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GIÁO VÀ ĐÀO NINHỞ ẮPHÒNG KH THÍ VÀ KI NH HU THI THPT QU GIA NĂM 2017 ỐMÔN: TI NG ANHẾTh gian làm bài: 60 phút (không th gian phát )ờ ề(50 câu tr nghi m)ắ ệ=============Mã thi: 110ềH tên thí sinh:..................................................................... SBD: ...........................................ọRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correctanswer to each of the following questions from to 8. Aspirin's origins go back at least as early as 1758. In that year, Englishman Edward Stone noticed adistinctive bitter flavor in the bark of the willow tree. To Stone, this particular bark seemed to have much in commonwith "Peruvian Bark", which had been used medicinally since the 1640s to bring down fevers and to treat malaria.Stone decided to test the effectiveness of the willow bark. He obtained some, pulverized it into tiny pieces, andconducted experiments on its properties His tests demonstrated that this pulverized willow bark was effective bothin reducing high temperatures and in relieving aches and pains. In 1763, Stone presented his findings to the BritishRoyal Society. Several decades later, further studies on the medicinal value of the willow bark were being conducted by twoItalian scientists. These chemists, Brugnatelli and Fontana, determined that the active chemical that was responsiblefor the medicinal characteristics in the willow bark was the chemical salicin, which is the active ingredient of today'saspirin.The name "aspirin" is the trade name of the drug based on the chemical salicin, properly known asacetylsalicylic acid. The trade name "aspirin" was invented for the drug in the 1890s by the Bayer Drug Company inGermany. The first bottles of aspirin actually went on sale to the public just prior to the turn of the century, in 1899.Question 1: The Italian chemists mentioned in the passage most probably conducted their studies on willow barkA. in the 1770s B. in the 1750s C. in the 1780s D. in the 1760sQuestion 2: The word " properties " in the first paragraph could best be replaced byA. body B. materials C. ownership D. characteristicsQuestion 3: The pronoun " it " in the first paragraph refers toA. malaria B. willow barkC. the British Royal Society D. effectivenessQuestion 4: It can be inferred from the passage that Peruvian BarkA. was ineffective in treating malaria.B. caused feversC. was described to the British Royal Society by Stone.D. was in use prior to aspirin.Question 5: The expression " prior to " in the last sentence could best be replaced byA. after B. at C. during D. beforeQuestion 6: What is TRUE about Brugnatelli and Fontana?A. They were from Italy.B. They conducted studies on the willow bark.C. They added chemical to the willow bark.D. They were medical doctors.Question 7: What did the willow bark look like after Stone prepared it for his experiments?A. It was rough powder. B. It was in large chunks.C. It was in strips of bark. D. It was thick liquid.Question 8: According to the passage, aspirin originatedA. no later than 1758. B. sometime after 1758.C. no earlier than 1758. D. definitely sometime in 1758.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in thepronunciation of the underlined part in each of the following questions from to 10.Question 9: A. marri ed B. approv ed C. express ed D. determin edQuestion 10: A. sh are B. are C. decl are D. are Trang Mã thi 110ềMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction in eachof the following questions from 11 to 13.Question 11: Mrs. Stevens, along with her cousins from New Mexico, are planning to attend the festivities. DQuestion 12: Most of the world's supply of dates comes from Iraq, that is rapidly becoming an Dimportant modern country.Question 13: Globally and internationally the 1990’s stood out as the warmest decade in the Chistory of weather records DMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair ofsentences in the following questions from 14 to 15.Question 14: Anne and Alex are very graceful dancers. Also, they have years of experience dancing together.A. Not only are Anne and Alex very graceful dancers but they also have years of experience dancing together as well.B. Not only are Anne and Alex very graceful dancers but they also have years of experience dancing together.C. Not only Anne and Alex are very graceful dancers and they also have years of experience dancing together.D. Not only Anne and Alex are very graceful dancers but they also have years of experience dancing together.Question 15: How lucky! You called me, because tried to call you few minutes ago and got busy signal.A. You luckily called me, so didn’t have to call you for few minutes because the signal was busy.B. was not lucky enough to call you few minutes ago because was busy.C. Luckily, you called me in time, for failed to call you few minutes ago.D. The busy signal prevented me from calling you few minutes ago, so please call me back.Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correctanswer to each of the following questions from 16 to 22.Alzheimer's disease impairs person's ability to recall memories, both distant and as recent as few hoursbefore. Although there is not yet cure for the illness, there may be hope for cure with protein called nervegrowth factor. The protein is produced by nerve cells in the same region of the brain where Alzheimer's occurs. Based on this relationship, scientists from the University of Lund in Sweden and the University of Californiaat San Diego designed an experiment to test whether doses of nerve growth factor could reverse the effects ofmemory loss caused by Alzheimer's. Using group of rats with impaired memory, the scientists gave half of the ratsdoses of nerve growth factor while giving the other half blood protein as placebo, thus creating control group. Atthe end of the four-week test, the rats given the nerve growth factor performed equally to rats with normal memoryabilities. While the experiments do not show that nerve growth factor can stop the general process of deteriorationcaused by Alzheimer's, they do show potential as means to slowing the process significantly.Question 16: With what topic is this passage mainly concerned?A. nerve growth factor as cure for Alzheimer'sB. cures for Alzheimer's diseaseC. impaired memory of patientsD. the use of rats as experimental subjectsQuestion 17: The word " impairs " in line is most similar to which of the following?A. affects B. diminishesC. enhances D. destroysQuestion 18: According to the passage, where is nerve growth factor produced in the body?A. in nerve cells in the spinal columnB. in red blood cells in the circulatory systemC. in the pituitary glandD. in nerve cells in the brainQuestion 19: Which of the following can be inferred from the passage?A. More work needs to be done to understand the effects of nerve growth factor.B. Though unsuccessful, the experiments did show some benefits derived from nerve growth factor.C. The experiments did not show any significant benefits from nerve growth factor.D. Alzheimer's disease is deadly.Question 20: The passage most closely resembles which of the following patterns of organization?A. alphabetical order B. statement and illustration Trang Mã thi 110ềC. cause and effect D. chronological orderQuestion 21: Which of the following could best replace the word " potential " in bold in paragraph 2?A. dependability B. creativity C. possibility D. capabilityQuestion 22: The relationship between nerve growth factor and protein is similar to the relationship betweenAlzheimer's and _______.A. forgetfulness B. cure C. cancer D. diseaseMark 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 from 23 to 24.Question 23: His short but pointed speech was applauded by all sections of the audience. A. praised B. disapproved C. welcomed D. misunderstoodQuestion 24: The teacher implied that we'd have pop quiz on Friday, but we won't know for certain until we get toclass.A. questioned B. asserted indirectlyC. suggested D. explained exactlyRead the following passage and then choose the most suitable word or phrase for each space from 25 to 29. Health experts suggest that (25) _____ healthy and happy, it’s important to keep our lives in balance. Chinesephilosophy, which has spanned thousands of years, uses the principles of yin and yang to explain the importance ofbalance in life. Explained simply, the Yang represents the active elements of the universe, whereas the Yinrepresents the passive ones. This expresses the importance of balance in (26) _____ of living. Today health expertsagree that it’s important to have balanced life. For example, they’ve said it’s necessary to have balance betweenwork and rest and to have balanced exercise program. (27) _____, I’m sure you’d agree that in our busy world, it’snot always easy to get and keep balance in our lives. Due to business or study deadlines, many people work to excess, leaving little time at the end of their busyday to spend with family and friends. They eat fast-food and don’t get enough rest or recreation and then suffer badlyfrom the effects of stress. It’s sad that this situation often happens when people believe that access to (28) _____ isthe answer to happiness instead of understanding the importance of balanced living. While ambition can be good thing, having too much ambition can cause person to become “out ofbalance”. Of course, it’s also unbalanced to spend too much time on entertainment and pleasure activities, with littleor no time (29) _____ to work or education. Balance