
B. Both houses were built quite recently but neither of them was equipped with a burglar alarm at the time.
C. Both houses were built quite recently even though neither of them was equipped with a burglar alarm at the time.
D. Both houses were built quite recently; therefore, each of them was not equipped with a burglar alarm at the time.
Question 50: There are numerous pluses to rural life. There are also considerable minuses.
A. Because there are numerous pluses to rural life, there are also considerable minuses.
B. There are numerous pluses to rural life, whereas there are also considerable minuses.
C. Despite there are numerous pluses to rural life, there are also considerable minuses.
D. When there are numerous pluses to rural life, there are also considerable minuses.
 
The End

SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO                                       ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
      ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC                                                                      NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
    (Đề gồm có 04 trang)                                                            MÔN TIẾNG ANH  ~  MÃ ĐỀ 335
                                                                                        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. tolerant B. ignorant C. descendant D. immigrant
    Question 2:A. hospital B. ho
ified C. horizon D. honorable
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect answer to each of the following questions.
Question 3: The student was admitted even though his test scores were.......
A. underscored B. marginal C. successive D. qualitative
Question 4: I'm really sleepy today. I wish I.......Bob to the airport late last night.
A. hadn't had to take B. weren't taking C. didn't take D. didn't have to take
Question 5: We want everyone to begin the test........
A. simultaneously B. continuously C. unexpectedly D. indefinitely
Question 6: That little boy is very rude. I find his manners........
A. inadmissible B. i
esistible C. intolerant D. intolerable
Question 7: The whole building collapsed, but fortunately there were no.........
A. hurt B. wounded C. casualties D. victims
Question 8: He still suffers from a rare tropical disease which he.......while in Africa.
A. complained B. contracted C. infected D. gained
Question 9: All the.......from the jumble sale will be given to charity.
A. proceeds B. income C. expenses D. rewards
Question 10: After the big storm, the beach was covered with........
A. fragments B. extracts C. de
is D. sprinkles
Question 11: I've given up trying to make my sister see sense, and now I'm......to the fact that she is going to ma
y an old man.
A. resigned B. adapted C. adjusted D. accepted
Question 12: I'm so tired I think I'll probably.......off in the cinema.
A. fall B. doze C. sleep D. nod
Question 13: On July 20, 1969, Astronaut Neil Armstrong.......down onto the moon, the first person ever to set foot on another celestial body.
A. was stepping B. was step C. stepped D. has stepped
Question 14: The death.......in the weekend's traffic exodus has risen to sixteen.
A. toll B. rate C. score D. mark
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 15 to 20.
WHY DO WE YAWN?
  Yawning is natural. Newly born babies, teenagers and adults - we all do it. Even animals yawn! But yawning ...(15)... be a problem at school. Teachers sometimes ...(16)... their temper when faced with yawning students since they think their students are bored.
  In the past, scientists ...(17)... to think that people yawned because of boredom or tiredness. They believed that yawning helped
ing more oxygen into your lungs and
ain and thus woke you up. However, scientists have recently ...(18)... some research on yawning and they have come to different conclusions. It is believed now that we do it in ...(19)... to keep our
ain cool so that it can function better.
So why do we tend to yawn late in the evening or when we are tired? Mainly because tiredness raises
ain temperature. We also yawn more frequently in summer than in winter! In many situations, you will be incapable stopping yourself from yawning. So, why ...(20)... you try to do it in such a way so that no one sees you?
    Question 15:A. must B. should C. will D. can
    Question 16:A. give B. lose C. get D. gain
    Question 17:A. had B. ought C. wanted D. used
    Question 18:A. found B. made C. done D. worked
    Question 19:A. particular B. general C. fact D. order
    Question 20:A. shouldn’t B. won’t C. don’t 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 21: There's no competition - they're head and shoulders above the rest.
A. ove
un by B. more admirable C. in need of washing D. better than
Question 22: She is always extremely deferential to anyone in authority.
A. of different levels B. polite and respectful C. opposing D. superior
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs co
ection in each of the following questions.
Question 23: Ca
ohydrates and fats are two essential sources of energy for animal growing.

