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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 694
                                                                                        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. evaluate B. colleague C. support D. bilingual
    Question 2:A. advocate B. apparent C. apology D. adve
ial
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. devise B. surprise C. promise D. realise
    Question 4:A. comb B. dome C. tomb D. home
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 5: People will file lawsuits at the drop of a hat these days.
A. at top speed B. step by step C. immediately D. increasingly
Question 6: I offer you my most candid apologies for offending you as I did.
A. servile B. repentant C. dishonest D. abject
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: Angle's bilingual ability and previous experience were the qualities of which helped her get the job over all the other candidates.
A. were B. the other C. helped D. of which
Question 8: They asked me what did happen last night, but I was unable to tell them.
A. what did happen B. tell them C. last night D. unable
Question 9: Joe giving up smoking has caused him to gain weight and become i
itable with his acquaintances.
A. Joe giving up B. i
itable with C. to gain weight D. has caused
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.
  A greenhouse is a building whose sides and roof are made of glass so that temperature inside is magnified. And it's used to grow plants that need temperatures. This is to illustrate an example of how man could be cau changes to the climate. These changes result from increasing the ca
on dioxide levels in the atmosphere, thus raising the surface temperature of the Earth. This is known as the "Greenhouse Effect".
  CO2 is a normal component of the atmosphere and until recently has not considered an air pollutant. But average global CO2 concentrations have increasing since 1860, with particularly sharp increase in 1958. The main reason for this continuous increase in CO2 build-up is the burning of fossil fuels. Duing the past 100 years, the CO2 content of the atmosphere has already risen by about 15% - from about 290 to about 340 parts per million. And it's still rising.
  Although the CO2 content of the atmosphere is only about 0.032%, it's a major factor in determining average global temperature. Incoming sunlight consists of many wavelengths including some very dangerous ones. But ozone in the upper atmosphere and water vapour and CO2 in the lower atmosphere filter out or destroy most of the harmful wavelengths, so what reaches the Earth is mostly visible light. It's abso
ed by land, sea and cloud and is reradiated in the atmosphere as longer wavelength infrared radiation, or heat, as the Earth cools. Much of this infrared radiation is abso
ed by CO2. The CO2 then radiates a portion of the abso
ed heat energy back to the Earth to warm the atmosphere. Rather like the glass in greenhouse or a car window on sunny day, CO2 in the atmosphere acts as a one­way filter that allows visible light to enter the Earth's atmosphere, but prevents longer wavelength heat radiation from leaving. Assuming that energy is a
iving from the sun at a constant rate, then as the level of CO2 increases, the average surface temperature of the earth should rise.
Question 10: What is the purpose of using a greenhouse?
A. To give an example of atmospheric changes caused by man.
B. To magnify temperature to grow plants requiring high temperatures.
C. To give an example of buildings whose sides and roof are made of glass.
D. To indicate the rising level of CO2 in the earth's atmosphere.
Question 11: What is NOT true according to the information from the passage?
A. CO2 allows sunlight to enter and leave the Earth's atmosphere.’
B. A portion of sunlight is filtered out before entering the Earth.
C. The sun emits some very dangerous wavelengths.
D. The level of CO2 has risen by as much as 15%.
Question 12: What is mainly discussed in paragraph 1?
A. How man could be causing changes to the climate. B. What the "Greenhouse Effect" is.
C. Plants need high temperatures to grow. D. The sides and roof of a greenhouse are made of glass.
Question 13: What is the best title for the passage?
A. The level of CO2 at present compared with that in the past.
B. The "Greenhouse Effect" used for growing plants.
C. The "Greenhouse Effect" and how CO2 warms the atmosphere.

D. Ozone and water vapour with filtering out harmful wavelengths.
Question 14: The word “visible” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to........
A. can be visited B. viewable C. having view D. can be seen
Question 15: Why is CO2 considered an air pollutant?
A. CO2 is a normal component of the atmosphere.
B. CO2 is a by-product of the burning of fossil fuels.
C. CO2 raises the surface temperature of the Earth.
D. Global CO2 concentrations have been increasing.
Question 16: The word “it” in paragraph 3 reffers to........
