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GIÁO ĐÀO ÔN THI NGHI TRUNG PH THÔNG ĐỀ CHÍNH TH NĂM 2017- 2018Ọ (Đ có 04 trang) MÔN TI NG ANHẾ MÃ ĐỀ 385 Th gian: 60 phút không tính th gian giao đờ ềRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer toeach of the questions from 01 to 08 .KEEP AN EYE ON THE KIDS Something new is happening in this Cornish town. And as the saying goes, new is not necessarily better especially if youare Cornish teenager under 16 years of age. Through the use of pioneering plan, which to some reeks of prejudice, thelocal authorities and police officials hope to cut wn the number of youths out on the streets at night. It is thought that byơdoing this, many of the crimes committed by young people will be prevented. The scheme involves curfew set time when youths must be off the streets and in the warmth and safety of their ownhomes. For any unsupervised youngsters under sixteen, the bell tolls at nine o'clock sharp. And for all those under...
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GIÁO ĐÀO ÔN THI NGHI TRUNG PH THÔNG ĐỀ CHÍNH TH NĂM 2017- 2018Ọ (Đ có 04 trang) MÔN TI NG ANHẾ MÃ ĐỀ 385 Th gian: 60 phút không tính th gian giao đờ ềRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer toeach of the questions from 01 to 08 .KEEP AN EYE ON THE KIDS Something new is happening in this Cornish town. And as the saying goes, new is not necessarily better especially if youare Cornish teenager under 16 years of age. Through the use of pioneering plan, which to some reeks of prejudice, thelocal authorities and police officials hope to cut wn the number of youths out on the streets at night. It is thought that byơdoing this, many of the crimes committed by young people will be prevented. The scheme involves curfew set time when youths must be off the streets and in the warmth and safety of their ownhomes. For any unsupervised youngsters under sixteen, the bell tolls at nine o'clock sharp. And for all those under ten, thewatching hour is spot on eight. The curfew is being enforced by patrols of police officers in the Redruth area. In order tocollect any damning evidence that might come to hand, many of the police are equipped with Orwellian-like head cameras. Ifa hoodie -wearing young delinquent gets the not-so-bright idea of spray painting wall or overturning rubbish skip anofficer will more than likely be there filming it. Of course, the film footage will then be used in court of law as proof of theyoung hooligan's crime. If young person under sixteen is spotted breaking the specified curfew, officials may respond in several ways. Firstly, theparents of the young offender will be contacted and told that they are failing in their duties as responsible parents and thatthey must ensure that their children abide by the curfew. If that warning fails to bring results, police will call in the socialservices or housing offices. Either of these two groups may then take formal legal action against the family which could resultin parents having to receive counselling or guidance sessions. In the past, curfews have done what they were supposed to do, which is get the lads off the streets. Dispersal zones were setup under what is known as the Anti-Social Behaviour Act of 2003 This piece of legislation dictates that groups (groups beingdefined as two or more individuals) may be asked to move on if their attitude or mode of behaviour has or may have causedanybody alarm, fear or distress. Human rights activists, however, would like to know just who it is that decides what actuallyconstitutes 'alarm, fear or distress'. After all, people differ, and what may alarm one person may leave another totallyunaffected. This could lead to innocent young people out enjoying the long summer evenings being picked on for no goodreason. Not surprisingly, then, it seems that the new programme, aptly code-named Operation Goodnight has set off furiousdebate. Local councillors welcome the scheme, saying that, although the majority of parents in the area behave responsibly,that is not enough. They say that all parents must be persuaded to be more informed about the whereabouts of their childrenat all times of the day and night They believe that only in this way will the community be safer place for everyone. On the other side of the coin, many locals feel that the teenagers are being robbed of very important right. Some residentsargue that not all teenagers are the same and every effort should be made to remember this fact. They feel that if youths aretreated as if each and every one of them is potential criminal, attitude problems will increase. The Redruth legal officercomplains that many of the police treat every young person as suspect. He says that while the police have every right to getinvolved if real problem should arise, they must use better judgement before challenging young people simply because theyare out for an evening stroll.