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MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 816
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Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 1: The professor is thinking to go to the conference on nuclear power next month.
A. on nuclear power
B. is
C. next month
D. to go
Question 2: His father does not approve of him to go to the party without dressing formally.
A. formally

B. him to go
C. without dressing
D. does not
Question 3: No one would have attended the lecture if you told the truth about the guest speaker.
A. attended
B. truth
C. guest speaker
D. told
Question 4: The bomb which went out this morning caused a lot of damage.
A. damaged
B. went out
C. caused
D. which
Question 5: Before the 1920s, no women have voted in national elections in the US.
A. no
B. have voted
C. the
D. in
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 6: If George keeps studying as he has been, he'll have no trouble in passing his exams.
A. George has trouble in passing his exams.
B. George will not pass his exams because he is not studying.
C. George has passed his exams.
D. George is studying hard to pass his exams.
Question 7: Nothing but the whole story would satisfy Tim.
A. Tim wouldn't be satisfied with anything.
B. Tim insisted on being told the complete story.
C. Tim wanted to know just the end of the story.
D. On the whole, Tim was satisfied with the story.
Question 8: John didn't attend the class because he was seriously ill.
A. John's class was not serious.
B. John was absent from class many times.
C. John never attended the class.
D. John was too ill to attend the class.
Question 9: My mother had the house decorated.
A. My mother had to decorate the house.
B. The house is going to be decorated by my mother.
C. My mother has just decorated the house.
D. My mother had someone decorate the house.
Question 10: Robert outdoes his brother in maths.

A. His brother surpasses Robert in maths,
B. Robert and his brother make the same grade in maths.
C. Robert always does his brother's maths.
D. Robert surpasses his brother in maths.
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 11:A. postpone B. postcard
C. product
D. purpose
Question 12:A. textile
B. believe
C. silence
D. nothing
Question 13:A. computer B. company
C. museum
D. committee
Question 14:A. politics
B. homemaking
C. involvement
D. childbearing
Question 15:A. elephant B. elegant
C. element
D. elaborate
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
Women's Rights, rights that establish the same social, economic, and political ...(16)... for women as for men. Women's
rights guarantee that women will not face ...(17)... on the basis of their sex. Until the second half of the 20 th century, women
in most societies were denied some of the legal and political rights accorded ...(18)... men. Although women in much of the
world have gained significant legal rights, many people believe that women still do not have ...(19)... political, economic, and
social equality with men.
Throughout much of the history of Western civilization, ...(20)... cultural beliefs allowed women only limited roles in
society. Many people believed that women’s natural roles were as mothers and wives. These people ...(21)... women to be
better suited ...(22)... childbearing and homemaking rather than for involvement ...(23)... the public life of business or politics.
Widespread belief that women were intellectually inferior to men led most societies to ...(24)... women's education to learning
domestic ...(25)....Well-educated, upper-class men controlled most positions of employment and power in society.
Question 16:A. status
B. position
C. place
D. seat
Question 17:A. difference B. distinguish
C. differences
D. discrimination
Question 18:A. as
B. with
C. to
D. for
Question 19:A. total
B. full
C. finished
D. complete
Question 20:A. deep-based B. deep-footed
C. in-depth
D. deep-seated
Question 21:A. All are correct B. considered
C. thought
D. believed
Question 22:A. as
B. with
C. to
D. for
Question 23:A. with
B. in
C. about
D. at
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Question 24:A. ban
B.deny
C. allow
D. limit
Question 25:A. skills
B. work
C. tasks
D. duty
Choose the best answer among A, B, C, or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 26: Man is killing......all the fish in the sea.
A. away
B. out
C. up
D. off
Question 27: He had a......desire to become a doctor when he was young.
A. C and D
B. deeply-rooted
C. deep-rooted
D. deep-seated
Question 28: If you leave......any information, the form will be returned to you.
A. down
B. away
C. out
D. up
Question 29: The gunman told the victim to hand......all his money.
A. off
B. out
C. in
D. over
Question 30: Don't throw your jacket on the bed. Hang it......
A. over
B. in
C. up
D. on
Question 31: The supervisor told her to keep.....the good work.
A. with
B. on
C. up
D. over
Question 32: The media play a/an......role in influencing people's opinions.
A. important
B. major
C. essential
D. All are correct
Question 33: I couldn't make......all the words on the sign because my glasses were dirty.
A. up with
B. up
C. out
D. clear
Question 34: Tony and Nancy always kiss and make......after their arguments.
A. with
B. up with
C. up
D. off
Question 35: If you don't know what a word means, look it......in the dictionary.
A. over
B. at
C. on
D. up
Question 36: If people can bribe police officers, it makes a complete......of the legal system.
A. inability
B. break
C. sense
D. nonsense
Question 37: The article......doubts about how effective the new drug really was.
A. raised
B. rose
C. increased
D. brought
Question 38: Cross........my name because I won’t be able to attend.
A. up
B. out
C. away
D. down
Question 39: Security is very important in this building. Don’t let anyone......unless they show you proper identification.
A. on
B. in
C. off
D. out
Question 40: Look this document.......carefully before you sign it.
A. at
B. up
C. over
D. on
Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 41:A. opened
B. linked
C. lived
D. arrived
Question 42:A. station
B. transfer
C. cable
D. stable
Question 43:A. pear
B. tearing
C. bear
D. hear
Question 44:A. gone
B. none
C. done
D. won
Question 45:A. some
B. come
C. comb
D. comfortable
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage:
Until the 19th century, the denial of equal rights to women met with only occasional protest and drew little attention from
most people. Because most women lacked the educational and economic resources that would enable them to challenge the
prevailing social order, women generally accepted their inferior status as their only option. At this time, women shared these
disadvantages with the majority of working class men, as many social, economic, and political rights were restricted to the
wealthy elite. In the 19th century, as governments in Europe and North America began to draft new laws guaranteeing equality
among men, significant numbers of women - and some men - began to demand that women be accorded equal rights as well.
At the same time, the Industrial Revolution in Europe and North America further divided the roles of men and women.
Before the Industrial Revolution most people worked in farming or crafts-making, both of which took place in or near the
home. Men and women usually divided the numerous tasks among themselves and their children. Industrialization led male
workers to seek employment outside of the home in factories and other large-scale enterprises. The growing split between
home and work reinforced the idea that women’s “rightful place” was in the home, while men belonged in the public world of
employment and politics.
Organized efforts by women to achieve greater rights occurred in two major waves. The first wave began around the mid19th century, when women in the United States and elsewhere campaigned to gain suffrage - that is, the right to vote. This
wave lasted until the 1920s, when several countries granted women suffrage.
Question 46: Until the 19th century, what was the status of the working class men in the society?
A. They had much power in the society.
B. They had the same rights as women.
C. They had no right at all.
D. They did not have much power compared to the wealthy people.
Question 47: What did the effect of the Industrial Revolution in Europe and North America bring about?
A. Well-educated, upper-class men controlled most positions of employment and power in society.
B. It did not bring the equality to women.
C. Male workers tried to seek employment outside of the home.
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D. All are correct.
Question 48: Why did the denial of equal rights to women draw little attention from the society until the 19 th century?
A. All are correct.
B. They could not challenge the prevailing social order.
C. Most women lacked the educational and economic resources. D. They did not have any other option.
Question 49: What was the aim of the women’s movement in the United States in the 1920s?
A. To gain the right to vote.
B. To gain the right to have much power in the society.
C. To gain the right to go to work in the factory.
D. To have the complete equality to men.
Question 50: When did the women’s movement start in Western countries?
A. In the 18th century.
B. In the early 20th century.
th
C. In the late 18 century.
D. In the 19th century.

