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 SỞ GD&ĐT VĨNH PHÚC
TRƯỜNG THPT LIỄN SƠN
(Đề thi gồm: 05 trang)
ĐỀ KTCL ÔN THI THPT QUỐC GIA NĂM 2017
Môn: TIẾNG ANH – ĐỀ SỐ 85
Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề
Họ và tên thí sinh:. SBD:
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. overlooks
B. beliefs
C. towards
D. rights
Question 2:
A. apathy
B. lethal 
C. wreath
D. brethren
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. thermometer
B. ignominious 
C. popularity
D. paralytic
Question 4:
A. atmosphere
B. indelible
C. versatile 
D. skyscraper
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the ITALIC word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 5: I wanted to prove to my family that I could make something of myself. 
A. get through the difficult times by myself
B. make up my mind without any help
C. become successful through my own efforts
D. put my back into studying
Question 6: The students have to sift through all the journals in the library to find the information their professor want them to find.
A. sort and select from 
B. immaculately tidy up
C. read carefully
D. go over 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the ITALIC word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 7: In just four short years, his company has made phenomenal progress in delivering great market success. 
A. impeccable 
B. unremarkable 
C. impressive
D. inadequate 
Question 8: Because we know nothing, in this view, we should treat all things with indifference and make no judgments.
A. reconciling ourself to something
B. becoming annoyed very easily
C. feeling totally different from other people
D. showing interest in something
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: According to classical musical tradition, the term “sonata” is given to those works are written for solo piano or for a solo wind or stringed instrument.
A. classical musical	B. works are	 C. a 	D. stringed instrument
Question 10: Although assemblage has been a part of art for centuries, its appearance in the West as a serious art form is quite fairly recent.
	A. has been 	B. a part of 	C. its appearance	D. quite fairly	
Question 11: If she can’t keep up payments she risks to lose her home, as thousands of families have done. A. keep up	B. to lose 	C. as thousands 	D. have done
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 12: The number of people traveling by air has been growing_________.
A. by leaps and bounds 
B. from time to time 
C. slow but sure
D. by hook or by crook 
Question 13: Salt is manufactured in quantities that exceed those of most, ________, other commercial chemicals. 
A. of not all 
B. not if at all 
C. are not all
D. if not all
Question 14: The boss told the workers that he would try his best to continue running the company and promised not to_________ any employees during the economic recession.
A. cross out
B. shut down 
C. lay off 
D. take over
Question 15: The accident is said _______ the driver’s careless driving and the thick fog.
A. to have been resulted in 
B. to result from
C. having resulted in 
D. to have resulted from
Question 16: I can’t do whatever I want because I am still financially_________ on my parents.
A. determined 
B. dependable 
C. reliant
D. subject
Question 17: This book was so interesting that I could hardly_________ it.
A. get rid of 
B. keep myself away from
C. tear myself away from
D. break away from 
Question 18: The harder you study, the more questions you will think of _________ .
A. asking
B. to ask
C. being asked 
D. to be asked
Question 19: The previous negotiations did not go anywhere, and we intend to start them again next week with a_________ slate.
A. new
B. plain
C. clean
D. fresh
Question 20: Many young people in the West are expected to leave_________ could be life’s most important decision - marriage - almost entirely up to luck. 
A. what
B. that
C. which
D. who
Question 21: _____ to caring for the poor, Mother Teresa is greatly respected throughout the world.
A. Devoting 
B. Being devoted 
C. Having devoted 
D. Devoted
Question 22: Since drinking water is a________ resource, we should let children know how precious it is, and teach them to conserve it. 
A. limitless 
B. limited 
C. limiting 
D. limitation
Question 23: When disaster________, organisations such as Oxfarm quickly provide help.
A. comes 
B. approaches
C. arrives
D. strikes
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 24: Peter: “My mother’s much better now.” – Kyle: “______________”.
A. Oh, I’m pleased to hear it
B. Wonderful! Congratulation
C. Oh, really? The doctor must be very good
D. Good news for you
Question 25: Tom: “Can I bring a friend to your party?” – Mary: “________________”.
A. The more the merrier
B. That’s right
C. Beggars can’t be choosers
D. Straight away
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.
One of the most difficult questions to answer is how much a job is worth. We naturally expect that a doctor’s salary will be higher than a bus conductor’s wage. But the question becomes much more difficult to answer when we compare, say, a miner with an engineer, or an unskilled man working on an oil-rig in the North Sea with a teacher in a secondary school. What the doctor, the engineer and teacher have is many years of training in order to obtain the necessary qualifications for their professions. We feel instinctively that these skills and these years, when they were studying instead of earning money, should be rewarded. At the same time we recognize that the work of the miner and the oil-rig laborer is both hard and dangerous, and that they must be highly paid for the risks they take.
