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GIÁO ĐÀO BÀI THI TH KỲ THI NGHI TRUNG PH THÔNG CHÍNH TH NĂM 2018- 2019Ề (Đ có 04 trang) MÔN TI NG ANH MÃ 627Ế 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 whose underlined part differs from the otherthree in pronunciation in each of the following questions. Question 1:A. fl ew B. ch ew C. ew D. st ew Question 2:A. ma ch ine B. ar ch itech C. or ch id D. ch aosMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the option that best completes each of the followingexchanges.Question 3: "I see you’re wearing new suit. You look very professional." "............."A. Thank you. I'm seeing client after work B. intend to have some rest.C. Yes. am professor at Leeds University. D. Thanks. It got torn in the bottom.Question 4: "............." "Not today. It seems she is being really moody with everyone."A. Is she angry with you? B. When did she run across that tall man?C. Kim is...
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GIÁO ĐÀO BÀI THI TH KỲ THI NGHI TRUNG PH THÔNG CHÍNH TH NĂM 2018- 2019Ề (Đ có 04 trang) MÔN TI NG ANH MÃ 627Ế 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 whose underlined part differs from the otherthree in pronunciation in each of the following questions. Question 1:A. fl ew B. ch ew C. ew D. st ew Question 2:A. ma ch ine B. ar ch itech C. or ch id D. ch aosMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the option that best completes each of the followingexchanges.Question 3: "I see you’re wearing new suit. You look very professional." "............."A. Thank you. I'm seeing client after work B. intend to have some rest.C. Yes. am professor at Leeds University. D. Thanks. It got torn in the bottom.Question 4: "............." "Not today. It seems she is being really moody with everyone."A. Is she angry with you? B. When did she run across that tall man?C. Kim is such an easy-going person D. Do you often get on well with her?Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions .Question 5: Despite all the problems that she faced, she.....her goal.A. won B. gained C. achieved D. managedQuestion 6: learned how to swim.....an early age.A. at B. during C. since D. fromQuestion 7: I.......myself for not being prepared for the exam.A. rebuke B. charge C. blame D. accuseQuestion 8: The teacher got annoyed because the student showed (n).......of concentration.A. absence B. shortage C. lack D. omissionQuestion 9: I'm......to work long hours, if necessary.A. glad B. eager C. willing D. anxiousQuestion 10: The Earth is......rotating.A. regularly B. usually C. constantly D. frequentlyQuestion 11: Tina’s most......possession is her grandma's ring.A. adored B. cherished C. favourite D. dearQuestion 12: Katya was.....by very strict parents.A. closed up B. raised up C. taught up D. brought upQuestion 13: can......say don’t care what people think about me.A. really B. in fact C. honestly D. sincerelyQuestion 14: make sure exercise on a......basis.A. basic B. standard C. modal D. regularQuestion 15: The teacher.....the errors in my homework.A. pointed out B. made out C. took out D. picked outQuestion 16: Please......to borrow any books you like.A. help yourself B. select C. feel free D. chooseMark 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 17: Do you think £400 would suffice for the trip?A. be economical B. be enough C. be lacking D. cost muchQuestion 18: My father will blow his top when he sees what happened to the car.A. speak his mind B. wash his head C. feel at ease D. become extremely angryRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer toeach of the following questions.TRAVEL AND TECHNOLOGY It wasn't long ago that going on holiday meant visiting or calling travel agent to book your flights and hotel. Now,technology may be putting these travel agencies out of business. For one, more people are going online to find and compareprices of flights and hotels, and plan their own itineraries, while connecting with other travellers and reading about each others'experiences. The Internet has wealth of resources so travellers can learn more about their destination, discover localtreasures, or uncover any potential problems they could encounter. Here are three travellers who have not looked back sincegoing online:Geo 37ff The first thing do when I'm preparing to travel is to visit traveller-review websites like TripAdvisor These interactive siteslet travellers share their experiences at tourist attractions, restaurants, and hotels. They can give each place rating, write areview, or discuss them in online forums. Reading the opinions of genuine travellers can be much more convincing than anyadvertisement. On top of that, reviewers ofen provide tips, like where to find money changer in small town, or which is thebest room in hotel. Also, being able to search for attractions by location, price, or quality rating is big help because the kind Thẩm Tâm Vy’s Archives BÀI THI THỬ TNPT 2019 (10) 1of place I'm looking for depends on whether I'm travelling for work or for leisure. When travel for work, focus on comfortand location. But when I'm with my wife and three kids, always try to get the best value for our money. We also love makingperonalized travel plans that focus on our interests, such as food and beautiful beaches. Hanna, 24 used to accompany my family on package trips with tour guides and expensive accommodation, but travelling like thatseparates you from the local culture. It's not really my style. When go travelling by myself, love to stay with local people, soI use websites like