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ĐỀ THI THỬ
(Đề thi có 04 trang)
ĐỀ THI THỬ TỐT NGHIỆP THPT QUỐC GIA
 NĂM HỌC 2016 – 2017
Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH 12
Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút
( Không kể thời gian phát đề )
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. initiated	B. developed	C. experienced	D. established
Question 2: A. simplify	B. occupy	C. difficulty	D. supply
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D 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. reduce	B. aware	C. action	D. enjoy
Question 4: A. wonderful	B. interest	C. personal	D. decision
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.
Question 5: The examination will test your ability to understand spoken English, to read non-technical language and 
	A	 B
writing correctly. 
 C D
Question 6: An organ is a group of tissues capable to perform some special function, as, for example, the heart, the liver, 
	 A 	 B C	 D
or the lungs.
Question 7: In England as early as the twelfth century, young boys enjoyed to play football.
 	A	 B	 C	 D
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: The United Nations _______ in 1945 after World War II to replace the League of Nations, to stop wars between countries.
	A. was founded	B. founded	C. had been founded	D. found
Question 9: We are talking about the new writer Nguyen Ngoc Tu, _______latest book Canh Dong Bat Tan is becoming one of the best-sellers this year.
	A. who	B. whose	C. which	D. whom
Question 10: The more we learn, _________
	A. we become wiser. 	B. wiser we become.	C. we become wise. 	D. the wiser we become. 
Question 11: Lan has been a nurse all her life. She has spent her life caring for ________ sick.
	A. some	B. the	C. a	D. an
Question 12: The boss has got angry. I ________ more careful when I talked to him.
 	A. need have been	B. must have been 	C. should have been 	D. can have been
Question 13: Because of the inflation crisis, the denominations of money are now in _______ of losing their value.
	A. warning	B. worry	C. threat	D. danger
Question 14: Pointing at someone to attract his/her ________ is usually considered rude in most social situations. 
 	A. approach 	B. attention 	C. signal 	D. assistance 
Question 15: This woman has _________ her whole life to helping others. 
	A. initiated	B. appalled	C. appealed	D. dedicated
Question 16: People who live in or near endangered animals’habitats _______ wildlife product for their livelihood.
	A. take care of	B. rely on	C. pay attention to	D. think of
Question 17: When Steve retired, he decided to take ________badminton. 
	A. over	B. on	C. up	D. out
Question 18: Although some societies are ________ undeveloped, their languages – from a linguist’s point of view – are very complex.
	A. technology	B. technological	C. technologically	D. technologist
Question 19: The refuse collectors often work at night or even at midnight because they take_______ for keeping the city clean and beautiful. 
	A. possibility	B. ability	C. responsibility	D. probability
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 20: The rock music made popular by the Beatles has been modified over the past three decades.
	A. improved	B. changed	C. discovered	D. remembered
Question 21: To look quickly through a book is an important study skill.
	A. skim	B. summarize	C. outline	D. paraphrase
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.
Question 22: Einstein’s theory relativity seemed incredible at the time that he first introduced it.
	A. believable	B. complicated	C. brilliant	D. famous
Question 23: Since research studies have shown a relationship between cancer and cigarette smoking, many people have cut down.
	A. ceased smoking	B. become frightened	
	C. increased the number of cigarettes	D. gotten sick
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.
Question 24: Tom is giving a compliment on Maria’s house.
 	- Tom: “What a lovely house you have!”	- Maria: “________.”
	A. Of course not, it’s not costly	B. Thank you. Hope you will drop in
	C. I think so	D. No problem
Question 25: Jim and Laura are talking about how to keep fit.
 	- Jim: “Do you agree that doing physical exercises can keep your body fit?” 
	- Laura: “You’re right. ________.”
	A. Of course not	B. There’s no doubt about that
	C. That’s very interesting	D. I’m not with you there
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
	Australia suffers more bushfires - wildfires which burn out of control – than any other country in the world . Most bushfires happen when temperatures are high and conditions are dry and windy. One reason why Australia is so susceptible to bush fires is because the leaves of the native eucalypt trees contain a highly-flammable oil which easily (26)______ fire.
	Approximately one quarter of all fires are started by lightning strikes , but the vast majority are caused by the (27)_______ of humans. Not all, however, are accidental; around 25 per cent are deliberate
	The most obvious resu lt of bushfires is the loss of plant, animal and human .life and (28)______ to property. But the effects of bushfires are not all negative as fire generates regrowth. Some species of eucalyptus, (29)______ , would be unable to reproduce otherwise as fire splits open the seed pods, (30)________ them to germinate.
Question 26: A. catches 	B. sets	C. lights 	D. takes
Question 27: A. acts 	B. performances 	C. operations 	D. actions
Question 28: A. injury 	B. ruin 	C. damage 	D. harm
Question 29: A. actua lly 	B. also 	C. however 	D. for instance
Question 30: A. letting 	B. allowing 	C. making 	D. causing
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 31: "Don't forget to give the book back to Mary," he said to me. 
	A. He reminded me to give the book back to Mary. 
	B. He reminded me to forget to give the book back to Mary. 
	C. He advised me to give the book back to Mary. 
	D. He advised me to forget to give the book back to Mary. 
Question 32: We couldn’t have managed without my father’s money.
