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GD&ĐT VĨNH PHÚCỞTR NG THPT LI NƯƠ KỲ THI CH HSG 11 THPT NĂM 2017 2018 ỌĐ THI MÔN:Ề TI NG ANHẾ(Th gian lam bai 150 phut, không th gian giao )ơ êPART II. GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARYI. Complete the following sentences by choosing the correct answer among four options (A, B, or D). (15 pts)1. He's really shy________ girl.A. by B. at C. for D. with2. The teacher________ her to improve her drawing.A. insisted B. encouraged C. made D. persisted3. couldn't quite________ what they were doing because they were so far away.A. bear out B. make out C. think out D. try out4. The meal Mary cooked tastes_______.A. well B. nice C. good D. worse5. ______ at the party, we saw Ruth standing alone.A. Arriving B. We arrived C. Arrived D. We were arriving6. The people who________ the survey said that they had examined over 1,000 accidents.A. gave B. proceed C. set D. conducted7. The judge found him________ of stealing and sent him to prison.A. evil B. innocent C. guilty D. wicked8. The house we have rented is________. So we will have to buy some beds, chairs, tables, etc.A. unrestored B. unrepaired C. unfurnished D. undecorated9. He was turned down for the job because he is________.A. qualified B. qualifying C. unqualified D. qualification10. The trouble started only________ the other man came into the room.A. when B. until C. and then D. too soon11. _______, the disaster would not have happened.A. Had you have obeyed the orders B. You had obeyed the ordersC. You obeyed the orders D. Had you obeyed the orders12. _______ had booked in advance were allowed in.A. Only who B. Only those who C. Only who were those D. Only were those who13. Traveling alone to jungle is adventurous, ________.A. if not impossible B. if it not impossible C. when not impossible D. when it not impossible14. I________ the hot weather in the south.A. use to B. used to C. am use to D. am used to15. The meat looked very________ to the dog.A. invited B. invite C. inviting D. invitingly II. Use the correct form of each word on the right to complete the numbered spaces providedin the passage. Write your answers on your answer sheet. (10 pts)The mysteries of the skies Three hundred and fifty years before the first men looked down on the amazinglybeautiful surface of the moon from close quarters, Galileo’s newly built telescope(1)_______ him to look at the edge of the hitherto mysterious sphere. He saw that theapparently (2)_______ surface was not divinely smooth and round, but bumpy andimperfect. He realized that although the moon might appear (3)_______, resembling astill life painted by the hand of cosmic (4)_______, it was real world, perhaps notvery different from our own. This amounted to great (5)_______ hardly to be expectedin his day and age, although nowadays his (6)_______ may appear to some to be trivialand (7)_______.Not long after Galileo lunar’s observations, the skies which had previously been so(8)_______ revealed more of their extraordinary mysteries. Casting around for furtherwonders, Galileo focused his lens on the (9)_______ planet of Jupiter. Nestling next to it, 1. ABLE2. LIVE3. ACT4. ART5. ACHIEVE6. CONCLUDE7. SIGNIFY8. ELUDEBy Binh THPT Li n, Th ch, Vinh Phuc www.violet.vn/quocbinh72 Trang 1Đ LUY 04Ề Êhe saw four little points of light circling the distant planet. Our moon it appeared,perhaps (10)_______ in the eyes of those fearful of what the discovery might mean, wasnot alone! 9. STRIKE10. FORTUNEIII. In the following passage, some numbered lines contain word that shouldn’t be there.Tick (√) the sentences that are correct and write the words that shouldn’t be there in thenumbered space. (10 pts)KEEPING YOUR DISTANCEPersonal space is term that refers to the distance we like tokeep between ourselves and other people. When someone we do notknow well gets too close that we usually begin to feel uncomfortable. Ifsuch business colleague comes closer than 1.2 meters, the mostcommon response is to move away. Some interesting studies have beendone in libraries. If strangers will come too close, many people get upand leave the building, others use to different methods such as turningtheir back on the intruder. Living in cities has made people to developnew skills for dealing with situations where they are very close tostrangers. Most people on so crowded trains try not to look atstrangers; they avoid skin contract, and apologize if hands touch by amistake. People use newspapers as barrier between themselves andother people, and if they do not have one, they stare into the distance,making sure they are not looking into anyone’s eyes. ___ √_ __00 someone1________2 ________3 ________4 ________5 ________6 ________7 ________8 ________9 ________10 _______PART III. READINGI. Complete the following passage by choosing A, B, or to fill in each blank. (10 pts)In recent years, there has been remarkable increase into happiness. The researchers havecome up number of