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BỘ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠOĐỀ THI CHÍNH THỨCKỲ THI TRIUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG QUỐC GIA NĂM 2015 Môn: TIẾNG ANHThời gian làm bài: 90 phút, không kể thời(Đề thi có 06 trang)Mã đề thi 931SECTION (8 points) Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word hose underlined partdiffers from the other three in pronunciation in each of the followi ng questions.Question 1:A. supportedB. finishedC. noticedD. approach edQuestion 2: A. teachB. break C. eal D. cl eanMark the letter A, B, or on your answer sheet to to indicate the word that differs from the otherthree in the position of primary stress in each of the following uestion.Question 3: A. oceanic B. advantageousC. compulsory D. influentialQuestion 4: A. instrument B. recipeC commitment D. candidateQuestion 5: A. containB. conquer conserve D. concealMark the letter A, B, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correc answer to each of thefollowing questions.Question 6: The receptionist... answered the phone, told me that the di...
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BỘ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠOĐỀ THI CHÍNH THỨCKỲ THI TRIUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG QUỐC GIA NĂM 2015 Môn: TIẾNG ANHThời gian làm bài: 90 phút, không kể thời(Đề thi có 06 trang)Mã đề thi 931SECTION (8 points) Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word hose underlined partdiffers from the other three in pronunciation in each of the followi ng questions.Question 1:A. supportedB. finishedC. noticedD. approach edQuestion 2: A. teachB. break C. eal D. cl eanMark the letter A, B, or on your answer sheet to to indicate the word that differs from the otherthree in the position of primary stress in each of the following uestion.Question 3: A. oceanic B. advantageousC. compulsory D. influentialQuestion 4: A. instrument B. recipeC commitment D. candidateQuestion 5: A. containB. conquer conserve D. concealMark the letter A, B, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correc answer to each of thefollowing questions.Question 6: The receptionist... answered the phone, told me that the di rector was out.A. who B. whoseC. that D. whomQuestion 7: Students will not be allowed into the exam room if they...... their student cards.A. don’t produce B. didn’t produce C. produced D. hadn’t prod ucedQuestion 8:......the salesman promised to exchange the detective CD player for new one, theyinsisted on getting refund. A. And B. ButC. Although D. DespiteQuestion 9:Changes have been made in our schooling program. As result, young children......do homework any more. A. couldn’tB. needn’t C. oughtn’t D. haven’tQuestion 10: Although MERS Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) spreeds through close contactwith sick people, not through the air, many people still avoi d.....to crowded places.A. having goneB. going C. to go D. goneQuestion 11: large number of inventions and discoveries have been .... .accident.A. inB. by C. at D. onQuestion 12:The headmaster has decided that three lecture halls......i our school next semester.A. will be building B. will build C. are being builtD. will be builtQuestion 13:After the new technique had been introduced, the factory pro duced ......cars in 2014 asthe year before.A. twice as many B. twice many as C. as many twice D. as twice man yQuestion 14: It is.....of businessmen to shake hands in formal meetings.A. familiar B. ordinary C. commonD. typicalQuestion 15:John has finally found new job after being.....for three mo nths.A.out of reach B. out of orderC. out of work D. out of mindQuestion 16:Nguyen Thi Anh Vien performed so well the 28thSea Games Women’s 200mbutterfly that none of her rivals could.....her. A. look up to B. come up toC. catch up with D. put up withQuestion 18: Jane really loves the......, jewelry box that her parents ave her as birthday present.A. wooden brown nice B. nice wooden brown C. brown wooden niceD. nice brown woodenQuestion 19: When asked about their preference for movies, many young pe ople say that they are infavour......science fiction. A. withB. of C. in D. forQuestion 20: Global warming will result......crop failures and famine .A. in B. from C. of D. toQuestion 21:......at school yesterday when we were informed that there was no class due to suddenpower cut. A. We have hardly arrived B. We had arrived hardly C. Hardly we had arrivedD. Hardly had we arrivedQuestion 22: Such characters as fairies or witches in Walt Disneyanimated cartoons are purely.......A. imaginaryB. imaginative C. imagining D. imaginableQuestion 23: Ken and Tom are high-school students. They are discussing here their study group willmeet. Select the most suitable response to fill in the blank. Ken "Where is our study group going to meet next weekend?" Tom: “………..”A. Studying in group is great fun. B.We are too busy on weekday s.C. Why don’t you look at the atlas?D. The library would be best.Question 24: Mike and Lane are university students. They are talking abo ut Lane's upcominghigh-school reunion. Select the most suitable response to fi ll in the blank.Mike "So, you have your fifth high-school reunion coming up?” Lane: “………..”A. Oh, the school reunion was wonderful. B. No. You're in no mo od for the eventC. The food at the reunion was excellent.D. Yeah. I'm really looking forward to it.Mark the letter