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GIÁO ĐÀO NGỞ ƯƠTR NG THPT ĐOÀN TH NGƯỜ ƯỢ THI TH 2Ề ẦNĂM 2017-2018ỌMÔN: TI NG ANHẾTh gian làm bài: 60 phút 50 questionsờMã thi 149ềM ark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning toeach of the following sentence. Question 1. They were exposed to biased information, so they didn't know the true story.A. If they have exposed to the unbiased information, they could have seen the true story.B. If they got unbiased information, they could know the true story.C. If they had been exposed to unbiased information, they would have known the true story.D. If they had biased the information, they could have known the true story. Question 2. The staff couldn't have worked any harder, but they could not finish the order all the week.A. The staff, who couldn't finish the order, could not have worked as hard as they claimed they did.B. Throughout the week, the staff could not finish the order, which how they did not work as hard asthey should have.C. Had the staff worked little harder, they might have finished all the order by the end of the week.D. Throughout the week, less than the amount ordered could be produced, although the staff workedas hard as they could. Question 3. "If were in your shoes, would take her home after the party," he told me.A. He isn't wearing my shoes, so he can't take her home after the party.B. He suggested that should take her home after the party.C. He would like to be me and take her home after the party.D. He advised me to put on my shoes and take her home after the party.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines eachpair of sentences in the following questions. Question 4. The announcement was made. Everyone started to cheer.A. Everyone started to cheer, then the announcement was made.B. No sooner had everyone started cheering than the announcement was made.C. Everyone started to cheer, so the announcement was made.D. As soon as the announcement was made, everyone started to cheer. Question 5. Li-fi is quite new technology. It ses common household LED light bulbs to enable datatransfer. A. Li-fi is quite new technology, that ses common household LED light bulbs to enable datatransfer.B. Li-fi is quite new technology using common household LED light bulbs to enable data transfer.C. Li-fi is quite new technology, which ses common household LED light bulbs to enable datatransfer.D. Li-fi which is quite new technology, ses common household LED light bulbs to enable datatransfer.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST inmeaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions. Question 6. Training for the Olympics requires an enormous amount of work; athletes who want tocompete must work extremely hard.A. really common B. very large C. hardly enough D. quite unusual Question 7. Cao Cao, who was Chinese warlord of the Eastern Han dynasty during the Three Kingdomsperiod, is known as very incredulous person.A. unimaginable B. skeptical C. excellent D. incredibleMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to show the word whose underlined part ispronounced differently from that of the others in the same groupTrang MÃ 149ỀQuestion 8. A. struggle B. area C. discriminate D. pioneer Question 9. A. th roughly B. astr naut C. mpete D. atm sphereMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE inmeaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions. Question 10. Fortunately, no one was injured in the accident as the motorist crashed into stationaryvan.A. damaged B. loaded C. large D. moving Question 11. Many great artists had never been acknowledged until after they were starved and dead .A. known B. neglected C. denied D. abandonedMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the answer that best completes each ofthe following questions Question 12. Meghan Markle, who is to become member of British Royal Family upon her ____ toPrince Harry on May 19 th, 2018, is an American actress and humanitarian.A. marrying B. marriage C. marry D. married Question 13. There are many researches _____ that various species of animals have been extinct.A. showing B. shown C. which shows D. show Question 14. The match was _____ until an hour later because of the heavy snow.A. looked up B. held up C. turned up D. called up Question 15. Researchers from Britain and the USA _____ an enzyme that could eat plastic while they_____ the structure of natural enzyme evolving in waste recycling center in Japan.A. were discovering, were examining B. discovered, were examiningC. discovered, examined D. were discovering, examined Question 16. Rihanna, known for her hit songs and fearless spirit, is popular among Saudi women. Manyare expected ____ her new makeup, called "Fenty".A. to buy B. buy C. buying D. to buying Question 17. Smartphone technology