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NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017
MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 122
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. police
B. spice
C. nice
D. slice
Question 2:A. off
B. coffee
C. of

D. offer
Question 3:A. champagne B. check
C. cheap
D. champion
Question 4:A. refugee
B. agree
C. referee
D. committee
Question 5:A. moment
B. event
C. element
D. equipment
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
The status of women’s rights today ...(6)... dramatically in different countries and, in some cases, among groups within the
same country, such as ethnic groups or economic classes. In recent decades women around the world have made strides in
political participation. ...(7)... the 1980s women could vote virtually everywhere in the world, except for a few Muslim
countries. As of mid-2005, when women in Kuwait won suffrage, women could vote in all countries ...(8)... men could vote
except Saudi Arabia. The right to vote usually included the right to ...(9)... for elected office. In 2005, there were 12 female
national leaders in the world, including 8 heads of ...(10)... (3 monarchs and 5 presidents) and 4 heads of government (prime
ministers). In 2005, women made ...(11)... almost 16 percent of legislative bodies worldwide, compared to 11 percent in 1999
and 9 percent in 1987. Despite these advancements, women's role in governmental decision-making remains ...(12)....
Many disparities persist between women's legal rights and their economic status. Women today constitute nearly 70 percent
of the world’s poor, ...(13)... international efforts to compensate women and men ...(14)... in the workplace. While women
made up about 32 percent of the world's labour force in 1990, the percentage of women in positions to make important
decisions was far lower. In 2002, women held only 15.7 percent of corporate ...(15)... positions in the 500 largest companies
in the United States - an increase of 7 percentage points since 1995. In the mid-1990s, women comprised only 1 percent of
executives in the 1,000 largest corporations outside the United States.
Question 6:A. moves
B. varies
C. changes
D. depends
Question 7:A. At
B. By
C. On
D. Before
Question 8:A. where
B. whose
C. which
D. that
Question 9:A. run

B. went
C. tried
D. managed
Question 10:A. people
B. state
C. nation
D. country
Question 11:A. from
B. up
C. with
D. of
Question 12:A. limiting
B. limited
C. limitless
D. unlimited
Question 13:A. although B. because of
C. as
D. despite
Question 14:A. equality
B. equalization
C. equal
D. equally
Question 15:A. executive B. A and D
C. management
D. senior
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 16: John spent such enjoyable holiday in Europe this summer that he plans to return as soon as he saves enough
money.
A. such enjoyable
B. saves enough money
C. to return
D. that
Question 17: If Brian would have studied German in college, he would not have found the scientific terms so difficult to
understand.
A. so difficult to understand B. the scientific
C. in college
D. would have studied
Question 18: Despite the time of the year, yesterday’s temperature was enough hot to turn on the air-conditioning.
A. enough hot
B. to turn on
C. yesterday's
D. Despite
Question 19: Keith had so interesting and creative plans that everyone wanted to work on his committee.
A. so interesting
B. on
C. plans
D. wanted
Question 20: Although the quantity was small, we had supplies enough to finish the experiment.
A. was
B. supplies enough
C. Although
D. the
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 21: His behaviour was rather a shock to me.
A. His behaviour was shocking.
B. I was rather displeased with his behaviour.
C. I find his behaviour not a shock at all.
D. His behaviour took me away.
Question 22: I couldn't help laughing when he told me that story.
A. The story he told me did not help at all.
B. I did not laugh when hearing that story.
C. I couldn't resist laughing when he told me that story. D. I couldn't help him tell that story.
Question 23: It's no use reading that book.
A. You should read that book.
B. I have used the book for a long time.
C. That book is not worth reading.
D. That book has not been used.
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Question 24: The railworkers do not intend to call off their strike.
A. The rail workers are going to call off their strike.
B. The rail workers intend not to call off their strike.
C. The rail workers' strike is expected to take place.
D. The rail workers have no intention of calling off their strike.
Question 25: Despite his inexperience in the field, John applied for the job.
A. John did not apply for the job because of his inexperience in the field.
B. John applied for the job because he has experience in the field.
C. John was unable to do the job because he was inexperienced.
D. John applied for the job even though he has no experience in the field.
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 26:A. activity
B. opportunity
C. financially
D. discriminate
Question 27:A. passenger B. amazing
C. reference
D. envelope
Question 28:A. significant B. ability
C. sympathetic
D. political
Question 29:A. involve
B. emission
C. selection
D. entrance
Question 30:A. intellectual B. education
C. enlightenment
D. individual
Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 31: After you fill the application form...... , sign it and date it.
A. off
B. on
C. with
D. out
Question 32: You should always fill......your tank when it gets down to a quarter full.
A. up
B. in
C. off
D. out
Question 33: My grandfather passed......when I was only six years old. He had lung cancer.
A. away
B. out
C. over
D. off
Question 34: The teacher handed the test......five minutes after class started.
A. out
B. about
C. off
D. in
Question 35: You should go to your dentist for regular........
A. check-up
B. check-outs
C. check-ins
D. check-ups
Question 36: We’ve.......out of milk. You’ll have to drink your tea without it.
A. taken
B. gone
C. run
D. come
Question 37: Nancy ran.......Bob while both were shopping at the supermarket.
A. onto
B. upon
C. over
D. across
Question 38: Don’t let anyone.......you into buying a new car. There's nothing wrongwith your present one.
A. come
B. turn
C. talk
D. look
Question 39: We put his rude manner.......ignorance of our British customs.
A. up with
B. up to
C. down to
D. up at
Question 40: Terry spent hours of his free time helping me to repair my car. I must make it to him somehow.
A. away
B. for
C. on
D. up
Question 41: All students must hand......their homework the day after it is assigned.
A. to
B. on
C. out
D. in
Question 42: Every day many of us have to put......people that we don’t like.
A. off with
B. up
C. up with
D. on with
Question 43: You're not my boss, so what.......have you got to criticize me?
A. authority
B. right
C. power
D. A and B
Question 44: When he returned to his home town after the war, he found it had changed...... recognition.
A. B and D
B. out of all
C. off all
D. beyond all
Question 45: This article will.......the basis for our discussion.
A. form
B. make
C. do
D. give
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage.
Since the 1940s, most international women’s rights efforts have been organized by the Commission on the Status of
Women (CSW), an office established in 1947 by the United Nations (UN). The Commission is the only existing
intergovernmental body that issues reports on and recommendations for the promotion of women’s political, social,
economic, and cultural rights. The CSW also acts as an advocate for women’s rights and can urge immediate international
action in cases of severe violations of women’s rights.
The UN encouraged equality in the workplace for men and women when it sponsored the Convention Concerning Equal
Remuneration for Men and Women Workers for Work of Equal Value in 1953 and the Convention Concerning
Discrimination in Respect of Employment and Occupation in 1960. Over 100 countries ratified these measures. In 1975 the
UN launched the Decade for Women, a ten-year effort to focus on women’s issues. From 1975 to 1985 international groups
formed a series of conferences organized around the themes of equality, development, and peace. The conferences took place
throughout the world and drew leaders and delegates from developing and industrialized nations alike. The Decade for
Women culminated in the 1985 UN Nairobi Conference, held in Nairobi, Kenya, which was attended by 375 delegations of
women from nations around the world.
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The United Nations’ Fourth World Conference on Women was held in Beijing, China, in 1995. Over 17,000 people
registered for the event, including delegates from nearly 200 countries. The Platform for Action that emerged from the
conference focused on the removal of obstacles to women's equal participation in society. The most controversial sections of
the platform concerned reproductive rights, particularly the right to have an abortion. The final document declared that “the
ability of women to control their own fertility forms, an important basis for the enjoyment of other rights,” and asserted the
right of women and men to have access to all legal methods of fertility regulation.
Question 46: What was the main goal of the Decade for Women?
A. All are correct.
B. To encourage equality in the workplace for men and women.
C. To remove obstacles to women's equal participation in society.
D. To encourage equality, development, and peace for men and women.
Question 47: What did the Platform for Action in the World Conference on Women held in Beijing, China, in 1995 focus
on?
A. To solve the most controversial sections of the platform concerned reproductive rights.
B. To allow women to control their own fertility forms.
C. To remove obstacles to women’s equal participation in society,
D. To encourage equality in the workplace for men and women.
Question 48: When was the first convention on women’s equality held?
A. In 1953.
B. In 1975.
C. In 1947.
D. In 1940.
Question 49: What was the conclusion of the Platform for Action on women's reproductive rights?
A. All are correct.
B. To adopt the right of women to have an abortion.
C. To assert the right of women and men to have access to all legal methods of fertility regulation.
D. To allow women to have the ability to control their own fertility forms, beneficial to the enjoyment of other rights.
Question 50: What are the functions of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)?
A. To act as an advocate for women’s rights.
B. To urge immediate international action in cases of severe violations of women’s rights.
C. All are correct.
D. To have discussion on the promotion of women’s political, social, economic, and cultural rights.