A. water vapour  B. CO2 in the lower atmosphere
C. sunlight reaching the Earth D. ozone in the upper atmosphere
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: Jane: “Here’s my first painting. What do you think of it?” ~ Betty: “...............”
A. Not so bad.  B. It looks like mine.
C. Wow! It’s so expensive. D. I don’t like it. It’s te
ible.
Question 18: Ann: “How about a drink after the concert?” ~ Bill: “.............”
A. I regret to say “no” B. Why not? C. It’s excellent! D. So nice!
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.
Question 19: By 1820, there were over sixty steamboats on the Mississippi River. Many were quite luxurious.
A. By 1820, there were over sixty steamboats on the Mississippi River, many of those were quite luxurious.
B. By 1820, there were over sixty steamboats on the Mississippi River, many of which were quite luxurious.
C. By 1820, there were over sixty steamboats on the Mississippi River, many of them were quite luxurious.
D. By 1820, there were over sixty steamboats on the Mississippi River, whose many were quite luxurious.
Question 20: Many people think of metallurgy as a modern field of science. It is actually one of the oldest.
A. Althogh many people think of metallurgy as a modern field of science, but it is actually one of the oldest.
B. In spite of many people think of metallurgy as a modern field of science, it is actually one of the oldest.
C. Many people who people think of metallurgy as a modern field of science, but it is actually one of the oldest.
D. Many people think of metallurgy as a modern field of science, but it is actually one of the oldest.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 21: Even the other convicts considered it a heinous crime.
A. guilty B. hard-bitten C. hell-bent D. shockingly bad
Question 22: They solved a problem that had defied all previous efforts.
A. disobey B. decried C. deprived D. discarded
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 23: The......at the football match became violent when their team lost.
A. observers B. customers C. spectators  D. groups
Question 24: I would estimate that this diamond ring is.......about £5.000.
A. priced B. worth C. precious D. valued
Question 25: There has been a sharp...... in the number of burglaries in this area recently.
A. advance B. surge C. increase D. result
Question 26: The President made his last public......before his term of office ended.
A. appearance B. meeting C. gathering D. engagement
Question 27: There are so many rules and.......about importing food that you should consult a good lawyer.
A. licences B. orders C. regulations D. laws
Question 28: Tim has been visiting some distant.......in the country.
A. family B. relatives C. parents D. relationships
Question 29: The room feels very.......now that we're having to store all my
other's furniture.
A. crowded B. cramped C. pressed D. filled
Question 30: We have made no.......at all in our talks about a common agricultural policy.
A. success B. gain C. profit D. progress
Question 31: He gave her a mischievous.......as she handed him his order.
A. blink B. peep C. peer D. wink
Question 32: .......had the curtain been raised than the lights went out.
A. Scarcely B. Only when C. No sooner D. Hardly
Question 33: He finished the paintings.......for the exhibition.
A. from time to time B. in good time C. for the time being D. time after time
Question 34: I have told her that I am not going to go ahead with my plans......she may think.
A. whether B. despite C. however D. whatever
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 35: These convicts were sent to Australia as punishment for their crimes.
A. They sent these convicts to Australia, then punished them.
B. These criminals were punished and sent to Australia.
C. These convicts punished themselves for their crimes by going to Australia.
D. Because of their crimes, these convicts were sent to Australia as punishment.
Question 36: I don Ί think Je
y will win the tennis match.
A. I will never think Je
y will win the tennis match.
B. The fact is that Je
y won't win the tennis match.
C. Je
y will win the tennis match, I don't think that.
D. In my opinion, Je
y will not likely to win the tennis match.
Question 37: If students have problems, you can ask questions to check their understanding.
A. I advise you to ask questions to check their understanding.
B. It's better to check their understanding by asking questions.
C. Asking questions to check their understanding if they have problems.
D. Questions can be asked to check their understanding if students have problems.
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.
   The reason why glaciers melt ...(38)... the warm weather. In 1850, many glaciers melted or became very small. This period is called the Little Ice Age. Melting glaciers are very normal and common. But after 1980, scientists have discovered ...(39)... glaciers melt faster than ...(40).... This melting or retreating of glaciers is the result ...(41)... global warming. The weather on Earth has become warmer and this has a negative effect ...(42)... the environment. When glaciers melt, the water flows into valleys and causes big floods ...(43)..., glaciers are made up of fresh water.
