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UBND NH NINHỈ ẮS GIÁO VÀ ĐÀO OỞ Ạ(Đ thi có 08 trang)ề THI CH SINH GI NHỀ ỈNĂM 2017 2018ỌMôn thi: Ti ng Anh 12 THPTế ớTh gian làm bài: 180 phút (không th gian giao )ể ề(Chú ý: Thí sinh làm bài ra gi thi.)ờ ấSECTION ONE: LISTENING (4.0 POINTS)H ng ph thi nghe: ướ dung thi nghe ph n. Thí sinh nghe ph nộ ượ ầ02 liên ti p. và thúc ph nghe có tín hi nh c. Th gian bài cầ ượm nh trong đĩa CD.ặ Part 1: Listen and complete the form below. (1.6 pt)Write NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS AND/OR NUMBER for each answer.PACKHAM’S SHIPPING AGENCY customer quotation form Example Country of destination: KenyaSize of container:Length: 1.5m Width: 4.) …….………… Height: 5.) …………..………Contents: clothes .) ………….………….…… 7.) .. ……………………..Total estimated value: .) £…………..………Part 2: Listen to student, Marcel, discussing accommodation with the accommodationofficer at university. Choose the correct answer. (1.2 pt)1. Students should arrange their accommodation for September in _______. A. January B. March C. May Now it is _______.A. January B. March C. May 3. Marcel cannot stay in university hall in September because _______.A. it is too expensive for him B. he will be second -year studentC. there aren’t any places left. 4. Marcel dislikes the room on Old Road because_______.A. there are already too many students in itB. it only has one bathroomC. it is far from the university 5. The accommodation on Edward Street _______.A. is small, but cheapB. has its own private bathroomC. has kitchen and living room 6. What will Marcel probably do next?Page of 8Đ CHÍNH TH CỀ ỨA. look for accommodation online. B. take the room on Old Road. C. talk to his friends about sharing house. Part 3: Listen and decide whether the statements are TRUE (T) or FALSE (F) (1.2 pt) F1.A Her next-door neighbour also worked with her mum.2.A Her next-door neighbour has healthier lifestyle now.3.B He didn’t see his brother after he went to university.4.B He supports the same football team as his brother.5.C She and her friend argued about boy.6.C She is going to go to the same university as her friend.SECTION TWO GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY (6.0 POINTS)Part 1: Choose the best answer A, B, or in each sentence to complete it. (2.5 pts)1. In this assignment, we will _______ your work and then give you detailed feedback on how to improve your writing.A. assess B. judge C. measure D. test2. The thought of living in another country has never _______ my mind. A. crossed B. had C. occurred to D. come3. From the _______ expression on his mother’s face, Roy realized that he wouldn’t be able topersuade her.A. tall B. firm C. weak D. hasty4. To promote him so quickly, you must have very high _______ of his ability.A. opinion B. view C. idea D. feeling5. Peter: “Eric is really upset about losing his job.” John: Well, _______once myself, can understand.”A. Fired B. Having fired C. Being fired D. Having been fired 6. give you the phone number of my hotel so that you can reach me if anything happens._______ anything happen, want you lo look after my children.A. Can B. Migh C. Should D. Will 7. just couldn’t remember her name though it was on the _______ of my tongue.A. top B. edge C. tip D. front8. Hoa: “Are you going to buy new computer or just continue using the old one?” Mary: _______ ”A. Yes, am. B. Yes, I’d like one. Thank you. C. That’s impossible. can’t afford new one. D. Neither. I’m going to lease one.9. She often appears not to care about her work, but appearances can be _______ .A. cunning B. deceitful C. deceptive D. insincere10. The sunset is so beautiful that it takes our _______ away.A. breath B. head C. mind D. soul11. ______ handicapped and ______ disabled should be helped to overcome obstacles in______ life.A. the B. The the the C. The the D. The Ø12. When James came home at three in the morning, his father hit the _______ .A. door B. chair C. table D. ceiling13. Mary: am sorry. broke the vase”. John: _______ ”Page of 8A. OK. Go ahead. B. Don’t worry. Things break. C. Yes, certainly. D. I’d rather not.14. My parents lent me the money. _______ couldn’t have afforded the trip.A. However B. Therefore C. Only if D. Otherwise15. haven’t got the time to do my own work, _______ help you with yours. A. leaving aside B. not counting C. let alone D. apart from16. His brother refuses to even listen to anyone else’s point of view. He is very _______ A. open-minded B. kind-hearted C. narrow-minded D. absent-minded17. There is _______ in my bedroom. A. square wooden old table B. an old square wooden table C. wooden old square table D. an old wooden square table18. One’s fingerprints are _______ other person. A. different from B. different from any C. differ from any D. different from those of any19. He is very happy because he passed his exam with _______ colours. A. flying B. failing C. imagining D. changing20. Only the _______ of the building is going to be remodeled.A. insides B. indoors C. inner D. interior21. _______ I'd like to help you out, I'm afraid just haven't got any spare money at themoment.A. Much as B. Try as C. Even D. Despite22. We've been together through _______ in our friendship, and we won't desert each othernow. A. bad and good B. thick and thin C. odds and ends D. spick and span23. _______ saying was so important that asked everyone to stop talking and listen.A. What the woman was B. That the woman wasC. The woman was D. When was the woman24. The government must _______ strong measures against crime.A. be seen be taking B. see to be takingC. be seen to be taking D. seen to take25. am too busy to go to their house for dinner tonight, so will call them and tell little_______ lie about having flu.A. red B. white C. blue D. blackPart 2: Put the verbs given in brackets into the appropriate tenses or forms. (1.0 pt)1. This is an awful hotel. wish we (go) __________ to The Grand instead.2. My suggestion is that your brother (see) __________ the dentist.3. Please wait minute! My boss is busy (write) __________ something.4. Nowadays children would prefer history (teach) __________ in more practical ways.5. Peter painted the room black. It looks dark and dreary. He (choose) __________ differentcolour.Part 3: Complete each of the following sentences with one of the phrasal verbs given in the box. Each phrasalverb is used only ONCE. Make any necessary changes. (0.5 pt)call for go up come off make up for set up put up take up1. The hotels were all full so we offered to ______Carla ______ for the night. 2. It is interesting to ______ new hobby such as collecting stamps or going fishing.3. How are they going to ______ the time they wasted playing cards in the barracks? Page of 84. Stop wasting your time. The whole situation ______ an immediate response that could bringmore decisive effects. 5. An enquiry was ______ into the use of chemicals in farming.Part 4: Give the correct form the word provided to fill each gap. (1.0 pt)1. Her health has ____________ bad considerably since we last saw her.2. lot of plants and animals could be used as medicines against cancer, AIDS, heart diseasesand other ____________ sick ).3. Kapo, the gorilla was born and bred in ____________ captive 4. We found it ____________ thrill to your wonderful news. 5. Various ____________ practice by police officers were brought to light by the enquiry. 6. The successful candidate will have superb ____________ lead skills. 7. Nowadays only ____________ hand of wild crocodiles remain here.8. She may look fierce but the lioness has ____________ mother instincts like any otherfemale animal. 9. Jim is one of the most ____________ speak members of the committee. 10. The people possess ____________ violate rights. Part 5: Read the passage below which contains 10 mistakes. Identify the mistakes andcorrect them. (1.0 pt) Example (0) Line 1: wrongly wrongLINE TEXT123456789101112 Things started to go wrongly as soon as we got to the hotel. We were allcompletely exhausted after our long journey and looking forward to shower anda rest. However, we found that our room has not ready, which was very annoyed,although the manager was extremely apologetic. While we were waiting, weasked about the excursions to places of an interest which we had read about inbrochure. Imagine how we felt when we were told they had all cancelled!Apparently, the person responsible for organize them had left suddenly and hadnot been replaced. Then Sally saw notice pinning to the door of the restaurant,saying it has closed for decoration, and Peter discovered that the swimming poolwas empty. When we eventually got to our room we were horrified to find that itwas at the back of the hotel, and we had view of car park, which seemed tobe used like rubbish dump. We seriously began to wonder whether or not tostay.SECTION THREE: READING (5.0 POINTS)Part 1: Read the following passage and decide which answer (A, B, C, or D) best fits eachgap. (1.0 pt)Ask most people for their Top Ten fears, and you’ll be sure to find being burgled fairlyhigh on the (1.) ___________ An informal survey carried out among friends at party lastweek revealed that eight of them had had their homes broken into more than twice, and two hadbeen burgled five times. To put the record (2.) ___________, none of my friends owns valuablepaintings or sideboard full of family silverware. Three of them are students, in fact. The mosttypical burglary, it seems, (3.) ___________ the theft of easily transportable items- thetelevision, the video, even food from the freezer. This may have something to do with the factthat the (4.) ___________ burglar is in his (or her) late teens, and probably wouldn’t know whatto do with Picasso, (5) ___________ selling walkman or vacuum cleaner is much easierPage of 8(6.) ___________. They are perhaps not so much professional criminals, as hard-up youngpeople who need few pounds and some excitement. Not that this makes having your house(7.) ___________ upside down and your favourite things stolen any easier to accept. In most(8.) ___________, the police have no luck recovering any of the stolen goods. Unless there isdefinite evidence, they are probably unable to do anything at all. And alarms or special locksdon’t (9.) ___________ to help either. The only advice my friends could come up with was“Never live on the ground floor” and “Keep two or three very fierce dogs”, which reminded meof case read about, where the burglars’ (10.) ___________ included the family’s pet poodle. 