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ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 123
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề
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 1:A. inference
B. redundancy
C. reference
D. conference
Question 2:A. confident
B. precedent
C. dependent
D. accident
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 3: I'm sorry to rain on your parade but you're not allowed to have alcohol on the campus.

A. damage your work
B. encourage you
C. keep you sweet
D. feel sorry for you
Question 4: John tried to mollify her by giving her a big bunch of roses.
A. harden
B. allay
C. soften
D. exasperate
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 5: Worried about the future of the family business, he......for his sons to follow in his footsteps.
A. anticipated
B. yearned
C. considered
D. desired
Question 6: ........should a young child be allowed to play with fireworks without adult supervision.
A. No sooner than
B. Only when
C. Always
D. Under no circumstances
Question 7: Nowadays, violence seems to be a......occurrence.
A. every day
B. daily
C. up-to-date
D. everyday
Question 8: The Pyramids are perhaps the most famous of the seven......of the ancient world.
A. spectacles
B. structures
C. wonders
D. constructions
Question 9: The more you study during the semester, ......the week before exams.
A. the less have you to study
B. the less you have to study
C. the study less you have
D. you have to study the less
Question 10: In order to prove Smith is guilty, we must find some.......
A. evidence
B. information
C. knowledge
D. means


Question 11: He refused to give up work......he had won a million dollars.
A. as though
B. despite
C. however
D. even though
Question 12: Mary is completely .....with her wedding plans.
A. appeased
B. enjoined
C. obsessed
D. dispended
Question 13: ........on barren slopes can help prevent erosioh.
A. Planting trees
B. For trees to be planted
C. Trees are planted
D. In order to plant trees
Question 14: We rarely see......on most matters of business policy.
A. at loggerheads
B. on tenterhooks
C. eye to eye
D. face to face
Question 15: ......is a valid form of pest control has come under attack.
A. It is the hunting of foxes from horseback
B. The hunting of foxes from horseback
C. There is fox hunting from horseback
D. That the hunting of foxes from horseback
Question 16: To judge your friends, you should not listen.......but observe what they do.
A. to way they say
B. to what they say
C. to which they say
D. to what they are saying.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following
exchanges.
Question 17: ~ A: “Tom and I were interviewed on TV last Sunday.” ~ B: “......................”
A. Incredible! It was televised all over the world.
B. What on earth is it for?
C. It’s the second show I’ve seen this week.
D. You both look akin to brothers.
Question 18: ~ A: “.................” ~ B: “Yes, I agree, but being successful doesn't just mean making a lot of money.”
A. Am I able to become a billionaire some day?
B. Don’t you think you’ve been successful in your business?
C. I don’t think David has made a mint.
D. It's so important to recognize real achievement, don't you?
V. 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 19: She braved the wrath of her parents by refusing to marry the man they had chosen.
A. faced
B. affronted
C. sorted
D. ignited
Question 20: I have learned to temper my criticism with a smile.
A. reduce
B. lessen
C. moderate
D. eliminate
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 from 21 to 27.


With the advent of the computer age, it was rashly predicted by computer manufacturers that technology would help to save
trees and create a paperless office. Unfortunately, far from cutting down on the amount of paper used, we now use 10% more
paper than we did before, a lot of which is used for printing out web pages and e-mails.
Despite all this, computer companies are still insisting that conventional books will soon disappear, to be replaced by the
handheld e-book. For one particular version of the e-book available at the moment, you hold your laptop like a book and read
the book that you have bought and downloaded over the Internet. It is very doubtful, however, whether this means that the
ordinary reader is going to give up using books made of paper that easily. Trying to read an e-book in bright sunshine on a
beach, with the sun reflecting off the screen and when its batteries may be running down is hardly a recipe for a relaxed and
carefree vacation. Basically, there is nothing so easy to use as the common-or-garden paperback novel - and it will take a lot
to replace it!
There may still be something to be said for e-books when it comes to weighty academic volumes that students need to refer
to for their studies. Instead of having to carry them around or physically go to a library to read them, they would be able to
download the sections they needed and use them on-screen or print them out.
Changes will probably take place anyway in conventional publishing, with the incorporation of digital printing techniques.
It may soon be possible to have a particular book printed on demand over the Net, using digital copies of the work provided
by the publisher. Perhaps in this way we will eventually be able to reduce our consumption of paper.
Question 21: In what way does the author suggest that the amount of paper we use might be reduced?
A. by selling books over the Internet
B. by creating a paperless office
C. by involving publishers in the printing of books
D. by only having a book printed when someone requests it
Question 22: The word “rashly” is closest in meaning to.....
A. thoughtlessly
B. hastily
C. awkwardly
D. inconsiderately
Question 23: What argument did the computer makers use to support the widespread use of computers?
A. Offices would find their work cut by 10%.
B. Trees would no longer have to be cut down to make paper.
C. Their use would have significant ecological value.
D. Conventional books would gradually die out.
Question 24: What disadvantage of the e-book does the author point out?
A. It has to have a power supply.
B. It is not relaxed
C. It's rather heavy to hold.
D. It can't be taken onto the beach.
Question 25: According to the passage, e-books......
A. will be used more for leisure reading.
B. are unlikely to be used by anyone.
C. are not at all a good idea.
D. may be useful when reading for reference.
Question 26: In the passage, the author says that......
A. laptops are a convenient way to read a novel.
B. conventional books will soon become a thing of the past.
C. the general reader is reluctant to give up using conventional books.
D. readers will easily get used to e-books.
Question 27: The pronoun “it” refers to......
A. a laptop screen
B. a recipe for relaxation
C. a paper-back book
D. a carefree vacation
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 28:A. flow
B. shower
C. crow
D. brow
Question 29:A. stein
B. leitmotiv
C. seismograph
D. seizure
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 from 30 to 36.
LOSTAND FOUND
Saroo was a five-year-old boy from a town in central India. His family was poor so he didn't ·go to school as he had to work
instead, cleaning trains. One night in 1986, he was working on a train with his older brother when he felt very tired. So he got
off the train, sat down and fell asleep. When he woke up, he rushed back to the train and looked for his brother. Unfortunately,
he couldn't find him anywhere. He sat down on the train and fell asleep again. He woke up 14 hours later when the train
stopped. He heard the roar of traffic and people shouting. This was the sound of Calcutta, India's third largest city. Saroo was
in trouble. He couldn't read or write and he didn't know the name of his hometown. He just had a photo of himself. Luckily,
an orphanage took him in, and an Australian couple adopted him and took him to Tasmania, in Australia. He grew up, took a
business degree.
30-yearold Saroo was happy, but he often thought about his lost family in India. How could he find them again? He only
had his childhood memories. Suddenly he had an idea. He calculated that in 14 hours a train could travel about 1,200 km. So
he drew a circle on a map around Calcutta. And then he used Google Earth™ to search for train stations.
Incredibly, while he was looking at the photos on his screen, he saw a waterfall where he used to play as a child. He zoomed
into the town, which was called Khandwa, and he recognized his family home. He few to Khandwa. The sounds and the
smells were so familiar. Sadly, his old home was empty - but he showed his photo to people and told his story. Luckily, they
knew his mother. So amazingly, after 25 years, Saroo and his mother were reunited.


Question 30: When he wasn’t able to find his brother, he.....
A. rushed about to find him
B. went on to sleep aboard the train
C. he went to Calcutta
D. got on the train
Question 31: How could he find his home land?
A. surfing the Internet
B. using a map of Calcutta
C. using his own ideas
D. travelling 1,200 km
Question 32: This article is about.....
A. Saroo’s childhood
B. how Saroo found his way home
C. when Saroo lost his way home
D. how Saroo worked on a train
Question 33: Which helped him to recognize his home town from the photos?
A. the waterfall
B. the train stations
C. the native people from the photos
D. the sounds and smells of the photos
Question 34: He became an adopted child in....
A. an orphange
B. an Autralian family
C. in Tasmania
D. in a business company
Question 35: What does the writer imply when telling this story?
A. a childhood memory
B. just an anecdote
C. no place is sweeter than home
D. a child’s intelligence
Question 36: He didn't know the name of his hometown because....
A. he caught the wrong train B. he was too tired
C. he was illiterate
D. he was blind
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 from 37 to 42.
Hilton International, owner of many of the world's most luxurious hotels, has joined the race to build the first hold on the
moon, bringing a new meaning to the expression"five-star".
Called the Lunar Hilton, the huge place would have ...(37)... 5,000 rooms. It would be powered by two enormous solar
panels and would have its own beach and sea as well as a working farm. The company ...(38)... architects to design the
building following the discovery of water on the moon. It is working ...(39)... with experts at NASA on rhe project and hopes
to form a partnership which would be able to fly guests to the hotel.
Hilton has spent little more than £100.000 on the project so far, ...(40)... compared wilh the £25 million. Peter Inston, the
British architect ...(41)... has developed the Hilton’s plans, proposes a 325-metre-high complex with restaurants, a medical
centre, a church and even a primary school. All ...(42)... water would be pumped up from the ice reserves, which would also
be used to fill the sea.
[Adapted from KNOCK-OUT, Workbook, Oxford, 2009]