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ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017
MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 423
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề

Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 1:A. reference
B. amazing
C. passenger
D. envelope
Question 2:A. emission
B. entrance
C. involve
D. selection
Question 3:A. activity
B. discriminate
C. opportunity
D. financially
Question 4:A. individual B. education
C. enlightenment
D. intellectual
Question 5:A. political
B. ability
C. significant
D. sympathetic
Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 6:A. offer
B. coffee
C. off
D. of
Question 7:A. champagne B. cheap
C. check
D. champion
Question 8:A. refugee
B. committee
C. referee
D. agree
Question 9:A. spice
B. police
C. nice
D. slice
Question 10:A. moment
B. event
C. element
D. equipment
Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 11: When he returned to his home town after the war, he found it had changed...... recognition.
A. off all
B. beyond all
C. out of all
D. B and C
Question 12: You should always fill......your tank when it gets down to a quarter full.
A. off
B. out
C. in
D. up
Question 13: This article will.......the basis for our discussion.
A. do
B. make
C. give
D. form
Question 14: We’ve.......out of milk. You’ll have to drink your tea without it.
A. run
B. taken
C. come
D. gone
Question 15: All students must hand......their homework the day after it is assigned.
A. out
B. on
C. in
D. to
Question 16: Every day many of us have to put......people that we don’t like.
A. off with
B. up
C. up with
D. on with
Question 17: My grandfather passed......when I was only six years old. He had lung cancer.
A. over
B. off
C. out
D. away
Question 18: Nancy ran.......Bob while both were shopping at the supermarket.
A. over
B. upon
C. onto
D. across
Question 19: We put his rude manner.......ignorance of our British customs.
A. up at
B. up with
C. down to
D. up to
Question 20: Don’t let anyone.......you into buying a new car. There's nothing wrongwith your present one.
A. talk
B. turn
C. look
D. come
Question 21: You should go to your dentist for regular........
A. check-outs
B. check-ins
C. check-ups
D. check-up
Question 22: You're not my boss, so what.......have you got to criticize me?
A. authority
B. power
C. A and D
D. right
Question 23: Terry spent hours of his free time helping me to repair my car. I must make it to him somehow.
A. up
B. for
C. away
D. on
Question 24: After you fill the application form...... , sign it and date it.
A. with
B. off
C. on
D. out
Question 25: The teacher handed the test......five minutes after class started.
A. about
B. off
C. in
D. out
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 26: Despite his inexperience in the field, John applied for the job.
A. John was unable to do the job because he was inexperienced.
B. John did not apply for the job because of his inexperience in the field.
C. John applied for the job even though he has no experience in the field.
D. John applied for the job because he has experience in the field.
Question 27: The railworkers do not intend to call off their strike.
A. The rail workers are going to call off their strike.
B. The rail workers have no intention of calling off their strike.
C. The rail workers intend not to call off their strike.
D. The rail workers' strike is expected to take place.
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Question 28: I couldn't help laughing when he told me that story.
A. I couldn't resist laughing when he told me that story. B. The story he told me did not help at all.
C. I couldn't help him tell that story.
D. I did not laugh when hearing that story.
Question 29: His behaviour was rather a shock to me.
A. His behaviour was shocking.
B. I was rather displeased with his behaviour.
C. I find his behaviour not a shock at all.
D. His behaviour took me away.
Question 30: It's no use reading that book.
A. You should read that book.
B. That book is not worth reading.
C. I have used the book for a long time.
D. That book has not been used.
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage.
Since the 1940s, most international women’s rights efforts have been organized by the Commission on the Status of
Women (CSW), an office established in 1947 by the United Nations (UN). The Commission is the only existing
intergovernmental body that issues reports on and recommendations for the promotion of women’s political, social,
economic, and cultural rights. The CSW also acts as an advocate for women’s rights and can urge immediate international
action in cases of severe violations of women’s rights.
The UN encouraged equality in the workplace for men and women when it sponsored the Convention Concerning Equal
Remuneration for Men and Women Workers for Work of Equal Value in 1953 and the Convention Concerning
Discrimination in Respect of Employment and Occupation in 1960. Over 100 countries ratified these measures. In 1975 the
UN launched the Decade for Women, a ten-year effort to focus on women’s issues. From 1975 to 1985 international groups
formed a series of conferences organized around the themes of equality, development, and peace. The conferences took place
throughout the world and drew leaders and delegates from developing and industrialized nations alike. The Decade for
Women culminated in the 1985 UN Nairobi Conference, held in Nairobi, Kenya, which was attended by 375 delegations of
women from nations around the world.
The United Nations’ Fourth World Conference on Women was held in Beijing, China, in 1995. Over 17,000 people
registered for the event, including delegates from nearly 200 countries. The Platform for Action that emerged from the
conference focused on the removal of obstacles to women's equal participation in society. The most controversial sections of
the platform concerned reproductive rights, particularly the right to have an abortion. The final document declared that “the
ability of women to control their own fertility forms, an important basis for the enjoyment of other rights,” and asserted the
right of women and men to have access to all legal methods of fertility regulation.
Question 31: When was the first convention on women’s equality held?
A. In 1975.
B. In 1947.
C. In 1940.
D. In 1953.
Question 32: What was the conclusion of the Platform for Action on women's reproductive rights?
A. To assert the right of women and men to have access to all legal methods of fertility regulation.
B. All are correct.
C. To allow women to have the ability to control their own fertility forms, beneficial to the enjoyment of other rights.
D. To adopt the right of women to have an abortion.
Question 33: What did the Platform for Action in the World Conference on Women held in Beijing, China, in 1995 focus
on?
A. To encourage equality in the workplace for men and women.
B. To allow women to control their own fertility forms.
C. To remove obstacles to women’s equal participation in society,
D. To solve the most controversial sections of the platform concerned reproductive rights.
Question 34: What was the main goal of the Decade for Women?
A. All are correct.
B. To encourage equality, development, and peace for men and women.
C. To remove obstacles to women's equal participation in society.
D. To encourage equality in the workplace for men and women.
Question 35: What are the functions of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)?
A. To act as an advocate for women’s rights.
B. All are correct.
C. To urge immediate international action in cases of severe violations of women’s rights.
D. To have discussion on the promotion of women’s political, social, economic, and cultural rights.
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
The status of women’s rights today ...(36)... dramatically in different countries and, in some cases, among groups within the
same country, such as ethnic groups or economic classes. In recent decades women around the world have made strides in
political participation. ...(37)... the 1980s women could vote virtually everywhere in the world, except for a few Muslim
countries. As of mid-2005, when women in Kuwait won suffrage, women could vote in all countries ...(38)... men could vote
except Saudi Arabia. The right to vote usually included the right to ...(39)... for elected office. In 2005, there were 12 female
national leaders in the world, including 8 heads of ...(40)... (3 monarchs and 5 presidents) and 4 heads of government (prime
ministers). In 2005, women made ...(41)... almost 16 percent of legislative bodies worldwide, compared to 11 percent in 1999
and 9 percent in 1987. Despite these advancements, women's role in governmental decision-making remains ...(42)....
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Many disparities persist between women's legal rights and their economic status. Women today constitute nearly 70 percent
of the world’s poor, ...(43)... international efforts to compensate women and men ...(44)... in the workplace. While women
made up about 32 percent of the world's labour force in 1990, the percentage of women in positions to make important
decisions was far lower. In 2002, women held only 15.7 percent of corporate ...(45)... positions in the 500 largest companies
in the United States - an increase of 7 percentage points since 1995. In the mid-1990s, women comprised only 1 percent of
executives in the 1,000 largest corporations outside the United States.
Question 36:A. varies
B. depends
C. moves
D. changes
Question 37:A. At
B. Before
C. On
D. By
Question 38:A. where
B. that
C. which
D. whose
Question 39:A. went
B. tried
C. run
D. managed
Question 40:A. people
B. state
C. nation
D. country
Question 41:A. with
B. from
C. up
D. of
Question 42:A. limitless B. limited
C. unlimited
D. limiting
Question 43:A. as
B. despite
C. although
D. because of
Question 44:A. equalization
B. equally
C. equal D. equality
Question 45:A. senior
B. A and D
C. management
D. executive
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 46: Although the quantity was small, we had supplies enough to finish the experiment.
A. was
B. supplies enough
C. the
D. Although
Question 47: If Brian would have studied German in college, he would not have found the scientific terms so difficult to
understand.
A. in college
B. so difficult to understand
C. would have studied
D. the scientific
Question 48: John spent such enjoyable holiday in Europe this summer that he plans to return as soon as he saves enough
money.
A. to return
B. saves enough money
C. such enjoyable
D. that
Question 49: Keith had so interesting and creative plans that everyone wanted to work on his committee.
A. plans
B. on
C. wanted
D. so interesting
Question 50: Despite the time of the year, yesterday’s temperature was enough hot to turn on the air-conditioning.
A. enough hot
B. Despite
C. yesterday's
D. to turn on

