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ĐỀ THI THỬ TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 494
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation
in each of the follow ing questions.
Question 1:A. clothes
B. bosses
C. couches
D. boxes
Question 2:A. finished
B. damaged
C. promised
D. escaped
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the best answer to each of the following questions.
Question 3: UNESCO was established to encourage collaboration......nations in the areas......education, science, culture,
and communication.

A. between - in
B. among - in
C. among - of
D. betw een - of
Question 4: We live in a large house in......middle of the village.
A. a
B. an
C. the
D. Ø
Question 5: Kate asked Janet where......the previous Sunday.
A. has she been
B. she had been
C. had she been
D. she has been
Question 6: Each of us must take......for our ow n actions.
A. ability
B. responsibility
C. possibility
D. probability
Question 7: .......Nam Cao is a realistic writer, but he still used a lot of romance in his stories.
A. On my part
B. On the contrary
C. On the other hand
D. On the whole
Question 8: I know you feel bad now, Tommy, but try to put it out of your mind. By the time you're an adult, you.......all
about it.
A. forget
B. will be forgetting
C. will have forgotten
D. are forgetting
Question 9: My English teacher, Mrs. Jane, was the person......I had great respect.
A. for who
B. for whorn
C. that
D. whom
Question 10: Whole villages were........by the floods last year.
A. looked after
B. taken out
C. come up
D. wiped out


Question 11: In many families, the most important decisions are.......by many women.
A. done
B. given
C. arrived
D. made
Question 12: Thanks to the women's liberation, women can take part in......activities.
A. social
B. socially
C. socialize
D. society
Question 13: When my mother is busy preparing dinner, my father often gives her a hand......the housework.
A. on
B. with
C. for
D. about
Question 14: If Tom.......an alarm, the thieves wouldn’t have broken into his house.
A. installs
B. have installed
C. had installed
D. installed
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress
in each of the follow ing questions.
Question 15:A. decision
B. chemistry
C. attention
D. statistics
Question 16:A. instance
B. airport
C. signal
D. mistake
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each
of the numbered blanks from 17 to 21.
School exams are, generally speaking, the first kind of tests we take. They find out ...(17)... much knowledge we have
gained. But do they really show' how intelligent we are? After all, isn't it a fact that some people who are very successful
academically don't have any common sense?
Intelligence is the speed at which we can understand and react to new situations and it is usually tested by logic puzzles. ...
(18)... scientists are now preparing advanced computer technology that will be able to "‘read" our brains, for the present, tests
are still the most popular ways of measuring intelligence.
A person’s IQ is his intelligence ...(19)... it is measured by a special test. The most common IQ tests are run by Mensa, an
organization that was founded in England in 1946. By 1976 it had 1,300 members in Britain.
Today there are 44]000 in Britain and 100,000 worldwide, ...(20)... in the US. People taking the tests are judged in relation to
an average score of 100, and those ...(21)... score over 148 are entitled to join Mensa. This works out at 2% of the population.
Question 17:A. what
B. how
C. which
D. why
Question 18:A. Although B. Until
C. Because
D. Despite
Question 19:A. that
B. as
C. so
D. how
Question 20:A. enormously B. considerably
C. mainly
D. highly
Question 21:A. why
B. who
C. which
D. whom
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to show the underlined part that need correction in each of the following sentences.
Question 22: There are probably around 3,000 languages speaking in the world.
A. around
B. the world
C. speaking
D. are
Question 23: The novelist Shirley Hazzard is noted for the insight, poetic style, and sensitive she demonstrates in her
works.
A. for
B. demonstrates
C. sensitive
D. The
Question 24: Today the number of people whom enjoy winter sports is almost double that of twenty years ago.


A. that
B. whom
C. number
D. is
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions
from 25 to 31.
Although speech is the most advanced form of communication, there are many ways of communicating without using
speech. Signals, signs, symbols, and gestures may be found in every known culture. The basic function of signal is to
impinge upon the environment in such a way that it attracts attention, for example, the dots and dashes of a telegraph circuit.
Coded to refer to speech, the potential for communication is really great. Less adaptable to the codification of words, signs
also contain meaning in and of themselves. A stop sign or barber pole conveys meaning quickly and conveniently. Symbols
are more difficult to describe than either signals or signs because of their intricate relationship with the receiver's cultural
perceptions. In some culture, applauding in a theater provides performers with an auditory' symbol of approval. Gestures such
as waving and handshaking also convey certain cultural messages.
Although signals, signs, symbols, and gestures are very useful, they do have a major disadvantage. They usually do not
allow ideas to be shared without the sender being directly adjacent to the receiver. As a result, means of communication
intended to be used for long distances and extended periods are based upon speech. Radio, television, and the telephone are
only a few'.
Question 25: All of the following are true EXCEPT.......
A. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures are found in every culture.
B. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures are very useful.
C. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures also have some disadvantage.
D. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures are only used for long distance contact.
Question 26: What does the author say about the speech?
A. It is dependent upon the advances made by inventors.
B. It is the only true form of communication.
C. It is necessary for communication to occur.
D. It is the most advanced form of communication.
Question 27: Which of the following would be the best title for the passage?
A. Gestures
B. Communication
C. Signs and signals
D. Speech
Question 28: The phrase "impinge upon" in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to.......
A. affect
B. vary
C. prohibit
D. improve
Question 29: The word "it" in paragraph 1 refers to........
A. way
B. environment
C. speech
D. signal
Question 30: Applauding was cited as an example of........
A. a symbol
B. a signal
C. a sign
D. a gesture
Question 31: Why were the telephone, radio, and the television invented?
A. Because people wanted to communicate across long distances.
B. Because people wanted new forms of communication.
C. Because people believed that signs, signals, and symbols were obsolete.
D. Because people were unable to understand signs, signals, and symbols.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.
Question 32: Henry is talking to his mother.
~ Henry: "I’ve passed my driving test." ~ His mother: ".............."
A. Congratulations!
B. That’s a good idea.
C. That's too bad.
D. All right.
Question 33: Two friends Diana and Anne are talking with each other about their shopping.
~ Diana: "Look at this catalog, Anne. I think I want to get this red blouse." ~ Anne: "............."
A. No, thank you.
B. That's a long way to go, dear.
C. Don't you have one like this in blue?
D. I'll go myself, then.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following
questions.
Question 34: Her living conditions were difficult. However, she studied very well.
A. She studied very well in spite of her difficult living conditions.
B. She studied very well thanks to the fact that she lived in difficult conditions.
C. Although she lived in difficult conditions, but she studied very well.
D. Difficult as her living conditions, she studied very well.
Question 35: My grandparents' lake house was built in 1953. It w as completely destroyed by the forest fire.
A. My grandparents' lake house, which w as built in 1953, was completely destroyed by the forest fire.
B. My grandparents’ lake house was built in 1953, so it was completely destroyed by the forest fire.
C. My grandparents’ lake house was built in 1953; however, completely destroying the forest fire.
D. The forest fire destroyed my grandparents' lake house was built in 1953.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 36: People say that he won a lot of money on the Vietlott.
A. He is said to have won a lot of money on the Vietlott.
B. He was said that he won a lot of money on the Vietlott.
C. He is said to win a lot of money on the Vietlott.


