Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia môn Tiếng Anh năm 2017 - Mã đề: 516 - Sở GD&ĐT Hậu Giang (Kèm đáp án)

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SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO 
TỈNH HẬU GIANG 
ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC 
ĐỀ THI THỬ THPT QUỐC GIA 2017 
Bài thi: NGOẠI NGỮ - Mụn thi: TIẾNG ANH 
Thời gian làm bài: 60 phỳt (khụng kể thời gian giao đề) 
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- Họ và tờn học sinh: ..... Lớp 12...............Số bỏo danh:.. 
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 1: Only Mary scored high enough to pass this test. 
A. Only on this test was Mary’s score high enough. 
B. Mary only passed this test because she scored higher than the others. 
C. Mary was the only person to pass this test. 
D. Mary’s score was barely enough to pass. 
Question 2: She said “I’m sorry I didn’t reply to the letter.” 
A. She apologized for not to reply to the letter. B. She apologized for didn’t reply to the letter. 
C. She apologized for not replying to the letter. D. She apologized for not to replying to the letter. 
Question 3: Some people say that he drove through the town at 90 km an hour. 
A. It was said he drove through the town at 90 km an hour. 
B. He is said to be driving through the town at 90 km an hour. 
C. He is said to have driven through the town at 90 km an hour. 
D. He is said to drive through the town at 90 km an hour. 
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 4: He spent all his money. He even borrowed some from me. 
A. Hardly had he borrowed some money from me when he spent it all. 
B. As soon as he borrowed some money from me, he spent it all. 
C. Not only did he spend all his money, but he borrowed some from me as well. 
D. Not only did he spend all his money, but also he borrowed some from me. 
Question 5: We ought to visit Grandma. Otherwise, she will be worried about us. 
A. Grandma is worried about us, so we should visit her. 
B. We should visit Grandma in case she is worried about us. 
C. We need not visit Grandma unless she is worried about us. 
D. If we do not visit Grandma soon, she will start to worry. 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word which is stressed differently 
from that of the rest in each of the following questions. 
Question 6: A. attend B. appall C. mention D. apply 
Question 7: A. industry B. habitat C. counterpart D. supportive 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is 
pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions. 
Question 8: A. village B. shrine C. primary D. invite 
Question 9: A. chance B. chores C. choose D. character 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. 
Question 10: In the future, the number of tiny but ______ computers you encounter every day will 
number in the thousands, perhaps millions. 
A. powered B. powerfully C. power D. powerful 
Question 11: The majority of Asian students reject the American ________ that marriage is a 
partnership of equals. 
A. thought B. view C. attitude D. look 
Question 12: By the end of next year, Mr. Park_______ for this company for 35 years. 
A. will have worked B. will be working C. will work D. has worked 
Question 13: Being well-dressed and punctual can help you create a good ____ on your interviewer. 
A. pressure B. employment C. impression D. effectiveness 
Question 14: Salaries have not kept________inflation in the last few years. 
A. on with B. up with C. out of D. up to 
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Question 15: _________ you study for these exams, _________ you will do. 
A. The harder / the better B. The more hard / the better 
C. The hardest / the best D. The harder / the much 
Question 16: It took me a very long time to ________the shock of her death. 
A. recover from B. take on C. get over D. turn off 
Question 17: I understand the situation perfectly. You______further. 
A. may not B. needn’t C. mustn’t D. might not 
Question 18: There was a _________table in the middle of the room. 
A. beautiful Japanese wooden B. Japanese wooden beautiful 
C. beautiful wooden Japanese D. Japanese beautiful wooden 
Question 19: Phil can’t go to the movies because he has to write_____________ essay. 
A. ứ (zero article) B. an C. a D. the 
Question 20: Dr. Fleming, ____ discovered penicillin, was awarded the Nobel Prize of medicine in 1945. 
A. which B. whom C. who D. that 
Question 21: Make sure you _________ us a visit when you are in town again. 
A. pay B. have C. give D. do 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction. 
Question 22: No sooner had she arrived home from her office when the phone rang last night. 
