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GIÁO ĐÀO ÔN THI NGHI TRUNG PH THÔNG ĐỀ CHÍNH TH NĂM 2017- 2018Ọ (Đ có 04 trang) MÔN TI NG ANHẾ MÃ ĐỀ 295 Th gian: 60 phút không tính th gian giao đờ ềMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in theposition of primary stress in each of the following questions. Question 1:A. proverbial B. photography C. magnicicent D. advantageous Question 2:A. contaminate B. consultancy C. architecture D. chronologyMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.Question 3: Our lew house is very........for the office as can get there in five minutes.A. available B. convenient C. comfortable D. suitableQuestion 4: Children can be difficult to teach because of their short attention.........A. duration B. limit C. span D. timeQuestion 5: The new regime determined to........compulsory military service.A. break off B. phase out C. end up D. stop offQuestion 6: As the managing director dictating the letter, his secretary......what he wassaying in shorthand.A. took up B. took down C. took on D. took offQuestion 7: Technology is advancing so quickly that machines becomes.....almost overnight.A. stale B. obsolete C. archaic D. second-handQuestion 8: You can........me the details; don’t want to know all about your arguments with your boss.A. deprive B. avoid. C. save D. spareQuestion 9: The group’s image......to young people in general and the less well-off in particular.A. draws B. attracts C. appeals D. excitesQuestion 10: This new law will take.....from the beginning of next month.A. influence B. effect C. force D. powerQuestion 11: This jacket would be ideal in winter: it has fur......A. lining B. backing C. coating D. fillingQuestion 12: If you bathe your finger in cold water, that should......the pain.A. blunt B. curb C. deaden D. restrainQuestion 13: She wanted cake, ........one with chocolate.A. preferable B. preferably C. preferentially D. preferentialQuestion 14: This new advertising campaign is not........with our company policy.A. suited B. matched C. consistent D. alliedMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the otherthree in pronunciation in each of the following questions. Question 15:A. priv te B. liter te C. consider te D. illustr te Question 16:A. pred ct B. verd ct C. interd ct D. ind ctmentMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlinedword(s) in each of the following questions.Question 17: She arrived ten minutes before her flight, so she was cutting it bit fine A. having little time B. almost late C. just in time D. getting hurtQuestion 18: The headmaster is forever extolling the virtues of her children. A. appreciate B. praise C. criticize D. validateMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlinedword(s) in each of the following questions.Question 19: stay in the country will be beneficial to his health. A. vulnerable B. good C. detrimental D. usefulQuestion 20: Her latest book is readable enough, but it can't hold candle to her earlier work. A. surpass B. overcome C. conquer D. charge higherMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of thefollowing questions.Question 21: Superior to all others woods for shipbuilding, teak is also used for furniture flooring, and generalconstruction.A. others B. furniture C. used for D. forQuestion 22: calorie is the quantity of heat required to rise one gallon of water one degree centigrade at oneatmospheric pressure.A. calorie B. to rise C. quantity D. requiredQuestion 23: The diametre of the Sun is more than one hundred times greater than the Earth.A. times B. more than C. greater D. theMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the followingexchanges.Question 24: “.................” “Please hold the line. I’ll just put you through.”A. This is Doris Evans. I’d like to speak to Mr. Davidson, please.B. Help me out, please. My dress’s got stuck to the hook..C. Oh, no. My kite’s broken away.D. Take this message for him, please.Question 25: That’s 8.50, sir.” “.................”A. The bill, please. B. I’ll eat la carte. C. I’ll pay back soon. D. Here you are.Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer toeach of the questions from 26 to 33 For 150 years scientists have tried to determine the solar constant, the amount of solar energy that reaches the Earth. Yet,even in the most cloud-free regions of the planet, the solar constant cannot he measured precisely. Gas molecules and dustparticles in the atmosphere absorb and scatter sunlight and prevent some wave lengths of the light from ever reaching theground. With the advent of satellites, however, scientists have finally been able to measure the Sun’s output without being impededby the Earth's atmosphere. Solar Max, satellite from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), has beenmeasuring the Sun's output since February 1980. Although malfunction in the satellite's control system limited itsobservation for few years, the satellie was repaired in orbit by astronauts from the space shuttle in 1984. Max'sobservations indicate that the solar constant is not really constant after all. The satellite’s instruments have detected frequent, small variations in the Sun’s energy output, generally amounting to