Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Question 1: A. talks B. takes C. decides D. completes Question 2: A. honest B. home C. vehicles D. heiress
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress in each of the following questions.
Question 3: A. solidarity B. organize C. represent D. academic
Question 4: A. development B. cooperation C. surprisingly D. facility
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 5: The film Kong: Skull Island, …………..in Quang Binh, Ninh Binh, and Quang Ninh provinces last year, has been drawing a lot of attention from the public.
A. shot B. shooting C. to shoot D. to be shot
Question 6: Air ………...in Hanoi is worsening and has reached dangerous levels this week. A. pollution B. pollutants C. polluted D. polluteness
Question 7:The Foreign Ministries of Vietnam and Mexico agreed ………measures to boost the bilateral cooperation between the two nations.
A. to take B. taking C. to be taken D. being taken Question 8: If you need to……..the teacher’s attention, just put your hand up.
A. pull B. attract C. capture D. draw
Question 9: When I arrived on the spot, I found out that I …………. the heavy gas bottle on my back because the campsite now had electric cookers.
A. didn’t need carry B. needn’t have carried C. didn’t need to carry D. might not have carried
Question 10: The press puts ………. on the police forces who were unable to cope with the crowd of hooligans.
A. fault B. charge C. blame D. guilt
Question 11: If people drove more carefully, there………….so many accidents on the road. A. would not be B. will not be C. wouldn’t have been D. aren’t
A. sent B. devoted C. promoted D. appreciated
Question 13: The other party has raised a number of ... to the reforms in the tax system.
A. problems B. objections C. difficulties D. complaints
Question 14: Since the beginning of 2017, A/H5N1 ………in farms in the southern provinces of Bac Lieu, An Giang and central Nghe An province.
A. has been spotted B. is being spotted C. was spotted D. had been spotted Question 15: The old lady's savings were considerable as she had …………..a little money each week.
A. put by B. put in C. put apart D. put down
Question 16: The increase from 5 million to 350 million speakers of English has not ... because of any special merits in the language itself.
A. come to B. come up C. come about D. come forward
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct response to each of the following exchanges.
Question 17: Charlie Puth and Selena are talking about their summer plan.
Charlie Puth: - “Would you like to join our volunteer group this summer?” - Selena: - “…………..” A. Do you think I would? B. I wouldn’t. Thank you.
C. Yes, you’re a good friend. D. Yes, I’d love to. Thanks. Question 18: John is helping Mary to prepare for her coming presentation.
John: “Don’t you need this note for your presentation?” Mary: - “…………..”
A.Thanks, I almost forgot about it B. Actually, there was nobody present C. No, I didn’t take notes during the speech D. You can say that again.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) SIMILAR in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 19: Around 150 B.C. the Greek astronomer Hipparchus developed a system to classify stars according to brightness.
A. shine B. record C. categorize D. diversify
Question 20: No other newspaper columnist has managed as yet to rival Ann Landers’ popularity in terms of readership.
A. though B. in spite of this C. even D. so far
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 21: The disease has been eradicated from the Western world through the use of vaccines. A. got rid of B. indicated C. distinguished D. created
Question 22: Trudy felt at ease although she spoke in public for the first time.
A. felt uncomfortable and embarrassed B. felt confident and excited
C. felt challenged and inopportune D. felt nausea and dizzy
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 23: Right after Helen went out for tea, David came by her house. A No sooner had Helen went out for tea then David came by her house. B Hardly had Helen went out for tea than David came by her house. C No sooner had Helen went out for tea when David came by her house. D Hardly had Helen gone out for tea when David came by her house. Question 24: She said, “John, I’ll show you round my city when you’re here.”
C. She planned to show John round her city. D. She organized a trip round her city for John. Question 25: It is expected that tax increases will be announced in tomorrow’s budget.