 A B C D 
Question 23: The economy is heavy dependent on industry, and economic growth has always been 
 A B C 
of greater concern than environmental preservation. 
 D 
Question 24: All of the homework given by our teachers are useful to every student. 
 A B C D 
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 25: We went away on holiday last week but it rained day in, day out. 
A. every other day B. every second day C. every two days D. every single day 
Question 26: Although the technology originated in the UK, it has been developed in the US. 
A. departed from B. came from C. began from D. started from 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable exchange to complete 
each of the following exchanges. 
Question 27: Two friends Mary and Jane are talking about the test result. 
Mary: “The test result will be released at 9AM tomorrow.” Jane: “Will it? ________________.” 
A. I can’t wait! B. Yes, please. C. Could it wait? D. Can I wait for it? 
Question 28: The teacher and John are talking about John essay. 
Teacher: "John, you've written a much better essay this time." John: "________________" 
A. Writing? Why? B. You're welcome. 
C. What did you say? I'm so shy. D. Thank you. It's really encouraging. 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word OPPOSITE in meaning to the 
underlined word(s) in each of the following questions. 
Question 29: Some subjects are mandatory at GCSE level and have to be taken by all young people. 
A. compulsory B. optional C. required D. voluntary 
Question 30: Experts hope that the vaccine will be mass-produced soon. 
A. produced with high cost B. produced in great numbers 
C. produced in small numbers D. produced cheaply 
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. 
In most discussions of cultural diversity, attention has focused on visible, explicit aspects of culture, such 
as language, dress, food, religion, music, and social rituals. Although they are important, these visible 
expressions of culture, which are taught deliberately and learned consciously, are only the tip of the iceberg of 
culture. Much of culture is taught and learned implicitly, or outside awareness. Thus, neither cultural insiders 
nor cultural outsiders are aware that certain “invisible” aspects of their culture exist. 
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Invisible elements of culture are important to us. For example, how long we can be late before being 
impolite, what topics we should avoid in a conversation, how we show interest or attention 
through listening behavior, what we consider beautiful or ugly- these are all aspects of culture that we 
learn and use without being aware of it. When we meet other people whose invisible cultural 
assumptions differ from those we have learned implicitly, we usually do not recognize their behavior as 
cultural in origin. 
Differences in invisible culture can cause problems in cross-cultural relations. Conflicts may arise 
when we are unable to recognize others’ behavioral differences as cultural rather than personal. We tend 
to misinterpret other people’s behavior, blame them, or judge their intentions or competence without 
realizing that we are experiencing cultural rather than individual differences. 
 Formal organizations and institutions, such as schools, hospitals, workplaces, governments, and the 
legal system are collection sites for invisible cultural differences. If the differences were more visible, we 
might have less misunderstanding. For example, if we met a man in a courthouse who was wearing exotic 
clothes, speaking a language other than ours, and carrying food that looked strange, we would not assume 
that we understood his thoughts and feelings or that he understood ours. Yet when such a man is dressed 
similarly to us, speaks our language, and does not differ from us in other obvious ways, we may fail to 
recognize the invisible cultural differences between us. As a result, mutual misunderstanding may arise. 
(Adapted from “Issues for Today” by Lorraine C. Smith and Nancy Nici Mare) 
Question 31: What is the main purpose of the passage? 
A. To describe cultural diversity. 
B. To explain why cross-cultural conflict occurs. 
C. To point out that much of culture is learned consciously. 
D. To explain the importance of invisible aspects of culture. 
Question 32: The word “rituals” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to __________. 
A. aspects B. assumptions C. cultures D. formalities 
Question 33: Which of the following was NOT mentioned as an example of invisible culture? 
A. How people express interest in what others are saying. B. What topics to avoid in conversation 
C. What food to eat in a courthouse D. How late is considered impolite. 
Question 34: The word “those” in paragraph 2 refers to_________. 
A. people who speak a different language B. people from a different culture 
C. invisible cultural assumptions D. topics that should be avoided in conversation 
Question 35: It can be inferred from paragraph 3 that conflict results when ___________. 
A. one culture is more invisible than another culture 
B. people think cultural differences are personal 
C. some people recognize more cultural differences than others 
D. people compete with those from other cultures 
Question 36: The author implies that institutions such as schools and workplaces ___________. 