nomore than 0.05 percent of the Sun's nnean energy output and lasting from few days to few weeks. Scientists believe thesefluctuations coincide with the appearance and disappearance of large group's of sunspots on the Sun's disk. Sunspots arerelatively dark regions on the Sun's surface that have strong magnetic fields and temperature about 2,000 degreesFahrenheit cooler than the rest of the Sun's surface. Particularly large fluctuations in the solar constant have coincided withsightings of large sunspot groups. In 1980, for exannple, Solar Max's instrument, registered 0.3 percent drop in the solarenergy reachng the Earth. At that time sunspot group covered about 0.6 percent of the solar disk, in area 20 times largerthan the Earth’s surface. Long-term variations in the solar constant are more difficult to deternnine. Although Solar Max's data have indicated aslow and steady decline in the Sun's output, some scientists have thought that the satellite's aging detectors might havebecome less sensitive over the years, thus falsely indicating drop in the solar constant. This possibility was dismissed,however, by comparing Solar Max's observations with data from similar instrument operating on NASA's Nimbus 7weather satellite since 1978.Question 26: Why did scientists think that Solar Max might be giving unreliable information ?A. Nimbus interfered with Solar Max's detectorsB. Solar Max's instruments were getting old .C. Solar Max did not work for the first few years.D. The space shuttle could not fix Solar Max's instrumentsQuestion 27: The word " scatter " in line is closest in meaning to .......A. capture B. transform C. hit D. disperseQuestion 28: What does this passage mainly discuss ?A. The launching of weather satellite B. The measurement of variations in the solar constantC. The components of the Earth’s atmosphere D. The interaction of sunlight and air pollutionQuestion 29: The phrase "This possibility" in the last paragraph refers to the likelihood that the ........A. solar constant cannot be measured B. instruments are providing inaccurate dataC. Nimbus satellite is older than Solar Max D. solar constant has declinedQuestion 30: The word " detected " in the third paragraph is closest in meaning to .......A. estimated B. predicted C. disregarded D. registeredQuestion 31: According to the passage, scientists believd variations in the solar constant are related to .......A. unusual weather patterns B. fluctuations in the Earth's temperatureC. increased levels of dust D. sunspot activityQuestion 32: Why is it not possible to measure the solar constant accurately without satellite ?A. Some areas on Earth receive more solar energy than others.B. There is not enough sunlight during the day.C. The Earth is too far from the Sun.D. The Earth's atmosphere interferes with the sunlight .Question 33: The word " its in the second paragraph refers to the .......A. malfunction B. atmosphere C. satellite D. orbitRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer toeach of the questions from 34 to 00 Memory is vital characteristic of the human species. Organisms evolve to adapt to their environments in many differentways. There are, however, two broad classes of adaptation. The first of these involves pre-programming the organism tocope with its environment so that it is born with all the necessary instincts and equipment to operate efficiently andeffectively with virtually no learning, this is clearly very successful means of adaptation and has enabled an enormousrange of organisms, from plants, bacteria, and insects to "simple" vertebrates, to continue to flourish for millions of years.Such organisms have their mode of adaptation "wired in" and, as such, have minimal need for learning or memory. The second involves the production of an organism which is adaptable. Here, there is much less pre-programming, and theorganism is left to modify its behaviour in response to its environment. This allows for considerably greater complexity andvariability of behaviour. It also demands larger brain and is heavily dependent on the capacity to leam and remember. Thehuman race is the obvious example of this form of evolution our ability to leam and remember has allowed us to developtools and language, technologies which in turn vastly increased our ability to store and communicate yet more informationthrough writing, and subsequently films, videos, and computers, all of which can be regarded as an extension of the memory.However, without the individual's memory, the vast storage of information in the libraries all over the world would beincomprehensible. Accordingly, the ability to learn and remember, allowing as it does for the development of language, is perhaps our mostcrucial characteristic.Question 34: According to the passage, many organisms have existed for millions of years because they ......A. continually adapt to the environment. B. have inbuilt resources .C. are unable to learn. D. have no memory.Question 35: It can be inferred from the passage that man's most important characteristic is ...... A. the capacity to remember B. an aptitude for writing.C. the skill of storing information. D. the ability to speak.Question 36: According to the passage, the