Question 37:A. beyond
B. over
C. above
D. past
Question 38:A. enquired B. asked
C. demanded
D. said
Question 39:A. nearly
B. closely
C. hardly
D. similarly
Question 40:A. although B. despite
C. while
D. however
Question 41:A. which
B. whom
C. what
D. who
Question 42:A. used
B. drinking
C. sweet
D. falling
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 43: The weather is usually very disagreeable from June in this part of the country.
A. from
B. disagreeable
C. the
D. in
Question 44: Can’t you think of anything more intelligent to tell?
A. more intelligent
B. of
C. Can’t
D. tell
Question 45: Neither my parents nor my eldest brother enjoy watching thrillers on TV.
A. nor
B. thrillers on
C. eldest
D. enjoy
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 46: Jake always beats me at tennis.
A. Jake keeps defeating me at tennis.
B. Playing tennis with Jakes is often exciting.
C. Jakes and I often fight over playing tennis.
D. I always admire Jake in playing tennis with him.
Question 47: You're not allowed to go on the court if you're not wearing the right shoes.
A. You mustn't go on the court on the court if you're not wearing the right shoes.
B. You do not permit to be at the court if you're wearing shoes the right way.
C. Wearing the right shoes will allow you to enter the court.
D. You are not permitted to play court to anybody wearing the right shoes.
Question 48: It's not necessary to watch the game tomorrow if you don't want to.
A. You don't need watching the game tomorrow if you don't want to.
B. You don't have to watch the game tomorrow if you don't want to.
C. The game tomorrow doesn't need you to watch if you don't want to.
D. Watching the game tomorrow doesn't need you whether you want to or not.


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: She was born in a poor family. She fought her way into showbiz.
A. Born in a poor family, she went through hardship to become a performer.
B. Not born with a silver spoon in her mouth, she tried her best to be among the celebrity.
C. Despite her poor background, she aspired for fame in entertainment business.
D. Although her family was poor, she struggled to became a famous buninesswoman.
Question 50: It’s useless to make calls now. There is a technical fault with our phone.
A. There is something wrong with the phone for calling us.
B. Due to a technical fault, we cannot use our telephone now.
C. We can’t use our telephone because a technician is finding fault with us.
D. Hang off the phone right away, because a technical fault has come up.
The End


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

ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 643
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề
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 1: John tried to mollify her by giving her a big bunch of roses.
A. harden
B. allay
C. soften
D. exasperate
Question 2: I'm sorry to rain on your parade but you're not allowed to have alcohol on the campus.
A. encourage you
B. feel sorry for you
C. damage your work
D. keep you sweet
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 3: She braved the wrath of her parents by refusing to marry the man they had chosen.
A. faced
B. sorted
C. ignited
D. affronted
Question 4: I have learned to temper my criticism with a smile.
A. eliminate
B. lessen
C. reduce
D. moderate
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 5: In order to prove Smith is guilty, we must find some.......
A. knowledge
B. information
C. evidence
D. means
Question 6: ........on barren slopes can help prevent erosioh.
A. Trees are planted
B. Planting trees
C. In order to plant trees
D. For trees to be planted
Question 7: Mary is completely .....with her wedding plans.
A. enjoined
B. appeased
C. dispended
D. obsessed
Question 8: We rarely see......on most matters of business policy.
A. face to face
B. on tenterhooks
C. at loggerheads
D. eye to eye
Question 9: The more you study during the semester, ......the week before exams.
A. the less you have to study
B. you have to study the less
C. the less have you to study
D. the study less you have
Question 10: To judge your friends, you should not listen.......but observe what they do.
A. to which they say
B. to way they say
C. to what they say
D. to what they are saying.
Question 11: Worried about the future of the family business, he......for his sons to follow in his footsteps.
A. yearned
B. anticipated
C. desired
D. considered
Question 12: Nowadays, violence seems to be a......occurrence.
A. daily
B. everyday
C. every day
D. up-to-date
Question 13: He refused to give up work......he had won a million dollars.
A. as though
B. however
C. despite
D. even though
Question 14: ........should a young child be allowed to play with fireworks without adult supervision.
A. Only when
B. Always
C. No sooner than
D. Under no circumstances
Question 15: The Pyramids are perhaps the most famous of the seven......of the ancient world.
A. wonders
B. constructions
C. spectacles
D. structures
Question 16: ......is a valid form of pest control has come under attack.
A. It is the hunting of foxes from horseback
B. There is fox hunting from horseback
C. That the hunting of foxes from horseback
D. The hunting of foxes from horseback
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 17: Neither my parents nor my eldest brother enjoy watching thrillers on TV.
A. thrillers on
B. eldest
C. enjoy
D. nor
Question 18: Can’t you think of anything more intelligent to tell?
A. of
B. Can’t
C. tell
D. more intelligent
Question 19: The weather is usually very disagreeable from June in this part of the country.
A. disagreeable
B. from
C. the
D. in
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 20:A. accident
B. confident
C. dependent
D. precedent
Question 21:A. reference B. conference
C. redundancy
D. inference
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following
exchanges.
Question 22: ~ A: “.................” ~ B: “Yes, I agree, but being successful doesn't just mean making a lot of money.”
A. It's so important to recognize real achievement, don't you?
B. I don’t think David has made a mint.
C. Don’t you think you’ve been successful in your business?


D. Am I able to become a billionaire some day?
Question 23: ~ A: “Tom and I were interviewed on TV last Sunday.” ~ B: “......................”
A. You both look akin to brothers.
B. Incredible! It was televised all over the world.
C. It’s the second show I’ve seen this week.
D. What on earth is it for?
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 from 24 to 29.
Hilton International, owner of many of the world's most luxurious hotels, has joined the race to build the first hold on the
moon, bringing a new meaning to the expression"five-star".
Called the Lunar Hilton, the huge place would have ...(24)... 5,000 rooms. It would be powered by two enormous solar
panels and would have its own beach and sea as well as a working farm. The company ...(25)... architects to design the
building following the discovery of water on the moon. It is working ...(26)... with experts at NASA on rhe project and hopes
to form a partnership which would be able to fly guests to the hotel.
Hilton has spent little more than £100.000 on the project so far, ...(27)... compared wilh the £25 million. Peter Inston, the
British architect ...(28)... has developed the Hilton’s plans, proposes a 325-metre-high complex with restaurants, a medical
centre, a church and even a primary school. All ...(29)... water would be pumped up from the ice reserves, which would also
be used to fill the sea.
[Adapted from KNOCK-OUT, Workbook, Oxford, 2009]

Question 24:A. over
B. past
C. above
D. beyond
Question 25:A. demanded B. enquired
C. said
D. asked
Question 26:A. nearly
B. similarly
C. closely
D. hardly
Question 27:A. although B. despite
C. while
D. however
Question 28:A. which
B. whom
C. who
D. what
Question 29:A. drinking B. used
C. sweet
D. falling
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 30:A. crow
B. flow
C. shower
D. brow
Question 31:A. seismograph B. seizure
C. leitmotiv
D. stein
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 from 32 to 38.
LOSTAND FOUND
Saroo was a five-year-old boy from a town in central India. His family was poor so he didn't ·go to school as he had to work
instead, cleaning trains. One night in 1986, he was working on a train with his older brother when he felt very tired. So he got
off the train, sat down and fell asleep. When he woke up, he rushed back to the train and looked for his brother. Unfortunately,
he couldn't find him anywhere. He sat down on the train and fell asleep again. He woke up 14 hours later when the train
stopped. He heard the roar of traffic and people shouting. This was the sound of Calcutta, India's third largest city. Saroo was
in trouble. He couldn't read or write and he didn't know the name of his hometown. He just had a photo of himself. Luckily,
an orphanage took him in, and an Australian couple adopted him and took him to Tasmania, in Australia. He grew up, took a
business degree.
30-yearold Saroo was happy, but he often thought about his lost family in India. How could he find them again? He only
had his childhood memories. Suddenly he had an idea. He calculated that in 14 hours a train could travel about 1,200 km. So
he drew a circle on a map around Calcutta. And then he used Google Earth™ to search for train stations.
Incredibly, while he was looking at the photos on his screen, he saw a waterfall where he used to play as a child. He zoomed
into the town, which was called Khandwa, and he recognized his family home. He few to Khandwa. The sounds and the
smells were so familiar. Sadly, his old home was empty - but he showed his photo to people and told his story. Luckily, they
knew his mother. So amazingly, after 25 years, Saroo and his mother were reunited.
Question 32: Which helped him to recognize his home town from the photos?
A. the native people from the photos
B. the waterfall
C. the train stations
D. the sounds and smells of the photos
Question 33: How could he find his home land?
A. travelling 1,200 km
B. using a map of Calcutta
C. surfing the Internet
D. using his own ideas
Question 34: What does the writer imply when telling this story?
A. a childhood memory
B. no place is sweeter than home
C. a child’s intelligence
D. just an anecdote
Question 35: He became an adopted child in....
A. an orphange
B. in Tasmania
C. in a business company
D. an Autralian family
Question 36: This article is about.....
A. when Saroo lost his way home
B. how Saroo found his way home
C. how Saroo worked on a train
D. Saroo’s childhood
Question 37: When he wasn’t able to find his brother, he.....
A. went on to sleep aboard the train
B. he went to Calcutta
C. rushed about to find him
D. got on the train


