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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 452
                                                                                        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. inevitable B. insecticide C. innovate D. incident
    Question 2:A. poisonous B. disastrous C. religious D. infectious
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 3: ~ A: "Is it time for us to leave?" ~  B: "............"
A. not yet B. not ready C. not already D. still not
Question 4: ~ A: "Will you be able to come to the meeting?"  ~  B: "..........."
A. I'm so
y not. B. I'm not afraid so. C. I'm afraid not. D. I'm so
y that "no".
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 05 to 10.
THE IMPORTANCE OF WATER
  More than two-thirds of the Earth's surface is covered with water. Water is essential to life. Neither plants nor animals can live without it.
  Although we are su
ounded by water, only less than three per cent of this water is fresh water, which is important to us. We need fresh water to i
igate our crops, and plants and animals need it to survive.
  Water has become one of the most important sources of energy. In the olden days, we used steam to move engines of ships and trains. Then we discovered hydro-electricity. This meant that there was no need to burn fuel to produce electricity. Fast-running water turned the tu
o engine and this in turn produced energy like electricity. There was less pollution in the process. Later, we built dams alorg rivers to ensure that there was fast-running water and we also made use of tidal waves.
  Sad to say, man has polluted the water which he needs. For years, we have been polluting our water. We use water to flush our waste and we use rivers as sewers to ca
y our wastes away. We dump ru
ish into the lakes and oceans, thinking that it will be safe. Not only that, many industries have dumped unwanted chemicals and toxic substances into the sea. This is because it is cheaper than recycling.
  Oil slicks are another major problem. The oil does not degenerate but floats on the surface and prevents oxygen from entering the sea. Thou­sands of aquatic animals and birds have died because of this.
  We must protect the water from further pollution, or we will be the ones to suffer for our ignorance.
Question 5: Besides enabling our survival, water can also be used.......
A. to produce electricity  B. to wash waste materials
C. as a dumping ground  D. as a sewage system
Question 6: This passage may be found in.......
A. a scientist’s book B. an exam paper C. a scientific report D. a magazine
Question 7: About.......of the earth's surface is approximately made up of land.
A. one whole B. two-thirds C. half D. one-third
Question 8: The word 'flush' is closest in meaning to.......
A. clean up B. empty waste C. tidy up D. clear up
Question 9: People treat the ocean as a dumping ground.......
A. so that the refuse will dissolve in the ocean B. so that the fish can eat the refuse
C. so as to cut costs  D. because the ocean is vast and has no other uses
Question 10: Water is precious though it is in abundance because.......
A. it is salt water and not fresh water that is in abundance B. water is very hard to produce
C. water turns bad easily D. water can only be used once
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 11 to 16.
THE IDEAL JOB
   A government research agency recently ca
ied out a survey in which 15,000 people in the UK were asked the question: 'What would be your ideal job?' Incredibly, around 60% of those who ...(11)... in the questionnaire gave the same answer. It may ...(12)... as a surprise to anyone who actually works in the business, but these people all thought they would like to be writers.
   Although no data is available to ...(13)... their reasons for choosing this particular occupation, it seems that what ...(14)... to these people is the lifestyle that they imagine a writer leading. Writing work is often done from home, with no ...(15)... timetable and so can be combined with family commitments and other activities.
  In reality, of course, the lifestyle isn't so very glamorous. Most writers work on a freelance ...(16)... and so have no regular salary to rely on, challenging deadlines are the norm, and only the most successful of them can expect to make a living from it.
[Source: FOCUS, Practice Test Plus, Pearson, 2016]
 Question 11:A. filled B. completed C. answered D. applied
 Question 12:A. sound B. result C. seem D. come

 Question 13:A. account B. inform C. explain D. refer
 Question 14:A. likes B. attracts C. appeals D. enjoys
 Question 15:A. fixed B. solid C. stuck D. heavy
 Question 16:A. method B. system C. basis D. way
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 17: No one was sure whether Ron will come to the party or not.
A. curious B. doubtful C. ignorant D. certain
Question 18: Things were going well for her till she fell foul of the director.
A. fell in love with B. subscribed to C. had a dispute with D. had a disagreementwith
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 19: After many years of hard work, he retired.
A. After his hard work for many years, he retired.
B. After his many hard-working years, he retired.
C. After he had worked hard for many years, he retired.
D. After he was hard-working for many years, he retired.
Question 20: She awoke with a feeling of te
or.