means allocating enough time for all the important aspects oflife, such as spending time with family and friends, working or studying, as well as resting and relaxing.Question 25: A. to stay B. to protect C. to look D. to preserveQuestion 26: A. all aspects B. all areas C. all angles D. every fieldQuestion 27: A. Simultaneously B. On the contrary C. Consequently D. HoweverQuestion 28: A. wealth B. rich C. properties D. have moneyQuestion 29: A. used B. spent C. allocated D. givingMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the followingquestions from 30 to 41.Question 30: They _______ for hours when the storm suddenly broke.A. had been running B. are runningC. will be running D. have been runningQuestion 31: Over ____ past few decades, _____ schools in the USA have been testing various arrangements.A. B. the C. the D. the ØQuestion 32: The larger the city, _________ the crime rate.A. the higher B. highest C. higher D. the highestQuestion 33: He asked me _________ .A. How long you have studied English B. How long had you studied EnglishC. How long you had study English D. How long you had studied EnglishQuestion 34: They _______ time and money doing such thing.A. were advised not to be wasted B. were advising not to wasteC. were advising not to be wasted D. were advised not to wasteQuestion 35: John: Where is Jimmy? Mary: He is ____ work. He is busy ____ his monthly report.A. at with B. in about C. on for D. to throughQuestion 36: The control of _______ has been carried out through measures rooted in monetarism.A. inflationist B. inflator C. inflation D. inflate Trang Mã thi 110ềQuestion 37: Most doctors and nurses have to work on _______ once or twice week at the hospital.A. night shift B. solution C. special dishes D. household choresQuestion 38: Some researchers have just _____ survey of young people's points of view on contractual marriage.A. directed B. sent C. conducted D. managedQuestion 39: John: What are the _______ of that country? Mary: think it is some kinds of cheese and sauces.A. drinks B. special dishes C. beverages D. grainsQuestion 40: When the tenants failed to pay their bill, the authorities decided to _____ the gas supply to the flat.A. cut out B. cut up C. cut off D. cut downQuestion 41: He fell ________ his best friend over girl they both liked.A. over B. out with C. down offMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST in meaningto the underlined part in each of the following questions from 42 to 43.Question 42: When you cross the street, be careful and be on the alert for the bus.A. watch out for B. search for C. watch for D. look forQuestion 43: Since the research studies have shown relationship between cancer and cigarette smoking manypeople have cutdown .A. become frightened B. decreased the number of cigarettesC. ceased smoking D. gotten sickMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in theposition of the primary stress in each of the following questions from 44 to 45.Question 44: A. social B. noisy C. party D. politeQuestion 45: A. obedient B. family C. whenever D. solutionMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to each of thefollowing exchanges from 46 to 47.Question 46: Mary: Would you like to have get-together with us next weekend? Mickey: _________.A. Yes, let’s B. No, wouldn’t C. Yes, I’d love to D. No, won’tQuestion 47: Mary: Thank you for taking the time to come here in person. Mickey: _______A. Do you have time for some gossip?B. don’t know what time that person comes.C. It’s my pleasure.D. I’d love to come. What time?Mark the letter A, B, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to eachof the following questions from 48 to 50.uestion 48: As soon as he waved his hand, she turned away.A. She turned away because he waved his hand too early.B. No sooner had he waved his hand than she turned away.C. He saw her turn away and he waved his hand.D. Although she turned away, he waved his hand.Question 49: had two job offers upon graduation, neither of which was appropriate for my qualifications.A. The two jobs offered to me after my graduation didn’t suit my qualifications.B. was offered two jobs soon after my graduation, both of which were suitable for my qualifications.C. Though wasn't qualified enough, two jobs were offered to me upon graduation.D. Both of the job offers had prior to my graduation were appropriate for my qualifications.Question 50: It’s difficult for me to understand what he implies.A. What he implies is not very difficult to understand.B. find it difficult to understand what he really means.C. To understand what he really means is difficult to find.D. Understanding what he implies is found difficult.---------------------------------------------------------- THE END ---------- Trang Mã thi 110ề