D. He won a lot of money on the Vietlott as people said.
Question 37: I have never played golf before.
A. It is the first time I had played golf.
B. This is the first time I have ever played golf.
C. It is the last time I played golf.
D. I used to play golf but I gave it up already.
Question 38: "Sorry, we’re late. It took us ages to look for a parking place," said John.
A. John finally found a parking place after a long time searching even though they were late.
B. John said that he was late because he had spent a lot of time finding a parking place.
C. John said sorry for being late because he had to try his best to look for a parking place.
D. John apologized for being late because it took them much time tofind a parking place.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the
follow ing questions.
Question 39: English is a compulsory subject in most of the schools in Vietnam.
A. required
B. paid
C. optional
D. dependent
Question 40: They believe that life will be far better than it is today, so they tend to look on the bright side in any
circumstance.
A. be smart
B. be confident
C. be pessimistic
D. be optimistic
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the
follow ing questions.
Question 41: We can use either verbal or nonverbal forms of communication.
A. using facial expressions
B. using gesture
C. using speech
D. using verbs
Question 42: We are a very close-knit family.
A. are polite to each other
B. are close to each other
C. need each other
D. have very close relationship with each other
Read the follow ing passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions
from 43 to 50.
It is commonly believed in the United States that school is where people go to get an education. Nevertheless, it has been
said that today children interrupt their education to go to school. The distinction between schooling and education implied by
this remark is important.
Education is much more open-ended and all-inclusive than schooling. Education knows no bounds. It can take place
anywhere, whether in the shower or on the job, whether in a kitchen or on a tractor. It includes both the formal learning that
takes place in schools and the whole universe of informal learning. The agents of education can range from a revered
grandparent to the people debating politics on the radio, from a child to a distinguished scientist. Whereas schooling has a
certain predictability, education quite often produces surprises. A chance conversation with a stranger may lead a person to
discover how little is known of other religions. People are engaged in education in infancy. Education, then, is a very broad,
inclusive term. It is a lifelong process, a process that starts long before the start of school, and one that should be an integral
part of one's entire life.
Schooling, on the other hand, is a specific, formalized process, whose general pattern varies little from one setting to the
next. Throughout a country, children arrive at school at approximately the same time, take assigned seats, are taught by an
adult, use similar textbooks, do homework, take exams, and so on. The slices of reality that are to be learned, whether they
are the alphabet or an understanding of the workings of government, have usually been limited by the boundaries of the
subjects being taught. For example, high school students know that they are not likely to find out in their classes the truth
about political problems in their communities or what the newest filmmakers are experimenting with. There are definite
conditions surrounding the formalized process of schooling.
Question 43: The word "they" in paragraph 3 refers to.......
A. seats
B. boundaries
C. similar textbooks
D. slices of reality
Question 44: What is the main idea of the passage?
A. The more years students go to school, the better their education is.
B. Education and schooling are quite different experiences.
C. Students benefit from schools, which require long hours and homework.
D. The best school teach a wide variety of subjects.
Question 45: The word "chance" in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to........
A. passive
B. lively
C. unexpected
D. usual
Question 46: What does the author probably mean by using the expression "children interrupt their education to go to
school" in paragraph 1?
A. Summer school makes the school year too long.
B. Going to several different schools is educationally beneficial.
C. All of people's life is an education.
D. School vacations interrupt the continuity of the school year.
Question 47: The phrase "For example" in paragraph 3, introduces a sentence that gives examples of.......
A. similar textbooks
B. the workings of a government
C. the boundaries of the subjects
D. the results of schooling
Question 48: The passage supports which of the following conclusions?


A. Education involves many years of professional training.
B. Going to school is only part of how people become educated.
C. Education systems need to be radically reformed.
D. Without formal education, people would remain ignorant.
Question 49: The passage is organized by........
A. giving examples of different kinds of schools
B. narrating a story about excellent teacher
C. listing and discussing several educational problems
D. contrasting the meanings of two related words
Question 50: The writer seems to agree that........
A. Education is not as important as schooling
B. Schooling is more important than education
C. Education is more influential than schooling
D. Schooling is unlimited and more informal
The End


SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO
ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC
(Đề gồm có 04 trang)

ĐỀ THI THỬ TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 331
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions
from 01 to 07.
Although speech is the most advanced form of communication, there are many ways of communicating without using
speech. Signals, signs, symbols, and gestures may be found in every known culture. The basic function of signal is to
impinge upon the environment in such a way that it attracts attention, for example, the dots and dashes of a telegraph circuit.
Coded to refer to speech, the potential for communication is really great. Less adaptable to the codification of words, signs
also contain meaning in and of themselves. A stop sign or barber pole conveys meaning quickly and conveniently. Symbols
are more difficult to describe than either signals or signs because of their intricate relationship with the receiver's cultural
perceptions. In some culture, applauding in a theater provides performers with an auditory' symbol of approval. Gestures such
as waving and handshaking also convey certain cultural messages.
Although signals, signs, symbols, and gestures are very useful, they do have a major disadvantage. They usually do not
allow ideas to be shared without the sender being directly adjacent to the receiver. As a result, means of communication
intended to be used for long distances and extended periods are based upon speech. Radio, television, and the telephone are
only a few'.
Question 1: The phrase "impinge upon" in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to.......
A. prohibit
B. improve
C. affect
D. vary
Question 2: What does the author say about the speech?
A. It is the only true form of communication.
B. It is the most advanced form of communication.
C. It is dependent upon the advances made by inventors.
D. It is necessary for communication to occur.
Question 3: The word "it" in paragraph 1 refers to........
A. speech
B. environment
C. way
D. signal
Question 4: Why were the telephone, radio, and the television invented?
A. Because people believed that signs, signals, and symbols were obsolete.
B. Because people were unable to understand signs, signals, and symbols.
C. Because people wanted to communicate across long distances.
D. Because people wanted new forms of communication.
Question 5: Applauding was cited as an example of........
A. a signal
B. a sign
C. a symbol
D. a gesture
Question 6: Which of the following would be the best title for the passage?
A. Signs and signals
B. Communication
C. Gestures
D. Speech
Question 7: All of the following are true EXCEPT.......
A. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures also have some disadvantage.
B. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures are found in every culture.
C. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures are very useful.
D. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures are only used for long distance contact.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress
in each of the follow ing questions.
Question 8:A. chemistry
B. decision
C. statistics
D. attention
Question 9:A. instance
B. signal
C. mistake
D. airport
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the
follow ing questions.
Question 10: We can use either verbal or nonverbal forms of communication.
A. using verbs
B. using facial expressions
C. using gesture
D. using speech
Question 11: We are a very close-knit family.
A. need each other
B. are close to each other
C. have very close relationship with each other
D. are polite to each other
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the
follow ing questions.
Question 12: English is a compulsory subject in most of the schools in Vietnam.
A. dependent
B. optional
C. paid
D. required
Question 13: They believe that life will be far better than it is today, so they tend to look on the bright side in any
circumstance.
A. be confident
B. be smart
C. be pessimistic
D. be optimistic
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation
in each of the follow ing questions.
Question 14:A. damaged B. escaped
C. promised
D. finished
Question 15:A. couches
B. boxes
C. clothes
D. bosses


Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the best answer to each of the following questions.
Question 16: If Tom.......an alarm, the thieves wouldn’t have broken into his house.
A. installed
B. have installed
C. installs
D. had installed
Question 17: Each of us must take......for our ow n actions.
A. ability
B. responsibility
C. possibility
D. probability
Question 18: In many families, the most important decisions are.......by many women.
A. arrived
B. made
C. done
D. given
Question 19: Thanks to the women's liberation, women can take part in......activities.
A. socialize
B. socially
C. social
D. society
Question 20: Kate asked Janet where......the previous Sunday.
A. has she been
B. she has been
C. had she been
D. she had been
Question 21: .......Nam Cao is a realistic writer, but he still used a lot of romance in his stories.
A. On my part
B. On the contrary
C. On the other hand
D. On the whole
Question 22: We live in a large house in......middle of the village.
A. an
B. a
C. Ø
D. the
Question 23: I know you feel bad now, Tommy, but try to put it out of your mind. By the time you're an adult, you.......all
about it.
A. forget
B. are forgetting
C. will be forgetting
D. will have forgotten
Question 24: When my mother is busy preparing dinner, my father often gives her a hand......the housework.
A. on
B. about
C. with
D. for
Question 25: My English teacher, Mrs. Jane, was the person......I had great respect.
A. for who
B. for whorn
C. whom
D. that
Question 26: Whole villages were........by the floods last year.
A. taken out
B. wiped out
C. looked after
D. come up
Question 27: UNESCO was established to encourage collaboration......nations in the areas......education, science, culture,
and communication.
A. among - in
B. betw een - of
C. between - in
D. among - of
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.
Question 28: Henry is talking to his mother.
~ Henry: "I’ve passed my driving test." ~ His mother: ".............."
A. Congratulations!
B. That’s a good idea.
C. That's too bad.
D. All right.
Question 29: Two friends Diana and Anne are talking with each other about their shopping.
~ Diana: "Look at this catalog, Anne. I think I want to get this red blouse." ~ Anne: "............."
A. Don't you have one like this in blue?
B. I'll go myself, then.
C. That's a long way to go, dear.
D. No, thank you.
Read the follow ing passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions
from 30 to 37.
It is commonly believed in the United States that school is where people go to get an education. Nevertheless, it has been
said that today children interrupt their education to go to school. The distinction between schooling and education implied by
this remark is important.
Education is much more open-ended and all-inclusive than schooling. Education knows no bounds. It can take place
anywhere, whether in the shower or on the job, whether in a kitchen or on a tractor. It includes both the formal learning that
takes place in schools and the whole universe of informal learning. The agents of education can range from a revered
grandparent to the people debating politics on the radio, from a child to a distinguished scientist. Whereas schooling has a
certain predictability, education quite often produces surprises. A chance conversation with a stranger may lead a person to
discover how little is known of other religions. People are engaged in education in infancy. Education, then, is a very broad,
inclusive term. It is a lifelong process, a process that starts long before the start of school, and one that should be an integral
part of one's entire life.
Schooling, on the other hand, is a specific, formalized process, whose general pattern varies little from one setting to the
next. Throughout a country, children arrive at school at approximately the same time, take assigned seats, are taught by an
adult, use similar textbooks, do homework, take exams, and so on. The slices of reality that are to be learned, whether they
are the alphabet or an understanding of the workings of government, have usually been limited by the boundaries of the
subjects being taught. For example, high school students know that they are not likely to find out in their classes the truth
about political problems in their communities or what the newest filmmakers are experimenting with. There are definite
conditions surrounding the formalized process of schooling.
Question 30: What is the main idea of the passage?
A. Education and schooling are quite different experiences.
B. Students benefit from schools, which require long hours and homework.
C. The more years students go to school, the better their education is.
D. The best school teach a wide variety of subjects.
Question 31: The phrase "For example" in paragraph 3, introduces a sentence that gives examples of.......
A. the boundaries of the subjects
B. the workings of a government
C. similar textbooks
D. the results of schooling


