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THI KÌ I LỚP 11
MÔN: TIẾNG ANH
NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
(Thời gian 60 phút - không kể thời gian giao nhận đề)

Mã đề: 123
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from
the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Question 1: A. decided
B. moved
C. carried
D. believed
Question 2: A. population
B. poverty
C. postpone
D. modern
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in
the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.
Question 3: A.college
B. remote
C. provide

D. enough
Question 4: A. national
B. negative
C. terrific
D. terrible
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in
each of the following questions.
Question 5: Safe birth-control methods for family planning is not available to eveyone.
A. safe birth-control B. for
C. is not
D. available to
Question 6: The return to traditional family values are a reaction against the permissiveness of recent decades.
A. to
B. are
C. against
D. permissiveness
Question 7: My father always dreamt of become a doctor but his family was too poor to send him to school.
A. dreamt of
B. become
C. too
D. to
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following
questions.
Question 8: If John
the plane, he would be here by now.
A. missed
B. didn’t miss
C. would miss
D. hadn’t missed

Question 9: If the police arrest you, don t say __________ until your lawyer gets there.
A. anything
B. nothing
C. something
D. some thing
Question 10: We strongly recommend __________ against sickness or injury.
A. ensuring
B. insuring
C. protesting
D. protecting


Question 11: If you __________ me , I __________ .
A. hadn’t reminded/ would have forgotten.
B. hadn’t remembered / would have forgotten.
C. didn’t remind/ would have forgotten.
D. didn’t remember/ would have forgotten.
Question 12: Peter __________ Helen on her new baby.
A. greeted
B. congratulated
C. welcomed
D. cheered.
Question 13: You said that the vegetables were fresh, but they didn’t …..fresh to me.
A. sound
B. make
C. taste
D. eat
Question 14: Tomorrow is our second wedding
_________.
A. celebration
B. present
C. gift
D. anniversary
Question 15 A temple
here hundreds of years ago.
A. exist
B. existed
C. existing
D. existence
Question 16: By half past ten tomorrow morning I
along the motorway.
A.will drive
B. am driving
C. drive
D. will be driving.
Question 17: Traditionally, Vietnamese people tend to behave
to make a favorable impression on
the first day of the year.
A. funnily
B. politely
C. variously
D. occsionallly
Question 18: Ann hoped
to join the club, she could make important business contacts there.
A. inviting
B. being invited
C. to invite
D. to be invited
Question 19: She often thinks carefully
any questions.
A. before answering
B. before having answered C. by answering D. having answering
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of
the following exchanges.


Question 20: “I apologize to you for not keeping my promise.” - “ _____”
A. Well, that’s out of question.
B. Your apology is accepted.
C. I am grateful to that.
D. That was very sweet of you.
Question 21: Two friends Daisy and Mary are talking
Daisy : -"Let's have a pizza."
Mary : -"__________"
A. Not again
B. It doesn't matter C. It’s a good idea
D. Not really
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the
underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 22: In tonight’s quiz, our contestants have come from all over the country.
A. losers
B. judges
C. competitors
D. winners
Question 23: He was so happy that he kept grinning all the time.
A. shouting
B. thrilling
C. exciting
D. smiling broadly
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the
underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 24: Their classmates are writing letters of acceptance.
A. agree
B. admission
C. refusal
D. confirmation
Question 25: Because it was not Sunday, I was surprised at how crowded the shopping mall was.
A. full
B. narrow
C. old
D. empty
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each
of the following questions.
Question 26: They broke with tradition and got maried quietly.
A. They broke the laws and got married quietly.
B. They did things differently and got married quietly.
C. They did not obey their parent’s and got married in silence.
D. They wanted to rebel and decided to get married in silence.
Question 27: “remember to lock the door!” my father said
A. My father reminded me remembering to lock the door.
B. My father reminded me to remember to lock the door.
C. My father reminded me locking the door.
D. My father reminded me to lock the door.
Question 28: The children couldn't go swimming because the sea was too rough.
A.The children were not calm enough to swim in the sea.
B. The sea was rough enough for the children to swim in.
C. The sea was too rough for the children to go swimming.
D. The sea was too rough to the children's swimming.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of
sentences in the following questions.
Question 29: We didn’t have enough money. We didn’t go on holiday
A. If we had had enough money, we would have gone on holiday
B. If we hadn’t had enough money, we wouldn’t have gone on holiday
C. We would go on holiday if we had enough money
D. We wouldn’t go on holiday if we didn’t have enough money
Question 30:
'It was nice of you to invite me to your birthday party. Thanks very much.” Mike said to
me.
A. Mike thanked me to invite him to my birthday party.
B. Mike thanked me for inviting him to my birthday party.
C. Mike thanked me to inviting him to my birthday party.
D. Mike thanked me inviting him to my birthday party.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct
answer to each of the questions