A. When she felt te
ified, she had awoken. B. When she awoke she felt te
ified.
C. When she felt te
ified enough, she awoke. D. When she felt te
ified, she awoke.
Question 21: I never hear him shout at his children.
A. He is never heard to shout at his children. B. His shouting at his children are never heard.
C. His children are never heard to shout at. D. He is never heard shout at his children.
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 22 to 29.
LOHRI, THE BONFIRE FESTIVAL
  On January 13th, deep in the cold of midwinter,  the people of northern India and especially the Punjab region, cele
ate the colourful winter fertility festival, Lohri. The origins and reasons for this bonfire festival have been lost in the mists of time, but they are associated with a number of fables and folk legends. One of these is a Punjabi version of Robin Hood, about a great wa
ior called Dulla Bhatti. Dulla Bhatti had rebelled against the king and he used to rob the rich and rescue poor girls who had been kidnapped and were about to be sold in foreign slave markets. Dulla is a great heroin Punjabi tradition.
  Another belief about the Lohri tradition is that it began as a cele
ation of the eve of the winter solstice, or the shortest day of the year. This is despite the fact that the festival takes place three weeks after the official and scientifically accepted date of the winter solstice on 21st December. But whatever the case may be. everyone agrees that Lohri cele
ates the end of the long cold dark winter months and the beginning of the new farming year and that it's a festival that
ings everyone together, i
espective of their religion.
   On the day of Lohri, children go from door to door singing traditional songs. Many praise the great hero Dulla Bhatti and others are humorous nonsense songs only sung for Lohri. In return for the entertainment, the children receive gifts known as Lohri. These are collections of tasty treats made up of many ingredients such as sesame seeds, peanuts, sweets and other goodies. Later on, during the evenirg's festivities, the children will give out some of the treats they hive received and share their bounty with others. One of the reasons for this custom is that the Lohri festival is closely associated with the approaching harvest of winter crops (rabi ơops) such as wheat, barley, peas and mustard. Apart from distributing treats to children, people take a variety of foods to temples and other places of worship in order to ensure a good crop.
   Later in the day, people dress up in their finest and most colourful clothes. The women in rich silk saris and the men in delicately em
oidered jackets. As dusk begins to fall, large bonfires are lit in the towns and vllages all over the te
itories of northern India. Then people toss sweets and sesame seeds into the fire and sing songs as the men dance the lively Bhangra dances around the fire. Some people also throw milk and water around the fire or perform prayers in honour of the sun god and to ask for his protection in the coming farming year.
  After the singing and dancing, when the ceremonies are over and the fire has died out, people take the embers from the bonfire to light a new fire in their homes. They believe the embers will help keep them and their animals healthy and they will also help to ensure a good harvest in the coming months. Then friends and relatives meet to exchange gifts and distribute the goodies collected earlier in the day. A traditional dish of Indian cu
y with mustard leaves and spinach is prepared and is served with a traditional type of
ead made from a variety of different seeds. The fun and feasting usually continues late into the night. The following day is believed to be a favourable day to take a holy bath in the river and practise charity, Lohri is more than just a festival, it is a cele
ation of the gift of life.
[Source: ON SCREEN, Intermediate, B1+ / B2, Express Publishing, 2010]
Question 22: People light bonfires......
A. at sunset. B. before dressing for the ceremonies.
C. only in the countryside of north India. D. late in the evening.
Question 23: People believe the embers they take home will help......
A. them acquire more animals. B. them keep their home fires burning.
C. cure them of illnesses. D. their crops to grow.
Question 24: The day after Lohri is considered a good day to......

A. bathe in the sea. B. make a donation. C. cook a cu
y. D. continue feasting
Question 25: Which of the following is closest in meaning to “in return for”?
A. to substitute for B. to pay back C. when coming back from D. in exchange for
Question 26: During the ceremonies, only men......
A. perform the ritual dances. B. throw sweets and seeds in the fire.
C. say the prayers to the sun god. D. sing songs at the bonfire.
    Question 27: Dulla Bhatti......
    A.used to kidnap girls.  B. was an enemy of the king.
C. sold poor people to slave markets. D. is another name for Robin Hood.
Question 28: Many people believe that Lohri......
A. is the shortest day of the year. B. is a festival for people of all religions.
C. is the official winter solstice. D. is not a religious festival.
Question 29: Lohri is.....
A. cele
ated only in the Punjab region. B. a national holiday in India.