can be double-edged sword. On the one hand, it sends usunlimited amounts of information. On the other hand, this immediate ____ to information may become anaddiction. A. tendency B. approach C. access D. trend Question 18. workaholic is someone ____ works lot of time and finds it difficult not to work.A. whom B. whose C. who D. which Question 19. Children are especially _____ to food poisoning.A. open B. affected C. infectious D. vulnerable Question 20. Life would be much better if there ____ no wars on earth.A. had B. are C. were D. would be Question 21. John and Joanne will never know the truth, _____?A. won't they B. won't they C. will he D. will they Question 22. went to his house but didn't meet him yesterday. He ____ on business.A. must go B. should have gone C. must have gone D. should go Question 23. He is the black _____ of his family. He was expelled from school and has been in prisontwice.A. bird B. dog C. sheep D. horseRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate thecorrect word(s) for each of the blanksThere are several key technologies which will, without doubt, (24)_______ the nature of work in thetwenty first century, one of which is virtual reality Appealing to several of your senses at once, thismarvel of science presents images that respond instantaneously (25)_______ your movements. It allowspeople to behave as if they were somewhere completely different; this could be place which existedhundreds of years ago, or completely fictional one. At present, you need to wear bizarre-looking gogglesto receive the images. (26)_______, as computers become smarter these will be replaced by morelightweight ones, which will be able to superimpose synthesized images onto the real world.Trang MÃ 149ỀAs software evolves, complex systems may be simplified into models which are (27)_______ longerbeyond human comprehension. New ranks of specialists will clearly be needed to enable both expert(28)_______ amateur alike to access such applications. Clearly, the job opportunities this created forthose trained in virtual reality will be immense.(Adapted from New Proficiency Reading Longman Exam Skills Mary Stephens Question 24. A. effect B. account for C. affect D. influence on Question 25. A. on B. for C. with D. to Question 26. A. Besides B. Although C. However D. Therefore Question 27. A. much B. any C. not D. no Question 28. A. also B. and C. as well D. orRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate thecorrect answer to each of the questionsPeople are often surprised to learn just how long some varieties of trees can live. If asked toestimate the age of the oldest living trees on Earth, they often come up with guesses in the neighborhoodof two or perhaps three hundred years. The real answer is considerably larger than that, more than fivethousand years.The tree that wins the prize for its considerable maturity is the bristlecone pine of California. Thisvenerable pine predates wonders of the ancient world such as the pyramids of Egypt, the HangingGardens of Babylon, and the Colossus of Rhodes. It is not nearly as tall as the giant redwood that is alsofound in California, and in fact it is actually not very tall compared with many other trees, often littlemore than five meters in height. This relatively short height may be one of the factors that aid thebristlecone pine living to ripe old age-high winds and inclement weather cannot easily reach the shortertrees and cause damage. An additional factor that contributes to the long life of the bristlecone pine is thatthis type of tree has high percentage of resin, which prevents rot from developing in the tree trunk andbranches.(TOEFL Reading) Question 29. What is the best title for the reading passage?A. The wonders of the ancient world B. Three-hundred-year-old-forestsC. The size of the bristlecone pine D. An amazingly enduring tree Question 30. The expression " in the neighborhood of " in paragraph could best be replaced by____ .A. on the same block as B. of approximately C. located close to D. with the friendliness of Question 31. It can be inferred from the passage that most people______.A. are quite accurate in their estimates of the ages of treesB. do not really have any idea how old the oldest trees on Earth areC. have two to three hundred trees in their neighborhoodsD. can name some three-hundred-year-old-trees Question 32. According to the passage, approximately how old are the oldest living trees on Earth?A. Three hundred thousand years old B. Five hundred years oldC. Two hundred years old D. Five thousand years old Question 33. The word " venerable " in paragraph is closest in meaning to which of the following?A. unrecognizable B. incredible C. towering D. ancient Question 34. The author mentions the Egyptian pyramids as an example of something that is____.A. extremely tall