Couchsurfing and Airbnb to find people to stay with. These sites help you connect with someone in yourdestination city so that you can rent their space or even stay in their spare room for free. find that staying with someone isoften more comfortable than staying in hotel, and it's usually cheaper. Also, by staying with locals, you get to meet newpeople and can get sightseeing tips about the city you're visiting. love to experience the culture and not just the touristattractions. So when stay with people, ask them to telI me about cool places they go to, like their favourite cafés, markets,and shops. And by the end of my stay, I've usually made few friends!Rajeev, 28 These days, never leave for trip without my smartphone. use apps and the Internet to access maps, airport information,and many other things. used to take taxis or the subway to get everywhere in new city. But not only does the cost of theserides add up, they're also not great way to see city or learn about new place. With my smartphone, I'm more confidentfinding my own way around. always have access to map, so do lot of walking tours. don't have to worry about gettinglost because can enter my destination into my phone and it will give me directions, and even re-adjusts the route if make awrong turn. I've even used smartphone apps to tour museums in New York and London. With the right apps and an Internetconnection, smartphone makes navigating the city breeze!Question 19: Why does Geoff like using traveller-review websites ?A. Real travellers often give the most accurate and, helpful information.B. He wants to find cheap accomodations.C. He tries to find the cheapest options for his business trips.D. The sites help him meet local people in the places he travels to .Question 20: Which traveller is LEAST likely to use website like Couchsurfing ?A. Hanna B. Rajeev C. All of them D. GeoffQuestion 21: How do websites like Couchsurfing or Airbnb work ?A. They give you sightseeing tips and information on the local culture.B. They help you meet local people who are willing to let you stay with them .C. They help you find cheap and comfortable accommodation in hotels.D. They help tourists with finding information about hotels and restaurants.Question 22: What does the writer mean when he says the three travellers have not looked back line )?A. They are thinking back to their experiences using technology while travelling.B. They now prefer to use technology instead of going to travel agencies .C. They do not regret travelling by themselves.D. They only use the best and latest technology when travelling.Question 23: What does smart phone makes navigating the city breeze last line mean ?A. You get exercise and fresh air doing walking tour with smart phone .B. It’s quite easy to navigate on the map for new destinations.C. smart phone helps you connect to other people for information about city.D. It's very easy to get around the city with smart phone.Question 24: The writer collected these three opinions to ......A. show teenagers’ trend of travellingB. show the different ways people are using technology to improve travelC. convince people that technology is not necessary for travelD. illustrate the pros and cons of travel-related technologyQuestion 25: Why does the writer think travel agencies are going out of business ?A. The prices are too expensive B. Travel agancies are not available.C. Booking for tour is complicated. D. More people are going online to suitable flights and hotels .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 .OUR ENERGY RESOURCES There are two categories of energy resources: renewable and non-renewable. Non-renewable energy resources cannot bereplaced once they have been used up. Renewable energy resources, on the other hand, never run out. Non-renewable energy comes from fossil fuels ...(26)... as coal, oil and natural gas. They were formed over millions of yearsfrom the remains of living things, and it would take millions of years to replace them. Fossil fuels release energy when they areburnt, but they also release large amounts of carbon dioxide, ...(27)... pollutes the atmosphere and increases global warming. Renewable energy resources include wind, water and solar power. The Earth has an endless supply of these forms of power,and using them causes little or no pollution. The power of the wind is ...(28)... into electricity using wind turbines. The powerof moving water, whether from dams, or the ocean waves, can drive hydroelectric turbines, while energy from the sun canprovide heat or be turned into electricity. Thẩm Tâm Vy’s Archives BÀI THI THỬ TNPT 2019 (10) 2Cutting down on the amount of fossil fuels we use would ...(29)... pollution and conserve the Earth’s resources before theydisappear completely. We can all help. For example, we can slow down when driving and walk to school ...