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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 337
                                                                                        Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề
I. 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. medieval B. metallic C. mechanic D. melancholy
    Question 2:A. fought B. fundamental C. cauliflower D. fluorescence
II. 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. trout B. fought C. scout D. found
    Question 4:A. prune B.
unette C. fortune D. tune
III. 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 5: Smoking is a causative factor in the development of several serious diseases, including lung cancer.
A. source B. origin C. cause D. reason
Question 6: The issue of pay rise will loom large at the year-end conference.
A. be raised suddenly B. become important C. be discussed D. cause wo
y
IV. 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 7: I’m becoming increasingly....... Last week I locked myself out of the house twice.
A. forgetful B. absent C. oblivious D. mindless
Question 8: The.......are against her winning a fourth consecutive gold medal.
A. odds B. chances C. bets D. prospects
Question 9: Everyone is hoping and praying that......peace will eventually come to the area.
A. lasting B. i
evocable C. ongoing D. durable
Question 10: She's not very....... She’s never quite sure what she wants to do.
A. lively B. energetic C. decisive D. active
Question 11: Even though I didn’t want my son to leave home, since he was twenty-one there was nothing I could do to.......it.
A. resist B. hinder C. cease D. prevent
Question 12: Even though they don’t agree with what’s happening, they’re too.......to protest.
A. apathetic B. outgoing C. subdued D. quiet
Question 13: He’s very......about his private life. He’s got no secrets.
A. open B. trustworthy C. sincere D. direct
Question 14: Which of the following describes a country’s armed force that operates at sea?
A. navy B. air force C. army D. civilians
Question 15: My car is very......; it’s never
oken down.
A. edible B. reliable C. unreliable D. inedible
Question 16: Helen’s parents were very pleased when they read her school.......
A. diploma B. account C. report D. papers
Question 17: Before you begin the exam paper, always read the......carefully.
A. instructions B. answers C. orders D. rules
Question 18: Don’t be........ . Say thank you.
A. rude B. tactless C. nasty D. crude
V. 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 19: ~ A: “Don’t get a black cat -  they
ing bad luck!”  ~  B: “......................”
A. No, it can jump over this fence. B. Don’t be serious. It’s just for fun.
C. Yes, I bought it at the bazaar. D. That’s a load of ru
ish!
Question 20: ~ A: “.................”   ~   B: “Is there something on your mind?”
A. I’ve been feeling a bit anxious lately. B. I feel like going out for a while.
C. I’ve been out strolling all day. D. Why don’t you think more rationally?
VI. 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 21: Public opinion is cu
ently running against the banking industry.
A. stand up for B. kick out C. poke fun at D. look up to
Question 22: She can't accept even mild criticism of her work.
A. severe B. high C. deep D. soft
VII. 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 23 to 28.
AFTERNOON TEA

    In far too many places in England today, the agreeable habit of taking afternoon tea has vanished. 'Such a shocking waste of time,' says one. 'Quite unnecessary, if one has had lunch or ...(23)... to eat in the evening,' says another.
   All very true, ...(24)... but what a lot of innocent pleasure these strong-minded people are missing! The very ritual of tea-making, warming the pot, making sure that the water is just boiling, inhaling the fragrant steam, a
anging the tea-cosy to fit snugly around the container, all the preliminaries ...(25)... up to the exquisite pleasure of ...(26)... the
ew from thin porcelain, and helping oneself to hot buttered scones and strawbe
y jam, a slice of feather-light sponge cake or home-made short
ead.
   Taking tea is a highly civilized pastime, and fortunately is still in favour in Thrush Green, where the inhabitants have got it down to a ...(27)... art. It is common ...(28)... in that pleasant village to invite friends to tea rather than lunch or dinner.
  Question 23:A. views B. designs C. proposes D. minds
  Question 24:A. no wonder B. no way C. no doubt D. no matter
  Question 25:A. run B. come C. draw D. lead
  Question 26:A. sipping B. quenching C. ni
ling D. munching
  Question 27:A. sheer B. rare C. fine D. pure
  Question 28:A. custom B. procedure C. habit D. practice
VIII. 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 29: We had prepared everything carefully for the party. Few guests came.
A. In spite of having prepared everything for the party carefully, few guests came.
B. Despite our careful preparation for the party, few guests came.
C. Although everything for party prepared carefully, few guests came.
D. However few guests came, we had prepared everything for the party carefully.
Question 30: She could dress herself when she was 3. She remembers this.