With increasing development and use of computer technology, there is a new disease to worry about.
Computer “viruses”, programs designed to sabotage computers, are infecting computers in corporations,
homes, and universities. These viruses spread exponentailly, much like biological contagion, and then disrupt
the affected systems. The virus secretly attaches itself to other programs and can then delete or alter files. The
damage is generally activated by using computer’s clock. Then, any, program that is executed may be exposesd
to the virus, including programs spread through telephone connections. Because of the increasing incident of
virus infiltration, business and agencies are becoming wary of sharing software. Security policies need to be
increased as immunity programs.
Another problem relating to computers is computer crime. The increased use of computers in business has
been accompanied by a corresponding increase in computer crime. Computers are used in business, in everincreasing numbers to store, process and distribute information. At the same time, thefts by computer are on the
rise. The costs to the victims of computer crime are very high. In his book, Crime by computer, computer expert
Donn B. parker estimated htat financial losses to business from computer thefts exceeded $10 billion in 1978.
Although Parker’s estimate is based on documented cases, no one really knows the extent of computer crime
because thefts by computers are almost impossible to discover. Parker stated that there was no reliable way to
detect computer thefts. It was not just the money they controlled; they controlled data, and data was power.
Question 31: The most people interested in reading this passage would probally be …………………
A. government officials
B. teachers.
C. doctors.
D. computer users.
Question 32: The virus is ………………
A. a microbe.
B. an insect
C. a program
D. a disk
Question 33: It is inferred that a commpany can protect itself from the virus by ………………
A. keeping clean.
B. spreading programs by telephone.
C. not using shared software
D. using shared software carefully.
Question 34: The word “sabotage” in first paragraph means……
A. secretly appear. B. secretly damage
C. secretly destroy D. secretly show up.
Question 35: How do computer viruses cause problems for the affected systems?
A. By deleting or altering files.
B. By attaching themselves to other programs and then deleting or altering files.
C. By damaging the affected systems.
D. By attaching themselves to the affected systems.
Question 36: According to the writer, computer crime will increase……………
A. with the increasing use of computers in business.
B. with the increased use of computers in business.
C. with the development of computer
D. with the use of computers in business.
Question 37: Why can’t people know the extent of computer crime?
A. Because thefts by computers are very smart.
B. Because it is almost impossible to find out thefts by computers.
C. Because people have ineffective programs.
D. Because this is a new problem.
Question 38: Why is computer crime a serious problem?
A. Because it is very smart
C. Because people have no way to prevent it.
B. Because nothing can prevent it.
D. Because it causes heavy financial losses.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct
word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.
The (39)…………….full moon after the Chinese New Year, the 15th day of the first Lunar month, is the
occasion for the Lantern Festival. It is customary to eat (40)………….. sweet dumplings called yuanxiao and


enjoy(41)……………..lanterns during this festival. Yuanxiao, round balls made of glutinous rice flour stuffed
sugar fillings, sympolize reunion. The custom of enjoying lanterns at this time of the year dates back to the first
century, and has continued to be popular throughout China up to the present day. On this festive night, many
cities(42)……………lantern fairs to display many exotic and sometimes weirdly shaped multi-colored lanterns.
In rural areas, the local people gather together and enjoy themselves as spectators and participants setting off
fireworks, walking on stilts, (43)…………….with dragon lanterns, dancing the yangge and other folk dances
and playing on swings.
Question 39: A. first
B. second
C. early
D. new
Question 40: A. especial
B. special
C. especially
D. specially
Question 41: A. showed
B. shown
C. displayed
D. displaying
Question 42: A. held
B. has
C. holds
D. hold
Question 43: A. perform
B. performing
C. performance
D. performed
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct
answer to each of the questions.
In ancient times, people used to offer elaborately made cakes to the moon spirit on this day. After making
this symbolic offering, a family would enjoy eating the cakes together. The festival eventually came to carry the
idea of a happy family reunion and the custom has been passed down to this day. On this mid-autumn night, the
full moon is especially bright. The whole family may sit together beneath the clear moonlight eating tasty moon
cakes and appreciating the beauty of the fully rounded moon. Of course, those who are far away from their
homes that night are only too easily reminded if their families when they look up at the luminous moon. The
words of the great Tang Dynasty poet Li Bai are often recited on such evenings, even today: “I raise my head to
gaze at the bright moon, and I drop my head to think of my old home.”
Question 44: The best title for this passage is……………….
A. moon Cakes
B. Mid-Autumn Night
C. Mid-Autumn Festival
D. A Meaningful Festival
Question 45: What does the word “elaborately” in line 1 mean?
A. doing something carefully
B. doing something carelessly
C. doing something with a great effort
D. doing something in advance
Question 46: The passage infers that……
A. the Moon is full when the festival occurs.
B. the full moon is especially bright when the festival occurs.
C. the Chinese are romantic.
D. the Chinese love the Moon
Question 47: Peopple who are far away from their homes often feel……………….on this occasion.
A. lonely
B. sad
C. upset
D. homesick.
Question 48: The Festival is an occasion for…………
A. the family eating cakes.
B. the family making cakes
C. the family union
D. the family enjoying the Moon.
Question 49: What does the word “appreciating” in passage mean?
A. watching
B. looking
C. enjoying
D. seeing
Question 50: The passage infers that Li Bai was…………
A. a poem in Tang Dynasty
B. poet in Tang Dynasty
C. a citizen poet in Tang Dynasty.
D. a famous poem in Tang Dynasty.