C. an international festival in India. D. a seasonal regional festival.
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 30: The jurors were told to....... 
A. make lots of expressions B. speak freely
C. talk all they wanted  D. talk with their minds open
Question 31: The families were told to evacuate their houses immediately....... .
A. in the time when the water raised B. when the water began to rise
C. at the time when the water began to go up D. when up was going the water
Question 32: Rarely......last longer than an hour.
A. tornados that B. tornados C. do tornados D. tornados do
Question 33: Bacteria may be round,....... , or spiral.
A. rod shapes B. like a rod's shape C. in the shape of rods D. rod-shaped
Question 34: …...play Alison’s House, the author Susan Glaspell won a Pulitzer Prize in 1931.
A. By her B. It was her C. Her D. For her
Question 35: There are believed......over 300 species of trees in El Yunque rain forest in Puerto Rico.
A. being B. there are C. to be D. they are
Question 36: ........get older, the games they play become increasingly complex.
A. Children B. For children to C. Children, when they D. As children
Question 37: Those students do not like to read novels.......text books.
A. in any case B. forgetting about C. much less D. leaving out of the question
Question 38: He……looked forward to the new venture.
A. eagernessly B. eagerly C. with great eagerness   D. in a state of increasing eagerness
Question 39: When Jane won the prize, I.......her on her success.
A. rejoiced B. approved C. appreciated D. congratulated
Question 40: He entered a university........
A. when he had sixteen years B. at age sixteen years old
C. when sixteen years were his six D. at the age of sixteen
Question 41: Everyone knows that these two firms have been in fierce.......to get the job of running the hotel.
A. involvement B. management C. a
angement D. competition
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 42: Despite weeks of media speculation, the president refused to tip his hand about his plans for re-election.
A. announce B. publicize C. certify D. make known
Question 43: It’s too expensive for me. I can’t afford it.
A. pay for B. spend C. cost D. save
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
    Question 44:A. play B. mayor C. stay D. tray
    Question 45:A. purchase B. replace C. palace D. surface
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: Despite of modern medical technology, many diseases caused by viruses are still not curable.
A. many B. Despite of C. by viruses D. not
Question 47: Though Pablo Picasso was primarily a painting, he also became a fine sculptor, engraver, and ceramist.
A. Though B. painting C. fine D. primarily
Question 48: People who live in small towns often seem warmer and more friendly than people who live in populated densely areas.
A. small towns B. who C. populated densely D. seem

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: I like her. I wouldn't want to spend a lot of time with her.
A. Since I like her, I wouldn't want to spend a lot of time with her.
B. I like her or else I wouldn't want to spend a lot of time with her.
C. However I like her, I wouldn't want to spend a lot of time with her.
D. I like her while I wouldn't want to spend a lot of time with her.
Question 50: They disobeyed the teacher. They had to stay behind after school.
A. They disobeyed the teacher; they had to stay behind after school, though.
B. They disobeyed the teacher; however, they had to stay behind after school.
C. They disobeyed the teacher; as a result, they had to stay behind after school.
D. After they disobeyed the teacher, they had to stay behind after school.  
 
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 877
                                                                                        Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề
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 01 to 06.
THE IMPORTANCE OF WATER
  More than two-thirds of the Earth's surface is covered with water. Water is essential to life. Neither plants nor animals can live without it.
  Although we are su
ounded by water, only less than three per cent of this water is fresh water, which is important to us. We need fresh water to i
igate our crops, and plants and animals need it to survive.
  Water has become one of the most important sources of energy. In the olden days, we used steam to move engines of ships and trains. Then we discovered hydro-electricity. This meant that there was no need to burn fuel to produce electricity. Fast-running water turned the tu
o engine and this in turn produced energy like electricity. There was less pollution in the process. Later, we built dams alorg rivers to ensure that there was fast-running water and we also made use of tidal waves.
  Sad to say, man has polluted the water which he needs. For years, we have been polluting our water. We use water to flush our waste and we use rivers as sewers to ca
y our wastes away. We dump ru
ish into the lakes and oceans, thinking that it will be safe. Not only that, many industries have dumped unwanted chemicals and toxic substances into the sea. This is because it is cheaper than recycling.
  Oil slicks are another major problem. The oil does not degenerate but floats on the surface and prevents oxygen from entering the sea. Thou­sands of aquatic animals and birds have died because of this.