organism of the second class .....A. relies upon its memory B. changes the behavior constantly.C. learns very quickly. D. modifies the environment.Question 37: Which phrase below is the closest in meaning to to cope with ”?A. compete B. deal with C. overcome D. adapt toQuestion 38: The author suggests that human being's memory is ......A. supported by technological advances. B. dependent upon the storage of writing.C. tool used for understanding. D. partly responsible for the growth of the language .Question 39: The author mentions all of the following in connection with the first class of adaptation EXCEPT .....A. Process of being wired into equipment B. State of being programmed in advance.C. Ability to deal with the environment. D. Possession of the requisite instincts.Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word orphrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 40 to 45 If you go to the website of London’s Royal Court Theatre, you’ll find paragraph headed “Trigger Warnings”, advisingthat some plays ...(40)... material “that can be particularly distressing for some individuals”. If you’re an author who thinksyour new book may ...(41)... offence, you can get “sensitivity reader” to vet it. We now spend lot of time agonising overpeople’s feelings, says David Aaronovitch. Hardly day ...(42)... by without someone trying to ban something: students at aUS university have just banned the “alt-right” provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos from giving talk, fearing he’d create an“unsafe space” for people on campus. Such moves, however well-intentioned, are ...(43)... on the flawed assumption thatpeople are so fragile they must be (…)from things that may upset them. Wrong. As the eminent psychiatrist Sir SimonWessely discovered after the 7/7 London bombings, the counselling given to the survivors actually made many feel worse.“People are tougher than we think,” and it is by ...(44)... up to our fears that we overcome them. Instead of searching outsources of offence, we must trust in people’s adaptability and resilience.[Adapted from The TIMES February, 2017] Question 40:A. give B. form C. contain D. integrate Question 41:A. get B. bring C. kindle D. cause Question 42:A. goes B. passes C. crosses D. stops Question 43:A. concentrated B. depended C. based D. laid Question 44:A. clodes B. excluded C. banned D. shielded Question 45:A. kicking B. looking C. turning D. facingMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of thefollowing questions.Question 46: Friendly though he may seem, he's not to be trusted .A. He may have friends, but he‘s not to be trusted.B. However he seems friendly, he‘s not to be trusted.C. He‘s too friendly to be trusted.D. However friendly he seems, he‘s not to be trusted .Question 47: haven't enjoyed myself so much for years .A. It’s years since enjoyed myself so much .B. It’s years since have enjoyed myself so much.C. It was years since had enjoyed myself so much.D. It has been years since have enjoyed myself so much.Question 48: Were it not for the money, this job wouldn't be worthwhile .A. Although the salary is poor, the job is worthwhile.B. The only thing that makes this job worthwhile is the money.C. This job offers poor salary.D. This job is not rewarding at all.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentencesin the following questions.Question 49: The plane crash killed lot of people. Dad was as sound as the bell.A. The plane crash killed lot of people, but Dad was as sound as the bell .B. Despite the plane crash killed lot of people, Dad was as sound as the bell.C. No matter many people were killed in the plane crash, Dad was as sound as the bell.D. The plane crash killed lot of people and Dad was as sound as the bell.Question 50: She looks lady of 60. She is only 30 years of age.A. lady of 60 looks for her age for 30 years.B. Her look is older than her age.C. She looks lady of 60, but her real age is only 30 .D. lady of 60 looks 30 years younger than her. The EndS GIÁO ĐÀO ÔN THI NGHI TRUNG PH THÔNG ĐỀ CHÍNH TH NĂM 2017- 2018Ọ (Đ có 04 trang) MÔN TI NG ANHẾ MÃ ĐỀ 795 Th gian: 60 phút không tính th gian giao đờ ềMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentencesin the following questions.Question 1: She looks lady of 60. She is only 30 years of age.A. Her look is older than her age.B. lady of 60 looks for her age for 30 years.C. lady of 60 looks 30 years younger than her. D. She looks lady of 60, but her real age is only 30.Question 2: The plane crash killed lot of people. Dad was as sound as the bell.A. Despite the plane crash killed lot of people, Dad was as sound as the bell.B. The plane crash killed lot of people, but Dad was as sound as the bell.C. The plane crash killed lot of people and Dad was as sound as the bell.D. No matter many people were killed in the plane crash, Dad was as sound as the bell.