Question 38: He didn't know the name of his hometown because....
A. he was illiterate
B. he caught the wrong train
C. he was blind
D. he was too tired
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 from 39 to 45.
With the advent of the computer age, it was rashly predicted by computer manufacturers that technology would help to save
trees and create a paperless office. Unfortunately, far from cutting down on the amount of paper used, we now use 10% more
paper than we did before, a lot of which is used for printing out web pages and e-mails.
Despite all this, computer companies are still insisting that conventional books will soon disappear, to be replaced by the
handheld e-book. For one particular version of the e-book available at the moment, you hold your laptop like a book and read
the book that you have bought and downloaded over the Internet. It is very doubtful, however, whether this means that the
ordinary reader is going to give up using books made of paper that easily. Trying to read an e-book in bright sunshine on a
beach, with the sun reflecting off the screen and when its batteries may be running down is hardly a recipe for a relaxed and
carefree vacation. Basically, there is nothing so easy to use as the common-or-garden paperback novel - and it will take a lot
to replace it!
There may still be something to be said for e-books when it comes to weighty academic volumes that students need to refer
to for their studies. Instead of having to carry them around or physically go to a library to read them, they would be able to
download the sections they needed and use them on-screen or print them out.
Changes will probably take place anyway in conventional publishing, with the incorporation of digital printing techniques.
It may soon be possible to have a particular book printed on demand over the Net, using digital copies of the work provided
by the publisher. Perhaps in this way we will eventually be able to reduce our consumption of paper.
Question 39: In the passage, the author says that......
A. laptops are a convenient way to read a novel.
B. the general reader is reluctant to give up using conventional books.
C. readers will easily get used to e-books.
D. conventional books will soon become a thing of the past.
Question 40: The word “rashly” is closest in meaning to.....
A. awkwardly
B. inconsiderately
C. hastily
D. thoughtlessly
Question 41: In what way does the author suggest that the amount of paper we use might be reduced?
A. by selling books over the Internet
B. by only having a book printed when someone requests it
C. by involving publishers in the printing of books
D. by creating a paperless office
Question 42: What argument did the computer makers use to support the widespread use of computers?
A. Trees would no longer have to be cut down to make paper.
B. Offices would find their work cut by 10%.
C. Their use would have significant ecological value.
D. Conventional books would gradually die out.
Question 43: According to the passage, e-books......
A. are unlikely to be used by anyone.
B. are not at all a good idea.
C. will be used more for leisure reading.
D. may be useful when reading for reference.
Question 44: What disadvantage of the e-book does the author point out?
A. It's rather heavy to hold.
B. It is not relaxed
C. It can't be taken onto the beach.
D. It has to have a power supply.
Question 45: The pronoun “it” refers to......
A. a carefree vacation
B. a recipe for relaxation
C. a laptop screen
D. a paper-back book
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 46: Jake always beats me at tennis.
A. Playing tennis with Jakes is often exciting.
B. Jakes and I often fight over playing tennis.
C. Jake keeps defeating me at tennis.
D. I always admire Jake in playing tennis with him.
Question 47: You're not allowed to go on the court if you're not wearing the right shoes.
A. You mustn't go on the court on the court if you're not wearing the right shoes.
B. You are not permitted to play court to anybody wearing the right shoes.
C. Wearing the right shoes will allow you to enter the court.
D. You do not permit to be at the court if you're wearing shoes the right way.
Question 48: It's not necessary to watch the game tomorrow if you don't want to.
A. You don't need watching the game tomorrow if you don't want to.
B. Watching the game tomorrow doesn't need you whether you want to or not.
C. You don't have to watch the game tomorrow if you don't want to.
D. The game tomorrow doesn't need you to watch if you don't want to.
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: She was born in a poor family. She fought her way into showbiz.
A. Not born with a silver spoon in her mouth, she tried her best to be among the celebrity.
B. Although her family was poor, she struggled to became a famous buninesswoman.
C. Born in a poor family, she went through hardship to become a performer.
D. Despite her poor background, she aspired for fame in entertainment business.
Question 50: It’s useless to make calls now. There is a technical fault with our phone.
A. Hang off the phone right away, because a technical fault has come up.
B. We can’t use our telephone because a technician is finding fault with us.
C. There is something wrong with the phone for calling us.
D. Due to a technical fault, we cannot use our telephone now.
The End


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

ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 599
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề
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 from 01 to 07.
LOSTAND FOUND
Saroo was a five-year-old boy from a town in central India. His family was poor so he didn't ·go to school as he had to work
instead, cleaning trains. One night in 1986, he was working on a train with his older brother when he felt very tired. So he got
off the train, sat down and fell asleep. When he woke up, he rushed back to the train and looked for his brother. Unfortunately,
he couldn't find him anywhere. He sat down on the train and fell asleep again. He woke up 14 hours later when the train
stopped. He heard the roar of traffic and people shouting. This was the sound of Calcutta, India's third largest city. Saroo was
in trouble. He couldn't read or write and he didn't know the name of his hometown. He just had a photo of himself. Luckily,
an orphanage took him in, and an Australian couple adopted him and took him to Tasmania, in Australia. He grew up, took a
business degree.
30-yearold Saroo was happy, but he often thought about his lost family in India. How could he find them again? He only
had his childhood memories. Suddenly he had an idea. He calculated that in 14 hours a train could travel about 1,200 km. So
he drew a circle on a map around Calcutta. And then he used Google Earth™ to search for train stations.
Incredibly, while he was looking at the photos on his screen, he saw a waterfall where he used to play as a child. He zoomed
into the town, which was called Khandwa, and he recognized his family home. He few to Khandwa. The sounds and the
smells were so familiar. Sadly, his old home was empty - but he showed his photo to people and told his story. Luckily, they
knew his mother. So amazingly, after 25 years, Saroo and his mother were reunited.
Question 1: This article is about.....
A. how Saroo found his way home
B. Saroo’s childhood
C. how Saroo worked on a train
D. when Saroo lost his way home
Question 2: How could he find his home land?
A. travelling 1,200 km
B. using a map of Calcutta
C. surfing the Internet
D. using his own ideas
Question 3: What does the writer imply when telling this story?
A. just an anecdote
B. a childhood memory
C. no place is sweeter than home
D. a child’s intelligence
Question 4: Which helped him to recognize his home town from the photos?
A. the waterfall
B. the train stations
C. the native people from the photos
D. the sounds and smells of the photos
Question 5: He didn't know the name of his hometown because....
A. he was illiterate
B. he was blind
C. he caught the wrong train D. he was too tired
Question 6: When he wasn’t able to find his brother, he.....
A. got on the train
B. went on to sleep aboard the train
C. he went to Calcutta
D. rushed about to find him
Question 7: He became an adopted child in....
A. an orphange
B. an Autralian family
C. in a business company
D. in Tasmania
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 8: I'm sorry to rain on your parade but you're not allowed to have alcohol on the campus.
A. keep you sweet
B. feel sorry for you
C. encourage you
D. damage your work
Question 9: John tried to mollify her by giving her a big bunch of roses.
A. exasperate
B. allay
C. soften
D. harden
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 10: Worried about the future of the family business, he......for his sons to follow in his footsteps.
A. considered
B. yearned
C. anticipated
D. desired
Question 11: In order to prove Smith is guilty, we must find some.......
A. evidence
B. means
C. information
D. knowledge
Question 12: He refused to give up work......he had won a million dollars.
A. however
B. as though
C. despite
D. even though
Question 13: Mary is completely .....with her wedding plans.
A. appeased
B. obsessed
C. dispended
D. enjoined
Question 14: ........on barren slopes can help prevent erosioh.
A. Planting trees
B. For trees to be planted
C. Trees are planted
D. In order to plant trees
Question 15: The Pyramids are perhaps the most famous of the seven......of the ancient world.
A. structures
B. spectacles
C. constructions
D. wonders
Question 16: To judge your friends, you should not listen.......but observe what they do.