Another factor we must take into consideration is how socially useful a man’s work is, regardless of the talents he may bring to it. Most people would agree that looking after the sick or teaching children is more important than, say, selling secondhand cars or improving the taste of toothpaste by adding a red stripe to it. Yet it is almost certain that the used car salesman earns more than the nurse, and that research chemist earns more than the school teacher.
Indeed, this whole question of just rewards can be turned on its head. You can argue that a man who does a job which brings him personal satisfaction is already receiving part of his reward in the form of a so-called “psychic wage”, and that it is the man with the boring, repetitive job who needs more money to make up for the soul-destroying monotony of his work. It is significant that that those jobs which are traditionally regarded as “vocations” - nursing, teaching and the Church, for example - continue to be poorly paid, while others, such as those in the world of sport or entertainment, carry financial rewards out of all proportion to their social worth.
Although the amount of money that people earn is in reality largely determined by market forces, this should not prevent us from seeking some way to decide what is the right pay for the job. A starting point for such an investigation would be to try to decide the ratio which ought to exist between the highest and the lowest paid. The picture is made more complicate by two factors: firstly by the “social wage”, i.e, the welfare benefits which every citizen receives; and secondly, by the taxation system, which is often used as an instrument of social justice by taxing high incomes at a very high rate indeed. Allowing for these two things, most countries now regard a ratio of 7:1 as socially acceptable. If it is less, the highly-qualified people carrying heavy responsibilities become disillusioned, and might even end up by emigration (the so-called “brain-drain” is an evidence that this can happen). If it is more, the gap between rich and poor will be so great that it will lead social tensions and ultimately to violence. (Adapted from: How much is job worth?)
Question 26: According to the passage, the professional man, such as the doctor, should be well paid because__________.
A. he has spent several years learning how to do his job
B. he knows more than other people about his subject 
C. he has to work much harder than most other people 
D. his work involves much great intelligence than, say, a bus conductor’s
Question 27: As far as rewarding people for their work is concerned, the writer, believes that ______.
A. we should pay for socially-useful work, regardless of the person’s talent
B. we should pay people according to their talents
C. qualified people should be the highest paid 
D. market forces will determine how much a person is paid
Question 28: The argument of the “psychic wage” is used to explain why__________.
A. people who do socially important work are not always well paid
B. people who do monotonous jobs are highly paid
C. you should not try to compare the pay of different professions
D. some professional people are paid more than others
Question 29: In Paragraph 2 and 3, the author indicates that__________.
A. the talented should do more important work
B. unskilled jobs have less social responsibility
C. those with more socially useful jobs earn less
D. people want to pay more to important services
Question 30: It can be inferred from the passage that a man who does a boring, repetitive job ______.
A. receives less money than he deserves
B. should receive more money as a compensation for the drudgery of his work
C. can only expect more money if his job is a highly-skilled one
D. has no interest in his work apart from the money he receives for doing it
Question 31: The word “disillusioned” in the passage is closest in meaning to__________.
A. disagreeable 
B. disenchanted 
C. discreditable 
D. dishonest
Question 32: The author mentions “brain-drain” as an evidence to show that__________.
A. well-educated people are prepared to emigrate whenever they can get a better paid job
B. people with jobs or responsibility expect to be highly paid
C. high taxation is a useful and effective instrument of social justice
D. the poor are generally more patriotic than the rich
Question 33: Which of the following statements would the author agree?
A. It’s difficult to define the social value of a job.
B. The market will decide what the right pay is for a job.
C. People should find a proper ratio between high and low pay.
D. Those receiving high salary should carry heavy responsibilities.
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.
The growth of population has its problems as we shall see. As there are more and more mouths (34)______, there comes a great strain (35)_______ the resources of a country; this is real in the case of developing countries with the result they are unable to push ahead economically. As food is not sufficient there is chronic malnutrition in these countries especially in women and children resulting in weaker population (36)_______ would only economically be a drain on the country as their productive years will be short. As health and education are the State's (37)_______, they affect the country's finances. So in developing countries health and illiteracy continue to be the problem. The unwieldy growth of population leads to the problem of housing and sanitation. In many countries the slums are a (38)_______ to the eyes. Slums grow round big cities and are found with all the drawbacks. These are the areas of disease, filth and crime.
(Adapted from: The problem of over population)
Question 34:
A. to be fed 
B. to feed 
C. for feeding
D. fed
Question 35:
A. to 
B. for 
C. down 
D. on
Question 36:
A. which 
B. what 
C. who 
D. those
Question 37:
A. problem
B. job 
C. affair 
D. work 
Question 38:
A. pain 
B. sore 
C. hurt 
D. wound 
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.