THI KÌ I LỚP 11
MÔN: TIẾNG ANH
NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
(Thời gian 60 phút - không kể thời gian giao nhận đề)

Mã đề: 345
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of
the following exchanges.
Question 1: “I apologize to you for not keeping my promise.” - “ _____”
A. Well, that’s out of question.
B. I am grateful to that..
C. Your apology is accepted
D. That was very sweet of you.
Question 2: Two friends Daisy and Mary are talking
Daisy : -"Let's have a pizza."
Mary : -"__________"
A. It’s a good idea
B. It doesn't matter C. Not again
D. Not really
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each
of the following questions.
Question 3: “remember to lock the door!” my father said
A. My father reminded me to lock the door.
B. My father reminded me to remember to lock the door.
C. My father reminded me locking the door.
D. My father reminded me remembering to lock the door.
Question 4: The children couldn't go swimming because the sea was too rough.
A. The sea was too rough for the children to go swimming.
B. The sea was rough enough for the children to swim in.
C. The children were not calm enough to swim in the sea.
D. The sea was too rough to the children's swimming.
Question 5: They broke with tradition and got maried quietly.
A. They broke the laws and got married quietly.
B. They did not obey their parent’s and got married in silence.
C. They did things differently and got married quietly.
D. They wanted to rebel and decided to get married in silence.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct
word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.
The (6)…………….full moon after the Chinese New Year, the 15th day of the first Lunar month, is the
occasion for the Lantern Festival. It is customary to eat (7)………….. sweet dumplings called yuanxiao and
enjoy(8)……………..lanterns during this festival. Yuanxiao, round balls made of glutinous rice flour stuffed
sugar fillings, sympolize reunion. The custom of enjoying lanterns at this time of the year dates back to the first
century, and has continued to be popular throughout China up to the present day. On this festive night, many
cities(9)……………lantern fairs to display many exotic and sometimes weirdly shaped multi-colored lanterns.
In rural areas, the local people gather together and enjoy themselves as spectators and participants setting off
fireworks, walking on stilts, (10)…………….with dragon lanterns, dancing the yangge and other folk dances
and playing on swings.
Question 6: A. first
B. second
C. early
D. new
Question 7: A. especial
B. special
C. especially
D. specially
Question 8: A. showed
B. shown
C. displaying
D. displayed
Question 9: A. held
B. has
C. hold
D. holds
Question 10: A. perform
B. performed
C. performance
D. performing
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the
underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 11: Their classmates are writing letters of acceptance.
A. agree
B. admission
C. refusal
D. confirmation


Question 12: Because it was not Sunday, I was surprised at how crowded the shopping mall was.
A. full
B. narrow
C. old
D. empty
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the
underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 13: In tonight’s quiz, our contestants have come from all over the country.
A. competitors
B. judges
C. losers
D. winners
Question 14: He was so happy that he kept grinning all the time.
A. shouting
B. smiling broadly
C. exciting
D. thrilling
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of
sentences in the following questions.
Question 15: We didn’t have enough money. We didn’t go on holiday
A. We wouldn’t go on holiday if we didn’t have enough money
B. If we hadn’t had enough money, we wouldn’t have gone on holiday
C. We would go on holiday if we had enough money
D. If we had had enough money, we would have gone on holiday
Question 16:
'It was nice of you to invite me to your birthday party. Thanks very much.” Mike said to
me.
A. Mike thanked me to invite him to my birthday party.
B. Mike thanked me inviting him to my birthday party.
C. Mike thanked me to inviting him to my birthday party.
D. Mike thanked me for inviting him to my birthday party.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from
the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Question 17: A. decided
B. moved
C. carried
D. believed
Question 18: A. population
B. poverty
C. postpone
D. modern
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in
each of the following questions.
Question 19: Safe birth-control methods for family planning is not available to eveyone.
A. is not
B. for
C. safe birth-control D. available to
Question 20: The return to traditional family values are a reaction against the permissiveness of recent
decades.
A. to
B. against
C. are
D. permissiveness
Question 21: My father always dreamt of become a doctor but his family was too poor to send him to
school.
A. dreamt of
B. to
C. too
D. become
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct
answer to each of the questions.
In ancient times, people used to offer elaborately made cakes to the moon spirit on this day. After making
this symbolic offering, a family would enjoy eating the cakes together. The festival eventually came to carry the
idea of a happy family reunion and the custom has been passed down to this day. On this mid-autumn night, the
full moon is especially bright. The whole family may sit together beneath the clear moonlight eating tasty moon
cakes and appreciating the beauty of the fully rounded moon. Of course, those who are far away from their
homes that night are only too easily reminded if their families when they look up at the luminous moon. The
words of the great Tang Dynasty poet Li Bai are often recited on such evenings, even today: “I raise my head to
gaze at the bright moon, and I drop my head to think of my old home.”
Question 22: The passage infer that……
A. the Moon is full when the festival occurs.
C. the full moon is especially bright when the festival occurs.
B. the Chinese are romantic.
D. the Chinese love the Moon.