  Actually, glaciers contain the largest ...(44)... of fresh water in the world. When glaciers melt, this fresh water gets mixed with dirt, sand, rocks and salt. It is no longer good for drinking and gets lost
 Question 38:A. are B. is C. were be D. was
 Question 39:A. which B. when C. that D. why
 Question 40:A. average B. always C. often D. usual
 Question 41:A. with B. in C. of D. from
 Question 42:A. from B. in C. on D. to
 Question 43:A. In addition B. As well C. As well as D. Well
 Question 44:A. figure B. fraction C. number D. amount
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.
SYMBOL FOR THE UNKNOWN
  The different kinds of X-ray machines now in use vary in size from small dental machines to machines so large they can photograph an automobile. Yet more than 100 years ago, no one had ever heard of an X-ray. In 1895, a German scientist named Wilhelm Roentgen noticed barium platinocyanide crystals glowing from an unknown source of light in a dark room. The man knew that there was a lighted bulb in the laboratory, but this bulb was totally screened by a tight casing of black cardboard. He concluded then that some unknown kind of light ray was passing through the screen to shine on the crystals.
  With great excitement, Roentgen studied these strange new rays. He called them X rays, because X is the scientific symbol which stands for the unknown. X rays, Roentgen discovered, could pass through cardboard, cloth, wooden boards, and even metals.
  Roentgen's discovery of X rays was tremendously important to modern medicine. Doctors depend on this valuable tool to help them diagnose many kinds of medical problems from
oken bones to cancer. Industry and scientific research make widespread use of X rays, too. X ravs make it possible to measure the amount of ethyl in gasoline or to inspect metal, plastic, ru
er, and other materials for flaws that do not appear on the surface.
  In these and other ways, the rays which mystified Roentgen in his laboratory long ago are used by scientists today.
Question 45: Roentgen called these strange new rays X rays because.....
A. what is still unknown is represented by the symbol X.
B. these rays had the shape of an X.
C. these rays were a symbol of the unknown.
D. these rays could, pass through cardboard, cloth, wooden boards, and even metals.
Question 46: While not directly stated, it may be infe
ed that........
A. X rays are only useful in medicine.
B. Roentgen had been looking for X rays before he discovered them.
C. X rays did not exist before 1800.
D. Scientific discoveries are sometimes made by accident.
Question 47: The word “diagnose” in paragraph 3 is closest to the meaning of......
A. examine the cause  B. find out the reason
C. recognise the exact cause D. investigate carefully
Question 48: This article as a whole tells us about.....
A. the discovery and uses of X rays. B. the use of X rays in medicine.
C. a scientist named Roentgen. D. barium crystals.

Question 49: According to the article, X rays have found application in these fields except.....
A. chemistry B. industry C. medicine  D. agriculture
Question 50: Which sentence is NOT true?
A. X rays make it possible to find-flaws in various products.
B. X rays can pass through cloth.
       C. Basically, X rays have been known for hundreds of years
       D. X rays help diagnose cancer.
 
 
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 218
                                                                                        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. adve
ial B. apparent C. advocate D. apology
    Question 2:A. support B. colleague C. bilingual D. evaluate
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 3: I offer you my most candid apologies for offending you as I did.
A. repentant B. dishonest C. abject D. servile
Question 4: People will file lawsuits at the drop of a hat these days.
A. increasingly B. step by step C. immediately D. at top speed
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 5: Angle's bilingual ability and previous experience were the qualities of which helped her get the job over all the other candidates.
A. helped B. the other C. were D. of which
Question 6: Joe giving up smoking has caused him to gain weight and become i
itable with his acquaintances.
A. i
itable with B. to gain weight C. Joe giving up D. has caused
Question 7: They asked me what did happen last night, but I was unable to tell them.
A. what did happen B. tell them C. unable D. last night
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 8: The room feels very.......now that we're having to store all my
other's furniture.
A. cramped B. crowded C. pressed D. filled
Question 9: I have told her that I am not going to go ahead with my plans......she may think.
A. despite B. whether C. however D. whatever
Question 10: He finished the paintings.......for the exhibition.
A. time after time B. in good time C. for the time being D. from time to time
Question 11: There are so many rules and.......about importing food that you should consult a good lawyer.