[From: STARLIGHT 11 Workbook, Virginia Evans, 2011]Question 1: According to the writer, the desired outcome of the plan is......A. an increased presence on the streets at night B. the establishment of new scheme.C. reduction in criminal activity D. reduction in prejudice against teenagers.Question 2: In line 27 ," this way " refers to ......A. an improvement of programme. B. change in childrens’ behaviour.C. rise in schemes popularity. D. an increase in awareness .Question 3: In regard to the Act of 2003, the writer ......A. believes it is effective. B. thinks it could result in unfairness .C. feels that it is too strict on teens. D. considers it to be rather distressing.Question 4: The phrasal verb reek of is closest in meaning to ....A. be biased with B. be full of C. be obsessed with D. be rank withQuestion 5: In regard to unacceptable activities on the part of teens, the writer mentions......A. lack of respect shown towards officers. B. the clothes they choose to wear.C. acts of vandalism towards police equipment. D. the destruction of public property .Question 6: The writer says that teenagers will be unaffected by the scheme if .....A. they are with an adult B. they are with other teenagers.C. they are older than ten. D. there are police patrolling in their area.Question 7: The writer suggests that if child breaks the curfew ......A. parents will be advised of their responsibilities B. the child will be sent to see counsellor.C. social services will be contacted immediately. D. police will arrest the child.Question 8: In the final paragraph, the writer expresses the concern that the scheme .....A. may cause teenagers to be viewed wrongly .B. might result in teenagers being falsely accused of crimes.C. may increase crime rates, not reduce them.D. might take up too much police time.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of thefollowing questions.Question 9: Computers can also produce complex and original highly music.A. can B. complex C. also D. original highlyQuestion 10: The tourist asked us my cousin, and how to get to the museum.A. the B. how to C. and D. usQuestion 11: We could not help to laugh seeing him enter in long dress.A. in B. enter C. to laugh D. helpMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of thefollowing questions.Question 12: It never crossed my mind that would win prize.A. couldn't recall ever winning prize before.B. never thought that would win prize .C. kept in mind that would never win prize.D. just couldn’t get the prize out of my mind.Question 13: After six months, Joe’s search for job was successful .A. In six month’s time, Joe will have found job.B. Joe managed to find job after six months .C. To Joe’s disappointment, it took him six months to search for job.D. Joe succeeded in finding job after six months and this has made his life easier.Question 14: John never really expected the plan to be success .A. John would never admit the success of the plan.B. John has little expectation of the plan becoming success .C. There was no chance that John would be successful in the plan.D. Contrary to John’s expectation, the plan wasn’t big success.Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word orphrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 15 to 20 The ecosystems of the Earth provide an array of free ...(15)... services that are essential for the support of civilizations. Theymaintain the quality of the atmosphere, provide food from the sea, manufacture and replenish soils, ...(16)... wastes andnutrients, control the overwhelming majority of crop pests and disease vectors, and so on. People have no idea ...(17)... totake over these activities satisfactorily. They do know, however, that the theory once advanced in the nineteenth century thatthe productivity of the land can be infinitely ...(18)... by the application of capital, labour, and science is wrong. History hasshown that once the natural life-support systems of civilization have been ...(19)... damaged, they cannot usually berepaired. The ...(20)... deforestation and overgrazing of the Mediterranean region is famous example. And today, globalcivilization is ruining the global environment. Question 15:A. public B. common C. whole D. general Question 16:A. remain B. redo C. recycle D. reuse Question 17:A. which B. what C. when D. how Question 18:A. raised B. hoisted C. promoted D. increased Question 19:A. little B. sufficiently C. almost D. nearly Question 20:A. previous B. ancient C. long-term D. age-oldMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlinedword(s) in each of the following questions.Question 21: think he found her physically quite attractive but bit shallow A. nonsensical B. ugly-looking. C. shrewd D. unintelligentQuestion 22: I’ll bring Jim if can tear him away from the football.A. entice .... into B. make....move from C. stop....from D. persist....in goingMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the followingexchanges.Question 23: ...............” “Just last year. I’ve been looking for something to live on.”A. When were you made redundant B. Didn’t you ask me about it ten minutes ago? C. How long ago did you get your diploma? D. You were offered the post as CEO in Hoovers Limited weren’t you?Question 24: “Are you interested in joining club this year?” ...............”A. No. Almost no one speaks English there. B. No way. I’ve lot of work to finish right now.C. Great, thanks, but must be going now. D. am, but I’m not sure which one to join .Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer toeach of the questions from 25 to 30 .Throughout history, animals have been used to perform tasks for humans, from ploughing fields to sniffing out illegaldrugs. Some people have moral objections to forcing animals to perform tasks that are not in their nature, seeing it asexploitative or even form of slavery. But what about when the animal itself volunteers its services? Two unusual waiters in Japan provide an example of this. Restaurant owner Kaoru Otsuka originally kept his macaquemonkeys, Yat-chan and Fuku-chan, as pets, but they have since become two much-loved and very useful members of staff.Having observed their master at work in the restaurant for some years, the monkeys soon began copying his actions and doingsimple tasks around the kitchen. Then, taking into account how friendly they were with strangers, Kaoru decided to teachthem how to serve to customers. Today, Fuku-chan specialises in providing diners with hot towels before meal Japanesecustom while Yat-chan is skilled at serving drinks. Amazingly, Yat-chan even understands enough language to know whatdrinks customers want. The monkeys receive soya beans from diners in return for their efforts, and work only two hours dayto comply with Japanese animal labour laws. Some people, however, may think their little, waiter uniforms are step too far. Another hard-working animal is Jip, sheepdog, who is the pet of cafe owner in England. Many dogs like to fetch thingsfor their master, but Jip takes this activity to whole other level. Whenever someone throws dart on the cafe's dartboard, Jipjumps up to retrieve it with her teeth. She leaps up around three times her own height to reach the darts, and her owner saysthe spectacle is bringing in more and more clients. Due to her efforts, she's even become an honorary member of the cafe'sdarts team![From: ON SCREEN B2+, Workbook Virginia Evans]Question 25: Why did Kaoru Otsuka decide to train his monkeys to become waiters?A. because they showed interest in doing other jobs in the restaurantB. so that they would feel less shy with customersC. because customers requested that they serve themD. so that he could stop them from destroying the kitchenQuestion 26: What does the writer mention has been consequence of Jip’s talent ?A. The café no longer has darts team. B. More café customers have begun playing darts.C. More customers have been attracted to the café D. The cafe’s darts team has won more matches.Question 27: In the fourth line of the third paragraph, what does " it " refer to ?A. dart B. the darts team C. dartboard D. the caféQuestion 28: The word exploitative is closest in meaning to......A. resourceful B. potential with threats C. misemploying D. making full useQuestion 29: What is the main purpose of this article ?A. to compare the job skills of macaque monkeys and dogsB. to report on two curious cases of animal labour C. to criticise people who use animals to do jobs D. to encourage pet owners to put their animals to work Question 30: According to the writer, why might some people disapprove of Kaoru Otsuka putting his monkeys to work?A. because he forces them to work more than the legal amount of hoursB. because he dresses them in humiliating clothesC. because any form of animal labour is illegal in JapanD. because he doesn’t reward them for their workMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the otherthree in pronunciation in each of the following questions. Question 31:A. whis le B. cas le C. fas en D. mis le Question 32:A. si ht B. fi ht C. si D. si nalMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the positionof primary stress in each of the following questions. Question 33:A. directory B. honorific C. considerate D. technician Question 34:A. possibility B. opportunity C. independent D. congratulateMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlinedword(s) in each of the following questions.Question 35: Her blabbing to the neighours about our divorce got on my nerves .A. bore in my mind B. held my breath C. irritated me D. broke my heartQuestion 36: Dignitaries from all over the world came to offer their condolences. A. politicians B. celebrities C. VIPs D. colleagues.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.Question 37: Even the most.......drivers feel an urge to break the speed limit occasionally.A. lawful B. legitimate C. judicial D. law-abidingQuestion 38: The trip started disastrously. He forgot his ticket.......his passport as well.A. as much as B. not only C. not to mention D. as long asQuestion 39: While politicians argue about nuclear weapons, ordinary people are simply concerned.......staying alive.A. with B. of C. at D. inQuestion 40: Ann was surprisd to find the door unlocked. She remembered......it beofre she left for work.A. to lock B. locking C. to have locked D. having lockedQuestion 41: He looked like an Englishman, but his foreign accent gave him......A. away B. up C. over D. inQuestion 42: The consultant outlined the patient’s......and asked the students to identify the disease. A. notes B. signs C. symptom D. reactionsQuestion 43: Going to college is great opportunity, so I'm determined to......A. make the most of it B. make more of it C. making more of it D. making it the mostQuestion 44: You may not have liked her, but......be quite so rude?A. should you B. did you dare to C. would you have to D. did yon need toQuestion 45: The......of the pudding is in the eating!A. pleasure B. taste C. quality D. proofQuestion 46: As children we were very close, but as we grew up we just......apartA. floated B. drifted