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Page of 14Doc24.vnQUANG TRI DEPARTMENT OFEDUCATION TRAININGDONG HA HIGH SCHOOLAcademic Year: 2014-2015 THE STATE’S HIGH SCHOOLGRADUATION EXAMINATION MOCKTEST No.2Allotted time: 90 minutesCandidate Full Name: ………………………………………………………… CandidateNo. ………PART MULTIPLE CHOICE (0.125 64 8.0p)Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the wordwhose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation ineach of the following questions. 1. A. Brea th ing B. th ane C. Th ank D. Heal th y2. A. Sch oo B. Bl oo C. Ch oo se D. Bamb ooMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the wordthat differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress ineach of the following questions. 3. A. Charity B. Helicopter C. Enthusiasm D. Operate4. A. Corporation B. Unexpected C. Centenarian D. Authority 5. A. Acquaintance B. Attraction C. Suspicion D. InfluenceMark the letter A, B, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correctanswer to each of the following questions.6. By the time _____ to bed last night, _____ my homework.A. went have already finished B. had gone already finishedC. went had already finished D. was going were already finishing7. In an _____ to diffuse the tension, suggest that we break off for lunch.A. attempt B. advance C. effort D. ability 8. Electric lights are _____, clean, and give more light than gas.A. economy B. economical C. economic D. economics9. The survey was to find out the young people’s attitudes _____ love.A. towards B. above C. beneath D. with10. Peter: “I thought your game was much better last night.” –Dave: “You’ve got to be kidding! _____!A. myself like it very much B. thought it was terrible C. I’m sure you enjoy it D. suppose itwas not bad11. _____ her hard work, she could not have passed the exam.Page of 14Doc24.vnA. Due to B. Because C. Though D. Had it notbeen for12. _____ handball is fast becoming _____ popular sportworldwide.A. The the B. C. D. the13. It is our responsibility to contribute to _____ our own lives.A. growing B. heightening C. bettering D. increasing14. He was not prepared for the test; _____, he managed topass it.A. however B. therefore C. so D. but15. Early morning parties were held across the city to markthe _____ event. A. historical B. history C. historian D. historic16. She suggested that we _____ at the restaurant in the HiltonGarden Inn for change of venue. A. could meet B. meet C. will meet D. met17. Michael could hardly wait to _____ his new bike.A. sit down B. turn back C. try out D. put on18. There _____ two stone lions at the gate of that old house.Isn’t that right?A. used to be B. used to C. were used to D. being used19. My father and his teacher talked lot about the things andpersons _____ they could remember. A. who B. which C. what D. that20. am 17 years old now. wish my parents wouldn't treatme as if _____ child. A. was B. were C. am D. have been21. Mr. Li made up his mind to devote all he could _____ hisoral English before going abroad. A. improve B. to improve C. improving D. to improving22. Mai: “Our living standards have been improved greatly” –Susan: “_____.”A. Thank you for saying so B. Sure. couldn’t agree moreC. No, it’s nice to say so D. Yes, it’s nice ofyou to say soMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correctanswer to each of the following questions. 23. Tommy was one _____. A. of the happiest children in the class B. of the happiest child in the classPage of 14Doc24.vnC. child who was happiest of all the class D. happy childrenof his class24. _____ falls on the 2nd of September. A. Vietnam's Independent Day B. The day of the Vietnamese independence C. Vietnam's Independence Day D. Vietnamese's Independence Day25. George knew _____ improve his test scores, but he did nothave enough time to study. A. what to B. how he could C. how that D. how could heMark the letter A, B, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s)OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the followingquestions. 26. Fruit and vegetables grew in abundance on the island.The islanders even exported the surplus. large quantity excess small quantity sufficiency27. She decided to remain celibate and devote her life tohelping the homeless and orphans. married divorced separated singleMark the letter A, B, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s)SIMILAR in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the followingquestions. 