Question 23: What does the word “elaborately” in line 1 mean?
A. doing something in advance
B. doing something carelessly
C. doing something with a great effort
D. doing something carefully
Question 24: The passage infers that Li Bai was…………
A. a poem in Tang Dynasty
B. a citizen poet in Tang Dynasty.
C. poet in Tang Dynasty
D. a famous poem in Tang Dynasty
Question 25: What does the word “appreciating” in passage mean?
A. enjoying
B. looking
C . watching
D. seeing
Question 26: The Festival is an occasion for…………
A. the family eating cakes.
B. the family making cakes
C. the family union
D. the family enjoying the Moon.
Question 27: The best title for this passage is……………….
A. moon Cakes
B. Mid-Autumn Festival
C. Mid-Autumn Night
D. A Meaningful Festival
Question 28: Peopple who are far away from their homes often feel……………….on this occasion.
A. homesick.
B. sad
C. upset
D. lonely
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following
questions.
Question 29: If you __________ me , I __________ .
A. hadn’t remembered / would have forgotten. B. hadn’t reminded/ would have forgotten.
C. didn’t remind/ would have forgotten.
D. didn’t remember/ would have forgotten.
Question 30: A temple
here hundreds of years ago.
A. exist
B. existence
C. existing
D. existed
Question 31: We strongly recommend __________ against sickness or injury.
A. insuring
B. ensuring
C. protesting
D. protecting
Question 32: If John
the plane, he would be here by now.
A. missed
B. didn’t miss
C. would miss
D. hadn’t missed
Question 33: Peter __________ Helen on her new baby.
A. greeted
B. welcomed
C. congratulated
D. cheered.
Question 34: You said that the vegetables were fresh, but they didn’t …..fresh to me.
A. sound
B. make
C. taste
D. eat
Question 35: Tomorrow is our second wedding
_________.
A. celebration
B. present
C. gift
D. anniversary
Question 36: She often thinks carefully
any questions.
A. before answering
B. before having answered C. by answering D. having answering
Question 37: Ann hoped
to join the club, she could make important business contacts there.
A. inviting
B. being invited
C. to invite
D. to be invited
Question 38: Traditionally, Vietnamese people tend to behave
to make a favorable impression on
the first day of the year.
A. funnily
B. variously
C. politely
D. occsionallly

Question 39: If the police arrest you, don t say __________ until your lawyer gets there.
A . something
B. nothing
C. anything
D. some thing
Question 40: By half past ten tomorrow morning I
along the motorway.
A. will be driving.
B. am driving
C. drive
D. will drive
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in
the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.
Question 41: A. remote
B. college
C. provide
D. enough
Question 42: A. national
B. negative
C. terrible
D. terrific
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct
answer to each of the questions


With increasing development and use of computer technology, there is a new disease to worry about.
Computer “viruses”, programs designed to sabotage computers, are infecting computers in corporations,
homes, and universities. These viruses spread exponentailly, much like biological contagion, and then disrupt
the affected systems. The virus secretly attaches itself to other programs and can then delete or alter files. The
damage is generally activated by using computer’s clock. Then, any, program that is executed may be exposesd
to the virus, including programs spread through telephone connections. Because of the increasing incident of
virus infiltration, business and agencies are becoming wary of sharing software. Security policies need to be
increased as immunity programs.
Another problem relating to computers is computer crime. The increased use of computers in business has
been accompanied by a corresponding increase in computer crime. Computers are used in business, in everincreasing numbers to store, process and distribute information. At the same time, thefts by computer are on the
rise. The costs to the victims of computer crime are very high. In his book, Crime by computer, computer expert
Donn B. parker estimated htat financial losses to business from computer thefts exceeded $10 billion in 1978.
Although Parker’s estimate is based on documented cases, no one really knows the extent of computer crime
because thefts by computers are almost impossible to discover. Parker stated that there was no reliable way to
detect computer thefts. It was not just the money they controlled; they controlled data, and data was power.
Question 43: How do computer viruses cause problems for the affected systems?
A. By deleting or altering files.
B. By attaching themselves to the affected systems.
C. By damaging the affected systems.
D. By attaching themselves to other programs and then deleting or altering files.
Question 44: Why is computer crime a serious problem?
A. Because it is very smart
C. Because people have no way to prevent it.
B. Because it causes heavy financial losses. D. Because nothing can prevent it
Question45: The virus is ………………
A. a program
B. an insect
C. a microbe.
D. a disk
Question 46: The word “sabotage” in first paragraph means……
A. secretly appear. B. secretly damage
C. secretly destroy D. secretly show up.