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MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 196
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. spice
B. nice
C. police
D. slice
Question 2:A. equipment B. element
C. moment
D. event
Question 3:A. referee
B. refugee
C. committee
D. agree
Question 4:A. check
B. champion
C. champagne
D. cheap
Question 5:A. off
B. offer
C. of
D. coffee
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 6:A. activity
B. financially
C. opportunity
D. discriminate
Question 7:A. selection
B. emission
C. involve
D. entrance
Question 8:A. intellectual B. education
C. individual
D. enlightenment
Question 9:A. ability
B. political
C. significant
D. sympathetic
Question 10:A. passenger B. envelope
C. reference
D. amazing
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 11: Although the quantity was small, we had supplies enough to finish the experiment.
A. was
B. supplies enough
C. the
D. Although
Question 12: Despite the time of the year, yesterday’s temperature was enough hot to turn on the air-conditioning.
A. to turn on
B. yesterday's
C. enough hot
D. Despite
Question 13: If Brian would have studied German in college, he would not have found the scientific terms so difficult to
understand.
A. would have studied
B. in college
C. the scientific
D. so difficult to understand
Question 14: Keith had so interesting and creative plans that everyone wanted to work on his committee.
A. on
B. plans
C. wanted
D. so interesting
Question 15: John spent such enjoyable holiday in Europe this summer that he plans to return as soon as he saves enough
money.
A. that
B. such enjoyable
C. saves enough money
D. to return
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
The status of women’s rights today ...(16)... dramatically in different countries and, in some cases, among groups within the
same country, such as ethnic groups or economic classes. In recent decades women around the world have made strides in
political participation. ...(17)... the 1980s women could vote virtually everywhere in the world, except for a few Muslim
countries. As of mid-2005, when women in Kuwait won suffrage, women could vote in all countries ...(18)... men could vote
except Saudi Arabia. The right to vote usually included the right to ...(19)... for elected office. In 2005, there were 12 female
national leaders in the world, including 8 heads of ...(20)... (3 monarchs and 5 presidents) and 4 heads of government (prime
ministers). In 2005, women made ...(21)... almost 16 percent of legislative bodies worldwide, compared to 11 percent in 1999
and 9 percent in 1987. Despite these advancements, women's role in governmental decision-making remains ...(22)....
Many disparities persist between women's legal rights and their economic status. Women today constitute nearly 70 percent
of the world’s poor, ...(23)... international efforts to compensate women and men ...(24)... in the workplace. While women
made up about 32 percent of the world's labour force in 1990, the percentage of women in positions to make important
decisions was far lower. In 2002, women held only 15.7 percent of corporate ...(25)... positions in the 500 largest companies
in the United States - an increase of 7 percentage points since 1995. In the mid-1990s, women comprised only 1 percent of
executives in the 1,000 largest corporations outside the United States.
Question 16:A. varies
B. depends
C. moves
D. changes
Question 17:A. At
B. On
C. By
D. Before
Question 18:A. which
B. where
C. that
D. whose
Question 19:A. run
B. managed
C. went
D. tried
Question 20:A. nation
B. people
C. state
D. country
Question 21:A. of
B. with
C. up
D. from
Question 22:A. unlimited B. limitless
C. limiting
D. limited
Question 23:A. despite
B. as
C. because of
D. although
Question 24:A. equally
B. equality
C. equal
D. equalization
Question 25:A. executive B. A and D
C. management
D. senior
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 26: The railworkers do not intend to call off their strike.
A. The rail workers are going to call off their strike.
B. The rail workers have no intention of calling off their strike.
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C. The rail workers' strike is expected to take place.
D. The rail workers intend not to call off their strike.
Question 27: I couldn't help laughing when he told me that story.
A. The story he told me did not help at all.
B. I did not laugh when hearing that story.
C. I couldn't resist laughing when he told me that story. D. I couldn't help him tell that story.
Question 28: His behaviour was rather a shock to me.
A. I was rather displeased with his behaviour.
B. His behaviour was shocking.
C. His behaviour took me away.
D. I find his behaviour not a shock at all.
Question 29: It's no use reading that book.
A. That book is not worth reading.
B. You should read that book.
C. That book has not been used.
D. I have used the book for a long time.
Question 30: Despite his inexperience in the field, John applied for the job.
A. John was unable to do the job because he was inexperienced.
B. John applied for the job because he has experience in the field.
C. John applied for the job even though he has no experience in the field.
D. John did not apply for the job because of his inexperience in the field.
Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 31: After you fill the application form...... , sign it and date it.
A. off
B. on
C. out
D. with
Question 32: The teacher handed the test......five minutes after class started.
A. off
B. in
C. about
D. out
Question 33: When he returned to his home town after the war, he found it had changed......recognition.
A. out of all
B. beyond all
C. A and B
D. off all
Question 34: We’ve.......out of milk. You’ll have to drink your tea without it.
A. run
B. taken
C. gone
D. come
Question 35: You should always fill......your tank when it gets down to a quarter full.
A. off
B. out
C. in
D. up
Question 36: You should go to your dentist for regular........
A. check-outs
B. check-ins
C. check-up
D. check-ups
Question 37: Nancy ran.......Bob while both were shopping at the supermarket.
A. over
B. onto
C. across
D. upon
Question 38: Every day many of us have to put......people that we don’t like.
A. up with
B. up
C. on with
D. off with
Question 39: We put his rude manner.......ignorance of our British customs.
A. up at
B. down to
C. up to
D. up with
Question 40: This article will.......the basis for our discussion.
A. give
B. make
C. form
D. do
Question 41: Terry spent hours of his free time helping me to repair my car. I must make it to him somehow.
A. for
B. away
C. up
D. on
Question 42: You're not my boss, so what.......have you got to criticize me?
A. B and C
B. right
C. authority
D. power
Question 43: My grandfather passed......when I was only six years old. He had lung cancer.
A. off
B. away
C. over
D. out
Question 44: All students must hand......their homework the day after it is assigned.
A. to
B. in
C. on
D. out
Question 45: Don’t let anyone.......you into buying a new car. There's nothing wrongwith your present one.
A. come
B. look
C. talk
D. turn
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage.
Since the 1940s, most international women’s rights efforts have been organized by the Commission on the Status of
Women (CSW), an office established in 1947 by the United Nations (UN). The Commission is the only existing
intergovernmental body that issues reports on and recommendations for the promotion of women’s political, social,
economic, and cultural rights. The CSW also acts as an advocate for women’s rights and can urge immediate international
action in cases of severe violations of women’s rights.
The UN encouraged equality in the workplace for men and women when it sponsored the Convention Concerning Equal
Remuneration for Men and Women Workers for Work of Equal Value in 1953 and the Convention Concerning
Discrimination in Respect of Employment and Occupation in 1960. Over 100 countries ratified these measures. In 1975 the
UN launched the Decade for Women, a ten-year effort to focus on women’s issues. From 1975 to 1985 international groups
formed a series of conferences organized around the themes of equality, development, and peace. The conferences took place
throughout the world and drew leaders and delegates from developing and industrialized nations alike. The Decade for
Women culminated in the 1985 UN Nairobi Conference, held in Nairobi, Kenya, which was attended by 375 delegations of
women from nations around the world.
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The United Nations’ Fourth World Conference on Women was held in Beijing, China, in 1995. Over 17,000 people
registered for the event, including delegates from nearly 200 countries. The Platform for Action that emerged from the
conference focused on the removal of obstacles to women's equal participation in society. The most controversial sections of
the platform concerned reproductive rights, particularly the right to have an abortion. The final document declared that “the
ability of women to control their own fertility forms, an important basis for the enjoyment of other rights,” and asserted the
right of women and men to have access to all legal methods of fertility regulation.
Question 46: What was the main goal of the Decade for Women?
A. To encourage equality, development, and peace for men and women.
B. All are correct.
C. To remove obstacles to women's equal participation in society.
D. To encourage equality in the workplace for men and women.
Question 47: What are the functions of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)?
A. All are correct.
B. To urge immediate international action in cases of severe violations of women’s rights.
C. To act as an advocate for women’s rights.
D. To have discussion on the promotion of women’s political, social, economic, and cultural rights.
Question 48: When was the first convention on women’s equality held?
A. In 1953.
B. In 1940.
C. In 1947.
D. In 1975.
Question 49: What was the conclusion of the Platform for Action on women's reproductive rights?
A. All are correct.
B. To allow women to have the ability to control their own fertility forms, beneficial to the enjoyment of other rights.
C. To assert the right of women and men to have access to all legal methods of fertility regulation.
D. To adopt the right of women to have an abortion.
Question 50: What did the Platform for Action in the World Conference on Women held in Beijing, China, in 1995 focus
on?
A. To solve the most controversial sections of the platform concerned reproductive rights.
B. To encourage equality in the workplace for men and women.
C. To remove obstacles to women’s equal participation in society,
D. To allow women to control their own fertility forms.

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Mã Phách ……….

Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 1:A. offer
B. off
C. coffee
D. of
Question 2:A. spice
B. slice
C. nice
D. police
Question 3:A. referee
B. refugee
C. committee
D. agree
Question 4:A. champion B. check
C. cheap
D. champagne
Question 5:A. element B. equipment
C. event
D. moment
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 6: It's no use reading that book.
A. I have used the book for a long time.
B. That book has not been used.
C. You should read that book.
D. That book is not worth reading.
Question 7: His behaviour was rather a shock to me.
A. His behaviour was shocking.
B. His behaviour took me away.
C. I find his behaviour not a shock at all.
D. I was rather displeased with his behaviour.
Question 8: Despite his inexperience in the field, John applied for the job.
A. John applied for the job because he has experience in the field.
B. John did not apply for the job because of his inexperience in the field.
C. John was unable to do the job because he was inexperienced.
D. John applied for the job even though he has no experience in the field.
Question 9: I couldn't help laughing when he told me that story.
A. I couldn't help him tell that story.
B. I couldn't resist laughing when he told me that story.
C. The story he told me did not help at all.
D. I did not laugh when hearing that story.
Question 10: The railworkers do not intend to call off their strike.
A. The rail workers intend not to call off their strike.
B. The rail workers are going to call off their strike.
C. The rail workers' strike is expected to take place.
D. The rail workers have no intention of calling off their strike.
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 11:A. passenger B. amazing
C. envelope
D. reference
Question 12:A. financially B. activity
C. opportunity
D. discriminate
Question 13:A. ability
B. sympathetic
C. significant
D. political
Question 14:A. selection B. entrance
C. emission
D. involve
Question 15:A. individual B. education
C. enlightenment
D. intellectual
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 16: John spent such enjoyable holiday in Europe this summer that he plans to return as soon as he saves enough
money.
A. such enjoyable
B. to return
C. saves enough money
D. that
Question 17: Despite the time of the year, yesterday’s temperature was enough hot to turn on the air-conditioning.
A. to turn on
B. yesterday's
C. Despite
D. enough hot
Question 18: Although the quantity was small, we had supplies enough to finish the experiment.
A. was
B. the
C. supplies enough
D. Although
Question 19: If Brian would have studied German in college, he would not have found the scientific terms so difficult to
understand.
A. the scientific
B. would have studied
C. so difficult to understand
D. in college
Question 20: Keith had so interesting and creative plans that everyone wanted to work on his committee.
A. on
B. wanted
C. so interesting
D. plans
Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 21: Nancy ran.......Bob while both were shopping at the supermarket.
A. upon
B. over
C. onto
D. across
Question 22: You should go to your dentist for regular........
A. check-outs
B. check-up
C. check-ins
D. check-ups
Question 23: Don’t let anyone.......you into buying a new car. There's nothing wrongwith your present one.
A. talk
B. turn
C. look
D. come
Question 24: Every day many of us have to put......people that we don’t like.
A. on with
B. off with
C. up
D. up with
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Question 25: After you fill the application form...... , sign it and date it.
A. on
B. with
C. out
D. off
Question 26: All students must hand......their homework the day after it is assigned.
A. in
B. to
C. out
D. on
Question 27: Terry spent hours of his free time helping me to repair my car. I must make it to him somehow.
A. up
B. for
C. on
D. away
Question 28: The teacher handed the test......five minutes after class started.
A. in
B. about
C. out
D. off
Question 29: We’ve.......out of milk. You’ll have to drink your tea without it.
A. come
B. run
C. gone
D. taken
Question 30: We put his rude manner.......ignorance of our British customs.
A. down to
B. up to
C. up at
D. up with
Question 31: You should always fill......your tank when it gets down to a quarter full.
A. out
B. up
C. in
D. off
Question 32: This article will.......the basis for our discussion.
A. do
B. form
C. make
D. give
Question 33: When he returned to his home town after the war, he found it had changed...... recognition.
A. B and C
B. out of all
C. beyond all
D. off all
Question 34: You're not my boss, so what.......have you got to criticize me?
A. authority
B. power
C. right
D. A and C
Question 35: My grandfather passed......when I was only six years old. He had lung cancer.
A. over
B. off
C. out
D. away
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
The status of women’s rights today ...(36)... dramatically in different countries and, in some cases, among groups within the
same country, such as ethnic groups or economic classes. In recent decades women around the world have made strides in
political participation. ...(37)... the 1980s women could vote virtually everywhere in the world, except for a few Muslim
countries. As of mid-2005, when women in Kuwait won suffrage, women could vote in all countries ...(38)... men could vote
except Saudi Arabia. The right to vote usually included the right to ...(39)... for elected office. In 2005, there were 12 female
national leaders in the world, including 8 heads of ...(40)... (3 monarchs and 5 presidents) and 4 heads of government (prime
ministers). In 2005, women made ...(41)... almost 16 percent of legislative bodies worldwide, compared to 11 percent in 1999
and 9 percent in 1987. Despite these advancements, women's role in governmental decision-making remains ...(42)....
Many disparities persist between women's legal rights and their economic status. Women today constitute nearly 70 percent
of the world’s poor, ...(43)... international efforts to compensate women and men ...(44)... in the workplace. While women
made up about 32 percent of the world's labour force in 1990, the percentage of women in positions to make important
decisions was far lower. In 2002, women held only 15.7 percent of corporate ...(45)... positions in the 500 largest companies
in the United States - an increase of 7 percentage points since 1995. In the mid-1990s, women comprised only 1 percent of
executives in the 1,000 largest corporations outside the United States.
Question 36:A. varies
B. depends
C. changes
D. moves
Question 37:A. At
B. Before
C. By
D. On
Question 38:A. where
B. whose
C. which
D. that
Question 39:A. managed B. run
C. tried
D. went
Question 40:A. people
B. country
C. state
D. nation
Question 41:A. of
B. up
C. from
D. with
Question 42:A. unlimited B. limiting
C. limitless
D. limited
Question 43:A. because of B. although
C. despite
D. as
Question 44:A. equally
B. equalization
C. equal
D. equality
Question 45:A. senior
B. management
C. A and D
D. executive
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage.
Since the 1940s, most international women’s rights efforts have been organized by the Commission on the Status of
Women (CSW), an office established in 1947 by the United Nations (UN). The Commission is the only existing
intergovernmental body that issues reports on and recommendations for the promotion of women’s political, social,
economic, and cultural rights. The CSW also acts as an advocate for women’s rights and can urge immediate international
action in cases of severe violations of women’s rights.
The UN encouraged equality in the workplace for men and women when it sponsored the Convention Concerning Equal
Remuneration for Men and Women Workers for Work of Equal Value in 1953 and the Convention Concerning
Discrimination in Respect of Employment and Occupation in 1960. Over 100 countries ratified these measures. In 1975 the
UN launched the Decade for Women, a ten-year effort to focus on women’s issues. From 1975 to 1985 international groups
formed a series of conferences organized around the themes of equality, development, and peace. The conferences took place
throughout the world and drew leaders and delegates from developing and industrialized nations alike. The Decade for
Women culminated in the 1985 UN Nairobi Conference, held in Nairobi, Kenya, which was attended by 375 delegations of
women from nations around the world.
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The United Nations’ Fourth World Conference on Women was held in Beijing, China, in 1995. Over 17,000 people
registered for the event, including delegates from nearly 200 countries. The Platform for Action that emerged from the
conference focused on the removal of obstacles to women's equal participation in society. The most controversial sections of
the platform concerned reproductive rights, particularly the right to have an abortion. The final document declared that “the
ability of women to control their own fertility forms, an important basis for the enjoyment of other rights,” and asserted the
right of women and men to have access to all legal methods of fertility regulation.
Question 46: What was the conclusion of the Platform for Action on women's reproductive rights?
A. To assert the right of women and men to have access to all legal methods of fertility regulation.
B. To allow women to have the ability to control their own fertility forms, beneficial to the enjoyment of other rights.
C. All are correct.
D. To adopt the right of women to have an abortion.
Question 47: When was the first convention on women’s equality held?
A. In 1975.
B. In 1953.
C. In 1947.
D. In 1940.
Question 48: What are the functions of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)?
A. To act as an advocate for women’s rights.
B. To urge immediate international action in cases of severe violations of women’s rights.
C. All are correct.
D. To have discussion on the promotion of women’s political, social, economic, and cultural rights.
Question 49: What was the main goal of the Decade for Women?
A. To encourage equality in the workplace for men and women.
B. All are correct.
C. To remove obstacles to women's equal participation in society.
D. To encourage equality, development, and peace for men and women.
Question 50: What did the Platform for Action in the World Conference on Women held in Beijing, China, in 1995 focus
on?
A. To allow women to control their own fertility forms.
B. To solve the most controversial sections of the platform concerned reproductive rights.
C. To encourage equality in the workplace for men and women.
D. To remove obstacles to women’s equal participation in society,

