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 SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ THI THỬ KỲ THI THPT QUỐC GIA NĂM 2017
 ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC Môn: TIẾNG ANH
 (Đề thi có 03 trang) Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề Mã Để 995
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.
Question 1: A. delicacy	B. deficiency 	C. conference	D. reference
Question 2: A. communist B. committee	C. comedian	D. completion
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 03 to 14.
Question 3: It..me as strange that my front door was open when I got home.
A. seemed	B. occurred	C. appeared	D. struck 
Question 4: It is possiblemay assist some trees in saving water in the winter.
A. to lose leaves	B. the leaves are lost
C. that the loss of leaves 	D. when leaves have lost
Question 5: ..to get through to Jackie for days now. Either she’s away or her phone’s out of order.
A. I’m trying	B. I had tried	C. I tried	D. I’ve been trying 
Question 6: many gases, including the nitrogen and oxgen in the air, colour and odour.
A. not having	B. they do not have	C. have no	D. which have no 
Question 7: A partnership is an association of two or more individuals who..together to develop a business.
A. they work	B. is working	C. worked	D. work 
Question 8: Mary walked away from the discussion. Otherwise, she..something she would regret later.
A. might say	B. might have said 	C. will say	D. said
Question 9: Police are reported.found illegal drugs in a secret hiding in the star’s home.
A. having	B. to have 	C. they have	D. have had
Question 10: Nobody can..how long we will be able to live in the 21st century.
A. forewarn	B. forbid	C. predict 	D. forego
Question 11: Mum was so..in singing on karaoke that she forgot the fried fish in the oven.
A. fascinated	B. engrossed 	C. obsessed	D. concentrated
Question 12: ..for the fact that he was working abroad, he would willingly have helped with the project.
A. Had it been	B. If it hadn’t been 	C. Hadn’t it been	D. If it had been
Question 13: Developments in micro-technology computers and telecommunication areto have a huge influence on various aspects of our lives.
A. impossible	B. trying	C. having	D. bound 
Question 14: The film didn’t really..our expectation, unfortunately.
A. fall short of	B. meet with	C. put in for	D. come up to 
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 15 to 24.
 Since retail sales of our new product line have fallen ...(15)... in the last few weeks, we are going to ask our customers to complete feedback forms to see why this is happening. I’d particularly like to know if our marketing ...(16)... has been alienating our ...(17)... customers. In all ...(18)... , it is the result of a general economic dip but we need to make sure as several customers have ...(19)... objections about the ...(20)... campaign we’ve been running. ...(21)... mind that the campaign has been successful in attracting new customers, I do not want to lose long-term ones, some of whom I am ...(22)... certain are already looking for alternative products. In fact, social media these days can ...(23)... a great risk to a company’s reputation as it is very easy for one person ...(24)... themself, to tell the world about a company’s failings.
Question 15:A. reasonably	B. fairly	C. slightly 	D. relatively
Question 16:A. technique	B. strategy 	C. launch	D. placement 
Question 17:A. dependable	B. loyal 	C. devoted	D. responsible
Question 18:A. likelihood 	B. possibility	C. luck	D. prospects
Question 19:A. raised 	B. realised	C. posed	D. put
Question 20:A. advertising 	B. promoting	C. publicising	D. selling
Question 21:A. Don’t	B. Never 	C. Doesn’t	D. Forever 
Question 22:A. pretty 	B. greatly	C. adequately	D. effectively
Question 23:A. pose 	B. make	C. offer	D. give
Question 24:A. with	B. by 	C. for	D. as
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 25: He wore a beard and black glasses. No one could recognize him.
A. As his wearing a beard and black glasses, no one could recognize him.
B. He wore a beard and black glasses for no one to recognize him.
C. No one could recognize him, wearing a beard and a glasses.
 D. Owing to his beard and black glasses, he wasn’t recognized. 
Question 26: Sales of smartphones have increased this year.