Question 32: The passage is organized by........
A. contrasting the meanings of two related words
B. listing and discussing several educational problems
C. narrating a story about excellent teacher
D. giving examples of different kinds of schools
Question 33: What does the author probably mean by using the expression "children interrupt their education to go to
school" in paragraph 1?
A. All of people's life is an education.
B. School vacations interrupt the continuity of the school year.
C. Summer school makes the school year too long.
D. Going to several different schools is educationally beneficial.
Question 34: The word "chance" in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to........
A. usual
B. lively
C. passive
D. unexpected
Question 35: The writer seems to agree that........
A. Education is more influential than schooling
B. Schooling is more important than education
C. Education is not as important as schooling
D. Schooling is unlimited and more informal
Question 36: The word "they" in paragraph 3 refers to.......
A. boundaries
B. seats
C. slices of reality
D. similar textbooks
Question 37: The passage supports which of the following conclusions?
A. Without formal education, people would remain ignorant.
B. Education involves many years of professional training.
C. Education systems need to be radically reformed.
D. Going to school is only part of how people become educated.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following
questions.
Question 38: Her living conditions were difficult. However, she studied very well.
A. She studied very well in spite of her difficult living conditions.
B. Difficult as her living conditions, she studied very well.
C. Although she lived in difficult conditions, but she studied very well.
D. She studied very well thanks to the fact that she lived in difficult conditions.
Question 39: My grandparents' lake house was built in 1953. It w as completely destroyed by the forest fire.
A. My grandparents’ lake house was built in 1953, so it was completely destroyed by the forest fire.
B. My grandparents’ lake house was built in 1953; however, completely destroying the forest fire.
C. My grandparents' lake house, which w as built in 1953, was completely destroyed by the forest fire.
D. The forest fire destroyed my grandparents' lake house was built in 1953.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 40: People say that he won a lot of money on the Vietlott.
A. He is said to have won a lot of money on the Vietlott.
B. He was said that he won a lot of money on the Vietlott.
C. He is said to win a lot of money on the Vietlott.
D. He won a lot of money on the Vietlott as people said.
Question 41: "Sorry, we’re late. It took us ages to look for a parking place," said John.
A. John said sorry for being late because he had to try his best to look for a parking place.
B. John apologized for being late because it took them much time tofind a parking place.
C. John finally found a parking place after a long time searching even though they were late.
D. John said that he was late because he had spent a lot of time finding a parking place.
Question 42: I have never played golf before.
A. This is the first time I have ever played golf.
B. I used to play golf but I gave it up already.
C. It is the first time I had played golf.
D. It is the last time I played golf.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each
of the numbered blanks from 43 to 47.
School exams are, generally speaking, the first kind of tests we take. They find out ...(43)... much knowledge we have
gained. But do they really show' how intelligent we are? After all, isn't it a fact that some people who are very successful
academically don't have any common sense?
Intelligence is the speed at which we can understand and react to new situations and it is usually tested by logic puzzles. ...
(44)... scientists are now preparing advanced computer technology that will be able to "‘read" our brains, for the present, tests
are still the most popular ways of measuring intelligence.
A person’s IQ is his intelligence ...(45)... it is measured by a special test. The most common IQ tests are run by Mensa, an
organization that was founded in England in 1946. By 1976 it had 1,300 members in Britain.
Today there are 44]000 in Britain and 100,000 worldwide, ...(46)... in the US. People taking the tests are judged in relation to
an average score of 100, and those ...(47)... score over 148 are entitled to join Mensa. This works out at 2% of the population.
Question 43:A. which
B. why
C. how
D. what
Question 44:A. Because
B. Until
C. Despite
D. Although


Question 45:A. as
B. that
C. so
D. how
Question 46:A. enormously B. mainly
C. highly
D. considerably
Question 47:A. why
B. whom
C. who
D. which
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to show the underlined part that need correction in each of the following sentences.
Question 48: Today the number of people whom enjoy winter sports is almost double that of twenty years ago.
A. that
B. is
C. number
D. whom
Question 49: There are probably around 3,000 languages speaking in the world.
A. the world
B. around
C. speaking
D. are
Question 50: The novelist Shirley Hazzard is noted for the insight, poetic style, and sensitive she demonstrates in her
works.
A. sensitive
B. for
C. The
D. demonstrates
The End


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ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC
(Đề gồm có 04 trang)

ĐỀ THI THỬ TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 815
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions
from 01 to 07.
Although speech is the most advanced form of communication, there are many ways of communicating without using
speech. Signals, signs, symbols, and gestures may be found in every known culture. The basic function of signal is to
impinge upon the environment in such a way that it attracts attention, for example, the dots and dashes of a telegraph circuit.
Coded to refer to speech, the potential for communication is really great. Less adaptable to the codification of words, signs
also contain meaning in and of themselves. A stop sign or barber pole conveys meaning quickly and conveniently. Symbols
are more difficult to describe than either signals or signs because of their intricate relationship with the receiver's cultural
perceptions. In some culture, applauding in a theater provides performers with an auditory' symbol of approval. Gestures such
as waving and handshaking also convey certain cultural messages.
Although signals, signs, symbols, and gestures are very useful, they do have a major disadvantage. They usually do not
allow ideas to be shared without the sender being directly adjacent to the receiver. As a result, means of communication
intended to be used for long distances and extended periods are based upon speech. Radio, television, and the telephone are
only a few'.
Question 1: Which of the following would be the best title for the passage?
A. Signs and signals
B. Speech
C. Communication
D. Gestures
Question 2: What does the author say about the speech?
A. It is the only true form of communication.
B. It is the most advanced form of communication.
C. It is dependent upon the advances made by inventors.
D. It is necessary for communication to occur.
Question 3: All of the following are true EXCEPT.......
A. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures are only used for long distance contact.
B. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures are found in every culture.
C. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures are very useful.
D. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures also have some disadvantage.
Question 4: The phrase "impinge upon" in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to.......
A. improve
B. affect
C. vary
D. prohibit
Question 5: Applauding was cited as an example of........
A. a gesture
B. a symbol
C. a signal
D. a sign
Question 6: The word "it" in paragraph 1 refers to........
A. speech
B. environment
C. signal
D. way
Question 7: Why were the telephone, radio, and the television invented?
A. Because people wanted new forms of communication.
B. Because people wanted to communicate across long distances.
C. Because people were unable to understand signs, signals, and symbols.
D. Because people believed that signs, signals, and symbols were obsolete.
Read the follow ing passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions
from 08 to 15.
It is commonly believed in the United States that school is where people go to get an education. Nevertheless, it has been
said that today children interrupt their education to go to school. The distinction between schooling and education implied by
this remark is important.
Education is much more open-ended and all-inclusive than schooling. Education knows no bounds. It can take place
anywhere, whether in the shower or on the job, whether in a kitchen or on a tractor. It includes both the formal learning that
takes place in schools and the whole universe of informal learning. The agents of education can range from a revered
grandparent to the people debating politics on the radio, from a child to a distinguished scientist. Whereas schooling has a
certain predictability, education quite often produces surprises. A chance conversation with a stranger may lead a person to
discover how little is known of other religions. People are engaged in education in infancy. Education, then, is a very broad,
inclusive term. It is a lifelong process, a process that starts long before the start of school, and one that should be an integral
part of one's entire life.
Schooling, on the other hand, is a specific, formalized process, whose general pattern varies little from one setting to the
next. Throughout a country, children arrive at school at approximately the same time, take assigned seats, are taught by an
adult, use similar textbooks, do homework, take exams, and so on. The slices of reality that are to be learned, whether they
are the alphabet or an understanding of the workings of government, have usually been limited by the boundaries of the
subjects being taught. For example, high school students know that they are not likely to find out in their classes the truth
about political problems in their communities or what the newest filmmakers are experimenting with. There are definite
conditions surrounding the formalized process of schooling.
Question 8: What does the author probably mean by using the expression "children interrupt their education to go to
school" in paragraph 1?