A. share a common culture B. teach their employees about cultural differences 
C. reinforce invisible cultural differences D. are aware of cultural differences 
Question 37: Which of the following would most likely result in misunderstanding? 
A. Strange behavior from someone speaking a foreign language 
B. Unusual food being cooked by foreign visitors 
C. Strange behavior from someone speaking our language 
D. Learning about our own culture in school 
Question 38: The word “exotic” in paragraph 4 could best be replaced by__________. 
A. foreign B. formal C. informal D. expensive 
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. 
If parents bring up a child with the sole aim of turning the child into a genius, they will cause a 
disaster. According to several leading educational psychologists, this is one of the biggest mistakes 
which ambitious parents make. Generally, the child will be only too aware of what his parents expect, 
and will fail. Unrealistic parental expectations can cause great damage to children. 
However, if parents are not too unrealistic about what they expect their children to do, but are 
ambitious in a sensible way, the child may succeed in doing very well–especially if the parents are very 
supportive of their child. 
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Michael Collins is very lucky. He is crazy about music, and his parents help him a lot by taking him to 
concerts and arranging private piano and violin lessons for him. They even drive him 50 kilometers twice a 
week for violin lessons. Michael’s mother knows very little about music, but his father plays the trumpet in a 
large orchestra. However, he never makes Michael enter music competitions if he is unwilling. 
Winston Smith, Michael’s friend, however, is not so lucky. Both his parents are successful musicians, 
and they set too high a standard for Winston. They want their son to be as successful as they are and so 
they enter him for every piano competition held. They are very unhappy when he does not win. Winston 
is always afraid that he will disappoint his parents and now he always seems quiet and unhappy. 
(From “Read and Understand 2”: Betty Kirkpatrick- Learners Publishing Pte Ltd 2005) 
Question 39: One of the serious mistakes parents can make is ______. 
A. to push their child into trying too much B. to help their child to become a genius 
C. to neglect their child’s education D. to make their child become a musician 
Question 40: Michael Collins is fortunate in that ______. 
A. his mother knows little about music B. his parents are quite rich 
C. his parents help him in a sensible way D. his father is a musician 
Question 41: The phrase "crazy about" in paragraph 2 mostly means ______. 
A. surprised at B. extremely interested in C. confused about D. completely 
unaware of 
Question 42: Winston’s parents push their son so much and he ______. 
A. has won a lot of piano competitions B. is afraid to disappoint them 
C. has become a good musician D. cannot learn much music from them 
Question 43: What does the pronoun "They" in the last paragraph refer to? 
A. Winston’s parents B. violin lessons C. concerts D. successful musicians 
Question 44: All of the following people are musical EXCEPT _____. 
A. Winston’s mother B. Winston’s father C. Michael’s father D. Michael’s mother 
Question 45: The two examples given in the passage illustrate the principle that ______. 
A. successful parents always have intelligent children 
B. parents should let the child develop in the way he wants 
C. parents should spend more money on the child’s education 
D. successful parents often have unsuccessful children 
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the 
correct word(s) for each of the blanks from 46 to 50 
Some people believe that soon schools will no longer be necessary. They say that (46) _____the 
Internet and other new technologies, (47)____ no longer any need for school buildings, formal classes, or 
teachers. Perhaps, this will be true one day, but this is hard to (48)____ a world without schools. In fact, 
we need to look at how we can use new technology to make schools better, not to eliminate them. We 
should invent a new kind of school that is (49) ____to libraries, museums, science centers, laboratories, 
and even companies. Experts could give talks on video or over the Internet. TV networks and local 
stations could develop programming about the things students are (50)_____ studying in school. 
(Source: Select Readings 2-, Neil J. Anderson, 2007 –Thomson) 
Question 46: A. because of B. because C. despite D. though 
Question 47: A. it is B. there are C. they are D. there is 
Question 48: A. imagine B. realise C. consider D. know 
Question 49: A. linked B. limited C. contributed D. addressed 
Question 50: A. intentionally B. publicly C. rarely D. actually 
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