A, B, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s )CLOSEST in meaning tothe underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.Question 25:When Susan invited us to dinner, she really showed off her culinarytalents. Sheprepared feast huge selection of dishes that were simply mouth-watering.A. relating to medical knowledge B. involving hygienic cond itions and diseasesC. concerning nutrition and healthD. having to do with food and cookingQuestion 26:“It’s no use talking to me about metaphysics. It’s closed book to me.”A. book that is never opened B. an object that really loveC. subject that don’t understand D. theme that like to di scussQuestion 27:Suddenly, it began to rain heavily, so all the summer hikers gotdrenchedall over.A. very tiredB. completely wet C. refreshed D. cleansedRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your nswer sheet to indicate thecorrect word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks fro 28 to 37.Library is collection of books and other informational mat erials made available to people forreading, study, or reference. The word librarycomes (28)...... liber, the Latin word for "book”. (29)......,library collections have almost always contained variety of materials. Contemporary librariesmaintain collections that include not only printed materia ls such as manuscripts, books, newspapers,and magazines, (30)...... audio visual and online databases. In addition (31)......maintaining collectionswithin library buildings, modern libraries often feature ele-communications links that provide userswith access to information at remote sites. The central mission of library (32)......to collect, orga nise, preserve, and provide access toknowledge and information. In fulfilling this mission, lib raries preserve valuable record of culturethat can be passed down to (33)......generations. Librarie are an essential link in this communicationbetween the past, present, and future. Whether the cultural record is contained in books or in electronicformats, libraries ensure (34)......the record is preserv ed and made available for later use.People use library resources to gain information about perso nal (35)......or to obtain recreationalmaterials such as films and novels. Students use libraries to supplement and enhance their classroomexperiences, to learn (36)..... in locating sources of info rmation, and to develop good reading andstudy habits. Public officials use libraries to research leg islation and public policy issues. One of themost valued of all cultural institutions, the library (37). ....information and services that are essential tolearning and progress.From “Library (institution) by Richard S. Halsey et al.Question 28: A. to B. inC. from D.outQuestion 29: A. Therefore B. InsteadC. However D. DespiteQuestion 30:A. but also B. as well C. only if D. or ebeQuestion 31: A. in B. on C. fromD. toQuestion 32: A. has B. areC. is D. haveQuestion 33:A. successB. succeeding C. succeed D. successfulQuestion 34:A. that B. which C. what D. whoQuestion 35: A. appealsB. interests C. profits D. attractionsQuestion 36:A. skills B. talents C. capabilities D. abilitiesQuestion 37: A. relates B. digestsC. supplies D. apohesRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your nswer sheet to indicate thecorrect answer to each of the questions from 38 to 47.Plants and animals will find it difficult to escape from or adj ust to the effects of global warming.Scientists have already observed shifts in the lifecycles of many plants and animats, such as flowersblooming earlier and birds hatching earlier in the spring. any species have begun shifting where theylive or their annual migration patterns due to warmer temper atures.With further warming, animals will tend to migrate towards he poles and up mountainsides towardshigher elevations. Plants will also attempt to shift their ra nges, seeking new areas as old habitats grewtoo warm. In many places, however, human development will pr event these shifts. Species that findcities or farmland blocking their way north or south may beco me extinct. Species living in uniqueecosystems, such as those found in polar and mountaintop reg ions, are especially at risk becausemigration to new habitats is not possible. For example, polar bears and marine mammals in the Arcticare already threatened by dwindling sea ice but have nowhere farther north to go.Projecting species extinction due to global warming is extre mely difficult. Some scientists haveestimated that 20 to 50 percent of species could be committed to extinction with to Celsius degreesof further wanning. The rate of warming, not just the magnitu de, is extremely important for plants andanimals. Some species and even entire ecosystems, such as cer tain types of forest, may not be able toadjust quickly enough and may disappear.Ocean ecosystems, especially fragileones like coral reek, will also be affected by global warming ,warmer ocean temperatures can cause coral to "bleach", sta te which if prolonged will lead to thedeath of the coral. Scienists estimate that even Celsius deg ree of additional warming could lead towidespead bleaching and death of coral reefs around the world. Also, increasing carbon dioxide in theatmosphere enters the ocean and increases the acidity of oce an waters. This acidification furtherstresses ocean ecosystems. From “Global Warming by Michael Mastrandrea and Stephen H. SchneiderQuestion 38: Scientists have observed that warmer temperatures in the sp ring