28. could see the finish line and thought was home anddry .A hopeless hopeful unsuccessful successful 29. You will need sound understanding of basic teachingskills if you want to enter the classroom with great confidence.A sufficient defective .inadequate thorough.30. We spent the entire day looking for new apartment.A the long day all day long all long day day after dayMark the letter A, or on your answer sheet to indicate theunderlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions. 31. If knew you were coming, would have met you at theairport. D32. enjoyed talking to the people with that met at the partylast night. D33. Despite of the fact that washed my hands, they still lookdirty .Page of 14Doc24.vn D34. In my opinion, he maybe elected because he is honest,knowledgeable and competent. DRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on youranswer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each ofthe numbered blanks. MUSIC UNIVERSAL LANGUAGEMusic is universal it is produced by all cultures. Some scientists believe thatmusic came before speech and (35) _____ as development of mating calls. In fact,there is one theory that the (36) _____ languages were chanted or sung ratherthan spoken. Indeed, in some cultures, music is form of (37) _____ history. TheAboriginal Australians, for example, use music as means to pass on stories of theland and spirits to the next (38) _____. New evidence suggests that music does not just (39) _____ the feel-good factorbut it is also good for the brain. study of intellectually disabled children showedthat they could recall more (40) _____ after it was given to them in song thanafter it was read to them as story. Researchers also report that people score better on standard intelligence(41) _____ after listening to Mozart. The so–called 'Mozart effect', has also been(42) _____ by findings that rats brought up on Mozart run faster through acomplex network of paths or passages, (43) _____ as maze. Overall, it seems thatin most instances people who suffer from any form of mental (44) _____ benefitfrom listening to music. 35. A. was B. swelled C. arose D. reacted36. A. simplest B. newest C. easiest D. earliest 37. A. enjoying B. making C. recording D. stating38. A. children B. people C. tribe D. generation39. A. convince B. satisfy C. please D. prefer40. A. information B. knowledge C. memory D. facts41. A. form B. scheme C. demonstration D. test42. A. supported B. given C. marked D. remembered43. A. called B. heard C. regarded D. known44. A. badness B. hurt C. illness D. painRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, or on youranswer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from45 to 54.Cities develop as result of functions that they can perform. Some functionsresult directly from the ingenuity of the citizenry, but most functions result fromthe needs of the local area and of the surrounding hinterland (the region thatsupplies goods to the city and to which the city furnishes services and othergoods). Geographers often make distinction between the situation and the siteof city. Situation refers to the general position in relation to the surroundingPage of 14Doc24.vnregion, whereas site involves physical characteristics of the specific location.Situation is normally much more important to the continuing prosperity of city.If city is well situated in regard to its hinterland, its development is much morelikely to continue. Chicago, for example, possesses an almost unparalleledsituation: it is located at the southern end of huge lake that forces east-westtransportation lines to be compressed into its vicinity, and at meeting ofsignificant land and water transport routes. It also overlooks what is one of theworld’s finest large farming regions. These factors ensured that Chicago wouldbecome great city regardless of the disadvantageous characteristics of theavailable site, such as being prone to flooding during thunderstorm activity. Similarly, it can be argued that much of New York City’s importance stemsfrom its early and continuing advantage of situation. Philadelphia and Boston bothoriginated at about the same time as New York and shared New York’s location atthe western end of one of the world’s most important oceanic trade routes, butonly New York possesses an easy-access functional connection (the Hudson-Mohawk Lowland) to the vast Midwestern Hinterland. This account does not aloneexplain New York’s primacy, but it does include several important factors. Amongthe many aspects of situation that help to explain why some cities grow andothers do not, original location on navigable waterway seems particularlyapplicable. Of course, such characteristic as slope, drainage, power resources,river crossings, coastal shapes, and other physical characteristics help todetermine city location, but such factors are normally more significant in earlystages of city development than later. 