A. orders B. laws C. licences D. regulations
Question 12: The President made his last public......before his term of office ended.
A. meeting B. engagement C. gathering D. appearance
Question 13: We have made no.......at all in our talks about a common agricultural policy.
A. progress B. gain C. success D. profit
Question 14: The......at the football match became violent when their team lost.
A. customers B. observers C. groups D. spectators
Question 15: .......had the curtain been raised than the lights went out.
A. No sooner B. Hardly C. Only when D. Scarcely
Question 16: Tim has been visiting some distant.......in the country.
A. relationships B. relatives C. family D. parents
Question 17: He gave her a mischievous.......as she handed him his order.
A. blink B. peep C. wink D. peer
Question 18: There has been a sharp...... in the number of burglaries in this area recently.
A. result B. increase C. advance D. surge
Question 19: I would estimate that this diamond ring is.......about £5.000.
A. precious B. worth C. priced D. valued
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 20:A. dome B. comb C. home D. tomb
    Question 21:A. realise B. surprise C. devise D. promise
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.
   The reason why glaciers melt ...(22)... the warm weather. In 1850, many glaciers melted or became very small. This period is called the Little Ice Age. Melting glaciers are very normal and common. But after 1980, scientists have discovered ...(23)... glaciers melt faster than ...(24).... This melting or retreating of glaciers is the result ...(25)... global warming. The weather on Earth has become warmer and this has a negative effect ...(26)... the environment. When glaciers melt, the water flows into valleys and causes big floods ...(27)..., glaciers are made up of fresh water.
  Actually, glaciers contain the largest ...(28)... of fresh water in the world. When glaciers melt, this fresh water gets mixed with dirt, sand, rocks and salt. It is no longer good for drinking and gets lost
Question 22:A. is B. were be C. are D. was
Question 23:A. which B. that C. why D. when

Question 24:A. usual B. always C. often D. average
Question 25:A. in B. from C. of D. with
Question 26:A. in B. from C. on D. to
Question 27:A. As well B. In addition C. As well as D. Well
Question 28:A. figure B. amount C. fraction D. number
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 29: Ann: “How about a drink after the concert?” ~ Bill: “.............”
A. It’s excellent! B. Why not? C. So nice! D. I regret to say “no”
Question 30: Jane: “Here’s my first painting. What do you think of it?” ~ Betty: “...............”
A. I don’t like it. It’s te
ible. B. Not so bad.
C. Wow! It’s so expensive. D. It looks like mine.
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 31: Even the other convicts considered it a heinous crime.
A. hell-bent B. guilty C. hard-bitten D. shockingly bad
Question 32: They solved a problem that had defied all previous efforts.
A. disobey B. discarded C. decried D. deprived
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 33: By 1820, there were over sixty steamboats on the Mississippi River. Many were quite luxurious.
A. By 1820, there were over sixty steamboats on the Mississippi River, many of those were quite luxurious.
B. By 1820, there were over sixty steamboats on the Mississippi River, many of which were quite luxurious.
C. By 1820, there were over sixty steamboats on the Mississippi River, many of them were quite luxurious.
D. By 1820, there were over sixty steamboats on the Mississippi River, whose many were quite luxurious.
Question 34: Many people think of metallurgy as a modern field of science. It is actually one of the oldest.
A. Many people think of metallurgy as a modern field of science, but it is actually one of the oldest.
B. In spite of many people think of metallurgy as a modern field of science, it is actually one of the oldest.
C. Althogh many people think of metallurgy as a modern field of science, but it is actually one of the oldest.
D. Many people who people think of metallurgy as a modern field of science, but it is actually one of the oldest.
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 35: If students have problems, you can ask questions to check their understanding.
A. I advise you to ask questions to check their understanding.
B. It's better to check their understanding by asking questions.
C. Asking questions to check their understanding if they have problems.
D. Questions can be asked to check their understanding if students have problems.
Question 36: I don Ί think Je
y will win the tennis match.
A. In my opinion, Je
y will not likely to win the tennis match.
B. Je
y will win the tennis match, I don't think that.
C. The fact is that Je
y won't win the tennis match.
D. I will never think Je
y will win the tennis match.