A. She remembers having dressed herself when she was 3.
B. She remembers having herself dressed when she was 3.  
C. She remembers being able to dress herself when she was 3.
D. She remembers to dress for herself at 3.
IX. 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 31 to 37.
THE HUMAN SCARECROW
Being told to
ing a deckchair and a good book for the first day in a new job might not be the kind of advice you’d expect to receive from your new boss, but that’s exactly the advice Jamie Fox was given when he took up a post to help out a local farmer.
   Fox, twenty-two, a music graduate from Bangor University, uses a range of musical instruments to scare off partridges that have been destroying crops because ordinary scarecrows don’t quite seem up to the job. Despite working from 7.30 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. for a minimum wage, Fox, who is saving up to finance a trip to New Zealand, is quite content with his unique position. Indeed, he’d much rather be out in the open air reading and playing instruments, he says, and time passes much quicker than sitting at home doing nothing and claiming unemployment benefit.
   Fox can do anything he likes to pass the time. As well as playing musical instruments and reading to relieve the monotony, other perks of the job include doing Sudoku puzzles, observing the wildlife and daydreaming. He does, however, need to get out of the comfort of his chair occasionally to scare the partridges off the fields. And although the work is far from lucrative, some of Jamie’s friends, including those with more generously paid jobs, are reportedly envious of his position and the fact that he spends the best part of the day doing largely as he pleases.
   His employer, farmer William Youngs, claims that he was forced to take someone on as a human scarecrow after the partridges didn’t respond to more traditional methods of frightening them away. Since losing thirty acres worth of crops to the birds at a cost of thousands of pounds, Youngs has tried a variety of approaches to protect his livelihood. Now, however, he is happy with the solution and claims that Jamie’s presence in the fields is proving very effective and making a real difference.
Question 31: Jamie Fox’s plans include......
A. becoming a farmer. B. earning more money. C. joining a band. D. travelling a
oad.
Question 32: What is true about Jamie’s job?
A. He gets uncomfortable.  B. He doesn’t need to move.
C. He makes a lot of noise. D. He has replaced another person.
Question 33: Mr Youngs decided to employ Jamie because......
A. he can pay him a low wage. B. he wants to help with the problem of unemployment
C. he considered Jamie a good worker. D. he lost lots of crops previously.
Question 34: Jamie’s friends are envious because of......
A. the fact he enjoys what he is doing. B. the hours he works.
C. the money he earns.  D. the nature of his work.
Question 35: Jamie Fox is happy with his job because......
A. he never gets bored. B. he has plenty of free time during the day.
C. he uses his educational background. D. he thinks it is better than being out of work.
Question 36: The phrase “up to the job” is closest in meaning to......
A. good enough to do the job B. over-consuming

C. unable to fulfill it  D. unsuitable for the job
Question 37: Which word is the synomym with “lucrative”?
A. profitable B. lu
icious C. successful D. glistening
X. 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 38 to 44.
   Entrepreneurial schoolboy Tommie Rose, made £14,000 towards his university fees by selling sweets from a 'black market' tuck shop at his school. Tommie, fifteen, bought chocolate, crisps and fizzy drinks in bulk from discount stores and sold them to fellow pupils at a competitive mark-up. For three years, he saved his £60 to £70 daily earnings towards the £9,000-a-year tuition fees for university, and has his eye on studying business at Oxford or Cam
idge.
  However, teachers at Buile Hill High School in Salford, Greater Manchester, threatened to suspend the teenager from school if he didn't shut down the unofficial tuck shop. Tommie, who lives in Salford, was suspended from his previous school for ten days for running a similar business, which he said was inspired by television shows such as Dragons' Den and The Apprentice.
  His parents, Gary, thirty-three, an office worker, and Tracy, also thirty-three, a gym manager, said they would struggle to support their son through university on their own. 'He's a typical teenage boy who saw what he wanted and worked hard for it,' said Mr Rose. 'He realised that if you want to get ahead in business and in life, you have to start at a young age. I could only dream of making that sort of money at his age.'
  James Inman, the head teacher at Buile Hill School, said, 'We admire this pupil's entrepreneurship, but school is not the place to set up a black market for junk food. We have extremely high standards and with our healthy-eating policy, we do not allow fizzy drinks or large amounts of sweets.'