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ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017
MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 837
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề

Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 1:A. opened
B. lived
C. arrived
D. linked
Question 2:A. tearing
B. hear
C. bear
D. pear
Question 3:A. won
B. none
C. done
D. gone
Question 4:A. cable
B. transfer
C. stable
D. station
Question 5:A. comb
B. come
C. some
D. comfortable
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 6:A. politics
B. homemaking
C. involvement
D. childbearing
Question 7:A. nothing
B. believe
C. silence
D. textile
Question 8:A. company
B. museum
C. computer
D. committee
Question 9:A. product
B. postcard
C. postpone
D. purpose
Question 10:A. elephant B. elegant
C. elaborate
D. element
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage:
Until the 19th century, the denial of equal rights to women met with only occasional protest and drew little attention from
most people. Because most women lacked the educational and economic resources that would enable them to challenge the
prevailing social order, women generally accepted their inferior status as their only option. At this time, women shared these
disadvantages with the majority of working class men, as many social, economic, and political rights were restricted to the
wealthy elite. In the 19th century, as governments in Europe and North America began to draft new laws guaranteeing equality
among men, significant numbers of women - and some men - began to demand that women be accorded equal rights as well.
At the same time, the Industrial Revolution in Europe and North America further divided the roles of men and women.
Before the Industrial Revolution most people worked in farming or crafts-making, both of which took place in or near the
home. Men and women usually divided the numerous tasks among themselves and their children. Industrialization led male
workers to seek employment outside of the home in factories and other large-scale enterprises. The growing split between
home and work reinforced the idea that women’s “rightful place” was in the home, while men belonged in the public world of
employment and politics.
Organized efforts by women to achieve greater rights occurred in two major waves. The first wave began around the mid19th century, when women in the United States and elsewhere campaigned to gain suffrage - that is, the right to vote. This
wave lasted until the 1920s, when several countries granted women suffrage.
Question 11: Why did the denial of equal rights to women draw little attention from the society until the 19 th century?
A. They did not have any other option.
B. All are correct.
C. Most women lacked the educational and economic resources. D. They could not challenge the prevailing social order.
Question 12: What was the aim of the women’s movement in the United States in the 1920s?
A. To gain the right to have much power in the society. B. To gain the right to vote.
C. To gain the right to go to work in the factory.
D. To have the complete equality to men.
Question 13: Until the 19th century, what was the status of the working class men in the society?
A. They did not have much power compared to the wealthy people. B. They had the same rights as women.
C. They had much power in the society.
D. They had no right at all.
Question 14: What did the effect of the Industrial Revolution in Europe and North America bring about?
A. It did not bring the equality to women.
B. All are correct.
C. Well-educated, upper-class men controlled most positions of employment and power in society.
D. Male workers tried to seek employment outside of the home.
Question 15: When did the women’s movement start in Western countries?
A. In the early 20th century.
B. In the 18th century.
th
C. In the late 18 century.
D. In the 19th century.
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
Women's Rights, rights that establish the same social, economic, and political ...(16)... for women as for men. Women's
rights guarantee that women will not face ...(17)... on the basis of their sex. Until the second half of the 20 th century, women
in most societies were denied some of the legal and political rights accorded ...(18)... men. Although women in much of the
world have gained significant legal rights, many people believe that women still do not have ...(19)... political, economic, and
social equality with men.
Throughout much of the history of Western civilization, ...(20)... cultural beliefs allowed women only limited roles in
society. Many people believed that women’s natural roles were as mothers and wives. These people ...(21)... women to be
better suited ...(22)... childbearing and homemaking rather than for involvement ...(23)... the public life of business or politics.
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Widespread belief that women were intellectually inferior to men led most societies to ...(24)... women's education to learning
domestic ...(25)....Well-educated, upper-class men controlled most positions of employment and power in society.
Question 16:A. place
B. position
C. seat
D. status
Question 17:A. differences B. distinguish
C. difference
D. discrimination
Question 18:A. to
B. as
C. with
D. for
Question 19:A. total
B. finished
C. complete
D. full
Question 20:A. deep-footed B. deep-seated
C. deep-based
D. in-depth
Question 21:A. believed B. All are correct
C. considered
D. thought
Question 22:A. as
B. with
C. to
D. for
Question 23:A. about
B. at
C. with
D. in
Question 24:A. allow
B. limit
C. ban
D.deny
Question 25:A. tasks
B. work
C. duty
D. skills
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 26: Robert outdoes his brother in maths.
A. His brother surpasses Robert in maths,
B. Robert and his brother make the same grade in maths.
C. Robert surpasses his brother in maths.
D. Robert always does his brother's maths.
Question 27: If George keeps studying as he has been, he'll have no trouble in passing his exams.
A. George has passed his exams.
B. George is studying hard to pass his exams.
C. George has trouble in passing his exams.
D. George will not pass his exams because he is not studying.
Question 28: John didn't attend the class because he was seriously ill.
A. John was absent from class many times.
B. John never attended the class.
C. John's class was not serious.
D. John was too ill to attend the class.
Question 29: My mother had the house decorated.
A. The house is going to be decorated by my mother.
B. My mother has just decorated the house.
C. My mother had to decorate the house.
D. My mother had someone decorate the house.
Question 30: Nothing but the whole story would satisfy Tim.
A. Tim wanted to know just the end of the story.
B. Tim insisted on being told the complete story.
C. Tim wouldn't be satisfied with anything.
D. On the whole, Tim was satisfied with the story.
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 31: No one would have attended the lecture if you told the truth about the guest speaker.
A. told
B. truth
C. guest speaker
D. attended
Question 32: The professor is thinking to go to the conference on nuclear power next month.
A. is
B. to go
C. next month
D. on nuclear power
Question 33: His father does not approve of him to go to the party without dressing formally.
A. without dressing
B. does not
C. formally
D. him to go
Question 34: Before the 1920s, no women have voted in national elections in the US.
A. no
B. the
C. have voted
D. in
Question 35: The bomb which went out this morning caused a lot of damage.
A. caused
B. damaged
C. went out
D. which
Choose the best answer among A, B, C, or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 36: The gunman told the victim to hand......all his money.
A. out
B. off
C. over
D. in
Question 37: Don't throw your jacket on the bed. Hang it......
A. over
B. in
C. up
D. on
Question 38: He had a......desire to become a doctor when he was young.
A. deep-rooted
B. deeply-rooted
C. deep-seated
D. A and C
Question 39: The article......doubts about how effective the new drug really was.
A. raised
B. rose
C. brought
D. increased
Question 40: Tony and Nancy always kiss and make......after their arguments.
A. up with
B. off
C. up
D. with
Question 41: I couldn't make......all the words on the sign because my glasses were dirty.
A. out
B. up with
C. clear
D. up
Question 42: The supervisor told her to keep.....the good work.
A. on
B. with
C. over
D. up
Question 43: Cross........my name because I won’t be able to attend.
A. away
B. up
C. out
D. down
Question 44: If people can bribe police officers, it makes a complete......of the legal system.
A. nonsense
B. inability
C. sense
D. break
Question 45: The media play a/an......role in influencing people's opinions.
A. important
B. major
C. All are correct
D. essential
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Question 46: If you leave......any information, the form will be returned to you.
A. down
B. away
C. up
D. out
Question 47: Security is very important in this building. Don’t let anyone......unless they show you proper identification.
A. on
B. in
C. out
D. off
Question 48: Man is killing......all the fish in the sea.
A. away
B. out
C. off
D. up
Question 49: Look this document.......carefully before you sign it.
A. up
B. on
C. at
D. over
Question 50: If you don't know what a word means, look it......in the dictionary.
A. up
B. on
C. over
D. at