35. What does the passage mainly discuss? A. The development of trade routes through United States cities. B. Contrasts in settlement patterns in United States. C. Historical differences among three large United States cities. D. The importance of geographical situation in the growth of United Statescities.36. The word ingenuity in paragraph is closest inmeaning to _____.A. wealth B. resourcefulness C. traditions D. organization 37. According to the passage, city’s situation is moreimportant than its site in regard to the city’s ____. A. long-term growth and prosperity B. ability to protect its citizenry C. possession of favorable weather conditions D. need to importfood supplies 38. The author mentions each of the following as an advantageof Chicago’s location EXCEPT its ____. A. hinterland B. nearness to large lakeC. flat terrain D. position in regard to transportroutes 39. The word characteristics in paragraph is closest inmeaning to _____.A. choices B. attitudes C. qualities D. inhabitantsPage of 14Doc24.vn40. The primary purpose of paragraph is to _____.A. summarize past research and introduce new study B. describe historical period C. emphasize the advantages of one theory over another D. define term and illustrate it with an example 41. According to the passage, Philadelphia and Boston aresimilar to New York City in _____.A. size of population B. age C. site D. availability of rail transportation 42. The word functional in paragraph is closest inmeaning to _____.A. usable B. unknown C. original D. alternate43. The word it in paragraph refers to _____. A. account B. primacy C. connection D. hinterland 44. The word significant in paragraph is closest inmeaning to _____.A. threatening B. meaningful C. obvious D. available Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, or on youranswer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from55 to 64.We believe the Earth is about 4.6 billion years old. At present we are forced tolook to other bodies in the solar system for hints as to what the early history ofthe Earth was like. Studies of our moon, Mercury, Mars, and the large satellites of Jupiter andSaturn have provided ample evidence that all these large celestial bodies werebombarded by smaller objects in wide variety of sizes shortly after the largerbodies had formed. This same bombardment must have affected Earth as well.The lunar record indicates that the rate of impacts decreased to its present lowlevel about billion years ago. On Earth, subsequent erosion and crustal motionshave obliterated the craters that must have formed during this epoch. Scientists estimate the Earth's age by measuring the ratios of variousradioactive elements in rocks. The oldest Earth rocks tested thus far are about 31/3 billion years old. But no one knows whether these are the oldest rocks onEarth. Tests on rocks from the moon and on meteorites show that these are about4.6 billion years old. Scientists believe that this is the true age of the solar systemand probably the true age of the Earth45. In paragraph 2, the word " obliterated " means _____.A. created B. destroyed C. changed D. eroded46. According to this passage, how do scientists estimate theage of the Earth?A. By measuring the ratios of radioactive elements in rocks.B. By examining fossils.Page of 14Doc24.vnC. By studying sunspots.D. By examining volcanic activity.47. Scientists estimate the age of the Earth as_____.A. 1/3 billion years old B. billion years old C. 4.6 billionyears old D. billion years old48. Which of the following processes led to the obliteration ofthe craters formed by the bombardment of the Earth by celestial bodies?A. Volcanic activity. B. Solar radiation. C. Gravity. D. Crustalmotions.49. According to the passage, why are scientists forced to lookat other bodies in the solar system to determine the early history of the Earth?A. Human alteration of the Earth. B. Erosion and crustal motions.C. Solar flares. D. Deforestation.50. What is the BEST title for this passage?A. "Determining the Age of the Earth" B. "Determining the Age of the SolarSystem"C. "Erosion and Crustal Motion of Earth" D. "Radioactive Elements in Rocks"51. Which of the following bodies was NOT studied to giveevidence that the Earth was bombarded in its early history?A. Mars. B. Mercury. C. Jupiter. D. Earth's moon.52. Bombardment of the Earth at one time by various sizedbodies is _____.A. inferred from what happened on other planetary bodiesB. documented factC. proven by the lunar recordD. indicated by erosion53. The level of impacts of the bombardments of Earth has_____.A. decreased to below normal B. increased to current highC. increased after periodic low D. decreased to current low54. In paragraph 2, the word " bombardment " means _____.A. an avoidance B. an assault C. an effect D. causePART WRITING TASK (2.0p)Part I. Finish each of the following sentences in such way that it meansthe same as the sentence printed before it. (0.5p)1. The death of over fifty people was caused by the storm. The storm resulted ................................................................................................Page of 14Doc24.vn2. It wasn’t nice of you not to invite me to your party. might ...................................................................................................................3. Gmail accounts are generally better than other email services. Other email services are generally .......................................................................4. had no sooner closed the door than somebody knocked. Hardly ...................................................................................................................5. People believe that the Chinese invented paper in 105 A.D. Paper ....................................................................................................................Part II. You should spend about 30 minutes on this task. (1.5p)Write about the following topic:Some universities require students to take the entrance examination withthe English subject. Other universities do not. Which is better? Usespecific reasons and examples to support your answer.Write at least 140 words.