  Faced with the threat of suspension, Tommie has decided to close his tuck shop business for now and donate the remaining snacks and drinks to the homeless in Manchester. However, aware of the advantages of working as he studies, Tommie plans to continue earning money and gaining valuable experience. The young entrepreneur is meeting his head teacher with a business plan for a healthy tuck shop, and has found himself back in the news again as he attempts to sell a signed bottle of a well-known energy drink online to the highest bidder. He also has plans for a new business involving T-shirts and has been offered work experience at a recruitment firm in Manchester. Tommie said, 'I have had a few other job offers since the story appeared in the media. I just love the world of business.'
Question 38: Buile Hill School's reaction has prompted Tommie to......
A. leave school to experience working for a local business. B. give up his attempts to make money.
C. redesign his tuck shop business. D. start an Internet-based business selling snacks.
Question 39: The word “recruitment” is synonymous with.....
A. recovering business B. new employment C. assembling service D. finding new members
Question 40: Tommie's father......
A. finds it difficult to support his son's actions.
B. says Tommie has always dreamed of making money.
C. admits that Tommie is not a regular teenager.
D. feels that Tommie has learned an important lesson early in his life.
Question 41: The phrase “suspended from school” is closest in meaning to.....
A. temporarily not allowed to go to school B. banned from schools
C. ejected from sschool for ever D. prevented from schooling
Question 42: According to the passage, the writer emphasises.....
A. how young people can benefit from working while still at school.
B. the negative impacts of working while still studying at school.
C. why earning independently is important for young people.
D. how young people's attitudes to work have changed.
Question 43: Tommie set up his business......
A. because his school didn't provide a quality service.
B. so that he would be accepted at Oxford or Cam
idge universities.
C. so that he would be able to afford the fees at a top university.
D. to prove what a good businessman he is.
Question 44: Buile Hill School objects to Tommie's business because......
A. he is competing with the school's own official tuck shop.
B. he has already been suspended from another school for running a similar business there.
C. they are concerned about the effect of the products Tommie sells on other students.
D. they believe Tommie is too young to run a business.
XI. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 45: Everyone at the factory was wo
ied about the possibility of losing their job.
A. The chance that they might lose their jobs troubled all those at the factory.
B. All of the factory employees realized that they would soon lose their jobs.
C. All those at the factory wondered how they might be able to keep their jobs.
D. Few of those working at the factory felt that their jobs were secure.

Question 46: Much to our astonishment, he soon proved himself to be a very talented organiser.
A. The speed with which he developed his administrative potential didn’t surprise us all.
B. His organising abilities were surprisingly enough not recognised until too late.
C. It wasn’t long before his administrative gifts became apparent, which surprised us greatly.
D. The astonishing thing was that such a talented man should take on the organisation.
Question 47: Don’t distu
me unless it is something urgent.
A. I will only bother you if there is some sort of emergency.
B. You can only inte
upt me if it is some sort of emergency.
C. When you need something fast, you can call on me.
D. Unless something te
ible happens, please leave me alone.
XII. 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 48: All the blood in the body passes through the heart at least twice the minute.
A. the minute B. at least C. passes through D. All the blood
Question 49: However your profession is, you should read regularly to keep pace at least with the developments in your own field.
A. However B. keep pace C. in D. regularly
Question 50: It is vital that parents know when to punish their children and when they should reward them.
A. they should B. It is C. and D. their
 
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 312
                                                                                        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 sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 1: Don’t distu
me unless it is something urgent.
A. When you need something fast, you can call on me.
B. I will only bother you if there is some sort of emergency.
C. Unless something te
ible happens, please leave me alone.
D. You can only inte
upt me if it is some sort of emergency.
Question 2: Everyone at the factory was wo
ied about the possibility of losing their job.
A. The chance that they might lose their jobs troubled all those at the factory.
B. Few of those working at the factory felt that their jobs were secure.
C. All those at the factory wondered how they might be able to keep their jobs.
D. All of the factory employees realized that they would soon lose their jobs.
Question 3: Much to our astonishment, he soon proved himself to be a very talented organiser.
A. The astonishing thing was that such a talented man should take on the organisation.
B. It wasn’t long before his administrative gifts became apparent, which surprised us greatly.
C. His organising abilities were surprisingly enough not recognised until too late.
D. The speed with which he developed his administrative potential didn’t surprise us all.
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 4:A. mechanic B. metallic C. melancholy D. medieval
    Question 5:A. cauliflower B. fought C. fluorescence D. fundamental
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 06 to 12.