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ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017
MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 343
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề

Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 1:A. some
B. come
C. comb
D. comfortable
Question 2:A. cable
B. transfer
C. station
D. stable
Question 3:A. hear
B. pear
C. tearing
D. bear
Question 4:A. done
B. won
C. none
D. gone
Question 5:A. arrived
B. linked
C. lived
D. opened
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 6: His father does not approve of him to go to the party without dressing formally.
A. without dressing
B. him to go
C. formally
D. does not
Question 7: Before the 1920s, no women have voted in national elections in the US.
A. have voted
B. no
C. the
D. in
Question 8: The bomb which went out this morning caused a lot of damage.
A. caused
B. went out
C. which
D. damaged
Question 9: The professor is thinking to go to the conference on nuclear power next month.
A. is
B. to go
C. on nuclear power
D. next month
Question 10: No one would have attended the lecture if you told the truth about the guest speaker.
A. truth
B. told
C. guest speaker
D. attended
Choose the best answer among A, B, C, or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 11: Man is killing......all the fish in the sea.
A. up
B. out
C. away
D. off
Question 12: Security is very important in this building. Don’t let anyone......unless they show you proper identification.
A. out
B. on
C. in
D. off
Question 13: If you don't know what a word means, look it......in the dictionary.
A. over
B. up
C. at
D. on
Question 14: The article......doubts about how effective the new drug really was.
A. rose
B. increased
C. raised
D. brought
Question 15: I couldn't make......all the words on the sign because my glasses were dirty.
A. out
B. up
C. clear
D. up with
Question 16: If people can bribe police officers, it makes a complete......of the legal system.
A. break
B. sense
C. inability
D. nonsense
Question 17: Look this document.......carefully before you sign it.
A. at
B. on
C. up
D. over
Question 18: The supervisor told her to keep.....the good work.
A. on
B. over
C. up
D. with
Question 19: He had a......desire to become a doctor when he was young.
A. deep-seated
B. deep-rooted
C. deeply-rooted
D. A and B
Question 20: Tony and Nancy always kiss and make......after their arguments.
A. with
B. up with
C. up
D. off
Question 21: Don't throw your jacket on the bed. Hang it......
A. on
B. over
C. in
D. up
Question 22: The gunman told the victim to hand......all his money.
A. over
B. off
C. in
D. out
Question 23: If you leave......any information, the form will be returned to you.
A. out
B. away
C. up
D. down
Question 24: The media play a/an......role in influencing people's opinions.
A. All are correct
B. essential
C. important
D. major
Question 25: Cross........my name because I won’t be able to attend.
A. away
B. out
C. up
D. down
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 26:A. textile B. nothing
C. believe
D. silence
Question 27:A. elephant B. element
C. elegant
D. elaborate
Question 28:A. childbearing B. politics
C. involvement
D. homemaking
Question 29:A. product B. postpone
C. purpose
D. postcard
Question 30:A. company B. committee
C. museum
D. computer
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Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 31: My mother had the house decorated.
A. My mother has just decorated the house.
B. My mother had someone decorate the house.
C. The house is going to be decorated by my mother.
D. My mother had to decorate the house.
Question 32: John didn't attend the class because he was seriously ill.
A. John was absent from class many times.
B. John never attended the class.
C. John's class was not serious.
D. John was too ill to attend the class.
Question 33: If George keeps studying as he has been, he'll have no trouble in passing his exams.
A. George has passed his exams.
B. George has trouble in passing his exams.
C. George will not pass his exams because he is not studying. D. George is studying hard to pass his exams.
Question 34: Nothing but the whole story would satisfy Tim.
A. Tim insisted on being told the complete story.
B. On the whole, Tim was satisfied with the story.
C. Tim wanted to know just the end of the story.
D. Tim wouldn't be satisfied with anything.
Question 35: Robert outdoes his brother in maths.
A. Robert always does his brother's maths.
B. His brother surpasses Robert in maths,
C. Robert surpasses his brother in maths.
D. Robert and his brother make the same grade in maths.
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
Women's Rights, rights that establish the same social, economic, and political ...(36)... for women as for men. Women's
rights guarantee that women will not face ...(37)... on the basis of their sex. Until the second half of the 20 th century, women
in most societies were denied some of the legal and political rights accorded ...(38)... men. Although women in much of the
world have gained significant legal rights, many people believe that women still do not have ...(39)... political, economic, and
social equality with men.
Throughout much of the history of Western civilization, ...(40)... cultural beliefs allowed women only limited roles in
society. Many people believed that women’s natural roles were as mothers and wives. These people ...(41)... women to be
better suited ...(42)... childbearing and homemaking rather than for involvement ...(43)... the public life of business or politics.
Widespread belief that women were intellectually inferior to men led most societies to ...(44)... women's education to learning
domestic ...(45)....Well-educated, upper-class men controlled most positions of employment and power in society.
Question 36:A. position
B. seat
C. place
D. status
Question 37:A. difference B. distinguish
C. differences
D. discrimination
Question 38:A. for
B. as
C. to
D. with
Question 39:A. finished
B. full
C. total
D. complete
Question 40:A. in-depth
B. deep-footed
C. deep-based
D. deep-seated
Question 41:A. thought
B. All are correct
C. believed
D. considered
Question 42:A. with
B. to
C. for
D. as
Question 43:A. with
B. in
C. about
D. at
Question 44:A. limit
B.deny
C. ban
D. allow
Question 45:A. work
B. tasks
C. skills
D. duty
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage:
Until the 19th century, the denial of equal rights to women met with only occasional protest and drew little attention from
most people. Because most women lacked the educational and economic resources that would enable them to challenge the
prevailing social order, women generally accepted their inferior status as their only option. At this time, women shared these
disadvantages with the majority of working class men, as many social, economic, and political rights were restricted to the
wealthy elite. In the 19th century, as governments in Europe and North America began to draft new laws guaranteeing equality
among men, significant numbers of women - and some men - began to demand that women be accorded equal rights as well.
At the same time, the Industrial Revolution in Europe and North America further divided the roles of men and women.
Before the Industrial Revolution most people worked in farming or crafts-making, both of which took place in or near the
home. Men and women usually divided the numerous tasks among themselves and their children. Industrialization led male
workers to seek employment outside of the home in factories and other large-scale enterprises. The growing split between
home and work reinforced the idea that women’s “rightful place” was in the home, while men belonged in the public world of
employment and politics.
Organized efforts by women to achieve greater rights occurred in two major waves. The first wave began around the mid19th century, when women in the United States and elsewhere campaigned to gain suffrage - that is, the right to vote. This
wave lasted until the 1920s, when several countries granted women suffrage.
Question 46: What was the aim of the women’s movement in the United States in the 1920s?
A. To gain the right to vote.
B. To have the complete equality to men.
C. To gain the right to go to work in the factory.
D. To gain the right to have much power in the society.
Question 47: When did the women’s movement start in Western countries?
A. In the early 20th century.
B. In the late 18th century.
th
C. In the 18 century.
D. In the 19th century.
Question 48: What did the effect of the Industrial Revolution in Europe and North America bring about?
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A. It did not bring the equality to women.
B. Male workers tried to seek employment outside of the home.
C. Well-educated, upper-class men controlled most positions of employment and power in society.
D. All are correct.
Question 49: Until the 19th century, what was the status of the working class men in the society?
A. They had no right at all.
B. They had the same rights as women.
C. They did not have much power compared to the wealthy people. D. They had much power in the society.
Question 50: Why did the denial of equal rights to women draw little attention from the society until the 19 th century?
A. All are correct.
B. They could not challenge the prevailing social order.
C. They did not have any other option.
D. Most women lacked the educational and economic resources.