(30)... than travelby car, and we can turn off the lights when we leave the room. Question 26:A. such B. well C. same D. similar Question 27:A. that B. it C. which D. this Question 28:A. changed B. converted C. put D. made Question 29:A. raise B. settle C. reduce D. solve Question 30:A. faster B. more C. better D. ratherMark 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 31:A. cathedral B. tragedy C. fortunat D. satellite Question 32:A. competent B. departure C. momentary D. contraryRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer toeach of the following questions.A JOURNEY UNDER THE SEA Several years ago, my wife and came upon an advertisement in travel magazine for an international exchange programmepromising “the chance of lifetime”. Not one to let such an intriguing opportunity pass me by, but bit hesitant about takingsuch leap into the unknown, did some research and discovered that the programme involved something calledhouseswapping After much discussion, my family and decided to, as they say, go for it. Consequently, we were soon jetting off for holidayin the Peak District of England while our exchange partners were settling down for their vacation in our flat back home in MtVernon, Washington. The exchange was for month and the time passed quickly. To end our time away on high note, wedecided to travel to Paris via the engineering marvel known as the Channel Tunnel. Being on fairly tight budget we opted for package deal which included round-trip tickets on the Eurostar passengertrain, five nights in three-star hotel in Paris, Metro passes and unlimited use of the Paris bus system. When the package stillhadn't arrived after week, began to think that perhaps our trip hadn't been such good idea after all. Maybe it was signthat we shouldn't go. The tickets and vouchers eventually arrived and scolded myself for having had such silly thoughts. On the day of departure,with plenty of time to spare, my two teenage children, my wife and stood waiting eagerly on the platform at Waterloo Station.At exactly 7.57 am, we boarded our train and began our journey through the picturesque county of Kent. About an hour intoour journey, an announcement, in both English and French, informed us that we were about to enter the Channel Tunnel The Eurostar adverts had boasted proudly about the engineering feat that was the ‘Chunnel', and the convenience it offered tothose travelling between England and the Continent. They had spoken highly of the “lack of rough seas” and to me, personwho gets seasick very easily, this was major selling point. When all is said and done, however, must admit that there weremoments when felt quite nervous about travelling 50 metres below the bottom of the English Channel. Inside the tunnel itself,there really wasn't much to grab my attention no posters or other artwork, so busied myself studying the occupants of ourcarriage. Some calmly read novels or newspapers; others quietly looked through business reports and notes. quickly realised,however, that most of my fellow passengers were like my family in that they looked excited and very happy to be enjoyingsuch novel travel experience. Our underwater journey ended as quickly as it had begun. All of sudden, we left the darkness of the tunnel behind andnosed out into the light of the pleasant French morning. The tracks being well-built, we quickly accelerated to 300 kph, thespeed of Boeing 747 at take-off. We arrived in Paris' busy city centre mere 180 minutes after leaving London. That journey,and indeed the whole time that we spent on the exchange programme, have given us all yearning for new experiences, andmany wonderful memories that we will cherish forever.[Source: WISHES, B2.1 Student’s Book, Virginia Evans, 2010]Question 33: How did the writer first learn about the house-swapping scheme ?A. by doing research B. purely by chance C. through travel agent D. from his wifeQuestion 34: How was the writer’s attitude changed by his experiences ?A. He began to think more about the past. B. He saw the value of doing new things .C. He realised his journey was special D. He saw that he needn’t have worried so much.Question 35: The writer uses the phrase go for it paragraph to express the idea of ...A. having choice. B. flying on jet. C. going abroad. D. taking risk .Question 36: Why did the writer choose the package deal ?A. It was cheap for what it offered B. They wanted to travel via the Channel Tunnel.C. It included stay in top-class hotel. D. It allowed them to use the Metro and bus system.Question 37: The writer was most attracted by the fact that the Eurostar train ...A. used such well-designed tunnel. B. travelled so far below sea level.C. offered convenient way to travel. D. was unaffected by sea conditions .Question 38: The writer scolded himself paragraph because ...A. the tickets arrived late. B. they had to wait long time on the platform.C. he had worried unnecessarily D. he thought the trip was silly idea.Question 39: We learn from the writer that ...A. the trip from London to Paris took hours B. the train’s top speed is 300 kph. Thẩm Tâm Vy’s Archives BÀI THI THỬ TNPT 2019 (10) 3C. Paris’ city centre is busier than London’s. D. the train accelerates faster than Boeing 747.Question 40: What did the writer do during his journey through the tunnel ?A. He studied business report. B. He looked at the other passengers .C. He wished the journey would end quickly. D. He read novel about travelling.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 41: The first global polution convention was held in Hong Kong and it was attended by scientists from over theworld.A. was attended B. first global polution C. over D. was heldQuestion 42: He is the only person in this factory knows how to operate that new equipment.A. knows how to B. that C. the only D. inQuestion 43: They bought that book for trying to learn Portuguese .A. bought B. for trying C. learn D. PortugueseMark 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 44: I'm so bored at work, wish they'd give me something could really get my teeth into .A. raise my lips at B. set my heart on C. begin eating D. drop out fromQuestion 45: don’t think John is quite soft touch easy to persuade.A. red brick B. hard nut C. fast talker D. stiff wallMark 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 