THE HUMAN SCARECROW
Being told to
ing a deckchair and a good book for the first day in a new job might not be the kind of advice you’d expect to receive from your new boss, but that’s exactly the advice Jamie Fox was given when he took up a post to help out a local farmer.
   Fox, twenty-two, a music graduate from Bangor University, uses a range of musical instruments to scare off partridges that have been destroying crops because ordinary scarecrows don’t quite seem up to the job. Despite working from 7.30 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. for a minimum wage, Fox, who is saving up to finance a trip to New Zealand, is quite content with his unique position. Indeed, he’d much rather be out in the open air reading and playing instruments, he says, and time passes much quicker than sitting at home doing nothing and claiming unemployment benefit.
   Fox can do anything he likes to pass the time. As well as playing musical instruments and reading to relieve the monotony, other perks of the job include doing Sudoku puzzles, observing the wildlife and daydreaming. He does, however, need to get out of the comfort of his chair occasionally to scare the partridges off the fields. And although the work is far from lucrative, some of Jamie’s friends, including those with more generously paid jobs, are reportedly envious of his position and the fact that he spends the best part of the day doing largely as he pleases.
   His employer, farmer William Youngs, claims that he was forced to take someone on as a human scarecrow after the partridges didn’t respond to more traditional methods of frightening them away. Since losing thirty acres worth of crops to the birds at a cost of thousands of pounds, Youngs has tried a variety of approaches to protect his livelihood. Now, however, he is happy with the solution and claims that Jamie’s presence in the fields is proving very effective and making a real difference.
Question 6: What is true about Jamie’s job?
A. He makes a lot of noise. B. He has replaced another person.
C. He gets uncomfortable.  D. He doesn’t need to move.
Question 7: Jamie Fox’s plans include......
A. travelling a
oad. B. becoming a farmer. C. earning more money. D. joining a band.
Question 8: The phrase “up to the job” is closest in meaning to......
A. unsuitable for the job  B. good enough to do the job
C. unable to fulfill it  D. over-consuming
Question 9: Jamie’s friends are envious because of......
A. the hours he works.  B. the money he earns.
C. the fact he enjoys what he is doing. D. the nature of his work.
Question 10: Mr Youngs decided to employ Jamie because......
A. he wants to help with the problem of unemployment B. he can pay him a low wage.
C. he considered Jamie a good worker. D. he lost lots of crops previously.
Question 11: Jamie Fox is happy with his job because......
A. he has plenty of free time during the day. B. he never gets bored.
C. he thinks it is better than being out of work. D. he uses his educational background.

Question 12: Which word is the synomym with “lucrative”?
A. lu
icious B. successful C. glistening D. profitable
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 13: The issue of pay rise will loom large at the year-end conference.
A. become important B. be raised suddenly C. be discussed D. cause wo
y
Question 14: Smoking is a causative factor in the development of several serious diseases, including lung cancer.
A. origin B. source C. reason D. cause
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: Public opinion is cu
ently running against the banking industry.
A. stand up for B. kick out C. poke fun at D. look up to
Question 16: She can't accept even mild criticism of her work.
A. high B. severe C. deep D. soft
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 17: ~ A: “.................”   ~   B: “Is there something on your mind?”
A. I’ve been out strolling all day. B. I’ve been feeling a bit anxious lately.
C. Why don’t you think more rationally? D. I feel like going out for a while.
Question 18: ~ A: “Don’t get a black cat -  they
ing bad luck!”  ~  B: “......................”
A. No, it can jump over this fence. B. Don’t be serious. It’s just for fun.
C. Yes, I bought it at the bazaar. D. That’s a load of ru
ish!
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 19 to 24.
AFTERNOON TEA
    In far too many places in England today, the agreeable habit of taking afternoon tea has vanished. 'Such a shocking waste of time,' says one. 'Quite unnecessary, if one has had lunch or ...(19)... to eat in the evening,' says another.
   All very true, ...(20)... but what a lot of innocent pleasure these strong-minded people are missing! The very ritual of tea-making, warming the pot, making sure that the water is just boiling, inhaling the fragrant steam, a
anging the tea-cosy to fit snugly around the container, all the preliminaries ...(21)... up to the exquisite pleasure of ...(22)... the
ew from thin porcelain, and helping oneself to hot buttered scones and strawbe
y jam, a slice of feather-light sponge cake or home-made short
ead.