Question 37: These convicts were sent to Australia as punishment for their crimes.
A. These convicts punished themselves for their crimes by going to Australia.
B. These criminals were punished and sent to Australia.
C. Because of their crimes, these convicts were sent to Australia as punishment.
D. They sent these convicts to Australia, then punished them.
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.
  A greenhouse is a building whose sides and roof are made of glass so that temperature inside is magnified. And it's used to grow plants that need temperatures. This is to illustrate an example of how man could be cau changes to the climate. These changes result from increasing the ca
on dioxide levels in the atmosphere, thus raising the surface temperature of the Earth. This is known as the "Greenhouse Effect".
  CO2 is a normal component of the atmosphere and until recently has not considered an air pollutant. But average global CO2 concentrations have increasing since 1860, with particularly sharp increase in 1958. The main reason for this continuous increase in CO2 build-up is the burning of fossil fuels. Duing the past 100 years, the CO2 content of the atmosphere has already risen by about 15% - from about 290 to about 340 parts per million. And it's still rising.
  Although the CO2 content of the atmosphere is only about 0.032%, it's a major factor in determining average global temperature. Incoming sunlight consists of many wavelengths including some very dangerous ones. But ozone in the upper atmosphere and water vapour and CO2 in the lower atmosphere filter out or destroy most of the harmful wavelengths, so what reaches the Earth is mostly visible light. It's abso
ed by land, sea and cloud and is reradiated in the atmosphere as longer wavelength infrared radiation, or heat, as the Earth cools. Much of this infrared radiation is abso
ed by CO2. The CO2 then radiates a portion of the abso
ed heat energy back to the Earth to warm the atmosphere. Rather like the glass in greenhouse or a car window on sunny day, CO

2 in the atmosphere acts as a one­way filter that allows visible light to enter the Earth's atmosphere, but prevents longer wavelength heat radiation from leaving. Assuming that energy is a
iving from the sun at a constant rate, then as the level of CO2 increases, the average surface temperature of the earth should rise.
Question 38: What is mainly discussed in paragraph 1?
A. Plants need high temperatures to grow. B. How man could be causing changes to the climate.
C. What the "Greenhouse Effect" is. D. The sides and roof of a greenhouse are made of glass.
Question 39: What is the best title for the passage?
A. Ozone and water vapour with filtering out harmful wavelengths.
B. The "Greenhouse Effect" used for growing plants.
C. The level of CO2 at present compared with that in the past.
D. The "Greenhouse Effect" and how CO2 warms the atmosphere.
Question 40: What is the purpose of using a greenhouse?
A. To give an example of atmospheric changes caused by man.
B. To indicate the rising level of CO2 in the earth's atmosphere.
C. To give an example of buildings whose sides and roof are made of glass.
D. To magnify temperature to grow plants requiring high temperatures.
Question 41: What is NOT true according to the information from the passage?
A. The sun emits some very dangerous wavelengths.
B. CO2 allows sunlight to enter and leave the Earth's atmosphere.’
C. The level of CO2 has risen by as much as 15%.
D. A portion of sunlight is filtered out before entering the Earth.
Question 42: The word “visible” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to........
A. can be seen B. viewable C. can be visited D. having view
Question 43: The word “it” in paragraph 3 reffers to........
A. ozone in the upper atmosphere B. sunlight reaching the Earth
C. CO2 in the lower atmosphere D. water vapour
Question 44: Why is CO2 considered an air pollutant?
A. CO2 is a normal component of the atmosphere.
B. CO2 raises the surface temperature of the Earth.
C. Global CO2 concentrations have been increasing.
D. CO2 is a by-product of the burning of fossil fuels.
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.
SYMBOL FOR THE UNKNOWN
  The different kinds of X-ray machines now in use vary in size from small dental machines to machines so large they can photograph an automobile. Yet more than 100 years ago, no one had ever heard of an X-ray. In 1895, a German scientist named Wilhelm Roentgen noticed barium platinocyanide crystals glowing from an unknown source of light in a dark room. The man knew that there was a lighted bulb in the laboratory, but this bulb was totally screened by a tight casing of black cardboard. He concluded then that some unknown kind of light ray was passing through the screen to shine on the crystals.