B. believed to be strong C. known to be old D. far away Question 35. Which of the following is true about the bristlecone pine?A. It can be two to three hundred feet tall. B. It is never more than five meters in height.C. It is as tall as the great pyramids. D. It is short in comparison to many other trees. Question 36. The passage states that resin____.A. is found only in the bristlecone pine B. helps stop rot from startingC. assists the tree trunks to develop D. flows from the branches to the tree trunkTrang MÃ 149ỀRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate thecorrect answer to each of the questionsSaturn is huge more than 700 times the size of Earth. However, it's extremely light if you couldfind big enough ocean to put it in, it would float! That's because Saturn is mostly made of gases,including helium, the gases that make balloons float. But it's the rings around Saturn that give the planetits unique look. And for hundreds of years, it's those rings that people have found so attractive.At first, Saturn looks like it has just one large ring. However, it actually has seven major rings, andeach is made up of thousands of smaller ones. In total, the rings are more than 250,000 kilometers across -that's over two-thirds of the distance from Earth to our moon! In spite of this, the rings are quite thin. Infact, on average, they're less than 50 meters thick.From Earth, the rings look like they are solid, with clear edges. However, this is deceptive They areactually made from billions of particles of rock and ice. Some particles are as small as grain of sand.Others are the size of mountains.Scientists now know lot about Saturn, but it still holds many mysteries. Because of this, 17countries worked together to build spacecraft, called Cassini Launched in October 1997, Cassini startedsending information from Saturn to Earth in 2004. Its images and videos have been extremely valuable.For example, in 2008, scientists found evidence that one of Saturn's moons might contain basic life forms.All these years later, Cassini still sends daily information back to Earth. Using this data, scientistswill continue to make exciting new discoveries for many years to come.( From Reading Adventure 3) Question 37. According to the passage, which is NOT TRUE about Saturn?A. Saturn is huge but light planet. B. Saturn is 700 times the size of Earth.C. Saturn has large ocean, just like Earth. D. One of the things that make up Saturn is helium. Question 38. In total, Saturn has _____ ring(s).A. seven hundred B. thousands of C. thousand D. one Question 39. It can be inferred from the passage that_____A. Earth is bigger than Saturn.B. It is more than 250,000 kilometers from Earth to Earth's moon.C. What people have known about Saturn's rings is not true.D. There are mountains on Saturn's rings. Question 40. Why is Saturn unique planet in the Solar system?A. It has rings. B. It is mostly made of gases.C. It is huge planet. D. It looks like balloon. Question 41. As used in paragraph 3, the word deceptive can be replaced by______.A. unreliable B. illusive C. unbelievable D. dishonest Question 42. Which is NOT an example of the data that Cassini sends back to Earth?A. videos B. life forms C. pictures D. information Question 43. Which of the following is TRUE about Cassini spacecraft?A. Some of the videos from Cassini show life forms.B. Many countries had to work together to build Cassini because it was so expensive.C. Cassini has sent information about Saturn back to Earth since 1997.D. Cassini sends data everyday.Mark the letter A, B, or to indicate the most suitable response to each of the following exchanges. Question 44. Two guests who don't know each other well are at the same party.Guest 1: "Would you mind closing the window? It's quite cold here." Guest 2: "________."A. Yes, very soon B. Not at all C. Go ahead D. Yes, certainly Question 45. Two students are talking about gender equality.Duong: "From my point of view, husbands and wives should share the household chores equally."Mai: "__________________."A. There's no doubt about it B. It's breathtaking viewC. But you're right D. You lied to meTrang MÃ 149ỀMark the letter A, B, C, or to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of theprimary stress in each of the following questions. Question 46. A. between B. signal C. status D. entrance Question 47. A. eradicate B. politics C. photography D. musicianMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correcting Question 48. Beside the ages of nine and fifteen, almost all young people undergo rapid series of Dphysiological changes. Question 49. Not everyone realizes that the most largest organ of the human body is the skin.A Question 50. The governor, with his wife and children, are at home watching the election results on TV D___ THE END ___Trang MÃ 149Ề