A. All of people's life is an education.
B. School vacations interrupt the continuity of the school year.
C. Going to several different schools is educationally beneficial.
D. Summer school makes the school year too long.
Question 9: The writer seems to agree that........
A. Schooling is unlimited and more informal
B. Education is not as important as schooling
C. Schooling is more important than education
D. Education is more influential than schooling
Question 10: The word "they" in paragraph 3 refers to.......
A. seats
B. slices of reality
C. similar textbooks
D. boundaries
Question 11: The passage is organized by........
A. giving examples of different kinds of schools
B. contrasting the meanings of two related words
C. listing and discussing several educational problems
D. narrating a story about excellent teacher
Question 12: What is the main idea of the passage?
A. The more years students go to school, the better their education is.
B. The best school teach a wide variety of subjects.
C. Students benefit from schools, which require long hours and homework.
D. Education and schooling are quite different experiences.
Question 13: The passage supports which of the following conclusions?
A. Education systems need to be radically reformed.
B. Without formal education, people would remain ignorant.
C. Going to school is only part of how people become educated.
D. Education involves many years of professional training.
Question 14: The word "chance" in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to........
A. passive
B. usual
C. lively
D. unexpected
Question 15: The phrase "For example" in paragraph 3, introduces a sentence that gives examples of.......
A. the boundaries of the subjects
B. the results of schooling
C. similar textbooks
D. the workings of a government
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the
follow ing questions.
Question 16: We can use either verbal or nonverbal forms of communication.
A. using facial expressions B. using gesture
C. using verbs
D. using speech
Question 17: We are a very close-knit family.
A. have very close relationship with each other
B. are close to each other
C. are polite to each other
D. need each other
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to show the underlined part that need correction in each of the following sentences.
Question 18: There are probably around 3,000 languages speaking in the world.
A. speaking
B. around
C. are
D. the world
Question 19: Today the number of people whom enjoy winter sports is almost double that of twenty years ago.
A. number
B. that
C. whom
D. is
Question 20: The novelist Shirley Hazzard is noted for the insight, poetic style, and sensitive she demonstrates in her
works.
A. sensitive
B. The
C. demonstrates
D. for
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the
follow ing questions.
Question 21: English is a compulsory subject in most of the schools in Vietnam.
A. dependent
B. required
C. paid
D. optional
Question 22: They believe that life will be far better than it is today, so they tend to look on the bright side in any
circumstance.
A. be optimistic
B. be confident
C. be smart
D. be pessimistic
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.
Question 23: Two friends Diana and Anne are talking with each other about their shopping.
~ Diana: "Look at this catalog, Anne. I think I want to get this red blouse." ~ Anne: "............."
A. Don't you have one like this in blue?
B. No, thank you.
C. I'll go myself, then.
D. That's a long way to go, dear.
Question 24: Henry is talking to his mother.
~ Henry: "I’ve passed my driving test." ~ His mother: ".............."
A. That’s a good idea.
B. That's too bad.
C. All right.
D. Congratulations!
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation
in each of the follow ing questions.
Question 25:A. finished
B. promised
C. escaped
D. damaged
Question 26:A. boxes
B. clothes
C. couches
D. bosses


Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 27: "Sorry, we’re late. It took us ages to look for a parking place," said John.
A. John said sorry for being late because he had to try his best to look for a parking place.
B. John said that he was late because he had spent a lot of time finding a parking place.
C. John finally found a parking place after a long time searching even though they were late.
D. John apologized for being late because it took them much time tofind a parking place.
Question 28: People say that he won a lot of money on the Vietlott.
A. He was said that he won a lot of money on the Vietlott.
B. He is said to have won a lot of money on the Vietlott.
C. He is said to win a lot of money on the Vietlott.
D. He won a lot of money on the Vietlott as people said.
Question 29: I have never played golf before.
A. It is the first time I had played golf.
B. I used to play golf but I gave it up already.
C. It is the last time I played golf.
D. This is the first time I have ever played golf.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following
questions.
Question 30: My grandparents' lake house was built in 1953. It w as completely destroyed by the forest fire.
A. My grandparents’ lake house was built in 1953, so it was completely destroyed by the forest fire.
B. My grandparents' lake house, which w as built in 1953, was completely destroyed by the forest fire.
C. The forest fire destroyed my grandparents' lake house was built in 1953.
D. My grandparents’ lake house was built in 1953; however, completely destroying the forest fire.
Question 31: Her living conditions were difficult. However, she studied very well.
A. Difficult as her living conditions, she studied very well.
B. She studied very well thanks to the fact that she lived in difficult conditions.
C. Although she lived in difficult conditions, but she studied very well.
D. She studied very well in spite of her difficult living conditions.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each
of the numbered blanks from 32 to 36.
School exams are, generally speaking, the first kind of tests we take. They find out ...(32)... much knowledge we have
gained. But do they really show' how intelligent we are? After all, isn't it a fact that some people who are very successful
academically don't have any common sense?
Intelligence is the speed at which we can understand and react to new situations and it is usually tested by logic puzzles. ...
(33)... scientists are now preparing advanced computer technology that will be able to "‘read" our brains, for the present, tests
are still the most popular ways of measuring intelligence.
A person’s IQ is his intelligence ...(34)... it is measured by a special test. The most common IQ tests are run by Mensa, an
organization that was founded in England in 1946. By 1976 it had 1,300 members in Britain.
Today there are 44]000 in Britain and 100,000 worldwide, ...(35)... in the US. People taking the tests are judged in relation to
an average score of 100, and those ...(36)... score over 148 are entitled to join Mensa. This works out at 2% of the population.
Question 32:A. what
B. why
C. which
D. how
Question 33:A. Because
B. Until
C. Although
D. Despite
Question 34:A. how
B. that
C. as
D. so
Question 35:A. highly
B. considerably
C. mainly
D. enormously
Question 36:A. who
B. which
C. why
D. whom
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the best answer to each of the following questions.
Question 37: I know you feel bad now, Tommy, but try to put it out of your mind. By the time you're an adult, you.......all
about it.
A. will be forgetting
B. are forgetting
C. will have forgotten
D. forget
Question 38: My English teacher, Mrs. Jane, was the person......I had great respect.
A. whom
B. for who
C. that
D. for whorn
Question 39: Kate asked Janet where......the previous Sunday.
A. has she been
B. had she been
C. she had been
D. she has been
Question 40: Whole villages were........by the floods last year.
A. come up
B. wiped out
C. looked after
D. taken out
Question 41: Each of us must take......for our ow n actions.
A. ability
B. probability
C. responsibility
D. possibility
Question 42: .......Nam Cao is a realistic writer, but he still used a lot of romance in his stories.
A. On the contrary
B. On the whole
C. On the other hand
D. On my part
Question 43: If Tom.......an alarm, the thieves wouldn’t have broken into his house.
A. installs
B. have installed
C. had installed
D. installed
Question 44: When my mother is busy preparing dinner, my father often gives her a hand......the housework.
A. about
B. for
C. with
D. on
Question 45: In many families, the most important decisions are.......by many women.
A. given
B. arrived
C. made
D. done


Question 46: We live in a large house in......middle of the village.
A. the
B. a
C. Ø
D. an
Question 47: Thanks to the women's liberation, women can take part in......activities.
A. society
B. socialize
C. social
D. socially
Question 48: UNESCO was established to encourage collaboration......nations in the areas......education, science, culture,
and communication.
A. among - in
B. betw een - of
C. between - in
D. among - of
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress
in each of the follow ing questions.
Question 49:A. chemistry B. attention
C. decision
D. statistics
Question 50:A. airport
B. signal
C. instance
D. mistake
The End


SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO
ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC
(Đề gồm có 04 trang)

