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GD&ĐT VĨNH PHÚCỞ KỲ KH SÁT KI TH THPT NĂM 2017-2018Ả ỌMÔN: TI NG ANH ẾTh gian làm bài: 60 phút, không th gian phát đờ ềMã thi: 122ềMart the letter A, B, or on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following questions.Câu 1: Mai: “Thanks for the nice gift you brought to us.” Nam: “_______”A. Actually speaking. myself don’t like it. B. Welcome! It’s very nice of you.C. All right. Do you know how much it cost? D. Not at all. Don’t mention it.Câu 2: John: “Do you think that we should use public transportation to protect our environment?” Laura: _____ ”A. Yes, it’s an absurd idea. B. There is no doubt about it.C. Of course not. You bet. D. Well, that’s very surprising.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.Câu 3: A. climb ed B. crash ed C. announc ed D. escap edCâu 4: A. onesty B. istoric C. eir D. onorableMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to eachof the following questions.Câu 5: He said, “Hurrah! We have won the match!”A. He said with joy that they have won the match.B. He exclaimed with joy that they had won the match.C. He said that they have won the match.D. He said, “Hurrah” that they had won the match.Câu 6: The children ran away to avoid being bitten by the dog.A. The children ran away so that the dog can’t bite them.B. The children ran away for fear of biting by the dog.C. The children ran away with view to avoid being bitten by the dog.D. The children ran away for fear the dog might bite them.Câu 7: Mary regrets not studying hard for her exams.A. Mary wishes to study hard for her exams.B. If Mary studied hard, she would not regret about her exams.C. If only Mary studied hard for her exams.D. Mary wishes she had studied hard for her exams.Mark the letter A, B, or to indicate the word that differs from the other three in position of primary stress in each of the following questions.Câu 8: A. inspector B. adoption C. counselor D. descriptionCâu 9: A. teacher B. follow C. arrive D. offerMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.Câu 10: Those of you who signed up for Dr. Daniel’s anthropology class should get their books as soon aspossible.A. for B. Those of C. anthropology D. their booksCâu 11: The lion has long been symbol of strength powerful and cruelty.A. strength B. symbol C. long been D. powerfulCâu 12: The boy is considering for the leading role in the school play .A. is considering B. leading role C. The D. school playRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 13 to 17.Laughing is good for the body and mind. When we laugh we breathe more oxygen into our body, (13) _______helps to keep us healthy. Endorphins or happy chemicals are released in the body, and you feel more relaxedand happy. Laugher also brings people together to (14) ______ some fun. Companies who have run laughteryoga workshops find that they have advantages for both employers and employees. People who are happy atwork are more hard-working and (15) _______ more money for the company. Also, people who can laughtogether (16) ______ more successfully. In general, people do better at work when they feel happy and relaxed. Trang Mã thi 122ềĐ CHÍNH TH CỀ ỨA Danish company who used Laughter Yoga for year reported an increase (17) ______ sales of 40 percentover the previous year. Following Laughter Yoga session, Hawaiian timeshare company reported the highestsales of the year double their target figures.Câu 13: A. that B. what C. how D. whichCâu 14: A. share B. divide C. give D. offerCâu 15: A. make B. do C. take D. provideCâu 16: A. communicate B. communicating C. to communicate D. communicatesCâu 17: A. at B. in C. through D. onRead the following passage and mark the letter A,B,C and to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 18 to 25.The ruined temples of Angkor are perhaps one of the most impressive Seven Wonders of the World. Located inmodern day Cambodia near Lake Tonle Sap, the largest freshwater lake in Asia, Angkor was the seat of powerfor the Khmer Empire from the ninth to the fifteenth century. The ruins of Angkor are documented as some ofthe most impressive ones in the world, rivaling the pyramids of Giza in Egypt. Why this mighty civilizationdied out is question that archeologists are now only beginning to ponder. The answer, it turns out, may belinked with the availability of fresh water.One possible explanation for the downfall of the Khmer Empire has to do with the inhabitants’ irrigationsystem. The temples and palaces of Angkor were constructed around series of artificial reservoirs and canalswhich were annually flooded to capacity by the Mekong River. Once filled, they were used to irrigate thesurrounding rice paddies and farmland during the course of the year. Farmers were completely dependent uponthe water for their crucial rice crop. Without consistent irrigation, the farmers would have been unable tomaintain functional crop production.Scientists