A. for B. growing C. sources D. and fats
Question 24: By passing sunlight through a prism the light is separated into a spectrum of colours.
A. separated B. spectrum C. through D. By passing
Question 25: The ozone layer must be protected because it shields the Earth from excessive ultraviolet radiate.
A. radiate B. it C. must be protected D. from
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 26: I had te
ible butterflies before I gave that talk in a large audience.
A. self-confident B. highly dreaming C. so emba
assed D. self-esteemed
Question 27: She looked a forlorn figure standing at the bus stop.
A. elated B. bad-shaped C. exhausted D. abashed
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect answer to each of the questions from 28 to 34.
THE ZONE
According to sports psychologists, outstanding athletes sometimes experience a unique state of consciousness while playing, known as being 'in the zone'. One soccer player described it as an amazing moment when body, mind, and technical skill merge into one, and all feeling of limitation fades away. This moment is often accompanied by strong intuition: knowing what will happen next and that whatever play is made will be successful. Since being in the zone is associated with peak performance, it is a much sought after state.
In-depth studies of athletes who have undergone this remarkable experience indicate that it is characterized by intense concentration and a sense of mind and body in perfect harmony. Some athletes describe an impression of time slowing down. Others report a loss of self-consciousness and of movement becoming effortless. Contemporary research has identified three key requirements for entering the zone: advanced technical skill, devotion to the sport, and the ability to immerse oneself completely in the task at hand - hitting a perfect serve in tennis, for example. The research suggests that when an athlete is performing normally, there is conscious mental activity in the left hemisphere of the
ain. As the athlete enters the zone, the right hemisphere is activated to a greater extent. This parallel activity increases his ability to analyze situations calmly, thus enabling him to focus solely on executing the task. Being utterly abso
ed in the process, as opposed to the outcome, the athlete is immune to distractions like the shouts of spectators, and thus optimizes his chances of success.
Sports psychologists also maintain that becoming process-oriented helps to keep a phenomenon called choking at bay. This sudden feeling of anxiety can occur when athletes are outcome-oriented. The athlete becomes distracted by the fear of failure, such as not scoring a much-needed goal. This has an adverse effect on performance, transforming expert players into clumsy amateurs. Traditionally, honing physical skills has taken piority in training, but in light of this research, the emphasis may now shift to training of the mind.
[Source: ECPE, Honors, Adam Tyler, Burlington Books, 2010]
Question 28: What happens to athletes when they are in the zone?
A. They lose their sense of self. B. They can predict the outcome of games.
C. They have a feeling of mastery of the sport. D. Their movements become slightly slower.
Question 29: According to the text, what can lead to choking?
A. being unable to control emotions B. being process-oriented
C. being unable to concentrate D. being outcome-oriented
Question 30: What have studies discovered about being in the zone?
A. The athlete's attention cannot be diverted.
B. The right hemisphere of the
ain is not dominant.
C. It stimulates the left hemisphere of the
ain.
D. It enables the athlete to focus on more than one task at a time.
Question 31: What does the word ’honing’ in the last sentence mean?
A. strengthening B. exercising C. relaxing D. making perfect
Question 32: The main idea of this article is the link between.....
A. attitude and success in athletics. B. mental state and athletic performance.
C. an athlete's physical and mental training. D. an athlete's
ain function and state of mind.
Question 33: What does the word ‘immerse’ near the middle of the second paragraph mean?
A. observe B. analyze C. adjust D. involve
Question 34: The phrase “in light of” is closest in meaning to.......
       A. being promoted by      B. when lighted by           C. because of                      D. for a new idea of
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 35:A. destiny B. mystery C. quality D. qualify
    Question 36:A. move B. lose C. through D. though
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect answer to each of the questions from 37 to 43.
NATURALLY BETTER HOMES
In the 1970s, many people became concerned about energy. People has to face up to the fact that they used too much energy, and energy sources were not going to last forever. One architect, Michael Reynolds, decided to do something. He set out to design homes that were cheaper to build and more

energy-efficient. In addition, he wanted to do something about all the ga
age. Finally, he came up with the idea of “earthships.”