  We must protect the water from further pollution, or we will be the ones to suffer for our ignorance.
Question 1: People treat the ocean as a dumping ground.......
A. so that the refuse will dissolve in the ocean B. because the ocean is vast and has no other uses
C. so that the fish can eat the refuse D. so as to cut costs
Question 2: Water is precious though it is in abundance because.......
A. it is salt water and not fresh water that is in abundance B. water is very hard to produce
C. water turns bad easily D. water can only be used once
Question 3: This passage may be found in.......
A. an exam paper B. a magazine C. a scientist’s book D. a scientific report
Question 4: The word 'flush' is closest in meaning to.......
A. tidy up B. clean up C. clear up D. empty waste
Question 5: About.......of the earth's surface is approximately made up of land.
A. one-third B. half C. two-thirds D. one whole
Question 6: Besides enabling our survival, water can also be used.......
A. as a dumping ground  B. as a sewage system
C. to produce electricity  D. to wash waste materials
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 7: People who live in small towns often seem warmer and more friendly than people who live in populated densely areas.
A. who B. seem C. small towns D. populated densely
Question 8: Though Pablo Picasso was primarily a painting, he also became a fine sculptor, engraver, and ceramist.
A. Though B. primarily C. fine D. painting
Question 9: Despite of modern medical technology, many diseases caused by viruses are still not curable.
A. many B. Despite of C. not D. by viruses
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 10: The jurors were told to....... 
A. talk all they wanted  B. speak freely
C. talk with their minds open D. make lots of expressions
Question 11: He……looked forward to the new venture.
A. eagernessly B. eagerly  C. with great eagerness    D. in a state of increasing eagerness
Question 12: The families were told to evacuate their houses immediately....... .
A. at the time when the water began to go up B. when the water began to rise
C. when up was going the water D. in the time when the water raised
Question 13: He entered a university........
A. when he had sixteen years B. when sixteen years were his six
C. at age sixteen years old  D. at the age of sixteen
Question 14: …...play Alison’s House, the author Susan Glaspell won a Pulitzer Prize in 1931.
A. For her B. By her C. It was her D. Her
Question 15: When Jane won the prize, I.......her on her success.
A. rejoiced B. approved C. congratulated D. appreciated
Question 16: Those students do not like to read novels.......text books.

A. leaving out of the question  B. in any case C. forgetting about D. much less
Question 17: Bacteria may be round,....... , or spiral.
A. rod shapes B. in the shape of rods C. like a rod's shape D. rod-shaped
Question 18: Rarely......last longer than an hour.
A. tornados B. tornados do C. do tornados D. tornados that
Question 19: Everyone knows that these two firms have been in fierce.......to get the job of running the hotel.
A. involvement B. competition C. management D. a
angement
Question 20: There are believed......over 300 species of trees in El Yunque rain forest in Puerto Rico.
A. there are B. they are C. being D. to be
Question 21: ........get older, the games they play become increasingly complex.
A. Children B. For children to C. Children, when they D. As children
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 22: Despite weeks of media speculation, the president refused to tip his hand about his plans for re-election.
A. publicize B. make known C. announce D. certify
Question 23: It’s too expensive for me. I can’t afford it.
A. cost B. spend C. save D. pay for
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 24:A. tray B. mayor C. stay D. play
   Question 25:A. surface B. palace C. replace D. purchase
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 26: ~ A: "Will you be able to come to the meeting?"  ~  B: "..........."
A. I'm so
y not. B. I'm not afraid so. C. I'm so
y that "no". D. I'm afraid not.
Question 27: ~ A: "Is it time for us to leave?" ~  B: "............"
A. still not B. not yet C. not ready D. not already
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.
THE IDEAL JOB
   A government research agency recently ca
ied out a survey in which 15,000 people in the UK were asked the question: 'What would be your ideal job?' Incredibly, around 60% of those who ...(28)... in the questionnaire gave the same answer. It may ...(29)... as a surprise to anyone who actually works in the business, but these people all thought they would like to be writers.
   Although no data is available to ...(30)... their reasons for choosing this particular occupation, it seems that what ...(31)... to these people is the lifestyle that they imagine a writer leading. Writing work is often done from home, with no ...(32)... timetable and so can be combined with family commitments and other activities.
  In reality, of course, the lifestyle isn't so very glamorous. Most writers work on a freelance ...(33)... and so have no regular salary to rely on, challenging deadlines are the norm, and only the most successful of them can expect to make a living from it.