1. A. rank B. rating C. grade D. list2. A. straight B. right C. correct D. steady3. A. means B. involves C. affects D. covers4. A. common B. medium C. average D. middle5. A. whereas B. as yet C. much as D. as soon as6. A. concern B. event C. situation D. matter7. A. put B. turned C. stood D. pulled8. A. examples B. cases C. items D. occasions9. A. sound B. look C. show D. seem10. A. takings B. profit C. loot D. receipts Part 2: Read the text below and fill in the gap with the most suitable word. (1.0 pt)SEASIDE HOLIDAYS IN BRITAINBritish families started going on holiday to the seaside around the middle of the 19 thcentury. The (1)________ of the railways made this possible. The first holidaymakers werequite rich and went for their health and education. The seaside was good place for patients to(2)________ their illness, and doctors recommended bathing in the sea and drinking sea water.Also to (3)________ their knowledge, families attended concerts and read books from thelibrary. At that time, ordinary working people had very little time (4)________ work. However,in 1871, the government (5)________ four “Bank Holidays” national holiday days. Thisallowed people to have day or two out, which gave them taste for leisure at the seaside. Atfirst, they went on day-trips, taking (6)________ of special cheap tickets on the railways. By the 1880s, rising incomes meant that many ordinary workers and their families couldhave week’s holiday at the seaside. Rail fares were reduced and cheap hotels were built to(7)________ them. Holidaymakers enjoyed (8)________ idle sitting on the beach, bathing inthe sea, and eating ice-cream. Cheap entertainment was (9)________ offer and holidaymakerswent to have fun. Today, the English seaside (10)________ popular, with more than 18 million holidaystaken there each year. Part 3: Read the passage and choose the correct answer for the following questions (1.0 pt)No educational medium better serves as means of spatial communication than theatlas. Atlases deal with such invaluable information as population distribution and density.One of the best, Pennycooke's World Atlas, has been widely accepted as standard owing tothe quality of its maps and photographs, which not only show various settlements but alsoportray them in variety of scales. In fact, the very first map in the atlas is cleverly designedpopulation cartogram that projects the size of each country if geographical size wereproportional to population. Following the proportional layout sequence of smaller mapsshows the world's population density, each country's birth and death rates, population increaseor decrease, industrialization, urbanization, gross national product in terms of per capitaincome, the quality of medical care, literacy, and language. To give readers perspective onhow their own country fits in with the global view, additional projections depict the world'sPage of 8patterns in nutrition, calorie and protein consumption, health care, number of physicians perunit of population, and life expectancy by region. Population density maps on subcontinentalscale, as well as political maps, convey the diverse demographic phenomena of the world in abroad array of scales.1. What is the main topic of this passage?A. The educational benefits of atlases B. Physical maps in an atlasC. The ideal in the making of atlases D. Partial maps and their uses2. According to the passage, the first map in Pennycooke's World Atlas shows _______.A. the population policy in each country B. the hypothetical sizes of each countryC. geographical proportions of each country D. national boundaries relative to population3. Which of the following sentences is TRUE about the atlas?A. country's population growth is presented clearly in the very first map in the atlas.B. The atlas isn't as good as other educational medium in term of spatial communication.C. The atlas provides readers with not only each country's life expectancy by religion butalso its language and literacy.D. The atlas deals with such worthless information as population distribution and density.4. The word invaluable” in the passage is closest in meaning to _______.A. worthless B. valueless C. priceless D. useless5. The word cleverly” in the passage is closest in meaning to _______.A. clearly B. immaculately C. intelligently D. accurately6. Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the passage?A. Calorie consumption B. Currency exchange ratesC. level of educations D. Population decline7. The word layout” in the passage refers to _______.A. the cartogram B. the geographical sizeC. population D. each country8. It can be inferred from the passage that maps can be used to _______.A. pinpoint ethnic strife in each countryB. identify shortage of qualified labourC. give readers new perspective in their own countryD. show readers photographs in new form9. The author of the passage implies that _______.A. atlases provide bird's eye view of countriesB. maps use variety of scales in each projectionC. maps of countries differ in sizeD. atlases can be versatile instrument10. The word convey in the passage is closest meaning to _______.A. devise B. conjure up C. demonstrate D. indicatePart 4: Read the passage and choose the best answer A, B, or to each the questions(2.0 pts)Large animals that inhabit the desert have evolved number of adaptations for reducingthe effects of extreme heat. One adaptation is to be light in color, and to reflect rather thanabsorb the Sun's rays. Desert mammals also depart from the normal mammalian practice ofmaintaining constant body temperature. Instead of trying to keep down the body temperaturedeep inside the body, which would involve the expenditure of water and energy, desertmammals allow their temperatures to rise to what would normally be fever height, andtemperatures as high as 46 degrees Celsius have been measured in Grant's gazelles. Theoverheated body then cools down during the cold desert night, and indeed the temperature mayPage of 8fall unusually low