   Taking tea is a highly civilized pastime, and fortunately is still in favour in Thrush Green, where the inhabitants have got it down to a ...(23)... art. It is common ...(24)... in that pleasant village to invite friends to tea rather than lunch or dinner.
  Question 19:A. designs B. views C. minds D. proposes
  Question 20:A. no doubt B. no matter C. no wonder D. no way
  Question 21:A. lead B. come C. draw D. run
  Question 22:A. munching B. sipping C. quenching D. ni
ling
  Question 23:A. pure B. rare C. fine D. sheer
  Question 24:A. custom B. habit C. procedure D. practice
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 25:A. prune B. fortune C. tune D.
unette
    Question 26:A. fought B. trout C. found D. scout
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 27: However your profession is, you should read regularly to keep pace at least with the developments in your own field.
A. However B. keep pace C. in D. regularly
Question 28: All the blood in the body passes through the heart at least twice the minute.
A. at least B. All the blood C. passes through D. the minute
Question 29: It is vital that parents know when to punish their children and when they should reward them.
A. they should B. and C. It is D. their
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: I’m becoming increasingly....... Last week I locked myself out of the house twice.
A. forgetful B. mindless C. oblivious D. absent
Question 31: The.......are against her winning a fourth consecutive gold medal.
A. chances B. odds C. bets D. prospects
Question 32: She's not very....... She’s never quite sure what she wants to do.
A. lively B. energetic C. decisive D. active
Question 33: Everyone is hoping and praying that......peace will eventually come to the area.
A. lasting B. ongoing C. i
evocable D. durable

Question 34: Helen’s parents were very pleased when they read her school.......
A. diploma B. report C. papers D. account
Question 35: He’s very......about his private life. He’s got no secrets.
A. sincere B. open C. direct D. trustworthy
Question 36: Which of the following describes a country’s armed force that operates at sea?
A. army B. civilians C. air force D. navy
Question 37: Even though I didn’t want my son to leave home, since he was twenty-one there was nothing I could do to.......it.
A. hinder B. prevent C. cease D. resist
Question 38: Before you begin the exam paper, always read the......carefully.
A. rules B. instructions C. orders D. answers
Question 39: My car is very......; it’s never
oken down.
A. unreliable B. edible C. reliable D. inedible
Question 40: Even though they don’t agree with what’s happening, they’re too.......to protest.
A. outgoing B. apathetic C. quiet D. subdued
Question 41: Don’t be........ . Say thank you.
A. crude B. nasty C. rude D. tactless
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 42 to 48.
   Entrepreneurial schoolboy Tommie Rose, made £14,000 towards his university fees by selling sweets from a 'black market' tuck shop at his school. Tommie, fifteen, bought chocolate, crisps and fizzy drinks in bulk from discount stores and sold them to fellow pupils at a competitive mark-up. For three years, he saved his £60 to £70 daily earnings towards the £9,000-a-year tuition fees for university, and has his eye on studying business at Oxford or Cam
idge.
  However, teachers at Buile Hill High School in Salford, Greater Manchester, threatened to suspend the teenager from school if he didn't shut down the unofficial tuck shop. Tommie, who lives in Salford, was suspended from his previous school for ten days for running a similar business, which he said was inspired by television shows such as Dragons' Den and The Apprentice.
  His parents, Gary, thirty-three, an office worker, and Tracy, also thirty-three, a gym manager, said they would struggle to support their son through university on their own. 'He's a typical teenage boy who saw what he wanted and worked hard for it,' said Mr Rose. 'He realised that if you want to get ahead in business and in life, you have to start at a young age. I could only dream of making that sort of money at his age.'
  James Inman, the head teacher at Buile Hill School, said, 'We admire this pupil's entrepreneurship, but school is not the place to set up a black market for junk food. We have extremely high standards and with our healthy-eating policy, we do not allow fizzy drinks or large amounts of sweets.'
  Faced with the threat of suspension, Tommie has decided to close his tuck shop business for now and donate the remaining snacks and drinks to the homeless in Manchester. However, aware of the advantages of working as he studies, Tommie plans to continue earning money and gaining valuable experience. The young entrepreneur is meeting his head teacher with a business plan for a healthy tuck shop, and has found himself back in the news again as he attempts to sell a signed bottle of a well-known energy drink online to the highest bidder. He also has plans for a new business involving T-shirts and has been offered work experience at a recruitment firm in Manchester. Tommie said, 'I have had a few other job offers since the story appeared in the media. I just love the world of business.'