46: He didn't realise his experiments would change the future of science.A. The realisation of his experiments was not thought to change the future of science.B. He thought his experiments would never change the future of science.C. Little did he realise that his experiments would change the future of science .D. His experiments would really never change the future of science.Question 47: Can you describe your son to the policeman, please?A. Will you please tell the policeman your son’s description?B. Can your description be made to the policeman?C. Is it possible that the policeman describe your son?D. Can you tell the policeman what your son looks like please ?Question 48: No matter how hard he tries, he’ll never pass the exam .A. There’s no point in trying because he’ll never pass the exam .B. Although he tries hard, he will pass the exam.C. Hard as he tries, he will ever pass the exam.D. Unless he tries hard, he won’t pass the exam.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: He got married to celebrity. He got divorced two years later. A. He got divorced to celibrity after getting married to her for two years B. After two years of getting married to celebrity, he got divorced. C. After getting married to celebrity, he got divorced two years.D. After he got married to celebrity, he got divorced two years later.Question 50: She had attempted lot. She kept failing her driving test .A. Despite numerous attempts, she kept failing her driving test .B. Hard as she had tried to, she was failed in her driving test.C. Her driving test was failed although she had tried much.D. Her driving test was failure in spite of her numerous attempts.The End Thẩm Tâm Vy’s Archives BÀI THI THỬ TNPT 2019 (10) 4S GIÁO ĐÀO BÀI THI TH KỲ THI NGHI TRUNG PH THÔNG CHÍNH TH NĂM 2018- 2019Ề (Đ có 04 trang) MÔN TI NG ANH MÃ 528Ế 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 whose underlined part differs from the otherthree in pronunciation in each of the following questions. Question 1:A. or ch id B. ma ch ine C. ar ch itech D. ch aos Question 2:A. ew B. st ew C. ch ew D. fl ewMark 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: Can you describe your son to the policeman, please?A. Can you tell the policeman what your son looks like please?B. Can your description be made to the policeman?C. Is it possible that the policeman describe your son?D. Will you please tell the policeman your son’s description?Question 4: He didn't realise his experiments would change the future of science.A. Little did he realise that his experiments would change the future of science.B. His experiments would really never change the future of science.C. He thought his experiments would never change the future of science.D. The realisation of his experiments was not thought to change the future of science.Question 5: No matter how hard he tries, he’ll never pass the exam .A. Hard as he tries, he will ever pass the exam.B. There’s no point in trying because he’ll never pass the exam.C. Although he tries hard, he will pass the exam.D. Unless he tries hard, he won’t pass the exam.Mark 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 6: My father will blow his top when he sees what happened to the car.A. become extremely angry B. feel at ease C. speak his mind D. wash his headQuestion 7: Do you think £400 would suffice for the trip?A. cost much B. be economical C. be lacking D. be enoughMark 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 8: He got married to celebrity. He got divorced two years later. A. He got divorced to celibrity after getting married to her for two years. B. After he got married to celebrity, he got divorced two years later.C. After getting married to celebrity, he got divorced two years.D. After two years of getting married to celebrity, he got divorced. Question 9: She had attempted lot. She kept failing her driving test .A. Her driving test was failure in spite of her numerous attempts.B. Hard as she had tried to, she was failed in her driving test.C. Despite numerous attempts, she kept failing her driving test.D. Her driving test was failed although she had tried much.Mark 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 10:A. fortunat B. cathedral C. satellite D. tragedy Question 11:A. competent B. contrary C. departure D. momentaryMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the option that best completes each of the followingexchanges.Question 12: "............." "Not today. It seems she is being really moody with everyone."A. Do you often get on well with her? B. When did she run across that tall man?C. Is she angry with you? D. Kim is such an easy-going person.Question 13: "I see you’re wearing new suit. You look very professional." "............."A. Yes. am professor at Leeds University. B. Thank you. I'm seeing client after work.C. Thanks. It got torn in the bottom. D. intend to have some rest.Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer toeach of the following questions.A JOURNEY UNDER THE SEA Several years ago, my wife and came upon an advertisement in travel magazine for an international exchange programmepromising “the chance of lifetime”. Not one to let such an intriguing opportunity pass me by, but bit hesitant about takingsuch leap into the unknown, did some research and discovered that the programme involved something calledhouseswapping Thẩm Tâm Vy’s Archives BÀI THI THỬ TNPT 2019 (10) 5After much discussion, my family and decided to, as they say, go for it. Consequently, we were soon jetting off for holidayin the Peak District of England while our exchange partners were settling down for their vacation in our flat back home in MtVernon, Washington. The exchange was for month and the time passed quickly. To end our time away on high note, wedecided to travel to Paris via the engineering marvel known as the Channel Tunnel. Being on fairly tight budget we opted for package deal which included round-trip tickets on the Eurostar passengertrain, five nights in three-star hotel in Paris, Metro passes and unlimited use of the Paris bus system. When the package stillhadn't arrived after week, began to think that perhaps our trip hadn't been such good idea after all. Maybe it was signthat we shouldn't go. The tickets and vouchers eventually arrived and scolded myself for having had such silly thoughts. On the day of departure,with plenty of time to spare, my two teenage children, my wife and stood waiting eagerly on the platform at Waterloo Station.At exactly 7.57 am, we boarded our train and began our journey through the picturesque county of Kent. About an hour intoour journey, an announcement, in both English and French, informed us that we were about to enter the Channel Tunnel The Eurostar adverts had boasted proudly about the engineering feat that was the ‘Chunnel', and the convenience it offered tothose travelling between England and the Continent. They had spoken highly of the “lack of rough seas” and to me, personwho gets seasick very easily, this was major selling point. When all is said and done, however, must admit that there weremoments when felt quite nervous about travelling 50 metres below the bottom of the English Channel. Inside the tunnel itself,there really wasn't much to grab my attention no posters or other artwork, so busied myself studying the occupants of ourcarriage. Some calmly read novels or newspapers; others quietly looked through business reports and notes. quickly realised,however, that most of my fellow passengers were like my family in that they looked excited and very happy to be enjoyingsuch novel travel experience. Our underwater journey ended as quickly as it had begun. All of sudden, we left the darkness of the tunnel behind andnosed out into the light of the pleasant French morning. The tracks being well-built, we quickly accelerated to 300 kph, thespeed of Boeing 747 at take-off. We arrived in Paris' busy city centre mere 180 minutes after leaving London. That journey,and indeed the whole time that we spent on the exchange programme, have given us all yearning for new experiences, andmany wonderful memories that we will cherish forever.[Source: WISHES, B2.1 Student’s Book, Virginia Evans, 2010 ]Question 14: How did the writer first learn about the house-swapping scheme ?A. from his wife B. through travel agent C. by doing research D. purely by chanceQuestion 15: What did the writer do during his journey through the tunnel ?A. He looked at the other passengers. B. He studied business report.C. He read novel about travelling. D. He wished the journey would end quickly.Question 16: Why did the writer choose the package deal ?A. It was cheap for what it offered. B. It allowed them to use the Metro and bus system.C. It included stay in top-class hotel. D. They wanted to travel via the Channel Tunnel.Question 17: How was the writer’s attitude changed by his experiences ?A. He realised his journey was special B. He saw the value of doing new things.C. He began to think more about the past. D. He saw that he needn’t have worried so much.Question 18: We learn from the writer that ...A. the train accelerates faster than Boeing 747. B. the trip from London to Paris took hours.C. the train’s top speed is 300 kph. D. Paris’ city centre is busier than London’s.Question 19: The writer was most attracted by the fact that the Eurostar train ...A. travelled so far below sea level. B. was unaffected by sea conditions.C. used such well-designed tunnel. D. offered convenient way to travel.Question 20: The writer uses the phrase go for it paragraph to express the idea of ...A. going abroad. B. having choice. C. flying on jet. D. taking risk.Question 21: The writer scolded himself paragraph because ...A. they had to wait long time on the platform. B. he had worried unnecessarily.C. the tickets arrived late. D. he thought the trip was silly idea.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 .OUR ENERGY RESOURCES There are two categories of energy resources: renewable and non-renewable. Non-renewable energy resources cannot bereplaced once they have been used up. Renewable energy resources, on the other hand, never run out. Non-renewable energy comes from fossil fuels ...(22)... as coal, oil and natural gas. They were formed over millions of yearsfrom the remains of living things, and it would take millions of years to replace them. Fossil fuels release energy when they areburnt, but they also release large amounts of carbon dioxide, ...(23)... pollutes the atmosphere and increases global warming. Renewable energy resources include wind, water and solar power. The Earth has an endless supply of these forms of power,and using them causes little or no pollution. The power of the wind is ...(24)... into electricity using wind turbines. The powerof moving water, whether from dams, or the ocean waves, can drive hydroelectric turbines, while energy from the sun canprovide heat or be turned into electricity. Cutting down on the amount of fossil fuels we use would ...(25)... pollution and conserve the Earth’s resources before theydisappear completely. We can all help. For example, we can slow down when driving and walk to school ...