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

Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 1: You should always fill......your tank when it gets down to a quarter full.
A. in
B. out
C. up
D. off
Question 2: This article will.......the basis for our discussion.
A. give
B. do
C. form
D. make
Question 3: The teacher handed the test......five minutes after class started.
A. off
B. about
C. out
D. in
Question 4: When he returned to his home town after the war, he found it had changed...... recognition.
A. out of all
B. A and C
C. beyond all
D. off all
Question 5: You're not my boss, so what.......have you got to criticize me?
A. authority
B. power
C. right
D. A and C
Question 6: You should go to your dentist for regular........
A. check-ups
B. check-outs
C. check-up
D. check-ins
Question 7: Every day many of us have to put......people that we don’t like.
A. off with
B. on with
C. up with
D. up
Question 8: Nancy ran.......Bob while both were shopping at the supermarket.
A. upon
B. onto
C. across
D. over
Question 9: We put his rude manner.......ignorance of our British customs.
A. up at
B. down to
C. up to
D. up with
Question 10: Terry spent hours of his free time helping me to repair my car. I must make it to him somehow.
A. away
B. for
C. on
D. up
Question 11: After you fill the application form...... , sign it and date it.
A. with
B. off
C. out
D. on
Question 12: My grandfather passed......when I was only six years old. He had lung cancer.
A. over
B. off
C. out
D. away
Question 13: All students must hand......their homework the day after it is assigned.
A. to
B. out
C. on
D. in
Question 14: Don’t let anyone.......you into buying a new car. There's nothing wrongwith your present one.
A. look
B. turn
C. talk
D. come
Question 15: We’ve.......out of milk. You’ll have to drink your tea without it.
A. run
B. come
C. taken
D. gone
Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 16:A. offer
B. of
C. off
D. coffee
Question 17:A. committee B. refugee
C. agree
D. referee
Question 18:A. cheap
B. champion
C. check
D. champagne
Question 19:A. slice
B. police
C. spice
D. nice
Question 20:A. equipment B. element
C. event
D. moment
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 21:A. significant B. sympathetic
C. political
D. ability
Question 22:A. individual B. education
C. enlightenment
D. intellectual
Question 23:A. amazing B. envelope
C. passenger
D. reference
Question 24:A. opportunity B. financially
C. discriminate
D. activity
Question 25:A. entrance B. involve
C. selection
D. emission
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
The status of women’s rights today ...(26)... dramatically in different countries and, in some cases, among groups within the
same country, such as ethnic groups or economic classes. In recent decades women around the world have made strides in
political participation. ...(27)... the 1980s women could vote virtually everywhere in the world, except for a few Muslim
countries. As of mid-2005, when women in Kuwait won suffrage, women could vote in all countries ...(28)... men could vote
except Saudi Arabia. The right to vote usually included the right to ...(29)... for elected office. In 2005, there were 12 female
national leaders in the world, including 8 heads of ...(30)... (3 monarchs and 5 presidents) and 4 heads of government (prime
ministers). In 2005, women made ...(31)... almost 16 percent of legislative bodies worldwide, compared to 11 percent in 1999
and 9 percent in 1987. Despite these advancements, women's role in governmental decision-making remains ...(32)....
Many disparities persist between women's legal rights and their economic status. Women today constitute nearly 70 percent
of the world’s poor, ...(33)... international efforts to compensate women and men ...(34)... in the workplace. While women
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made up about 32 percent of the world's labour force in 1990, the percentage of women in positions to make important
decisions was far lower. In 2002, women held only 15.7 percent of corporate ...(35)... positions in the 500 largest companies
in the United States - an increase of 7 percentage points since 1995. In the mid-1990s, women comprised only 1 percent of
executives in the 1,000 largest corporations outside the United States.
Question 26:A. depends
B. changes
C. varies
D. moves
Question 27:A. Before
B. On
C. By
D. At
Question 28:A. whose
B. where
C. which
D. that
Question 29:A. went
B. managed
C. tried
D. run
Question 30:A. people
B. nation
C. state
D. country
Question 31:A. up
B. of
C. from
D. with
Question 32:A. limitless B. unlimited
C. limited
D. limiting
Question 33:A. although B. because of
C. despite
D. as
Question 34:A. equal
B. equality
C. equally
D. equalization
Question 35:A. senior
B. A and D
C. management
D. executive
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 36: His behaviour was rather a shock to me.
A. His behaviour took me away.
B. I find his behaviour not a shock at all.
C. His behaviour was shocking.
D. I was rather displeased with his behaviour.
Question 37: Despite his inexperience in the field, John applied for the job.
A. John did not apply for the job because of his inexperience in the field.
B. John was unable to do the job because he was inexperienced.
C. John applied for the job because he has experience in the field.
D. John applied for the job even though he has no experience in the field.
Question 38: It's no use reading that book.
A. That book is not worth reading.
B. I have used the book for a long time.
C. You should read that book.
D. That book has not been used.
Question 39: I couldn't help laughing when he told me that story.
A. I couldn't help him tell that story.
B. I did not laugh when hearing that story.
C. The story he told me did not help at all.
D. I couldn't resist laughing when he told me that story.
Question 40: The railworkers do not intend to call off their strike.
A. The rail workers are going to call off their strike.
B. The rail workers intend not to call off their strike.
C. The rail workers have no intention of calling off their strike.
D. The rail workers' strike is expected to take place.
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage.
Since the 1940s, most international women’s rights efforts have been organized by the Commission on the Status of
Women (CSW), an office established in 1947 by the United Nations (UN). The Commission is the only existing
intergovernmental body that issues reports on and recommendations for the promotion of women’s political, social,
economic, and cultural rights. The CSW also acts as an advocate for women’s rights and can urge immediate international
action in cases of severe violations of women’s rights.
The UN encouraged equality in the workplace for men and women when it sponsored the Convention Concerning Equal
Remuneration for Men and Women Workers for Work of Equal Value in 1953 and the Convention Concerning
Discrimination in Respect of Employment and Occupation in 1960. Over 100 countries ratified these measures. In 1975 the
UN launched the Decade for Women, a ten-year effort to focus on women’s issues. From 1975 to 1985 international groups
formed a series of conferences organized around the themes of equality, development, and peace. The conferences took place
throughout the world and drew leaders and delegates from developing and industrialized nations alike. The Decade for
Women culminated in the 1985 UN Nairobi Conference, held in Nairobi, Kenya, which was attended by 375 delegations of
women from nations around the world.
The United Nations’ Fourth World Conference on Women was held in Beijing, China, in 1995. Over 17,000 people
registered for the event, including delegates from nearly 200 countries. The Platform for Action that emerged from the
conference focused on the removal of obstacles to women's equal participation in society. The most controversial sections of
the platform concerned reproductive rights, particularly the right to have an abortion. The final document declared that “the
ability of women to control their own fertility forms, an important basis for the enjoyment of other rights,” and asserted the
right of women and men to have access to all legal methods of fertility regulation.
Question 41: When was the first convention on women’s equality held?
A. In 1947.
B. In 1975.
C. In 1940.
D. In 1953.
Question 42: What did the Platform for Action in the World Conference on Women held in Beijing, China, in 1995 focus
on?
A. To solve the most controversial sections of the platform concerned reproductive rights.
B. To allow women to control their own fertility forms.
C. To encourage equality in the workplace for men and women.
D. To remove obstacles to women’s equal participation in society,
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Question 43: What are the functions of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)?
A. All are correct.
B. To have discussion on the promotion of women’s political, social, economic, and cultural rights.
C. To act as an advocate for women’s rights.
D. To urge immediate international action in cases of severe violations of women’s rights.
Question 44: What was the main goal of the Decade for Women?
A. To encourage equality in the workplace for men and women.
B. To encourage equality, development, and peace for men and women.
C. All are correct.
D. To remove obstacles to women's equal participation in society.
Question 45: What was the conclusion of the Platform for Action on women's reproductive rights?
A. To allow women to have the ability to control their own fertility forms, beneficial to the enjoyment of other rights.
B. To adopt the right of women to have an abortion.
C. All are correct.
D. To assert the right of women and men to have access to all legal methods of fertility regulation.
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 46: If Brian would have studied German in college, he would not have found the scientific terms so difficult to
understand.
A. in college
B. the scientific
C. so difficult to understand
D. would have studied
Question 47: Keith had so interesting and creative plans that everyone wanted to work on his committee.
A. wanted
B. on
C. so interesting
D. plans
Question 48: Despite the time of the year, yesterday’s temperature was enough hot to turn on the air-conditioning.
A. enough hot
B. Despite
C. to turn on
D. yesterday's
Question 49: John spent such enjoyable holiday in Europe this summer that he plans to return as soon as he saves enough
money.
A. such enjoyable
B. to return
C. that
D. saves enough money
Question 50: Although the quantity was small, we had supplies enough to finish the experiment.
A. supplies enough
B. was
C. the
D. Although

