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ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017


(Đề gồm có 04 trang) MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 000
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề

TNPT 91 MASTER COPY ~ WITH KEY

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the
other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Question 1:A. deny B. sleepy C. hurry D. empty
Question 2:A. scholar B. character C. chemist D. charity
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the
position of primary stress in each of the following questions.
Question 3:A. agree B. fourteen C. career D. coffee
Question 4:A. computer B. conclusion C. history D. musician
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.
Despite the fact that too much fat can be harmful, a moderate fat intake is actually essential to the maintenance of good
health. Some of the symptoms of fat deficiency include flaking skin, emaciation, reduced functioning of the immune
system, and fertility problems. Recent studies have linked fat-free diets to increased stress and aggression, and note that
those who try to eliminate fat completely from their food intake may be at risk for developing eating disorders: a small
amount of fat in a meal will produce a feeling of satiety which lasts much longer than the sensation of fullness produced
by protein or carbohydrates. At least two teaspoons of fat per day is needed in order for the digestive system to absorb
vitamins A, D, E and K, which are fat soluble. These vitamins are essential for healthy hair, skin, teeth, and eyes. Without
the ability to absorb these vitamins, children run the risk of developmental and neurological disorders. Adults need these
vitamins to manufacture fertility hormones.
Some types of fat actually help to reduce harmful cholesterol levels. Polyunsaturated fats such as corn, soybean, and
sesame oil, and monounsaturated fats like chicken fat and olive oil, seem to lower blood cholesterol, while saturated fats
- those found in red meat, dairy products, and tropical oils - seem to raise the level of the kind of cholesterol that
accumulates as plaques on arterial walls. Paying attention to the type of fat consumed is just as important as reducing
total fat intake.
Question 5: What did the paragraph preceding this passage most likely discuss?
A. moderate fat intake B. health problems linked to fat consumption
C. methods of reducing one's percentage of dietary fat D. general health guidelines
Question 6: The word "note" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. prove B. notice C. hope D. suggest
Question 7: All of the following are mentioned as signs of fat deficiency EXCEPT.......
A. a feeling of satiety B. reduced immunity C. fertility problems D. flaky skin
Question 8: According to this passage, the most harmful type of fat would be found in.......
A. corn oil and olive oil B. chicken fried in soybean oil
C. steak and cheese D. fish and vegetables
Question 9: The word "those" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. scientists B. studies C. people D. diets
Question 10: What is the author's main purpose in the passage?
A. To compare three kinds of cholesterol.
B. To discuss some positive aspects of dietary fat.
C. To prove that a low fat diet is inherently harmful.
D. To analyze recent studies linking fat intake to disease.
Question 11: The word "accumulates" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. takes over B. builds up C. creates D. serves
Mark the letter A, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the
following questions.
Question 12: He must have cancelled his e-mail account, as I can't get hold of him.
A. I must have got his e-mail address wrong, because he's not giving me any reply.
B. If no one is able to get in contact with him, he ought to get an e-mail account for himself.
C. Since I'm unable to get in contact with him, it seems certain that he's closed his e-mail account.
D. He may have closed his e-mail account, but I won't know for sure until I get in touch with him.
Question 13: "You must do what you are told," said the woman.
A. The woman said that I had to do what I was told.
B. The woman said that I must do what I was told.
C. The woman said I should have done what I was told.
D. The woman said I should do what I was told.
Question 14: Only customers with coupons may use the service.
A. The service is restricted to customers in possession of coupons.
B. The service is available for coupons only.
C. Only customers with coupons are service here.
D. Only rich customers can use the service with coupons.
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 15: He decided to make Hanoi his permanent home.
A. intermittent B. temporary C. frivolous D. solitary
Question 16: He was killed in a tragic accident at the age of 24.
A. unhappy B. mysterious C. comic D. boring
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: While some bacteria are beneficial, others are harmful in that they cause disease.
A. demanding B. curative C. dominant D. detrimental
Question 18: Parsley is cultivated throughout much of the world.
A. bought B. grown C. cooked D. seen
Mark the letter A, 8, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the
following exchanges.
Question 19: Lisa and Rachel are talking on the phone.
~ Lisa: "Would you like to go to the cinema with me tonight?" ~ Rachel: "............"
A. Sorry. B. Yes, I'd love to. C. No, thanks. D. Yes, please.
Question 20: Henry is talking to his mother.
~ Henry: "I've passed my driving test." ~ His mother: "............"
A. Congratulations! B. That's a good idea. C. All right. D. That's too bad.
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.
ON YOUR BIKE!
If you are getting ...(21)... up wasting time looking for parking spaces, my advice to you is to consider the bicycle as an
alternate means of transport. Cycling is probably the cheapest and healthiest way of getting ...(22)... in our congested city
centres. Although it is convenient and environmentally desirable, it can be unattractive choice on a cold windy morning.
It is much easier to get onto a nice warm bus or jump into your car, but the sight of cyclists as they weave their way in
and out of the traffic may fill you with ...(23)... as you sit waiting in yet another traffic jam. In spite of the fact that
worsening pollution is getting many people ...(24)..., causing more and more health problems, and while it is fashionable
to express one's approval of the environmentally safe bicycle, it is hard to deny the danger cyclists face in sharing the
road with cars. Although cycling is not as risky as it looks at first ...(25)..., there are more and more accidents involving
cyclists.
Question 21:A. tired B. fed C. angry D. irritated
Question 22:A. over B. through C. about D. on
Question 23:A. envy B. angry C. criticism D. approval
Question 24:A. round B. over C. down D. together
Question 25:A. point B. sight C. look D. view
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: Some underground water is enough safe to drink, but all surface water must be treated.
A. but B. treated C. enough safe D. Some
Question 27: Stars in our universe vary in temperature, colour, bright, size, and mass.
A. vary B. mass C. Stars D. bright
Question 28: Neither Russia nor the United States have been able to discover a mutually satisfactory plan for gradual
disarmament.
A. have been able B. satisfactory plan C. nor D. mutually
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following
questions.
Question 29: Susan was alone in the house when the fire.........
A. broke up B. broke down C. broke away D. broke out
Question 30:.....you start, .....you will finish.
A. The sooner - the quickly B. The sooner - the quicker
C. The soon - the more quickly D. The sooner - the more quickly
Question 31: There is too.......bad news on TV tonight.
A. many B. a little C. much D. a few
Question 32: There is......horror movie on......TV tonight.
A. a - Ø B. the - Ø C. a - the D. Ø - Ø
Question 33: We arrived......Ho Chi Minh City......9 p.m.......a hot summer day.
A. on - of - on B. in - at - on C. at - in - in D. to - at - in
Question 34: The doctor recommended that the patient......as soon as possible.
A. is operated B. operated C. would be operated D. be operated
Question 35: If I were you, I would take more......in my work.
A. pride B. confidence C. dedication D. solution
Question 36: Not until now.......popularly recognized that man is destroying the environment.
A. has it become B. does it become C. it has become D. it becomes
Question 37: Jack has two elder brothers, ........are famous actors.
A. both of them B. both of which C. both of who D. both of whom
Question 38: You should seriously consider.......a dancer. You are such a great performer.
A. will become B. becoming C. to become D. become
Question 39: The planet Mercury......round the Sun every eighty-eight days.
A. travels B. travelled C. has travelled D. is travelling
Question 40: Her mother told her not to be too.......and advised her to try to do things herself.
A. independent B. dependent C. depending D. dependence
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 41: The student next to me kept glancing at me. That bothered me a lot.
A. The student next to me kept glancing at me, which bothered me a lot.
B. The student next to me kept glancing at me, that bothered me a lot.
C. The student next to me kept glancing at me bothering me a lot.
D. The student next to me kept glancing at me bothered me a lot.
Question 42: The burglar might come back. You'd better change all the locks.
A. The burglar will come back unless you change all the locks.
B. You'd better change all the locks or the burglar will come back.
C. You'd better change all the locks in case the burglar comes back.
D. If you don't change all the locks, the burglar could come back.
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.
Seeing adults - and children - who simply refuse to be unglued from their cellphones, no matter where they happen to
be, is very common. Cellphone users often seem to forget that others share the same planet, and the talkers can be
completely insensitive to those around them - to the noticeable annoyance of non-cellphone users.
Cellphones have saved lives, increased business opportunities, and kept friendships going, but they have also been
known to destroy the magic of the movies, make everyone at a restaurant turn around and stare, and bring many a
meeting to an abrupt halt. People have even been known to carry their mobile phones to funerals!
Your cellphone is undoubtedly very important to you because it keeps you in touch with the hundreds of urgent things
you have to do every day. If you are a frequent cellphone user, you will insist that these gadgets are, after all, supposed to
be anywhere - anytime phones. Isn't that why we call them mobile?
It is true that cellphones would not be of much use if you could not use them anywhere and anytime. And that is exactly
why most cellphones come with a host of features you can use to ensure that disturbance to others is kept to a minimum.
Even the most basic cellphones have a range of ring settings, with some sufficiently soft-toned not to annoy those around
you. Some phones vibrate or flash a light to alert you, and some let out quiet little beeps. The voice mail option allows
you to switch off and still no miss any calls or messages at all. So enjoy the benefits that cellphones bring, and at the
same time, show consideration for others.
Question 43: What is the main point of this passage?
A. People should not use cellphones unless it is necessary.
B. Cellphones are an essential part of modern life.
C. Cellphones have great advantages, but users should be considerate.
D. Cellphones can be adjusted to minimize disturbance to other people.
Question 44: The author thinks cellphones should be.......
A. used freely by children and adults B. available for use at all times, with certain restrictions
C. used as little as possible D. available for use at all times
Question 45: According to the passage, what is the main advantage of cellphones?
A. They are widely used in business. B. You can leave messages on them.
C. They have different ring settings. D. They can be used in many different places and at any
time.
Question 46: The author mention movies and restaurants in paragraph 2 as examples of places where......
A. everyone uses cellphones. B. cellphones can be annoying.
C. people have time to talk on cellphones D. cellphones are not permitted
Question 47: According to this passage, people who do not use cellphones.......
A. are sensitive to the needs of others
B. may be irritated by the noise created by cellphone users
C. are not disturbed by others' use of them
D. do not permit their children to use cellphones either
Question 48: Which feature allows cellphone users to be considerate of other people's needs?
A. You can leave messages on other people's cellphones.
B. Calls can be received at any time.
C. Soft ringing or a flashing light indicates incoming calls.
D. The phone can be taken anywhere.
Question 49: Cellphones are beneficial because.......
A. they enable people to manage their busy schedules. B. they can be used during meetings
C. people bring them everywhere. D. they can be used while eating out
Question 50: The author seems to think that taking cellphones to funeral.......
A. is sometimes essential B. helps people to keep in touch
C. shows a lack of respect D. is fine because funeral is private
SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017
(Đề gồm có 04 trang) MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 237
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề

Mark(s) Mã Phách ……….