Question 42: Tommie set up his business......
A. so that he would be able to afford the fees at a top university.
B. because his school didn't provide a quality service.
C. to prove what a good businessman he is.
D. so that he would be accepted at Oxford or Cam
idge universities.
Question 43: Tommie's father......
A. finds it difficult to support his son's actions.
B. feels that Tommie has learned an important lesson early in his life.
C. says Tommie has always dreamed of making money.
D. admits that Tommie is not a regular teenager.
Question 44: Buile Hill School objects to Tommie's business because......
A. they believe Tommie is too young to run a business.
B. they are concerned about the effect of the products Tommie sells on other students.
C. he has already been suspended from another school for running a similar business there.
D. he is competing with the school's own official tuck shop.
Question 45: The phrase “suspended from school” is closest in meaning to.....
A. temporarily not allowed to go to school B. banned from schools
C. prevented from schooling D. ejected from sschool for ever
Question 46: According to the passage, the writer emphasises.....
A. how young people can benefit from working while still at school.
B. why earning independently is important for young people.
C. how young people's attitudes to work have changed.

D. the negative impacts of working while still studying at school.
Question 47: Buile Hill School's reaction has prompted Tommie to......
A. start an Internet-based business selling snacks. B. give up his attempts to make money.
C. redesign his tuck shop business. D. leave school to experience working for a local business.
Question 48: The word “recruitment” is synonymous with.....
A. assembling service B. finding new members C. recovering business D. new employment
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: She could dress herself when she was 3. She remembers this.
A. She remembers having dressed herself when she was 3.
B. She remembers having herself dressed when she was 3.  
C. She remembers being able to dress herself when she was 3.
D. She remembers to dress for herself at 3.
Question 50: We had prepared everything carefully for the party. Few guests came.
A. In spite of having prepared everything for the party carefully, few guests came.
B. However few guests came, we had prepared everything for the party carefully.
C. Although everything for party prepared carefully, few guests came.
D. Despite our careful preparation for the party, few guests came.
 
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 544
                                                                                        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. melancholy B. medieval C. metallic D. mechanic
    Question 2:A. fought B. cauliflower C. fundamental D. fluorescence
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. prune B.
unette C. tune D. fortune
    Question 4:A. trout B. found C. scout D. fought
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 5: Everyone at the factory was wo
ied about the possibility of losing their job.
A. All of the factory employees realized that they would soon lose their jobs.
B. The chance that they might lose their jobs troubled all those at the factory.
C. All those at the factory wondered how they might be able to keep their jobs.
D. Few of those working at the factory felt that their jobs were secure.
Question 6: Don’t distu
me unless it is something urgent.
A. Unless something te
ible happens, please leave me alone.
B. When you need something fast, you can call on me.
C. You can only inte
upt me if it is some sort of emergency.
D. I will only bother you if there is some sort of emergency.
Question 7: Much to our astonishment, he soon proved himself to be a very talented organiser.
A. His organising abilities were surprisingly enough not recognised until too late.
B. The speed with which he developed his administrative potential didn’t surprise us all.
C. The astonishing thing was that such a talented man should take on the organisation.
D. It wasn’t long before his administrative gifts became apparent, which surprised us greatly.
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.
   Entrepreneurial schoolboy Tommie Rose, made £14,000 towards his university fees by selling sweets from a 'black market' tuck shop at his school. Tommie, fifteen, bought chocolate, crisps and fizzy drinks in bulk from discount stores and sold them to fellow pupils at a competitive mark-up. For three years, he saved his £60 to £70 daily earnings towards the £9,000-a-year tuition fees for university, and has his eye on studying business at Oxford or Cam
idge.
  However, teachers at Buile Hill High School in Salford, Greater Manchester, threatened to suspend the teenager from school if he didn't shut down the unofficial tuck shop. Tommie, who lives in Salford, was suspended from his previous school for ten days for running a similar business, which he said was inspired by television shows such as Dragons' Den and The Apprentice.
  His parents, Gary, thirty-three, an office worker, and Tracy, also thirty-three, a gym manager, said they would struggle to support their son through university on their own. 'He's a typical teenage boy who saw what he wanted and worked hard for it,' said Mr Rose. 'He realised that if you want to get ahead in business and in life, you have to start at a young age. I could only dream of making that sort of money at his age.'