C. moved D. rolledQuestion 47: Harold would rather we......hold the meeting on Friday.A. didn't B. weren’t to C. wouldn’t D. shouldn’tQuestion 48: turned down his offer to stay as did not wish to.......upon his family.A. disturb B. invade C. impose D. interfereMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences inthe following questions.Question 49: Her living conditions were difficult. She managed to pass the entrance exam into Harvard.A. But for her difficult living conditions, she couldn have passed the entrance exam into Harvard.B. Although the living conditions were difficult, she was able to pass the entrance exam into Harvard .C. Despite her living conditions were difficult, she could pass the entrance exam into Harvard.D. Due to her difficult living conditions, she was able to pass the entrance exam into Harvard.Question 50: He is the sponsor of our sport club. It would have been impossible to set it up.A. Without his sponsorship, we would have not been able to set up the sport club.B. Not having been sponsored by him, we could have not set up the sport club. C. If he had not sponsored our sport club, it could not have been set up .D. But for his sponsorship, we would have been able to set up the sport club.The EndS GIÁO ĐÀO ÔN THI NGHI TRUNG PH THÔNG ĐỀ CHÍNH TH NĂM 2017- 2018Ọ (Đ có 04 trang) MÔN TI NG ANHẾ MÃ ĐỀ 515 Th gian: 60 phút không tính th gian giao đờ ềMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the positionof primary stress in each of the following questions. Question 1:A. directory B. considerate C. honorific D. technician Question 2:A. independent B. congratulate C. possibility D. opportunityMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of thefollowing questions.Question 3: It never crossed my mind that would win prize.A. just couldn’t get the prize out of my mind.B. never thought that would win prize.C. kept in mind that would never win prize.D. couldn't recall ever winning prize before.Question 4: After six months, Joe’s search for job was successful .A. Joe managed to find job after six months.B. To Joe’s disappointment, it took him six months to search for job.C. In six month’s time, Joe will have found job.D. Joe succeeded in finding job after six months and this has made his life easier.Question 5: John never really expected the plan to be success .A. John would never admit the success of the plan.B. John has little expectation of the plan becoming success.C. Contrary to John’s expectation, the plan wasn’t big success.D. There was no chance that John would be successful in the plan.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlinedword(s) in each of the following questions.Question 6: think he found her physically quite attractive but bit shallow A. shrewd B. unintelligent C. nonsensical D. ugly-looking.Question 7: I’ll bring Jim if can tear him away from the football.A. make....move from B. persist....in going C. stop....from D. entice....intoMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlinedword(s) in each of the following questions.Question 8: Her blabbing to the neighours about our divorce got on my nerves .A. bore in my mind B. broke my heart C. irritated me D. held my breathQuestion 9: Dignitaries from all over the world came to offer their condolences. A. colleagues. B. VIPs C. celebrities D. politiciansMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of thefollowing questions.Question 10: Computers can also produce complex and original highly music.A. complex B. can C. also D. original highlyQuestion 11: The tourist asked us my cousin, and how to get to the museum.A. us B. and C. the D. how toQuestion 12: We could not help to laugh seeing him enter in long dress.A. help B. to laugh C. enter D. inRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer toeach of the questions from 13 to 18 Throughout history, animals have been used to perform tasks for humans, from ploughing fields to sniffing out illegaldrugs. Some people have moral objections to forcing animals to perform tasks that are not in their nature, seeing it asexploitative or even form of slavery. But what about when the animal itself volunteers its services? Two unusual waiters in Japan provide an example of this. Restaurant owner Kaoru Otsuka originally kept his macaquemonkeys, Yat-chan and Fuku-chan, as pets, but they have since become two much-loved and very useful members of staff.Having observed their master at work in the restaurant for some years, the monkeys soon began copying his actions and doingsimple tasks around the kitchen. Then, taking into account how friendly they were with strangers, Kaoru decided to teachthem how to serve to customers. Today, Fuku-chan specialises in providing diners with hot towels before meal Japanesecustom while Yat-chan is skilled at serving drinks. Amazingly, Yat-chan even understands enough language to know whatdrinks customers want. The monkeys receive soya beans from diners in return for their efforts, and work only two hours dayto comply with Japanese animal labour laws. Some people, however, may think their little, waiter uniforms are step too far. Another hard-working animal is Jip, sheepdog, who is the pet of cafe owner in England. Many dogs like to fetch thingsfor their master, but Jip takes this activity to whole other level. Whenever someone throws dart on the cafe's