factors which contribute to definition of happiness.First of all, there is, in some people, moderate genetic predisposition to be happy, in otherwords, happiness (1)_______ in families. And happiness seems to correlate quite strongly with themain dimensions of personalities: extroverts are generally happier, neurotics are less so.Second, people often report good social relations as reason for their happiness. Inparticular, friends are great (2)_______ of joy, partly because of the agreeable things they dotogether, partly because of the way friends use positive non-verbal (3)_______ such as caressing andtouching, to affirm their friendship. Marriage and similar (4)_______ relationships can also form thebasis of lasting happiness.Third, job satisfaction undoubtedly (5)_______ overall satisfaction, and vice versa perhapsthis is why some people are happy in boring jobs: it (6)_______ both ways. Job satisfaction is causednot only by the essential nature of the work, but (7)_______ by social interactions with co-workers.Unemployment, on the contrary, can be serious cause of unhappiness.Fourth, leisure is important because it is more under individual (8)_______ than most othercauses of happiness. Activities (9)_______ sport and music, and participation in voluntary work andsocial clubs of various kinds, can give great joy. This is partly because of the (10)_______ themselves,but also because of the social support of other group members it is very strong in the case ofreligious groups.1. A. runs B. arrives C. goes D. descends2. A. source B. origin C. base D. meaning3. A. movements B. signals C. slogans D. motions4. A. near B. tight C. close D. heavy5. A. consists of B. applies to C. counts on D. contributes to6. A. works B. effects C. makes D. turns7. A. too B. as well C. also D. plus8. A. check B. power C. choice D. control 9. A. so B. such C. like D. thus10. A. facilities B. activities C. exercises D. amenitiesII. Read the passage carefully, then choose the correct option (marked A, B, or D) to answerthe questions. (10 pts)By Binh THPT Li n, Th ch, Vinh Phuc www.violet.vn/quocbinh72 Trang 2Scientists have established that influenza viruses taken from man can cause disease inanimals. In addition, man can catch the disease from animals. In fact, greater numbers of wildbirds seem to carry the virus without showing any evidences of illness. Some scientists concludethat large family of influenza virus may have evolved in the bird kingdom, group that has beenon earth 100 million years and is able to carry the virus without contracting the disease. There iseven convincing evidence to show that virus strain are transmitted from place to place and fromcontinent to continent by migrating birds.It is known that two influenza viruses can recombine when both are present in an animalat the same time. The result of such recombination is great variety of strains containing differentH and spikes. This raises the possibility that human influenza virus can recombine with aninfluenza virus from lower animal to produce an entirely new spike. Research is underway todetermine if that is the way major new strains come into being. Another possibility is that twoanimal influenza strains may recombine in pig, for example, to produce new strain which istransmitted to man.1. According to the passage, scientists have discovered that influenza viruses ______.A. cause ill health in wild animals B. do not always cause symptoms in birdsC. are rarely present in wild birds D. change when transmitted from animals to man2. What is known about the influenza virus?A. It was first found in group of very old birds.B. All the different strains can be found in wild birds.C. It existed over 100 million years ago. D. It can survive in many different places.3. According to the passage, great variety of influenza strains can appear when______.A. and spikes are produced B. animal and bird viruses are combinedC. dissimilar types of viruses recombine D. two viruses of the same type are contracted4. New strains of viruses are transmitted to man by_______.A. type of wild pig B. diseased lower animalsC. group of migrating birds D. variety of means5. It can be inferred from the passage that all of the following are ways of producing new strains ofinfluenza EXCEPT___.A. two influenza viruses in the same animal recombiningB. animal viruses recombining with human virusesC. two animal viruses recombining D. two animal viruses recombining in humanIII. Read the passage and hoose the best answer from the four options marked A, B, or inthe following questions. (10 pts)Several hundred million years ago, plants similar to modern ferns covered vast stretches ofthe land. Some were as large as trees, with giant fronds bunched at the top of trunks as straight aspillars. Others were the size of bushes and formed thickets of undergrowth. Still others lived inthe shade of giant club mosses and horsetails along the edges of swampy lagoons where giantamphibians swam.A