[Source: FOCUS, Practice Test Plus, Pearson, 2016]
 Question 28:A. answered B. filled C. applied D. completed
 Question 29:A. seem B. sound C. come D. result
 Question 30:A. inform B. explain C. account D. refer
 Question 31:A. appeals B. attracts C. likes D. enjoys
 Question 32:A. stuck B. fixed C. heavy D. solid
 Question 33:A. system B. basis C. method D. way
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 34: After many years of hard work, he retired.
A. After he was hard-working for many years, he retired.
B. After he had worked hard for many years, he retired.
C. After his hard work for many years, he retired.
D. After his many hard-working years, he retired.
Question 35: I never hear him shout at his children.
A. His shouting at his children are never heard. B. He is never heard shout at his children.
C. His children are never heard to shout at. D. He is never heard to shout at his children.
Question 36: She awoke with a feeling of te
or.
A. When she felt te
ified, she awoke. B. When she felt te
ified, she had awoken.
C. When she felt te
ified enough, she awoke. D. When she awoke she felt te
ified.
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 44.

LOHRI, THE BONFIRE FESTIVAL
  On January 13th, deep in the cold of midwinter,  the people of northern India and especially the Punjab region, cele
ate the colourful winter fertility festival, Lohri. The origins and reasons for this bonfire festival have been lost in the mists of time, but they are associated with a number of fables and folk legends. One of these is a Punjabi version of Robin Hood, about a great wa
ior called Dulla Bhatti. Dulla Bhatti had rebelled against the king and he used to rob the rich and rescue poor girls who had been kidnapped and were about to be sold in foreign slave markets. Dulla is a great heroin Punjabi tradition.
  Another belief about the Lohri tradition is that it began as a cele
ation of the eve of the winter solstice, or the shortest day of the year. This is despite the fact that the festival takes place three weeks after the official and scientifically accepted date of the winter solstice on 21st December. But whatever the case may be. everyone agrees that Lohri cele
ates the end of the long cold dark winter months and the beginning of the new farming year and that it's a festival that
ings everyone together, i
espective of their religion.
   On the day of Lohri, children go from door to door singing traditional songs. Many praise the great hero Dulla Bhatti and others are humorous nonsense songs only sung for Lohri. In return for the entertainment, the children receive gifts known as Lohri. These are collections of tasty treats made up of many ingredients such as sesame seeds, peanuts, sweets and other goodies. Later on, during the evenirg's festivities, the children will give out some of the treats they hive received and share their bounty with others. One of the reasons for this custom is that the Lohri festival is closely associated with the approaching harvest of winter crops (rabi ơops) such as wheat, barley, peas and mustard. Apart from distributing treats to children, people take a variety of foods to temples and other places of worship in order to ensure a good crop.
   Later in the day, people dress up in their finest and most colourful clothes. The women in rich silk saris and the men in delicately em
oidered jackets. As dusk begins to fall, large bonfires are lit in the towns and vllages all over the te
itories of northern India. Then people toss sweets and sesame seeds into the fire and sing songs as the men dance the lively Bhangra dances around the fire. Some people also throw milk and water around the fire or perform prayers in honour of the sun god and to ask for his protection in the coming farming year.
  After the singing and dancing, when the ceremonies are over and the fire has died out, people take the embers from the bonfire to light a new fire in their homes. They believe the embers will help keep them and their animals healthy and they will also help to ensure a good harvest in the coming months. Then friends and relatives meet to exchange gifts and distribute the goodies collected earlier in the day. A traditional dish of Indian cu
y with mustard leaves and spinach is prepared and is served with a traditional type of
ead made from a variety of different seeds. The fun and feasting usually continues late into the night. The following day is believed to be a favourable day to take a holy bath in the river and practise charity, Lohri is more than just a festival, it is a cele
ation of the gift of life.
[Source: ON SCREEN, Intermediate, B1+ / B2, Express Publishing, 2010]
Question 37: Lohri is.....
A. a national holiday in India. B. an international festival in India.
C. cele
ated only in the Punjab region. D. a seasonal regional festival.
Question 38: People believe the embers they take home will help......
A. them keep their home fires burning. B. them acquire more animals.
C. their crops to grow.  D. cure them of illnesses.
    Question 39: Dulla Bhatti......