A. Tax increases are expected to be announced in tomorrow’s budget. B. They expected that tax will be increased in tomorrow’s budget. C. Tax increases is expected to announced in tomorrow’s budget. D. They expect that tax increases are announced in tomorrow’s budget
Question 26: He felt very tired. However, he was determined to continue to climb up the moutain. A. He felt so tired that he was determined to continue to climb up the mountain.
B. Feeling very tired, he was determined to continue to climb up the mountain.
C. As the result of his tiredness, he was determined to continue to climb up the mountain. D. Tired as he might feel, he was determined to continue to climb up the mountain.
Question 27: It was raining. That’s the only reason I didn’t take the children to the beach. A. If it hadn’t been raining, I would take the children to the beach.
B. But for it raining, I would take the children to the beach.
C. It was raining; otherwise I would have taken the children to the beach. D. It was raining so hard that I couldn’t take the children to the beach.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.
. . It has been common practice in recent years for a man to buy his fiancée a diamond to (28) …………. their engagement. Diamond rings have been bought by the aristocracy since the beginning of the century, but until the 1950’s they were considered an expensive and unnecessary accessory for a working- class wedding. (29)…..…………., it was around this time that De Beers, the biggest producers of diamonds in the world, decided that they needed to extend their market. As a (30)…………., they launched an advertising campaign which was (31)...………….at couples with a slightly smaller budget. It was one of the most successful campaigns in the company’s history. For this campaign, the advertisers wanted to sell the idea that, although diamonds are an expensive luxury, they are also the (32) ………….of everlasting love. Thus a diamond engagement ring was supposed to signify the husband’s lifelong devotion to his wife.
Question 28: A. prove B. notice C. show D. mark
Question 29: A. Although B. However C. While D. When Question 30: A. fact B. result C. conclusion D. reaction
Question 31: A. aimed B. pointed C. guided D. led
Question 32: A. post B. signal C. fact D. symbol
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
Whether one is awake or asleep, the brain emits electrical waves. These waves occur in predictable sleep cycles that can be measured with an electroencephalograph, known more commonly as an EEG. During wakefulness, the waves are recorded at about ten small waves per second, but with the onset of sleep, the waves become larger and slower. The largest, slowest waves occur during the first three hours of sleep when mental activity slows down but does not stop. In fact, if awakened from slow-wave sleep, a person can often remember vague thoughts that occurred during that period of sleep, but the sleeper does not generally dream. Referred to as NREM or non-REM sleep, it is characterized by large, slow waves.
During sleep, intervals of small, fast waves also occur in patterns similar to those experienced while awake. The eyes move rapidly, and it appears to the observer that the sleeper is watching some event. Sleepers who are awakened during this rapid-eye-movement sleep will often recall the details of dreams they have been having. Sleep of this kind is called dreaming sleep or rapid-eye-movement sleep, also known as REM sleep. REM sleep is emotionally charged. The heart beats irregularly, and blood pressure may be elevated. In contrast, the body is so still that the dreamer may appear to be paralyzed.
between each one. Later instances of REM sleep are usually of longer duration than are instances earlier in the eight-hour period.
Since people who suffer sleep deprivation experience fatigue, irritability, and loss of concentration, we must conclude that sleep is essential because in some way it regenerates the brain and the nervous system. NREM sleep increases after physical exertion, whereas REM sleep tends to increase after a stressful day. Studies suggest that non-REM sleep may be especially helpful in restoring muscle control, whereas REM sleep may be more important in revitalizing mental activity. It appears that both kinds of sleep are necessary, and the recuperation of sleep of one kind will not compensate for a lack of the other kind of sleep.
Question 33: What is the author’s main purpose in the passage?
A. To describe REM sleep B. To explain sleep deprivation
C. To discuss the two types of sleep D. To recommend an increase in the number of hours of sleep
Question 34: The word “vague” in line 4 could best be replaced by
A. familiar B. indefinite C. unpleasant D. detailed Question 35: How many times per night do most sleepers experience REM sleep?