A. to what they say
B. to which they say
C. to what they are saying.
D. to way they say
Question 17: The more you study during the semester, ......the week before exams.
A. the study less you have
B. the less have you to study
C. the less you have to study
D. you have to study the less
Question 18: We rarely see......on most matters of business policy.
A. on tenterhooks
B. eye to eye
C. face to face
D. at loggerheads
Question 19: ......is a valid form of pest control has come under attack.
A. There is fox hunting from horseback
B. That the hunting of foxes from horseback
C. It is the hunting of foxes from horseback
D. The hunting of foxes from horseback
Question 20: Nowadays, violence seems to be a......occurrence.
A. daily
B. every day
C. up-to-date
D. everyday
Question 21: ........should a young child be allowed to play with fireworks without adult supervision.
A. No sooner than
B. Only when
C. Under no circumstances
D. Always
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 22: Jake always beats me at tennis.
A. Jake keeps defeating me at tennis.
B. Jakes and I often fight over playing tennis.
C. Playing tennis with Jakes is often exciting.
D. I always admire Jake in playing tennis with him.
Question 23: It's not necessary to watch the game tomorrow if you don't want to.
A. The game tomorrow doesn't need you to watch if you don't want to.
B. You don't need watching the game tomorrow if you don't want to.
C. You don't have to watch the game tomorrow if you don't want to.
D. Watching the game tomorrow doesn't need you whether you want to or not.
Question 24: You're not allowed to go on the court if you're not wearing the right shoes.
A. You do not permit to be at the court if you're wearing shoes the right way.
B. Wearing the right shoes will allow you to enter the court.
C. You mustn't go on the court on the court if you're not wearing the right shoes.
D. You are not permitted to play court to anybody wearing the right shoes.
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 25:A. crow
B. shower
C. brow
D. flow
Question 26:A. stein
B. leitmotiv
C. seizure
D. seismograph
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 27: She braved the wrath of her parents by refusing to marry the man they had chosen.
A. sorted
B. ignited
C. affronted
D. faced
Question 28: I have learned to temper my criticism with a smile.
A. eliminate
B. moderate
C. lessen
D. reduce
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 29:A. conference B. redundancy
C. inference
D. reference
Question 30:A. confident B. dependent
C. accident
D. precedent
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 from 31 to 37.
With the advent of the computer age, it was rashly predicted by computer manufacturers that technology would help to save
trees and create a paperless office. Unfortunately, far from cutting down on the amount of paper used, we now use 10% more
paper than we did before, a lot of which is used for printing out web pages and e-mails.
Despite all this, computer companies are still insisting that conventional books will soon disappear, to be replaced by the
handheld e-book. For one particular version of the e-book available at the moment, you hold your laptop like a book and read
the book that you have bought and downloaded over the Internet. It is very doubtful, however, whether this means that the
ordinary reader is going to give up using books made of paper that easily. Trying to read an e-book in bright sunshine on a
beach, with the sun reflecting off the screen and when its batteries may be running down is hardly a recipe for a relaxed and
carefree vacation. Basically, there is nothing so easy to use as the common-or-garden paperback novel - and it will take a lot
to replace it!
There may still be something to be said for e-books when it comes to weighty academic volumes that students need to refer
to for their studies. Instead of having to carry them around or physically go to a library to read them, they would be able to
download the sections they needed and use them on-screen or print them out.
Changes will probably take place anyway in conventional publishing, with the incorporation of digital printing techniques.
It may soon be possible to have a particular book printed on demand over the Net, using digital copies of the work provided
by the publisher. Perhaps in this way we will eventually be able to reduce our consumption of paper.
Question 31: What argument did the computer makers use to support the widespread use of computers?


A. Trees would no longer have to be cut down to make paper.
B. Offices would find their work cut by 10%.
C. Their use would have significant ecological value.
D. Conventional books would gradually die out.
Question 32: What disadvantage of the e-book does the author point out?
A. It is not relaxed
B. It's rather heavy to hold.
C. It can't be taken onto the beach.
D. It has to have a power supply.
Question 33: In what way does the author suggest that the amount of paper we use might be reduced?
A. by selling books over the Internet
B. by creating a paperless office
C. by only having a book printed when someone requests it D. by involving publishers in the printing of books
Question 34: In the passage, the author says that......
A. readers will easily get used to e-books.
B. the general reader is reluctant to give up using conventional books.
C. laptops are a convenient way to read a novel.
D. conventional books will soon become a thing of the past.
Question 35: The pronoun “it” refers to......
A. a recipe for relaxation
B. a paper-back book
C. a laptop screen
D. a carefree vacation
Question 36: According to the passage, e-books......
A. are not at all a good idea.
B. will be used more for leisure reading.
C. are unlikely to be used by anyone.
D. may be useful when reading for reference.
Question 37: The word “rashly” is closest in meaning to.....
A. inconsiderately
B. awkwardly
C. thoughtlessly
D. hastily
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 38: The weather is usually very disagreeable from June in this part of the country.
A. in
B. disagreeable
C. the
D. from
Question 39: Can’t you think of anything more intelligent to tell?
A. more intelligent
B. of
C. tell
D. Can’t
Question 40: Neither my parents nor my eldest brother enjoy watching thrillers on TV.
A. thrillers on
B. nor
C. eldest
D. enjoy
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 from 41 to 46.
Hilton International, owner of many of the world's most luxurious hotels, has joined the race to build the first hold on the
moon, bringing a new meaning to the expression"five-star".
Called the Lunar Hilton, the huge place would have ...(41)... 5,000 rooms. It would be powered by two enormous solar
panels and would have its own beach and sea as well as a working farm. The company ...(42)... architects to design the
building following the discovery of water on the moon. It is working ...(43)... with experts at NASA on rhe project and hopes
to form a partnership which would be able to fly guests to the hotel.
Hilton has spent little more than £100.000 on the project so far, ...(44)... compared wilh the £25 million. Peter Inston, the
British architect ...(45)... has developed the Hilton’s plans, proposes a 325-metre-high complex with restaurants, a medical
centre, a church and even a primary school. All ...(46)... water would be pumped up from the ice reserves, which would also
be used to fill the sea.
[Adapted from KNOCK-OUT, Workbook, Oxford, 2009]

Question 41:A. above
B. past
C. beyond
D. over
Question 42:A. enquired B. asked
C. demanded
D. said
Question 43:A. nearly
B. similarly
C. hardly
D. closely
Question 44:A. despite
B. although
C. however
D. while
Question 45:A. who
B. which
C. whom
D. what
Question 46:A. drinking B. sweet
C. used
D. falling
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following
exchanges.
Question 47: ~ A: “Tom and I were interviewed on TV last Sunday.” ~ B: “......................”
A. You both look akin to brothers.
B. It’s the second show I’ve seen this week.
C. Incredible! It was televised all over the world.
D. What on earth is it for?
Question 48: ~ A: “.................” ~ B: “Yes, I agree, but being successful doesn't just mean making a lot of money.”
A. It's so important to recognize real achievement, don't you?
B. Don’t you think you’ve been successful in your business?
C. Am I able to become a billionaire some day?
D. I don’t think David has made a mint.
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’s useless to make calls now. There is a technical fault with our phone.
A. There is something wrong with the phone for calling us.
B. Hang off the phone right away, because a technical fault has come up.
C. Due to a technical fault, we cannot use our telephone now.
D. We can’t use our telephone because a technician is finding fault with us.
Question 50: She was born in a poor family. She fought her way into showbiz.
A. Despite her poor background, she aspired for fame in entertainment business.
B. Not born with a silver spoon in her mouth, she tried her best to be among the celebrity.
C. Although her family was poor, she struggled to became a famous buninesswoman.
D. Born in a poor family, she went through hardship to become a performer.
The End