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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. offer
B. off
C. of
D. coffee
Question 2:A. equipment B. moment
C. event
D. element
Question 3:A. committee B. agree
C. refugee
D. referee
Question 4:A. champagne B. champion
C. cheap
D. check
Question 5:A. police
B. nice
C. spice
D. slice
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 6:A. enlightenment B. intellectual
C. individual
D. education
Question 7:A. reference
B. envelope
C. amazing
D. passenger
Question 8:A. opportunity B. discriminate
C. activity
D. financially
Question 9:A. significant B. sympathetic
C. political
D. ability
Question 10:A. entrance B. emission
C. selection
D. involve
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
The status of women’s rights today ...(11)... dramatically in different countries and, in some cases, among groups within the
same country, such as ethnic groups or economic classes. In recent decades women around the world have made strides in
political participation. ...(12)... the 1980s women could vote virtually everywhere in the world, except for a few Muslim
countries. As of mid-2005, when women in Kuwait won suffrage, women could vote in all countries ...(13)... men could vote
except Saudi Arabia. The right to vote usually included the right to ...(14)... for elected office. In 2005, there were 12 female
national leaders in the world, including 8 heads of ...(15)... (3 monarchs and 5 presidents) and 4 heads of government (prime
ministers). In 2005, women made ...(16)... almost 16 percent of legislative bodies worldwide, compared to 11 percent in 1999
and 9 percent in 1987. Despite these advancements, women's role in governmental decision-making remains ...(17)....
Many disparities persist between women's legal rights and their economic status. Women today constitute nearly 70 percent
of the world’s poor, ...(18)... international efforts to compensate women and men ...(19)... in the workplace. While women
made up about 32 percent of the world's labour force in 1990, the percentage of women in positions to make important
decisions was far lower. In 2002, women held only 15.7 percent of corporate ...(20)... positions in the 500 largest companies
in the United States - an increase of 7 percentage points since 1995. In the mid-1990s, women comprised only 1 percent of
executives in the 1,000 largest corporations outside the United States.
Question 11:A. moves B. depends
C. changes
D. varies
Question 12:A. At
B. Before
C. By
D. On
Question 13:A. whose B. where
C. which
D. that
Question 14:A. went
B. managed
C. run
D. tried
Question 15:A. country B. people
C. nation
D. state
Question 16:A. of
B. with
C. from
D. up
Question 17:A. unlimited B. limitless
C. limiting
D. limited
Question 18:A. despite B. although
C. as
D. because of
Question 19:A. equal
B. equality
C. equally
D. equalization
Question 20:A. B and C B. senior
C. executive
D. management
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 21: His behaviour was rather a shock to me.
A. His behaviour took me away.
B. I find his behaviour not a shock at all.
C. I was rather displeased with his behaviour.
D. His behaviour was shocking.
Question 22: The railworkers do not intend to call off their strike.
A. The rail workers have no intention of calling off their strike.
B. The rail workers intend not to call off their strike.
C. The rail workers are going to call off their strike.
D. The rail workers' strike is expected to take place.
Question 23: It's no use reading that book.
A. You should read that book.
B. I have used the book for a long time.
C. That book has not been used.
D. That book is not worth reading.
Question 24: Despite his inexperience in the field, John applied for the job.
A. John was unable to do the job because he was inexperienced.
B. John applied for the job even though he has no experience in the field.
C. John did not apply for the job because of his inexperience in the field.
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D. John applied for the job because he has experience in the field.
Question 25: I couldn't help laughing when he told me that story.
A. I couldn't resist laughing when he told me that story. B. I couldn't help him tell that story.
C. The story he told me did not help at all.
D. I did not laugh when hearing that story.
Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 26: After you fill the application form...... , sign it and date it.
A. off
B. with
C. on
D. out
Question 27: All students must hand......their homework the day after it is assigned.
A. to
B. out
C. in
D. on
Question 28: You should always fill......your tank when it gets down to a quarter full.
A. out
B. up
C. in
D. off
Question 29: Every day many of us have to put......people that we don’t like.
A. on with
B. off with
C. up
D. up with
Question 30: My grandfather passed......when I was only six years old. He had lung cancer.
A. over
B. away
C. out
D. off
Question 31: You're not my boss, so what.......have you got to criticize me?
A. authority
B. A and D
C. power
D. right
Question 32: Nancy ran.......Bob while both were shopping at the supermarket.
A. across
B. onto
C. over
D. upon
Question 33: Terry spent hours of his free time helping me to repair my car. I must make it to him somehow.
A. for
B. on
C. away
D. up
Question 34: We put his rude manner.......ignorance of our British customs.
A. up to
B. up at
C. up with
D. down to
Question 35: When he returned to his home town after the war, he found it had changed.......recognition.
A. off all
B. out of all
C. beyond all
D. B and C
Question 36: We’ve.......out of milk. You’ll have to drink your tea without it.
A. gone
B. come
C. run
D. taken
Question 37: This article will.......the basis for our discussion.
A. do
B. make
C. give
D. form
Question 38: You should go to your dentist for regular........
A. check-up
B. check-outs
C. check-ups
D. check-ins
Question 39: Don’t let anyone.......you into buying a new car. There's nothing wrongwith your present one.
A. look
B. talk
C. turn
D. come
Question 40: The teacher handed the test......five minutes after class started.
A. in
B. off
C. about
D. out
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 41: Although the quantity was small, we had supplies enough to finish the experiment.
A. the
B. supplies enough
C. Although
D. was
Question 42: John spent such enjoyable holiday in Europe this summer that he plans to return as soon as he saves enough
money.
A. such enjoyable
B. saves enough money
C. that
D. to return
Question 43: If Brian would have studied German in college, he would not have found the scientific terms so difficult to
understand.
A. so difficult to understand
B. in college
C. the scientific D. would
have studied
Question 44: Keith had so interesting and creative plans that everyone wanted to work on his committee.
A. so interesting
B. on
C. plans
D. wanted
Question 45: Despite the time of the year, yesterday’s temperature was enough hot to turn on the air-conditioning.
A. Despite
B. to turn on
C. yesterday's
D. enough hot
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage.
Since the 1940s, most international women’s rights efforts have been organized by the Commission on the Status of
Women (CSW), an office established in 1947 by the United Nations (UN). The Commission is the only existing
intergovernmental body that issues reports on and recommendations for the promotion of women’s political, social,
economic, and cultural rights. The CSW also acts as an advocate for women’s rights and can urge immediate international
action in cases of severe violations of women’s rights.
The UN encouraged equality in the workplace for men and women when it sponsored the Convention Concerning Equal
Remuneration for Men and Women Workers for Work of Equal Value in 1953 and the Convention Concerning
Discrimination in Respect of Employment and Occupation in 1960. Over 100 countries ratified these measures. In 1975 the
UN launched the Decade for Women, a ten-year effort to focus on women’s issues. From 1975 to 1985 international groups
formed a series of conferences organized around the themes of equality, development, and peace. The conferences took place
throughout the world and drew leaders and delegates from developing and industrialized nations alike. The Decade for
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Women culminated in the 1985 UN Nairobi Conference, held in Nairobi, Kenya, which was attended by 375 delegations of
women from nations around the world.
The United Nations’ Fourth World Conference on Women was held in Beijing, China, in 1995. Over 17,000 people
registered for the event, including delegates from nearly 200 countries. The Platform for Action that emerged from the
conference focused on the removal of obstacles to women's equal participation in society. The most controversial sections of
the platform concerned reproductive rights, particularly the right to have an abortion. The final document declared that “the
ability of women to control their own fertility forms, an important basis for the enjoyment of other rights,” and asserted the
right of women and men to have access to all legal methods of fertility regulation.
Question 46: When was the first convention on women’s equality held?
A. In 1940.
B. In 1975.
C. In 1953.
D. In 1947.
Question 47: What was the conclusion of the Platform for Action on women's reproductive rights?
A. To allow women to have the ability to control their own fertility forms, beneficial to the enjoyment of other rights.
B. To assert the right of women and men to have access to all legal methods of fertility regulation.
C. To adopt the right of women to have an abortion.
D. All are correct.
Question 48: What was the main goal of the Decade for Women?
A. All are correct.
B. To remove obstacles to women's equal participation in society.
C. To encourage equality in the workplace for men and women.
D. To encourage equality, development, and peace for men and women.
Question 49: What did the Platform for Action in the World Conference on Women held in Beijing, China, in 1995 focus
on?
A. To remove obstacles to women’s equal participation in society,
B. To allow women to control their own fertility forms.
C. To solve the most controversial sections of the platform concerned reproductive rights.
D. To encourage equality in the workplace for men and women.
Question 50: What are the functions of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)?
A. To urge immediate international action in cases of severe violations of women’s rights.
B. To have discussion on the promotion of women’s political, social, economic, and cultural rights.
C. To act as an advocate for women’s rights.
D. All are correct.