A. Eight B. Three to five C. Five to thirty D. Ninety Question 36: The word “essential” is closest in meaning to
A. planned B. natural C. interesting D. necessary Question 37: Which response is NOT typical of REM sleep?
A. Irregular heartbeat B. Dreams and visions C. Movements in arms and legs D. Higher blood pressure Question 38: The word “it” refers to
A. deprivation B. the brain C. sleep D. concentration
Question 39: What does sleeplessness result in ?
A. tiredness, irritability, and loss of concentration B. fatigue, worry and loss of attention C. tiredness, irritability and concentration D. fatigue, irritability and concentration
Question 40: It can be inferred from the passage that students who are writing term papers A. require slow-wave sleep to increase mental activity
B. can stay up all night working and recover the sleep they need by sleeping for a few hours the next afternoon.
C. need REM sleep to restore mental functioning
D. do not need as much sleep because of the heightened brain waves involved in creative activity.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.
Question 41: As every other nation, the United States used to define its unit of currency, the dollars, in terms
A B C D of the gold standard
Question 42: Society uses such human emotions as proud, shame, guilt, and fear to maintain itself. A B C D
Question43: The number of women earning Master's Degrees have risen sharply in recent years. A B C D
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
enjoyed the same level of success in negotiation in an international arena as have their foreign counterparts.
Negotiating is the process of communicating back and forth for the purpose of reaching an agreement. It involves persuasion and compromise, but in order to participate in either one, the negotiators must understand the ways in which people are persuaded and how compromise is reached within the culture of the negotiation.
In many international business negotiations abroad, Americans are perceived as wealthy and impersonal, it often appears to the foreign negotiator that the American represents a large multimillion- dollar corporation that can afford to pay the price without bargaining further. The American negotiator's role becomes that of an impersonal purveyor of information and cash, an image that succeeds only in undermining the negotiation.
In studies of American negotiators abroad, several traits have been identified that may serve to confirm this stereotypical perception, while subverting the negotiator’s position. Two traits in particular that cause cross-cultural misunderstanding are directness and impatience on the part of the American negotiator. Furthermore, American negotiators often insist on realizing short-term goals.
Foreign negotiators, on the other hand, may value the relationship established between negotiators and may be willing to invest time in it for long-term benefits. In order to solidify the relationship, they may opt for indirect interactions without regard for the time involved in getting to know the other negotiator.
Clearly, perceptions and differences in values affect the outcomes of negotiations and the success of negotiators. For Americans to play a more effective role in international business negotiations, they must put forth more effort to improve cross-cultural understanding.
Question 44: What is the author’s main point?
A. Negotiation is the process of reaching an agreement. B. Foreign languages are important for international business.
C. Foreign perceptions of American negotiators are based on stereotypes. D. American negotiators need to learn more about other cultures.
Question 45: What does the author mean by the statement in lines 2-4: “Americans, however, have not been well trained in either area and, consequently, have not enjoyed the same level of success in negotiation in an international arena as have their foreign
A. Training is not available for Americans who must interact in international negotiations. B. Foreign businesspersons negotiate less effectively than Americans because of their training.
C. Because their training is not as good, Americans are less successful as negotiators than their international counterparts.
D. Foreign businesspersons do not like to negotiate with Americans, who are not well trained.
Question 46: According to the author, what is the purpose of negotiation?
A. To undermine the other negotiator’s position B. To communicate back and forth C. To reach an agreement D. To understand the culture of the negotiators
Question 47: The word "undermining” is closest in meaning to
A. making known B. making clear C. making brief D. making weak Question 48: The word "that” refers to
A. bargaining B. role C. corporation D. price Question 49: According to the passage, how can American businesspersons improve their negotiation skills?
A.By living in a foreign culture B. By getting to know the negotiators C.By compromising more often D. By explaining the goals more clearly Question 50: The American negotiator is described as all of the following EXCEPT
TRƯỜNG THPT CHUYÊN PHAN BỘI CHÂU
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ĐÁP ÁN ĐỀ THI THỬ THPT QUỐC GIA, LẦN 3 NĂM 2017
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