Although it sounds like a boat, an earthship is a house. However, unlike regular houses, earthships are constructed from ga
age and are built using only ten percent of the energy needed to build a typical house. Moreover, after they are built, earthships use only ten percent of the energy required to heat, light, and cool a regular home. Although earthships sound unique, they can actually be built to look just like any other house.
One of the big benefits of earthships is that they are made from recycled materials. The main construction material of an earthship is used tyres that are filled with dirt. The dirt-filled tyres are then laid flat and stacked like
icks. Because the tyres are round, there is lots of extra space between the columns of tyres. These spaces are filled with used cardboard. The tyres and cardboard form the outside walls of an earthship. The inside walls between rooms in the earthship do not need to be as strong as the outside walls; therefore, the inside walls are made with old cans, bottles, and cement that are eventually covered and painted to look just like walls in a typical home.
Another benefit of an earthship is that it saves energy and natural resources. For example, an earthship uses less water. Rain water, which is collected on the roof, is used for drinking and bathing. Furthermore, earthships need much less energy for heating and cooling because they are built into the ground, which keeps the temperature inside the house from getting too hot or too cold. In the long run, this helps earthship owners lower their utility bills. As well, one wall of an earthship usually faces south. Therefore, solar heat helps to warm the house, and solar panels built on the roof generate electricity to run appliances in the house.
All of these features make earthships very environmentally friendly. That’s one of the reasons they have become popular throughout the world. Earthships have been built in Bolivia, Australia, Mexico, Japan, Canada, England, Scotland, and all over the US. Maybe in the near future, an earthship will be landing near you!
[Source: Reading Challenge 3, 2nd Edition, Casey Malarcher, pp. 78-79]
Question 37: Why do earthships need less energy to heat and cool them?
A. They are more energy efficient. B. They recycle water.
C. They are typically very small. D. They are built into the ground.
Question 38: What is the main building material of earthships?
A. Used tyres B. Cement C. Old cans and bottles D. Used cardboard
Question 39: In an earthship, old boxes would be used to.......
A. fill outside walls B. create fertilizer C. build inside walls D. recycle water
Question 40: The word “energy-efficient” is closest in meaning to.......
A. generating more energy B. using little energy
C. short of power D. giving best result
Question 41: What’s the writer’s attitude to the building of earthships?
A. critical B. indifferent C. neutral D. optimistic
Question 42: What does “environmentally friendly” mean?
A. Good for the environment B. Made from natural products
C. Bad for the environment D. Found throughout the environment
Question 43: What is the main idea of this reading?
A. Earthships look like typical houses. B. Earthships are environmentally friendly homes.
C. Environmentalists are concerned about energy. D. Earthships are in many different countries.
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 44: ~ A: “Can I ask about your budget?” ~ B: “.................”
A. It’s none of your business. B. So
y. I'm using it right now.
C. Yes, we've got around 200 euros per month. D. Yes, not far away from here. I'll show you.
Question 45: ~ A: “Make sure you don't miss the last episode, Liz.” ~ B: “..................”
A. I’ll never forget about the first one you took me to.  B. I wouldn't miss it for the world.
C. Thanks. I need this right now. D. No, I won’t. I’ll be there right away.
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: I was in the habit of skipping early morning classes.
A. I habitaually skipped early morning classes. B. I was used to skipping early morning classes.
C. I used to skip early morning classes. D. Skippping early morning classes was my custom.
Question 47: I’m not sure if I’ve told my parents about the school trip.
A. I forget telling my parents about the school trip.
B. I don't remember telling my parents about the school trip.
C. It is not certain that I have told my parents about the school trip.
D. It's a sure thing that I have told my parents about the school trip.
Question 48: Does it make sense to apply to university or should I take a gap year?
A. Is it sensible that I should apply to university or take a gap year instead?
B. Is it possible that I should apply to university after a gap year?
C. I can't decide whether to apply to university or take a gap year.
D. Is it worth applying university or should I take a gap year?

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: There are numerous pluses to rural life. There are also considerable minuses.