great number of these plants were true ferns, reproducing themselves without fruits orseeds. Others had only the appearance of ferns. Their leaves had organs of sexual reproductionand produced seeds. Although their “flowers” did not have corollas, these false ferns (todaycompletely extinct) ushered in the era of flowering plants. Traces of these floras of the earliesttimes have been preserved in the form of fossils. Such traces are most commonly found in shaleand sandstone rocks wedged between coal beds.Today only tropical forests bear living proof of the ancient greatness of ferns. The speciesthat grow there are no longer those of the Carboniferous period, but their variety and vastnumbers, and the great size of some, remind us of the time when ferns ruled the plant kingdom.1. What does the passage mainly discuss?A. Plant reproduction B. How to locate fossilsC. An ancient form of plant life D. Tropical plant life2. The word Others refers to _________.A. plants B. pillars C. trees D. frondsBy Binh THPT Li n, Th ch, Vinh Phuc www.violet.vn/quocbinh72 Trang 33. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as characteristic of the plants described in thepassage?A. They once spread over large areas of land. B. They varied greatly in size.C. They coexisted with amphibians, mosses, and horsetails.D. They clung to tree trunks and bushes for support.4. The word true is closest in meaning to which of the following?A. accurate B. genuine C. straight D. dependable5. The author states that fossils of early plant life are usually found in rocks located betweendeposits of _______.A. coal B. shale C. sandstone D. corollasIV. Read the passage carefully then fill in the blank suitable word. (15 pts) As swimming became popular recreation in England during the 1860s and 1870s, several(1)______ sports developed, roughly patterned after land sports. (2)______ them were water football(or soccer), water rugby, water handball, and water polo, in which players rode on floating barrels,painted to look (3)______ horses, and struck the ball with stick.Water rugby became most popular of these sports, but somehow the water polo namebecame attached to it, and it's been attached (4)______ since.As played in England, the object of the sport was for player to touch the ball, with both(5)______, at the goal end of the pool. The goaltender stood on the pool deck, ready to dive on anyopponent who was about to score.Water polo quickly became very rough sport, filled (6) ______ underwater fights away fromthe ball, and it wasn't unusual for players to pass out for lack of air.In 1877, the sport was tamed in Scotland by the addiction of goalposts. The Scots alsoreplaced (7)______ original small, hard rubber ball with soccer ball and adopted (8)______ thatprohibited taking the ball under the surface or, " tackling" player unless he had the ball.The Scottish game, which emphasized swimming speed, passing, and (9)______ work, spreadto England during the early 1880s, to Hungary in 1889, to Austria and Germany in 1894, to Francein 1895, and (10)______ Belgium in 1900. Water polo was the first team sport added to the Olympic program, in 1900.PART IV: WRITINGI. Write the new sentences using the given word. Do not change the word given in any way. (10 pts)1. They have discovered some interesting new information. LIGHT2. They suspended Jack for the next two matches. BANNED3. really want to see her again. DYING4. She was so beautiful that couldn't stop looking at her. EYES5. We are looking forward to watching the program. WAITII. Rewrite each of the following sentences so that it has similar meaning to the original one. (10 pts)1. If you changed your mind, you would be welcomed to join our class. Were you______________________________________________________ 2. I'd rather not go out this afternoon. do not feel____________________________________________________3. Adeles tries hard, but she doesn't get anywhere. However______________________________________________________4. It is thought that the boss is considering raising wages. The boss______________________________________________________5. His disabilities did not prevent him from sailing around the world. Despite the fact_________________________________________________6. didn't arrive in time to see her. wasn't_______________________________________________________7. I'd prefer you not to smoke. I'd rather______________________________________________________8. The mother smiled happily. She took the baby in her arms.By Binh THPT Li n, Th ch, Vinh Phuc www.violet.vn/quocbinh72 Trang 4→ Smiling________________________________________________________9. The noise next door did not stop until after midnight. It was not ______________________________________________________10. You can ring this number whenever there is any difficulty. Should _________________________________________________________________THE END________By Binh THPT Li n, Th ch, Vinh Phuc www.violet.vn/quocbinh72 Trang