A. There is an increase in sales of smartphones this year.
B. They have smartphones increasingly selling this year.
C. They increased the sales of smartphones this year.
D. There has been an increase in sales of smartphones this year. 
Question 27: I’ll find that man, no matter how long it takes.
A. It takes me a matter of time to find that man.
B. I can’t find that man without taking a long time.
C. Although it took a long time, I managed to find that man.
D. However long it may take, I’ll find that man. 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.
Question 28: A: “How terrific your dress is!” ~ B: “”
A. Thanks. Tom bought it. 	B. Don’t you like it?
C. You’re quite right.	D. No way. It’s second-hand.
Question 29: S: “?” ~ B: “I set it for 4:30.”
A. For what time did you set the alarm? 	B. When did you ask Alice out on a date?
C. When did you set up the clock, John?	D. What time’s “Britain’s Got Talent” on?
Question 30: D: “You haven’t done your homework, have you, Don? ~ S: “..”
A. I was assigned two days ago.	B. Not till tomorrow, Dad.
C. Yes, I haven’t.	D. But I did, Dad. 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning tothe underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 31: Shaking hands originated in medieval times.
A. departed from	B. came from 	C. started from	D. began from
Question 32: We've run across a slight problem with the instruction manual.
A. crashed	B. experienced 	C. crossed out	D. met by chance
Question 33: She has stuck with me through thick and thin.
A. dead or alive	B. out and away
C. even if there are problems or difficulties 	D. without any condition
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 34: I read the article over and over till it made sense.
A. again and again	B. one by one	C. repeatedly	D. once in a while 
Question 35: They've always encouraged me in everything I've wanted to do.
A. unpardoned	B. discouraged 	C. misconstrue	D. impaired
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.
Question 36: No one would have attended the lecture if you told the truth about the guest speaker.
A. attended	B. truth about	C. told 	D. guest speaker
Question 37: Five miles beyond the hills were a fire with its flames reaching up to the sky.
A. were 	B. reaching	C. beyond the hills	D. its
Question 38: The salad tasted so well that my mother returned to the salad bar for another helping.
A. helping	B. so well 	C. salad bar for	D. returned to
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 39 to 44.
THE HEIGHT OF FASHION
 If, like myself, you have recently suspected that women are growing taller these days and wondered what particular dietary supplements are contributing to this spurt in growth, then be assured - this is no magical twist to evolutionary development, it is simply the current obsession with shoes. This trend, like many before it, shows that some people are willing to suffer any amount of pain or discomfort and even jeopardise their health in the name of fashion.
 It may be a cliché, but women especially are quite willing to admit that they are ‘slaves to fashion’. If we look a long way back in time there was a period when tiny waists were to die for - and many women nearly did! They wore corsets so tight that they displaced internal organs and even cracked their ribs. Men were not immune to paying the price for vanity either. In seventeenth-century Europe the popular male practice of using white face powder to give themselves that pale, interesting look could be rather dangerous as the early powders contained arsenic! 
 One of today’s major fashion health hazards is the six-inch heels made popular by celebrities and catwalk models the world over, despite various public tumbles. It’s certainly true that the extra height is slimming and glamorous and the high heels make even the dumpiest person’s feet look quite stunning. What is a problem, however, is when the wearers of such footwear attempt to actually move! Apart from the likelihood of falling over and twisting an ankle, the possible damage to the body is significant. It goes without saying that the feet can be badly affected - resulting later in life in distorted toes and bunions - but the problems can extend to the whole skeleton, as the posture the wearer has to adopt to stay upright can cause severe back problems. Add to this the fact that the wearer may also be carrying a fashionably big bag over one shoulder and it’s clear that the poor vertebrae don’t really stand a chance.
 There is one advantage to the fashion for such high heels. Social interaction is obviously restricted as most wearers can do little more than stand in the same place or sit. This allows the shorter, flatter footed amongst us to run rings round them at parties!
Question 39: What happens at parties?