A. When there are numerous pluses to rural life, there are also considerable minuses.
B. There are numerous pluses to rural life, whereas there are also considerable minuses.
C. Despite there are numerous pluses to rural life, there are also considerable minuses.
D. Because there are numerous pluses to rural life, there are also considerable minuses.
Question 50: Both houses were built quite recently. Neither of them was equipped with a burglar alarm at the time.
A. Both houses were built quite recently; therefore, each of them was not equipped with a burglar alarm at the time.
B. Both houses were built quite recently even though neither of them was equipped with a burglar alarm at the time.
       C. Both houses were built quite recently, so none of them was equipped with a burglar alarm at the time.  
D. Both houses were built quite recently but neither of them was equipped with a burglar alarm at the time.
 
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      ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC                                                                      NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
    (Đề gồm có 04 trang)                                                            MÔN TIẾNG ANH  ~  MÃ ĐỀ 845
                                                                                        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. descendant B. ignorant C. tolerant D. immigrant
    Question 2:A. ho
ified B. hospital C. horizon D. honorable
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 3:A. move B. through C. lose D. though
    Question 4:A. destiny B. quality C. qualify D. mystery
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect answer to each of the following questions.
Question 5: All the.......from the jumble sale will be given to charity.
A. income B. proceeds C. expenses D. rewards
Question 6: We want everyone to begin the test........
A. simultaneously B. indefinitely C. unexpectedly D. continuously
Question 7: After the big storm, the beach was covered with........
A. extracts B. de
is C. sprinkles D. fragments
Question 8: That little boy is very rude. I find his manners........
A. intolerable B. intolerant C. i
esistible D. inadmissible
Question 9: He still suffers from a rare tropical disease which he.......while in Africa.
A. complained B. infected C. gained D. contracted
Question 10: The whole building collapsed, but fortunately there were no.........
A. casualties B. wounded C. hurt D. victims
Question 11: On July 20, 1969, Astronaut Neil Armstrong.......down onto the moon, the first person ever to set foot on another celestial body.
A. stepped B. was step C. was stepping D. has stepped
Question 12: I've given up trying to make my sister see sense, and now I'm......to the fact that she is going to ma
y an old man.
A. resigned B. adjusted C. adapted D. accepted
Question 13: I'm so tired I think I'll probably.......off in the cinema.
A. fall B. sleep C. nod D. doze
Question 14: The student was admitted even though his test scores were.......
A. qualitative B. successive C. marginal D. underscored
Question 15: I'm really sleepy today. I wish I.......Bob to the airport late last night.
A. hadn't had to take B. didn't take C. weren't taking D. didn't have to take
Question 16: The death.......in the weekend's traffic exodus has risen to sixteen.
A. toll B. score C. mark D. rate
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 17: There's no competition - they're head and shoulders above the rest.
A. better than B. more admirable C. ove
un by D. in need of washing
Question 18: She is always extremely deferential to anyone in authority.
A. polite and respectful B. of different levels C. superior D. opposing
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 19: Both houses were built quite recently. Neither of them was equipped with a burglar alarm at the time.
       A. Both houses were built quite recently, so none of them was equipped with a burglar alarm at the time.
B. Both houses were built quite recently but neither of them was equipped with a burglar alarm at the time.
C. Both houses were built quite recently; therefore, each of them was not equipped with a burglar alarm at the time.
D. Both houses were built quite recently even though neither of them was equipped with a burglar alarm at the time.
Question 20: There are numerous pluses to rural life. There are also considerable minuses.
A. When there are numerous pluses to rural life, there are also considerable minuses.
B. Despite there are numerous pluses to rural life, there are also considerable minuses.
C. There are numerous pluses to rural life, whereas there are also considerable minuses.
D. Because there are numerous pluses to rural life, there are also considerable minuses.
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 21: ~ A: “Can I ask about your budget?” ~ B: “.................”
A. It’s none of your business. B. So
y. I'm using it right now.
C. Yes, we've got around 200 euros per month. D. Yes, not far away from here. I'll show you.
Question 22: ~ A: “Make sure you don't miss the last episode, Liz.” ~ B: “..................”