Question 47: Why can t people know the extent of computer crime?
A. Because thefts by computers are very smart.
B. Because people have ineffective programs.
C. Because it is almost impossible to find out thefts by computers.
D. Because this is a new problem.
Question 48: According to the writer, computer crime will increase……………
A. with the increased use of computers in business.
B. with the increasing use of computers in business.
C. with the development of computer
D. with the use of computers in business.
Question 49: It is inferred that a commpany can protect itself from the virus by ………………
A. using shared software carefully.
B. spreading programs by telephone.
C. not using shared software
D. keeping clean.
Question 50: The most people interested in reading this passage would probally be …………………
A. computer users.
B. teachers.
C. doctors.
D. government officials


THI KÌ I LỚP 11
MÔN: TIẾNG ANH
NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
(Thời gian 60 phút - không kể thời gian giao nhận đề)

Mã đề: 567
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct
answer to each of the questions
With increasing development and use of computer technology, there is a new disease to worry about.
Computer “viruses”, programs designed to sabotage computers, are infecting computers in corporations,
homes, and universities. These viruses spread exponentailly, much like biological contagion, and then disrupt
the affected systems. The virus secretly attaches itself to other programs and can then delete or alter files. The
damage is generally activated by using computer’s clock. Then, any, program that is executed may be exposesd
to the virus, including programs spread through telephone connections. Because of the increasing incident of
virus infiltration, business and agencies are becoming wary of sharing software. Security policies need to be
increased as immunity programs.
Another problem relating to computers is computer crime. The increased use of computers in business has
been accompanied by a corresponding increase in computer crime. Computers are used in business, in everincreasing numbers to store, process and distribute information. At the same time, thefts by computer are on the
rise. The costs to the victims of computer crime are very high. In his book, Crime by computer, computer expert
Donn B. parker estimated htat financial losses to business from computer thefts exceeded $10 billion in 1978.
Although Parker’s estimate is based on documented cases, no one really knows the extent of computer crime
because thefts by computers are almost impossible to discover. Parker stated that there was no reliable way to
detect computer thefts. It was not just the money they controlled; they controlled data, and data was power.
Question 1:
Why can’t people know the extent of computer crime?
A. Because it is almost impossible to find out thefts by computers.
B. Because people have ineffective programs.
C. Because thefts by computers are very smart.
D. Because this is a new problem.
Question 2:
The most people interested in reading this passage would probally be …………………
A. doctors.
B. teachers.
C. computer users.
D. government officials
Question3:
The virus is ………………
A . an insect
B. a program
C. a microbe.
D. a disk
Question 4:
The word “sabotage” in first paragraph means……
A. secretly appear. B. secretly damage
C. secretly destroy D. secretly show up.
Question 5:
Why is computer crime a serious problem?
A. Because it is very smart
C. Because people have no way to prevent it.
B. Because it causes heavy financial losses. D. Because nothing can prevent it
Question 6:
According to the writer, computer crime will increase……………
A. with the use of computers in business.
B. with the increasing use of computers in business.
C. with the development of computer
D. with the increased use of computers in business
Question 7:
It is inferred that a commpany can protect itself from the virus by ………………
A. not using shared software
B. spreading programs by telephone.
C. using shared software carefully.
D. keeping clean.
Question 8:
How do computer viruses cause problems for the affected systems?
A. By deleting or altering files.


B. By attaching themselves to the affected systems.
C. By attaching themselves to other programs and then deleting or altering files.
D. By damaging the affected systems.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the
underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 9: Their classmates are writing letters of acceptance.
A. agree
B. admission
C. refusal
D. confirmation
Question 10: Because it was not Sunday, I was surprised at how crowded the shopping mall was.
A. full
B. narrow
C. old
D. empty
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the
underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 11: In tonight’s quiz, our contestants have come from all over the country.
A. competitors
B. judges
C. losers
D. winners
Question 12: He was so happy that he kept grinning all the time.
A. shouting
B. smiling broadly
C. exciting
D. thrilling
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct
word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.
The (13)…………….full moon after the Chinese New Year, the 15th day of the first Lunar month, is the
occasion for the Lantern Festival. It is customary to eat (14)………….. sweet dumplings called yuanxiao and
enjoy(15)……………..lanterns during this festival. Yuanxiao, round balls made of glutinous rice flour stuffed
sugar fillings, sympolize reunion. The custom of enjoying lanterns at this time of the year dates back to the first
century, and has continued to be popular throughout China up to the present day. On this festive night, many
cities(16)……………lantern fairs to display many exotic and sometimes weirdly shaped multi-colored lanterns.
In rural areas, the local people gather together and enjoy themselves as spectators and participants setting off
fireworks, walking on stilts, (17)…………….with dragon lanterns, dancing the yangge and other folk dances
and playing on swings.
Question 13: A. early
B. second
C. first
D. new
Question 14: A. special
B. especial
C. especially
D. specially
Question 15: A. displayed
B. shown
C. displaying
D. showed
Question16: A. held
B. has
C. holds
D. hold
Question 17: A. perform
B. performing
C. performance
D. performed
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of
the following exchanges.
Question 18: “I apologize to you for not keeping my promise.” - “ _____”
A. Well, that’s out of question.
B. I am grateful to that..
C. Your apology is accepted
D. That was very sweet of you.
Question 19: Two friends Daisy and Mary are talking
Daisy : -"Let's have a pizza."
Mary : -"__________"
A. It’s a good idea
B. It doesn't matter C. Not again
D. Not really
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each
of the following questions.
Question 20: “remember to lock the door!” my father said
A. My father reminded me to lock the door.
B. My father reminded me to remember to lock the door.
C. My father reminded me locking the door.
D. My father reminded me remembering to lock the door.
Question 21: The children couldn't go swimming because the sea was too rough.
A. The sea was too rough for the children to go swimming.
B. The sea was rough enough for the children to swim in.
C. The children were not calm enough to swim in the sea.