A. Women wearing high shoes are waited upon by shorter and flatfooted ones.
B. More people approach you to start a conversation.
C. High shoes make a good topic of conversation.
D. Other people have the chance to enjoy the occasion. 
Question 40: Unhealthy fashion trends.....
A. can influence both genders. 	B. are popular with women.
C. are a relatively recent phenomenon.	D. cost an excessive amount of money.
Question 41: In the first paragraph the writer tells us.....
A. high-heel shoes help women grow taller.	B. how to increase our growth. 
C. how to be healthy and look good.	D. that external appearance can be the most important thing. 
Question 42: What is "it goes out without saying" similar in meaning to?
A. it is obvious 	B. it is impossible	C. it is irrational	D. it is essential
Question 43: Very high shoes.....
A. can easily give charm to ankles.	B. can make some of us look fatter.
C. can make people’s feet look ridiculous.	D. can make us look elegant. 
Question 44: Wearing high shoes....
A. alters our posture dramatically. 	B. can be dangerous for others.
C. has an immediate effect on our feet.	D. make even human feet look more stunning
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 45: A. looked 	B. wicked	C. naked	D. completed
Question 46: A. creature 	B. feather	C. leather	D. measure
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.
Question 47: Their party was a din. I was unable to concentrate on my work.
A. The din from their party enabled me to concentrate on my work.
B. The din coming from their party could make me not concentrate on my work.
C. Their party made a din for me to be able to concentrate on my work.
D. Their party was such a din that I was unable to concentrate on my work. 
Question 48: They were afraid to complain about the noise. They feared to annoy the neighbours.
A. Their complaints about the noise were afraid to annoy the neighbours. 
B. They were afraid to complain about the noise so as to annoy the neighbours. 
C. They were afraid to complain about the noise lest they annoyed the neighbours. 
D. They were afraid to complain about the noise so that they annoyed the neighbours. 
Question 49: Dad came home. He went out again soon.
A. The time Dad came home, he went out again right then.
B. Hardly did Dad come home when he went out again.
C. No sooner had Dad come home than he went out again. 
D. As soon as Dad came home, he went out again at once.
Question 50: Mum bought a lottery ticket. She won a big prize three days later.
A. Before Mum won a big prize three days, she had bought a lottery ticket.
B. After Mum had bought a lottery ticket three days, she won a big prize.
C. Mum bought a lottery ticket three days after she had won a big prize.
D. Three days after Mum had bought a lottery ticket, she won a big prize. 
The End
 SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO ĐỀ THI THỬ KỲ THI THPT QUỐC GIA NĂM 2017
 ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC Môn: TIẾNG ANH
 (Đề thi có 03 trang) Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề Mã Để 634
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. naked	B. looked 	C. wicked	D. completed
Question 2: A. leather	B. creature 	C. measure	D. feather
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. conference	B. deficiency 	C. reference	D. delicacy
Question 4:A. committee	B. comedian	C. communist 	D. completion
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.
Question 5: S: “?” ~ B: “I set it for 4:30.”
A. When did you ask Alice out on a date?	B. What time’s “Britain’s Got Talent” on?
C. When did you set up the clock, John?	D. For what time did you set the alarm? 
Question 6: D: “You haven’t done your homework, have you, Don? ~ S: “..”
A. I was assigned two days ago.	B. But I did, Dad. 
C. Not till tomorrow, Dad.	D. Yes, I haven’t.
Question 7: A: “How terrific your dress is!” ~ B: “”
A. Thanks. Tom bought it. 	B. You’re quite right.
C. Don’t you like it?	D. No way. It’s second-hand.
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 8: Five miles beyond the hills were a fire with its flames reaching up to the sky.
A. reaching	B. beyond the hills	C. were 	D. its
Question 9: The salad tasted so well that my mother returned to the salad bar for another helping.
A. salad bar for	B. helping	C. returned to	D. so well 
Question 10: No one would have attended the lecture if you told the truth about the guest speaker.
A. told 	B. truth about	C. guest speaker	D. attended
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning tothe underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 11: Shaking hands originated in medieval times.