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the
other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Question 1:A. chemist B. character C. charity D. scholar
Question 2:A. empty B. sleepy C. deny D. hurry
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the
position of primary stress in each of the following questions.
Question 3:A. musician B. history C. computer D. conclusion
Question 4:A. agree B. career C. fourteen D. coffee
Mark the letter A, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the
following questions.
Question 5: "You must do what you are told," said the woman.
A. The woman said that I had to do what I was told.
B. The woman said I should do what I was told.
C. The woman said that I must do what I was told.
D. The woman said I should have done what I was told.
Question 6: Only customers with coupons may use the service.
A. Only rich customers can use the service with coupons.
B. The service is available for coupons only.
C. The service is restricted to customers in possession of coupons.
D. Only customers with coupons are service here.
Question 7: He must have cancelled his e-mail account, as I can't get hold of him.
A. I must have got his e-mail address wrong, because he's not giving me any reply.
B. He may have closed his e-mail account, but I won't know for sure until I get in touch with him.
C. If no one is able to get in contact with him, he ought to get an e-mail account for himself.
D. Since I'm unable to get in contact with him, it seems certain that he's closed his e-mail account.
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 8: While some bacteria are beneficial, others are harmful in that they cause disease.
A. dominant B. curative C. demanding D. detrimental
Question 9: Parsley is cultivated throughout much of the world.
A. bought B. cooked C. seen D. grown
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.
Despite the fact that too much fat can be harmful, a moderate fat intake is actually essential to the maintenance of good
health. Some of the symptoms of fat deficiency include flaking skin, emaciation, reduced functioning of the immune
system, and fertility problems. Recent studies have linked fat-free diets to increased stress and aggression, and note that
those who try to eliminate fat completely from their food intake may be at risk for developing eating disorders: a small
amount of fat in a meal will produce a feeling of satiety which lasts much longer than the sensation of fullness produced
by protein or carbohydrates. At least two teaspoons of fat per day is needed in order for the digestive system to absorb
vitamins A, D, E and K, which are fat soluble. These vitamins are essential for healthy hair, skin, teeth, and eyes. Without
the ability to absorb these vitamins, children run the risk of developmental and neurological disorders. Adults need these
vitamins to manufacture fertility hormones.
Some types of fat actually help to reduce harmful cholesterol levels. Polyunsaturated fats such as corn, soybean, and
sesame oil, and monounsaturated fats like chicken fat and olive oil, seem to lower blood cholesterol, while saturated fats
- those found in red meat, dairy products, and tropical oils - seem to raise the level of the kind of cholesterol that
accumulates as plaques on arterial walls. Paying attention to the type of fat consumed is just as important as reducing
total fat intake.
Question 10: What did the paragraph preceding this passage most likely discuss?
A. methods of reducing one's percentage of dietary fat B. moderate fat intake
C. general health guidelines D. health problems linked to fat consumption
Question 11: The word "those" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. people B. studies C. diets D. scientists
Question 12: What is the author's main purpose in the passage?
A. To compare three kinds of cholesterol.
B. To analyze recent studies linking fat intake to disease.
C. To prove that a low fat diet is inherently harmful.
D. To discuss some positive aspects of dietary fat.
Question 13: According to this passage, the most harmful type of fat would be found in.......
A. fish and vegetables B. chicken fried in soybean oil
C. steak and cheese D. corn oil and olive oil
Question 14: The word "accumulates" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. creates B. builds up C. serves D. takes over
Question 15: All of the following are mentioned as signs of fat deficiency EXCEPT.......
A. a feeling of satiety B. reduced immunity C. flaky skin D. fertility problems
Question 16: The word "note" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. suggest B. prove C. hope D. notice
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 17: The burglar might come back. You'd better change all the locks.
A. The burglar will come back unless you change all the locks.
B. You'd better change all the locks or the burglar will come back.
C. If you don't change all the locks, the burglar could come back.
D. You'd better change all the locks in case the burglar comes back.
Question 18: The student next to me kept glancing at me. That bothered me a lot.
A. The student next to me kept glancing at me bothered me a lot.
B. The student next to me kept glancing at me, that bothered me a lot.
C. The student next to me kept glancing at me bothering me a lot.
D. The student next to me kept glancing at me, which bothered me a lot.
Mark the letter A, 8, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the
following exchanges.
Question 19: Lisa and Rachel are talking on the phone.
~ Lisa: "Would you like to go to the cinema with me tonight?" ~ Rachel: "............"
A. Yes, please. B. No, thanks. C. Sorry. D. Yes, I'd love to.
Question 20: Henry is talking to his mother.
~ Henry: "I've passed my driving test." ~ His mother: "............"
A. Congratulations! B. That's a good idea. C. All right. D. That's too bad.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following
questions.
Question 21:.....you start, .....you will finish.
A. The soon - the more quickly B. The sooner - the quickly
C. The sooner - the quicker D. The sooner - the more quickly
Question 22: We arrived......Ho Chi Minh City......9 p.m.......a hot summer day.
A. on - of - on B. in - at - on C. to - at - in D. at - in - in
Question 23: There is......horror movie on......TV tonight.
A. the - Ø B. a - the C. a - Ø D. Ø - Ø
Question 24: Jack has two elder brothers, ........are famous actors.
A. both of which B. both of whom C. both of who D. both of them
Question 25: You should seriously consider.......a dancer. You are such a great performer.
A. to become B. will become C. become D. becoming
Question 26: There is too.......bad news on TV tonight.
A. much B. a little C. many D. a few
Question 27: The doctor recommended that the patient......as soon as possible.
A. would be operated B. is operated C. operated D. be operated
Question 28: Her mother told her not to be too.......and advised her to try to do things herself.
A. depending B. dependent C. dependence D. independent
Question 29: The planet Mercury......round the Sun every eighty-eight days.
A. travels B. is travelling C. has travelled D. travelled
Question 30: If I were you, I would take more......in my work.
A. dedication B. confidence C. pride D. solution
Question 31: Not until now.......popularly recognized that man is destroying the environment.
A. it becomes B. it has become C. has it become D. does it become
Question 32: Susan was alone in the house when the fire.........
A. broke up B. broke away C. broke down D. broke out
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.
ON YOUR BIKE!
If you are getting ...(33)... up wasting time looking for parking spaces, my advice to you is to consider the bicycle as an
alternate means of transport. Cycling is probably the cheapest and healthiest way of getting ...(34)... in our congested city
centres. Although it is convenient and environmentally desirable, it can be unattractive choice on a cold windy morning.
It is much easier to get onto a nice warm bus or jump into your car, but the sight of cyclists as they weave their way in
and out of the traffic may fill you with ...(35)... as you sit waiting in yet another traffic jam. In spite of the fact that
worsening pollution is getting many people ...(36)..., causing more and more health problems, and while it is fashionable
to express one's approval of the environmentally safe bicycle, it is hard to deny the danger cyclists face in sharing the
road with cars. Although cycling is not as risky as it looks at first ...(37)..., there are more and more accidents involving
cyclists.
Question 33:A. fed B. tired C. irritated D. angry
Question 34:A. about B. through C. over D. on
Question 35:A. criticism B. envy C. angry D. approval
Question 36:A. down B. together C. round D. over
Question 37:A. look B. point C. sight D. view
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 38: He decided to make Hanoi his permanent home.
A. frivolous B. intermittent C. solitary D. temporary
Question 39: He was killed in a tragic accident at the age of 24.
A. mysterious B. boring C. unhappy D. comic
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 40: Some underground water is enough safe to drink, but all surface water must be treated.
A. treated B. enough safe C. Some D. but
Question 41: Stars in our universe vary in temperature, colour, bright, size, and mass.
A. Stars B. mass C. bright D. vary
Question 42: Neither Russia nor the United States have been able to discover a mutually satisfactory plan for gradual
disarmament.
A. have been able B. mutually C. satisfactory plan D. nor
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.
Seeing adults - and children - who simply refuse to be unglued from their cellphones, no matter where they happen to
be, is very common. Cellphone users often seem to forget that others share the same planet, and the talkers can be
completely insensitive to those around them - to the noticeable annoyance of non-cellphone users.
Cellphones have saved lives, increased business opportunities, and kept friendships going, but they have also been
known to destroy the magic of the movies, make everyone at a restaurant turn around and stare, and bring many a
meeting to an abrupt halt. People have even been known to carry their mobile phones to funerals!
Your cellphone is undoubtedly very important to you because it keeps you in touch with the hundreds of urgent things
you have to do every day. If you are a frequent cellphone user, you will insist that these gadgets are, after all, supposed to
be anywhere - anytime phones. Isn't that why we call them mobile?
It is true that cellphones would not be of much use if you could not use them anywhere and anytime. And that is exactly
why most cellphones come with a host of features you can use to ensure that disturbance to others is kept to a minimum.
Even the most basic cellphones have a range of ring settings, with some sufficiently soft-toned not to annoy those around
you. Some phones vibrate or flash a light to alert you, and some let out quiet little beeps. The voice mail option allows
you to switch off and still no miss any calls or messages at all. So enjoy the benefits that cellphones bring, and at the
same time, show consideration for others.
Question 43: The author seems to think that taking cellphones to funeral.......
A. is sometimes essential B. shows a lack of respect
C. is fine because funeral is private D. helps people to keep in touch
Question 44: What is the main point of this passage?
A. Cellphones can be adjusted to minimize disturbance to other people.
B. Cellphones have great advantages, but users should be considerate.
C. People should not use cellphones unless it is necessary.
D. Cellphones are an essential part of modern life.
Question 45: Which feature allows cellphone users to be considerate of other people's needs?
A. You can leave messages on other people's cellphones.
B. Soft ringing or a flashing light indicates incoming calls.
C. Calls can be received at any time.
D. The phone can be taken anywhere.
Question 46: According to the passage, what is the main advantage of cellphones?
A. You can leave messages on them. B. They are widely used in business.
C. They can be used in many different places and at any time. D. They have different ring settings.
Question 47: The author mention movies and restaurants in paragraph 2 as examples of places where......
A. cellphones are not permitted B. people have time to talk on cellphones
C. everyone uses cellphones. D. cellphones can be annoying.
Question 48: The author thinks cellphones should be.......
A. used as little as possible B. available for use at all times
C. available for use at all times, with certain restrictions D. used freely by children and adults
Question 49: According to this passage, people who do not use cellphones.......
A. are sensitive to the needs of others
B. may be irritated by the noise created by cellphone users
C. are not disturbed by others' use of them
D. do not permit their children to use cellphones either
Question 50: Cellphones are beneficial because.......
A. they can be used while eating out B. they enable people to manage their busy schedules.
C. people bring them everywhere. D. they can be used during meetings
SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017
(Đề gồm có 04 trang) MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 735
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề

Mark(s) Mã Phách ……….