  James Inman, the head teacher at Buile Hill School, said, 'We admire this pupil's entrepreneurship, but school is not the place to set up a black market for junk food. We have extremely high standards and with our healthy-eating policy, we do not allow fizzy drinks or large amounts of sweets.'
  Faced with the threat of suspension, Tommie has decided to close his tuck shop business for now and donate the remaining snacks and drinks to the homeless in Manchester. However, aware of the advantages of working as he studies, Tommie plans to continue earning money and gaining valuable experience. The young entrepreneur is meeting his head teacher with a business plan for a healthy tuck shop, and has found himself back in the news again as he attempts to sell a signed bottle of a well-known energy drink online to the highest bidder. He also has plans for a new business involving T-shirts and has been offered work experience at a recruitment firm in Manchester. Tommie said, 'I have had a few other job offers since the story appeared in the media. I just love the world of business.'
Question 8: The word “recruitment” is synonymous with.....
A. new employment B. recovering business C. assembling service D. finding new members
Question 9: Tommie set up his business......
A. so that he would be accepted at Oxford or Cam
idge universities.
B. because his school didn't provide a quality service.
C. so that he would be able to afford the fees at a top university.
D. to prove what a good businessman he is.
Question 10: According to the passage, the writer emphasises.....
A. how young people's attitudes to work have changed.
B. the negative impacts of working while still studying at school.

C. how young people can benefit from working while still at school.
D. why earning independently is important for young people.
Question 11: Buile Hill School objects to Tommie's business because......
A. they are concerned about the effect of the products Tommie sells on other students.
B. they believe Tommie is too young to run a business.
C. he is competing with the school's own official tuck shop.
D. he has already been suspended from another school for running a similar business there.
Question 12: The phrase “suspended from school” is closest in meaning to.....
A. prevented from schooling B. ejected from sschool for ever
C. banned from schools  D. temporarily not allowed to go to school
Question 13: Tommie's father......
A. says Tommie has always dreamed of making money.
B. finds it difficult to support his son's actions.
C. admits that Tommie is not a regular teenager.
D. feels that Tommie has learned an important lesson early in his life.
Question 14: Buile Hill School's reaction has prompted Tommie to......
A. redesign his tuck shop business. B. leave school to experience working for a local business.
C. give up his attempts to make money. D. start an Internet-based business selling snacks.
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 can't accept even mild criticism of her work.
A. high B. soft C. severe D. deep
Question 16: Public opinion is cu
ently running against the banking industry.
A. look up to B. poke fun at C. stand up for D. kick out
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 17 to 22.
AFTERNOON TEA
    In far too many places in England today, the agreeable habit of taking afternoon tea has vanished. 'Such a shocking waste of time,' says one. 'Quite unnecessary, if one has had lunch or ...(17)... to eat in the evening,' says another.
   All very true, ...(18)... but what a lot of innocent pleasure these strong-minded people are missing! The very ritual of tea-making, warming the pot, making sure that the water is just boiling, inhaling the fragrant steam, a
anging the tea-cosy to fit snugly around the container, all the preliminaries ...(19)... up to the exquisite pleasure of ...(20)... the
ew from thin porcelain, and helping oneself to hot buttered scones and strawbe
y jam, a slice of feather-light sponge cake or home-made short
ead.
   Taking tea is a highly civilized pastime, and fortunately is still in favour in Thrush Green, where the inhabitants have got it down to a ...(21)... art. It is common ...(22)... in that pleasant village to invite friends to tea rather than lunch or dinner.
  Question 17:A. proposes B. views C. designs D. minds
  Question 18:A. no wonder B. no matter C. no way D. no doubt
  Question 19:A. lead B. draw C. come D. run
  Question 20:A. sipping B. munching C. ni
ling D. quenching
  Question 21:A. sheer B. rare C. fine D. pure
  Question 22:A. habit B. procedure C. custom D. practice
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 23: The issue of pay rise will loom large at the year-end conference.
A. become important B. cause wo
y C. be discussed D. be raised suddenly
Question 24: Smoking is a causative factor in the development of several serious diseases, including lung cancer.
A. cause B. source C. reason D. origin
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 25: ~ A: “Don’t get a black cat -  they
ing bad luck!”  ~  B: “......................”
A. Don’t be serious. It’s just for fun. B. Yes, I bought it at the bazaar.
C. That’s a load of ru
ish! D. No, it can jump over this fence.