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

ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 727
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề
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 1:A. reference
B. inference
C. redundancy
D. conference
Question 2:A. confident
B. accident
C. dependent
D. precedent
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 3:A. seizure
B. stein
C. leitmotiv
D. seismograph
Question 4:A. shower
B. flow
C. brow
D. crow
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 5: ........should a young child be allowed to play with fireworks without adult supervision.
A. Always
B. No sooner than
C. Only when
D. Under no circumstances
Question 6: The more you study during the semester, ......the week before exams.
A. the study less you have
B. you have to study the less
C. the less have you to study
D. the less you have to study
Question 7: Nowadays, violence seems to be a......occurrence.
A. daily
B. every day
C. everyday
D. up-to-date
Question 8: ........on barren slopes can help prevent erosioh.
A. Planting trees
B. In order to plant trees
C. Trees are planted
D. For trees to be planted
Question 9: Worried about the future of the family business, he......for his sons to follow in his footsteps.
A. considered
B. anticipated
C. desired
D. yearned
Question 10: He refused to give up work......he had won a million dollars.
A. despite
B. however
C. even though
D. as though
Question 11: In order to prove Smith is guilty, we must find some.......
A. knowledge
B. evidence
C. information
D. means
Question 12: Mary is completely .....with her wedding plans.
A. dispended
B. appeased
C. obsessed
D. enjoined
Question 13: The Pyramids are perhaps the most famous of the seven......of the ancient world.
A. constructions
B. structures
C. spectacles
D. wonders
Question 14: We rarely see......on most matters of business policy.
A. at loggerheads
B. on tenterhooks
C. eye to eye
D. face to face
Question 15: To judge your friends, you should not listen.......but observe what they do.
A. to which they say
B. to what they say
C. to way they say
D. to what they are saying.
Question 16: ......is a valid form of pest control has come under attack.
A. There is fox hunting from horseback
B. It is the hunting of foxes from horseback
C. The hunting of foxes from horseback
D. That the hunting of foxes from horseback
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 17: I have learned to temper my criticism with a smile.
A. eliminate
B. lessen
C. reduce
D. moderate
Question 18: She braved the wrath of her parents by refusing to marry the man they had chosen.
A. faced
B. sorted
C. ignited
D. affronted
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 from 19 to 25.
LOSTAND FOUND
Saroo was a five-year-old boy from a town in central India. His family was poor so he didn't ·go to school as he had to work
instead, cleaning trains. One night in 1986, he was working on a train with his older brother when he felt very tired. So he got
off the train, sat down and fell asleep. When he woke up, he rushed back to the train and looked for his brother. Unfortunately,
he couldn't find him anywhere. He sat down on the train and fell asleep again. He woke up 14 hours later when the train
stopped. He heard the roar of traffic and people shouting. This was the sound of Calcutta, India's third largest city. Saroo was
in trouble. He couldn't read or write and he didn't know the name of his hometown. He just had a photo of himself. Luckily,
an orphanage took him in, and an Australian couple adopted him and took him to Tasmania, in Australia. He grew up, took a
business degree.
30-yearold Saroo was happy, but he often thought about his lost family in India. How could he find them again? He only
had his childhood memories. Suddenly he had an idea. He calculated that in 14 hours a train could travel about 1,200 km. So
he drew a circle on a map around Calcutta. And then he used Google Earth™ to search for train stations.


Incredibly, while he was looking at the photos on his screen, he saw a waterfall where he used to play as a child. He zoomed
into the town, which was called Khandwa, and he recognized his family home. He few to Khandwa. The sounds and the
smells were so familiar. Sadly, his old home was empty - but he showed his photo to people and told his story. Luckily, they
knew his mother. So amazingly, after 25 years, Saroo and his mother were reunited.
Question 19: This article is about.....
A. Saroo’s childhood
B. when Saroo lost his way home
C. how Saroo worked on a train
D. how Saroo found his way home
Question 20: When he wasn’t able to find his brother, he.....
A. rushed about to find him
B. went on to sleep aboard the train
C. got on the train
D. he went to Calcutta
Question 21: He became an adopted child in....
A. an Autralian family
B. in Tasmania
C. in a business company
D. an orphange
Question 22: What does the writer imply when telling this story?
A. a child’s intelligence
B. just an anecdote
C. a childhood memory
D. no place is sweeter than home
Question 23: How could he find his home land?
A. surfing the Internet
B. using a map of Calcutta
C. using his own ideas
D. travelling 1,200 km
Question 24: He didn't know the name of his hometown because....
A. he was too tired
B. he caught the wrong train
C. he was illiterate
D. he was blind
Question 25: Which helped him to recognize his home town from the photos?
A. the train stations
B. the waterfall
C. the sounds and smells of the photos
D. the native people from the photos
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 26: Neither my parents nor my eldest brother enjoy watching thrillers on TV.
A. enjoy
B. thrillers on
C. nor
D. eldest
Question 27: Can’t you think of anything more intelligent to tell?
A. more intelligent
B. tell
C. Can’t
D. of
Question 28: The weather is usually very disagreeable from June in this part of the country.
A. the
B. in
C. from
D. disagreeable
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 from 29 to 34.
Hilton International, owner of many of the world's most luxurious hotels, has joined the race to build the first hold on the
moon, bringing a new meaning to the expression"five-star".
Called the Lunar Hilton, the huge place would have ...(29)... 5,000 rooms. It would be powered by two enormous solar
panels and would have its own beach and sea as well as a working farm. The company ...(30)... architects to design the
building following the discovery of water on the moon. It is working ...(31)... with experts at NASA on rhe project and hopes
to form a partnership which would be able to fly guests to the hotel.
Hilton has spent little more than £100.000 on the project so far, ...(32)... compared wilh the £25 million. Peter Inston, the
British architect ...(33)... has developed the Hilton’s plans, proposes a 325-metre-high complex with restaurants, a medical
centre, a church and even a primary school. All ...(34)... water would be pumped up from the ice reserves, which would also
be used to fill the sea.
[Adapted from KNOCK-OUT, Workbook, Oxford, 2009]

Question 29:A. above
B. past
C. beyond
D. over
Question 30:A. enquired B. said
C. demanded
D. asked
Question 31:A. nearly
B. similarly
C. closely
D. hardly
Question 32:A. although B. despite
C. however
D. while
Question 33:A. what
B. who
C. whom
D. which
Question 34:A. falling
B. sweet
C. used
D. drinking
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 from 35 to 41.
With the advent of the computer age, it was rashly predicted by computer manufacturers that technology would help to save
trees and create a paperless office. Unfortunately, far from cutting down on the amount of paper used, we now use 10% more
paper than we did before, a lot of which is used for printing out web pages and e-mails.
Despite all this, computer companies are still insisting that conventional books will soon disappear, to be replaced by the
handheld e-book. For one particular version of the e-book available at the moment, you hold your laptop like a book and read
the book that you have bought and downloaded over the Internet. It is very doubtful, however, whether this means that the
ordinary reader is going to give up using books made of paper that easily. Trying to read an e-book in bright sunshine on a
beach, with the sun reflecting off the screen and when its batteries may be running down is hardly a recipe for a relaxed and
carefree vacation. Basically, there is nothing so easy to use as the common-or-garden paperback novel - and it will take a lot
to replace it!