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following
questions.
Question 1: You should seriously consider.......a dancer. You are such a great performer.
A. becoming B. become C. will become D. to become
Question 2: The planet Mercury......round the Sun every eighty-eight days.
A. travelled B. travels C. has travelled D. is travelling
Question 3: There is......horror movie on......TV tonight.
A. Ø - Ø B. a - the C. a - Ø D. the - Ø
Question 4:.....you start, .....you will finish.
A. The sooner - the quicker B. The sooner - the quickly
C. The sooner - the more quickly D. The soon - the more quickly
Question 5: Susan was alone in the house when the fire.........
A. broke away B. broke out C. broke down D. broke up
Question 6: If I were you, I would take more......in my work.
A. pride B. confidence C. solution D. dedication
Question 7: The doctor recommended that the patient......as soon as possible.
A. would be operated B. is operated C. operated D. be operated
Question 8: Not until now.......popularly recognized that man is destroying the environment.
A. it becomes B. has it become C. it has become D. does it become
Question 9: Her mother told her not to be too.......and advised her to try to do things herself.
A. dependent B. depending C. independent D. dependence
Question 10: There is too.......bad news on TV tonight.
A. many B. a few C. much D. a little
Question 11: Jack has two elder brothers, ........are famous actors.
A. both of them B. both of which C. both of who D. both of whom
Question 12: We arrived......Ho Chi Minh City......9 p.m.......a hot summer day.
A. at - in - in B. to - at - in C. in - at - on D. on - of - on
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 13:A. coffee B. fourteen C. career D. agree
Question 14:A. musician B. conclusion C. history D. computer
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 15: Neither Russia nor the United States have been able to discover a mutually satisfactory plan for gradual
disarmament.
A. mutually B. satisfactory plan C. have been able D. nor
Question 16: Some underground water is enough safe to drink, but all surface water must be treated.
A. but B. Some C. treated D. enough safe
Question 17: Stars in our universe vary in temperature, colour, bright, size, and mass.
A. Stars B. bright C. vary D. mass
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.
Despite the fact that too much fat can be harmful, a moderate fat intake is actually essential to the maintenance of good
health. Some of the symptoms of fat deficiency include flaking skin, emaciation, reduced functioning of the immune
system, and fertility problems. Recent studies have linked fat-free diets to increased stress and aggression, and note that
those who try to eliminate fat completely from their food intake may be at risk for developing eating disorders: a small
amount of fat in a meal will produce a feeling of satiety which lasts much longer than the sensation of fullness produced
by protein or carbohydrates. At least two teaspoons of fat per day is needed in order for the digestive system to absorb
vitamins A, D, E and K, which are fat soluble. These vitamins are essential for healthy hair, skin, teeth, and eyes. Without
the ability to absorb these vitamins, children run the risk of developmental and neurological disorders. Adults need these
vitamins to manufacture fertility hormones.
Some types of fat actually help to reduce harmful cholesterol levels. Polyunsaturated fats such as corn, soybean, and
sesame oil, and monounsaturated fats like chicken fat and olive oil, seem to lower blood cholesterol, while saturated fats
- those found in red meat, dairy products, and tropical oils - seem to raise the level of the kind of cholesterol that
accumulates as plaques on arterial walls. Paying attention to the type of fat consumed is just as important as reducing
total fat intake.
Question 18: What did the paragraph preceding this passage most likely discuss?
A. methods of reducing one's percentage of dietary fat B. health problems linked to fat consumption
C. general health guidelines D. moderate fat intake
Question 19: What is the author's main purpose in the passage?
A. To compare three kinds of cholesterol.
B. To discuss some positive aspects of dietary fat.
C. To analyze recent studies linking fat intake to disease.
D. To prove that a low fat diet is inherently harmful.
Question 20: The word "accumulates" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. builds up B. takes over C. serves D. creates
Question 21: The word "those" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. scientists B. studies C. diets D. people
Question 22: According to this passage, the most harmful type of fat would be found in.......
A. steak and cheese B. corn oil and olive oil
C. chicken fried in soybean oil D. fish and vegetables
Question 23: All of the following are mentioned as signs of fat deficiency EXCEPT.......
A. fertility problems B. flaky skin C. reduced immunity D. a feeling of satiety
Question 24: The word "note" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. notice B. suggest C. prove D. hope
Mark the letter A, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the
following questions.
Question 25: Only customers with coupons may use the service.
A. Only customers with coupons are service here.
B. The service is available for coupons only.
C. Only rich customers can use the service with coupons.
D. The service is restricted to customers in possession of coupons.
Question 26: "You must do what you are told," said the woman.
A. The woman said I should do what I was told.
B. The woman said that I had to do what I was told.
C. The woman said I should have done what I was told.
D. The woman said that I must do what I was told.
Question 27: He must have cancelled his e-mail account, as I can't get hold of him.
A. Since I'm unable to get in contact with him, it seems certain that he's closed his e-mail account.
B. I must have got his e-mail address wrong, because he's not giving me any reply.
C. He may have closed his e-mail account, but I won't know for sure until I get in touch with him.
D. If no one is able to get in contact with him, he ought to get an e-mail account for himself.
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 28: Parsley is cultivated throughout much of the world.
A. bought B. cooked C. seen D. grown
Question 29: While some bacteria are beneficial, others are harmful in that they cause disease.
A. curative B. demanding C. detrimental D. dominant
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.
Seeing adults - and children - who simply refuse to be unglued from their cellphones, no matter where they happen to
be, is very common. Cellphone users often seem to forget that others share the same planet, and the talkers can be
completely insensitive to those around them - to the noticeable annoyance of non-cellphone users.
Cellphones have saved lives, increased business opportunities, and kept friendships going, but they have also been
known to destroy the magic of the movies, make everyone at a restaurant turn around and stare, and bring many a
meeting to an abrupt halt. People have even been known to carry their mobile phones to funerals!
Your cellphone is undoubtedly very important to you because it keeps you in touch with the hundreds of urgent things
you have to do every day. If you are a frequent cellphone user, you will insist that these gadgets are, after all, supposed to
be anywhere - anytime phones. Isn't that why we call them mobile?
It is true that cellphones would not be of much use if you could not use them anywhere and anytime. And that is exactly
why most cellphones come with a host of features you can use to ensure that disturbance to others is kept to a minimum.
Even the most basic cellphones have a range of ring settings, with some sufficiently soft-toned not to annoy those around
you. Some phones vibrate or flash a light to alert you, and some let out quiet little beeps. The voice mail option allows
you to switch off and still no miss any calls or messages at all. So enjoy the benefits that cellphones bring, and at the
same time, show consideration for others.
Question 30: Which feature allows cellphone users to be considerate of other people's needs?
A. The phone can be taken anywhere.
B. Calls can be received at any time.
C. You can leave messages on other people's cellphones.
D. Soft ringing or a flashing light indicates incoming calls.
Question 31: The author mention movies and restaurants in paragraph 2 as examples of places where......
A. cellphones are not permitted B. cellphones can be annoying.
C. everyone uses cellphones. D. people have time to talk on cellphones
Question 32: What is the main point of this passage?
A. Cellphones have great advantages, but users should be considerate.
B. Cellphones are an essential part of modern life.
C. Cellphones can be adjusted to minimize disturbance to other people.
D. People should not use cellphones unless it is necessary.
Question 33: The author thinks cellphones should be.......
A. used freely by children and adults B. available for use at all times, with certain restrictions
C. used as little as possible D. available for use at all times
Question 34: Cellphones are beneficial because.......
A. they can be used while eating out B. they can be used during meetings
C. they enable people to manage their busy schedules. D. people bring them everywhere.
Question 35: According to the passage, what is the main advantage of cellphones?
A. They are widely used in business. B. They can be used in many different places and at any
time.
C. They have different ring settings. D. You can leave messages on them.
Question 36: The author seems to think that taking cellphones to funeral.......
A. shows a lack of respect B. is sometimes essential
C. is fine because funeral is private D. helps people to keep in touch
Question 37: According to this passage, people who do not use cellphones.......
A. are not disturbed by others' use of them
B. may be irritated by the noise created by cellphone users
C. are sensitive to the needs of others
D. do not permit their children to use cellphones either
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 38:A. charity B. scholar C. character D. chemist
Question 39:A. empty B. deny C. sleepy D. hurry
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 40: The burglar might come back. You'd better change all the locks.
A. You'd better change all the locks in case the burglar comes back.
B. The burglar will come back unless you change all the locks.
C. If you don't change all the locks, the burglar could come back.
D. You'd better change all the locks or the burglar will come back.
Question 41: The student next to me kept glancing at me. That bothered me a lot.
A. The student next to me kept glancing at me bothered me a lot.
B. The student next to me kept glancing at me, that bothered me a lot.
C. The student next to me kept glancing at me, which bothered me a lot.
D. The student next to me kept glancing at me bothering me a lot.
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.
ON YOUR BIKE!
If you are getting ...(42)... up wasting time looking for parking spaces, my advice to you is to consider the bicycle as an
alternate means of transport. Cycling is probably the cheapest and healthiest way of getting ...(43)... in our congested city
centres. Although it is convenient and environmentally desirable, it can be unattractive choice on a cold windy morning.
It is much easier to get onto a nice warm bus or jump into your car, but the sight of cyclists as they weave their way in
and out of the traffic may fill you with ...(44)... as you sit waiting in yet another traffic jam. In spite of the fact that
worsening pollution is getting many people ...(45)..., causing more and more health problems, and while it is fashionable
to express one's approval of the environmentally safe bicycle, it is hard to deny the danger cyclists face in sharing the
road with cars. Although cycling is not as risky as it looks at first ...(46)..., there are more and more accidents involving
cyclists.
Question 42:A. fed B. angry C. irritated D. tired
Question 43:A. about B. through C. on D. over
Question 44:A. approval B. envy C. angry D. criticism
Question 45:A. together B. round C. over D. down
Question 46:A. look B. view C. sight D. point
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the
underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 47: He was killed in a tragic accident at the age of 24.
A. mysterious B. unhappy C. comic D. boring
Question 48: He decided to make Hanoi his permanent home.
A. frivolous B. solitary C. temporary D. intermittent
Mark the letter A, 8, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the
following exchanges.
Question 49: Lisa and Rachel are talking on the phone.
~ Lisa: "Would you like to go to the cinema with me tonight?" ~ Rachel: "............"
A. Yes, I'd love to. B. No, thanks. C. Sorry. D. Yes, please.
Question 50: Henry is talking to his mother.
~ Henry: "I've passed my driving test." ~ His mother: "............"
A. That's too bad. B. Congratulations! C. That's a good idea. D. All right.
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Mark(s) Mã Phách ……….