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlinedword(s) in each of the following questions.Question 3: She arrived ten minutes before her flight, so she was cutting it bit fine A. just in time B. almost late C. having little time D. getting hurtQuestion 4: The headmaster is forever extolling the virtues of her children. A. appreciate B. validate C. criticize D. praiseMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.Question 5: Children can be difficult to teach because of their short attention.........A. span B. time C. duration D. limitQuestion 6: She wanted cake, ........one with chocolate.A. preferential B. preferentially C. preferable D. preferablyQuestion 7: As the managing director dictating the letter, his secretary......what he wassaying in shorthand.A. took on B. took off C. took down D. took upQuestion 8: You can........me the details; don’t want to know all about your arguments with your boss.A. save B. spare C. deprive D. avoid.Question 9: The new regime determined to........compulsory military service.A. stop off B. phase out C. break off D. end upQuestion 10: This jacket would be ideal in winter: it has fur......A. backing B. coating C. filling D. liningQuestion 11: This new advertising campaign is not........with our company policy.A. consistent B. allied C. matched D. suitedQuestion 12: The group’s image......to young people in general and the less well-off in particular.A. attracts B. draws C. appeals D. excitesQuestion 13: Technology is advancing so quickly that machines becomes.....almost overnight.A. second-hand B. obsolete C. archaic D. staleQuestion 14: Our lew house is very........for the office as can get there in five minutes.A. suitable B. convenient C. available D. comfortableQuestion 15: If you bathe your finger in cold water, that should......the pain.A. blunt B. curb C. restrain D. deadenQuestion 16: This new law will take.....from the beginning of next month.A. force B. power C. effect D. influenceRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer toeach of the questions from 17 to 22 Memory is vital characteristic of the human species. Organisms evolve to adapt to their environments in many differentways. There are, however, two broad classes of adaptation. The first of these involves pre-programming the organism tocope with its environment so that it is born with all the necessary instincts and equipment to operate efficiently andeffectively with virtually no learning, this is clearly very successful means of adaptation and has enabled an enormousrange of organisms, from plants, bacteria, and insects to "simple" vertebrates, to continue to flourish for millions of years.Such organisms have their mode of adaptation "wired in" and, as such, have minimal need for learning or memory. The second involves the production of an organism which is adaptable. Here, there is much less pre-programming, and theorganism is left to modify its behaviour in response to its environment. This allows for considerably greater complexity andvariability of behaviour. It also demands larger brain and is heavily dependent on the capacity to leam and remember. Thehuman race is the obvious example of this form of evolution our ability to leam and remember has allowed us to developtools and language, technologies which in turn vastly increased our ability to store and communicate yet more informationthrough writing, and subsequently films, videos, and computers, all of which can be regarded as an extension of the memory.However, without the individual's memory, the vast storage of information in the libraries all over the world would beincomprehensible. Accordingly, the ability to learn and remember, allowing as it does for the development of language, is perhaps our mostcrucial characteristic.Question 17: According to the passage, the organism of the second class .....A. relies upon its memory. B. changes the behavior constantly.C. modifies the environment. D. learns very quickly.Question 18: The author suggests that human being's memory is ......A. supported by technological advances. B. partly responsible for the growth of the language.C. dependent upon the storage of writing. D. tool used for understanding.Question 19: Which phrase below is the closest in meaning to to cope with ”?A. overcome B. compete C. adapt to D. deal withQuestion 20: The author mentions all of the following in connection with the first class of adaptation EXCEPT .....A. Process of being wired into equipment. B. State of being programmed in advance.C. Possession of the requisite instincts. D. Ability to deal with the environment.Question 21: According to the passage, many organisms have existed for millions of years because they ......A. have inbuilt resources. B. have no memory.C. are unable to learn. D. continually adapt to the environment.Question 22: It can be inferred from the passage that man's most important characteristic is ...... A. an aptitude for writing. B. the capacity to remember.C. the ability to speak. D. the skill of storing information.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in theposition of primary stress in each of the following questions. Question 23:A. architecture B. chronology C. consultancy D. contaminate Question 24:A. photography B. proverbial C. magnicicent D. advantageousMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the followingexchanges.Question 25: That’s 8.50, sir.” “.................”A. The bill, please. B. Here you are. C. I’ll eat la carte. D. I’ll pay back soon.Question 26: “.................” “Please hold the line. I’ll just put you through.”A. Help me out, please. My dress’s got stuck to the hook..B. Oh, no. My kite’s broken away.C. This is Doris Evans. I’d like to speak to Mr. Davidson, please.D. Take this message for him, please.Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word orphrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 27 to 32 If you go to the website of London’s Royal Court Theatre, you’ll find paragraph headed “Trigger Warnings”, advisingthat some plays ...(27)... material “that can be particularly distressing for some individuals”. If you’re an author who thinksyour new book may ...(28)... offence, you can get “sensitivity reader” to vet it. We now spend lot of time agonising overpeople’s feelings, says David Aaronovitch. Hardly day ...(29)... by without someone trying to ban something: students at aUS university have just banned the “alt-right” provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos from giving talk, fearing he’d create an“unsafe space” for people on campus. Such moves, however well-intentioned, are ...(30)... on the flawed assumption thatpeople are so fragile they must be (…)from things that may upset them. Wrong. As the eminent psychiatrist Sir SimonWessely discovered after the 7/7 London bombings, the counselling given to the survivors actually made many feel worse.“People are tougher than we think,” and it is by ...(31)... up to our fears that we overcome them. Instead of searching outsources of offence, we must trust in people’s adaptability and resilience.[Adapted from The TIMES February, 2017] Question 27:A. contain B. integrate C. give D. form Question 28:A. get B. cause C. bring D. kindle Question 29:A. passes B. stops C. goes D. crosses Question 30:A. depended B. laid C. based D. concentrated Question 31:A. shielded B. clodes C. excluded D. banned Question 32:A. turning B. kicking C. facing D. lookingRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer toeach of the questions from 33 to 40 For 150 years scientists have tried to determine the solar constant, the amount of solar energy that reaches the Earth. Yet,even in the most cloud-free regions of the planet, the solar constant cannot he measured precisely. Gas molecules and dustparticles in the atmosphere absorb and scatter sunlight and prevent some wave lengths of the light from ever reaching theground. With the advent of satellites, however, scientists have finally been able to measure the Sun’s output without being impededby the Earth's atmosphere. Solar Max, satellite from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), has beenmeasuring the Sun's output since February 1980. Although malfunction in the satellite's control system limited itsobservation for few years, the satellie was repaired in orbit by astronauts from the space shuttle in 1984. Max'sobservations indicate that the solar constant is not really constant after all. The satellite’s instruments have detected frequent, small variations in the Sun’s energy output, generally amounting to nomore than 0.05 percent of the Sun's nnean energy output and lasting from few days to few weeks. Scientists believe thesefluctuations coincide with the appearance and disappearance of large group's of sunspots on the Sun's disk. Sunspots arerelatively dark regions on the Sun's surface that have strong magnetic fields and temperature about 2,000 degreesFahrenheit cooler than the rest of the Sun's surface. Particularly large fluctuations in the solar constant have coincided withsightings of large sunspot groups. In 1980, for exannple, Solar Max's instrument, registered 0.3 percent drop in the solarenergy reachng the Earth. At that time sunspot group covered about 0.6 percent of the solar disk, in area 20 times largerthan the Earth’s surface. Long-term variations in the solar constant are more difficult to deternnine. Although Solar Max's data have indicated aslow and steady decline in the Sun's output, some scientists have thought that the satellite's aging detectors might havebecome less sensitive over the years, thus falsely indicating drop in the solar constant. This possibility was dismissed,however, by comparing Solar Max's observations with data from similar instrument operating on NASA's Nimbus 7weather satellite since 1978.Question 33: According to the passage, scientists believd variations in the solar constant are related to .......A. fluctuations in the Earth's temperature B. increased levels of dustC. sunspot activity D. unusual weather patternsQuestion 34: The word " scatter " in line is closest in meaning to .......A. capture B. hit C. disperse D. transformQuestion 35: The word " its in the second paragraph refers to the .......A. satellite B. orbit C. atmosphere D. malfunctionQuestion 36: What does this passage mainly discuss ?A. The interaction of sunlight and air pollution B. The measurement of variations in the solar constantC. The components of the Earth’s atmosphere D. The launching of weather satelliteQuestion 37: The word " detected " in the third paragraph is closest in meaning to .......A. predicted B. disregarded C. registered D. estimatedQuestion 38: Why is it not possible to measure the solar constant accurately without