ĐỀ THI THỬ TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 486
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation
in each of the follow ing questions.
Question 1:A. finished
B. escaped
C. promised
D. damaged
Question 2:A. bosses
B. couches
C. clothes
D. boxes
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress
in each of the follow ing questions.
Question 3:A. mistake
B. signal
C. airport
D. instance
Question 4:A. attention
B. statistics
C. chemistry
D. decision
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the
follow ing questions.
Question 5: English is a compulsory subject in most of the schools in Vietnam.
A. required
B. dependent
C. paid
D. optional
Question 6: They believe that life will be far better than it is today, so they tend to look on the bright side in any
circumstance.
A. be smart
B. be confident
C. be pessimistic
D. be optimistic
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each
of the numbered blanks from 07 to 11.
School exams are, generally speaking, the first kind of tests we take. They find out ...(7)... much knowledge we have
gained. But do they really show' how intelligent we are? After all, isn't it a fact that some people who are very successful
academically don't have any common sense?
Intelligence is the speed at which we can understand and react to new situations and it is usually tested by logic puzzles. ...
(8)... scientists are now preparing advanced computer technology that will be able to "‘read" our brains, for the present, tests
are still the most popular ways of measuring intelligence.
A person’s IQ is his intelligence ...(9)... it is measured by a special test. The most common IQ tests are run by Mensa, an
organization that was founded in England in 1946. By 1976 it had 1,300 members in Britain.
Today there are 44]000 in Britain and 100,000 worldwide, ...(10)... in the US. People taking the tests are judged in relation to
an average score of 100, and those ...(11)... score over 148 are entitled to join Mensa. This works out at 2% of the population.
Question 7:A. how
B. which
C. what
D. why
Question 8:A. Because
B. Although
C. Until
D. Despite
Question 9:A. as
B. that
C. so
D. how
Question 10:A. considerably B. enormously
C. mainly
D. highly
Question 11:A. who
B. whom
C. which
D. why
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the best answer to each of the following questions.
Question 12: I know you feel bad now, Tommy, but try to put it out of your mind. By the time you're an adult, you.......all
about it.
A. will have forgotten
B. will be forgetting
C. are forgetting
D. forget
Question 13: .......Nam Cao is a realistic writer, but he still used a lot of romance in his stories.
A. On the contrary
B. On my part
C. On the whole
D. On the other hand
Question 14: If Tom.......an alarm, the thieves wouldn’t have broken into his house.
A. have installed
B. installs
C. had installed
D. installed
Question 15: My English teacher, Mrs. Jane, was the person......I had great respect.
A. for whorn
B. that
C. whom
D. for who
Question 16: We live in a large house in......middle of the village.
A. Ø
B. the
C. an
D. a
Question 17: Kate asked Janet where......the previous Sunday.
A. she has been
B. had she been
C. has she been
D. she had been
Question 18: Whole villages were........by the floods last year.
A. taken out
B. wiped out
C. come up
D. looked after
Question 19: In many families, the most important decisions are.......by many women.
A. given
B. made
C. arrived
D. done
Question 20: Thanks to the women's liberation, women can take part in......activities.
A. socially
B. social
C. society
D. socialize
Question 21: Each of us must take......for our ow n actions.
A. probability
B. ability
C. possibility
D. responsibility
Question 22: When my mother is busy preparing dinner, my father often gives her a hand......the housework.
A. for
B. with
C. about
D. on
Question 23: UNESCO was established to encourage collaboration......nations in the areas......education, science, culture,
and communication.
A. betw een - of
B. among - in
C. among - of
D. between - in


Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.
Question 24: Henry is talking to his mother.
~ Henry: "I’ve passed my driving test." ~ His mother: ".............."
A. Congratulations!
B. That's too bad.
C. That’s a good idea.
D. All right.
Question 25: Two friends Diana and Anne are talking with each other about their shopping.
~ Diana: "Look at this catalog, Anne. I think I want to get this red blouse." ~ Anne: "............."
A. That's a long way to go, dear.
B. I'll go myself, then.
C. Don't you have one like this in blue?
D. No, thank you.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the
follow ing questions.
Question 26: We are a very close-knit family.
A. are polite to each other
B. need each other
C. have very close relationship with each other
D. are close to each other
Question 27: We can use either verbal or nonverbal forms of communication.
A. using speech
B. using verbs
C. using facial expressions
D. using gesture
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 28: People say that he won a lot of money on the Vietlott.
A. He is said to win a lot of money on the Vietlott.
B. He was said that he won a lot of money on the Vietlott.
C. He won a lot of money on the Vietlott as people said.
D. He is said to have won a lot of money on the Vietlott.
Question 29: "Sorry, we’re late. It took us ages to look for a parking place," said John.
A. John apologized for being late because it took them much time tofind a parking place.
B. John said sorry for being late because he had to try his best to look for a parking place.
C. John said that he was late because he had spent a lot of time finding a parking place.
D. John finally found a parking place after a long time searching even though they were late.
Question 30: I have never played golf before.
A. I used to play golf but I gave it up already.
B. It is the first time I had played golf.
C. It is the last time I played golf.
D. This is the first time I have ever played golf.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to show the underlined part that need correction in each of the following sentences.
Question 31: There are probably around 3,000 languages speaking in the world.
A. are
B. around
C. the world
D. speaking
Question 32: Today the number of people whom enjoy winter sports is almost double that of twenty years ago.
A. that
B. is
C. whom
D. number
Question 33: The novelist Shirley Hazzard is noted for the insight, poetic style, and sensitive she demonstrates in her
works.
A. demonstrates
B. sensitive
C. The
D. for
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following
questions.
Question 34: Her living conditions were difficult. However, she studied very well.
A. She studied very well in spite of her difficult living conditions.
B. Difficult as her living conditions, she studied very well.
C. She studied very well thanks to the fact that she lived in difficult conditions.
D. Although she lived in difficult conditions, but she studied very well.
Question 35: My grandparents' lake house was built in 1953. It w as completely destroyed by the forest fire.
A. My grandparents' lake house, which w as built in 1953, was completely destroyed by the forest fire.
B. My grandparents’ lake house was built in 1953, so it was completely destroyed by the forest fire.
C. My grandparents’ lake house was built in 1953; however, completely destroying the forest fire.
D. The forest fire destroyed my grandparents' lake house was built in 1953.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions
from 37 to 42.
Although speech is the most advanced form of communication, there are many ways of communicating without using
speech. Signals, signs, symbols, and gestures may be found in every known culture. The basic function of signal is to
impinge upon the environment in such a way that it attracts attention, for example, the dots and dashes of a telegraph circuit.
Coded to refer to speech, the potential for communication is really great. Less adaptable to the codification of words, signs
also contain meaning in and of themselves. A stop sign or barber pole conveys meaning quickly and conveniently. Symbols
are more difficult to describe than either signals or signs because of their intricate relationship with the receiver's cultural
perceptions. In some culture, applauding in a theater provides performers with an auditory' symbol of approval. Gestures such
as waving and handshaking also convey certain cultural messages.
Although signals, signs, symbols, and gestures are very useful, they do have a major disadvantage. They usually do not
allow ideas to be shared without the sender being directly adjacent to the receiver. As a result, means of communication
intended to be used for long distances and extended periods are based upon speech. Radio, television, and the telephone are
only a few'.