A. I wouldn't miss it for the world. B. I’ll never forget about the first one you took me to.
C. No, I won’t. I’ll be there right away. D. Thanks. I need this right now.
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 23: She looked a forlorn figure standing at the bus stop.
A. bad-shaped B. elated C. abashed D. exhausted
Question 24: I had te
ible butterflies before I gave that talk in a large audience.
A. self-esteemed B. self-confident C. so emba
assed D. highly dreaming
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs co
ection in each of the following questions.
Question 25: The ozone layer must be protected because it shields the Earth from excessive ultraviolet radiate.
A. from B. it C. must be protected D. radiate
Question 26: By passing sunlight through a prism the light is separated into a spectrum of colours.
A. separated B. By passing C. through D. spectrum
Question 27: Ca
ohydrates and fats are two essential sources of energy for animal growing.
A. growing B. sources C. and fats D. for
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 28 to 33.
WHY DO WE YAWN?
  Yawning is natural. Newly born babies, teenagers and adults - we all do it. Even animals yawn! But yawning ...(28)... be a problem at school. Teachers sometimes ...(29)... their temper when faced with yawning students since they think their students are bored.
  In the past, scientists ...(30)... to think that people yawned because of boredom or tiredness. They believed that yawning helped
ing more oxygen into your lungs and
ain and thus woke you up. However, scientists have recently ...(31)... some research on yawning and they have come to different conclusions. It is believed now that we do it in ...(32)... to keep our
ain cool so that it can function better.
So why do we tend to yawn late in the evening or when we are tired? Mainly because tiredness raises
ain temperature. We also yawn more frequently in summer than in winter! In many situations, you will be incapable stopping yourself from yawning. So, why ...(33)... you try to do it in such a way so that no one sees you?
 Question 28:A. must B. should C. can D. will
 Question 29:A. give B. lose C. get D. gain
 Question 30:A. wanted B. ought C. had D. used
 Question 31:A. worked B. done C. found D. made
 Question 32:A. fact B. particular C. order D. general
 Question 33:A. don’t B. can’t C. won’t D. shouldn’t
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect answer to each of the questions from 34 to 40.
THE ZONE
According to sports psychologists, outstanding athletes sometimes experience a unique state of consciousness while playing, known as being 'in the zone'. One soccer player described it as an amazing moment when body, mind, and technical skill merge into one, and all feeling of limitation fades away. This moment is often accompanied by strong intuition: knowing what will happen next and that whatever play is made will be successful. Since being in the zone is associated with peak performance, it is a much sought after state.
In-depth studies of athletes who have undergone this remarkable experience indicate that it is characterized by intense concentration and a sense of mind and body in perfect harmony. Some athletes describe an impression of time slowing down. Others report a loss of self-consciousness and of movement becoming effortless. Contemporary research has identified three key requirements for entering the zone: advanced technical skill, devotion to the sport, and the ability to immerse oneself completely in the task at hand - hitting a perfect serve in tennis, for example. The research suggests that when an athlete is performing normally, there is conscious mental activity in the left hemisphere of the
ain. As the athlete enters the zone, the right hemisphere is activated to a greater extent. This parallel activity increases his ability to analyze situations calmly, thus enabling him to focus solely on executing the task. Being utterly abso
ed in the process, as opposed to the outcome, the athlete is immune to distractions like the shouts of spectators, and thus optimizes his chances of success.
Sports psychologists also maintain that becoming process-oriented helps to keep a phenomenon called choking at bay. This sudden feeling of anxiety can occur when athletes are outcome-oriented. The athlete becomes distracted by the fear of failure, such as not scoring a much-needed goal. This has an adverse effect on performance, transforming expert players into clumsy amateurs. Traditionally, honing physical skills has taken piority in training, but in light of this research, the emphasis may now shift to training of the mind.
[Source: ECPE, Honors, Adam Tyler, Burlington Books, 2010]
Question 34: The main idea of this article is the link between.....
A. attitude and success in athletics. B. an athlete's
ain function and state of mind.
C. mental state and athletic performance. D. an athlete's physical and mental training.
Question 35: What have studies discovered about being in the zone?