  With great excitement, Roentgen studied these strange new rays. He called them X rays, because X is the scientific symbol which stands for the unknown. X rays, Roentgen discovered, could pass through cardboard, cloth, wooden boards, and even metals.
  Roentgen's discovery of X rays was tremendously important to modern medicine. Doctors depend on this valuable tool to help them diagnose many kinds of medical problems from
oken bones to cancer. Industry and scientific research make widespread use of X rays, too. X ravs make it possible to measure the amount of ethyl in gasoline or to inspect metal, plastic, ru
er, and other materials for flaws that do not appear on the surface.
  In these and other ways, the rays which mystified Roentgen in his laboratory long ago are used by scientists today.
Question 45: Roentgen called these strange new rays X rays because.....
A. these rays had the shape of an X.
B. these rays were a symbol of the unknown.
C. these rays could, pass through cardboard, cloth, wooden boards, and even metals.
D. what is still unknown is represented by the symbol X.
Question 46: Which sentence is NOT true?
A. X rays can pass through cloth.
B. X rays help diagnose cancer.
       C. Basically, X rays have been known for hundreds of years
D. X rays make it possible to find-flaws in various products.
Question 47: This article as a whole tells us about.....
A. the discovery and uses of X rays. B. the use of X rays in medicine.
C. a scientist named Roentgen. D. barium crystals.
Question 48: While not directly stated, it may be infe
ed that........
A. X rays are only useful in medicine.
B. Scientific discoveries are sometimes made by accident.

C. Roentgen had been looking for X rays before he discovered them.
D. X rays did not exist before 1800.
Question 49: The word “diagnose” in paragraph 3 is closest to the meaning of......
A. recognise the exact cause B. investigate carefully
C. examine the cause  D. find out the reason
Question 50: According to the article, X rays have found application in these fields except.....
A. chemistry B. agriculture C. medicine  D. industry
 
 
 
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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 767
                                                                                        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. evaluate B. support C. bilingual D. colleague
    Question 2:A. adve
ial B. advocate C. apology D. apparent
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 3: If students have problems, you can ask questions to check their understanding.
A. It's better to check their understanding by asking questions.
B. I advise you to ask questions to check their understanding.
C. Asking questions to check their understanding if they have problems.
D. Questions can be asked to check their understanding if students have problems.
Question 4: These convicts were sent to Australia as punishment for their crimes.
A. These criminals were punished and sent to Australia.
B. Because of their crimes, these convicts were sent to Australia as punishment.
C. They sent these convicts to Australia, then punished them.
D. These convicts punished themselves for their crimes by going to Australia.
Question 5: I don Ί think Je
y will win the tennis match.
A. I will never think Je
y will win the tennis match.
B. Je
y will win the tennis match, I don't think that.
C. The fact is that Je
y won't win the tennis match.
D. In my opinion, Je
y will not likely to win the tennis match.
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 6: The room feels very.......now that we're having to store all my
other's furniture.
A. crowded B. filled C. cramped D. pressed
Question 7: There has been a sharp...... in the number of burglaries in this area recently.
A. advance B. increase C. surge D. result
Question 8: I have told her that I am not going to go ahead with my plans......she may think.
A. whatever B. despite C. however D. whether
Question 9: He finished the paintings.......for the exhibition.
A. for the time being B. from time to time C. time after time D. in good time
Question 10: The President made his last public......before his term of office ended.
A. appearance B. meeting C. engagement D. gathering
Question 11: The......at the football match became violent when their team lost.
A. observers B. spectators  C. groups D. customers
Question 12: There are so many rules and.......about importing food that you should consult a good lawyer.
A. licences B. orders C. laws D. regulations
Question 13: We have made no.......at all in our talks about a common agricultural policy.
A. gain B. profit C. success D. progress
Question 14: He gave her a mischievous.......as she handed him his order.
A. peep B. blink C. peer D. wink
Question 15: Tim has been visiting some distant.......in the country.
A. family B. relatives C. parents D. relationships
Question 16: .......had the curtain been raised than the lights went out.
A. Hardly B. Scarcely C. Only when D. No sooner
Question 17: I would estimate that this diamond ring is.......about £5.000.
A. worth B. priced C. precious D. valued
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 18: Even the other convicts considered it a heinous crime.
