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TR NG VINHƯỜ ỌTR NG THPT CHUYÊNƯỜ(Đ thi trang)ề THI TH THPT QU GIA NĂM 2017 2Ề ẦBài thi: TI NG ANHẾTh gian làm bài: 60 phút, không th gian phátờ ờđề(50 câu tr nghi m)ỏ Mã thiề488Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combineseach pair of sentences in the following questions.Question 1: Marie Curie was famous mathematician and physicist. She also won the Nobel Prize forchemistry.A. Marie Curie was famous mathematician rather than physicist although she won the Nobel Prize for chemistry.B. Marie Curie won the Nobel Prize for chemistry so she was famous mathematician and physicist.C. Marie Curie, famous mathematician and physicist, also won the Nobel Prize for chemistry.D. Winning the Nobel Prize for chemistry, Marie Curie became famous mathematician and physicist.Question 2: Jack was overconfident. Therefore, he ruined our plan completely.A. It was Jack’s overconfidence ruined our plan completely.B. That was Jack’s overconfidence ruined our plan completely.C. Jack was overconfident, which ruined our plan completely.D. It was because Jack’s overconfidence that ruined our plan completely.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest inmeaning to each of the following questions.Question 3: We had no sooner got to know our neighbors than they moved away.A. Soon after we got to know our new neighbors, we stopped having contact with them.B. Hardly had we become acquainted with our new neighbors when they went somewhere else to live.C. If our new neighbors had stayed longer, we would have got to know them better.D. Once we had got used to our new neighbors, they moved somewhere else.Question 4: “I’ll speak calmly. really will!”. He said.A. He promised to speak calmly. B. He reminded me to speak calmly.C. He refused to speak calmly. D. He offered to speak calmly.Question 5: There were so many people on the train that Mary couldn’t get seat.A. So crowded the train was that Mary couldn’t get seat.B. The train was so crowded that there was nowhere for Mary to sit.C. The train was too crowded for Mary not to get seat.D. The crowded train did not prevent Mary from getting seat.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part ispronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions.Question 6: A. arriv ed B. follow ed C. rain ed D. jump edQuestion 7: A. ea B. ea ther C. ea ve D. ea dMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of thefollowing questions.Question 8: Nadine: “I’ve been offered $550 for my stereo. Should take it or wait for better one?”Kitty: “Take the $550._________________________ ”A. Actions speak louder than words B. Kill two birds with one stoneC. The early bird catches the worm D. bird in the hand is worth two in the bushQuestion 9: ________ I’ve cleaned it and polished it, it still doesn’t look new.A. While B. Because C. Although D. in spite ofQuestion 10: Today, many serious childhood diseases________ by early immunization.A. prevent B. can prevent C. can be prevented D. are preventingQuestion 11: The Beauty Contest is ________ start at 8.30 a,m our time tomorrow.A. bound to B. about to C. on the point of D. due toQuestion 12: Whenever problem________, we try to discuss frankly and find solutions as soon as possible.A. comes by B. comes off C. comes up D. comes in Trang Mã thi 488ềQuestion 13: Jenny: “What did your grammar teacher want to talk to you about?” Peter: “I did badly on the last test. She________ studied for it.”A. said why hadn’t B. said why hadn’t C. asked why hadn’t D. asked why hadn’t IQuestion 14: ______summer spent in ______ UK was one of______ best in my life.A. A/a/the B. The/the/a C. The/-/the D. The/the/theQuestion 15: If people paid little more attention to the environment, the Earth ________ greener.A. would be B. will be C. would have been D. had beenQuestion 16: bought this grammar book ________ could go over all the things we have studied this year.A. that B. with view to C. so that D. in order toQuestion 17: Lessons from the ________ developed countries are worth learning to save our time.A. economically B. economic C. economize D. economicalQuestion 18: In this job, experience accounts for more than paper ________.A. background B. certificate C. quality D. qualificationsQuestion 19: The picture,________, was beautiful.A. at that she was looking B. at which she was lookingC. she was looking D. at it she was lookingMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needscorrection in each of the following questions.Question 20: There are many different ways of comparing the culture of one nation with those of anothe r. DQuestion 21: She only had twenty-dollars bill with her when she landed at Heathrow airport. DQuestion 22: was very busy lately since the project of designing the new collection started. DMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning tothe underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.Question 23: When you change sound file to an MP3, the file is compressed .A. precise B. made smaller C. transformed D. made biggerQuestion 24: When floodwaters recede, affected areas are often blanketed in silt and mud. The