satellite ?A. There is not enough sunlight during the day.B. The Earth is too far from the Sun.C. The Earth's atmosphere interferes with the sunlight.D. Some areas on Earth receive more solar energy than others.Question 39: Why did scientists think that Solar Max might be giving unreliable information ?A. The space shuttle could not fix Solar Max's instrumentsB. Nimbus interfered with Solar Max's detectorsC. Solar Max did not work for the first few years.D. Solar Max's instruments were getting old.Question 40: The phrase "This possibility" in the last paragraph refers to the likelihood that the ........A. instruments are providing inaccurate data B. solar constant has declinedC. solar constant cannot be measured D. Nimbus satellite is older than Solar MaxMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlinedword(s) in each of the following questions.Question 41: Her latest book is readable enough, but it can't hold candle to her earlier work. A. conquer B. charge higher C. surpass D. overcomeQuestion 42: stay in the country will be beneficial to his health. A. detrimental B. useful C. good D. vulnerableMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of thefollowing questions.Question 43: The diametre of the Sun is more than one hundred times greater than the Earth.A. the B. more than C. times D. greater Question 44: calorie is the quantity of heat required to rise one gallon of water one degree centigrade at oneatmospheric pressure.A. quantity B. calorie C. required D. to riseQuestion 45: Superior to all others woods for shipbuilding, teak is also used for furniture flooring, and generalconstruction.A. used for B. furniture C. for D. othersMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of thefollowing questions.Question 46: Friendly though he may seem, he's not to be trusted .A. He may have friends, but he‘s not to be trusted.B. He‘s too friendly to be trusted.C. However friendly he seems, he‘s not to be trusted.D. However he seems friendly, he‘s not to be trusted.Question 47: Were it not for the money, this job wouldn't be worthwhile .A. The only thing that makes this job worthwhile is the money.B. This job is not rewarding at all.C. Although the salary is poor, the job is worthwhile.D. This job offers poor salary.Question 48: haven't enjoyed myself so much for years .A. It’s years since enjoyed myself so much.B. It’s years since have enjoyed myself so much.C. It was years since had enjoyed myself so much.D. It has been years since have enjoyed myself so much.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the otherthree in pronunciation in each of the following questions. Question 49:A. ind ctment B. interd ct C. pred ct D. verd ct Question 50:A. priv te B. liter te C. consider te D. illustr teThe EndS GIÁO ĐÀO ÔN THI NGHI TRUNG PH THÔNG ĐỀ CHÍNH TH NĂM 2017- 2018Ọ (Đ có 04 trang) MÔN TI NG ANHẾ MÃ ĐỀ 523 Th gian: 60 phút không tính th gian giao đờ ềMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in theposition of primary stress in each of the following questions. Question 1:A. architecture B. consultancy C. contaminate D. chronology Question 2:A. advantageous B. proverbial C. photography D. magnicicentMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentencesin the following questions.Question 3: She looks lady of 60. She is only 30 years of age.A. lady of 60 looks for her age for 30 years.B. She looks lady of 60, but her real age is only 30.C. Her look is older than her age.D. lady of 60 looks 30 years younger than her. Question 4: The plane crash killed lot of people. Dad was as sound as the bell.A. Despite the plane crash killed lot of people, Dad was as sound as the bell.B. The plane crash killed lot of people, but Dad was as sound as the bell.C. The plane crash killed lot of people and Dad was as sound as the bell.D. No matter many people were killed in the plane crash, Dad was as sound as the bell.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of thefollowing questions.Question 5: Were it not for the money, this job wouldn't be worthwhile .A. Although the salary is poor, the job is worthwhile.B. The only thing that makes this job worthwhile is the money.C. This job is not rewarding at all.D. This job offers poor salary.Question 6: haven't enjoyed myself so much for years .A. It has been years since have enjoyed myself so much.B. It was years since had enjoyed myself so much.C. It’s years since enjoyed myself so much.D. It’s years since have enjoyed myself so much.Question 7: Friendly though he may seem, he's not to be trusted .A. However he seems friendly, he‘s not to be trusted.B. However friendly he seems, he‘s not to be trusted.C. He may have friends, but he‘s not to be trusted.D. He‘s too friendly to be trusted.