(26)... than travelby car, and we can turn off the lights when we leave the room. Thẩm Tâm Vy’s Archives BÀI THI THỬ TNPT 2019 (10) 6Question 22:A. similar B. same C. such D. well Question 23:A. which B. that C. it D. this Question 24:A. made B. converted C. changed D. put Question 25:A. reduce B. solve C. settle D. raise Question 26:A. better B. faster C. more D. ratherMark 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 27: don’t think John is quite soft touch easy to persuade.A. fast talker B. hard nut C. red brick D. stiff wallQuestion 28: I'm so bored at work, wish they'd give me something could really get my teeth into .A. begin eating B. raise my lips at C. set my heart on D. drop out fromMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of thefollowing questions.Question 29: The first global polution convention was held in Hong Kong and it was attended by scientists from over theworld.A. over B. was held C. first global polution D. was attendedQuestion 30: They bought that book for trying to learn Portuguese .A. Portuguese B. learn C. for trying D. boughtQuestion 31: He is the only person in this factory knows how to operate that new equipment.A. the only B. knows how to C. in D. thatRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer toeach of the following questions.TRAVEL AND TECHNOLOGY It wasn't long ago that going on holiday meant visiting or calling travel agent to book your flights and hotel. Now,technology may be putting these travel agencies out of business. For one, more people are going online to find and compareprices of flights and hotels, and plan their own itineraries, while connecting with other travellers and reading about each others'experiences. The Internet has wealth of resources so travellers can learn more about their destination, discover localtreasures, or uncover any potential problems they could encounter. Here are three travellers who have not looked back sincegoing online:Geo 37ff The first thing do when I'm preparing to travel is to visit traveller-review websites like TripAdvisor These interactive siteslet travellers share their experiences at tourist attractions, restaurants, and hotels. They can give each place rating, write areview, or discuss them in online forums. Reading the opinions of genuine travellers can be much more convincing than anyadvertisement. On top of that, reviewers ofen provide tips, like where to find money changer in small town, or which is thebest room in hotel. Also, being able to search for attractions by location, price, or quality rating is big help because the kindof place I'm looking for depends on whether I'm travelling for work or for leisure. When travel for work, focus on comfortand location. But when I'm with my wife and three kids, always try to get the best value for our money. We also love makingperonalized travel plans that focus on our interests, such as food and beautiful beaches. Hanna, 24 used to accompany my family on package trips with tour guides and expensive accommodation, but travelling like thatseparates you from the local culture. It's not really my style. When go travelling by myself, love to stay with local people, soI use websites like Couchsurfing and Airbnb to find people to stay with. These sites help you connect with someone in yourdestination city so that you can rent their space or even stay in their spare room for free. find that staying with someone isoften more comfortable than staying in hotel, and it's usually cheaper. Also, by staying with locals, you get to meet newpeople and can get sightseeing tips about the city you're visiting. love to experience the culture and not just the touristattractions. So when stay with people, ask them to telI me about cool places they go to, like their favourite cafés, markets,and shops. And by the end of my stay, I've usually made few friends!Rajeev, 28 These days, never leave for trip without my smartphone. use apps and the Internet to access maps, airport information,and many other things. used to take taxis or the subway to get everywhere in new city. But not only does the cost of theserides add up, they're also not great way to see city or learn about new place. With my smartphone, I'm more confidentfinding my own way around. always have access to map, so do lot of walking tours. don't have to worry about gettinglost because can enter my destination into my phone and it will give me directions, and even re-adjusts the route if make awrong turn. I've even used smartphone apps to tour museums in New York and London. With the right apps and an Internetconnection, smartphone makes navigating the city breeze!Question 32: What does the writer mean when he says the three travellers have not looked back line )?A. They only use the best and latest technology when travelling.B. They do not regret travelling by themselves.C. They now prefer to use technology instead of going to travel agencies.D. They are thinking back to their experiences using technology while travelling.Question 33: The writer collected these three opinions to ......A. convince people that technology is not necessary for travel Thẩm Tâm Vy’s Archives BÀI THI THỬ TNPT 2019 (10) 7B. show teenagers’ trend of travellingC. show the different ways people are using technology to improve travelD. illustrate the pros and cons of travel-related technologyQuestion 34: Why does Geoff like using traveller-review websites ?A. He wants to find cheap accomodations.B. The sites help him meet local people in the places he travels to.C. He tries to find the