waterand landscape can be contaminated with hazardous materials, such as sharp debris, pesticides, fuel anduntreated sewage. A. to expose to the open air comfortably B. to cover completely with thick layer of something C. to provide someone with protective layer D. to dig out something hidden for longRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, or on your answer sheet to indicate thebest option for each of the blanks. The Rocky Mountains run almost the length of North America. They start in the north west but lieonly (25) ________ hundred miles from the centre in the more southern areas. Although the Rockies aresmaller (26) ________ the Alps, they are no less beautiful. There are many roads across the Rockies, but the best way to see them is to travel by train. Youstart from Vancouver, the most attractive of Canada’s big cities. Standing with its feet in the water and its(27) ________ in the mountains, this city (28) ________ its residents to ski on slopes just 15 minutes bycar from the city centre. Thirty passenger trains day used to (29) ________ off from Vancouver on the cross-continentrailway. Now there are just three week, but the ride is still great adventure. You sleep on board, whichis fun, but travel through some of the best site at night.Question 25: A. few B. many C. couple D. lotQuestion 26: A. from B. to C. as D. thanQuestion 27: A. ear B. head C. hand D. noseQuestion 28: A. lets B. allows C. gives D. offersQuestion 29: A. set B. get C. leave D. takeMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning tothe underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.Question 30: The museum was overrun with tourists so decided to go back another day.A. having no tourists B. not having enough touristsC. crowded with tourists D. having tourists runningQuestion 31: Oil is one of the principal sources of energy.A. most difficult B. most popular C. most important D. most expensive Trang Mã thi 488ềMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response tocomplete each of the following exchanges.Question 32: Billy and Bobby are in coffee shop. Billy is asking Bobby for his opinion about the coffee there. Billy: “How’s the coffee here?” Bobby: “_________________”A. No, don’t think so. B. It’s little bitter, to tell the truth.C. It’s little better now that I’ve got car. D. As matter of fact, I’m not interested.Question 33: James: “It was very kind of you to give me lift home”. Pete: “_________________”A. Oh, don’t do that. was coming past your house any way.B. I’m not pleased.C. As matter of fact, you’re pretty nice.D. Oh, don’t mention it. was coming past your house any way.Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate thecorrect answer to each of the questions. The New York Times is daily newspaper published in New York City. For long time, it has beenthe newspaper of record in the United Sates and one of the world’s great newspapers. Its strength is in itseditorial excellence; it has never been the largest newspaper in terms of circulation.The Times was established in 1851 as penny paper whose editors wanted to report the news in arestrained and objective fashion. It enjoyed early success as its editors set pattern for the future byappealing to cultured, intellectual readership instead of mass audience. However, in the late nineteenthcentury, it came into competition with more popular, colorful, if not lurid, newspapers in New York City.Despite price increases, the Times was losing $1,000 week when Adolph Simon Ochs bought it in 1896.Ochs built the Times into an internationally respected daily. He hired Carr Van Anda as editor. VanAnda placed greater stress than ever on full reporting of the news of the day, and his reportersmaintained and emphasized existing good coverage of international news. The management of the paperdecided to eliminate fiction from the paper, added Sunday magazine section, and reduced the paper’sprice back to penny. In April 1912, the paper took many risks to report every aspect of the sinking of theTitanic. This greatly enhanced its prestige, and in its coverage of two world wars, the Times continued toenhance its reputation for excellence in world news. In 1971, the Times was given copy of the so-called “Pentagon Papers”, secret government studyof U.S involvement in the Vietnam War. When it published the report, it became involved in several lawsuits.The U.S Supreme Court found that the publication was protected by the freedom-of- the-press clause in theFirst Amendment of the U.S Constitution. Later in the 1970s, the paper, under Adolph Ochs’s grandson,Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, introduced sweeping changes in the organization of the newspaper and its staffand brought out national edition transmitted by satellite to regional printing plants.Question 34: What is the main idea of the passage?A. The New York Times publishes the best fiction by American writers.B. The New York Times lost its prestige after the Vietnam War.C. The New York Times broadcasts its news to TV station via satellite.D. The New York Times became highly respected throughout the world.Question 35: It can be inferred from