Question 36: Why were the telephone, radio, and the television invented?
A. Because people were unable to understand signs, signals, and symbols.
B. Because people wanted to communicate across long distances.
C. Because people believed that signs, signals, and symbols were obsolete.
D. Because people wanted new forms of communication.
Question 37: What does the author say about the speech?
A. It is necessary for communication to occur.
B. It is the most advanced form of communication.
C. It is the only true form of communication.
D. It is dependent upon the advances made by inventors.
Question 38: Which of the following would be the best title for the passage?
A. Speech
B. Communication
C. Gestures
D. Signs and signals
Question 39: All of the following are true EXCEPT.......
A. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures are very useful.
B. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures are found in every culture.
C. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures also have some disadvantage.
D. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures are only used for long distance contact.
Question 40: Applauding was cited as an example of........
A. a gesture
B. a symbol
C. a sign
D. a signal
Question 41: The phrase "impinge upon" in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to.......
A. vary
B. improve
C. affect
D. prohibit
Question 42: The word "it" in paragraph 1 refers to........
A. way
B. speech
C. signal
D. environment
Read the follow ing passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions
from 43 to 50.
It is commonly believed in the United States that school is where people go to get an education. Nevertheless, it has been
said that today children interrupt their education to go to school. The distinction between schooling and education implied by
this remark is important.
Education is much more open-ended and all-inclusive than schooling. Education knows no bounds. It can take place
anywhere, whether in the shower or on the job, whether in a kitchen or on a tractor. It includes both the formal learning that
takes place in schools and the whole universe of informal learning. The agents of education can range from a revered
grandparent to the people debating politics on the radio, from a child to a distinguished scientist. Whereas schooling has a
certain predictability, education quite often produces surprises. A chance conversation with a stranger may lead a person to
discover how little is known of other religions. People are engaged in education in infancy. Education, then, is a very broad,
inclusive term. It is a lifelong process, a process that starts long before the start of school, and one that should be an integral
part of one's entire life.
Schooling, on the other hand, is a specific, formalized process, whose general pattern varies little from one setting to the
next. Throughout a country, children arrive at school at approximately the same time, take assigned seats, are taught by an
adult, use similar textbooks, do homework, take exams, and so on. The slices of reality that are to be learned, whether they
are the alphabet or an understanding of the workings of government, have usually been limited by the boundaries of the
subjects being taught. For example, high school students know that they are not likely to find out in their classes the truth
about political problems in their communities or what the newest filmmakers are experimenting with. There are definite
conditions surrounding the formalized process of schooling.
Question 43: What is the main idea of the passage?
A. The best school teach a wide variety of subjects.
B. Students benefit from schools, which require long hours and homework.
C. Education and schooling are quite different experiences.
D. The more years students go to school, the better their education is.
Question 44: The phrase "For example" in paragraph 3, introduces a sentence that gives examples of.......
A. the results of schooling
B. the workings of a government
C. similar textbooks
D. the boundaries of the subjects
Question 45: The passage supports which of the following conclusions?
A. Education involves many years of professional training.
B. Without formal education, people would remain ignorant.
C. Going to school is only part of how people become educated.
D. Education systems need to be radically reformed.
Question 46: The passage is organized by........
A. narrating a story about excellent teacher
B. contrasting the meanings of two related words
C. giving examples of different kinds of schools
D. listing and discussing several educational problems
Question 47: The writer seems to agree that........
A. Schooling is unlimited and more informal
B. Schooling is more important than education


C. Education is more influential than schooling
D. Education is not as important as schooling
Question 48: The word "chance" in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to........
A. passive
B. lively
C. usual
D. unexpected
Question 49: What does the author probably mean by using the expression "children interrupt their education to go to
school" in paragraph 1?
A. School vacations interrupt the continuity of the school year.
B. All of people's life is an education.
C. Going to several different schools is educationally beneficial.
D. Summer school makes the school year too long.
Question 50: The word "they" in paragraph 3 refers to.......
A. slices of reality
B. similar textbooks
C. seats
D. boundaries
The End


SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO
ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC
(Đề gồm có 04 trang)

ĐỀ THI THỬ TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 865
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions
from 01 to 07.
Although speech is the most advanced form of communication, there are many ways of communicating without using
speech. Signals, signs, symbols, and gestures may be found in every known culture. The basic function of signal is to
impinge upon the environment in such a way that it attracts attention, for example, the dots and dashes of a telegraph circuit.
Coded to refer to speech, the potential for communication is really great. Less adaptable to the codification of words, signs
also contain meaning in and of themselves. A stop sign or barber pole conveys meaning quickly and conveniently. Symbols
are more difficult to describe than either signals or signs because of their intricate relationship with the receiver's cultural
perceptions. In some culture, applauding in a theater provides performers with an auditory' symbol of approval. Gestures such
as waving and handshaking also convey certain cultural messages.
Although signals, signs, symbols, and gestures are very useful, they do have a major disadvantage. They usually do not
allow ideas to be shared without the sender being directly adjacent to the receiver. As a result, means of communication
intended to be used for long distances and extended periods are based upon speech. Radio, television, and the telephone are
only a few'.
Question 1: Why were the telephone, radio, and the television invented?
A. Because people wanted new forms of communication.
B. Because people were unable to understand signs, signals, and symbols.
C. Because people believed that signs, signals, and symbols were obsolete.
D. Because people wanted to communicate across long distances.
Question 2: All of the following are true EXCEPT.......
A. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures also have some disadvantage.
B. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures are found in every culture.
C. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures are only used for long distance contact.
D. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures are very useful.
Question 3: The phrase "impinge upon" in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to.......
A. prohibit
B. affect
C. vary
D. improve
Question 4: Which of the following would be the best title for the passage?
A. Signs and signals
B. Gestures
C. Speech
D. Communication
Question 5: The word "it" in paragraph 1 refers to........
A. speech
B. environment
C. way
D. signal
Question 6: Applauding was cited as an example of........
A. a signal
B. a symbol
C. a gesture
D. a sign
Question 7: What does the author say about the speech?
A. It is the only true form of communication.
B. It is necessary for communication to occur.
C. It is the most advanced form of communication.
D. It is dependent upon the advances made by inventors.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each
of the numbered blanks from 08 to 12.
School exams are, generally speaking, the first kind of tests we take. They find out ...(8)... much knowledge we have
gained. But do they really show' how intelligent we are? After all, isn't it a fact that some people who are very successful
academically don't have any common sense?
Intelligence is the speed at which we can understand and react to new situations and it is usually tested by logic puzzles. ...
(9)... scientists are now preparing advanced computer technology that will be able to "‘read" our brains, for the present, tests
are still the most popular ways of measuring intelligence.
A person’s IQ is his intelligence ...(10)... it is measured by a special test. The most common IQ tests are run by Mensa, an
organization that was founded in England in 1946. By 1976 it had 1,300 members in Britain.
Today there are 44]000 in Britain and 100,000 worldwide, ...(11)... in the US. People taking the tests are judged in relation to
an average score of 100, and those ...(12)... score over 148 are entitled to join Mensa. This works out at 2% of the population.
Question 8:A. which
B. what
C. how
D. why
Question 9:A. Until
B. Although
C. Because
D. Despite
Question 10:A. that
B. as
C. so
D. how
Question 11:A. mainly
B. highly
C. enormously
D. considerably
Question 12:A. why
B. which
C. who
D. whom
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress
in each of the follow ing questions.
Question 13:A. instance
B. mistake
C. signal
D. airport
Question 14:A. decision
B. attention
C. chemistry
D. statistics


Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation
in each of the follow ing questions.
Question 15:A. finished
B. damaged
C. escaped
D. promised
Question 16:A. boxes
B. clothes
C. bosses
D. couches
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to show the underlined part that need correction in each of the following sentences.
Question 17: The novelist Shirley Hazzard is noted for the insight, poetic style, and sensitive she demonstrates in her
works.
A. demonstrates
B. sensitive
C. The
D. for
Question 18: There are probably around 3,000 languages speaking in the world.
A. are
B. around
C. the world
D. speaking
Question 19: Today the number of people whom enjoy winter sports is almost double that of twenty years ago.
A. number
B. is
C. whom
D. that
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.
Question 20: Two friends Diana and Anne are talking with each other about their shopping.
~ Diana: "Look at this catalog, Anne. I think I want to get this red blouse." ~ Anne: "............."
A. I'll go myself, then.
B. No, thank you.
C. That's a long way to go, dear.
D. Don't you have one like this in blue?
Question 21: Henry is talking to his mother.
~ Henry: "I’ve passed my driving test." ~ His mother: ".............."
A. That's too bad.
B. That’s a good idea.
C. All right.
D. Congratulations!
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the
follow ing questions.
Question 22: They believe that life will be far better than it is today, so they tend to look on the bright side in any
circumstance.
A. be pessimistic
B. be optimistic
C. be smart
D. be confident
Question 23: English is a compulsory subject in most of the schools in Vietnam.
A. dependent
B. optional
C. paid
D. required
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 24: People say that he won a lot of money on the Vietlott.
A. He is said to win a lot of money on the Vietlott.
B. He won a lot of money on the Vietlott as people said.
C. He was said that he won a lot of money on the Vietlott.
D. He is said to have won a lot of money on the Vietlott.
Question 25: "Sorry, we’re late. It took us ages to look for a parking place," said John.
A. John said sorry for being late because he had to try his best to look for a parking place.
B. John said that he was late because he had spent a lot of time finding a parking place.
C. John finally found a parking place after a long time searching even though they were late.
D. John apologized for being late because it took them much time tofind a parking place.
Question 26: I have never played golf before.
A. I used to play golf but I gave it up already.
B. It is the last time I played golf.
C. It is the first time I had played golf.
D. This is the first time I have ever played golf.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following
questions.
Question 27: Her living conditions were difficult. However, she studied very well.
A. Although she lived in difficult conditions, but she studied very well.
B. She studied very well in spite of her difficult living conditions.
C. She studied very well thanks to the fact that she lived in difficult conditions.
D. Difficult as her living conditions, she studied very well.
Question 28: My grandparents' lake house was built in 1953. It w as completely destroyed by the forest fire.
A. My grandparents’ lake house was built in 1953, so it was completely destroyed by the forest fire.
B. The forest fire destroyed my grandparents' lake house was built in 1953.
C. My grandparents’ lake house was built in 1953; however, completely destroying the forest fire.
D. My grandparents' lake house, which w as built in 1953, was completely destroyed by the forest fire.
Read the follow ing passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions
from 29 to 36.
It is commonly believed in the United States that school is where people go to get an education. Nevertheless, it has been
said that today children interrupt their education to go to school. The distinction between schooling and education implied by
this remark is important.
Education is much more open-ended and all-inclusive than schooling. Education knows no bounds. It can take place
anywhere, whether in the shower or on the job, whether in a kitchen or on a tractor. It includes both the formal learning that
takes place in schools and the whole universe of informal learning. The agents of education can range from a revered
grandparent to the people debating politics on the radio, from a child to a distinguished scientist. Whereas schooling has a
certain predictability, education quite often produces surprises. A chance conversation with a stranger may lead a person to