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MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 194
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề

Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 1:A. opened
B. linked
C. arrived
D. lived
Question 2:A. comb
B. comfortable
C. some
D. come
Question 3:A. won
B. gone
C. none
D. done
Question 4:A. cable
B. transfer
C. station
D. stable
Question 5:A. tearing
B. bear
C. hear
D. pear
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 6: If George keeps studying as he has been, he'll have no trouble in passing his exams.
A. George is studying hard to pass his exams.
B. George will not pass his exams because he is not studying.
C. George has trouble in passing his exams.
D. George has passed his exams.
Question 7: Robert outdoes his brother in maths.
A. Robert always does his brother's maths.
B. Robert surpasses his brother in maths.
C. Robert and his brother make the same grade in maths. D. His brother surpasses Robert in maths,
Question 8: Nothing but the whole story would satisfy Tim.
A. Tim wanted to know just the end of the story.
B. Tim insisted on being told the complete story.
C. Tim wouldn't be satisfied with anything.
D. On the whole, Tim was satisfied with the story.
Question 9: John didn't attend the class because he was seriously ill.
A. John's class was not serious.
B. John was too ill to attend the class.
C. John never attended the class.
D. John was absent from class many times.
Question 10: My mother had the house decorated.
A. The house is going to be decorated by my mother.
B. My mother had to decorate the house.
C. My mother has just decorated the house.
D. My mother had someone decorate the house.
Choose the best answer among A, B, C, or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 11: The gunman told the victim to hand......all his money.
A. out
B. off
C. over
D. in
Question 12: If people can bribe police officers, it makes a complete......of the legal system.
A. nonsense
B. inability
C. sense
D. break
Question 13: The supervisor told her to keep.....the good work.
A. on
B. with
C. up
D. over
Question 14: Man is killing......all the fish in the sea.
A. off
B. away
C. out
D. up
Question 15: Tony and Nancy always kiss and make......after their arguments.
A. up with
B. up
C. with
D. off
Question 16: If you don't know what a word means, look it......in the dictionary.
A. over
B. on
C. at
D. up
Question 17: Cross........my name because I won’t be able to attend.
A. down
B. up
C. out
D. away
Question 18: The article......doubts about how effective the new drug really was.
A. brought
B. increased
C. raised
D. rose
Question 19: If you leave......any information, the form will be returned to you.
A. away
B. out
C. up
D. down
Question 20: I couldn't make......all the words on the sign because my glasses were dirty.
A. clear
B. up
C. up with
D. out
Question 21: Security is very important in this building. Don’t let anyone......unless they show you proper identification.
A. in
B. off
C. on
D. out
Question 22: Don't throw your jacket on the bed. Hang it......
A. in
B. on
C. up
D. over
Question 23: The media play a/an......role in influencing people's opinions.
A. major
B. essential
C. important
D. All are correct
Question 24: He had a......desire to become a doctor when he was young.
A. C and D
B. deeply-rooted
C. deep-seated
D. deep-rooted
Question 25: Look this document.......carefully before you sign it.
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A. at
B. on
C. up
D. over
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 26: The professor is thinking to go to the conference on nuclear power next month.
A. on nuclear power
B. to go
C. is
D. next month
Question 27: Before the 1920s, no women have voted in national elections in the US.
A. in
B. have voted
C. no
D. the
Question 28: His father does not approve of him to go to the party without dressing formally.
A. without dressing
B. formally
C. him to go
D. does not
Question 29: The bomb which went out this morning caused a lot of damage.
A. went out
B. caused
C. which
D. damaged
Question 30: No one would have attended the lecture if you told the truth about the guest speaker.
A. attended
B. told
C. guest speaker
D. truth
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 31:A. textile
B. silence
C. believe
D. nothing
Question 32:A. elegant
B. element
C. elaborate
D. elephant
Question 33:A. involvement B. homemaking
C. childbearing
D. politics
Question 34:A. product
B. purpose
C. postcard
D. postpone
Question 35:A. company B. museum
C. committee
D. computer
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
Women's Rights, rights that establish the same social, economic, and political ...(36)... for women as for men. Women's
rights guarantee that women will not face ...(37)... on the basis of their sex. Until the second half of the 20 th century, women
in most societies were denied some of the legal and political rights accorded ...(38)... men. Although women in much of the
world have gained significant legal rights, many people believe that women still do not have ...(39)... political, economic, and
social equality with men.
Throughout much of the history of Western civilization, ...(40)... cultural beliefs allowed women only limited roles in
society. Many people believed that women’s natural roles were as mothers and wives. These people ...(41)... women to be
better suited ...(42)... childbearing and homemaking rather than for involvement ...(43)... the public life of business or politics.
Widespread belief that women were intellectually inferior to men led most societies to ...(44)... women's education to learning
domestic ...(45)....Well-educated, upper-class men controlled most positions of employment and power in society.
Question 36:A. seat
B. position
C. status
D. place
Question 37:A. distinguishB. differences
C. difference
D. discrimination
Question 38:A. with
B. for
C. as
D. to
Question 39:A. complete B. finished
C. full
D. total
Question 40:A. deep-based B. in-depth
C. deep-seated
D. deep-footed
Question 41:A. All are correct B. believed
C. considered
D. thought
Question 42:A. with
B. to
C. as
D. for
Question 43:A. with
B. in
C. at
D. about
Question 44:A.deny
B. limit
C. ban
D. allow
Question 45:A. work
B. tasks
C. duty
D. skills
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage:
Until the 19th century, the denial of equal rights to women met with only occasional protest and drew little attention from
most people. Because most women lacked the educational and economic resources that would enable them to challenge the
prevailing social order, women generally accepted their inferior status as their only option. At this time, women shared these
disadvantages with the majority of working class men, as many social, economic, and political rights were restricted to the
wealthy elite. In the 19th century, as governments in Europe and North America began to draft new laws guaranteeing equality
among men, significant numbers of women - and some men - began to demand that women be accorded equal rights as well.
At the same time, the Industrial Revolution in Europe and North America further divided the roles of men and women.
Before the Industrial Revolution most people worked in farming or crafts-making, both of which took place in or near the
home. Men and women usually divided the numerous tasks among themselves and their children. Industrialization led male
workers to seek employment outside of the home in factories and other large-scale enterprises. The growing split between
home and work reinforced the idea that women’s “rightful place” was in the home, while men belonged in the public world of
employment and politics.
Organized efforts by women to achieve greater rights occurred in two major waves. The first wave began around the mid19th century, when women in the United States and elsewhere campaigned to gain suffrage - that is, the right to vote. This
wave lasted until the 1920s, when several countries granted women suffrage.
Question 46: Why did the denial of equal rights to women draw little attention from the society until the 19 th century?
A. Most women lacked the educational and economic resources. B. They did not have any other option.
C. All are correct.
D. They could not challenge the prevailing social order.
Question 47: When did the women’s movement start in Western countries?
A. In the early 20th century.
B. In the 19th century.
th
C. In the late 18 century.
D. In the 18th century.
Question 48: What did the effect of the Industrial Revolution in Europe and North America bring about?
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A. Male workers tried to seek employment outside of the home.
B. All are correct.
C. It did not bring the equality to women.
D. Well-educated, upper-class men controlled most positions of employment and power in society.
Question 49: Until the 19th century, what was the status of the working class men in the society?
A. They did not have much power compared to the wealthy people.
B. They had no right at all.
C. They had much power in the society.
D. They had the same rights as women.
Question 50: What was the aim of the women’s movement in the United States in the 1920s?
A. To have the complete equality to men.
B. To gain the right to vote.
C. To gain the right to have much power in the society. D. To gain the right to go to work in the factory.