A. shockingly bad B. hard-bitten C. guilty D. hell-bent
Question 19: They solved a problem that had defied all previous efforts.
A. decried B. disobey C. discarded D. deprived
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 20: I offer you my most candid apologies for offending you as I did.
A. abject B. servile C. repentant D. dishonest

Question 21: People will file lawsuits at the drop of a hat these days.
A. at top speed B. immediately C. step by step D. increasingly
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 22: Ann: “How about a drink after the concert?” ~ Bill: “.............”
A. I regret to say “no” B. It’s excellent! C. So nice! D. Why not?
Question 23: Jane: “Here’s my first painting. What do you think of it?” ~ Betty: “...............”
A. I don’t like it. It’s te
ible. B. Not so bad.
C. It looks like mine.  D. Wow! It’s so expensive.
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.
  A greenhouse is a building whose sides and roof are made of glass so that temperature inside is magnified. And it's used to grow plants that need temperatures. This is to illustrate an example of how man could be cau changes to the climate. These changes result from increasing the ca
on dioxide levels in the atmosphere, thus raising the surface temperature of the Earth. This is known as the "Greenhouse Effect".
  CO2 is a normal component of the atmosphere and until recently has not considered an air pollutant. But average global CO2 concentrations have increasing since 1860, with particularly sharp increase in 1958. The main reason for this continuous increase in CO2 build-up is the burning of fossil fuels. Duing the past 100 years, the CO2 content of the atmosphere has already risen by about 15% - from about 290 to about 340 parts per million. And it's still rising.
  Although the CO2 content of the atmosphere is only about 0.032%, it's a major factor in determining average global temperature. Incoming sunlight consists of many wavelengths including some very dangerous ones. But ozone in the upper atmosphere and water vapour and CO2 in the lower atmosphere filter out or destroy most of the harmful wavelengths, so what reaches the Earth is mostly visible light. It's abso
ed by land, sea and cloud and is reradiated in the atmosphere as longer wavelength infrared radiation, or heat, as the Earth cools. Much of this infrared radiation is abso
ed by CO2. The CO2 then radiates a portion of the abso
ed heat energy back to the Earth to warm the atmosphere. Rather like the glass in greenhouse or a car window on sunny day, CO2 in the atmosphere acts as a one­way filter that allows visible light to enter the Earth's atmosphere, but prevents longer wavelength heat radiation from leaving. Assuming that energy is a
iving from the sun at a constant rate, then as the level of CO2 increases, the average surface temperature of the earth should rise.
Question 24: What is the best title for the passage?
A. The "Greenhouse Effect" used for growing plants.
B. The level of CO2 at present compared with that in the past.
C. The "Greenhouse Effect" and how CO2 warms the atmosphere.
D. Ozone and water vapour with filtering out harmful wavelengths.
Question 25: Why is CO2 considered an air pollutant?
A. CO2 raises the surface temperature of the Earth.
B. CO2 is a by-product of the burning of fossil fuels.
C. CO2 is a normal component of the atmosphere.
D. Global CO2 concentrations have been increasing.
Question 26: The word “it” in paragraph 3 reffers to........
A. water vapour  B. sunlight reaching the Earth
C. CO2 in the lower atmosphere D. ozone in the upper atmosphere
Question 27: The word “visible” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to........
A. can be seen B. can be visited C. having view D. viewable
Question 28: What is NOT true according to the information from the passage?
A. CO2 allows sunlight to enter and leave the Earth's atmosphere.’
B. The level of CO2 has risen by as much as 15%.
C. A portion of sunlight is filtered out before entering the Earth.
D. The sun emits some very dangerous wavelengths.
Question 29: What is mainly discussed in paragraph 1?
A. What the "Greenhouse Effect" is. B. The sides and roof of a greenhouse are made of glass.
C. Plants need high temperatures to grow. D. How man could be causing changes to the climate.
Question 30: What is the purpose of using a greenhouse?
A. To give an example of atmospheric changes caused by man.
B. To indicate the rising level of CO2 in the earth's atmosphere.
C. To magnify temperature to grow plants requiring high temperatures.
D. To give an example of buildings whose sides and roof are made of glass.
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.