A. is another name for Robin Hood. B. was an enemy of the king.
    C. sold poor people to slave markets. D. used to kidnap girls.
Question 40: Which of the following is closest in meaning to “in return for”?
A. in exchange for B. to substitute for C. when coming back from D. to pay back
Question 41: During the ceremonies, only men......
A. say the prayers to the sun god. B. throw sweets and seeds in the fire.
C. perform the ritual dances. D. sing songs at the bonfire.
Question 42: People light bonfires......
A. before dressing for the ceremonies. B. at sunset.
C. only in the countryside of north India. D. late in the evening.
Question 43: Many people believe that Lohri......
A. is the official winter solstice. B. is the shortest day of the year.
C. is not a religious festival. D. is a festival for people of all religions.
Question 44: The day after Lohri is considered a good day to......
A. bathe in the sea. B. cook a cu
y. C. make a donation. D. continue feasting
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 45: They disobeyed the teacher. They had to stay behind after school.
A. They disobeyed the teacher; however, they had to stay behind after school.
B. They disobeyed the teacher; as a result, they had to stay behind after school.
C. After they disobeyed the teacher, they had to stay behind after school.  
D. They disobeyed the teacher; they had to stay behind after school, though.
Question 46: I like her. I wouldn't want to spend a lot of time with her.
A. I like her while I wouldn't want to spend a lot of time with her.
B. Since I like her, I wouldn't want to spend a lot of time with her.

C. However I like her, I wouldn't want to spend a lot of time with her.
D. I like her or else I wouldn't want to spend a lot of time with her.
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 47:A. inevitable B. innovate C. insecticide D. incident
    Question 48:A. infectious B. religious C. poisonous D. disastrous
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 49: No one was sure whether Ron will come to the party or not.
A. certain B. ignorant C. doubtful D. curious
Question 50: Things were going well for her till she fell foul of the director.
A. had a disagreementwith B. subscribed to C. had a dispute with D. fell in love with
 
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      ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC                                                                      NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
    (Đề gồm có 04 trang)                                                            MÔN TIẾNG ANH  ~  MÃ ĐỀ 449
                                                                                        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. incident B. insecticide C. inevitable D. innovate
    Question 2:A. disastrous B. poisonous C. infectious D. religious
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 3: ~ A: "Will you be able to come to the meeting?"  ~  B: "..........."
A. I'm afraid not. B. I'm so
y that "no". C. I'm so
y not. D. I'm not afraid so.
Question 4: ~ A: "Is it time for us to leave?" ~  B: "............"
A. not yet B. still not C. not ready D. not already
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: He entered a university........
A. when he had sixteen years B. at age sixteen years old
C. when sixteen years were his six D. at the age of sixteen
Question 6: Rarely......last longer than an hour.
A. do tornados B. tornados do C. tornados that D. tornados
Question 7: When Jane won the prize, I.......her on her success.
A. appreciated B. rejoiced C. approved D. congratulated
Question 8: Those students do not like to read novels.......text books.
A. leaving out of the question B. forgetting about C. in any case D. much less
Question 9: …...play Alison’s House, the author Susan Glaspell won a Pulitzer Prize in 1931.
A. Her B. It was her C. By her D. For her
Question 10: ........get older, the games they play become increasingly complex.
A. For children to B. Children, when they C. As children D. Children
Question 11: The families were told to evacuate their houses immediately....... .
A. at the time when the water began to go up B. when up was going the water
C. when the water began to rise D. in the time when the water raised
Question 12: There are believed......over 300 species of trees in El Yunque rain forest in Puerto Rico.
A. to be B. they are C. there are D. being
Question 13: Everyone knows that these two firms have been in fierce.......to get the job of running the hotel.
A. management B. competition C. a
angement D. involvement
Question 14: He……looked forward to the new venture.
A. eagerly B. eagernessly C. with great eagerness D. in a state of increasing eagerness
Question 15: Bacteria may be round,....... , or spiral.
A. rod shapes B. like a rod's shape C. in the shape of rods D. rod-shaped
Question 16: The jurors were told to....... 
A. speak freely  B. talk all they wanted
C. make lots of expressions D. talk with their minds open
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: It’s too expensive for me. I can’t afford it.
A. pay for B. save C. cost D. spend
Question 18: Despite weeks of media speculation, the president refused to tip his hand about his plans for re-election.
A. announce B. make known C. certify D. publicize
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 19 to 26.