speculate that toward the end of the Khmer Empire the hydraulic systems of the reservoirs andcanals broke down. The construction of hundreds of sandstone temples and palaces required an enormousamount of physical labor. In addition, as the capital of the Khmer Empire, Angkor contained upwards of onehundred thousand people who resided in and around Angkor. In order to feed so many people, the local farmerswere driven to grow food quicker and more efficiently. After centuries of continual use, the irrigation systemwas pushed beyond its capacity. Soil erosion, nutrient depletion, and the loss of water led to decrease in thefood supply. With less food available, the people of Angkor slowly began to migrate to other parts of Cambodiathus leaving the marvelous city of Angkor to be swallowed by the jungle. Therefore, it is speculated that theKhmer Empire may have fallen victim to its own decrepit infrastructure.Câu 18: What is the passage mainly about?A. The essential role water plays in farming.B. Religious temples of the ancient Khmer Empire.C. Modern day agricultural procedures in Cambodia.D. possible explanation for the decline of civilization.Câu 19: The word artificial in the paragraph is closest in meaning to ______.A. insincere B. numerous C. man-made D. naturalCâu 20: The word decrepit in the last paragraph is closest in meaning to ________.A. beneficial B. deteriorated C. disorganized D. incompleteCâu 21: The word they in paragraph refers to ______.A. farmland B. rice paddies C. reservoirs and canals D. temples and palacesCâu 22: All the following are mentioned as events that can affect food supply EXCEPT______.A. erosion of soil B. reduction of nutrientsC. loss of water supply D. contamination of soilCâu 23: The passage preceding this passage most likely discusses ______.A. the other six wonders of the worldB. the form of government practiced by the Khmer EmpireC. religious practices of the people of AngkorD. architecture of ancient Asian civilizationCâu 24: Why does the author mention the hydraulic systems of the reservoirs?A. They became non-functional due to overuse.B. They helped transport the sandstones for constructing temples.C. They were destroyed by nearby warrior tribes.D. They supplied irrigation from the Indian Ocean.Câu 25: It can be inferred from the passage that the inhabitants of the Khmer Empire ______.A. were intentionally starved by the farmers Trang Mã thi 122ềB. lost their food source due to excess rainfallC. depended upon rice as their main source of foodD. supplemented their diets with meat hunted in the nearby junglesMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.Câu 26: The teacher as well as his students _______ at the school meeting yet.A. haven’t arrived B. hasn’t arrived C. not arriving D. arrivedCâu 27: When friends insist on _______ expensive gifts, it makes people uncomfortable.A. they accepting B. them to accept C. they accept D. their acceptingCâu 28: _______ that she burst into tears.A. Such her anger was B. Her angry was such C. So angry was she D. She was so angerCâu 29: can’t walk in these high-heeled boots. keep________.A. falling out B. falling over C. falling back D. falling offCâu 30: To solve this problem, it is advisable _______.A. that drastic measure be adopted B. that to adopt drastic measureC. that drastic measure is adopted D. drastic measure to be adoptedCâu 31: “Buy me newspaper on your way back, _______?”A. can’t you B. will you C. don’t you D. do youCâu 32: Most of the diseases are caused by the unhygienic surroundings ______ people live.A. in that B. in where C. in which D. whichCâu 33: By the end of this year, Nam _______ English for seven years, but he will still need more training andexperience before he masters the language.A. will have been studying B. has been studyingC. has studied D. will be studyingCâu 34: The song has _______ been selected for the 22 nd Sea Games in Vietnam.A. officially B. officer C. office D. officialCâu 35: His _____ of the school regulations really can’t be ignored any longer.A. inattention B. carelessness C. disregard D. unfamiliarityCâu 36: It gets _______ to understand what the professor has explained.A. the more difficult B. more and more difficultC. difficult more and more D. more difficult thanCâu 37: _______ non-verbal language is _______ important aspect of interpersonal communication.A. the B. C. an D. The ØMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.Câu 38: He drives me to the edge because he never stops talking whenever we meet.A. moves me B. steers me C. frightens me D. irritates meCâu 39: As the summer sun sent scattered rays through the maple and oak leaves overhead, the young deerstood frozen making it almost impossible for the hikers to see her.A. not moving B. very cold C. not melted D. invisibleMart the letter A, B, or to indicate the word (s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.Câu 40: need everybody’s help. The wedding is tomorrow