D. The sea was too rough to the children's swimming.
Question 22: They broke with tradition and got maried quietly.
A. They broke the laws and got married quietly.
B. They did not obey their parent’s and got married in silence.
C. They did things differently and got married quietly.
D. They wanted to rebel and decided to get married in silence.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from
the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Question 23: A. decided
B. moved
C. carried
D. believed
Question 24: A. population
B. poverty
C. postpone
D. modern
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in
each of the following questions.
Question 25: The return to traditional family values are a reaction against the permissiveness of recent
decades.
A. to
B. against
C. are
D. permissiveness
Question 26: My father always dreamt of become a doctor but his family was too poor to send him to
school.
A. dreamt of
B. to
C. too
D. become
Question 27: Safe birth-control methods for family planning is not available to eveyone.
A. is not
B. for
C. safe birth-control D. available to
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following
questions.
Question 28: We strongly recommend __________ against sickness or injury.
A. insuring
B. ensuring
C. protesting
D. protecting
Question 29: Tomorrow is our second wedding
_________.
A. celebration
B. present
C. gift
D. anniversary
Question 30: Peter __________ Helen on her new baby.
A. greeted
B. welcomed
C. congratulated
D. cheered.
Question 31: If John
the plane, he would be here by now.
A. missed
B. didn’t miss
C. would miss
D. hadn’t missed
Question 32: A temple
here hundreds of years ago.
A. exist
B. existence
C. existing
D. existed
Question 33: You said that the vegetables were fresh, but they didn’t …..fresh to me.
A. sound
B. make
C. taste
D. eat
Question 34: Ann hoped
to join the club, she could make important business contacts there.
A. inviting
B. being invited
C. to invite
D. to be invited
Question 35: She often thinks carefully
any questions.
A. before answering
B. before having answered C. by answering D. having answering
Question 36: By half past ten tomorrow morning I
along the motorway.
A. will be driving.
B. am driving
C. drive
D. will drive
Question 37: If the police arrest you, don’t say __________ until your lawyer gets there.
A . something
B. nothing
C. anything
D. some thing
Question 38: If you __________ me , I __________ .
A. hadn’t remembered / would have forgotten. B. hadn’t reminded/ would have forgotten.
C. didn’t remind/ would have forgotten.
D. didn’t remember/ would have forgotten.
Question 39: Traditionally, Vietnamese people tend to behave
to make a favorable impression
on the first day of the year.
A. funnily
B. variously
C. politely
D. occsionallly
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in
the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.
Question 40: A. remote
B. college
C. provide
D. enough


Question 41: A. national
B. negative
C. terrible
D. terrific
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct
answer to each of the questions.
In ancient times, people used to offer elaborately made cakes to the moon spirit on this day. After making
this symbolic offering, a family would enjoy eating the cakes together. The festival eventually came to carry the
idea of a happy family reunion and the custom has been passed down to this day. On this mid-autumn night, the
full moon is especially bright. The whole family may sit together beneath the clear moonlight eating tasty moon
cakes and appreciating the beauty of the fully rounded moon. Of course, those who are far away from their
homes that night are only too easily reminded if their families when they look up at the luminous moon. The
words of the great Tang Dynasty poet Li Bai are often recited on such evenings, even today: “I raise my head to
gaze at the bright moon, and I drop my head to think of my old home.”
Question 42: The Festival is an occasion for…………
A. the family eating cakes.
B. the family making cakes
C. the family union
D. the family enjoying the Moon.
Question 43: Peopple who are far away from their homes often feel……………….on this occasion.
A. homesick.
B. sad
C. upset
D. lonely
Question 44: What does the word “elaborately” in line 1 mean?
A. doing something in advance
B. doing something carelessly
C. doing something with a great effort
D. doing something carefully
Question 45: The passage infers that Li Bai was…………
A. a poem in Tang Dynasty
B. a citizen poet in Tang Dynasty.
C. poet in Tang Dynasty
D. a famous poem in Tang Dynasty
Question 46: What does the word “appreciating” in passage mean?
A. enjoying
B. looking
C . watching
D. seeing
Question 47: The best title for this passage is……………….
A. moon Cakes
B. Mid-Autumn Festival
C. Mid-Autumn Night
D. A Meaningful Festival
Question 48: The passage infer that……
A. the Moon is full when the festival occurs.
B. the Chinese are romantic.
C. the full moon is especially bright when the festival occurs.
D. the Chinese love the Moon.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of
sentences in the following questions.
Question 49:
'It was nice of you to invite me to your birthday party. Thanks very much.” Mike said to
me.
A. Mike thanked me to invite him to my birthday party.
B. Mike thanked me for inviting him to my birthday party.
C. Mike thanked me inviting him to my birthday party.
D. Mike thanked me to inviting him to my birthday party.
Question 50: We didn’t have enough money. We didn’t go on holiday
A. We wouldn’t go on holiday if we didn’t have enough money
B. We would go on holiday if we had enough money
C. If we had had enough money, we would have gone on holiday
D. If we hadn’t had enough money, we wouldn’t have gone on holiday


