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GIÁO VÀ ĐÀOỞ ỤT OẠTR NG THPT ......................ƯỜĐ THI KH CH NG KH 12Ề ƯỢ Môn thi: TI NG ANHẾ THI THỀ ỬTh gian làm bài: 60 phút, không th gian phát đờ ề(Đ thi có 04 trang)ềH tên thí sinh: ọ.........................................................................Mã thi 402ềPRACTICE TESTChoose the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in the following sentences. Question 1: A. initiat ed B. develop ed C. dan ed D. establish edQuestion 2: A. simplif B. occup C. difficult D. suppl yChoose the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in the following questions Question 3: A. employment B. remember C. concentrate D. positionQuestion 4: A. express B. effort C. office D. happenChoose the correct answer to each of the following questions. Question 5: Women in the past were ______ dependent on their husbands and fathers A. economic B. economically C. economical D.economyQuestion 6: It was an interesting exhibition but there was too much to _________ at once .A. bring in B. take in C. get over D. look upQuestion 7: University meant freedom, but you had to be motivated: nobody was forced to _______ lectures.A. reach B. bring C. attend D. meetQuestion 8: The first cotton mill in Massachusetts _______ in the town of Beverly in 1781.A. has built B. built C. was built D. has been builtQuestion 9: Hundreds of people had their homes ____________ by the hurricane. tired now. A. destroyed B. destroy C. destroy ing D. being destroyedQuestion 10: The easiest way to avoid _______ is to configure your computers and mobile devices to install software updates automatically A. hacking B. being hacked C. to hack D. to be hacked Question 11 He asked me _________ home the day before.A. what time leave B. what time will leave C. what time left D. what time had leftQuestion 12: Students also have the opportunity to choose from wide range of _______ courses in the university.A. compulsory B. optional C. required D. limitedQuestion 13: GCSE courses are ____ in variety of subjects which are usually decided by the students themselves.A. spent B. taken C. made D. lookedQuestion 14: War cannot be separated ______ the economic and social system that gives rise to itA. into B. for C. off D. fromQuestion 15: If only Jane _________ my advice, things would have gone much better.A. had taken B. has taken C. took D. would takeQuestion 16: The aim is to help encourage more people of all ages to read more books, by proving that reading isn't only for __________.A. bookworms B. teacher’s pets C. eager beaver D. copycatsChoose the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions. Question 17 The examination will test your ability to understand spoken English, to read non-technical language and Bwriting correctly DQuestion 18: Mary said her friends that she would never walk alone in the forest after dark DQuestion 19: The major goals of primary education is to achieve basic literacy and numeracy among all students. DChoose the word or phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in the following questions. Question 20: like to broaden my educational scope from time to time… you know me, always an eager beaver forlearning .A. an activist B. an eagle C. hardworking student D. patient manQuestion 21: She runs center that provides counseling and training for young women from around Sierra Leone's capital, Freetown.A. organises B. carries out C. manages D. maintainsChoose the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the questions. Question 22: If something doesn't meet your needs and requirements then there will be another tradition around the nextcornerA. dissatisfy B. decrease C. disapprove D. declineQuestion 23: There weren't many tough questions in the exam, so could answer most of them.A. simple B. interesting C. difficult D. importantChoose the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges. Question 24: Jim is talking to his friend, Laura about his plan this summer- Jim: “I 'm going to travel with my friends to Kyoto this summer. Laura: ________. Be sure to tell me all about your trip when you get back .”A. That’s right B. There’s no doubt about thatC. Sounds like fun. D. Sorry to hear thatQuestion 25: Last week, John did an essay very well, which was complimented. Teacher: "John, you've written much better essay this time." John: "________________"A. Thank you. It's really encouraging. B. You're welcome.C. Writing? Why? D. What did you say? I'm so shy.Choose the sentence that is CLOSEST in meaning to the sentence given in each of the following questions Question 26: “I’ll be back before 8. 30” Said Sue.A. Sue said that would be back before 8.30. B. Sue offered to be back before 8.30.C. Sue promised to be back before 8.30. D. Sue encouraged to be back before 8.30.Question It is said that two men were arrested after the explosion.A. People said two men be arrested after the explosion. B. Two men are said to be arrested after the explosion. C. Two men are said to have been arrested after the explosion. D. Two men were said to be arrested after the explosion. Question 28: I'm sorry that didn't finish my homework last night. A. If only had finished my homework last night. B. promise to finish all my homework from now on. C. regret that finished my homework last night. D. wish didn't have to do my homework last night. Choose the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following sentences. Question 29: You must read the instructions. You won’t know how to use this machine without reading them.A. Reading the instructions, so you will know how to use this machine.B. Without reading the instructions, the use of this machine won’t be known.C. Unless you read the instructions, you won’t know how to use this machine.D. You will know how to use this machine unless you read the instructions.Question 30: The Moon doesn't have the atmosphere. The planet Mars doesn't either.A. Neither the Moon or the planet Mars has the atmosphere.B. Either the Moon or the planet Mars has the atmosphere.C. Either the Moon nor the planet Mars has the atmosphere.D. Neither the Moon nor the planet Mars has the atmosphere.Read the following passage and choose the correct answer to each of the following questions. Most Australian schools use modern education methods within ...(31)... education framework. Children wear aschool uniform, ...(32)... is individual to their school. There are also few schools which follow particular educationalphilosophy, such as Steiner or Montessori. here are Special Needs schools and special education programs withinmainstream schools for disabled children, or children with other specific needs. Schools often use remedial andextension classes or other appoaches to ...(33)... the needs of students with different levels of abilities. Some schools ...(34)..... specialized programs in areas such as sport, the arts, or academia, for children who are gifted or talented. Thereis range of Boarding schools at Primary and Secondary level in the Private school sector throughout Australia. There...