LOHRI, THE BONFIRE FESTIVAL
  On January 13th, deep in the cold of midwinter,  the people of northern India and especially the Punjab region, cele
ate the colourful winter fertility festival, Lohri. The origins and reasons for this bonfire festival have been lost in the mists of time, but they are associated with a number of fables and folk legends. One of these is a Punjabi version of Robin Hood, about a great wa
ior called Dulla Bhatti. Dulla Bhatti had rebelled against the king and he used to rob the rich and rescue poor girls who had been kidnapped and were about to be sold in foreign slave markets. Dulla is a great heroin Punjabi tradition.
  Another belief about the Lohri tradition is that it began as a cele
ation of the eve of the winter solstice, or the shortest day of the year. This is despite the fact that the festival takes place three weeks after the official and scientifically accepted date of the winter solstice on 21st December. But whatever the case may be. everyone agrees that Lohri cele
ates the end of the long cold dark winter months and the beginning of the new farming year and that it's a festival that
ings everyone together, i
espective of their religion.

   On the day of Lohri, children go from door to door singing traditional songs. Many praise the great hero Dulla Bhatti and others are humorous nonsense songs only sung for Lohri. In return for the entertainment, the children receive gifts known as Lohri. These are collections of tasty treats made up of many ingredients such as sesame seeds, peanuts, sweets and other goodies. Later on, during the evenirg's festivities, the children will give out some of the treats they hive received and share their bounty with others. One of the reasons for this custom is that the Lohri festival is closely associated with the approaching harvest of winter crops (rabi ơops) such as wheat, barley, peas and mustard. Apart from distributing treats to children, people take a variety of foods to temples and other places of worship in order to ensure a good crop.
   Later in the day, people dress up in their finest and most colourful clothes. The women in rich silk saris and the men in delicately em
oidered jackets. As dusk begins to fall, large bonfires are lit in the towns and vllages all over the te
itories of northern India. Then people toss sweets and sesame seeds into the fire and sing songs as the men dance the lively Bhangra dances around the fire. Some people also throw milk and water around the fire or perform prayers in honour of the sun god and to ask for his protection in the coming farming year.
  After the singing and dancing, when the ceremonies are over and the fire has died out, people take the embers from the bonfire to light a new fire in their homes. They believe the embers will help keep them and their animals healthy and they will also help to ensure a good harvest in the coming months. Then friends and relatives meet to exchange gifts and distribute the goodies collected earlier in the day. A traditional dish of Indian cu
y with mustard leaves and spinach is prepared and is served with a traditional type of
ead made from a variety of different seeds. The fun and feasting usually continues late into the night. The following day is believed to be a favourable day to take a holy bath in the river and practise charity, Lohri is more than just a festival, it is a cele
ation of the gift of life.
[Source: ON SCREEN, Intermediate, B1+ / B2, Express Publishing, 2010]
Question 19: Lohri is.....
A. an international festival in India. B. cele
ated only in the Punjab region.
C. a national holiday in India. D. a seasonal regional festival.
Question 20: Many people believe that Lohri......
A. is a festival for people of all religions. B. is the official winter solstice.
C. is the shortest day of the year. D. is not a religious festival.
Question 21: The day after Lohri is considered a good day to......
A. cook a cu
y. B. bathe in the sea. C. make a donation. D. continue feasting
Question 22: People believe the embers they take home will help......
A. them keep their home fires burning. B. cure them of illnesses.
C. them acquire more animals. D. their crops to grow.
Question 23: During the ceremonies, only men......
A. perform the ritual dances. B. sing songs at the bonfire.
C. throw sweets and seeds in the fire. D. say the prayers to the sun god.
Question 24: People light bonfires......
A. before dressing for the ceremonies. B. at sunset.
C. late in the evening.  D. only in the countryside of north India.
Question 25: Which of the following is closest in meaning to “in return for”?
A. to substitute for B. in exchange for C. when coming back from D. to pay back
    Question 26: Dulla Bhatti......
A. is another name for Robin Hood. B. was an enemy of the king.
    C. sold poor people to slave markets. D. used to kidnap girls.
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 27:A. tray B. mayor C. play D. stay
    Question 28:A. palace B. purchase C. replace D. surface
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 29: She awoke with a feeling of te
or.
A. When she felt te
ified, she awoke. B. When she awoke she felt te
ified.
C. When she felt te
ified, she had awoken. D. When she felt te
ified enough, she awoke.
Question 30: I never hear him shout at his children.