cause flowers to.....A. bloom earlier B. lose color C. die instantly D. become lighterQuestion 39: According to paragraph 2, when their habitats grow warmer, animals tend to move.....A. south-eastwards and down mountainsides towards tower el evationsB. north-westwards and up mountainsides towards higher ele vationsC. towards the North Pole and down mountainsides towards towe etevattortsD. towards the poles and up mountainsides towards higher elevationsQuestion 40: The pronoun “those” in paragraph refers to.....A. species B. ecosystems C. habitats D. areasQuestion 41: The phrase " dwindling sea ice " in paragraph refers to.....A. the frozen water in the Arctic B. the cold ice in the Arctic C. the violent Arctic OceanD. the melting ice in the ArcticQuestion 42: It is mentioned in the passage that if the global temperatur rose by or Celsiusdegrees..... A. water supply would decrease by 50 percent B. the sea level ould rise by 20 centimetersC. 20 to 50 percent of species could become extinct D. half of the earth's surface would be floodedQuestion 43:According to the passage, if some species are not able to adju st quickly to warmertemperatures,......A. they may be endangered B. they can begin to develop. C. they will certainly need water D. they move to tropical for ests.Question 44:The word fragile” in paragraph most probably means ..........A. very largeB. easily damaged rather strong D. pretty hardQuestion 45: The bleaching of coral reefs as mentioned in paragraph indi cates ........A. the water absorption of coral reefs B. the quick growth of arine mammals.C. the blooming phase of sea weedsD. the slow death of coral reefs.Question 46: The level of acidity in the ocean is increased by........A. the rising amount of carbon dioxide entering the ocean B. the decrease of acidity of the pole waters C. the extinction of species in coastal areas. D. the loss of acidity in the atmosphere around the earthQuestion 47:What does the passage mainly discuss?A. Influence of climate changes on human lifestyles.B. Effects of global warming on animals and plants C. Global warming and possible solutionsD. Global warming and species migration Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the underli ned part that needscorrection in each of the following questions.Question 48: The number ofhomeless people in Nepal haveincreased sharplydue tothe recentAB Csevere earthquake.DQuestion 49: Sincepoachingis becoming more seriously, the government has imposed stricter lawsAB Cto prevent it.DQuestion 50:It is common knowledgethat solar heating for large officebuilding istechnicallyA Cdifferent from single-family home.DQuestion 51:All thecandidatesfor thescholarshipwill be equally treated regardingof their age,sex, or nationality. BCDQuestion 52:Remindingnot to miss the 15:20 train, the manager set out forthe stationin hurry.A DMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the word( s) OPPOSITE in meaningto the underlinedword(s) in each of the following questions.Question 53: "Don't be such pessimist. I'm sure you'll soon get over it. Cheer up!"A. hobbyistB. optimist C. activist D. feministQuestion 54: "Be quick! We must speed upif we don’t want to miss the flight."A. turn downB. slow down C. look up D. put forwardRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, or on your ans wer sheet to indicate thecorrect answer to each of the questions from 55 to 64.Overpopulation, the situation of having large numbers of pe ople with too few resources and toolittle space, is closely associated with poverty. It can res ult from high population density, or from lowamounts of resources, or from both. Excessively high popula tion densities put stress on availableresources. Only certain number of people can be supported given area of land, andthatnumber depends on how much food and other resources the land can prov ide. In countries wherepeople live primarily by means of simple fanning, gardening herding, hunting, and gathering, evenlarge areas of land can support only small numbers of people ecause these labour intensivesubsistence activities produce only small amounts of food.In developed countries such as the United States, Japan, and he countries of Western Europe,overpopulation generally is not considered major cause of poverty. These countries produce largequantitics of food through mechanized farming, which depen ds on commercial fertilizers, large-scaleirrigation, and agricultural machinery. This form of produ ction provides enough food to support thehigh densities of people in metropolitan areas.A country’s level of poverty can depend greatly on its mix of opulation density and agriculturalproductivity. Bangladesh, for example, has one of the world ’s highest population densities, with 1,147persons per sq km. large majority of the people of Banglades hengage in low productivity manualfarming, which contributes to the country's extremely high level of poverty. Some of the smallercountries in Western Europe, such as the Netherlands and Bel gium, have high population densities aswell. These countries practise mechanized farming and are nvolved in high-tech industries, however,and therefore have high standards of living. At the other end of the spectrum, many countries in sub-Sahara Africa have population densities ofless than 30 persons per sq km. Many people in these countries practise manual subsistence farming;these countries also have infertileland, and lack the economic resources and technology to boos