cheapest options for his business trips.D. Real travellers often give the most accurate and, helpful information.Question 35: What does smart phone makes navigating the city breeze last line mean ?A. It’s quite easy to navigate on the map for new destinations.B. smart phone helps you connect to other people for information about city.C. It's very easy to get around the city with smart phone.D. You get exercise and fresh air doing walking tour with smart phone.Question 36: Why does the writer think travel agencies are going out of business ?A. More people are going online to suitable flights and hotels. B. The prices are too expensiveC. Booking for tour is complicated. D. Travel agancies are not available.Question 37: Which traveller is LEAST likely to use website like Couchsurfing ?A. Rajeev B. All of them C. Hanna D. GeoffQuestion 38: How do websites like Couchsurfing or Airbnb work ?A. They help you meet local people who are willing to let you stay with them.B. They help tourists with finding information about hotels and restaurants.C. They help you find cheap and comfortable accommodation in hotels.D. They give you sightseeing tips and information on the local culture. Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions .Question 39: Despite all the problems that she faced, she.....her goal.A. gained B. managed C. achieved D. wonQuestion 40: The teacher.....the errors in my homework.A. picked out B. took out C. made out D. pointed outQuestion 41: Please......to borrow any books you like.A. select B. help yourself C. choose D. feel free Question 42: Tina’s most......possession is her grandma's ring.A. favourite B. adored C. dear D. cherishedQuestion 43: The teacher got annoyed because the student showed (n).......of concentration.A. shortage B. lack C. absence D. omissionQuestion 44: I'm......to work long hours, if necessary.A. anxious B. glad C. eager D. willingQuestion 45: can......say don’t care what people think about me.A. in fact B. really C. honestly D. sincerelyQuestion 46: learned how to swim.....an early age.A. since B. from C. during D. atQuestion 47: Katya was.....by very strict parents.A. taught up B. raised up C. brought up D. closed upQuestion 48: The Earth is......rotating.A. constantly B. regularly C. usually D. frequentlyQuestion 49: make sure exercise on a......basis.A. modal B. basic C. standard D. regularQuestion 50: I.......myself for not being prepared for the exam.A. charge B. accuse C. blame D. rebukeThe End Thẩm Tâm Vy’s Archives BÀI THI THỬ TNPT 2019 (10) 8S GIÁO ĐÀO BÀI THI TH KỲ THI NGHI TRUNG PH THÔNG CHÍNH TH NĂM 2018- 2019Ề (Đ có 04 trang) MÔN TI NG ANH MÃ 236Ế 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 whose underlined part differs from the otherthree in pronunciation in each of the following questions. Question 1:A. fl ew B. ch ew C. st ew D. ew Question 2:A. ar ch itech B. ma ch ine C. ch aos D. or ch idMark 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 3:A. contrary B. momentary C. departure D. competent Question 4:A. tragedy B. fortunat C. satellite D. cathedralMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions .Question 5: Despite all the problems that she faced, she.....her goal.A. achieved B. won C. managed D. gainedQuestion 6: make sure exercise on a......basis.A. regular B. standard C. modal D. basicQuestion 7: Tina’s most......possession is her grandma's ring.A. adored B. favourite C. dear D. cherishedQuestion 8: The Earth is......rotating.A. usually B. constantly C. frequently D. regularlyQuestion 9: Please......to borrow any books you like.A. feel free B. help yourself C. choose D. selectQuestion 10: The teacher.....the errors in my homework.A. took out B. picked out C. pointed out D. made outQuestion 11: I'm......to work long hours, if necessary.A. anxious B. willing C. glad D. eagerQuestion 12: I.......myself for not being prepared for the exam.A. accuse B. charge C. rebuke D. blameQuestion 13: The teacher got annoyed because the student showed (n).......of concentration.A. omission B. lack C. shortage D. absenceQuestion 14: learned how to swim.....an early age.A. at B. during C. from D. sinceQuestion 15: can......say don’t care what people think about me.A. honestly B. sincerely C. in fact D. reallyQuestion 16: Katya was.....by very strict parents.A. closed up B. brought up C. raised up D. taught up Mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentencesin the following questions.Question 17: He got married to celebrity. He got divorced two years later.A. After two years of getting married to celebrity, he got divorced. B. After he got married to celebrity, he got divorced two years later.C. After getting married to celebrity, he got divorced two years. D. He got divorced to celibrity after getting married to her for two years. Question 18: She had attempted lot. She kept failing her driving test .A. Despite numerous attempts, she kept failing her driving test.B. Her driving test was failure in spite of her numerous attempts.C. Her driving test was failed although she had tried much.D. Hard as she had tried to, she was failed in her driving test.