[1] Widespread evidence links global warming to a series of environmental effects.
[2] Starving polar bears are eating one another in the Arctic. Flowers are blooming too soon and die. The ice caps are melting so fast that rising water levels will threaten coastal towns along Florida within several decades. These are just a few examples of the terrible consequences of climate change discovered by a new research in Nature that paints a dark portrait of what a warming world will look like in the years to come.
[3] The researchers analyzed 829 abnormal phenomena - including melting glaciers - along with nearly 30,000 changes in plants and animals and found that about 90% of them are in sync with scientists’ predictions about how global warming will change the planet.
[4] “In the past three decades, average global temperatures have risen about 0.60C and are projected to jump by about 1.70C by the end of the century,” says Cynthia Rosenzweig, who leads the Climate Impacts Group at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies at Columbia University in New York. “We’ve already seen that a relatively low amount of warming,” she says, “can result in a broad range of changes.”
[5] The unnatural warming caused by man-made greenhouse gases, especially carbon dioxide produced by cars and coal-powered plants, brings trouble for entire ecosystems. In North America alone, scientists have identified 89 species of plants, such as the American holly, which have flowered earlier in the spring. In Spain, apple trees bloom 35 days ahead of schedule in response to the higher temperatures. Other wildlife, like the insects that use certain plants for food and the birds that feed on the insects, must then move forward their seasonal stirrings and mating patterns to survive.
[6] To try to follow this time shift, some birds such as robins, the classic symbol of winter’s thaw, are returning to Colorado from their migrations some two weeks earlier than in years past. All these changes can throw a food chain in disorder. Some bird species that arrive before the insects reappear may starve to death.
[7] “Around the world, plants and animals are waking up to an earlier alarm clock than they used to,” says Terry Root, a biologist from Stanford University.
(Source: https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/man-made-warming-altering-natures-clock)
Question 39: The author describes some unnatural phenomena in paragraph 2 to__________.
A. show a picture of the present world
B. present the results of a recent research
C. indicate the earth is now in great danger
D. call readers’ attention to the new research
Question 40: The analysis of abnormal phenomena on earth shows that__________.
A. scientists made wrong predictions about the future of earth
B. most changes agree with scientists’ previous predictions
C. melting glaciers have caused the worst side effects
D. global warming has changed all the plants and animals 
Question 41: The word “projected” in the passage is closest in meaning to__________.
A. forced
B. presented
C. indicated
D. predicted
Question 42: Why must some birds move about earlier than usual?
A. Because they need to follow some insects for food. 
B. Because certain trees bloom a month ahead of time.
C. Because the warm weather wakes them up earlier.
D. Because the plants they use to hunt food bloom late.
Question 43: According to the fifth paragraph, as a result of climate change__________.
A. the warm weather wakes animals up earlier
B. certain trees bloom a season ahead of time
C. the birds need to change patterns of living
D. the American holly will flower in late spring
Question 44: What do we know about robins?
A. Farmers depend on them to tell the time
B. They used to come back when spring came
C. They used to predict the change of weather
D. They usually migrate when seasons change
Question 45: Which of the following would be the best title for the text?
A. Man Is to Blame for Global Warming
B. Humans Are Causing the World to Heat Up
C. The Terrible Consequences of Climate Change
D. Global Warming Is Changing Nature’s Clock
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 46: Due to the fact that the demand for tea was very high in the 19th century, its price was astronomical. 
A. It was not until the 19th century that the demand for tea started to increase. 
B. It was its astronomical price which decreased the demand for tea in the 19th century. 
C. In the 19th century the price for tea didn’t increase despite the demand. 
D. The demand for tea was so high in the 19th century that its price was enormous.
Question 47: “You should have finished the report by now”, John told his secretary.
A. John reproached his secretary for not having finished the report. 
B. John said that his secretary had not finished the report. 
C. John reminded his secretary of finishing the report on time.
D. John scolded his secretary for not having finished the report.
Question 48: He is an authority on primitive religion.
A. He is famous for his vast knowledge of primitive religion.
B. He has authority over the people who practise primitive religion.
C. He has a great influence on the people who practise primitive religion.
D. He has official permission to practice primitive religion.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.
Question 49: Her living conditions were not good. However, she studied very well.
A. Living in difficult conditions forced she to study very well.
B. She studied very well just because she lived in difficult conditions.
C. Difficult as her living conditions were, she studied very well. 
D. Living in difficult conditions, she had no choice but to study well.
Question 50: His wife phoned him early in the morning. She didn’t want him to forget to bring along the document. 