THI KÌ I LỚP 11
MÔN: TIẾNG ANH
NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
(Thời gian 60 phút - không kể thời gian giao nhận đề)

Mã đề: 789
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct
answer to each of the questions.
In ancient times, people used to offer elaborately made cakes to the moon spirit on this day. After making
this symbolic offering, a family would enjoy eating the cakes together. The festival eventually came to carry the
idea of a happy family reunion and the custom has been passed down to this day. On this mid-autumn night, the
full moon is especially bright. The whole family may sit together beneath the clear moonlight eating tasty moon
cakes and appreciating the beauty of the fully rounded moon. Of course, those who are far away from their
homes that night are only too easily reminded if their families when they look up at the luminous moon. The
words of the great Tang Dynasty poet Li Bai are often recited on such evenings, even today: “I raise my head to
gaze at the bright moon, and I drop my head to think of my old home.”
Question 1: The passage infers that……
A. the Moon is full when the festival occurs.
C. the Chinese are romantic.
B. the full moon is especially bright when the festival occurs.
D. the Chinese love the Moon
Question 2: The passage infers that Li Bai was…………
A. a poem in Tang Dynasty
B. a citizen poet in Tang Dynasty.
C. poet in Tang Dynasty
D. a famous poem in Tang Dynasty.
Question 3: What does the word “elaborately” in line 1 mean?
A. doing something carefully
B. doing something carelessly
C. doing something with a great effort
D. doing something in advance
Question 4: The Festival is an occasion for…………
A. the family eating cakes.
B. the family union
C. the family making cakes
D. the family enjoying the Moon.
Question 5: The best title for this passage is……………….
A. Mid-Autumn Festival
B. Mid-Autumn Night
C. moon Cakes
D. A Meaningful Festival
Question 6: What does the word “appreciating” in passage mean?
A. watching
B. looking
C. seeing
D. enjoying
Question 7: Peopple who are far away from their homes often feel……………….on this occasion.
A. lonely
B. sad
C. homesick.
D. upset
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each
of the following questions.
Question 8: The children couldn't go swimming because the sea was too rough.
A.The children were not calm enough to swim in the sea.
B. The sea was rough enough for the children to swim in.
C. The sea was too rough to the children's swimming.
D. The sea was too rough for the children to go swimming.
Question 9: They broke with tradition and got maried quietly.
A. They broke the laws and got married quietly.
B. They did things differently and got married quietly.
C. They did not obey their parent’s and got married in silence.
D. They wanted to rebel and decided to get married in silence.
Question 10: “remember to lock the door!” my father said
A. My father reminded me remembering to lock the door.


B. My father reminded me to lock the door. C. My father reminded me locking the door.
D. My father reminded me to remember to lock the door.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in
each of the following questions.
Question 11: The return to traditional family values are a reaction against the permissiveness of recent
decades.
A. to
B. permissiveness
C. against
D. are
Question 12: My father always dreamt of become a doctor but his family was too poor to send him to
school.
A. become
B. dreamt of
C. too
D. to
Question 13: Safe birth-control methods for family planning is not available to eveyone.
A. safe birth-control B. is not
C. for
D. available to
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from
the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Question 14: A. postpone
B. poverty
C. population
D. modern
Question 15: A. carried
B. moved
C. decided
D. believed
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following
questions.
Question 16: Ann hoped
to join the club, she could make important business contacts there.
A. inviting
B. to be invited
C. to invite
D. being invited
Question 17: Traditionally, Vietnamese people tend to behave
to make a favorable impression on
the first day of the year.
A. funnily
B. occsionallly
C. variously
D. politely
Question 18: We strongly recommend __________ against sickness or injury.
A. insuring
B. ensuring
C. protesting
D. protecting
Question 19: If you __________ me , I __________ .
A. didn’t remind/ would have forgotten.
B. hadn’t remembered / would have forgotten.

C. hadn t reminded/ would have forgotten
D. didn’t remember/ would have forgotten.
Question 20: A temple
here hundreds of years ago.
A. exist
B. existence
C. existing
D. existed

Question 21: You said that the vegetables were fresh, but they didn t …..fresh to me.
A. sound
B. make
C. taste
D. eat
Question 22: If John
the plane, he would be here by now.
A. missed
B. didn’t miss
C. hadn’t missed
D. would miss

Question 23: If the police arrest you, don t say __________ until your lawyer gets there.
A. anything
B. nothing
C. something
D. some thing
Question 24: By half past ten tomorrow morning I
along the motorway.
A.will drive
B. will be driving. C. drive
D. am driving
Question 25: Tomorrow is our second wedding
_________.
A. anniversary
B. present
C. gift
D. celebration
Question 26: Peter __________ Helen on her new baby.
A. greeted
B. cheered.
C. welcomed
D. congratulated
Question 27: She often thinks carefully
any questions.
A. by answering B. before having answered C. before answering D. having answering
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct
word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.
The (28)…………….full moon after the Chinese New Year, the 15th day of the first Lunar month, is the
occasion for the Lantern Festival. It is customary to eat (29)………….. sweet dumplings called yuanxiao and