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ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017
MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 223
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề

Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 1:A. linked
B. opened
C. arrived
D. lived
Question 2:A. some
B. comb
C. come
D. comfortable
Question 3:A. bear
B. pear
C. tearing
D. hear
Question 4:A. transfer
B. station
C. cable
D. stable
Question 5:A. won
B. none
C. done
D. gone
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 6: No one would have attended the lecture if you told the truth about the guest speaker.
A. guest speaker
B. truth
C. told
D. attended
Question 7: The bomb which went out this morning caused a lot of damage.
A. damaged
B. went out
C. caused
D. which
Question 8: His father does not approve of him to go to the party without dressing formally.
A. him to go
B. does not
C. without dressing
D. formally
Question 9: The professor is thinking to go to the conference on nuclear power next month.
A. to go
B. is
C. on nuclear power
D. next month
Question 10: Before the 1920s, no women have voted in national elections in the US.
A. no
B. in
C. have voted
D. the
Choose the best answer among A, B, C, or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 11: He had a......desire to become a doctor when he was young.
A. B and C
B. deep-seated
C. deep-rooted
D. deeply-rooted
Question 12: The media play a/an......role in influencing people's opinions.
A. major
B. important
C. All are correct
D. essential
Question 13: Look this document.......carefully before you sign it.
A. over
B. up
C. at
D. on
Question 14: Tony and Nancy always kiss and make......after their arguments.
A. up
B. off
C. up with
D. with
Question 15: If you don't know what a word means, look it......in the dictionary.
A. over
B. on
C. at
D. up
Question 16: The gunman told the victim to hand......all his money.
A. in
B. off
C. over
D. out
Question 17: Security is very important in this building. Don’t let anyone......unless they show you proper identification.
A. out
B. on
C. in
D. off
Question 18: Don't throw your jacket on the bed. Hang it......
A. up
B. over
C. on
D. in
Question 19: The supervisor told her to keep.....the good work.
A. up
B. over
C. on
D. with
Question 20: I couldn't make......all the words on the sign because my glasses were dirty.
A. clear
B. up with
C. up
D. out
Question 21: If you leave......any information, the form will be returned to you.
A. up
B. out
C. down
D. away
Question 22: Man is killing......all the fish in the sea.
A. off
B. out
C. away
D. up
Question 23: Cross........my name because I won’t be able to attend.
A. down
B. out
C. away
D. up
Question 24: The article......doubts about how effective the new drug really was.
A. brought
B. raised
C. increased
D. rose
Question 25: If people can bribe police officers, it makes a complete......of the legal system.
A. sense
B. break
C. inability
D. nonsense
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 26: If George keeps studying as he has been, he'll have no trouble in passing his exams.
A. George is studying hard to pass his exams.
B. George has passed his exams.
C. George will not pass his exams because he is not studying. D. George has trouble in passing his exams.
Question 27: John didn't attend the class because he was seriously ill.
A. John was absent from class many times.
B. John never attended the class.
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C. John's class was not serious.
D. John was too ill to attend the class.
Question 28: Robert outdoes his brother in maths.
A. His brother surpasses Robert in maths,
B. Robert always does his brother's maths.
C. Robert and his brother make the same grade in maths. D. Robert surpasses his brother in maths.
Question 29: My mother had the house decorated.
A. My mother has just decorated the house.
B. The house is going to be decorated by my mother.
C. My mother had someone decorate the house.
D. My mother had to decorate the house.
Question 30: Nothing but the whole story would satisfy Tim.
A. Tim wouldn't be satisfied with anything.
B. Tim wanted to know just the end of the story.
C. On the whole, Tim was satisfied with the story.
D. Tim insisted on being told the complete story.
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
Women's Rights, rights that establish the same social, economic, and political ...(31)... for women as for men. Women's
rights guarantee that women will not face ...(32)... on the basis of their sex. Until the second half of the 20 th century, women
in most societies were denied some of the legal and political rights accorded ...(33)... men. Although women in much of the
world have gained significant legal rights, many people believe that women still do not have ...(34)... political, economic, and
social equality with men.
Throughout much of the history of Western civilization, ...(35)... cultural beliefs allowed women only limited roles in
society. Many people believed that women’s natural roles were as mothers and wives. These people ...(36)... women to be
better suited ...(37)... childbearing and homemaking rather than for involvement ...(38)... the public life of business or politics.
Widespread belief that women were intellectually inferior to men led most societies to ...(39)... women's education to learning
domestic ...(40)....Well-educated, upper-class men controlled most positions of employment and power in society.
Question 31:A. seat
B. status
C. position
D. place
Question 32:A. difference B. discrimination
C. distinguish
D. differences
Question 33:A. as
B. for
C. with
D. to
Question 34:A. complete B. total
C. finished
D. full
Question 35:A. deep-based B. in-depth
C. deep-seated
D. deep-footed
Question 36:A. considered B. thought
C. All are correct
D. believed
Question 37:A. to
B. as
C. with
D. for
Question 38:A. with
B. at
C. about
D. in
Question 39:A. ban
B. allow
C. limit
D.deny
Question 40:A. skills
B. tasks
C. duty
D. work
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 41:A. childbearing B. involvement
C. politics
D. homemaking
Question 42:A. computer B. museum
C. committee
D. company
Question 43:A. silence
B. nothing
C. textile
D. believe
Question 44:A. element
B. elegant
C. elaborate
D. elephant
Question 45:A. product
B. purpose
C. postcard
D. postpone
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage:
Until the 19th century, the denial of equal rights to women met with only occasional protest and drew little attention from
most people. Because most women lacked the educational and economic resources that would enable them to challenge the
prevailing social order, women generally accepted their inferior status as their only option. At this time, women shared these
disadvantages with the majority of working class men, as many social, economic, and political rights were restricted to the
wealthy elite. In the 19th century, as governments in Europe and North America began to draft new laws guaranteeing equality
among men, significant numbers of women - and some men - began to demand that women be accorded equal rights as well.
At the same time, the Industrial Revolution in Europe and North America further divided the roles of men and women.
Before the Industrial Revolution most people worked in farming or crafts-making, both of which took place in or near the
home. Men and women usually divided the numerous tasks among themselves and their children. Industrialization led male
workers to seek employment outside of the home in factories and other large-scale enterprises. The growing split between
home and work reinforced the idea that women’s “rightful place” was in the home, while men belonged in the public world of
employment and politics.
Organized efforts by women to achieve greater rights occurred in two major waves. The first wave began around the mid19th century, when women in the United States and elsewhere campaigned to gain suffrage - that is, the right to vote. This
wave lasted until the 1920s, when several countries granted women suffrage.
Question 46: What did the effect of the Industrial Revolution in Europe and North America bring about?
A. It did not bring the equality to women.
B. All are correct.
C. Well-educated, upper-class men controlled most positions of employment and power in society.
D. Male workers tried to seek employment outside of the home.
Question 47: Until the 19th century, what was the status of the working class men in the society?
A. They did not have much power compared to the wealthy people. B. They had the same rights as women.
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C. They had much power in the society.
D. They had no right at all.
Question 48: What was the aim of the women’s movement in the United States in the 1920s?
A. To gain the right to go to work in the factory.
B. To have the complete equality to men.
C. To gain the right to vote.
D. To gain the right to have much power in the society.
Question 49: When did the women’s movement start in Western countries?
A. In the 19th century.
B. In the 18th century.
th
C. In the early 20 century.
D. In the late 18th century.
Question 50: Why did the denial of equal rights to women draw little attention from the society until the 19 th century?
A. They could not challenge the prevailing social order.
B. All are correct.
C. Most women lacked the educational and economic resources. D. They did not have any other option.