by dawn, as low as 34 degrees Celsius in the camel. This is an advantagesince the heat of the first few hours of daylight is absorbed in warming up the body, and anexcessive buildup of heat does not begin until well into the day.Another strategy of large desert animals is to tolerate the loss of body water to pointthat would be fatal for non-adapted animals. The camel can lose up to 30 percent of its bodyweight as water without harm to itself, whereas human beings die after losing only 12 to 13percent of their body weight. An equally important adaptation is the ability to replenish thiswater loss at one drink. Desert animals can drink prodigious volumes in short time, andcamels have been known to imbibe over 100 liters in few minutes. very dehydrated person,on the other hand, cannot drink enough water to dehydrate at one session, because the humanstomach is not sufficiently big and because too rapid dilution of the body fluids causes deathfrom water intoxication.The tolerance of water loss is of obvious advantage in the desert, as animals do not haveto remain near water hole but can obtain food from grazing sparse and far-flung pastures.Desert-adapted mammals have the further ability to feed normally when extremely dehydrated,it is common experience in people that appetite is lost even under conditions of moderatethirst.1. What is the main topic of the passage?A. Weather variations in the desert B. Adaptations of desert animalsC. Diseased of desert animals D. Human use of desert animals.2. According to the passage, why is light coloring an advantage to large desert animals?A. It helps them hide from predators.B. It does not absorb sunlight as much as dark colors.C. It helps them see their young at nightD. It keeps them cool at night.3. The word " maintaining " in paragraph is closest in meaning to ___________. A. measuring B. inheriting C. preserving D. delaying4. The author uses of Grant's gazelle as an example of ___________.A. an animal with low average temperatureB. an animal that is not as well adapted as the camelC. desert animal that can withstand high body temperaturesD. desert animal with constant body temperature5. When is the internal temperature of large desert mammal lower?A. Just before sunrise B. In the middle of the dayC. Just after sunset D. Just after drinking6. The word " tolerate " in paragraph is closest in meaning to ___________.A. endure B. replace C. compensate D. reduce7. What causes water intoxication?A. Drinking too much water very quickly B. Drinking polluted waterC. Bacteria in water D. Lack of water.8. What does the author imply about desert-adapted mammals?A. They do not need to eat much food. B. They can eat large quantities quicklyC. They easily lose their appetites. D. They can travel long distances looking for food.9. Why does the author mention humans in the second paragraph?A. To show how they use camels. B. To contrast them to desert mammals.C. To give instructions about desert survival.D. To show how they have adapted to desert life.10. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as an adaptation of large desert animals?A. Variation in body temperatures B. Eating while dehydratedPage of 8C. Drinking water quickly D. Being active at night.SECTION FOUR: WRITING (5.0 POINTS)Part 1: Rewrite each of the following sentences so that it has the same meaning as theoriginal one. (2.0 pts)1. If the work is finished by lunchtime you can go home. Get …………………………………………………………………………… 2. Without his help we would all have died. If it ……………………………………………………………………………3. You pay £20 month for period of one year. You pay in twelve successive ……………………………………….….……4. She is proud of being such good cook. She prides ………………………………………………………….………..5. We only despatch goods after receiving the money. Only after the money …………………………………………………………6. We cannot see animals in vast area after the forest fire. There is an ……………………………………………………………….……7. We cannot make any comparison with her sacrifice. Nothing ……………………………………………………………………….8. Its lack of irregular verbs makes Esperanto unique language. Unlike …………………………………………………………………………9. expected the film to be good, but it wasn’t at all. The film didn’t ………………………………………………………………10. It was Sir Walter Barron who introduced potatoes and tobacco into England. The English owe ……………………………………………………………..Part 2: Rewrite each of the following sentences using the word in the bracket so that itsmeaning stays the same as the original one. You must use between TWO and FIVE words,including the word given. (1.0 pt)1. Jack found it difficult to control his skis on the steep slope. under )Jack found it difficult to ………………………………………………………………….2. Graham spends all his time doing research. (devoted)Graham has ………………..……………………………………… doing research. 3. Many people nowadays find it increasingly difficult to exist on the money they earn. (make)Many people nowadays find it increasingly ………………..……………………………4. The Prime Minister felt it appropriate to make statement. fit )The Prime Minister ………………..…………………………….…… make statement.5. firmly believe him to be the rudest person know. without )He is ………………..………………………………………… the rudest person know.Part 3: Essay writing (2.0 pts)Computers can translate all kinds of languages well, so children do not need to learnforeign languages in the future. Do you agree or disagree with this statement? In about 250 words, write an essay to express your viewpoint. Give reasons for youranswer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.THE ENDPage of