dartboard, Jipjumps up to retrieve it with her teeth. She leaps up around three times her own height to reach the darts, and her owner saysthe spectacle is bringing in more and more clients. Due to her efforts, she's even become an honorary member of the cafe'sdarts team![From: ON SCREEN B2+, Workbook Virginia Evans]Question 13: According to the writer, why might some people disapprove of Kaoru Otsuka putting his monkeys to work?A. because he forces them to work more than the legal amount of hoursB. because he dresses them in humiliating clothesC. because any form of animal labour is illegal in JapanD. because he doesn’t reward them for their workQuestion 14: Why did Kaoru Otsuka decide to train his monkeys to become waiters?A. so that they would feel less shy with customersB. because customers requested that they serve themC. so that he could stop them from destroying the kitchenD. because they showed interest in doing other jobs in the restaurantQuestion 15: What does the writer mention has been consequence of Jip’s talent ?A. The cafe’s darts team has won more matches. B. More customers have been attracted to the café.C. The café no longer has darts team. D. More café customers have begun playing darts.Question 16: What is the main purpose of this article ?A. to encourage pet owners to put their animals to work B. to compare the job skills of macaque monkeys and dogsC. to criticise people who use animals to do jobs D. to report on two curious cases of animal labour Question 17: In the fourth line of the third paragraph, what does " it " refer to ?A. dart B. the darts team C. the café D. dartboardQuestion 18: The word exploitative is closest in meaning to......A. misemploying B. resourceful C. potential with threats D. making full useRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word orphrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 19 to 24 The ecosystems of the Earth provide an array of free ...(19)... services that are essential for the support of civilizations. Theymaintain the quality of the atmosphere, provide food from the sea, manufacture and replenish soils, ...(20)... wastes andnutrients, control the overwhelming majority of crop pests and disease vectors, and so on. People have no idea ...(21)... totake over these activities satisfactorily. They do know, however, that the theory once advanced in the nineteenth century thatthe productivity of the land can be infinitely ...(22)... by the application of capital, labour, and science is wrong. History hasshown that once the natural life-support systems of civilization have been ...(23)... damaged, they cannot usually berepaired. The ...(24)... deforestation and overgrazing of the Mediterranean region is famous example. And today, globalcivilization is ruining the global environment. Question 19:A. whole B. public C. general D. common Question 20:A. remain B. redo C. reuse D. recycle Question 21:A. how B. when C. what D. which Question 22:A. raised B. promoted C. increased D. hoisted Question 23:A. little B. sufficiently C. nearly D. almost Question 24:A. ancient B. age-old C. long-term D. previousMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the followingexchanges.Question 25: ...............” “Just last year. I’ve been looking for something to live on.”A. You were offered the post as CEO in Hoovers Limited weren’t you?B. Didn’t you ask me about it ten minutes ago? C. How long ago did you get your diploma? D. When were you made redundant? Question 26: “Are you interested in joining club this year?” ...............”A. Great, thanks, but must be going now. B. No way. I’ve lot of work to finish right now.C. No. Almost no one speaks English there. D. am, but I’m not sure which one to join.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the otherthree in pronunciation in each of the following questions. Question 27:A. fi ht B. si nal C. si ht D. si Question 28:A. mis le B. fas en C. whis le D. cas leMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.Question 29: Going to college is great opportunity, so I'm determined to......A. making it the most B. make more of it C. making more of it D. make the most of itQuestion 30: The trip started disastrously. He forgot his ticket.......his passport as well.A. not only B. not to mention C. as long as D. as much asQuestion 31: While politicians argue about nuclear weapons, ordinary people are simply concerned.......staying alive.A. with B. in C. of D. atQuestion 32: The......of the pudding is in the eating!A. quality B. proof C. taste D. pleasureQuestion 33: As children we were very close, but as we grew up we just......apartA. floated B. rolled C. moved D. driftedQuestion 34: He looked like an Englishman, but his foreign accent gave him......A. in B. away C. up D. overQuestion 35: Even the most.......drivers feel an urge to break the speed limit occasionally.A. legitimate B. lawful C. law-abiding D. judicialQuestion 36: Ann was surprisd to find the door unlocked. She remembered......it beofre she left for work.A. locking B. having locked C. to have locked D. to lockQuestion 37: Harold would rather we......hold the meeting on Friday.A. wouldn’t B. shouldn’t C. weren’t to D. didn'tQuestion 38: You may not have liked her, but......be quite so rude?A. did yon need to B. did you dare to C. should you D. would you have toQuestion 39: The