discover how little is known of other religions. People are engaged in education in infancy. Education, then, is a very broad,
inclusive term. It is a lifelong process, a process that starts long before the start of school, and one that should be an integral
part of one's entire life.
Schooling, on the other hand, is a specific, formalized process, whose general pattern varies little from one setting to the
next. Throughout a country, children arrive at school at approximately the same time, take assigned seats, are taught by an
adult, use similar textbooks, do homework, take exams, and so on. The slices of reality that are to be learned, whether they
are the alphabet or an understanding of the workings of government, have usually been limited by the boundaries of the
subjects being taught. For example, high school students know that they are not likely to find out in their classes the truth
about political problems in their communities or what the newest filmmakers are experimenting with. There are definite
conditions surrounding the formalized process of schooling.
Question 29: The word "chance" in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to........
A. lively
B. usual
C. passive
D. unexpected
Question 30: The passage supports which of the following conclusions?
A. Going to school is only part of how people become educated.
B. Without formal education, people would remain ignorant.
C. Education systems need to be radically reformed.
D. Education involves many years of professional training.
Question 31: The phrase "For example" in paragraph 3, introduces a sentence that gives examples of.......
A. the results of schooling
B. the boundaries of the subjects
C. similar textbooks
D. the workings of a government
Question 32: The word "they" in paragraph 3 refers to.......
A. similar textbooks
B. slices of reality
C. seats
D. boundaries
Question 33: What is the main idea of the passage?
A. The more years students go to school, the better their education is.
B. The best school teach a wide variety of subjects.
C. Education and schooling are quite different experiences.
D. Students benefit from schools, which require long hours and homework.
Question 34: The passage is organized by........
A. narrating a story about excellent teacher
B. contrasting the meanings of two related words
C. listing and discussing several educational problems
D. giving examples of different kinds of schools
Question 35: What does the author probably mean by using the expression "children interrupt their education to go to
school" in paragraph 1?
A. Going to several different schools is educationally beneficial.
B. Summer school makes the school year too long.
C. All of people's life is an education.
D. School vacations interrupt the continuity of the school year.
Question 36: The writer seems to agree that........
A. Education is not as important as schooling
B. Schooling is more important than education
C. Education is more influential than schooling
D. Schooling is unlimited and more informal
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the best answer to each of the following questions.
Question 37: In many families, the most important decisions are.......by many women.
A. made
B. done
C. arrived
D. given
Question 38: Each of us must take......for our ow n actions.
A. possibility
B. responsibility
C. probability
D. ability
Question 39: Whole villages were........by the floods last year.
A. come up
B. taken out
C. wiped out
D. looked after
Question 40: Kate asked Janet where......the previous Sunday.
A. she has been
B. she had been
C. has she been
D. had she been
Question 41: Thanks to the women's liberation, women can take part in......activities.
A. social
B. society
C. socially
D. socialize
Question 42: When my mother is busy preparing dinner, my father often gives her a hand......the housework.
A. about
B. for
C. with
D. on
Question 43: If Tom.......an alarm, the thieves wouldn’t have broken into his house.
A. installs
B. have installed
C. installed
D. had installed
Question 44: UNESCO was established to encourage collaboration......nations in the areas......education, science, culture,
and communication.
A. between - in
B. among - of
C. betw een - of
D. among - in
Question 45: I know you feel bad now, Tommy, but try to put it out of your mind. By the time you're an adult, you.......all
about it.
A. are forgetting
B. forget
C. will have forgotten
D. will be forgetting
Question 46: We live in a large house in......middle of the village.


A. the
B. Ø
C. a
D. an
Question 47: My English teacher, Mrs. Jane, was the person......I had great respect.
A. whom
B. for who
C. that
D. for whorn
Question 48: .......Nam Cao is a realistic writer, but he still used a lot of romance in his stories.
A. On my part
B. On the other hand
C. On the whole
D. On the contrary
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the
follow ing questions.
Question 49: We can use either verbal or nonverbal forms of communication.
A. using facial expressions B. using gesture
C. using speech
D. using verbs
Question 50: We are a very close-knit family.
A. are close to each other
B. are polite to each other
C. have very close relationship with each other
D. need each other
The End


SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO
ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC
(Đề gồm có 04 trang)

ĐỀ THI THỬ TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 666
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation
in each of the follow ing questions.
Question 1:A. promised B. damaged
C. escaped
D. finished
Question 2:A. clothes
B. bosses
C. boxes
D. couches
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the
follow ing questions.
Question 3: We can use either verbal or nonverbal forms of communication.
A. using speech
B. using gesture
C. using facial expressions
D. using verbs
Question 4: We are a very close-knit family.
A. are close to each other
B. are polite to each other
C. need each other
D. have very close relationship with each other
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to show the underlined part that need correction in each of the following sentences.
Question 5: Today the number of people whom enjoy winter sports is almost double that of twenty years ago.
A. whom
B. number
C. that
D. is
Question 6: The novelist Shirley Hazzard is noted for the insight, poetic style, and sensitive she demonstrates in her
works.
A. for
B. sensitive
C. The
D. demonstrates
Question 7: There are probably around 3,000 languages speaking in the world.
A. the world
B. speaking
C. are
D. around
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the
follow ing questions.
Question 8: English is a compulsory subject in most of the schools in Vietnam.
A. paid
B. optional
C. dependent
D. required
Question 9: They believe that life will be far better than it is today, so they tend to look on the bright side in any
circumstance.
A. be confident
B. be pessimistic
C. be smart
D. be optimistic
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.
Question 10: Henry is talking to his mother.
~ Henry: "I’ve passed my driving test." ~ His mother: ".............."
A. That’s a good idea.
B. That's too bad.
C. All right.
D. Congratulations!
Question 11: Two friends Diana and Anne are talking with each other about their shopping.
~ Diana: "Look at this catalog, Anne. I think I want to get this red blouse." ~ Anne: "............."
A. That's a long way to go, dear.
B. No, thank you.
C. I'll go myself, then.
D. Don't you have one like this in blue?
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the best answer to each of the following questions.
Question 12: We live in a large house in......middle of the village.
A. a
B. Ø
C. the
D. an
Question 13: If Tom.......an alarm, the thieves wouldn’t have broken into his house.
A. installed
B. have installed
C. had installed
D. installs
Question 14: In many families, the most important decisions are.......by many women.
A. done
B. given
C. made
D. arrived
Question 15: I know you feel bad now, Tommy, but try to put it out of your mind. By the time you're an adult, you.......all
about it.
A. forget
B. will be forgetting
C. will have forgotten
D. are forgetting
Question 16: UNESCO was established to encourage collaboration......nations in the areas......education, science, culture,
and communication.
A. among - of
B. betw een - of
C. between - in
D. among - in
Question 17: Each of us must take......for our ow n actions.
A. probability
B. ability
C. possibility
D. responsibility
Question 18: Thanks to the women's liberation, women can take part in......activities.
A. society
B. social
C. socialize
D. socially
Question 19: Kate asked Janet where......the previous Sunday.
A. has she been
B. she has been
C. had she been
D. she had been
Question 20: My English teacher, Mrs. Jane, was the person......I had great respect.
A. whom
B. for whorn
C. that
D. for who
Question 21: Whole villages were........by the floods last year.
A. taken out
B. looked after
C. come up
D. wiped out
Question 22: When my mother is busy preparing dinner, my father often gives her a hand......the housework.
A. for
B. with
C. about
D. on