A. departed from	B. began from	C. came from 	D. started from
Question 12: She has stuck with me through thick and thin.
A. without any condition	B. out and away
C. even if there are problems or difficulties 	D. dead or alive
Question 13: We've run across a slight problem with the instruction manual.
A. met by chance	B. crossed out	C. experienced 	D. crashed
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 14: They've always encouraged me in everything I've wanted to do.
A. misconstrue	B. unpardoned	C. discouraged 	D. impaired
Question 15: I read the article over and over till it made sense.
A. one by one	B. once in a while 	C. again and again	D. repeatedly
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 16 to 21.
THE HEIGHT OF FASHION
 If, like myself, you have recently suspected that women are growing taller these days and wondered what particular dietary supplements are contributing to this spurt in growth, then be assured - this is no magical twist to evolutionary development, it is simply the current obsession with shoes. This trend, like many before it, shows that some people are willing to suffer any amount of pain or discomfort and even jeopardise their health in the name of fashion.
 It may be a cliché, but women especially are quite willing to admit that they are ‘slaves to fashion’. If we look a long way back in time there was a period when tiny waists were to die for - and many women nearly did! They wore corsets so tight that they displaced internal organs and even cracked their ribs. Men were not immune to paying the price for vanity either. In seventeenth-century Europe the popular male practice of using white face powder to give themselves that pale, interesting look could be rather dangerous as the early powders contained arsenic! 
 One of today’s major fashion health hazards is the six-inch heels made popular by celebrities and catwalk models the world over, despite various public tumbles. It’s certainly true that the extra height is slimming and glamorous and the high heels make even the dumpiest person’s feet look quite stunning. What is a problem, however, is when the wearers of such footwear attempt to actually move! Apart from the likelihood of falling over and twisting an ankle, the possible damage to the body is significant. It goes without saying that the feet can be badly affected - resulting later in life in distorted toes and bunions - but the problems can extend to the whole skeleton, as the posture the wearer has to adopt to stay upright can cause severe back problems. Add to this the fact that the wearer may also be carrying a fashionably big bag over one shoulder and it’s clear that the poor vertebrae don’t really stand a chance.
 There is one advantage to the fashion for such high heels. Social interaction is obviously restricted as most wearers can do little more than stand in the same place or sit. This allows the shorter, flatter footed amongst us to run rings round them at parties!
Question 16: Very high shoes.....
A. can make some of us look fatter.	B. can easily give charm to ankles.
C. can make us look elegant. 	D. can make people’s feet look ridiculous.
Question 17: In the first paragraph the writer tells us.....
A. high-heel shoes help women grow taller.	B. how to increase our growth. 
C. how to be healthy and look good.	D. that external appearance can be the most important thing. 
Question 18: Unhealthy fashion trends.....
A. can influence both genders. 	B. are popular with women.
C. cost an excessive amount of money.	D. are a relatively recent phenomenon.
Question 19: What is "it goes out without saying" similar in meaning to?
A. it is impossible	B. it is irrational	C. it is essential	D. it is obvious 
Question 20: Wearing high shoes....
A. make even human feet look more stunning	B. has an immediate effect on our feet.
C. alters our posture dramatically. 	D. can be dangerous for others.
Question 21: What happens at parties?
A. High shoes make a good topic of conversation.
B. Women wearing high shoes are waited upon by shorter and flatfooted ones.
C. More people approach you to start a conversation.
D. Other people have the chance to enjoy the occasion. 
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 22: Their party was a din. I was unable to concentrate on my work.
A. The din coming from their party could make me not concentrate on my work.
B. The din from their party enabled me to concentrate on my work.
C. Their party made a din for me to be able to concentrate on my work.
D. Their party was such a din that I was unable to concentrate on my work. 
Question 23: Dad came home. He went out again soon.