consultant outlined the patient’s......and asked the students to identify the disease. A. signs B. reactions C. symptom D. notesQuestion 40: turned down his offer to stay as did not wish to.......upon his family.A. interfere B. invade C. impose D. disturbRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer toeach of the questions from 41 to 48 .KEEP AN EYE ON THE KIDS Something new is happening in this Cornish town. And as the saying goes, new is not necessarily better especially if youare Cornish teenager under 16 years of age. Through the use of pioneering plan, which to some reeks of prejudice, thelocal authorities and police officials hope to cut wn the number of youths out on the streets at night. It is thought that byơdoing this, many of the crimes committed by young people will be prevented. The scheme involves curfew set time when youths must be off the streets and in the warmth and safety of their ownhomes. For any unsupervised youngsters under sixteen, the bell tolls at nine o'clock sharp. And for all those under ten, thewatching hour is spot on eight. The curfew is being enforced by patrols of police officers in the Redruth area. In order tocollect any damning evidence that might come to hand, many of the police are equipped with Orwellian-like head cameras. Ifa hoodie -wearing young delinquent gets the not-so-bright idea of spray painting wall or overturning rubbish skip anofficer will more than likely be there filming it. Of course, the film footage will then be used in court of law as proof of theyoung hooligan's crime. If young person under sixteen is spotted breaking the specified curfew, officials may respond in several ways. Firstly, theparents of the young offender will be contacted and told that they are failing in their duties as responsible parents and thatthey must ensure that their children abide by the curfew. If that warning fails to bring results, police will call in the socialservices or housing offices. Either of these two groups may then take formal legal action against the family which could resultin parents having to receive counselling or guidance sessions. In the past, curfews have done what they were supposed to do, which is get the lads off the streets. Dispersal zones were setup under what is known as the Anti-Social Behaviour Act of 2003 This piece of legislation dictates that groups (groups beingdefined as two or more individuals) may be asked to move on if their attitude or mode of behaviour has or may have causedanybody alarm, fear or distress. Human rights activists, however, would like to know just who it is that decides what actuallyconstitutes 'alarm, fear or distress'. After all, people differ, and what may alarm one person may leave another totallyunaffected. This could lead to innocent young people out enjoying the long summer evenings being picked on for no goodreason. Not surprisingly, then, it seems that the new programme, aptly code-named Operation Goodnight has set off furiousdebate. Local councillors welcome the scheme, saying that, although the majority of parents in the area behave responsibly,that is not enough. They say that all parents must be persuaded to be more informed about the whereabouts of their childrenat all times of the day and night They believe that only in this way will the community be safer place for everyone. On the other side of the coin, many locals feel that the teenagers are being robbed of very important right. Some residentsargue that not all teenagers are the same and every effort should be made to remember this fact. They feel that if youths aretreated as if each and every one of them is potential criminal, attitude problems will increase. The Redruth legal officercomplains that many of the police treat every young person as suspect. He says that while the police have every right to getinvolved if real problem should arise, they must use better judgement before challenging young people simply because theyare out for an evening stroll.[From: STARLIGHT 11 Workbook, Virginia Evans, 2011]Question 41: According to the writer, the desired outcome of the plan is......A. an increased presence on the streets at night B. the establishment of new scheme.C. reduction in prejudice against teenagers. D. reduction in criminal activity.Question 42: The writer says that teenagers will be unaffected by the scheme if .....A. there are police patrolling in their area. B. they are older than ten.C. they are with an adult. D. they are with other teenagers.Question 43: The phrasal verb reek of is closest in meaning to ....A. be full of B. be biased with C. be rank with D. be obsessed withQuestion 44: In regard to the Act of 2003, the writer ......A. believes it is effective. B. thinks it could result in unfairness.C. feels that it is too strict on teens. D. considers it to be rather distressing.Question 45: The writer suggests that if child breaks the curfew ......A. parents will be advised of their responsibilities. B. social services will be contacted immediately.C. police will arrest the child. D. the child will be sent to see counsellor.Question 46: In line 27 ," this way " refers to ......A. rise in schemes popularity. B. an improvement of programme.C. change in childrens’ behaviour. D. an increase in awareness.Question 47: In the final paragraph, the writer expresses the concern that the scheme .....A. may cause teenagers to be viewed wrongly.B. might result in teenagers being falsely accused of crimes.C. may increase crime rates, not reduce them.D. might take up too much police time.Question 48: In regard to unacceptable activities on the part of teens, the writer mentions......A. lack of respect shown towards officers. B. acts of vandalism towards police equipment.C. the destruction of public property. D. the clothes they choose to wear.