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 19: don’t think John is quite soft touch easy to persuade.A. stiff wall B. red brick C. fast talker D. hard nutQuestion 20: I'm so bored at work, wish they'd give me something could really get my teeth into .A. drop out from B. set my heart on C. begin eating D. raise my lips atMark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of thefollowing questions.Question 21: They bought that book for trying to learn Portuguese .A. Portuguese B. learn C. bought D. for tryingQuestion 22: He is the only person in this factory knows how to operate that new equipment.A. in B. the only C. knows how to D. that Thẩm Tâm Vy’s Archives BÀI THI THỬ TNPT 2019 (10) 9Question 23: The first global polution convention was held in Hong Kong and it was attended by scientists from over theworld.A. was attended B. over C. first global polution D. was heldRead the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer toeach of the following questions.TRAVEL AND TECHNOLOGY It wasn't long ago that going on holiday meant visiting or calling travel agent to book your flights and hotel. Now,technology may be putting these travel agencies out of business. For one, more people are going online to find and compareprices of flights and hotels, and plan their own itineraries, while connecting with other travellers and reading about each others'experiences. The Internet has wealth of resources so travellers can learn more about their destination, discover localtreasures, or uncover any potential problems they could encounter. Here are three travellers who have not looked back sincegoing online:Geo 37ff The first thing do when I'm preparing to travel is to visit traveller-review websites like TripAdvisor These interactive siteslet travellers share their experiences at tourist attractions, restaurants, and hotels. They can give each place rating, write areview, or discuss them in online forums. Reading the opinions of genuine travellers can be much more convincing than anyadvertisement. On top of that, reviewers ofen provide tips, like where to find money changer in small town, or which is thebest room in hotel. Also, being able to search for attractions by location, price, or quality rating is big help because the kindof place I'm looking for depends on whether I'm travelling for work or for leisure. When travel for work, focus on comfortand location. But when I'm with my wife and three kids, always try to get the best value for our money. We also love makingperonalized travel plans that focus on our interests, such as food and beautiful beaches. Hanna, 24 used to accompany my family on package trips with tour guides and expensive accommodation, but travelling like thatseparates you from the local culture. It's not really my style. When go travelling by myself, love to stay with local people, soI use websites like Couchsurfing and Airbnb to find people to stay with. These sites help you connect with someone in yourdestination city so that you can rent their space or even stay in their spare room for free. find that staying with someone isoften more comfortable than staying in hotel, and it's usually cheaper. Also, by staying with locals, you get to meet newpeople and can get sightseeing tips about the city you're visiting. love to experience the culture and not just the touristattractions. So when stay with people, ask them to telI me about cool places they go to, like their favourite cafés, markets,and shops. And by the end of my stay, I've usually made few friends!Rajeev, 28 These days, never leave for trip without my smartphone. use apps and the Internet to access maps, airport information,and many other things. used to take taxis or the subway to get everywhere in new city. But not only does the cost of theserides add up, they're also not great way to see city or learn about new place. With my smartphone, I'm more confidentfinding my own way around. always have access to map, so do lot of walking tours. don't have to worry about gettinglost because can enter my destination into my phone and it will give me directions, and even re-adjusts the route if make awrong turn. I've even used smartphone apps to tour museums in New York and London. With the right apps and an Internetconnection, smartphone makes navigating the city breeze!Question 24: The writer collected these three opinions to ......A. show the different ways people are using technology to improve travelB. illustrate the pros and cons of travel-related technologyC. convince people that technology is not necessary for travelD. show teenagers’ trend of travellingQuestion 25: How do websites like Couchsurfing or Airbnb work ?A. They give you sightseeing tips and information on the local culture.B. They help tourists with finding information about hotels and restaurants.C. They help you find cheap and comfortable accommodation in hotels.D. They help you meet local people who are willing to let you stay with them.Question 26: Why does Geoff like using traveller-review websites ?A. The sites help him meet local people in the places he travels to.B. He tries to find the cheapest options for his business trips.C. He wants to find cheap accomodations.D. Real travellers often give the most accurate and, helpful information.Question 27: Which traveller is LEAST likely to use website like Couchsurfing ?A. Hanna B. Geoff C. Rajeev D. All of themQuestion 28: Why does the writer think travel agencies are going out of business ?A. Booking for tour is complicated. B. The prices are too expensiveC. More people are going online to suitable flights and hotels. D. Travel agancies are not available.Question 29: What does smart phone makes navigating the city breeze last line mean ?A. It's very easy to get around the city with smart phone.B. smart phone helps you connect to other people for information about city.C. You get exercise and fresh air doing walking tour with smart phone. Thẩm Tâm Vy’s Archives BÀI THI THỬ TNPT 2019 (10) 10

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