A. Hardly did Dad come home when he went out again.
B. No sooner had Dad come home than he went out again. 
C. As soon as Dad came home, he went out again at once.
D. The time Dad came home, he went out again right then.
Question 24: They were afraid to complain about the noise. They feared to annoy the neighbours.
A. They were afraid to complain about the noise so that they annoyed the neighbours. 
B. Their complaints about the noise were afraid to annoy the neighbours. 
C. They were afraid to complain about the noise so as to annoy the neighbours. 
D. They were afraid to complain about the noise lest they annoyed the neighbours. 
Question 25: Mum bought a lottery ticket. She won a big prize three days later.
A. Before Mum won a big prize three days, she had bought a lottery ticket.
B. After Mum had bought a lottery ticket three days, she won a big prize.
C. Mum bought a lottery ticket three days after she had won a big prize.
D. Three days after Mum had bought a lottery ticket, she won a big prize. 
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 26 to 35.
 Since retail sales of our new product line have fallen ...(26)... in the last few weeks, we are going to ask our customers to complete feedback forms to see why this is happening. I’d particularly like to know if our marketing ...(27)... has been alienating our ...(28)... customers. In all ...(29)... , it is the result of a general economic dip but we need to make sure as several customers have ...(30)... objections about the ...(31)... campaign we’ve been running. ...(32)... mind that the campaign has been successful in attracting new customers, I do not want to lose long-term ones, some of whom I am ...(33)... certain are already looking for alternative products. In fact, social media these days can ...(34)... a great risk to a company’s reputation as it is very easy for one person ...(35)... themself, to tell the world about a company’s failings.
Question 26: A. slightly 	B. reasonably	C. fairly	D. relatively
Question 27: A. placement 	B. technique	C. launch	D. strategy 
Question 28: A. responsible	B. dependable	C. devoted	D. loyal 
Question 29: A. prospects	B. likelihood 	C. luck	D. possibility
Question 30: A. put	B. raised 	C. realised	D. posed
Question 31: A. advertising 	B. promoting	C. selling	D. publicising
Question 32: A. Forever 	B. Never 	C. Doesn’t	D. Don’t
Question 33: A. effectively	B. adequately	C. pretty 	D. greatly
Question 34: A. make	B. pose 	C. offer	D. give
Question 35: A. as	B. with	C. for	D. by 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 36 to 47.
Question 36: It..me as strange that my front door was open when I got home.
A. struck 	B. occurred	C. appeared	D. seemed
Question 37: The film didn’t really..our expectation, unfortunately.
A. come up to 	B. fall short of	C. meet with	D. put in for
Question 38: ..to get through to Jackie for days now. Either she’s away or her phone’s out of order.
A. I’m trying	B. I tried	C. I’ve been trying 	D. I had tried
Question 39: Police are reported.found illegal drugs in a secret hiding in the star’s home.
A. they have	B. to have 	C. having	D. have had
Question 40: A partnership is an association of two or more individuals who..together to develop a business.
A. they work	B. worked	C. work 	D. is working
Question 41: Mum was so..in singing on karaoke that she forgot the fried fish in the oven.
A. engrossed 	B. fascinated	C. concentrated	D. obsessed
Question 42: Developments in micro-technology computers and telecommunication areto have a huge influence on various aspects of our lives.
A. bound 	B. trying	C. impossible	D. having
Question 43: Mary walked away from the discussion. Otherwise, she..something she would regret later.
A. might say	B. said	C. will say	D. might have said 
Question 44: ..for the fact that he was working abroad, he would willingly have helped with the project.
A. Hadn’t it been	B. If it had been	C. If it hadn’t been 	D. Had it been
Question 45: many gases, including the nitrogen and oxgen in the air, colour and odour.
A. which have no 	B. have no	C. they do not have	D. not having
Question 46: Nobody can..how long we will be able to live in the 21st century.
A. forego	B. forbid	C. predict 	D. forewarn
Question 47: It is possiblemay assist some trees in saving water in the winter.
A. that the loss of leaves 	B. the leaves are lost
C. to lose leaves	D. when leaves have lost
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
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