A. His wife phoned him early in the morning lest he would forget to bring along the document. 
B. His wife phoned him early in the morning so that she wanted him to bring along the document. 
C. His wife phoned him early in the morning when she didn’t want him to bring along the document. 
D. His wife phoned him early in the morning though she didn’t want him to forget to bring along the document. 
_________THE END_________
 SỞ GD&ĐT VĨNH PHÚC
TRƯỜNG THPT LIỄN SƠN
(Đề thi gồm: 05 trang)
ĐỀ KTCL ÔN THI THPT QUỐC GIA NĂM 2017
Môn: TIẾNG ANH – ĐỀ SỐ 85
Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề
Họ và tên thí sinh:. SBD:
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. overlooks
B. beliefs
C. towards
D. rights
Question 2:
A. apathy
B. lethal 
C. wreath
D. brethren
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. thermometer
B. ignominious 
C. popularity
D. paralytic
Question 4:
A. atmosphere
B. indelible
C. versatile 
D. skyscraper
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the ITALIC word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 5: I wanted to prove to my family that I could make something of myself. 
A. get through the difficult times by myself
B. make up my mind without any help
C. become successful through my own efforts
D. put my back into studying
Question 6: The students have to sift through all the journals in the library to find the information their professor want them to find.
A. sort and select from 
B. immaculately tidy up
C. read carefully
D. go over 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the ITALIC word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 7: In just four short years, his company has made phenomenal progress in delivering great market success. 
A. impeccable 
B. unremarkable 
C. impressive
D. inadequate 
Question 8: Because we know nothing, in this view, we should treat all things with indifference and make no judgments.
A. reconciling ourself to something
B. becoming annoyed very easily
C. feeling totally different from other people
D. showing interest in something
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: According to classical musical tradition, the term “sonata” is given to those works are written for solo piano or for a solo wind or stringed instrument.
A. classical musical	B. works are	 C. a 	D. stringed instrument
Question 10: Although assemblage has been a part of art for centuries, its appearance in the West as a serious art form is quite fairly recent.
	A. has been 	B. a part of 	C. its appearance	D. quite fairly	
Question 11: If she can’t keep up payments she risks to lose her home, as thousands of families have done. A. keep up	B. to lose 	C. as thousands 	D. have done
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 12: The number of people traveling by air has been growing_________.
A. by leaps and bounds 
B. from time to time 
C. slow but sure
D. by hook or by crook 
Question 13: Salt is manufactured in quantities that exceed those of most, ________, other commercial chemicals. 
A. of not all 
B. not if at all 
C. are not all
D. if not all
Question 14: The boss told the workers that he would try his best to continue running the company and promised not to_________ any employees during the economic recession.
A. cross out
B. shut down 
C. lay off 
D. take over
Question 15: The accident is said _______ the driver’s careless driving and the thick fog.
A. to have been resulted in 
B. to result from
C. having resulted in 
D. to have resulted from
Question 16: I can’t do whatever I want because I am still financially_________ on my parents.
A. determined 
B. dependable 
C. reliant
D. subject
Question 17: This book was so interesting that I could hardly_________ it.
A. get rid of 
B. keep myself away from
C. tear myself away from
D. break away from 
Question 18: The harder you study, the more questions you will think of _________ .
A. asking
B. to ask
C. being asked 
D. to be asked
Question 19: The previous negotiations did not go anywhere, and we intend to start them again next week with a_________ slate.
A. new
B. plain
C. clean
D. fresh
Question 20: Many young people in the West are expected to leave_________ could be life’s most important decision - marriage - almost entirely up to luck. 
A. what
B. that
C. which
D. who
Question 21: _____ to caring for the poor, Mother Teresa is greatly respected throughout the world.
A. Devoting 
B. Being devoted 
C. Having devoted 
D. Devoted
Question 22: Since drinking water is a________ resource, we should let children know how precious it is, and teach them to conserve it. 
A. limitless 
B. limited 
C. limiting 
D. limitation
Question 23: When disaster________, organisations such as Oxfarm quickly provide help.
A. comes 
B. approaches
C. arrives
D. strikes
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 24: Peter: “My mother’s much better now.” – Kyle: “______________”.
A. Oh, I’m pleased to hear it
B. Wonderful! Congratulation
C. Oh, really? The doctor must be very good
D. Good news for you
Question 25: Tom: “Can I bring a friend to your party?” – Mary: “________________”.
A. The more the merrier
B. That’s right
C. Beggars can’t be choosers
D. Straight away
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.
One of the most difficult questions to answer is how much a job is worth

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