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.Question 8: As the managing director dictating the letter, his secretary......what he wassaying in shorthand.A. took on B. took up C. took off D. took downQuestion 9: The group’s image......to young people in general and the less well-off in particular.A. appeals B. attracts C. draws D. excitesQuestion 10: This new law will take.....from the beginning of next month.A. power B. force C. effect D. influenceQuestion 11: This jacket would be ideal in winter: it has fur......A. coating B. backing C. filling D. liningQuestion 12: She wanted cake, ........one with chocolate.A. preferentially B. preferably C. preferential D. preferableQuestion 13: If you bathe your finger in cold water, that should......the pain.A. restrain B. curb C. deaden D. bluntQuestion 14: Technology is advancing so quickly that machines becomes.....almost overnight.A. second-hand B. archaic C. stale D. obsoleteQuestion 15: The new regime determined to........compulsory military service.A. break off B. stop off C. end up D. phase outQuestion 16: Our lew house is very........for the office as can get there in five minutes.A. available B. comfortable C. convenient D. suitableQuestion 17: Children can be difficult to teach because of their short attention.........A. limit B. span C. duration D. timeQuestion 18: You can........me the details; don’t want to know all about your arguments with your boss.A. avoid. B. save C. spare D. depriveQuestion 19: This new advertising campaign is not........with our company policy.A. consistent B. suited C. matched D. alliedMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the otherthree in pronunciation in each of the following questions. Question 20:A. priv te B. liter te C. illustr te D. consider te Question 21:A. interd ct B. pred ct C. ind ctment D. verd ctMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the followingexchanges.Question 22: That’s 8.50, sir.” “.................”A. I’ll pay back soon. B. The bill, please. C. I’ll eat la carte. D. Here you are.Question 23: “.................” “Please hold the line. I’ll just put you through.”A. Take this message for him, please.B. This is Doris Evans. I’d like to speak to Mr. Davidson, please.C. Oh, no. My kite’s broken away.D. Help me out, please. My dress’s got stuck to the hook..Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer toeach of the questions from 24 to 31 For 150 years scientists have tried to determine the solar constant, the amount of solar energy that reaches the Earth. Yet,even in the most cloud-free regions of the planet, the solar constant cannot he measured precisely. Gas molecules and dustparticles in the atmosphere absorb and scatter sunlight and prevent some wave lengths of the light from ever reaching theground. With the advent of satellites, however, scientists have finally been able to measure the Sun’s output without being impededby the Earth's atmosphere. Solar Max, satellite from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), has beenmeasuring the Sun's output since February 1980. Although malfunction in the satellite's control system limited itsobservation for few years, the satellie was repaired in orbit by astronauts from the space shuttle in 1984. Max'sobservations indicate that the solar constant is not really constant after all. The satellite’s instruments have detected frequent, small variations in the Sun’s energy output, generally amounting to nomore than 0.05 percent of the Sun's nnean energy output and lasting from few days to few weeks. Scientists believe thesefluctuations coincide with the appearance and disappearance of large group's of sunspots on the Sun's disk. Sunspots arerelatively dark regions on the Sun's surface that have strong magnetic fields and temperature about 2,000 degreesFahrenheit cooler than the rest of the Sun's surface. Particularly large fluctuations in the solar constant have coincided withsightings of large sunspot groups. In 1980, for exannple, Solar Max's instrument, registered 0.3 percent drop in the solarenergy reachng the Earth. At that time sunspot group covered about 0.6 percent of the solar disk, in area 20 times largerthan the Earth’s surface. Long-term variations in the solar constant are more difficult to deternnine. Although Solar Max's data have indicated aslow and steady decline in the Sun's output, some scientists have thought that the satellite's aging detectors might havebecome less sensitive over the years, thus falsely indicating drop in the solar constant. This possibility was dismissed,however, by comparing Solar Max's observations with data from similar instrument operating on NASA's Nimbus 7weather satellite since 1978.Question 24: What does this passage mainly discuss ?A. The launching of weather satellite B. The measurement of variations in the solar constantC. The interaction of sunlight and air pollution D. The components of the Earth’s atmosphereQuestion 25: Why did scientists think that Solar Max might be giving unreliable information ?A. Solar Max did not work for the first few years.B. The space shuttle could not fix Solar Max's instrumentsC. Solar Max's instruments were getting old.D. Nimbus interfered with Solar Max's detectorsQuestion 26: The word " scatter " in line is closest in meaning to .......A. capture B. hit C. transform D. disperseQuestion 27: The phrase "This possibility" in the last paragraph refers to the likelihood that the ........A. instruments are providing inaccurate data B. Nimbus satellite is older than Solar MaxC. solar constant has declined D. solar constant cannot be measuredQuestion 28: The word " detected " in the third paragraph is closest in meaning to .......