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ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017
MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 225
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề

Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 1:A. none
B. gone
C. won
D. done
Question 2:A. transfer
B. stable
C. cable
D. station
Question 3:A. tearing
B. pear
C. hear
D. bear
Question 4:A. lived
B. linked
C. opened
D. arrived
Question 5:A. comfortable B. comb
C. come
D. some
Choose the best answer among A, B, C, or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 6: Man is killing......all the fish in the sea.
A. off
B. out
C. away
D. up
Question 7: The media play a/an......role in influencing people's opinions.
A. major
B. important
C. All are correct
D. essential
Question 8: The gunman told the victim to hand......all his money.
A. out
B. off
C. over
D. in
Question 9: Don't throw your jacket on the bed. Hang it......
A. in
B. over
C. up
D. on
Question 10: If you leave......any information, the form will be returned to you.
A. up
B. out
C. away
D. down
Question 11: The article......doubts about how effective the new drug really was.
A. increased
B. brought
C. raised
D. rose
Question 12: Cross........my name because I won’t be able to attend.
A. out
B. down
C. up
D. away
Question 13: Tony and Nancy always kiss and make......after their arguments.
A. with
B. up
C. up with
D. off
Question 14: He had a......desire to become a doctor when he was young.
A. B and C
B. deep-rooted
C. deep-seated
D. deeply-rooted
Question 15: I couldn't make......all the words on the sign because my glasses were dirty.
A. clear
B. up with
C. out
D. up
Question 16: The supervisor told her to keep.....the good work.
A. on
B. with
C. over
D. up
Question 17: If people can bribe police officers, it makes a complete......of the legal system.
A. break
B. nonsense
C. inability
D. sense
Question 18: Security is very important in this building. Don’t let anyone......unless they show you proper identification.
A. out
B. on
C. in
D. off
Question 19: If you don't know what a word means, look it......in the dictionary.
A. on
B. at
C. over
D. up
Question 20: Look this document.......carefully before you sign it.
A. on
B. at
C. over
D. up
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 21: If George keeps studying as he has been, he'll have no trouble in passing his exams.
A. George is studying hard to pass his exams.
B. George will not pass his exams because he is not studying.
C. George has trouble in passing his exams.
D. George has passed his exams.
Question 22: Nothing but the whole story would satisfy Tim.
A. Tim wouldn't be satisfied with anything.
B. Tim insisted on being told the complete story.
C. On the whole, Tim was satisfied with the story.
D. Tim wanted to know just the end of the story.
Question 23: My mother had the house decorated.
A. My mother had someone decorate the house.
B. My mother had to decorate the house.
C. The house is going to be decorated by my mother.
D. My mother has just decorated the house.
Question 24: John didn't attend the class because he was seriously ill.
A. John was too ill to attend the class.
B. John was absent from class many times.
C. John's class was not serious.
D. John never attended the class.
Question 25: Robert outdoes his brother in maths.
A. Robert surpasses his brother in maths.
B. His brother surpasses Robert in maths,
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C. Robert always does his brother's maths.
D. Robert and his brother make the same grade in maths.
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 26: The bomb which went out this morning caused a lot of damage.
A. caused
B. went out
C. which
D. damaged
Question 27: No one would have attended the lecture if you told the truth about the guest speaker.
A. truth
B. guest speaker
C. attended
D. told
Question 28: Before the 1920s, no women have voted in national elections in the US.
A. no
B. have voted
C. in
D. the
Question 29: His father does not approve of him to go to the party without dressing formally.
A. without dressing
B. does not
C. formally
D. him to go
Question 30: The professor is thinking to go to the conference on nuclear power next month.
A. is
B. next month
C. on nuclear power
D. to go
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 31:A. childbearing B. politics
C. homemaking
D. involvement
Question 32:A. element
B. elegant
C. elephant
D. elaborate
Question 33:A. textile
B. silence
C. nothing
D. believe
Question 34:A. company B. committee
C. computer
D. museum
Question 35:A. product
B. postcard
C. purpose
D. postpone
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
Women's Rights, rights that establish the same social, economic, and political ...(36)... for women as for men. Women's
rights guarantee that women will not face ...(37)... on the basis of their sex. Until the second half of the 20 th century, women
in most societies were denied some of the legal and political rights accorded ...(38)... men. Although women in much of the
world have gained significant legal rights, many people believe that women still do not have ...(39)... political, economic, and
social equality with men.
Throughout much of the history of Western civilization, ...(40)... cultural beliefs allowed women only limited roles in
society. Many people believed that women’s natural roles were as mothers and wives. These people ...(41)... women to be
better suited ...(42)... childbearing and homemaking rather than for involvement ...(43)... the public life of business or politics.
Widespread belief that women were intellectually inferior to men led most societies to ...(44)... women's education to learning
domestic ...(45)....Well-educated, upper-class men controlled most positions of employment and power in society.
Question 36:A. status
B. place
C. seat
D. position
Question 37:A. differences B. distinguish
C. difference
D. discrimination
Question 38:A. to
B. for
C. with
D. as
Question 39:A. finished
B. full
C. complete
D. total
Question 40:A. deep-footed B. in-depth
C. deep-based
D. deep-seated
Question 41:A. considered B. thought
C. believed
D. All are correct
Question 42:A. for
B. with
C. to
D. as
Question 43:A. at
B. about
C. with
D. in
Question 44:A. limit
B.deny
C. ban
D. allow
Question 45:A. tasks
B. duty
C. skills
D. work
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage:
Until the 19th century, the denial of equal rights to women met with only occasional protest and drew little attention from
most people. Because most women lacked the educational and economic resources that would enable them to challenge the
prevailing social order, women generally accepted their inferior status as their only option. At this time, women shared these
disadvantages with the majority of working class men, as many social, economic, and political rights were restricted to the
wealthy elite. In the 19th century, as governments in Europe and North America began to draft new laws guaranteeing equality
among men, significant numbers of women - and some men - began to demand that women be accorded equal rights as well.
At the same time, the Industrial Revolution in Europe and North America further divided the roles of men and women.
Before the Industrial Revolution most people worked in farming or crafts-making, both of which took place in or near the
home. Men and women usually divided the numerous tasks among themselves and their children. Industrialization led male
workers to seek employment outside of the home in factories and other large-scale enterprises. The growing split between
home and work reinforced the idea that women’s “rightful place” was in the home, while men belonged in the public world of
employment and politics.
Organized efforts by women to achieve greater rights occurred in two major waves. The first wave began around the mid19th century, when women in the United States and elsewhere campaigned to gain suffrage - that is, the right to vote. This
wave lasted until the 1920s, when several countries granted women suffrage.
Question 46: Until the 19th century, what was the status of the working class men in the society?
A. They had the same rights as women.
B. They did not have much power compared to the wealthy people.
C. They had no right at all.
D. They had much power in the society.
Question 47: What did the effect of the Industrial Revolution in Europe and North America bring about?
A. All are correct.
B. Male workers tried to seek employment outside of the home.
C. Well-educated, upper-class men controlled most positions of employment and power in society.
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D. It did not bring the equality to women.
Question 48: What was the aim of the women’s movement in the United States in the 1920s?
A. To have the complete equality to men.
B. To gain the right to go to work in the factory.
C. To gain the right to have much power in the society. D. To gain the right to vote.
Question 49: When did the women’s movement start in Western countries?
A. In the 19th century.
B. In the early 20th century.
th
C. In the 18 century.
D. In the late 18th century.
Question 50: Why did the denial of equal rights to women draw little attention from the society until the 19 th century?
A. They did not have any other option.
B. Most women lacked the educational and economic resources.
C. All are correct.
D. They could not challenge the prevailing social order.