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences inthe following questions.Question 49: Her living conditions were difficult. She managed to pass the entrance exam into Harvard.A. Despite her living conditions were difficult, she could pass the entrance exam into Harvard.B. Although the living conditions were difficult, she was able to pass the entrance exam into Harvard.C. Due to her difficult living conditions, she was able to pass the entrance exam into Harvard.D. But for her difficult living conditions, she couldn have passed the entrance exam into Harvard.Question 50: He is the sponsor of our sport club. It would have been impossible to set it up.A. But for his sponsorship, we would have been able to set up the sport club.B. Without his sponsorship, we would have not been able to set up the sport club.C. Not having been sponsored by him, we could have not set up the sport club. D. If he had not sponsored our sport club, it could not have been set up.The EndS GIÁO ĐÀO ÔN THI NGHI TRUNG PH THÔNG ĐỀ CHÍNH TH NĂM 2017- 2018Ọ (Đ có 04 trang) MÔN TI NG ANHẾ MÃ ĐỀ 872 Th gian: 60 phút không tính th gian giao đờ ềMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the positionof primary stress in each of the following questions. Question 1:A. independent B. congratulate C. opportunity D. possibility Question 2:A. considerate B. honorific C. directory D. technicianMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlinedword(s) in each of the following questions.Question 3: Her blabbing to the neighours about our divorce got on my nerves .A. broke my heart B. irritated me C. held my breath D. bore in my mindQuestion 4: Dignitaries from all over the world came to offer their condolences. A. celebrities B. politicians C. colleagues. D. VIPsMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.Question 5: Going to college is great opportunity, so I'm determined to......A. making more of it B. make the most of it C. make more of it D. making it the mostQuestion 6: As children we were very close, but as we grew up we just......apartA. rolled B. moved C. floated D. driftedQuestion 7: Ann was surprisd to find the door unlocked. She remembered......it beofre she left for work.A. to lock B. locking C. having locked D. to have lockedQuestion 8: The consultant outlined the patient’s......and asked the students to identify the disease. A. reactions B. signs C. symptom D. notesQuestion 9: He looked like an Englishman, but his foreign accent gave him......A. up B. in C. away D. overQuestion 10: Harold would rather we......hold the meeting on Friday.A. wouldn’t B. didn't C. shouldn’t D. weren’t toQuestion 11: You may not have liked her, but......be quite so rude?A. would you have to B. did you dare to C. should you D. did yon need toQuestion 12: turned down his offer to stay as did not wish to.......upon his family.A. interfere B. disturb C. impose D. invadeQuestion 13: Even the most.......drivers feel an urge to break the speed limit occasionally.A. judicial B. legitimate C. law-abiding D. lawfulQuestion 14: The trip started disastrously. He forgot his ticket.......his passport as well.A. as long as B. not to mention C. not only D. as much asQuestion 15: While politicians argue about nuclear weapons, ordinary people are simply concerned.......staying alive.A. with B. of C. at D. inQuestion 16: The......of the pudding is in the eating!A. taste B. pleasure C. quality D. proofMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the otherthree in pronunciation in each of the following questions. Question 17:A. mis le B. whis le C. cas le D. fas en Question 18:A. si B. fi ht C. si nal D. si htMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlinedword(s) in each of the following questions.Question 19: think he found her physically quite attractive but bit shallow A. ugly-looking. B. nonsensical C. unintelligent D. shrewdQuestion 20: I’ll bring Jim if can tear him away from the football.A. stop....from B. entice....into C. persist....in going D. make....move fromMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the followingexchanges.Question 21: “Are you interested in joining club this year?” ...............”A. Great, thanks, but must be going now. B. No way. I’ve lot of work to finish right now.C. am, but I’m not sure which one to join. D. No. Almost no one speaks English there.Question 22: ...............” “Just last year. I’ve been looking for something to live on.”A. You were offered the post as CEO in Hoovers Limited weren’t you?B. When were you made redundant? C. How long ago did you get your diploma? D. Didn’t you ask me about it ten minutes ago? Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word orphrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 23 to 28 The ecosystems of the Earth provide an array of free ...