There may still be something to be said for e-books when it comes to weighty academic volumes that students need to refer
to for their studies. Instead of having to carry them around or physically go to a library to read them, they would be able to
download the sections they needed and use them on-screen or print them out.
Changes will probably take place anyway in conventional publishing, with the incorporation of digital printing techniques.
It may soon be possible to have a particular book printed on demand over the Net, using digital copies of the work provided
by the publisher. Perhaps in this way we will eventually be able to reduce our consumption of paper.
Question 35: What argument did the computer makers use to support the widespread use of computers?
A. Trees would no longer have to be cut down to make paper.
B. Conventional books would gradually die out.
C. Offices would find their work cut by 10%.
D. Their use would have significant ecological value.
Question 36: The word “rashly” is closest in meaning to.....
A. awkwardly
B. inconsiderately
C. thoughtlessly
D. hastily
Question 37: What disadvantage of the e-book does the author point out?
A. It has to have a power supply.
B. It can't be taken onto the beach.
C. It is not relaxed
D. It's rather heavy to hold.
Question 38: In the passage, the author says that......
A. the general reader is reluctant to give up using conventional books.
B. conventional books will soon become a thing of the past.
C. readers will easily get used to e-books.
D. laptops are a convenient way to read a novel.
Question 39: The pronoun “it” refers to......
A. a recipe for relaxation
B. a paper-back book
C. a laptop screen
D. a carefree vacation
Question 40: According to the passage, e-books......
A. will be used more for leisure reading.
B. may be useful when reading for reference.
C. are not at all a good idea.
D. are unlikely to be used by anyone.
Question 41: In what way does the author suggest that the amount of paper we use might be reduced?
A. by involving publishers in the printing of books
B. by only having a book printed when someone requests it
C. by selling books over the Internet
D. by creating a paperless office
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following
exchanges.
Question 42: ~ A: “.................” ~ B: “Yes, I agree, but being successful doesn't just mean making a lot of money.”
A. It's so important to recognize real achievement, don't you?
B. Am I able to become a billionaire some day?
C. I don’t think David has made a mint.
D. Don’t you think you’ve been successful in your business?
Question 43: ~ A: “Tom and I were interviewed on TV last Sunday.” ~ B: “......................”
A. You both look akin to brothers.
B. Incredible! It was televised all over the world.
C. It’s the second show I’ve seen this week.
D. What on earth is it for?
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 44: It's not necessary to watch the game tomorrow if you don't want to.
A. You don't have to watch the game tomorrow if you don't want to.
B. Watching the game tomorrow doesn't need you whether you want to or not.
C. The game tomorrow doesn't need you to watch if you don't want to.
D. You don't need watching the game tomorrow if you don't want to.
Question 45: You're not allowed to go on the court if you're not wearing the right shoes.
A. You do not permit to be at the court if you're wearing shoes the right way.
B. You mustn't go on the court on the court if you're not wearing the right shoes.
C. You are not permitted to play court to anybody wearing the right shoes.
D. Wearing the right shoes will allow you to enter the court.
Question 46: Jake always beats me at tennis.
A. I always admire Jake in playing tennis with him.
B. Playing tennis with Jakes is often exciting.
C. Jakes and I often fight over playing tennis.
D. Jake keeps defeating me at tennis.
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 47: It’s useless to make calls now. There is a technical fault with our phone.
A. We can’t use our telephone because a technician is finding fault with us.
B. There is something wrong with the phone for calling us.
C. Due to a technical fault, we cannot use our telephone now.
D. Hang off the phone right away, because a technical fault has come up.


Question 48: She was born in a poor family. She fought her way into showbiz.
A. Although her family was poor, she struggled to became a famous buninesswoman.
B. Not born with a silver spoon in her mouth, she tried her best to be among the celebrity.
C. Despite her poor background, she aspired for fame in entertainment business.
D. Born in a poor family, she went through hardship to become a performer.
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 49: John tried to mollify her by giving her a big bunch of roses.
A. harden
B. allay
C. soften
D. exasperate
Question 50: I'm sorry to rain on your parade but you're not allowed to have alcohol on the campus.
A. keep you sweet
B. feel sorry for you
C. encourage you
D. damage your work
The End


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

ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 743
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề
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 from 01 to 07.
With the advent of the computer age, it was rashly predicted by computer manufacturers that technology would help to save
trees and create a paperless office. Unfortunately, far from cutting down on the amount of paper used, we now use 10% more
paper than we did before, a lot of which is used for printing out web pages and e-mails.
Despite all this, computer companies are still insisting that conventional books will soon disappear, to be replaced by the
handheld e-book. For one particular version of the e-book available at the moment, you hold your laptop like a book and read
the book that you have bought and downloaded over the Internet. It is very doubtful, however, whether this means that the
ordinary reader is going to give up using books made of paper that easily. Trying to read an e-book in bright sunshine on a
beach, with the sun reflecting off the screen and when its batteries may be running down is hardly a recipe for a relaxed and
carefree vacation. Basically, there is nothing so easy to use as the common-or-garden paperback novel - and it will take a lot
to replace it!
There may still be something to be said for e-books when it comes to weighty academic volumes that students need to refer
to for their studies. Instead of having to carry them around or physically go to a library to read them, they would be able to
download the sections they needed and use them on-screen or print them out.
Changes will probably take place anyway in conventional publishing, with the incorporation of digital printing techniques.
It may soon be possible to have a particular book printed on demand over the Net, using digital copies of the work provided
by the publisher. Perhaps in this way we will eventually be able to reduce our consumption of paper.
Question 1: The pronoun “it” refers to......
A. a laptop screen
B. a paper-back book
C. a recipe for relaxation
D. a carefree vacation
Question 2: What disadvantage of the e-book does the author point out?
A. It is not relaxed
B. It's rather heavy to hold.
C. It has to have a power supply.
D. It can't be taken onto the beach.
Question 3: According to the passage, e-books......
A. are unlikely to be used by anyone.
B. may be useful when reading for reference.
C. will be used more for leisure reading.
D. are not at all a good idea.
Question 4: In the passage, the author says that......
A. the general reader is reluctant to give up using conventional books.
B. conventional books will soon become a thing of the past.
C. readers will easily get used to e-books.
D. laptops are a convenient way to read a novel.
Question 5: The word “rashly” is closest in meaning to.....
A. hastily
B. inconsiderately
C. awkwardly
D. thoughtlessly
Question 6: What argument did the computer makers use to support the widespread use of computers?
A. Trees would no longer have to be cut down to make paper.
B. Conventional books would gradually die out.
C. Offices would find their work cut by 10%.
D. Their use would have significant ecological value.
Question 7: In what way does the author suggest that the amount of paper we use might be reduced?
A. by selling books over the Internet
B. by only having a book printed when someone requests it
C. by creating a paperless office
D. by involving publishers in the printing of books
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 from 08 to 13.
Hilton International, owner of many of the world's most luxurious hotels, has joined the race to build the first hold on the
moon, bringing a new meaning to the expression"five-star".
Called the Lunar Hilton, the huge place would have ...(8)... 5,000 rooms. It would be powered by two enormous solar
panels and would have its own beach and sea as well as a working farm. The company ...(9)... architects to design the
building following the discovery of water on the moon. It is working ...(10)... with experts at NASA on rhe project and hopes
to form a partnership which would be able to fly guests to the hotel.
Hilton has spent little more than £100.000 on the project so far, ...(11)... compared wilh the £25 million. Peter Inston, the
British architect ...(12)... has developed the Hilton’s plans, proposes a 325-metre-high complex with restaurants, a medical
centre, a church and even a primary school. All ...(13)... water would be pumped up from the ice reserves, which would also
be used to fill the sea.
[Adapted from KNOCK-OUT, Workbook, Oxford, 2009]

Question 8:A. above
Question 9:A. enquired
Question 10:A. closely
Question 11:A. however

B. over
B. asked
B. nearly
B. despite

C. past
C. demanded
C. hardly
C. while

D. beyond
D. said
D. similarly
D. although


Question 12:A. which
B. who
C. whom
D. what
Question 13:A. falling
B. sweet
C. used
D. drinking
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 14: ........should a young child be allowed to play with fireworks without adult supervision.
A. Under no circumstances B. Only when
C. Always
D. No sooner than
Question 15: The more you study during the semester, ......the week before exams.
A. the less you have to study
B. the less have you to study
C. you have to study the less
D. the study less you have
Question 16: To judge your friends, you should not listen.......but observe what they do.
A. to what they are saying. B. to which they say
C. to way they say
D. to what they say
Question 17: Nowadays, violence seems to be a......occurrence.
A. everyday
B. daily
C. up-to-date
D. every day
Question 18: In order to prove Smith is guilty, we must find some.......
A. knowledge
B. means
C. information
D. evidence
Question 19: ........on barren slopes can help prevent erosioh.
A. Planting trees
B. In order to plant trees
C. Trees are planted
D. For trees to be planted
Question 20: Mary is completely .....with her wedding plans.
A. obsessed
B. appeased
C. enjoined
D. dispended
Question 21: He refused to give up work......he had won a million dollars.
A. despite
B. as though
C. however
D. even though
Question 22: Worried about the future of the family business, he......for his sons to follow in his footsteps.
A. considered
B. yearned
C. anticipated
D. desired
Question 23: The Pyramids are perhaps the most famous of the seven......of the ancient world.
A. structures
B. wonders
C. constructions
D. spectacles
Question 24: We rarely see......on most matters of business policy.
A. at loggerheads
B. face to face
C. on tenterhooks
D. eye to eye
Question 25: ......is a valid form of pest control has come under attack.
A. There is fox hunting from horseback
B. It is the hunting of foxes from horseback
C. That the hunting of foxes from horseback
D. The hunting of foxes from horseback
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 26: I have learned to temper my criticism with a smile.
A. moderate
B. eliminate
C. reduce
D. lessen
Question 27: She braved the wrath of her parents by refusing to marry the man they had chosen.
A. sorted
B. faced
C. ignited
D. affronted
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 28: I'm sorry to rain on your parade but you're not allowed to have alcohol on the campus.
A. feel sorry for you
B. damage your work
C. encourage you
D. keep you sweet
Question 29: John tried to mollify her by giving her a big bunch of roses.
A. allay
B. harden
C. exasperate
D. soften
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following
exchanges.
Question 30: ~ A: “Tom and I were interviewed on TV last Sunday.” ~ B: “......................”
A. What on earth is it for?
B. Incredible! It was televised all over the world.
C. You both look akin to brothers.
D. It’s the second show I’ve seen this week.
Question 31: ~ A: “.................” ~ B: “Yes, I agree, but being successful doesn't just mean making a lot of money.”
A. Don’t you think you’ve been successful in your business?
B. Am I able to become a billionaire some day?
C. I don’t think David has made a mint.
D. It's so important to recognize real achievement, don't you?
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 32:A. brow
B. shower
C. flow
D. crow
Question 33:A. seizure
B. leitmotiv
C. seismograph
D. stein
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 34: It’s useless to make calls now. There is a technical fault with our phone.
A. Due to a technical fault, we cannot use our telephone now.
B. Hang off the phone right away, because a technical fault has come up.
C. There is something wrong with the phone for calling us.
D. We can’t use our telephone because a technician is finding fault with us.