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.
ON YOUR BIKE!
If you are getting ...(1)... up wasting time looking for parking spaces, my advice to you is to consider the bicycle as an
alternate means of transport. Cycling is probably the cheapest and healthiest way of getting ...(2)... in our congested city
centres. Although it is convenient and environmentally desirable, it can be unattractive choice on a cold windy morning.
It is much easier to get onto a nice warm bus or jump into your car, but the sight of cyclists as they weave their way in
and out of the traffic may fill you with ...(3)... as you sit waiting in yet another traffic jam. In spite of the fact that
worsening pollution is getting many people ...(4)..., causing more and more health problems, and while it is fashionable
to express one's approval of the environmentally safe bicycle, it is hard to deny the danger cyclists face in sharing the
road with cars. Although cycling is not as risky as it looks at first ...(5)..., there are more and more accidents involving
cyclists.
Question 1:A. irritated B. tired C. angry D. fed
Question 2:A. through B. over C. on D. about
Question 3:A. angry B. criticism C. approval D. envy
Question 4:A. over B. round C. down D. together
Question 5:A. point B. view C. look D. sight
Mark the letter A, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the
following questions.
Question 6: He must have cancelled his e-mail account, as I can't get hold of him.
A. If no one is able to get in contact with him, he ought to get an e-mail account for himself.
B. He may have closed his e-mail account, but I won't know for sure until I get in touch with him.
C. Since I'm unable to get in contact with him, it seems certain that he's closed his e-mail account.
D. I must have got his e-mail address wrong, because he's not giving me any reply.
Question 7: "You must do what you are told," said the woman.
A. The woman said I should have done what I was told.
B. The woman said I should do what I was told.
C. The woman said that I must do what I was told.
D. The woman said that I had to do what I was told.
Question 8: Only customers with coupons may use the service.
A. Only rich customers can use the service with coupons.
B. The service is restricted to customers in possession of coupons.
C. The service is available for coupons only.
D. Only customers with coupons are service here.
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 9: Some underground water is enough safe to drink, but all surface water must be treated.
A. enough safe B. treated C. but D. Some
Question 10: Neither Russia nor the United States have been able to discover a mutually satisfactory plan for gradual
disarmament.
A. have been able B. nor C. mutually D. satisfactory plan
Question 11: Stars in our universe vary in temperature, colour, bright, size, and mass.
A. mass B. bright C. Stars D. vary
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.
Seeing adults - and children - who simply refuse to be unglued from their cellphones, no matter where they happen to
be, is very common. Cellphone users often seem to forget that others share the same planet, and the talkers can be
completely insensitive to those around them - to the noticeable annoyance of non-cellphone users.
Cellphones have saved lives, increased business opportunities, and kept friendships going, but they have also been
known to destroy the magic of the movies, make everyone at a restaurant turn around and stare, and bring many a
meeting to an abrupt halt. People have even been known to carry their mobile phones to funerals!
Your cellphone is undoubtedly very important to you because it keeps you in touch with the hundreds of urgent things
you have to do every day. If you are a frequent cellphone user, you will insist that these gadgets are, after all, supposed to
be anywhere - anytime phones. Isn't that why we call them mobile?
It is true that cellphones would not be of much use if you could not use them anywhere and anytime. And that is exactly
why most cellphones come with a host of features you can use to ensure that disturbance to others is kept to a minimum.
Even the most basic cellphones have a range of ring settings, with some sufficiently soft-toned not to annoy those around
you. Some phones vibrate or flash a light to alert you, and some let out quiet little beeps. The voice mail option allows
you to switch off and still no miss any calls or messages at all. So enjoy the benefits that cellphones bring, and at the
same time, show consideration for others.
Question 12: According to this passage, people who do not use cellphones.......
A. may be irritated by the noise created by cellphone users
B. do not permit their children to use cellphones either
C. are not disturbed by others' use of them
D. are sensitive to the needs of others
Question 13: Which feature allows cellphone users to be considerate of other people's needs?
A. Soft ringing or a flashing light indicates incoming calls.
B. You can leave messages on other people's cellphones.
C. The phone can be taken anywhere.
D. Calls can be received at any time.
Question 14: What is the main point of this passage?
A. Cellphones have great advantages, but users should be considerate.
B. Cellphones can be adjusted to minimize disturbance to other people.
C. People should not use cellphones unless it is necessary.
D. Cellphones are an essential part of modern life.
Question 15: Cellphones are beneficial because.......
A. people bring them everywhere. B. they enable people to manage their busy schedules.
C. they can be used during meetings D. they can be used while eating out
Question 16: According to the passage, what is the main advantage of cellphones?
A. They can be used in many different places and at any time. B. They are widely used
in business.
C. They have different ring settings. D. You can leave messages on them.
Question 17: The author seems to think that taking cellphones to funeral.......
A. is sometimes essential B. is fine because funeral is private
C. helps people to keep in touch D. shows a lack of respect
Question 18: The author mention movies and restaurants in paragraph 2 as examples of places where......
A. cellphones can be annoying. B. everyone uses cellphones.
C. cellphones are not permitted D. people have time to talk on cellphones
Question 19: The author thinks cellphones should be.......
A. used freely by children and adults B. used as little as possible
C. available for use at all times D. available for use at all times, with certain restrictions
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 20: He decided to make Hanoi his permanent home.
A. intermittent B. temporary C. solitary D. frivolous
Question 21: He was killed in a tragic accident at the age of 24.
A. mysterious B. unhappy C. comic D. boring
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following
questions.
Question 22: The doctor recommended that the patient......as soon as possible.
A. be operated B. is operated C. would be operated D. operated
Question 23: Her mother told her not to be too.......and advised her to try to do things herself.
A. dependence B. dependent C. depending D. independent
Question 24: Susan was alone in the house when the fire.........
A. broke out B. broke up C. broke away D. broke down
Question 25: We arrived......Ho Chi Minh City......9 p.m.......a hot summer day.
A. in - at - on B. on - of - on C. to - at - in D. at - in - in
Question 26: There is......horror movie on......TV tonight.
A. the - Ø B. Ø - Ø C. a - Ø D. a - the
Question 27: The planet Mercury......round the Sun every eighty-eight days.
A. travels B. has travelled C. travelled D. is travelling
Question 28: Jack has two elder brothers, ........are famous actors.
A. both of who B. both of them C. both of whom D. both of which
Question 29:.....you start, .....you will finish.
A. The sooner - the quicker B. The sooner - the quickly
C. The soon - the more quickly D. The sooner - the more quickly
Question 30: There is too.......bad news on TV tonight.
A. many B. a little C. a few D. much
Question 31: If I were you, I would take more......in my work.
A. pride B. solution C. confidence D. dedication
Question 32: You should seriously consider.......a dancer. You are such a great performer.
A. become B. to become C. will become D. becoming
Question 33: Not until now.......popularly recognized that man is destroying the environment.
A. it has become B. has it become C. does it become D. it becomes
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 34:A. empty B. sleepy C. hurry D. deny
Question 35:A. scholar B. chemist C. character D. charity
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 36:A. history B. conclusion C. computer D. musician
Question 37:A. career B. agree C. fourteen D. coffee
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.
Despite the fact that too much fat can be harmful, a moderate fat intake is actually essential to the maintenance of good
health. Some of the symptoms of fat deficiency include flaking skin, emaciation, reduced functioning of the immune
system, and fertility problems. Recent studies have linked fat-free diets to increased stress and aggression, and note that
those who try to eliminate fat completely from their food intake may be at risk for developing eating disorders: a small
amount of fat in a meal will produce a feeling of satiety which lasts much longer than the sensation of fullness produced
by protein or carbohydrates. At least two teaspoons of fat per day is needed in order for the digestive system to absorb
vitamins A, D, E and K, which are fat soluble. These vitamins are essential for healthy hair, skin, teeth, and eyes. Without
the ability to absorb these vitamins, children run the risk of developmental and neurological disorders. Adults need these
vitamins to manufacture fertility hormones.
Some types of fat actually help to reduce harmful cholesterol levels. Polyunsaturated fats such as corn, soybean, and
sesame oil, and monounsaturated fats like chicken fat and olive oil, seem to lower blood cholesterol, while saturated fats
- those found in red meat, dairy products, and tropical oils - seem to raise the level of the kind of cholesterol that
accumulates as plaques on arterial walls. Paying attention to the type of fat consumed is just as important as reducing
total fat intake.
Question 38: What did the paragraph preceding this passage most likely discuss?
A. methods of reducing one's percentage of dietary fat B. health problems linked to fat consumption
C. general health guidelines D. moderate fat intake
Question 39: The word "those" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. diets B. studies C. people D. scientists
Question 40: All of the following are mentioned as signs of fat deficiency EXCEPT.......
A. a feeling of satiety B. fertility problems C. flaky skin D. reduced immunity
Question 41: According to this passage, the most harmful type of fat would be found in.......
A. fish and vegetables B. corn oil and olive oil
C. steak and cheese D. chicken fried in soybean oil
Question 42: What is the author's main purpose in the passage?
A. To compare three kinds of cholesterol.
B. To discuss some positive aspects of dietary fat.
C. To prove that a low fat diet is inherently harmful.
D. To analyze recent studies linking fat intake to disease.
Question 43: The word "note" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. notice B. hope C. suggest D. prove
Question 44: The word "accumulates" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. creates B. serves C. takes over D. builds up
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 45: The burglar might come back. You'd better change all the locks.
A. You'd better change all the locks in case the burglar comes back.
B. The burglar will come back unless you change all the locks.
C. If you don't change all the locks, the burglar could come back.
D. You'd better change all the locks or the burglar will come back.
Question 46: The student next to me kept glancing at me. That bothered me a lot.
A. The student next to me kept glancing at me bothered me a lot.
B. The student next to me kept glancing at me bothering me a lot.
C. The student next to me kept glancing at me, that bothered me a lot.
D. The student next to me kept glancing at me, which bothered me a lot.
Mark the letter A, 8, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the
following exchanges.
Question 47: Lisa and Rachel are talking on the phone.
~ Lisa: "Would you like to go to the cinema with me tonight?" ~ Rachel: "............"
A. Yes, I'd love to. B. Yes, please. C. Sorry. D. No, thanks.
Question 48: Henry is talking to his mother.
~ Henry: "I've passed my driving test." ~ His mother: "............"
A. That's too bad. B. Congratulations! C. All right. D. That's a good idea.
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 49: While some bacteria are beneficial, others are harmful in that they cause disease.
A. dominant B. curative C. detrimental D. demanding
Question 50: Parsley is cultivated throughout much of the world.
A. cooked B. grown C. bought D. seen
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Mark(s) Mã Phách ……….