and we haven’t even started with the decorationsyet. We have no time to lose .A. have to start right now B. remember what time it isC. must do everything quickly D. have some extra timeCâu 41: Unless the two signatures are identical the bank won’t honor the check.A. fake B. similar C. different D. genuineMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.Câu 42: The new restaurant looks good. However, it seems to have few customers.A. The new restaurant would have more customers if it looked better.B. If it had few more customers, the new restaurant would look better.C. In order to get more business, the new restaurant should improve its appearance.D. In spite of its appearance, the new restaurant doesn’t appear to attract much business.Câu 43: They are my two sisters. They aren’t teachers like me.A. Unlike me, neither of my two sisters aren’t teachers. Trang Mã thi 122ềB. They are my two sisters, neither of whom is teacher like me.C. They are my two sisters who neither are teachers like me.D. They are my two sisters, both of those are teachers like me.Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, and to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 44 to 50 .Ocean Currents and the Turning of the TideIf you take seat at the beach and look out across the water, you’ll soon notice that oceans have rhythm oftheir own. Throughout the course of the day, sea levels will rise and fall, and water will flow through routes andend up in different places. But how does it all work?One force at play is tides, which are the alternating water levels of the ocean. There are two majorgravitational forces which cause tides: the sun and the moon. The moon’s force has tugging effect on oceanswhich causes them to bulge outwards on opposite sides of the planet. Solar tides operate according to the sameprinciples. However, they are only about 50 percent as strong due to the distance between the sun and the earth.As tides rise and fall, they create tidal currents. The strongest tidal currents occur at the height of both highand low tides. Unlike other currents, they do not flow in continuous stream. Far from shore, tidal currentsdon’t have much of an effect. Yet when they pass through narrow area, like harbours and bays, tidal currentscan displace plants, animals, and sediment. Although they may certainly shake things up, not all of the damageis negative. Tidal currents can spread fish eggs across long distances to assist fertilization, in addition totransporting key nutrients.Another category of currents is ocean currents. These currents occur near the top of the water, and are mainlypowered by the wind. One example of these is coastal currents, which are those beachgoers encounter whengoing for swim. One of the strongest and most well-known currents is the Gulf Stream, which brings warmwater from the Gulf of Mexico all the way to Western Europe. Meanwhile, Deep Ocean currents are powerfulforce in the depths of oceans. The strongest of these has been nicknamed the global conveyor belt, and it movesmuch slower than surface currents. Although we can’t see it in operation, it’s about 16 times as powerful as allthe earth’s rivers put together. As the global conveyor belt pushes water around the planet, it carries nutritionand carbon dioxide to places that truly need them. In the end, although there are several currents working onoceans simultaneously, they each seem to perform necessary function that creates balance for life in the sea.Câu 44: What might be another good title for the passage?A. The Secrets behind the Seas B. The Pollution of the World’s OceansC. The Dangers of Ocean Currents D. The Wonderful Sea of DreamsCâu 45: The word displace in paragraph is closest in meaning to________.A. bury B. keep C. move D. destroyCâu 46: The word these in paragraph refers to________.A. the Gulf Stream currents B. Deep Ocean currentsC. forces to cause ocean currents D. the depths of oceansCâu 47: How do moon tides different from solar tides?A. They occur less frequently than solar tides. B. They operate using different principles.C. They only occur during the nighttime. D. They are stronger than solar tides.Câu 48: The most powerful tidal currents occur________.A. when it is windy day B. when tides are low and highC. when tides are high D. when tides are lowCâu 49: What happens when tidal currents pass through harbours and bays?A. They destroy many towns. B. They always cause negative events.C. They kill lots of plants and fish. D. They transport things around.Câu 50: What can be inferred from the passage?A. There are ocean currents which are more powerful than the global conveyor belt.B. Ocean currents play role in creating life balance in the sea.C. People in Western Europe may see the Gulf Stream.D. The moon’s force has the same effect on oceans on the opposite sides of the earth.----------- ----------ẾThí sinh không ng tài li u. Cán coi thi không gi thích gì thêmượ Trang Mã thi 122ề