Question 35: She was born in a poor family. She fought her way into showbiz.
A. Although her family was poor, she struggled to became a famous buninesswoman.
B. Despite her poor background, she aspired for fame in entertainment business.
C. Born in a poor family, she went through hardship to become a performer.
D. Not born with a silver spoon in her mouth, she tried her best to be among the celebrity.
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 36: The weather is usually very disagreeable from June in this part of the country.
A. disagreeable
B. in
C. the
D. from
Question 37: Neither my parents nor my eldest brother enjoy watching thrillers on TV.
A. thrillers on
B. nor
C. eldest
D. enjoy
Question 38: Can’t you think of anything more intelligent to tell?
A. more intelligent
B. Can’t
C. of
D. tell
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 from 39 to 45.
LOSTAND FOUND
Saroo was a five-year-old boy from a town in central India. His family was poor so he didn't ·go to school as he had to work
instead, cleaning trains. One night in 1986, he was working on a train with his older brother when he felt very tired. So he got
off the train, sat down and fell asleep. When he woke up, he rushed back to the train and looked for his brother. Unfortunately,
he couldn't find him anywhere. He sat down on the train and fell asleep again. He woke up 14 hours later when the train
stopped. He heard the roar of traffic and people shouting. This was the sound of Calcutta, India's third largest city. Saroo was
in trouble. He couldn't read or write and he didn't know the name of his hometown. He just had a photo of himself. Luckily,
an orphanage took him in, and an Australian couple adopted him and took him to Tasmania, in Australia. He grew up, took a
business degree.
30-yearold Saroo was happy, but he often thought about his lost family in India. How could he find them again? He only
had his childhood memories. Suddenly he had an idea. He calculated that in 14 hours a train could travel about 1,200 km. So
he drew a circle on a map around Calcutta. And then he used Google Earth™ to search for train stations.
Incredibly, while he was looking at the photos on his screen, he saw a waterfall where he used to play as a child. He zoomed
into the town, which was called Khandwa, and he recognized his family home. He few to Khandwa. The sounds and the
smells were so familiar. Sadly, his old home was empty - but he showed his photo to people and told his story. Luckily, they
knew his mother. So amazingly, after 25 years, Saroo and his mother were reunited.
Question 39: How could he find his home land?
A. surfing the Internet
B. using a map of Calcutta
C. travelling 1,200 km
D. using his own ideas
Question 40: He became an adopted child in....
A. an Autralian family
B. in Tasmania
C. in a business company
D. an orphange
Question 41: When he wasn’t able to find his brother, he.....
A. got on the train
B. went on to sleep aboard the train
C. he went to Calcutta
D. rushed about to find him
Question 42: He didn't know the name of his hometown because....
A. he was blind
B. he was too tired
C. he was illiterate
D. he caught the wrong train
Question 43: Which helped him to recognize his home town from the photos?
A. the sounds and smells of the photos
B. the native people from the photos
C. the train stations
D. the waterfall
Question 44: This article is about.....
A. Saroo’s childhood
B. when Saroo lost his way home
C. how Saroo worked on a train
D. how Saroo found his way home
Question 45: What does the writer imply when telling this story?
A. just an anecdote
B. no place is sweeter than home
C. a child’s intelligence
D. a childhood memory
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 46: You're not allowed to go on the court if you're not wearing the right shoes.
A. You mustn't go on the court on the court if you're not wearing the right shoes.
B. You do not permit to be at the court if you're wearing shoes the right way.
C. You are not permitted to play court to anybody wearing the right shoes.
D. Wearing the right shoes will allow you to enter the court.
Question 47: It's not necessary to watch the game tomorrow if you don't want to.
A. The game tomorrow doesn't need you to watch if you don't want to.
B. You don't have to watch the game tomorrow if you don't want to.
C. You don't need watching the game tomorrow if you don't want to.
D. Watching the game tomorrow doesn't need you whether you want to or not.


Question 48: Jake always beats me at tennis.
A. Playing tennis with Jakes is often exciting.
B. Jake keeps defeating me at tennis.
C. I always admire Jake in playing tennis with him.
D. Jakes and I often fight over playing tennis.
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 49:A. redundancy B. conference
C. reference
D. inference
Question 50:A. confident
B. dependent
C. precedent
D. accident
The End


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

ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 834
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề
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 1:A. reference
B. inference
C. redundancy
D. conference
Question 2:A. dependent B. accident
C. precedent
D. confident
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 from 03 to 09.
With the advent of the computer age, it was rashly predicted by computer manufacturers that technology would help to save
trees and create a paperless office. Unfortunately, far from cutting down on the amount of paper used, we now use 10% more
paper than we did before, a lot of which is used for printing out web pages and e-mails.
Despite all this, computer companies are still insisting that conventional books will soon disappear, to be replaced by the
handheld e-book. For one particular version of the e-book available at the moment, you hold your laptop like a book and read
the book that you have bought and downloaded over the Internet. It is very doubtful, however, whether this means that the
ordinary reader is going to give up using books made of paper that easily. Trying to read an e-book in bright sunshine on a
beach, with the sun reflecting off the screen and when its batteries may be running down is hardly a recipe for a relaxed and
carefree vacation. Basically, there is nothing so easy to use as the common-or-garden paperback novel - and it will take a lot
to replace it!
There may still be something to be said for e-books when it comes to weighty academic volumes that students need to refer
to for their studies. Instead of having to carry them around or physically go to a library to read them, they would be able to
download the sections they needed and use them on-screen or print them out.
Changes will probably take place anyway in conventional publishing, with the incorporation of digital printing techniques.
It may soon be possible to have a particular book printed on demand over the Net, using digital copies of the work provided
by the publisher. Perhaps in this way we will eventually be able to reduce our consumption of paper.
Question 3: What argument did the computer makers use to support the widespread use of computers?
A. Offices would find their work cut by 10%.
B. Trees would no longer have to be cut down to make paper.
C. Their use would have significant ecological value.
D. Conventional books would gradually die out.
Question 4: According to the passage, e-books......
A. will be used more for leisure reading.
B. may be useful when reading for reference.
C. are not at all a good idea.
D. are unlikely to be used by anyone.
Question 5: What disadvantage of the e-book does the author point out?
A. It is not relaxed
B. It's rather heavy to hold.
C. It has to have a power supply.
D. It can't be taken onto the beach.
Question 6: In the passage, the author says that......
A. conventional books will soon become a thing of the past.
B. laptops are a convenient way to read a novel.
C. the general reader is reluctant to give up using conventional books.
D. readers will easily get used to e-books.
Question 7: In what way does the author suggest that the amount of paper we use might be reduced?
A. by involving publishers in the printing of books
B. by only having a book printed when someone requests it
C. by selling books over the Internet
D. by creating a paperless office
Question 8: The pronoun “it” refers to......
A. a paper-back book
B. a recipe for relaxation
C. a carefree vacation
D. a laptop screen
Question 9: The word “rashly” is closest in meaning to.....
A. thoughtlessly
B. hastily
C. awkwardly
D. inconsiderately
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 10: It’s useless to make calls now. There is a technical fault with our phone.
A. There is something wrong with the phone for calling us.
B. Hang off the phone right away, because a technical fault has come up.
C. We can’t use our telephone because a technician is finding fault with us.
D. Due to a technical fault, we cannot use our telephone now.
Question 11: She was born in a poor family. She fought her way into showbiz.
A. Despite her poor background, she aspired for fame in entertainment business.
B. Although her family was poor, she struggled to became a famous buninesswoman.
C. Born in a poor family, she went through hardship to become a performer.
D. Not born with a silver spoon in her mouth, she tried her best to be among the celebrity.