Question 23: .......Nam Cao is a realistic writer, but he still used a lot of romance in his stories.
A. On the other hand
B. On the whole
C. On the contrary
D. On my part
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 24: "Sorry, we’re late. It took us ages to look for a parking place," said John.
A. John said that he was late because he had spent a lot of time finding a parking place.
B. John finally found a parking place after a long time searching even though they were late.
C. John apologized for being late because it took them much time tofind a parking place.
D. John said sorry for being late because he had to try his best to look for a parking place.
Question 25: I have never played golf before.
A. This is the first time I have ever played golf.
B. I used to play golf but I gave it up already.
C. It is the last time I played golf.
D. It is the first time I had played golf.
Question 26: People say that he won a lot of money on the Vietlott.
A. He is said to win a lot of money on the Vietlott.
B. He was said that he won a lot of money on the Vietlott.
C. He won a lot of money on the Vietlott as people said.
D. He is said to have won a lot of money on the Vietlott.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following
questions.
Question 27: Her living conditions were difficult. However, she studied very well.
A. She studied very well in spite of her difficult living conditions.
B. She studied very well thanks to the fact that she lived in difficult conditions.
C. Difficult as her living conditions, she studied very well.
D. Although she lived in difficult conditions, but she studied very well.
Question 28: My grandparents' lake house was built in 1953. It w as completely destroyed by the forest fire.
A. My grandparents’ lake house was built in 1953; however, completely destroying the forest fire.
B. My grandparents’ lake house was built in 1953, so it was completely destroyed by the forest fire.
C. The forest fire destroyed my grandparents' lake house was built in 1953.
D. My grandparents' lake house, which w as built in 1953, was completely destroyed by the forest fire.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress
in each of the follow ing questions.
Question 29:A. chemistry B. decision
C. attention
D. statistics
Question 30:A. airport
B. mistake
C. signal
D. instance
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each
of the numbered blanks from 31 to 35.
School exams are, generally speaking, the first kind of tests we take. They find out ...(31)... much knowledge we have
gained. But do they really show' how intelligent we are? After all, isn't it a fact that some people who are very successful
academically don't have any common sense?
Intelligence is the speed at which we can understand and react to new situations and it is usually tested by logic puzzles. ...
(32)... scientists are now preparing advanced computer technology that will be able to "‘read" our brains, for the present, tests
are still the most popular ways of measuring intelligence.
A person’s IQ is his intelligence ...(33)... it is measured by a special test. The most common IQ tests are run by Mensa, an
organization that was founded in England in 1946. By 1976 it had 1,300 members in Britain.
Today there are 44]000 in Britain and 100,000 worldwide, ...(34)... in the US. People taking the tests are judged in relation to
an average score of 100, and those ...(35)... score over 148 are entitled to join Mensa. This works out at 2% of the population.
Question 31:A. how
B. why
C. which
D. what
Question 32:A. Because
B. Until
C. Despite
D. Although
Question 33:A. how
B. that
C. as
D. so
Question 34:A. highly
B. considerably
C. enormously
D. mainly
Question 35:A. whom
B. why
C. which
D. who
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions
from 36 to 42.
Although speech is the most advanced form of communication, there are many ways of communicating without using
speech. Signals, signs, symbols, and gestures may be found in every known culture. The basic function of signal is to
impinge upon the environment in such a way that it attracts attention, for example, the dots and dashes of a telegraph circuit.
Coded to refer to speech, the potential for communication is really great. Less adaptable to the codification of words, signs
also contain meaning in and of themselves. A stop sign or barber pole conveys meaning quickly and conveniently. Symbols
are more difficult to describe than either signals or signs because of their intricate relationship with the receiver's cultural
perceptions. In some culture, applauding in a theater provides performers with an auditory' symbol of approval. Gestures such
as waving and handshaking also convey certain cultural messages.
Although signals, signs, symbols, and gestures are very useful, they do have a major disadvantage. They usually do not
allow ideas to be shared without the sender being directly adjacent to the receiver. As a result, means of communication
intended to be used for long distances and extended periods are based upon speech. Radio, television, and the telephone are
only a few'.


Question 36: Applauding was cited as an example of........
A. a signal
B. a symbol
C. a sign
D. a gesture
Question 37: Why were the telephone, radio, and the television invented?
A. Because people believed that signs, signals, and symbols were obsolete.
B. Because people were unable to understand signs, signals, and symbols.
C. Because people wanted new forms of communication.
D. Because people wanted to communicate across long distances.
Question 38: Which of the following would be the best title for the passage?
A. Speech
B. Gestures
C. Signs and signals
D. Communication
Question 39: All of the following are true EXCEPT.......
A. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures also have some disadvantage.
B. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures are found in every culture.
C. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures are only used for long distance contact.
D. Signal, symbols, signs and gestures are very useful.
Question 40: The word "it" in paragraph 1 refers to........
A. signal
B. speech
C. environment
D. way
Question 41: The phrase "impinge upon" in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to.......
A. vary
B. prohibit
C. affect
D. improve
Question 42: What does the author say about the speech?
A. It is the only true form of communication.
B. It is dependent upon the advances made by inventors.
C. It is necessary for communication to occur.
D. It is the most advanced form of communication.
Read the follow ing passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions
from 43 to 50.
It is commonly believed in the United States that school is where people go to get an education. Nevertheless, it has been
said that today children interrupt their education to go to school. The distinction between schooling and education implied by
this remark is important.
Education is much more open-ended and all-inclusive than schooling. Education knows no bounds. It can take place
anywhere, whether in the shower or on the job, whether in a kitchen or on a tractor. It includes both the formal learning that
takes place in schools and the whole universe of informal learning. The agents of education can range from a revered
grandparent to the people debating politics on the radio, from a child to a distinguished scientist. Whereas schooling has a
certain predictability, education quite often produces surprises. A chance conversation with a stranger may lead a person to
discover how little is known of other religions. People are engaged in education in infancy. Education, then, is a very broad,
inclusive term. It is a lifelong process, a process that starts long before the start of school, and one that should be an integral
part of one's entire life.
Schooling, on the other hand, is a specific, formalized process, whose general pattern varies little from one setting to the
next. Throughout a country, children arrive at school at approximately the same time, take assigned seats, are taught by an
adult, use similar textbooks, do homework, take exams, and so on. The slices of reality that are to be learned, whether they
are the alphabet or an understanding of the workings of government, have usually been limited by the boundaries of the
subjects being taught. For example, high school students know that they are not likely to find out in their classes the truth
about political problems in their communities or what the newest filmmakers are experimenting with. There are definite
conditions surrounding the formalized process of schooling.
Question 43: The phrase "For example" in paragraph 3, introduces a sentence that gives examples of.......
A. the boundaries of the subjects
B. similar textbooks
C. the workings of a government
D. the results of schooling
Question 44: The writer seems to agree that........
A. Schooling is more important than education
B. Schooling is unlimited and more informal
C. Education is not as important as schooling
D. Education is more influential than schooling
Question 45: The word "chance" in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to........
A. lively
B. usual
C. passive
D. unexpected
Question 46: The passage supports which of the following conclusions?
A. Going to school is only part of how people become educated.
B. Education systems need to be radically reformed.
C. Education involves many years of professional training.
D. Without formal education, people would remain ignorant.
Question 47: What does the author probably mean by using the expression "children interrupt their education to go to
school" in paragraph 1?
A. Going to several different schools is educationally beneficial.
B. Summer school makes the school year too long.
C. All of people's life is an education.
D. School vacations interrupt the continuity of the school year.
Question 48: The word "they" in paragraph 3 refers to.......


A. boundaries
B. similar textbooks
C. slices of reality
Question 49: The passage is organized by........
A. contrasting the meanings of two related words
B. giving examples of different kinds of schools
C. listing and discussing several educational problems
D. narrating a story about excellent teacher
Question 50: What is the main idea of the passage?
A. The best school teach a wide variety of subjects.
B. Students benefit from schools, which require long hours and homework.
C. Education and schooling are quite different experiences.
D. The more years students go to school, the better their education is.
The End

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