Question 26: ~ A: “.................”   ~   B: “Is there something on your mind?”
A. I’ve been out strolling all day. B. I feel like going out for a while.
C. I’ve been feeling a bit anxious lately. D. Why don’t you think more rationally?
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 27: We had prepared everything carefully for the party. Few guests came.
A. Although everything for party prepared carefully, few guests came.
B. However few guests came, we had prepared everything for the party carefully.
C. In spite of having prepared everything for the party carefully, few guests came.
D. Despite our careful preparation for the party, few guests came.

Question 28: She could dress herself when she was 3. She remembers this.
A. She remembers being able to dress herself when she was 3.
B. She remembers having herself dressed when she was 3.  
C. She remembers having dressed herself when she was 3.
D. She remembers to dress for herself at 3.
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 29: However your profession is, you should read regularly to keep pace at least with the developments in your own field.
A. in B. regularly C. keep pace D. However
Question 30: It is vital that parents know when to punish their children and when they should reward them.
A. It is B. their C. they should D. and
Question 31: All the blood in the body passes through the heart at least twice the minute.
A. All the blood B. at least C. the minute D. passes through
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 38.
THE HUMAN SCARECROW
Being told to
ing a deckchair and a good book for the first day in a new job might not be the kind of advice you’d expect to receive from your new boss, but that’s exactly the advice Jamie Fox was given when he took up a post to help out a local farmer.
   Fox, twenty-two, a music graduate from Bangor University, uses a range of musical instruments to scare off partridges that have been destroying crops because ordinary scarecrows don’t quite seem up to the job. Despite working from 7.30 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. for a minimum wage, Fox, who is saving up to finance a trip to New Zealand, is quite content with his unique position. Indeed, he’d much rather be out in the open air reading and playing instruments, he says, and time passes much quicker than sitting at home doing nothing and claiming unemployment benefit.
   Fox can do anything he likes to pass the time. As well as playing musical instruments and reading to relieve the monotony, other perks of the job include doing Sudoku puzzles, observing the wildlife and daydreaming. He does, however, need to get out of the comfort of his chair occasionally to scare the partridges off the fields. And although the work is far from lucrative, some of Jamie’s friends, including those with more generously paid jobs, are reportedly envious of his position and the fact that he spends the best part of the day doing largely as he pleases.
   His employer, farmer William Youngs, claims that he was forced to take someone on as a human scarecrow after the partridges didn’t respond to more traditional methods of frightening them away. Since losing thirty acres worth of crops to the birds at a cost of thousands of pounds, Youngs has tried a variety of approaches to protect his livelihood. Now, however, he is happy with the solution and claims that Jamie’s presence in the fields is proving very effective and making a real difference.
Question 32: Jamie Fox is happy with his job because......
A. he has plenty of free time during the day. B. he uses his educational background.
C. he thinks it is better than being out of work. D. he never gets bored.
Question 33: Jamie Fox’s plans include......
A. joining a band. B. earning more money. C. becoming a farmer. D. travelling a
oad.
Question 34: Mr Youngs decided to employ Jamie because......
A. he lost lots of crops previously. B. he considered Jamie a good worker.
C. he can pay him a low wage. D. he wants to help with the problem of unemployment
Question 35: Jamie’s friends are envious because of......
A. the fact he enjoys what he is doing. B. the money he earns.
C. the nature of his work.  D. the hours he works.
Question 36: Which word is the synomym with “lucrative”?
A. lu
icious B. profitable C. successful D. glistening
Question 37: The phrase “up to the job” is closest in meaning to......
A. over-consuming  B. good enough to do the job
C. unable to fulfill it  D. unsuitable for the job
Question 38: What is true about Jamie’s job?
A. He makes a lot of noise. B. He doesn’t need to move.
C. He gets uncomfortable. D. He has replaced another person.
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 39: Everyone is hoping and praying that......peace will eventually come to the area.
A. durable B. lasting C. ongoing D. i
evocable
Question 40: Helen’s parents were very pleased when they read her school.......
A. report B. account C. diploma D. papers
Question 41: Even though I didn’t want my son to leave home, since he was twenty-one there was nothing I could do to.......it.
A. cease B. prevent C. resist D. hinder
Question 42: The.......are against her winning a fourth consecutive gold medal.
A. odds B. bets C. prospects D. chances

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