enjoy(30)……………..lanterns during this festival. Yuanxiao, round balls made of glutinous rice flour stuffed
sugar fillings, sympolize reunion. The custom of enjoying lanterns at this time of the year dates back to the first
century, and has continued to be popular throughout China up to the present day. On this festive night, many
cities(31)……………lantern fairs to display many exotic and sometimes weirdly shaped multi-colored lanterns.
In rural areas, the local people gather together and enjoy themselves as spectators and participants setting off
fireworks, walking on stilts, (32)…………….with dragon lanterns, dancing the yangge and other folk dances
and playing on swings.
Question 28: A. early
B. second
C. first
D. new
Question 29: A. especial
B. especially
C. special
D. specially
Question 30: A. displayed
B. shown
C. displaying
D. showed
Question 31: A. held
B. has
C. holds
D. hold
Question 32: A. perform
B. performing
C. performance
D. performed
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of
sentences in the following questions.
Question 33:
'It was nice of you to invite me to your birthday party. Thanks very much.” Mike said to
me.
A. Mike thanked me to invite him to my birthday party.
B. Mike thanked me inviting him to my birthday party.
C. Mike thanked me to inviting him to my birthday party.
D. Mike thanked me for inviting him to my birthday party.
Question 34: We didn’t have enough money. We didn’t go on holiday
A. We would go on holiday if we had enough money
B. If we hadn’t had enough money, we wouldn’t have gone on holiday
C. If we had had enough money, we would have gone on holiday
D. We wouldn’t go on holiday if we didn’t have enough money
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct
answer to each of the questions
With increasing development and use of computer technology, there is a new disease to worry about.
Computer “viruses”, programs designed to sabotage computers, are infecting computers in corporations,
homes, and universities. These viruses spread exponentailly, much like biological contagion, and then disrupt
the affected systems. The virus secretly attaches itself to other programs and can then delete or alter files. The
damage is generally activated by using computer’s clock. Then, any, program that is executed may be exposesd
to the virus, including programs spread through telephone connections. Because of the increasing incident of
virus infiltration, business and agencies are becoming wary of sharing software. Security policies need to be
increased as immunity programs.
Another problem relating to computers is computer crime. The increased use of computers in business has
been accompanied by a corresponding increase in computer crime. Computers are used in business, in everincreasing numbers to store, process and distribute information. At the same time, thefts by computer are on the
rise. The costs to the victims of computer crime are very high. In his book, Crime by computer, computer expert
Donn B. parker estimated htat financial losses to business from computer thefts exceeded $10 billion in 1978.
Although Parker’s estimate is based on documented cases, no one really knows the extent of computer crime
because thefts by computers are almost impossible to discover. Parker stated that there was no reliable way to
detect computer thefts. It was not just the money they controlled; they controlled data, and data was power.
Question 35: How do computer viruses cause problems for the affected systems?
A. By attaching themselves to other programs and then deleting or altering files.
B. By deleting or altering files.
C. By damaging the affected systems.


D. By attaching themselves to the affected systems.
Question 36: The word “sabotage” in first paragraph means……
A. secretly appear. B. secretly show up. C. secretly destroy
D. secretly damage
Question 37: It is inferred that a commpany can protect itself from the virus by ………………
A. keeping clean.
B. using shared software carefully.
C. not using shared software
D. spreading programs by telephone.
Question 38: The most people interested in reading this passage would probally be …………………
A. computer users. B. teachers.
C. doctors.
D. government officials
Question 39: According to the writer, computer crime will increase……………
A. with the increasing use of computers in business.
B. with the increased use of computers in business.
C. with the development of computer
D. with the use of computers in business.
Question 40: Why is computer crime a serious problem?
A. Because it is very smart
C. Because people have no way to prevent it.
B. Because nothing can prevent it.
D. Because it causes heavy financial losses.
Question 41: Why can’t people know the extent of computer crime?
A. Because thefts by computers are very smart.
B. Because this is a new problem.
C. Because people have ineffective programs.
D. Because it is almost impossible to find out thefts by computers.
Question 42: The virus is ………………
A. a program
B. an insect
C. a microbe.
D. a disk
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in
the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.
Question 43: A. national
B. terrific
C. negative
D. terrible
Question 44: A. enough
B. remote
C. provide
D. college
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the
underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 45: He was so happy that he kept grinning all the time.
A. shouting
B. smiling broadly
C. exciting
D. thrilling
Question 46: In tonight’s quiz, our contestants have come from all over the country.
A. competitors
B. judges
C. losers
D. winners
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the
underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 47: Their classmates are writing letters of acceptance.
A. refusal
B. admission
C. agree
D. confirmation
Question 48: Because it was not Sunday, I was surprised at how crowded the shopping mall was.
A. empty
B. narrow
C. old
D. full
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of
the following exchanges.
Question 49: “I apologize to you for not keeping my promise.” - “ _____”
A. Well, that’s out of question.
B. I am grateful to that.
C. Your apology is accepted.
D. That was very sweet of you.
Question 50: Two friends Daisy and Mary are talking
Daisy : -"Let's have a pizza."
Mary : -"__________"
A. Not again
B. It’s a good idea
C. It doesn't matter
D. Not really



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