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Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 1:A. linked
B. lived
C. opened
D. arrived
Question 2:A. hear
B. pear
C. bear
D. tearing
Question 3:A. stable
B. station
C. cable
D. transfer
Question 4:A. none
B. won
C. gone
D. done
Question 5:A. some
B. comb
C. comfortable
D. come
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 6: Robert outdoes his brother in maths.
A. Robert surpasses his brother in maths.
B. Robert always does his brother's maths.
C. His brother surpasses Robert in maths,
D. Robert and his brother make the same grade in maths.
Question 7: John didn't attend the class because he was seriously ill.
A. John was too ill to attend the class.
B. John's class was not serious.
C. John never attended the class.
D. John was absent from class many times.
Question 8: My mother had the house decorated.
A. My mother had to decorate the house.
B. The house is going to be decorated by my mother.
C. My mother had someone decorate the house.
D. My mother has just decorated the house.
Question 9: Nothing but the whole story would satisfy Tim.
A. Tim insisted on being told the complete story.
B. Tim wanted to know just the end of the story.
C. Tim wouldn't be satisfied with anything.
D. On the whole, Tim was satisfied with the story.
Question 10: If George keeps studying as he has been, he'll have no trouble in passing his exams.
A. George is studying hard to pass his exams.
B. George will not pass his exams because he is not studying.
C. George has trouble in passing his exams.
D. George has passed his exams.
Choose the best answer among A, B, C, or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 11: Look this document.......carefully before you sign it.
A. at
B. up
C. on
D. over
Question 12: Tony and Nancy always kiss and make......after their arguments.
A. up with
B. up
C. off
D. with
Question 13: I couldn't make......all the words on the sign because my glasses were dirty.
A. out
B. clear
C. up
D. up with
Question 14: The gunman told the victim to hand......all his money.
A. off
B. out
C. over
D. in
Question 15: If you leave......any information, the form will be returned to you.
A. up
B. out
C. away
D. down
Question 16: The supervisor told her to keep.....the good work.
A. up
B. on
C. over
D. with
Question 17: He had a......desire to become a doctor when he was young.
A. deeply-rooted
B. deep-seated
C. B and D
D. deep-rooted
Question 18: Cross........my name because I won’t be able to attend.
A. away
B. down
C. out
D. up
Question 19: The article......doubts about how effective the new drug really was.
A. increased
B. brought
C. raised
D. rose
Question 20: Man is killing......all the fish in the sea.
A. up
B. away
C. out
D. off
Question 21: If you don't know what a word means, look it......in the dictionary.
A. up
B. over
C. at
D. on
Question 22: Don't throw your jacket on the bed. Hang it......
A. up
B. over
C. in
D. on
Question 23: The media play a/an......role in influencing people's opinions.
A. important
B. All are correct
C. essential
D. major
Question 24: If people can bribe police officers, it makes a complete......of the legal system.
A. sense
B. break
C. inability
D. nonsense
Question 25: Security is very important in this building. Don’t let anyone......unless they show you proper identification.
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A. out
B. on
C. off
D. in
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage:
Until the 19th century, the denial of equal rights to women met with only occasional protest and drew little attention from
most people. Because most women lacked the educational and economic resources that would enable them to challenge the
prevailing social order, women generally accepted their inferior status as their only option. At this time, women shared these
disadvantages with the majority of working class men, as many social, economic, and political rights were restricted to the
wealthy elite. In the 19th century, as governments in Europe and North America began to draft new laws guaranteeing equality
among men, significant numbers of women - and some men - began to demand that women be accorded equal rights as well.
At the same time, the Industrial Revolution in Europe and North America further divided the roles of men and women.
Before the Industrial Revolution most people worked in farming or crafts-making, both of which took place in or near the
home. Men and women usually divided the numerous tasks among themselves and their children. Industrialization led male
workers to seek employment outside of the home in factories and other large-scale enterprises. The growing split between
home and work reinforced the idea that women’s “rightful place” was in the home, while men belonged in the public world of
employment and politics.
Organized efforts by women to achieve greater rights occurred in two major waves. The first wave began around the mid19th century, when women in the United States and elsewhere campaigned to gain suffrage - that is, the right to vote. This
wave lasted until the 1920s, when several countries granted women suffrage.
Question 26: Why did the denial of equal rights to women draw little attention from the society until the 19 th century?
A. They could not challenge the prevailing social order.
B. Most women lacked the educational and economic resources.
C. All are correct.
D. They did not have any other option.
Question 27: Until the 19th century, what was the status of the working class men in the society?
A. They had the same rights as women.
B. They did not have much power compared to the wealthy people.
C. They had much power in the society.
D. They had no right at all.
Question 28: What did the effect of the Industrial Revolution in Europe and North America bring about?
A. Well-educated, upper-class men controlled most positions of employment and power in society.
B. All are correct.
C. Male workers tried to seek employment outside of the home.
D. It did not bring the equality to women.
Question 29: When did the women’s movement start in Western countries?
A. In the 18th century.
B. In the late 18th century.
th
C. In the early 20 century.
D. In the 19th century.
Question 30: What was the aim of the women’s movement in the United States in the 1920s?
A. To gain the right to have much power in the society. B. To have the complete equality to men.
C. To gain the right to vote.
D. To gain the right to go to work in the factory.
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 31: The professor is thinking to go to the conference on nuclear power next month.
A. is
B. to go
C. next month
D. on nuclear power
Question 32: No one would have attended the lecture if you told the truth about the guest speaker.
A. told
B. guest speaker
C. truth
D. attended
Question 33: His father does not approve of him to go to the party without dressing formally.
A. without dressing
B. formally
C. him to go
D. does not
Question 34: The bomb which went out this morning caused a lot of damage.
A. damaged
B. which
C. caused
D. went out
Question 35: Before the 1920s, no women have voted in national elections in the US.
A. in
B. no
C. have voted
D. the
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
Women's Rights, rights that establish the same social, economic, and political ...(36)... for women as for men. Women's
rights guarantee that women will not face ...(37)... on the basis of their sex. Until the second half of the 20 th century, women
in most societies were denied some of the legal and political rights accorded ...(38)... men. Although women in much of the
world have gained significant legal rights, many people believe that women still do not have ...(39)... political, economic, and
social equality with men.
Throughout much of the history of Western civilization, ...(40)... cultural beliefs allowed women only limited roles in
society. Many people believed that women’s natural roles were as mothers and wives. These people ...(41)... women to be
better suited ...(42)... childbearing and homemaking rather than for involvement ...(43)... the public life of business or politics.
Widespread belief that women were intellectually inferior to men led most societies to ...(44)... women's education to learning
domestic ...(45)....Well-educated, upper-class men controlled most positions of employment and power in society.
Question 36:A. status
B. seat
C. position
D. place
Question 37:A. distinguish B. difference
C. discrimination
D. differences
Question 38:A. as
B. with
C. for
D. to
Question 39:A. full
B. complete
C. finished
D. total
Question 40:A. deep-footed B. deep-seated
C. deep-based
D. in-depth
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Question 41:A. All are correct B. considered
C. thought
Question 42:A. as
B. with
C. for
Question 43:A. about
B. in
C. at
Question 44:A. allow
B. limit
C. ban
Question 45:A. tasks
B. duty
C. skills
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 46:A. nothing
B. silence
C. textile
Question 47:A. childbearing B. politics
C. homemaking
Question 48:A. product
B. purpose
C. postpone
Question 49:A. elephant B. elaborate
C. element
Question 50:A. committee B. computer
C. museum

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D. believed
D. to
D. with
D.deny
D. work
D. believe
D. involvement
D. postcard
D. elegant
D. company