   The reason why glaciers melt ...(31)... the warm weather. In 1850, many glaciers melted or became very small. This period is called the Little Ice Age. Melting glaciers are very normal and common. But after 1980, scientists have discovered ...(32)... glaciers melt faster than ...(33).... This melting or retreating of glaciers is the result ...(34)... global warming. The weather on Earth has become warmer and this has a negative effect ...(35)... the environment. When glaciers melt, the water flows into valleys and causes big floods ...(36)..., glaciers are made up of fresh water.

  Actually, glaciers contain the largest ...(37)... of fresh water in the world. When glaciers melt, this fresh water gets mixed with dirt, sand, rocks and salt. It is no longer good for drinking and gets lost
Question 31:A. is B. are C. were be D. was
Question 32:A. why B. that C. when D. which
Question 33:A. average B. often C. usual D. always
Question 34:A. with B. from C. of D. in
Question 35:A. to B. in C. from D. on
Question 36:A. Well B. In addition C. As well as D. As well
Question 37:A. amount B. fraction C. number D. figure
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 38: Joe giving up smoking has caused him to gain weight and become i
itable with his acquaintances.
A. i
itable with B. Joe giving up C. to gain weight D. has caused
Question 39: They asked me what did happen last night, but I was unable to tell them.
A. unable B. tell them C. what did happen D. last night
Question 40: Angle's bilingual ability and previous experience were the qualities of which helped her get the job over all the other candidates.
A. of which B. were C. the other D. helped
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.
SYMBOL FOR THE UNKNOWN
  The different kinds of X-ray machines now in use vary in size from small dental machines to machines so large they can photograph an automobile. Yet more than 100 years ago, no one had ever heard of an X-ray. In 1895, a German scientist named Wilhelm Roentgen noticed barium platinocyanide crystals glowing from an unknown source of light in a dark room. The man knew that there was a lighted bulb in the laboratory, but this bulb was totally screened by a tight casing of black cardboard. He concluded then that some unknown kind of light ray was passing through the screen to shine on the crystals.
  With great excitement, Roentgen studied these strange new rays. He called them X rays, because X is the scientific symbol which stands for the unknown. X rays, Roentgen discovered, could pass through cardboard, cloth, wooden boards, and even metals.
  Roentgen's discovery of X rays was tremendously important to modern medicine. Doctors depend on this valuable tool to help them diagnose many kinds of medical problems from
oken bones to cancer. Industry and scientific research make widespread use of X rays, too. X ravs make it possible to measure the amount of ethyl in gasoline or to inspect metal, plastic, ru
er, and other materials for flaws that do not appear on the surface.
  In these and other ways, the rays which mystified Roentgen in his laboratory long ago are used by scientists today.
Question 41: While not directly stated, it may be infe
ed that........
A. X rays did not exist before 1800.
B. X rays are only useful in medicine.
C. Scientific discoveries are sometimes made by accident.
D. Roentgen had been looking for X rays before he discovered them.
Question 42: Roentgen called these strange new rays X rays because.....
A. these rays were a symbol of the unknown.
B. these rays could, pass through cardboard, cloth, wooden boards, and even metals.
C. these rays had the shape of an X.
D. what is still unknown is represented by the symbol X.
Question 43: Which sentence is NOT true?
A. X rays make it possible to find-flaws in various products.
B. X rays can pass through cloth.
C. X rays help diagnose cancer.
       D. Basically, X rays have been known for hundreds of years
Question 44: The word “diagnose” in paragraph 3 is closest to the meaning of......
A. examine the cause  B. recognise the exact cause
C. find out the reason  D. investigate carefully
Question 45: This article as a whole tells us about.....
A. the discovery and uses of X rays. B. a scientist named Roentgen.
C. the use of X rays in medicine. D. barium crystals.
Question 46: According to the article, X rays have found application in these fields except.....
A. medicine  B. chemistry C. industry D. agriculture
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 47: By 1820, there were over sixty steamboats on the Mississippi River. Many were quite luxurious.
A. By 1820, there were over sixty steamboats on the Mississippi River, whose many were quite luxurious.
B. By 1820, there were over sixty steamboats on the Mississippi River, many of those were quite luxurious.
C. By 1820, there were over sixty steamboats on the Mississippi River, many of which were quite luxurious.

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