(23)... services that are essential for the support of civilizations. Theymaintain the quality of the atmosphere, provide food from the sea, manufacture and replenish soils, ...(24)... wastes andnutrients, control the overwhelming majority of crop pests and disease vectors, and so on. People have no idea ...(25)... totake over these activities satisfactorily. They do know, however, that the theory once advanced in the nineteenth century thatthe productivity of the land can be infinitely ...(26)... by the application of capital, labour, and science is wrong. History hasshown that once the natural life-support systems of civilization have been ...(27)... damaged, they cannot usually berepaired. The ...(28)... deforestation and overgrazing of the Mediterranean region is famous example. And today, globalcivilization is ruining the global environment. Question 23:A. public B. general C. common D. whole Question 24:A. redo B. reuse C. recycle D. remain Question 25:A. how B. what C. which D. when Question 26:A. increased B. hoisted C. raised D. promoted Question 27:A. almost B. nearly C. little D. sufficiently Question 28:A. previous B. age-old C. ancient D. long-termRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer toeach of the questions from 29 to 34 Throughout history, animals have been used to perform tasks for humans, from ploughing fields to sniffing out illegaldrugs. Some people have moral objections to forcing animals to perform tasks that are not in their nature, seeing it asexploitative or even form of slavery. But what about when the animal itself volunteers its services? Two unusual waiters in Japan provide an example of this. Restaurant owner Kaoru Otsuka originally kept his macaquemonkeys, Yat-chan and Fuku-chan, as pets, but they have since become two much-loved and very useful members of staff.Having observed their master at work in the restaurant for some years, the monkeys soon began copying his actions and doingsimple tasks around the kitchen. Then, taking into account how friendly they were with strangers, Kaoru decided to teachthem how to serve to customers. Today, Fuku-chan specialises in providing diners with hot towels before meal Japanesecustom while Yat-chan is skilled at serving drinks. Amazingly, Yat-chan even understands enough language to know whatdrinks customers want. The monkeys receive soya beans from diners in return for their efforts, and work only two hours dayto comply with Japanese animal labour laws. Some people, however, may think their little, waiter uniforms are step too far. Another hard-working animal is Jip, sheepdog, who is the pet of cafe owner in England. Many dogs like to fetch thingsfor their master, but Jip takes this activity to whole other level. Whenever someone throws dart on the cafe's dartboard, Jipjumps up to retrieve it with her teeth. She leaps up around three times her own height to reach the darts, and her owner saysthe spectacle is bringing in more and more clients. Due to her efforts, she's even become an honorary member of the cafe'sdarts team![From: ON SCREEN B2+, Workbook Virginia Evans]Question 29: According to the writer, why might some people disapprove of Kaoru Otsuka putting his monkeys to work?A. because he doesn’t reward them for their workB. because he dresses them in humiliating clothesC. because he forces them to work more than the legal amount of hoursD. because any form of animal labour is illegal in JapanQuestion 30: The word exploitative is closest in meaning to......A. misemploying B. resourceful C. making full use D. potential with threatsQuestion 31: Why did Kaoru Otsuka decide to train his monkeys to become waiters?A. so that he could stop them from destroying the kitchenB. so that they would feel less shy with customersC. because they showed interest in doing other jobs in the restaurantD. because customers requested that they serve themQuestion 32: In the fourth line of the third paragraph, what does " it " refer to ?A. dartboard B. dart C. the darts team D. the caféQuestion 33: What is the main purpose of this article ?A. to encourage pet owners to put their animals to work B. to compare the job skills of macaque monkeys and dogsC. to criticise people who use animals to do jobs D. to report on two curious cases of animal labour Question 34: What does the writer mention has been consequence of Jip’s talent ?A. The cafe’s darts team has won more matches. B. More café customers have begun playing darts.C. More customers have been attracted to the café. D. The café no longer has darts team.Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences inthe following questions.Question 35: Her living conditions were difficult. She managed to pass the entrance exam into Harvard.A. Despite her living conditions were difficult, she could pass the entrance exam into Harvard.B. Although the living conditions were difficult, she was able to pass the entrance exam into Harvard.C. Due to her difficult living conditions, she was able to pass the entrance exam into Harvard.D. But for her difficult living conditions, she couldn have passed the entrance exam into Harvard.Question 36: He is the sponsor of our sport club. It would have been impossible to set it up.A. Not having been sponsored by him, we could have not set up the sport club. B. But for his sponsorship, we would have been able to set up the sport club.

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