---------- THE END ----------QUANG TRI DEPARTMENT OFEDUCATION TRAININGDONG HA HIGH SCHOOLAcademic Year: 2014-2015 THE STATE’S HIGH SCHOOLGRADUATION EXAMINATION MOCKTEST No.2Allotted time: 90 minutesKEY ANSWERPART MULTIPLE CHOICE (0.125 64 8.0p)Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the wordwhose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation ineach of the following questions. 1. A. Brea th ing 2. B. Bl oo dMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the wordthat differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress ineach of the following questions. 3. C. Enthusiasm 4. D. Authority 5. D. InfluencePage of 14Doc24.vnMark the letter A, B, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correctanswer to each of the following questions. (6-24)6. C. By the time went to bed last night, had already finished my homework.7. A. In an attempt to diffuse the tension, suggest that we break off for lunch.8. B. Electric lights are economical clean, and give more light than gas.9. A. The survey was to find out the young people’s attitudes towards love.10. B. Peter: “I thought your game was much better lastnight.” Dave: “You’ve got to be kidding! thought it was terrible! ”11. D. Had it not been for her hard work, she could not havepassed the exam.12. C. handball is fast becoming popular sport worldwide.13. C. It is our responsibility to contribute to bettering ourown lives.14. A. He was not prepared for the test; however hemanaged to pass it.15. D. Early morning parties were held across the city to markthe historic event. 16. B. She suggested that we meet at the restaurant in theHilton Garden Inn for change of venue. 17. C. Michael could hardly wait to try out his new bike.18. A. There two stone lions at the gate of that old house. Isn’tthat right?19. D. My father and his teacher talked lot about the thingsand persons that they could remember. 20. B. am 17 years old now. wish my parents wouldn't treatme as if were child. 21. D. Mr. Li made up his mind to devote all he could toimproving his oral English before going abroad. 22. B. Mai: “Our living standards have been improved greatly”– Susan: Sure. couldn’t agree more .”Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correctanswer to each of the following questions. 23. A. Tommy was one of the happiest children in the class. 24. C. Vietnam's Independence Day falls on the 2nd ofSeptember. 25. B. George knew how he could improve his test scores,but he did not have enough time to study.Page 10 of 14Doc24.vnMark the letter A, B, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s)OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the followingquestions. 26. Fruit and vegetables grew in abundance (>< smallquantity) on the island. The islanders even exported the surplus. 27. She decided to remain celibate (>< married) anddevote her life to helping the homeless and orphans. Mark the letter A, B, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s)SIMILAR in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the followingquestions. 28. could see the finish line and thought was home anddry (= successful) 29. You will need sound (= thorough) understanding ofbasic teaching skills if you want to enter the classroom with great confidence.30. We spent the entire day (= all day long) looking for anew apartment.Mark the letter A, or on your answer sheet to indicate theunderlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions. 31. A. If knew you were coming, would have met you at theairport. had known)32. C. enjoyed talking to the people with that met at theparty last night. whom)33. A. Despite of the fact that washed my hands, they stilllook dirty Despite/ In spite of)34. B. In my opinion, he maybe elected because he is honest,knowledgeable and competent. may be)Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on youranswer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each ofthe numbered blanks. (35-44)MUSIC UNIVERSAL LANGUAGEMusic is universal it is produced by all cultures. Some scientists believe thatmusic came before speech and 35. arose as development of mating calls. Infact, there is one theory that the 36. earliest languages were chanted or sungrather than spoken. Indeed, in some cultures, music is form of 37. )recording history. The Aboriginal Australians, for example, use music as meansto pass on stories of the land and spirits to the next 38. generation New evidence suggests that music does not just 39. satisfy the feel-goodfactor but it is also good for the brain. study of intellectually disabled childrenshowed that they could recall more 40. information after it was given tothem in song than after it was read to them as story.