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Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
The status of women’s rights today ...(1)... dramatically in different countries and, in some cases, among groups within the
same country, such as ethnic groups or economic classes. In recent decades women around the world have made strides in
political participation. ...(2)... the 1980s women could vote virtually everywhere in the world, except for a few Muslim
countries. As of mid-2005, when women in Kuwait won suffrage, women could vote in all countries ...(3)... men could vote
except Saudi Arabia. The right to vote usually included the right to ...(4)... for elected office. In 2005, there were 12 female
national leaders in the world, including 8 heads of ...(5)... (3 monarchs and 5 presidents) and 4 heads of government (prime
ministers). In 2005, women made ...(6)... almost 16 percent of legislative bodies worldwide, compared to 11 percent in 1999
and 9 percent in 1987. Despite these advancements, women's role in governmental decision-making remains ...(7)....
Many disparities persist between women's legal rights and their economic status. Women today constitute nearly 70 percent
of the world’s poor, ...(8)... international efforts to compensate women and men ...(9)... in the workplace. While women made
up about 32 percent of the world's labour force in 1990, the percentage of women in positions to make important decisions
was far lower. In 2002, women held only 15.7 percent of corporate ...(10)... positions in the 500 largest companies in the
United States - an increase of 7 percentage points since 1995. In the mid-1990s, women comprised only 1 percent of
executives in the 1,000 largest corporations outside the United States.
Question 1:A. varies
B. moves
C. changes
D. depends
Question 2:A. At
B. On
C. Before
D. By
Question 3:A. whose
B. where
C. that
D. which
Question 4:A. went
B. managed
C. run
D. tried
Question 5:A. nation
B. country
C. state
D. people
Question 6:A. of
B. with
C. from
D. up
Question 7:A. unlimited
B. limitless
C. limited
D. limiting
Question 8:A. because of B. despite
C. although
D. as
Question 9:A. equality
B. equally
C. equalization
D. equal
Question 10:A. executive B. senior
C. management
D. A and B
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage.
Since the 1940s, most international women’s rights efforts have been organized by the Commission on the Status of
Women (CSW), an office established in 1947 by the United Nations (UN). The Commission is the only existing
intergovernmental body that issues reports on and recommendations for the promotion of women’s political, social,
economic, and cultural rights. The CSW also acts as an advocate for women’s rights and can urge immediate international
action in cases of severe violations of women’s rights.
The UN encouraged equality in the workplace for men and women when it sponsored the Convention Concerning Equal
Remuneration for Men and Women Workers for Work of Equal Value in 1953 and the Convention Concerning
Discrimination in Respect of Employment and Occupation in 1960. Over 100 countries ratified these measures. In 1975 the
UN launched the Decade for Women, a ten-year effort to focus on women’s issues. From 1975 to 1985 international groups
formed a series of conferences organized around the themes of equality, development, and peace. The conferences took place
throughout the world and drew leaders and delegates from developing and industrialized nations alike. The Decade for
Women culminated in the 1985 UN Nairobi Conference, held in Nairobi, Kenya, which was attended by 375 delegations of
women from nations around the world.
The United Nations’ Fourth World Conference on Women was held in Beijing, China, in 1995. Over 17,000 people
registered for the event, including delegates from nearly 200 countries. The Platform for Action that emerged from the
conference focused on the removal of obstacles to women's equal participation in society. The most controversial sections of
the platform concerned reproductive rights, particularly the right to have an abortion. The final document declared that “the
ability of women to control their own fertility forms, an important basis for the enjoyment of other rights,” and asserted the
right of women and men to have access to all legal methods of fertility regulation.
Question 11: What are the functions of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)?
A. To act as an advocate for women’s rights.
B. To have discussion on the promotion of women’s political, social, economic, and cultural rights.
C. To urge immediate international action in cases of severe violations of women’s rights.
D. All are correct.
Question 12: What did the Platform for Action in the World Conference on Women held in Beijing, China, in 1995 focus
on?
A. To allow women to control their own fertility forms.
B. To remove obstacles to women’s equal participation in society,
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C. To encourage equality in the workplace for men and women.
D. To solve the most controversial sections of the platform concerned reproductive rights.
Question 13: What was the main goal of the Decade for Women?
A. All are correct.
B. To encourage equality, development, and peace for men and women.
C. To remove obstacles to women's equal participation in society.
D. To encourage equality in the workplace for men and women.
Question 14: When was the first convention on women’s equality held?
A. In 1947.
B. In 1975.
C. In 1953.
D. In 1940.
Question 15: What was the conclusion of the Platform for Action on women's reproductive rights?
A. All are correct.
B. To assert the right of women and men to have access to all legal methods of fertility regulation.
C. To adopt the right of women to have an abortion.
D. To allow women to have the ability to control their own fertility forms, beneficial to the enjoyment of other rights.
Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 16: This article will.......the basis for our discussion.
A. form
B. make
C. do
D. give
Question 17: You should always fill......your tank when it gets down to a quarter full.
A. in
B. out
C. off
D. up
Question 18: All students must hand......their homework the day after it is assigned.
A. on
B. in
C. out
D. to
Question 19: When he returned to his home town after the war, he found it had changed.......recognition.
A. beyond all
B. out of all
C. A and B
D. off all
Question 20: Nancy ran.......Bob while both were shopping at the supermarket.
A. over
B. across
C. onto
D. upon
Question 21: Every day many of us have to put......people that we don’t like.
A. up with
B. off with
C. on with
D. up
Question 22: Don’t let anyone.......you into buying a new car. There's nothing wrongwith your present one.
A. come
B. talk
C. turn
D. look
Question 23: We’ve.......out of milk. You’ll have to drink your tea without it.
A. run
B. come
C. taken
D. gone
Question 24: You're not my boss, so what.......have you got to criticize me?
A. B and C
B. right
C. authority
D. power
Question 25: My grandfather passed......when I was only six years old. He had lung cancer.
A. over
B. off
C. out
D. away
Question 26: After you fill the application form...... , sign it and date it.
A. with
B. off
C. out
D. on
Question 27: We put his rude manner.......ignorance of our British customs.
A. down to
B. up with
C. up to
D. up at
Question 28: The teacher handed the test......five minutes after class started.
A. in
B. off
C. about
D. out
Question 29: You should go to your dentist for regular........
A. check-ins
B. check-outs
C. check-ups
D. check-up
Question 30: Terry spent hours of his free time helping me to repair my car. I must make it to him somehow.
A. for
B. away
C. on
D. up
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 31: Keith had so interesting and creative plans that everyone wanted to work on his committee.
A. plans
B. so interesting
C. wanted
D. on
Question 32: John spent such enjoyable holiday in Europe this summer that he plans to return as soon as he saves enough
money.
A. to return
B. saves enough money
C. such enjoyable
D. that
Question 33: If Brian would have studied German in college, he would not have found the scientific terms so difficult to
understand.
A. so difficult to understand B. the scientific
C. would have studied
D. in college
Question 34: Although the quantity was small, we had supplies enough to finish the experiment.
A. the
B. Although
C. supplies enough
D. was
Question 35: Despite the time of the year, yesterday’s temperature was enough hot to turn on the air-conditioning.
A. to turn on
B. Despite
C. enough hot
D. yesterday's
Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 36: His behaviour was rather a shock to me.
A. His behaviour took me away.
B. I was rather displeased with his behaviour.
C. His behaviour was shocking.
D. I find his behaviour not a shock at all.
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Question 37: The railworkers do not intend to call off their strike.
A. The rail workers have no intention of calling off their strike.
B. The rail workers are going to call off their strike.
C. The rail workers' strike is expected to take place.
D. The rail workers intend not to call off their strike.
Question 38: Despite his inexperience in the field, John applied for the job.
A. John did not apply for the job because of his inexperience in the field.
B. John applied for the job because he has experience in the field.
C. John applied for the job even though he has no experience in the field.
D. John was unable to do the job because he was inexperienced.
Question 39: It's no use reading that book.
A. That book has not been used.
B. I have used the book for a long time.
C. That book is not worth reading.
D. You should read that book.
Question 40: I couldn't help laughing when he told me that story.
A. The story he told me did not help at all.
B. I did not laugh when hearing that story.
C. I couldn't help him tell that story.
D. I couldn't resist laughing when he told me that story.
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 41:A. intellectual B. education
C. enlightenment
D. individual
Question 42:A. selection B. involve
C. emission
D. entrance
Question 43:A. sympatheticB. political
C. ability
D. significant
Question 44:A. amazing B. passenger
C. reference
D. envelope
Question 45:A. opportunity B. financially
C. activity
D. discriminate
Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 46:A. champagne B. champion
C. cheap
D. check
Question 47:A. refugee
B. agree
C. committee
D. referee
Question 48:A. slice
B. police
C. spice
D. nice
Question 49:A. off
B. offer
C. of
D. coffee
Question 50:A. event
B. element
C. equipment
D. moment

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

Mark(s)

Mã Phách ……….

Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C, or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
Question 1: His behaviour was rather a shock to me.
A. His behaviour was shocking.
B. His behaviour took me away.
C. I find his behaviour not a shock at all.
D. I was rather displeased with his behaviour.
Question 2: It's no use reading that book.
A. That book has not been used.
B. I have used the book for a long time.
C. That book is not worth reading.
D. You should read that book.
Question 3: The railworkers do not intend to call off their strike.
A. The rail workers have no intention of calling off their strike.
B. The rail workers' strike is expected to take place.
C. The rail workers intend not to call off their strike.
D. The rail workers are going to call off their strike.
Question 4: Despite his inexperience in the field, John applied for the job.
A. John applied for the job even though he has no experience in the field.
B. John did not apply for the job because of his inexperience in the field.
C. John was unable to do the job because he was inexperienced.
D. John applied for the job because he has experience in the field.
Question 5: I couldn't help laughing when he told me that story.
A. I couldn't help him tell that story.
B. I couldn't resist laughing when he told me that story.
C. I did not laugh when hearing that story.
D. The story he told me did not help at all.
Pick out the word that has the primary stress different from that of the other words.
Question 6:A. sympathetic B. political
C. significant
D. ability
Question 7:A. envelope
B. amazing
C. reference
D. passenger
Question 8:A. discriminate B. opportunity
C. activity
D. financially
Question 9:A. entrance
B. selection
C. involve
D. emission
Question 10:A. education B. enlightenment
C. individual
D. intellectual
Choose the underlined part among A, B, C, or D that needs correcting.
Question 11: Although the quantity was small, we had supplies enough to finish the experiment.
A. was
B. the
C. Although
D. supplies enough
Question 12: Keith had so interesting and creative plans that everyone wanted to work on his committee.
A. so interesting
B. on
C. plans
D. wanted
Question 13: Despite the time of the year, yesterday’s temperature was enough hot to turn on the air-conditioning.
A. Despite
B. enough hot
C. yesterday's
D. to turn on
Question 14: If Brian would have studied German in college, he would not have found the scientific terms so difficult to
understand.
A. so difficult to understand B. would have studied
C. in college
D. the scientific
Question 15: John spent such enjoyable holiday in Europe this summer that he plans to return as soon as he saves enough
money.
A. saves enough money B. such enjoyable
C. that
D. to return
Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 16: You should always fill......your tank when it gets down to a quarter full.
A. off
B. out
C. in
D. up
Question 17: After you fill the application form...... , sign it and date it.
A. on
B. off
C. out
D. with
Question 18: The teacher handed the test......five minutes after class started.
A. out
B. off
C. in
D. about
Question 19: Terry spent hours of his free time helping me to repair my car. I must make it to him somehow.
A. on
B. away
C. up
D. for
Question 20: You're not my boss, so what.......have you got to criticize me?
A. right
B. A and D
C. power
D. authority
Question 21: You should go to your dentist for regular........
A. check-ups
B. check-outs
C. check-ins
D. check-up
Question 22: We put his rude manner.......ignorance of our British customs.
A. up to
B. up at
C. down to
D. up with
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Question 23: All students must hand......their homework the day after it is assigned.
A. on
B. out
C. in
D. to
Question 24: My grandfather passed......when I was only six years old. He had lung cancer.
A. out
B. off
C. away
D. over
Question 25: Don’t let anyone.......you into buying a new car. There's nothing wrongwith your present one.
A. turn
B. talk
C. look
D. come
Question 26: This article will.......the basis for our discussion.
A. make
B. form
C. do
D. give
Question 27: Nancy ran.......Bob while both were shopping at the supermarket.
A. over
B. across
C. onto
D. upon
Question 28: When he returned to his home town after the war, he found it had changed.......recognition.
A. off all
B. out of all
C. beyond all
D. B and C
Question 29: Every day many of us have to put......people that we don’t like.
A. on with
B. up
C. off with
D. up with
Question 30: We’ve.......out of milk. You’ll have to drink your tea without it.
A. run
B. taken
C. gone
D. come
Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
Question 31:A. event
B. moment
C. equipment
D. element
Question 32:A. refugee
B. referee
C. agree
D. committee
Question 33:A. of
B. coffee
C. off
D. offer
Question 34:A. champagne B. champion
C. cheap
D. check
Question 35:A. nice
B. spice
C. police
D. slice
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
The status of women’s rights today ...(36)... dramatically in different countries and, in some cases, among groups within the
same country, such as ethnic groups or economic classes. In recent decades women around the world have made strides in
political participation. ...(37)... the 1980s women could vote virtually everywhere in the world, except for a few Muslim
countries. As of mid-2005, when women in Kuwait won suffrage, women could vote in all countries ...(38)... men could vote
except Saudi Arabia. The right to vote usually included the right to ...(39)... for elected office. In 2005, there were 12 female
national leaders in the world, including 8 heads of ...(40)... (3 monarchs and 5 presidents) and 4 heads of government (prime
ministers). In 2005, women made ...(41)... almost 16 percent of legislative bodies worldwide, compared to 11 percent in 1999
and 9 percent in 1987. Despite these advancements, women's role in governmental decision-making remains ...(42)....
Many disparities persist between women's legal rights and their economic status. Women today constitute nearly 70 percent
of the world’s poor, ...(43)... international efforts to compensate women and men ...(44)... in the workplace. While women
made up about 32 percent of the world's labour force in 1990, the percentage of women in positions to make important
decisions was far lower. In 2002, women held only 15.7 percent of corporate ...(45)... positions in the 500 largest companies
in the United States - an increase of 7 percentage points since 1995. In the mid-1990s, women comprised only 1 percent of
executives in the 1,000 largest corporations outside the United States.
Question 36:A. depends
B. varies
C. changes
D. moves
Question 37:A. At
B. Before
C. By
D. On
Question 38:A. whose
B. which
C. where
D. that
Question 39:A. went
B. run
C. tried
D. managed
Question 40:A. people
B. nation
C. state
D. country
Question 41:A. up
B. with
C. of
D. from
Question 42:A. limitless B. unlimited
C. limited
D. limiting
Question 43:A. because of B. despite
C. as
D. although
Question 44:A. equalization
B. equally
C. equal D. equality
Question 45:A. senior
B. executive
C. A and B
D. management
Choose the item among A, B, C, or D that best answers the question about the passage.
Since the 1940s, most international women’s rights efforts have been organized by the Commission on the Status of
Women (CSW), an office established in 1947 by the United Nations (UN). The Commission is the only existing
intergovernmental body that issues reports on and recommendations for the promotion of women’s political, social,
economic, and cultural rights. The CSW also acts as an advocate for women’s rights and can urge immediate international
action in cases of severe violations of women’s rights.
The UN encouraged equality in the workplace for men and women when it sponsored the Convention Concerning Equal
Remuneration for Men and Women Workers for Work of Equal Value in 1953 and the Convention Concerning
Discrimination in Respect of Employment and Occupation in 1960. Over 100 countries ratified these measures. In 1975 the
UN launched the Decade for Women, a ten-year effort to focus on women’s issues. From 1975 to 1985 international groups
formed a series of conferences organized around the themes of equality, development, and peace. The conferences took place
throughout the world and drew leaders and delegates from developing and industrialized nations alike. The Decade for
Women culminated in the 1985 UN Nairobi Conference, held in Nairobi, Kenya, which was attended by 375 delegations of
women from nations around the world.
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The United Nations’ Fourth World Conference on Women was held in Beijing, China, in 1995. Over 17,000 people
registered for the event, including delegates from nearly 200 countries. The Platform for Action that emerged from the
conference focused on the removal of obstacles to women's equal participation in society. The most controversial sections of
the platform concerned reproductive rights, particularly the right to have an abortion. The final document declared that “the
ability of women to control their own fertility forms, an important basis for the enjoyment of other rights,” and asserted the
right of women and men to have access to all legal methods of fertility regulation.
Question 46: What was the conclusion of the Platform for Action on women's reproductive rights?
A. To adopt the right of women to have an abortion.
B. All are correct.
C. To assert the right of women and men to have access to all legal methods of fertility regulation.
D. To allow women to have the ability to control their own fertility forms, beneficial to the enjoyment of other rights.
Question 47: What did the Platform for Action in the World Conference on Women held in Beijing, China, in 1995 focus
on?
A. To solve the most controversial sections of the platform concerned reproductive rights.
B. To allow women to control their own fertility forms.
C. To remove obstacles to women’s equal participation in society,
D. To encourage equality in the workplace for men and women.
Question 48: What are the functions of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)?
A. All are correct.
B. To act as an advocate for women’s rights.
C. To have discussion on the promotion of women’s political, social, economic, and cultural rights.
D. To urge immediate international action in cases of severe violations of women’s rights.
Question 49: When was the first convention on women’s equality held?
A. In 1953.
B. In 1975.
C. In 1940.
D. In 1947.
Question 50: What was the main goal of the Decade for Women?
A. All are correct.
B. To encourage equality in the workplace for men and women.
C. To encourage equality, development, and peace for men and women.
D. To remove obstacles to women's equal participation in society.

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SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO
ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC
(Đề gồm có 03 trang)

ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017
MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 739
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. spice
B. police
C. slice
D. nice
Question 2:A. agree
B. refugee
C. referee
D. committee
Question 3:A. moment
B. equipment
C. element
D. event
Question 4:A. offer
B. of
C. off
D. coffee
Question 5:A. cheap
B. check
C. champagne
D. champion
Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence.
Question 6: After you fill the application form...... , sign it and date it.
A. on
B. with
C. out
D. off
Question 7: You should go to your dentist for regular........
A. check-ins
B. check-ups
C. check-up
D. check-outs
Question 8: When he returned to his home town after the war, he found it had changed.......recognition.
A. off all
B. out of all
C. beyond all
D. B and C
Question 9: Every day many of us have to put......people that we don’t like.
A. up with
B. up
C. off with
D. on with
Question 10: You're not my boss, so what.......have you got to criticize me?
A. power
B. authority
C. right
D. B and C
Question 11: The teacher handed the test......five minutes after class started.
A. off
B. in
C. about
D. out
Question 12: You should always fill......your tank when it gets down to a quarter full.
A. up
B. out
C. in
D. off
Question 13: Terry spent hours of his free time helping me to repair my car. I must make it to him somehow.
A. on
B. up
C. away
D. for
Question 14: We put his rude manner.......ignorance of our British customs.
A. up with
B. up to
C. up at
D. down to
Question 15: Nancy ran.......Bob while both were shopping at the supermarket.
A. upon
B. over
C. across
D. onto
Question 16: Don’t let anyone.......you into buying a new car. There's nothing wrongwith your present one.
A. talk
B. look
C. come
D. turn
Question 17: All students must hand......their homework the day after it is assigned.
A. in
B. out
C. to
D. on
Question 18: This article will.......the basis for our discussion.
A. form
B. give
C. make
D. do
Question 19: My grandfather passed......when I was only six years old. He had lung cancer.
A. off
B. over
C. out
D. away
Question 20: We’ve.......out of milk. You’ll have to drink your tea without it.
A. run
B. come
C. taken
D. gone
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C, or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
The status of women’s rights today ...(21)... dramatically in different countries and, in some cases, among groups within the
same country, such as ethnic groups or economic classes. In recent decades women around the world have made strides in
political participation. ...(22)... the 1980s women could vote virtually everywhere in the world, except for a few Muslim
countries. As of mid-2005, when women in Kuwait won suffrage, women could vote in all countries ...(23)... men could vote
except Saudi Arabia. The right to vote usually included the right to ...(24)... for elected office. In 2005, there were 12 female
national leaders in the world, including 8 heads of ...(25)... (3 monarchs and 5 presidents) and 4 heads of government (prime
ministers). In 2005, women made ...(26)... almost 16 percent of legislative bodies worldwide, compared to 11 percent in 1999
and 9 percent in 1987. Despite these advancements, women's role in governmental decision-making remains ...(27)....
Many disparities persist between women's legal rights and their economic status. Women today constitute nearly 70 percent
of the world’s poor, ...(28)... international efforts to compensate women and men ...(29)... in the workplace. While women
made up about 32 percent of the world's labour force in 1990, the percentage of women in positions to make important
decisions was far lower. In 2002, women held only 15.7 percent of corporate ...(30)... positions in the 500 largest companies
in the United States - an increase of 7 percentage points since 1995. In the mid-1990s, women comprised only 1 percent of
executives in the 1,000 largest corporations outside the United States.
Question 21:A. moves
B. depends
C. varies
D. changes
Question 22:A. Before
B. On
C. At
D. By
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