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 12: She braved the wrath of her parents by refusing to marry the man they had chosen.
A. faced
B. sorted
C. affronted
D. ignited
Question 13: I have learned to temper my criticism with a smile.
A. reduce
B. lessen
C. eliminate
D. moderate
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 14: I'm sorry to rain on your parade but you're not allowed to have alcohol on the campus.
A. feel sorry for you
B. encourage you
C. keep you sweet
D. damage your work
Question 15: John tried to mollify her by giving her a big bunch of roses.
A. soften
B. harden
C. exasperate
D. allay
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: The more you study during the semester, ......the week before exams.
A. the less you have to study
B. you have to study the less
C. the less have you to study
D. the study less you have
Question 17: Nowadays, violence seems to be a......occurrence.
A. everyday
B. every day
C. up-to-date
D. daily
Question 18: In order to prove Smith is guilty, we must find some.......
A. knowledge
B. information
C. means
D. evidence
Question 19: ......is a valid form of pest control has come under attack.
A. That the hunting of foxes from horseback
B. The hunting of foxes from horseback
C. It is the hunting of foxes from horseback
D. There is fox hunting from horseback
Question 20: ........should a young child be allowed to play with fireworks without adult supervision.
A. No sooner than
B. Only when
C. Always
D. Under no circumstances
Question 21: ........on barren slopes can help prevent erosioh.
A. Trees are planted
B. In order to plant trees
C. For trees to be planted
D. Planting trees
Question 22: The Pyramids are perhaps the most famous of the seven......of the ancient world.
A. structures
B. wonders
C. spectacles
D. constructions
Question 23: Mary is completely .....with her wedding plans.
A. enjoined
B. dispended
C. obsessed
D. appeased
Question 24: He refused to give up work......he had won a million dollars.
A. despite
B. as though
C. even though
D. however
Question 25: We rarely see......on most matters of business policy.
A. at loggerheads
B. face to face
C. on tenterhooks
D. eye to eye
Question 26: Worried about the future of the family business, he......for his sons to follow in his footsteps.
A. yearned
B. desired
C. anticipated
D. considered
Question 27: To judge your friends, you should not listen.......but observe what they do.
A. to which they say
B. to way they say
C. to what they are saying.
D. to what they say
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 from 28 to 33.
Hilton International, owner of many of the world's most luxurious hotels, has joined the race to build the first hold on the
moon, bringing a new meaning to the expression"five-star".
Called the Lunar Hilton, the huge place would have ...(28)... 5,000 rooms. It would be powered by two enormous solar
panels and would have its own beach and sea as well as a working farm. The company ...(29)... architects to design the
building following the discovery of water on the moon. It is working ...(30)... with experts at NASA on rhe project and hopes
to form a partnership which would be able to fly guests to the hotel.
Hilton has spent little more than £100.000 on the project so far, ...(31)... compared wilh the £25 million. Peter Inston, the
British architect ...(32)... has developed the Hilton’s plans, proposes a 325-metre-high complex with restaurants, a medical
centre, a church and even a primary school. All ...(33)... water would be pumped up from the ice reserves, which would also
be used to fill the sea.
[Adapted from KNOCK-OUT, Workbook, Oxford, 2009]

Question 28:A. beyond
B. over
C. above
D. past
Question 29:A. asked
B. said
C. demanded
D. enquired
Question 30:A. closely
B. nearly
C. hardly
D. similarly
Question 31:A. although B. however
C. despite
D. while
Question 32:A. who
B. whom
C. which
D. what
Question 33:A. falling
B. used
C. drinking
D. sweet
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following
exchanges.
Question 34: ~ A: “.................” ~ B: “Yes, I agree, but being successful doesn't just mean making a lot of money.”
A. I don’t think David has made a mint.


B. Am I able to become a billionaire some day?
C. It's so important to recognize real achievement, don't you?
D. Don’t you think you’ve been successful in your business?
Question 35: ~ A: “Tom and I were interviewed on TV last Sunday.” ~ B: “......................”
A. What on earth is it for?
B. You both look akin to brothers.
C. Incredible! It was televised all over the world.
D. It’s the second show I’ve seen this week.
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 from 36 to 42.
LOSTAND FOUND
Saroo was a five-year-old boy from a town in central India. His family was poor so he didn't ·go to school as he had to work
instead, cleaning trains. One night in 1986, he was working on a train with his older brother when he felt very tired. So he got
off the train, sat down and fell asleep. When he woke up, he rushed back to the train and looked for his brother. Unfortunately,
he couldn't find him anywhere. He sat down on the train and fell asleep again. He woke up 14 hours later when the train
stopped. He heard the roar of traffic and people shouting. This was the sound of Calcutta, India's third largest city. Saroo was
in trouble. He couldn't read or write and he didn't know the name of his hometown. He just had a photo of himself. Luckily,
an orphanage took him in, and an Australian couple adopted him and took him to Tasmania, in Australia. He grew up, took a
business degree.
30-yearold Saroo was happy, but he often thought about his lost family in India. How could he find them again? He only
had his childhood memories. Suddenly he had an idea. He calculated that in 14 hours a train could travel about 1,200 km. So
he drew a circle on a map around Calcutta. And then he used Google Earth™ to search for train stations.
Incredibly, while he was looking at the photos on his screen, he saw a waterfall where he used to play as a child. He zoomed
into the town, which was called Khandwa, and he recognized his family home. He few to Khandwa. The sounds and the
smells were so familiar. Sadly, his old home was empty - but he showed his photo to people and told his story. Luckily, they
knew his mother. So amazingly, after 25 years, Saroo and his mother were reunited.
Question 36: He became an adopted child in....
A. in a business company
B. in Tasmania
C. an orphange
D. an Autralian family
Question 37: How could he find his home land?
A. using his own ideas
B. travelling 1,200 km
C. using a map of Calcutta
D. surfing the Internet
Question 38: When he wasn’t able to find his brother, he.....
A. went on to sleep aboard the train
B. rushed about to find him
C. he went to Calcutta
D. got on the train
Question 39: Which helped him to recognize his home town from the photos?
A. the sounds and smells of the photos
B. the waterfall
C. the train stations
D. the native people from the photos
Question 40: This article is about.....
A. Saroo’s childhood
B. how Saroo worked on a train
C. when Saroo lost his way home
D. how Saroo found his way home
Question 41: He didn't know the name of his hometown because....
A. he caught the wrong train B. he was illiterate
C. he was blind
D. he was too tired
Question 42: What does the writer imply when telling this story?
A. just an anecdote
B. a child’s intelligence
C. a childhood memory
D. no place is sweeter than home
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 43: The weather is usually very disagreeable from June in this part of the country.
A. in
B. disagreeable
C. from
D. the
Question 44: Can’t you think of anything more intelligent to tell?
A. of
B. tell
C. more intelligent
D. Can’t
Question 45: Neither my parents nor my eldest brother enjoy watching thrillers on TV.
A. nor
B. eldest
C. thrillers on
D. enjoy
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 46: Jake always beats me at tennis.
A. Playing tennis with Jakes is often exciting.
B. Jakes and I often fight over playing tennis.
C. Jake keeps defeating me at tennis.
D. I always admire Jake in playing tennis with him.
Question 47: It's not necessary to watch the game tomorrow if you don't want to.
A. Watching the game tomorrow doesn't need you whether you want to or not.
B. You don't have to watch the game tomorrow if you don't want to.
C. The game tomorrow doesn't need you to watch if you don't want to.
D. You don't need watching the game tomorrow if you don't want to.
Question 48: You're not allowed to go on the court if you're not wearing the right shoes.
A. Wearing the right shoes will allow you to enter the court.


B. You are not permitted to play court to anybody wearing the right shoes.
C. You do not permit to be at the court if you're wearing shoes the right way.
D. You mustn't go on the court on the court if you're not wearing the right shoes.
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 49:A. brow
B. flow
C. crow
D. shower
Question 50:A. leitmotiv B. stein
C. seismograph
D. seizure
The End



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