(35)... few Secondary boarding schools, or accommodation, in the Government sector, in some States mainly forstudents from remote and rural areas. International students can study in schools in Australia.Question 31:A. tradition B. traditionary C. traditionally D. raditionalQuestion 32:A. who B. which C. that D. whatQuestion 33:A. watch B. observe C. see D. meetQuestion 34:A. give B. offer C. exchange D. makeQuestion 35:A. are B. is C. were D. wasRead the following passage and choose the correct answer to each of the following questions.The system of USA education starts with twelve years of primary and secondary school education which theAmericans have to follow. secondary school ("high school") diploma or certificate is compulsory requirement forthe student to be able to enter college, university, vocational, secretarial or other professional and technical schools.American children who are around six years of age normally begin their learning at primary school. It takes from fiveto six years to complete the primary schooling. After finishing the primary schooling, students will have to enter secondary school where they may spend or 7year durations consisting of either two three- year programs, or three-year and four-year program. Schools at thislevel ·are known as Middle School or Junior High School and High or Senior High School. Completion of this stage iscalled Twelfth Grade. International students are advised to find out which .level of education in their countrycorresponding to the twelfth grade in the US.A.After completing the twelfth grade, students are admitted to college or university for higher education. Study at acollege or university leading to the Bachelor's Degree is known as "undergraduate" education. Study beyond theBachelor's Degree is known as "graduate" school, or "postgraduate" education. Advanced or graduate degrees includelaw, medicine, M.B.A. (Master), and Ph.D. (doctorate) etc.The USA has the highest number of educational institutions providing higher education than any other country.There are more than 3800 colleges and universities imparting degree programs. The size of US. higher educationalinstitutions varies greatly, too, from colleges that enroll fewer than 1,000 students to large universities that enroll morethan 50,000 students.Question 36 If US. student wants to enter vocational school, he/ she must ___________.A. have at least 12 years of secondary schooling.B. get high school diplomaC. complete senior high school without its certificate. D. complete two four- year programs at secondary school.Question 37 Schools at secondary level consist of ___________.A. Middle Schools and High schools. B. Middle schools and Junior High schools.C. High schools and Senior High schools. D. Junior and Senior schools.Question 38 According to the text, graduate students are those who ___________.A. graduated from high school. B. are studying college or university.C. are pursuing Master or Doctorate program at university. D. graduated from college or university.Question 39 If you want to study Master program, you ___________.A. must be undergraduate student. B. must get Bachelor diploma.C. must finish 'graduate' program. must complete Bachelor program at university.Question 40 The phrase this level in paragraph refers to _______ A. pre-school B. primary education C. secondary education D. higher educationQuestion 41 The phrase admitted to is closest in meaning to ___________.A. allowed to enter B. permitted to use C. continued to work in D. stopped to studyC. always has fewer than 1,000 students. D. never has more than 1,000 students.Question 42 What is best title for the passage?A Education System in the United States Secondary Education in the United StatesC How to get an M.B.A. in the United States How to get an Ph.D in the United StatesRead the following passage and choose the correct answer to each of the following questions. Although most universities in the United States are on semester system, which offers classes in the fall and spring,some schools observe quarter system comprised of fall, winter, spring and summer quarter. The academic year,September to June, is divided into three quarters of eleven weeks each, beginning in September, January, and March; thesummer quarter, June to August, is composed of shorter sessions of varying length.There are several advantages and disadvantages to the quarter system. On the plus side, students who wish tocomplete three degrees in less than the customary four years may take advantage of the opportunity to study year roundby enrolling in all four quarters. In addition, although most students begin their programs in the fall quarter, they mayenter at the beginning of any of the other quarters. Finally, since the physical facilities are kept in operation year round,the resources are used efficiently to serve the greatest number of students. But there are several disadvantages as well.Many faculty complain that the eleven-week term is simply not long enough for them to cover the material required bymost college courses. Students also find it difficult to complete the assignments in such short period of time.In order to combine the advantages of the quarter system with those of the semester system, some colleges anduniversities have instituted three-term trimester system. In fourteen weeks, faculty and students have more time tocover material and finish course requirements, but the additional term provides more options for admission during theyear and accelerates the degree programs for those students who wish to graduate early.Question 43: Where would this passage most probably be found?A. In an American newspaper.B. In dictionary published to the United States.C. In college catalog for university in the United States.D. In general guide to colleges and universities in the United States.Question 44: semester system ______.A. not very popular in the United States B. has eleven-week sessionsC. has two major sessions year. D. gives students the chance study year round.Question 45: The word them " in paragraph refers to ______.A. courses B. faculty C. students D. weeksQuestion 46: When may students begin studying in school that uses quarter term?A. At the beginning of any quarter B. Summer semester only.C. September. D. At the beginning of the academic year.Question 47: Which of the following would be the best title for this passage?A. Universities in the United States. B. The Academic YearC. The Semester System. D. The Quarter System.Question 48: When is the academic year?A. September to June. B. September to August.C. August to June. D. June to August.Question 49: The word customary " in paragraph could best be replaced by ______.A. agreeable B. limited C. traditional D. lengthyQuestion 50: Which of the following characteristics does NOT apply to trimester?A. They are long enough to cover the material B. They allow students to graduate earlyC. They last eleven weeks. D. They provide more options for admission.----------- ---------Ế