A. It enables the athlete to focus on more than one task at a time.

B. The athlete's attention cannot be diverted.
C. It stimulates the left hemisphere of the
ain.
D. The right hemisphere of the
ain is not dominant.
Question 36: What happens to athletes when they are in the zone?
A. Their movements become slightly slower. B. They can predict the outcome of games.
C. They lose their sense of self. D. They have a feeling of mastery of the sport.
Question 37: What does the word ’honing’ in the last sentence mean?
A. exercising B. making perfect C. relaxing D. strengthening
Question 38: The phrase “in light of” is closest in meaning to.......
        A. because of           B. being promoted by               C. for a new idea of          D. when lighted by
Question 39: According to the text, what can lead to choking?
A. being outcome-oriented B. being unable to control emotions
C. being process-oriented D. being unable to concentrate
Question 40: What does the word ‘immerse’ near the middle of the second paragraph mean?
A. observe B. involve C. adjust D. analyze
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: I’m not sure if I’ve told my parents about the school trip.
A. It's a sure thing that I have told my parents about the school trip.
B. I don't remember telling my parents about the school trip.
C. I forget telling my parents about the school trip.
D. It is not certain that I have told my parents about the school trip.
Question 42: I was in the habit of skipping early morning classes.
A. I was used to skipping early morning classes. B. Skippping early morning classes was my custom.
C. I used to skip early morning classes. D. I habitaually skipped early morning classes.
Question 43: Does it make sense to apply to university or should I take a gap year?
A. Is it sensible that I should apply to university or take a gap year instead?
B. I can't decide whether to apply to university or take a gap year.
C. Is it worth applying university or should I take a gap year?
D. Is it possible that I should apply to university after a gap year?
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the co
ect answer to each of the questions from 44 to 50.
NATURALLY BETTER HOMES
In the 1970s, many people became concerned about energy. People has to face up to the fact that they used too much energy, and energy sources were not going to last forever. One architect, Michael Reynolds, decided to do something. He set out to design homes that were cheaper to build and more energy-efficient. In addition, he wanted to do something about all the ga
age. Finally, he came up with the idea of “earthships.”
Although it sounds like a boat, an earthship is a house. However, unlike regular houses, earthships are constructed from ga
age and are built using only ten percent of the energy needed to build a typical house. Moreover, after they are built, earthships use only ten percent of the energy required to heat, light, and cool a regular home. Although earthships sound unique, they can actually be built to look just like any other house.
One of the big benefits of earthships is that they are made from recycled materials. The main construction material of an earthship is used tyres that are filled with dirt. The dirt-filled tyres are then laid flat and stacked like
icks. Because the tyres are round, there is lots of extra space between the columns of tyres. These spaces are filled with used cardboard. The tyres and cardboard form the outside walls of an earthship. The inside walls between rooms in the earthship do not need to be as strong as the outside walls; therefore, the inside walls are made with old cans, bottles, and cement that are eventually covered and painted to look just like walls in a typical home.
Another benefit of an earthship is that it saves energy and natural resources. For example, an earthship uses less water. Rain water, which is collected on the roof, is used for drinking and bathing. Furthermore, earthships need much less energy for heating and cooling because they are built into the ground, which keeps the temperature inside the house from getting too hot or too cold. In the long run, this helps earthship owners lower their utility bills. As well, one wall of an earthship usually faces south. Therefore, solar heat helps to warm the house, and solar panels built on the roof generate electricity to run appliances in the house.
All of these features make earthships very environmentally friendly. That’s one of the reasons they have become popular throughout the world. Earthships have been built in Bolivia, Australia, Mexico, Japan, Canada, England, Scotland, and all over the US. Maybe in the near future, an earthship will be landing near you!
[Source: Reading Challenge 3, 2nd Edition, Casey Malarcher, pp. 78-79]
Question 44: The word “energy-efficient” is closest in meaning to.......
A. generating more energy B. giving best result
C. short of power D. using little energy
Question 45: What is the main building material of earthships?
A. Used tyres B. Used cardboard C. Old cans and bottles D. Cement
Question 46: Why do earthships need less energy to heat and cool them?

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