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the
other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Question 1:A. scholar B. charity C. chemist D. character
Question 2:A. hurry B. sleepy C. empty D. deny
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 3: Stars in our universe vary in temperature, colour, bright, size, and mass.
A. vary B. Stars C. mass D. bright
Question 4: Some underground water is enough safe to drink, but all surface water must be treated.
A. Some B. but C. treated D. enough safe
Question 5: Neither Russia nor the United States have been able to discover a mutually satisfactory plan for gradual
disarmament.
A. nor B. have been able C. satisfactory plan D. mutually
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 6:A. history B. musician C. conclusion D. computer
Question 7:A. agree B. career C. fourteen D. coffee
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following
questions.
Question 8: Not until now.......popularly recognized that man is destroying the environment.
A. it becomes B. it has become C. has it become D. does it become
Question 9:.....you start, .....you will finish.
A. The soon - the more quickly B. The sooner - the quickly
C. The sooner - the more quickly D. The sooner - the quicker
Question 10: We arrived......Ho Chi Minh City......9 p.m.......a hot summer day.
A. to - at - in B. at - in - in C. in - at - on D. on - of - on
Question 11: There is too.......bad news on TV tonight.
A. a little B. much C. many D. a few
Question 12: Susan was alone in the house when the fire.........
A. broke up B. broke away C. broke down D. broke out
Question 13: Jack has two elder brothers, ........are famous actors.
A. both of them B. both of who C. both of which D. both of whom
Question 14: There is......horror movie on......TV tonight.
A. Ø - Ø B. a - Ø C. a - the D. the - Ø
Question 15: Her mother told her not to be too.......and advised her to try to do things herself.
A. depending B. independent C. dependence D. dependent
Question 16: The doctor recommended that the patient......as soon as possible.
A. be operated B. operated C. is operated D. would be operated
Question 17: The planet Mercury......round the Sun every eighty-eight days.
A. has travelled B. travels C. travelled D. is travelling
Question 18: If I were you, I would take more......in my work.
A. confidence B. pride C. dedication D. solution
Question 19: You should seriously consider.......a dancer. You are such a great performer.
A. to become B. will become C. become D. becoming
Mark the letter A, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the
following questions.
Question 20: He must have cancelled his e-mail account, as I can't get hold of him.
A. Since I'm unable to get in contact with him, it seems certain that he's closed his e-mail account.
B. If no one is able to get in contact with him, he ought to get an e-mail account for himself.
C. He may have closed his e-mail account, but I won't know for sure until I get in touch with him.
D. I must have got his e-mail address wrong, because he's not giving me any reply.
Question 21: "You must do what you are told," said the woman.
A. The woman said I should have done what I was told.
B. The woman said I should do what I was told.
C. The woman said that I must do what I was told.
D. The woman said that I had to do what I was told.
Question 22: Only customers with coupons may use the service.
A. The service is restricted to customers in possession of coupons.
B. Only customers with coupons are service here.
C. The service is available for coupons only.
D. Only rich customers can use the service with coupons.
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 23: Parsley is cultivated throughout much of the world.
A. bought B. grown C. cooked D. seen
Question 24: While some bacteria are beneficial, others are harmful in that they cause disease.
A. detrimental B. curative C. dominant D. demanding
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.
Seeing adults - and children - who simply refuse to be unglued from their cellphones, no matter where they happen to
be, is very common. Cellphone users often seem to forget that others share the same planet, and the talkers can be
completely insensitive to those around them - to the noticeable annoyance of non-cellphone users.
Cellphones have saved lives, increased business opportunities, and kept friendships going, but they have also been
known to destroy the magic of the movies, make everyone at a restaurant turn around and stare, and bring many a
meeting to an abrupt halt. People have even been known to carry their mobile phones to funerals!
Your cellphone is undoubtedly very important to you because it keeps you in touch with the hundreds of urgent things
you have to do every day. If you are a frequent cellphone user, you will insist that these gadgets are, after all, supposed to
be anywhere - anytime phones. Isn't that why we call them mobile?
It is true that cellphones would not be of much use if you could not use them anywhere and anytime. And that is exactly
why most cellphones come with a host of features you can use to ensure that disturbance to others is kept to a minimum.
Even the most basic cellphones have a range of ring settings, with some sufficiently soft-toned not to annoy those around
you. Some phones vibrate or flash a light to alert you, and some let out quiet little beeps. The voice mail option allows
you to switch off and still no miss any calls or messages at all. So enjoy the benefits that cellphones bring, and at the
same time, show consideration for others.
Question 25: The author seems to think that taking cellphones to funeral.......
A. is sometimes essential B. is fine because funeral is private
C. shows a lack of respect D. helps people to keep in touch
Question 26: The author mention movies and restaurants in paragraph 2 as examples of places where......
A. people have time to talk on cellphones B. cellphones are not permitted
C. cellphones can be annoying. D. everyone uses cellphones.
Question 27: According to the passage, what is the main advantage of cellphones?
A. They have different ring settings. B. You can leave messages on them.
C. They are widely used in business. D. They can be used in many different places and at any
time.
Question 28: According to this passage, people who do not use cellphones.......
A. may be irritated by the noise created by cellphone users
B. do not permit their children to use cellphones either
C. are sensitive to the needs of others
D. are not disturbed by others' use of them
Question 29: The author thinks cellphones should be.......
A. used freely by children and adults B. available for use at all times
C. available for use at all times, with certain restrictions D. used as little as possible
Question 30: Cellphones are beneficial because.......
A. they enable people to manage their busy schedules. B. they can be used while eating out
C. people bring them everywhere. D. they can be used during meetings
Question 31: Which feature allows cellphone users to be considerate of other people's needs?
A. Soft ringing or a flashing light indicates incoming calls.
B. The phone can be taken anywhere.
C. Calls can be received at any time.
D. You can leave messages on other people's cellphones.
Question 32: What is the main point of this passage?
A. Cellphones have great advantages, but users should be considerate.
B. Cellphones are an essential part of modern life.
C. People should not use cellphones unless it is necessary.
D. Cellphones can be adjusted to minimize disturbance to other people.
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 33: He decided to make Hanoi his permanent home.
A. temporary B. intermittent C. solitary D. frivolous
Question 34: He was killed in a tragic accident at the age of 24.
A. unhappy B. comic C. boring D. mysterious
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 35: The student next to me kept glancing at me. That bothered me a lot.
A. The student next to me kept glancing at me bothering me a lot.
B. The student next to me kept glancing at me bothered me a lot.
C. The student next to me kept glancing at me, which bothered me a lot.
D. The student next to me kept glancing at me, that bothered me a lot.
Question 36: The burglar might come back. You'd better change all the locks.
A. If you don't change all the locks, the burglar could come back.
B. The burglar will come back unless you change all the locks.
C. You'd better change all the locks or the burglar will come back.
D. You'd better change all the locks in case the burglar comes back.
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.
ON YOUR BIKE!
If you are getting ...(37)... up wasting time looking for parking spaces, my advice to you is to consider the bicycle as an
alternate means of transport. Cycling is probably the cheapest and healthiest way of getting ...(38)... in our congested city
centres. Although it is convenient and environmentally desirable, it can be unattractive choice on a cold windy morning.
It is much easier to get onto a nice warm bus or jump into your car, but the sight of cyclists as they weave their way in
and out of the traffic may fill you with ...(39)... as you sit waiting in yet another traffic jam. In spite of the fact that
worsening pollution is getting many people ...(40)..., causing more and more health problems, and while it is fashionable
to express one's approval of the environmentally safe bicycle, it is hard to deny the danger cyclists face in sharing the
road with cars. Although cycling is not as risky as it looks at first ...(41)..., there are more and more accidents involving
cyclists.
Question 37:A. angry B. fed C. irritated D. tired
Question 38:A. through B. about C. on D. over
Question 39:A. envy B. approval C. criticism D. angry
Question 40:A. together B. down C. round D. over
Question 41:A. look B. view C. point D. sight
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.
Despite the fact that too much fat can be harmful, a moderate fat intake is actually essential to the maintenance of good
health. Some of the symptoms of fat deficiency include flaking skin, emaciation, reduced functioning of the immune
system, and fertility problems. Recent studies have linked fat-free diets to increased stress and aggression, and note that
those who try to eliminate fat completely from their food intake may be at risk for developing eating disorders: a small
amount of fat in a meal will produce a feeling of satiety which lasts much longer than the sensation of fullness produced
by protein or carbohydrates. At least two teaspoons of fat per day is needed in order for the digestive system to absorb
vitamins A, D, E and K, which are fat soluble. These vitamins are essential for healthy hair, skin, teeth, and eyes. Without
the ability to absorb these vitamins, children run the risk of developmental and neurological disorders. Adults need these
vitamins to manufacture fertility hormones.
Some types of fat actually help to reduce harmful cholesterol levels. Polyunsaturated fats such as corn, soybean, and
sesame oil, and monounsaturated fats like chicken fat and olive oil, seem to lower blood cholesterol, while saturated fats
- those found in red meat, dairy products, and tropical oils - seem to raise the level of the kind of cholesterol that
accumulates as plaques on arterial walls. Paying attention to the type of fat consumed is just as important as reducing
total fat intake.
Question 42: The word "note" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. prove B. hope C. suggest D. notice
Question 43: What did the paragraph preceding this passage most likely discuss?
A. methods of reducing one's percentage of dietary fat B. health problems linked to fat consumption
C. moderate fat intake D. general health guidelines
Question 44: What is the author's main purpose in the passage?
A. To compare three kinds of cholesterol.
B. To prove that a low fat diet is inherently harmful.
C. To analyze recent studies linking fat intake to disease.
D. To discuss some positive aspects of dietary fat.
Question 45: According to this passage, the most harmful type of fat would be found in.......
A. corn oil and olive oil B. steak and cheese
C. chicken fried in soybean oil D. fish and vegetables
Question 46: All of the following are mentioned as signs of fat deficiency EXCEPT.......
A. a feeling of satiety B. fertility problems C. flaky skin D. reduced immunity
Question 47: The word "those" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. scientists B. people C. diets D. studies
Question 48: The word "accumulates" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. creates B. takes over C. serves D. builds up
Mark the letter A, 8, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the
following exchanges.
Question 49: Lisa and Rachel are talking on the phone.
~ Lisa: "Would you like to go to the cinema with me tonight?" ~ Rachel: "............"
A. Yes, please. B. Sorry. C. No, thanks. D. Yes, I'd love to.
Question 50: Henry is talking to his mother.
~ Henry: "I've passed my driving test." ~ His mother: "............"
A. That's a good idea. B. All right. C. Congratulations! D. That's too bad.
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Mark(s) Mã Phách ……….

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the
other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Question 1:A. chemist B. charity C. character D. scholar
Question 2:A. empty B. hurry C. sleepy D. deny
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the
position of primary stress in each of the following questions.
Question 3:A. career B. fourteen C. coffee D. agree
Question 4:A. musician B. conclusion C. computer D. history
Mark the letter A, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the
following questions.
Question 5: He must have cancelled his e-mail account, as I can't get hold of him.
A. If no one is able to get in contact with him, he ought to get an e-mail account for himself.
B. He may have closed his e-mail account, but I won't know for sure until I get in touch with him.
C. I must have got his e-mail address wrong, because he's not giving me any reply.
D. Since I'm unable to get in contact with him, it seems certain that he's closed his e-mail account.
Question 6: Only customers with coupons may use the service.
A. The service is restricted to customers in possession of coupons.
B. Only rich customers can use the service with coupons.
C. The service is available for coupons only.
D. Only customers with coupons are service here.
Question 7: "You must do what you are told," said the woman.
A. The woman said that I must do what I was told.
B. The woman said that I had to do what I was told.
C. The woman said I should do what I was told.
D. The woman said I should have done what I was told.
Mark the letter A, 8, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the
following exchanges.
Question 8: Henry is talking to his mother.
~ Henry: "I've passed my driving test." ~ His mother: "............"
A. All right. B. That's too bad. C. Congratulations! D. That's a good idea.
Question 9: Lisa and Rachel are talking on the phone.
~ Lisa: "Would you like to go to the cinema with me tonight?" ~ Rachel: "............"
A. No, thanks. B. Sorry. C. Yes, please. D. Yes, I'd love to.
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 10: He decided to make Hanoi his permanent home.
A. solitary B. frivolous C. temporary D. intermittent
Question 11: He was killed in a tragic accident at the age of 24.
A. comic B. unhappy C. boring D. mysterious
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 12: The student next to me kept glancing at me. That bothered me a lot.
A. The student next to me kept glancing at me bothering me a lot.
B. The student next to me kept glancing at me, which bothered me a lot.
C. The student next to me kept glancing at me bothered me a lot.
D. The student next to me kept glancing at me, that bothered me a lot.
Question 13: The burglar might come back. You'd better change all the locks.
A. The burglar will come back unless you change all the locks.
B. You'd better change all the locks in case the burglar comes back.
C. If you don't change all the locks, the burglar could come back.
D. You'd better change all the locks or the burglar will come back.
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 14: While some bacteria are beneficial, others are harmful in that they cause disease.
A. demanding B. detrimental C. curative D. dominant
Question 15: Parsley is cultivated throughout much of the world.
A. grown B. bought C. cooked D. seen
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.
Seeing adults - and children - who simply refuse to be unglued from their cellphones, no matter where they happen to
be, is very common. Cellphone users often seem to forget that others share the same planet, and the talkers can be
completely insensitive to those around them - to the noticeable annoyance of non-cellphone users.
Cellphones have saved lives, increased business opportunities, and kept friendships going, but they have also been
known to destroy the magic of the movies, make everyone at a restaurant turn around and stare, and bring many a
meeting to an abrupt halt. People have even been known to carry their mobile phones to funerals!
Your cellphone is undoubtedly very important to you because it keeps you in touch with the hundreds of urgent things
you have to do every day. If you are a frequent cellphone user, you will insist that these gadgets are, after all, supposed to
be anywhere - anytime phones. Isn't that why we call them mobile?
It is true that cellphones would not be of much use if you could not use them anywhere and anytime. And that is exactly
why most cellphones come with a host of features you can use to ensure that disturbance to others is kept to a minimum.
Even the most basic cellphones have a range of ring settings, with some sufficiently soft-toned not to annoy those around
you. Some phones vibrate or flash a light to alert you, and some let out quiet little beeps. The voice mail option allows
you to switch off and still no miss any calls or messages at all. So enjoy the benefits that cellphones bring, and at the
same time, show consideration for others.
Question 16: The author seems to think that taking cellphones to funeral.......
A. shows a lack of respect B. is fine because funeral is private
C. helps people to keep in touch D. is sometimes essential
Question 17: Which feature allows cellphone users to be considerate of other people's needs?
A. You can leave messages on other people's cellphones.
B. Soft ringing or a flashing light indicates incoming calls.
C. Calls can be received at any time.
D. The phone can be taken anywhere.
Question 18: According to the passage, what is the main advantage of cellphones?
A. You can leave messages on them. B. They are widely used in business.
C. They can be used in many different places and at any time. D. They have different ring settings.
Question 19: According to this passage, people who do not use cellphones.......
A. do not permit their children to use cellphones either
B. are not disturbed by others' use of them
C. are sensitive to the needs of others
D. may be irritated by the noise created by cellphone users
Question 20: The author thinks cellphones should be.......
A. used freely by children and adults B. available for use at all times
C. used as little as possible D. available for use at all times, with certain restrictions
Question 21: What is the main point of this passage?
A. Cellphones can be adjusted to minimize disturbance to other people.
B. Cellphones are an essential part of modern life.
C. People should not use cellphones unless it is necessary.
D. Cellphones have great advantages, but users should be considerate.
Question 22: The author mention movies and restaurants in paragraph 2 as examples of places where......
A. cellphones can be annoying. B. cellphones are not permitted
C. everyone uses cellphones. D. people have time to talk on cellphones
Question 23: Cellphones are beneficial because.......
A. they enable people to manage their busy schedules. B. people bring them everywhere.
C. they can be used during meetings D. they can be used while eating out
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 24: Some underground water is enough safe to drink, but all surface water must be treated.
A. but B. enough safe C. treated D. Some
Question 25: Stars in our universe vary in temperature, colour, bright, size, and mass.
A. vary B. bright C. Stars D. mass
Question 26: Neither Russia nor the United States have been able to discover a mutually satisfactory plan for gradual
disarmament.
A. mutually B. nor C. satisfactory plan D. have been able
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.
ON YOUR BIKE!
If you are getting ...(27)... up wasting time looking for parking spaces, my advice to you is to consider the bicycle as an
alternate means of transport. Cycling is probably the cheapest and healthiest way of getting ...(28)... in our congested city
centres. Although it is convenient and environmentally desirable, it can be unattractive choice on a cold windy morning.
It is much easier to get onto a nice warm bus or jump into your car, but the sight of cyclists as they weave their way in
and out of the traffic may fill you with ...(29)... as you sit waiting in yet another traffic jam. In spite of the fact that
worsening pollution is getting many people ...(30)..., causing more and more health problems, and while it is fashionable
to express one's approval of the environmentally safe bicycle, it is hard to deny the danger cyclists face in sharing the
road with cars. Although cycling is not as risky as it looks at first ...(31)..., there are more and more accidents involving
cyclists.
Question 27:A. tired B. angry C. irritated D. fed
Question 28:A. on B. over C. through D. about
Question 29:A. approval B. envy C. angry D. criticism
Question 30:A. over B. down C. round D. together
Question 31:A. point B. look C. sight D. view
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following
questions.
Question 32: If I were you, I would take more......in my work.
A. confidence B. dedication C. solution D. pride
Question 33:.....you start, .....you will finish.
A. The sooner - the more quickly B. The sooner - the quickly
C. The soon - the more quickly D. The sooner - the quicker
Question 34: You should seriously consider.......a dancer. You are such a great performer.
A. become B. to become C. will become D. becoming
Question 35: Susan was alone in the house when the fire.........
A. broke up B. broke away C. broke down D. broke out
Question 36: The doctor recommended that the patient......as soon as possible.
A. would be operated B. be operated C. operated D. is operated
Question 37: There is......horror movie on......TV tonight.
A. a - Ø B. Ø - Ø C. the - Ø D. a - the
Question 38: Jack has two elder brothers, ........are famous actors.
A. both of which B. both of them C. both of whom D. both of who
Question 39: Not until now.......popularly recognized that man is destroying the environment.
A. it becomes B. does it become C. has it become D. it has become
Question 40: We arrived......Ho Chi Minh City......9 p.m.......a hot summer day.
A. in - at - on B. to - at - in C. on - of - on D. at - in - in
Question 41: There is too.......bad news on TV tonight.
A. much B. many C. a few D. a little
Question 42: The planet Mercury......round the Sun every eighty-eight days.
A. is travelling B. travels C. travelled D. has travelled
Question 43: Her mother told her not to be too.......and advised her to try to do things herself.
A. independent B. dependent C. depending D. dependence
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.
Despite the fact that too much fat can be harmful, a moderate fat intake is actually essential to the maintenance of good
health. Some of the symptoms of fat deficiency include flaking skin, emaciation, reduced functioning of the immune
system, and fertility problems. Recent studies have linked fat-free diets to increased stress and aggression, and note that
those who try to eliminate fat completely from their food intake may be at risk for developing eating disorders: a small
amount of fat in a meal will produce a feeling of satiety which lasts much longer than the sensation of fullness produced
by protein or carbohydrates. At least two teaspoons of fat per day is needed in order for the digestive system to absorb
vitamins A, D, E and K, which are fat soluble. These vitamins are essential for healthy hair, skin, teeth, and eyes. Without
the ability to absorb these vitamins, children run the risk of developmental and neurological disorders. Adults need these
vitamins to manufacture fertility hormones.
Some types of fat actually help to reduce harmful cholesterol levels. Polyunsaturated fats such as corn, soybean, and
sesame oil, and monounsaturated fats like chicken fat and olive oil, seem to lower blood cholesterol, while saturated fats
- those found in red meat, dairy products, and tropical oils - seem to raise the level of the kind of cholesterol that
accumulates as plaques on arterial walls. Paying attention to the type of fat consumed is just as important as reducing
total fat intake.
Question 44: What did the paragraph preceding this passage most likely discuss?
A. methods of reducing one's percentage of dietary fat B. moderate fat intake
C. general health guidelines D. health problems linked to fat consumption
Question 45: The word "accumulates" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. takes over B. creates C. serves D. builds up
Question 46: What is the author's main purpose in the passage?
A. To analyze recent studies linking fat intake to disease.
B. To discuss some positive aspects of dietary fat.
C. To prove that a low fat diet is inherently harmful.
D. To compare three kinds of cholesterol.
Question 47: According to this passage, the most harmful type of fat would be found in.......
A. corn oil and olive oil B. steak and cheese
C. fish and vegetables D. chicken fried in soybean oil
Question 48: The word "note" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. notice B. suggest C. prove D. hope
Question 49: The word "those" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. scientists B. diets C. people D. studies
Question 50: All of the following are mentioned as signs of fat deficiency EXCEPT.......
A. fertility problems B. reduced immunity C. flaky skin D. a feeling of satiety
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ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017
(Đề gồm có 04 trang) MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 784
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề

Mark(s) Mã Phách ……….

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.
Despite the fact that too much fat can be harmful, a moderate fat intake is actually essential to the maintenance of good
health. Some of the symptoms of fat deficiency include flaking skin, emaciation, reduced functioning of the immune
system, and fertility problems. Recent studies have linked fat-free diets to increased stress and aggression, and note that
those who try to eliminate fat completely from their food intake may be at risk for developing eating disorders: a small
amount of fat in a meal will produce a feeling of satiety which lasts much longer than the sensation of fullness produced
by protein or carbohydrates. At least two teaspoons of fat per day is needed in order for the digestive system to absorb
vitamins A, D, E and K, which are fat soluble. These vitamins are essential for healthy hair, skin, teeth, and eyes. Without
the ability to absorb these vitamins, children run the risk of developmental and neurological disorders. Adults need these
vitamins to manufacture fertility hormones.
Some types of fat actually help to reduce harmful cholesterol levels. Polyunsaturated fats such as corn, soybean, and
sesame oil, and monounsaturated fats like chicken fat and olive oil, seem to lower blood cholesterol, while saturated fats
- those found in red meat, dairy products, and tropical oils - seem to raise the level of the kind of cholesterol that
accumulates as plaques on arterial walls. Paying attention to the type of fat consumed is just as important as reducing
total fat intake.
Question 1: The word "accumulates" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. creates B. serves C. builds up D. takes over
Question 2: The word "note" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. hope B. suggest C. prove D. notice
Question 3: The word "those" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. studies B. diets C. people D. scientists
Question 4: What is the author's main purpose in the passage?
A. To compare three kinds of cholesterol.
B. To discuss some positive aspects of dietary fat.
C. To prove that a low fat diet is inherently harmful.
D. To analyze recent studies linking fat intake to disease.
Question 5: What did the paragraph preceding this passage most likely discuss?
A. moderate fat intake B. health problems linked to fat consumption
C. general health guidelines D. methods of reducing one's percentage of dietary fat
Question 6: According to this passage, the most harmful type of fat would be found in.......
A. corn oil and olive oil B. fish and vegetables
C. steak and cheese D. chicken fried in soybean oil
Question 7: All of the following are mentioned as signs of fat deficiency EXCEPT.......
A. flaky skin B. fertility problems C. reduced immunity D. a feeling of satiety
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 8:A. musician B. history C. conclusion D. computer
Question 9:A. career B. agree C. coffee D. fourteen
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.
ON YOUR BIKE!
If you are getting ...(10)... up wasting time looking for parking spaces, my advice to you is to consider the bicycle as an
alternate means of transport. Cycling is probably the cheapest and healthiest way of getting ...(11)... in our congested city
centres. Although it is convenient and environmentally desirable, it can be unattractive choice on a cold windy morning.
It is much easier to get onto a nice warm bus or jump into your car, but the sight of cyclists as they weave their way in
and out of the traffic may fill you with ...(12)... as you sit waiting in yet another traffic jam. In spite of the fact that
worsening pollution is getting many people ...(13)..., causing more and more health problems, and while it is fashionable
to express one's approval of the environmentally safe bicycle, it is hard to deny the danger cyclists face in sharing the
road with cars. Although cycling is not as risky as it looks at first ...(14)..., there are more and more accidents involving
cyclists.
Question 10:A. tired B. angry C. irritated D. fed
Question 11:A. through B. on C. over D. about
Question 12:A. approval B. criticism C. envy D. angry
Question 13:A. round B. down C. together D. over
Question 14:A. point B. view C. look D. sight
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 15: Some underground water is enough safe to drink, but all surface water must be treated.
A. treated B. but C. enough safe D. Some
Question 16: Neither Russia nor the United States have been able to discover a mutually satisfactory plan for gradual
disarmament.
A. mutually B. nor C. satisfactory plan D. have been able
Question 17: Stars in our universe vary in temperature, colour, bright, size, and mass.
A. mass B. vary C. bright D. Stars
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 18: He decided to make Hanoi his permanent home.
A. intermittent B. solitary C. frivolous D. temporary
Question 19: He was killed in a tragic accident at the age of 24.
A. unhappy B. boring C. mysterious D. comic
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following
questions.
Question 20: If I were you, I would take more......in my work.
A. confidence B. pride C. solution D. dedication
Question 21: There is......horror movie on......TV tonight.
A. a - Ø B. Ø - Ø C. a - the D. the - Ø
Question 22: We arrived......Ho Chi Minh City......9 p.m.......a hot summer day.
A. on - of - on B. at - in - in C. to - at - in D. in - at - on
Question 23: The doctor recommended that the patient......as soon as possible.
A. operated B. be operated C. would be operated D. is operated
Question 24: Susan was alone in the house when the fire.........
A. broke up B. broke down C. broke out D. broke away
Question 25: You should seriously consider.......a dancer. You are such a great performer.
A. will become B. becoming C. to become D. become
Question 26: Jack has two elder brothers, ........are famous actors.
A. both of them B. both of whom C. both of who D. both of which
Question 27: Not until now.......popularly recognized that man is destroying the environment.
A. does it become B. has it become C. it becomes D. it has become
Question 28: The planet Mercury......round the Sun every eighty-eight days.
A. travelled B. has travelled C. travels D. is travelling
Question 29: Her mother told her not to be too.......and advised her to try to do things herself.
A. depending B. dependence C. dependent D. independent
Question 30: There is too.......bad news on TV tonight.
A. much B. a few C. many D. a little
Question 31:.....you start, .....you will finish.
A. The soon - the more quickly B. The sooner - the more quickly
C. The sooner - the quickly D. The sooner - the quicker
Mark the letter A, 8, C, or D on your answer sheet 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. All right. C. That's a good idea. D. That's too bad.
Question 33: Lisa and Rachel are talking on the phone.
~ Lisa: "Would you like to go to the cinema with me tonight?" ~ Rachel: "............"
A. Yes, please. B. Yes, I'd love to. C. Sorry. D. No, thanks.
Mark the letter A, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the
following questions.
Question 34: He must have cancelled his e-mail account, as I can't get hold of him.
A. I must have got his e-mail address wrong, because he's not giving me any reply.
B. If no one is able to get in contact with him, he ought to get an e-mail account for himself.
C. Since I'm unable to get in contact with him, it seems certain that he's closed his e-mail account.
D. He may have closed his e-mail account, but I won't know for sure until I get in touch with him.
Question 35: Only customers with coupons may use the service.
A. Only rich customers can use the service with coupons.
B. The service is restricted to customers in possession of coupons.
C. Only customers with coupons are service here.
D. The service is available for coupons only.
Question 36: "You must do what you are told," said the woman.
A. The woman said I should do what I was told.
B. The woman said I should have done what I was told.
C. The woman said that I had to do what I was told.
D. The woman said that I must do what I was told.
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 37: The burglar might come back. You'd better change all the locks.
A. You'd better change all the locks in case the burglar comes back.
B. The burglar will come back unless you change all the locks.
C. You'd better change all the locks or the burglar will come back.
D. If you don't change all the locks, the burglar could come back.
Question 38: The student next to me kept glancing at me. That bothered me a lot.
A. The student next to me kept glancing at me, that bothered me a lot.
B. The student next to me kept glancing at me bothered me a lot.
C. The student next to me kept glancing at me bothering me a lot.
D. The student next to me kept glancing at me, which bothered me a lot.
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 39: Parsley is cultivated throughout much of the world.
A. grown B. bought C. seen D. cooked
Question 40: While some bacteria are beneficial, others are harmful in that they cause disease.
A. detrimental B. curative C. demanding D. dominant
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 41:A. charity B. chemist C. character D. scholar
Question 42:A. empty B. hurry C. sleepy D. deny
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.
Seeing adults - and children - who simply refuse to be unglued from their cellphones, no matter where they happen to
be, is very common. Cellphone users often seem to forget that others share the same planet, and the talkers can be
completely insensitive to those around them - to the noticeable annoyance of non-cellphone users.
Cellphones have saved lives, increased business opportunities, and kept friendships going, but they have also been
known to destroy the magic of the movies, make everyone at a restaurant turn around and stare, and bring many a
meeting to an abrupt halt. People have even been known to carry their mobile phones to funerals!
Your cellphone is undoubtedly very important to you because it keeps you in touch with the hundreds of urgent things
you have to do every day. If you are a frequent cellphone user, you will insist that these gadgets are, after all, supposed to
be anywhere - anytime phones. Isn't that why we call them mobile?
It is true that cellphones would not be of much use if you could not use them anywhere and anytime. And that is exactly
why most cellphones come with a host of features you can use to ensure that disturbance to others is kept to a minimum.
Even the most basic cellphones have a range of ring settings, with some sufficiently soft-toned not to annoy those around
you. Some phones vibrate or flash a light to alert you, and some let out quiet little beeps. The voice mail option allows
you to switch off and still no miss any calls or messages at all. So enjoy the benefits that cellphones bring, and at the
same time, show consideration for others.
Question 43: The author thinks cellphones should be.......
A. available for use at all times B. available for use at all times, with certain restrictions
C. used as little as possible D. used freely by children and adults
Question 44: According to the passage, what is the main advantage of cellphones?
A. They are widely used in business. B. They can be used in many different places and at any
time.
C. They have different ring settings. D. You can leave messages on them.
Question 45: The author seems to think that taking cellphones to funeral.......
A. helps people to keep in touch B. is fine because funeral is private
C. shows a lack of respect D. is sometimes essential
Question 46: The author mention movies and restaurants in paragraph 2 as examples of places where......
A. cellphones can be annoying. B. cellphones are not permitted
C. people have time to talk on cellphones D. everyone uses cellphones.
Question 47: According to this passage, people who do not use cellphones.......
A. do not permit their children to use cellphones either
B. are not disturbed by others' use of them
C. may be irritated by the noise created by cellphone users
D. are sensitive to the needs of others
Question 48: Cellphones are beneficial because.......
A. people bring them everywhere. B. they can be used during meetings
C. they can be used while eating out D. they enable people to manage their busy schedules.
Question 49: What is the main point of this passage?
A. Cellphones are an essential part of modern life.
B. Cellphones have great advantages, but users should be considerate.
C. People should not use cellphones unless it is necessary.
D. Cellphones can be adjusted to minimize disturbance to other people.
Question 50: Which feature allows cellphone users to be considerate of other people's needs?
A. Calls can be received at any time.
B. Soft ringing or a flashing light indicates incoming calls.
C. The phone can be taken anywhere.
D. You can leave messages on other people's cellphones.
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ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017
(Đề gồm có 04 trang) MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 583
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề

Mark(s) Mã Phách ……….

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the
other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Question 1:A. empty B. sleepy C. deny D. hurry
Question 2:A. scholar B. charity C. character D. chemist
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the
position of primary stress in each of the following questions.
Question 3:A. coffee B. career C. agree D. fourteen
Question 4:A. musician B. history C. conclusion D. computer
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of
the following questions.
Question 5: Stars in our universe vary in temperature, colour, bright, size, and mass.
A. vary B. mass C. Stars D. bright
Question 6: Neither Russia nor the United States have been able to discover a mutually satisfactory plan for gradual
disarmament.
A. nor B. mutually C. have been able D. satisfactory plan
Question 7: Some underground water is enough safe to drink, but all surface water must be treated.
A. Some B. but C. treated D. enough safe
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following
questions.
Question 8: Not until now.......popularly recognized that man is destroying the environment.
A. does it become B. has it become C. it becomes D. it has become
Question 9:.....you start, .....you will finish.
A. The soon - the more quickly B. The sooner - the quicker
C. The sooner - the quickly D. The sooner - the more quickly
Question 10: There is too.......bad news on TV tonight.
A. a little B. a few C. much D. many
Question 11: Her mother told her not to be too.......and advised her to try to do things herself.
A. independent B. depending C. dependent D. dependence
Question 12: The doctor recommended that the patient......as soon as possible.
A. would be operated B. be operated C. operated D. is operated
Question 13: If I were you, I would take more......in my work.
A. dedication B. pride C. solution D. confidence
Question 14: There is......horror movie on......TV tonight.
A. a - Ø B. Ø - Ø C. the - Ø D. a - the
Question 15: You should seriously consider.......a dancer. You are such a great performer.
A. will become B. to become C. become D. becoming
Question 16: The planet Mercury......round the Sun every eighty-eight days.
A. travels B. is travelling C. has travelled D. travelled
Question 17: Susan was alone in the house when the fire.........
A. broke up B. broke away C. broke down D. broke out
Question 18: Jack has two elder brothers, ........are famous actors.
A. both of which B. both of them C. both of who D. both of whom
Question 19: We arrived......Ho Chi Minh City......9 p.m.......a hot summer day.
A. on - of - on B. in - at - on C. to - at - in D. at - in - in
Mark the letter A, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the
following questions.
Question 20: Only customers with coupons may use the service.
A. The service is restricted to customers in possession of coupons.
B. Only customers with coupons are service here.
C. The service is available for coupons only.
D. Only rich customers can use the service with coupons.
Question 21: He must have cancelled his e-mail account, as I can't get hold of him.
A. He may have closed his e-mail account, but I won't know for sure until I get in touch with him.
B. If no one is able to get in contact with him, he ought to get an e-mail account for himself.
C. Since I'm unable to get in contact with him, it seems certain that he's closed his e-mail account.
D. I must have got his e-mail address wrong, because he's not giving me any reply.
Question 22: "You must do what you are told," said the woman.
A. The woman said I should have done what I was told.
B. The woman said that I had to do what I was told.
C. The woman said I should do what I was told.
D. The woman said that I must do what I was told.
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.
Despite the fact that too much fat can be harmful, a moderate fat intake is actually essential to the maintenance of good
health. Some of the symptoms of fat deficiency include flaking skin, emaciation, reduced functioning of the immune
system, and fertility problems. Recent studies have linked fat-free diets to increased stress and aggression, and note that
those who try to eliminate fat completely from their food intake may be at risk for developing eating disorders: a small
amount of fat in a meal will produce a feeling of satiety which lasts much longer than the sensation of fullness produced
by protein or carbohydrates. At least two teaspoons of fat per day is needed in order for the digestive system to absorb
vitamins A, D, E and K, which are fat soluble. These vitamins are essential for healthy hair, skin, teeth, and eyes. Without
the ability to absorb these vitamins, children run the risk of developmental and neurological disorders. Adults need these
vitamins to manufacture fertility hormones.
Some types of fat actually help to reduce harmful cholesterol levels. Polyunsaturated fats such as corn, soybean, and
sesame oil, and monounsaturated fats like chicken fat and olive oil, seem to lower blood cholesterol, while saturated fats
- those found in red meat, dairy products, and tropical oils - seem to raise the level of the kind of cholesterol that
accumulates as plaques on arterial walls. Paying attention to the type of fat consumed is just as important as reducing
total fat intake.
Question 23: What is the author's main purpose in the passage?
A. To compare three kinds of cholesterol.
B. To analyze recent studies linking fat intake to disease.
C. To discuss some positive aspects of dietary fat.
D. To prove that a low fat diet is inherently harmful.
Question 24: The word "accumulates" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. builds up B. takes over C. creates D. serves
Question 25: All of the following are mentioned as signs of fat deficiency EXCEPT.......
A. a feeling of satiety B. fertility problems C. flaky skin D. reduced immunity
Question 26: The word "those" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. people B. diets C. studies D. scientists
Question 27: According to this passage, the most harmful type of fat would be found in.......
A. fish and vegetables B. chicken fried in soybean oil
C. corn oil and olive oil D. steak and cheese
Question 28: The word "note" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. hope B. suggest C. notice D. prove
Question 29: What did the paragraph preceding this passage most likely discuss?
A. moderate fat intake B. general health guidelines
C. health problems linked to fat consumption D. methods of reducing one's percentage of dietary fat
Mark the letter A, 8, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the
following exchanges.
Question 30: 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. Congratulations! D. All right.
Question 31: Lisa and Rachel are talking on the phone.
~ Lisa: "Would you like to go to the cinema with me tonight?" ~ Rachel: "............"
A. Yes, please. B. Yes, I'd love to. C. No, thanks. D. Sorry.
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 32: While some bacteria are beneficial, others are harmful in that they cause disease.
A. dominant B. curative C. demanding D. detrimental
Question 33: Parsley is cultivated throughout much of the world.
A. bought B. cooked C. seen D. grown
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: The student next to me kept glancing at me. That bothered me a lot.
A. The student next to me kept glancing at me bothered me a lot.
B. The student next to me kept glancing at me, which bothered me a lot.
C. The student next to me kept glancing at me, that bothered me a lot.
D. The student next to me kept glancing at me bothering me a lot.
Question 35: The burglar might come back. You'd better change all the locks.
A. You'd better change all the locks or the burglar will come back.
B. You'd better change all the locks in case the burglar comes back.
C. The burglar will come back unless you change all the locks.
D. If you don't change all the locks, the burglar could come back.
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.
ON YOUR BIKE!
If you are getting ...(36)... up wasting time looking for parking spaces, my advice to you is to consider the bicycle as an
alternate means of transport. Cycling is probably the cheapest and healthiest way of getting ...(37)... in our congested city
centres. Although it is convenient and environmentally desirable, it can be unattractive choice on a cold windy morning.
It is much easier to get onto a nice warm bus or jump into your car, but the sight of cyclists as they weave their way in
and out of the traffic may fill you with ...(38)... as you sit waiting in yet another traffic jam. In spite of the fact that
worsening pollution is getting many people ...(39)..., causing more and more health problems, and while it is fashionable
to express one's approval of the environmentally safe bicycle, it is hard to deny the danger cyclists face in sharing the
road with cars. Although cycling is not as risky as it looks at first ...(40)..., there are more and more accidents involving
cyclists.
Question 36:A. irritated B. angry C. fed D. tired
Question 37:A. over B. through C. about D. on
Question 38:A. criticism B. envy C. angry D. approval
Question 39:A. down B. round C. together D. over
Question 40:A. view B. sight C. look D. point
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 41: He was killed in a tragic accident at the age of 24.
A. unhappy B. mysterious C. comic D. boring
Question 42: He decided to make Hanoi his permanent home.
A. frivolous B. solitary C. intermittent D. temporary
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.
Seeing adults - and children - who simply refuse to be unglued from their cellphones, no matter where they happen to
be, is very common. Cellphone users often seem to forget that others share the same planet, and the talkers can be
completely insensitive to those around them - to the noticeable annoyance of non-cellphone users.
Cellphones have saved lives, increased business opportunities, and kept friendships going, but they have also been
known to destroy the magic of the movies, make everyone at a restaurant turn around and stare, and bring many a
meeting to an abrupt halt. People have even been known to carry their mobile phones to funerals!
Your cellphone is undoubtedly very important to you because it keeps you in touch with the hundreds of urgent things
you have to do every day. If you are a frequent cellphone user, you will insist that these gadgets are, after all, supposed to
be anywhere - anytime phones. Isn't that why we call them mobile?
It is true that cellphones would not be of much use if you could not use them anywhere and anytime. And that is exactly
why most cellphones come with a host of features you can use to ensure that disturbance to others is kept to a minimum.
Even the most basic cellphones have a range of ring settings, with some sufficiently soft-toned not to annoy those around
you. Some phones vibrate or flash a light to alert you, and some let out quiet little beeps. The voice mail option allows
you to switch off and still no miss any calls or messages at all. So enjoy the benefits that cellphones bring, and at the
same time, show consideration for others.
Question 43: Which feature allows cellphone users to be considerate of other people's needs?
A. The phone can be taken anywhere.
B. Calls can be received at any time.
C. You can leave messages on other people's cellphones.
D. Soft ringing or a flashing light indicates incoming calls.
Question 44: The author thinks cellphones should be.......
A. available for use at all times B. used as little as possible
C. used freely by children and adults D. available for use at all times, with certain restrictions
Question 45: The author mention movies and restaurants in paragraph 2 as examples of places where......
A. cellphones can be annoying. B. people have time to talk on cellphones
C. everyone uses cellphones. D. cellphones are not permitted
Question 46: According to this passage, people who do not use cellphones.......
A. are sensitive to the needs of others
B. are not disturbed by others' use of them
C. may be irritated by the noise created by cellphone users
D. do not permit their children to use cellphones either
Question 47: The author seems to think that taking cellphones to funeral.......
A. helps people to keep in touch B. is fine because funeral is private
C. shows a lack of respect D. is sometimes essential
Question 48: What is the main point of this passage?
A. Cellphones can be adjusted to minimize disturbance to other people.
B. Cellphones are an essential part of modern life.
C. Cellphones have great advantages, but users should be considerate.
D. People should not use cellphones unless it is necessary.
Question 49: Cellphones are beneficial because.......
A. people bring them everywhere. B. they can be used while eating out
C. they enable people to manage their busy schedules. D. they can be used during meetings
Question 50: According to the passage, what is the main advantage of cellphones?
A. They have different ring settings. B. You can leave messages on them.
C. They are widely used in business. D. They can be used in many different places and at any
time.
SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC NĂM HỌC 2016- 2017
(Đề gồm có 04 trang) MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ MÃ ĐỀ 636
Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề

Mark(s) Mã Phách ……….