the passage that the circulation of The New York Times is _____.A. the smallest in the world. B. the worst in the world.C. not the largest in the world. D. not the best in the world.Question 36: Which phrase is closest in meaning to the word restrained in paragraph 2?A. Without education B. With self-control C. In handcuffs D. Put in prisonQuestion 37: What word or phrase does the word “his” as used in paragraph refer to?A. Van Anda B. News of the day C. Reporters D. International newsQuestion 38: To improve its circulation, the management of the Times did all of the following EXCEPT ____:A. eliminated fiction from the paper.B. increased the number of lurid stories, even if they were not true.C. emphasized good coverage of international news.D. added Sunday magazine section.Question 39: The passage implies that the newspaper’s reputation _______.A. decreased because it could not compete with other New York papers.B. decreased when it lowered its price to penny.C. increased because of its coverage of the Titanic sinking.D. grew when Adolph Ochs bought it in 1896. Trang Mã thi 488ềQuestion 40: According to the passage, the Times has national edition that is ________.A. protected by the Supreme Court .B. transmitted by satellite to regional printing plants.C. shipped by train and airport daily.D. printed in the form of Sunday magazine.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on you answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest inthe position of the main stress in each of the following questions.Question 41: A. powerful B. comfortable C. opinion D. accurateQuestion 42: A. completion B. understand C. behavior D. materialRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate thecorrect answer to each of the questions.The ideas of John Dewey, philosopher and educator, have influenced American thought for over onehundred years. Dewey was born in Vermont in 1859, and throughout his life, he kept the respect forexperience, individuality, and fair play that shaped the character of the nineteenth-century Vermonter. Heviewed his own life as continuously reconstructive process-with experience and knowledge building oneach other. By the 1930s, Dewey had simplified his theory of experience to its essence. As the intellectualleader of the progressive schools, he asserted that there was danger in rejecting the old unless the newwas rooted in correct idea of experience. He held that experience is an interaction between what aperson already knows and the situation at hand. Previous knowledge interacting with the presentenvironment influences future experience.Dewey believed that experience could not be equated with education because all experiences arenot necessarily educative. Experience is educative only when it contributes to the growth of the individual,but it can be miseducative if it distorts the growth of further experience. It is the quality of experience thatmatters. Thus, productive experience is both the means and the goal of education. Furthermore, sinceeducation is social process, truly progressive education involves the participation of the learner indirecting the learning experience. During his long life, Dewey lectured and published prolifically These writings were influential bothduring his lifetime and after his death at the age of ninety-two. He viewed his whole life as an experimentwhich would produce knowledge that would lead to further experimentation. The range and diversity ofDewey’s writings and his influence on society place him among American’s great thinkers.Question 43: What does the passage mainly discuss?A. the educational methods of John Dewey. B. John Dewey’s professional growth.C. John Dewey’s theory of experience. D. the progressive movement in education.Question 44: The author implies that Dewey’s Vermont background _______.A. limited the types of experiences he had as child.B. inspired him to become philosopher.C. provided him with an excellent education.D. contributed to his philosophy of experience.Question 45: The word its in paragraph refers to ________.A. the old B. progressive education C. the 1930s D. theory of experienceQuestion 46: According to John Dewey, the interplay between person’s previous knowledge and thepresent situation is ________.A. correct idea of experience B. dangerousC. education D. rejection of the oldQuestion 47: The word " distorts " in paragraph is closest in meaning to _______.A. deforms B. mislays C. stimulates D. balancesQuestion 48: All of the following were part of Dewey’s theory of experience and education EXCEPT ______.A. knowledge and experience interact B. experience is always educativeC. present experience affects future experience D. experience should develop the individualQuestion 49: According to Dewey, progressive education should include ________.A. the active participation of the student B. directing new social processC. complete rejection of traditional methods D. both positive and negative experiencesQuestion 50: The word " prolifically” in paragraph is closest in meaning to _______.A. carefully B. abundantly C. progressively D. intellectually ----------- The end ---------- Trang Mã thi 488ề