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Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề

Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 1:A. bear
B. tearing
C. hear
D. pear
Question 2:A. done
B. won
C. gone
D. none
Question 3:A. linked
B. arrived
C. lived
D. opened
Question 4:A. cable
B. transfer
C. stable
D. station
Question 5:A. come
B. comfortable
C. comb
D. some
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 6:A. postcard
B. postpone
C. purpose
D. product
Question 7:A. elephant
B. elegant
C. element
D. elaborate
Question 8:A. committee B. museum
C. company
D. computer
Question 9:A. childbearing B. homemaking
C. politics
D. involvement
Question 10:A. nothing
B. silence
C. believe
D. textile
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
Women's Rights, rights that establish the same social, economic, and political ...(11)... for women as for men. Women's
rights guarantee that women will not face ...(12)... on the basis of their sex. Until the second half of the 20 th century, women
in most societies were denied some of the legal and political rights accorded ...(13)... men. Although women in much of the
world have gained significant legal rights, many people believe that women still do not have ...(14)... political, economic, and
social equality with men.
Throughout much of the history of Western civilization, ...(15)... cultural beliefs allowed women only limited roles in
society. Many people believed that women’s natural roles were as mothers and wives. These people ...(16)... women to be
better suited ...(17)... childbearing and homemaking rather than for involvement ...(18)... the public life of business or politics.
Widespread belief that women were intellectually inferior to men led most societies to ...(19)... women's education to learning
domestic ...(20)....Well-educated, upper-class men controlled most positions of employment and power in society.
Question 11:A. position
B. place
C. seat
D. status
Question 12:A. distinguishB. discrimination
C. differences
D. difference
Question 13:A. with
B. for
C. as
D. to
Question 14:A. total
B. finished
C. full
D. complete
Question 15:A. deep-seated B. deep-based
C. deep-footed
D. in-depth
Question 16:A. All are correct B. believed
C. thought
D. considered
Question 17:A. as
B. with
C. for
D. to
Question 18:A. about
B. in
C. at
D. with
Question 19:A. allow
B. limit
C.deny
D. ban
Question 20:A. work
B. tasks
C. duty
D. skills
Choose the best answer among A, B, C, or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 21: The gunman told the victim to hand......all his money.
A. over
B. in
C. out
D. off
Question 22: Man is killing......all the fish in the sea.
A. out
B. away
C. off
D. up
Question 23: Don't throw your jacket on the bed. Hang it......
A. in
B. on
C. up
D. over
Question 24: If people can bribe police officers, it makes a complete......of the legal system.
A. sense
B. nonsense
C. break
D. inability
Question 25: The media play a/an......role in influencing people's opinions.
A. major
B. essential
C. All are correct
D. important
Question 26: If you leave......any information, the form will be returned to you.
A. out
B. away
C. down
D. up
Question 27: I couldn't make......all the words on the sign because my glasses were dirty.
A. clear
B. up with
C. up
D. out
Question 28: If you don't know what a word means, look it......in the dictionary.
A. on
B. over
C. at
D. up
Question 29: Tony and Nancy always kiss and make......after their arguments.
A. with
B. up with
C. off
D. up
Question 30: Look this document.......carefully before you sign it.
A. over
B. up
C. on
D. at
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Question 31: The article......doubts about how effective the new drug really was.
A. increased
B. rose
C. brought
D. raised
Question 32: He had a......desire to become a doctor when he was young.
A. C and D
B. deeply-rooted
C. deep-seated
D. deep-rooted
Question 33: Security is very important in this building. Don’t let anyone......unless they show you proper identification.
A. on
B. in
C. out
D. off
Question 34: The supervisor told her to keep.....the good work.
A. with
B. on
C. up
D. over
Question 35: Cross........my name because I won’t be able to attend.
A. out
B. away
C. up
D. down
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 36: His father does not approve of him to go to the party without dressing formally.
A. does not
B. him to go
C. formally
D. without dressing
Question 37: Before the 1920s, no women have voted in national elections in the US.
A. have voted
B. no
C. the
D. in
Question 38: The professor is thinking to go to the conference on nuclear power next month.
A. to go
B. next month
C. on nuclear power
D. is
Question 39: No one would have attended the lecture if you told the truth about the guest speaker.
A. told
B. attended
C. truth
D. guest speaker
Question 40: The bomb which went out this morning caused a lot of damage.
A. damaged
B. caused
C. went out
D. which
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage:
Until the 19th century, the denial of equal rights to women met with only occasional protest and drew little attention from
most people. Because most women lacked the educational and economic resources that would enable them to challenge the
prevailing social order, women generally accepted their inferior status as their only option. At this time, women shared these
disadvantages with the majority of working class men, as many social, economic, and political rights were restricted to the
wealthy elite. In the 19th century, as governments in Europe and North America began to draft new laws guaranteeing equality
among men, significant numbers of women - and some men - began to demand that women be accorded equal rights as well.
At the same time, the Industrial Revolution in Europe and North America further divided the roles of men and women.
Before the Industrial Revolution most people worked in farming or crafts-making, both of which took place in or near the
home. Men and women usually divided the numerous tasks among themselves and their children. Industrialization led male
workers to seek employment outside of the home in factories and other large-scale enterprises. The growing split between
home and work reinforced the idea that women’s “rightful place” was in the home, while men belonged in the public world of
employment and politics.
Organized efforts by women to achieve greater rights occurred in two major waves. The first wave began around the mid19th century, when women in the United States and elsewhere campaigned to gain suffrage - that is, the right to vote. This
wave lasted until the 1920s, when several countries granted women suffrage.
Question 41: When did the women’s movement start in Western countries?
A. In the 19th century.
B. In the 18th century.
th
C. In the early 20 century.
D. In the late 18th century.
th
Question 42: Until the 19 century, what was the status of the working class men in the society?
A. They did not have much power compared to the wealthy people.
B. They had the same rights as women.
C. They had no right at all.
D. They had much power in the society.
Question 43: Why did the denial of equal rights to women draw little attention from the society until the 19 th century?
A. Most women lacked the educational and economic resources.
B. All are correct.
C. They could not challenge the prevailing social order.
D. They did not have any other option.
Question 44: What did the effect of the Industrial Revolution in Europe and North America bring about?
A. Male workers tried to seek employment outside of the home.
B. It did not bring the equality to women.
C. Well-educated, upper-class men controlled most positions of employment and power in society.
D. All are correct.
Question 45: What was the aim of the women’s movement in the United States in the 1920s?
A. To gain the right to have much power in the society. B. To gain the right to vote.
C. To gain the right to go to work in the factory.
D. To have the complete equality to men.
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 46: My mother had the house decorated.
A. My mother had someone decorate the house.
B. The house is going to be decorated by my mother.
C. My mother has just decorated the house.
D. My mother had to decorate the house.
Question 47: Robert outdoes his brother in maths.
A. Robert surpasses his brother in maths.
B. Robert always does his brother's maths.
C. His brother surpasses Robert in maths,
D. Robert and his brother make the same grade in maths.
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Question 48: John didn't attend the class because he was seriously ill.
A. John was absent from class many times.
B. John never attended the class.
C. John's class was not serious.
D. John was too ill to attend the class.
Question 49: Nothing but the whole story would satisfy Tim.
A. Tim wanted to know just the end of the story.
B. On the whole, Tim was satisfied with the story.
C. Tim insisted on being told the complete story.
D. Tim wouldn't be satisfied with anything.
Question 50: If George keeps studying as he has been, he'll have no trouble in passing his exams.
A. George is studying hard to pass his exams.
B. George has trouble in passing his exams.
C. George will not pass his exams because he is not studying. D. George has passed his exams.

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