A. His children are never heard to shout at. B. He is never heard to shout at his children.
C. His shouting at his children are never heard. D. He is never heard shout at his children.
Question 31: After many years of hard work, he retired.
A. After his hard work for many years, he retired.
B. After he was hard-working for many years, he retired.
C. After he had worked hard for many years, he retired.
D. After his many hard-working years, he retired.
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 32 to 37.
THE IMPORTANCE OF WATER
  More than two-thirds of the Earth's surface is covered with water. Water is essential to life. Neither plants nor animals can live without it.

  Although we are su
ounded by water, only less than three per cent of this water is fresh water, which is important to us. We need fresh water to i
igate our crops, and plants and animals need it to survive.
  Water has become one of the most important sources of energy. In the olden days, we used steam to move engines of ships and trains. Then we discovered hydro-electricity. This meant that there was no need to burn fuel to produce electricity. Fast-running water turned the tu
o engine and this in turn produced energy like electricity. There was less pollution in the process. Later, we built dams alorg rivers to ensure that there was fast-running water and we also made use of tidal waves.
  Sad to say, man has polluted the water which he needs. For years, we have been polluting our water. We use water to flush our waste and we use rivers as sewers to ca
y our wastes away. We dump ru
ish into the lakes and oceans, thinking that it will be safe. Not only that, many industries have dumped unwanted chemicals and toxic substances into the sea. This is because it is cheaper than recycling.
  Oil slicks are another major problem. The oil does not degenerate but floats on the surface and prevents oxygen from entering the sea. Thou­sands of aquatic animals and birds have died because of this.
  We must protect the water from further pollution, or we will be the ones to suffer for our ignorance.
Question 32: About.......of the earth's surface is approximately made up of land.
A. one whole B. two-thirds C. one-third D. half
Question 33: Besides enabling our survival, water can also be used.......
A. to produce electricity  B. as a sewage system
C. as a dumping ground  D. to wash waste materials
Question 34: This passage may be found in.......
A. a scientist’s book B. a magazine C. an exam paper D. a scientific report
Question 35: Water is precious though it is in abundance because.......
A. water turns bad easily  B. it is salt water and not fresh water that is in abundance
C. water can only be used once D. water is very hard to produce
Question 36: The word 'flush' is closest in meaning to.......
A. clean up B. clear up C. empty waste D. tidy up
Question 37: People treat the ocean as a dumping ground.......
A. so that the refuse will dissolve in the ocean B. so that the fish can eat the refuse
C. because the ocean is vast and has no other uses D. so as to cut costs
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 38: Things were going well for her till she fell foul of the director.
A. had a dispute with B. fell in love with C. subscribed to D. had a disagreementwith
Question 39: No one was sure whether Ron will come to the party or not.
A. doubtful B. certain C. ignorant D. curious
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 40: Despite of modern medical technology, many diseases caused by viruses are still not curable.
A. Despite of B. by viruses C. not D. many
Question 41: Though Pablo Picasso was primarily a painting, he also became a fine sculptor, engraver, and ceramist.
A. primarily B. painting C. Though D. fine
Question 42: People who live in small towns often seem warmer and more friendly than people who live in populated densely areas.
A. populated densely B. who C. seem D. small towns
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 43 to 48.
THE IDEAL JOB
   A government research agency recently ca
ied out a survey in which 15,000 people in the UK were asked the question: 'What would be your ideal job?' Incredibly, around 60% of those who ...(43)... in the questionnaire gave the same answer. It may ...(44)... as a surprise to anyone who actually works in the business, but these people all thought they would like to be writers.
   Although no data is available to ...(45)... their reasons for choosing this particular occupation, it seems that what ...(46)... to these people is the lifestyle that they imagine a writer leading. Writing work is often done from home, with no ...(47)... timetable and so can be combined with family commitments and other activities.
  In reality, of course, the lifestyle isn't so very glamorous. Most writers work on a freelance ...(48)... and so have no regular salary to rely on, challenging deadlines are the norm, and only the most successful of them can expect to make a living from it.
[Source: FOCUS, Practice Test Plus, Pearson, 2016]
 Question 43:A. answered B. filled C. applied D. completed
 Question 44:A. sound B. seem C. come D. result
 Question 45:A. inform B. account C. explain D. refer
 Question 46:A. enjoys B. attracts C. likes D. appeals
 Question 47:A. fixed B. solid C. stuck D. heavy

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