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the
other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Question 1:A. chemist B. character C. charity D. scholar
Question 2:A. sleepy B. deny C. hurry D. empty
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.
Despite the fact that too much fat can be harmful, a moderate fat intake is actually essential to the maintenance of good
health. Some of the symptoms of fat deficiency include flaking skin, emaciation, reduced functioning of the immune
system, and fertility problems. Recent studies have linked fat-free diets to increased stress and aggression, and note that
those who try to eliminate fat completely from their food intake may be at risk for developing eating disorders: a small
amount of fat in a meal will produce a feeling of satiety which lasts much longer than the sensation of fullness produced
by protein or carbohydrates. At least two teaspoons of fat per day is needed in order for the digestive system to absorb
vitamins A, D, E and K, which are fat soluble. These vitamins are essential for healthy hair, skin, teeth, and eyes. Without
the ability to absorb these vitamins, children run the risk of developmental and neurological disorders. Adults need these
vitamins to manufacture fertility hormones.
Some types of fat actually help to reduce harmful cholesterol levels. Polyunsaturated fats such as corn, soybean, and
sesame oil, and monounsaturated fats like chicken fat and olive oil, seem to lower blood cholesterol, while saturated fats
- those found in red meat, dairy products, and tropical oils - seem to raise the level of the kind of cholesterol that
accumulates as plaques on arterial walls. Paying attention to the type of fat consumed is just as important as reducing
total fat intake.
Question 3: What did the paragraph preceding this passage most likely discuss?
A. general health guidelines B. health problems linked to fat consumption
C. methods of reducing one's percentage of dietary fat D. moderate fat intake
Question 4: All of the following are mentioned as signs of fat deficiency EXCEPT.......
A. flaky skin B. reduced immunity C. a feeling of satiety D. fertility problems
Question 5: The word "accumulates" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. builds up B. takes over C. creates D. serves
Question 6: According to this passage, the most harmful type of fat would be found in.......
A. fish and vegetables B. steak and cheese
C. chicken fried in soybean oil D. corn oil and olive oil
Question 7: What is the author's main purpose in the passage?
A. To compare three kinds of cholesterol.
B. To prove that a low fat diet is inherently harmful.
C. To analyze recent studies linking fat intake to disease.
D. To discuss some positive aspects of dietary fat.
Question 8: The word "note" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. prove B. suggest C. notice D. hope
Question 9: The word "those" in the passage is closest in meaning to.......
A. studies B. people C. scientists D. diets
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: The burglar might come back. You'd better change all the locks.
A. You'd better change all the locks or the burglar will come back.
B. The burglar will come back unless you change all the locks.
C. You'd better change all the locks in case the burglar comes back.
D. If you don't change all the locks, the burglar could come back.
Question 11: The student next to me kept glancing at me. That bothered me a lot.
A. The student next to me kept glancing at me bothering me a lot.
B. The student next to me kept glancing at me, which bothered me a lot.
C. The student next to me kept glancing at me bothered me a lot.
D. The student next to me kept glancing at me, that bothered me a lot.
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: Parsley is cultivated throughout much of the world.
A. seen B. bought C. grown D. cooked
Question 13: While some bacteria are beneficial, others are harmful in that they cause disease.
A. curative B. demanding C. detrimental D. dominant
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.
Seeing adults - and children - who simply refuse to be unglued from their cellphones, no matter where they happen to
be, is very common. Cellphone users often seem to forget that others share the same planet, and the talkers can be
completely insensitive to those around them - to the noticeable annoyance of non-cellphone users.
Cellphones have saved lives, increased business opportunities, and kept friendships going, but they have also been
known to destroy the magic of the movies, make everyone at a restaurant turn around and stare, and bring many a
meeting to an abrupt halt. People have even been known to carry their mobile phones to funerals!
Your cellphone is undoubtedly very important to you because it keeps you in touch with the hundreds of urgent things
you have to do every day. If you are a frequent cellphone user, you will insist that these gadgets are, after all, supposed to
be anywhere - anytime phones. Isn't that why we call them mobile?
It is true that cellphones would not be of much use if you could not use them anywhere and anytime. And that is exactly
why most cellphones come with a host of features you can use to ensure that disturbance to others is kept to a minimum.
Even the most basic cellphones have a range of ring settings, with some sufficiently soft-toned not to annoy those around
you. Some phones vibrate or flash a light to alert you, and some let out quiet little beeps. The voice mail option allows
you to switch off and still no miss any calls or messages at all. So enjoy the benefits that cellphones bring, and at the
same time, show consideration for others.
Question 14: The author seems to think that taking cellphones to funeral.......
A. shows a lack of respect B. is sometimes essential
C. is fine because funeral is private D. helps people to keep in touch
Question 15: The author mention movies and restaurants in paragraph 2 as examples of places where......
A. cellphones are not permitted B. people have time to talk on cellphones
C. cellphones can be annoying. D. everyone uses cellphones.
Question 16: What is the main point of this passage?
A. Cellphones can be adjusted to minimize disturbance to other people.
B. People should not use cellphones unless it is necessary.
C. Cellphones are an essential part of modern life.
D. Cellphones have great advantages, but users should be considerate.
Question 17: According to this passage, people who do not use cellphones.......
A. are sensitive to the needs of others
B. are not disturbed by others' use of them
C. do not permit their children to use cellphones either
D. may be irritated by the noise created by cellphone users
Question 18: According to the passage, what is the main advantage of cellphones?
A. They have different ring settings. B. You can leave messages on them.
C. They can be used in many different places and at any time. D. They are widely used in business.
Question 19: The author thinks cellphones should be.......
A. available for use at all times, with certain restrictions B. used freely by children and adults
C. available for use at all times D. used as little as possible
Question 20: Which feature allows cellphone users to be considerate of other people's needs?
A. You can leave messages on other people's cellphones.
B. The phone can be taken anywhere.
C. Soft ringing or a flashing light indicates incoming calls.
D. Calls can be received at any time.
Question 21: Cellphones are beneficial because.......
A. they enable people to manage their busy schedules. B. they can be used while eating out
C. they can be used during meetings D. people bring them everywhere.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following
questions.
Question 22: Jack has two elder brothers, ........are famous actors.
A. both of whom B. both of them C. both of who D. both of which
Question 23:.....you start, .....you will finish.
A. The sooner - the quicker B. The soon - the more quickly
C. The sooner - the quickly D. The sooner - the more quickly
Question 24: If I were you, I would take more......in my work.
A. solution B. pride C. dedication D. confidence
Question 25: We arrived......Ho Chi Minh City......9 p.m.......a hot summer day.
A. in - at - on B. to - at - in C. on - of - on D. at - in - in
Question 26: Not until now.......popularly recognized that man is destroying the environment.
A. has it become B. does it become C. it has become D. it becomes
Question 27: You should seriously consider.......a dancer. You are such a great performer.
A. to become B. becoming C. become D. will become
Question 28: The doctor recommended that the patient......as soon as possible.
A. is operated B. would be operated C. be operated D. operated
Question 29: Her mother told her not to be too.......and advised her to try to do things herself.
A. dependence B. independent C. dependent D. depending
Question 30: There is......horror movie on......TV tonight.
A. a - the B. Ø - Ø C. the - Ø D. a - Ø
Question 31: There is too.......bad news on TV tonight.
A. a few B. many C. much D. a little
Question 32: The planet Mercury......round the Sun every eighty-eight days.
A. travelled B. travels C. has travelled D. is travelling
Question 33: Susan was alone in the house when the fire.........
A. broke out B. broke away C. broke down D. broke up
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 34: Neither Russia nor the United States have been able to discover a mutually satisfactory plan for gradual
disarmament.
A. mutually B. satisfactory plan C. have been able D. nor
Question 35: Stars in our universe vary in temperature, colour, bright, size, and mass.
A. Stars B. vary C. bright D. mass
Question 36: Some underground water is enough safe to drink, but all surface water must be treated.
A. treated B. but C. enough safe D. Some
Mark the letter A, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the
following questions.
Question 37: He must have cancelled his e-mail account, as I can't get hold of him.
A. He may have closed his e-mail account, but I won't know for sure until I get in touch with him.
B. Since I'm unable to get in contact with him, it seems certain that he's closed his e-mail account.
C. I must have got his e-mail address wrong, because he's not giving me any reply.
D. If no one is able to get in contact with him, he ought to get an e-mail account for himself.
Question 38: Only customers with coupons may use the service.
A. Only customers with coupons are service here.
B. The service is available for coupons only.
C. The service is restricted to customers in possession of coupons.
D. Only rich customers can use the service with coupons.
Question 39: "You must do what you are told," said the woman.
A. The woman said I should have done what I was told.
B. The woman said that I had to do what I was told.
C. The woman said I should do what I was told.
D. The woman said that I must do what I was told.
Mark the letter A, 8, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the
following exchanges.
Question 40: Lisa and Rachel are talking on the phone.
~ Lisa: "Would you like to go to the cinema with me tonight?" ~ Rachel: "............"
A. No, thanks. B. Yes, please. C. Yes, I'd love to. D. Sorry.
Question 41: 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!
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.
ON YOUR BIKE!
If you are getting ...(42)... up wasting time looking for parking spaces, my advice to you is to consider the bicycle as an
alternate means of transport. Cycling is probably the cheapest and healthiest way of getting ...(43)... in our congested city
centres. Although it is convenient and environmentally desirable, it can be unattractive choice on a cold windy morning.
It is much easier to get onto a nice warm bus or jump into your car, but the sight of cyclists as they weave their way in
and out of the traffic may fill you with ...(44)... as you sit waiting in yet another traffic jam. In spite of the fact that
worsening pollution is getting many people ...(45)..., causing more and more health problems, and while it is fashionable
to express one's approval of the environmentally safe bicycle, it is hard to deny the danger cyclists face in sharing the
road with cars. Although cycling is not as risky as it looks at first ...(46)..., there are more and more accidents involving
cyclists.
Question 42:A. tired B. angry C. irritated D. fed
Question 43:A. through B. over C. on D. about
Question 44:A. approval B. angry C. envy D. criticism
Question 45:A. over B. together C. down D. round
Question 46:A. point B. look C. sight D. view
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 47:A. computer B. conclusion C. history D. musician
Question 48:A. fourteen B. coffee C. agree D. career
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: He was killed in a tragic accident at the age of 24.
A. comic B. unhappy C. boring D. mysterious
Question 50: He decided to make Hanoi his permanent home.
A. intermittent B. frivolous C. temporary D. solitary