	A. Hadn’t it been for my father’s money, we couldn’t have managed.
	B. We could have managed with my father’s money.
	C. If we could managed, my father’s money would be there.
	D. If we couldn’t have managed, we would have had my father’s money.
Question 33: The boy didn’t eat dinner until his mother came home.
 	A. It was not until his mother came home that the boy eats dinner.
 	B. It was not until his mother came home that the boy ate dinner.
 	C. It was not until his mother came home the boy ate dinner.
 	D. It was not until his mother came home that the boy didn’t eat dinner.
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: We whispered. We didn’t want anyone to hear our conversation.
	A. We whispered in order that anyone couldn’t hear our conversation.
	B. We whispered in order not to hear our conversation.
	C. We whispered so that our conversation couldn’t be heard.
	D. We whispered so as no one to hear our conversation.
Question 35: The traffic was bad. However, Mr. David managed to get to his office on time.
	A. Despite of the bad traffic, Mr. David managed to get to his office on time.
	B. In spite of the traffic was bad, Mr. David managed to get to his office on time.
	C. Although the traffic was bad, but Mr. David managed to get to his office on time.
	D. In spite of the bad traffic, Mr. David managed to get to his office on time.
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
	Native Americans have been living in what is now the United States of America since long before any Europeans came. They are not just a single group of people – there are many different tribes of Native Americans. Different Native American groups have different languages, religious beliefs, and ways of living, or folkways.
	You can see just how different Native American groups can be by comparing one to another. Look at the Hopi people. The Hopi are Native Americans who come from what is now the American Southwest. When the Spanish came to America in the 16th century and found the Hopi people, they nicknamed them “pueblo people” because Hopi people didn't move around much—they lived together in what amounted to towns. Pueblo is a Spanish word that means “town.” The Hopi have always been a very peaceful people. Their name comes from the term Hopituh Shi-nu-mu, which means, in the Hopi language, "The Peaceful People" or "Peaceful Little Ones.”
	Now compare the Hopi to the Navajo. The Navajo come from the same general area as the Hopi. But instead of being a “pueblo people,” instead of staying in one place, they moved around. They didn’t live in permanent towns like the Hopi. They were a “semi-nomadic” people. While the Hopi were historically known for farming, the Navajo were known for hunting and gathering. After they met the Spanish, the Navajo became known for herding sheep. The Hopi, not so much.
	The Hopi and the Navajo were, and are, two very distinct groups of people, and they come from the same part of the continent! So think about how much other tribes from other parts of the continent might differ.
	For thousands of years the Chinook have lived near the coast of the Pacific Ocean. They were known, and are still known, for being skilled fishers. The Chinook would make huge dug-out canoes, and the fish that they caught most often was the salmon. The salmon was a very important food source for the Chinook, and it plays a large role in the Chinook sense of identity.
	All the way across the country, over in what is now Maine, the Penobscot also derive meaning and a sense of identity from the animals they hunt. But they are completely different animals: beavers, otters, moose, bears, and caribou.
	Today, there may not be as many thriving Native American tribes as there used to be, but there are more than a few. The United States of America federally recognizes more than 500 different Native American tribes. When a tribe is federally recognized, it means that the tribe may form its own government with its own laws, taxes, and rules. There are also about 400 non-federally recognized tribes. All in all, there are about 1,000 different groups of Native American people in the United States, and each group is unique.
Question 36: How long have Native Americans been living in America?
	A. a few decades	B. since after the arrival of Europeans
	C. about the same time as the Europeans	D. long before any Europeans came
Question 37: Why does the author compare different Native American tribes throughout the passage?
	A. to show that they all come from the same region of North America
	B. to show how different Native American tribes can be
	C. to show the different ways Native American tribes found food
	D. to show the traveling patterns of different Native American tribes
Question 38: Read the sentence: “The Hopi and the Navajo were, and are, two very distinct groups of people, and they come from the same part of the continent! So think about how much other tribes from other parts of the continent might differ.”What does the author suggest with this information?
	A. The Hopi and Navajo tribes are extremely unusual tribes.
	B. Native American tribes from different parts of the continent may be similar to the Hopi and Navajo.
	C. Native American tribes from different parts of the continent may be even more distinct from the Hopi and Navajo.
	D. Other tribes may try to move to the part of North America where the Hopi and Navajo live.
Question 39: What can be inferred about how the number of Native American tribes has changed over time?
	A. There are more Native American tribes today than in the 16th century.
	B. There are fewer Native American tribes today than in the 16th century.
	C. There are the same number of Native American tribes today as in the 16th century.
	D. It is unclear how the number of Native American tribes has changed.
Question 40: What is the main idea of this passage?
	A. Native American tribes can be very different from one another.
	B. Native American tribes should be recognized for their similarities.
	C. The Spanish had a large role in determining the difference of Native American tribes.
	D. The Hopi and Navajo are the two most important Native American tribes.
Question 41: The word “they” in paragraph 2 refers to _____.
	A. the Hopi people	B. Native American groups	C. the Spanish D. the American Southwest
Question 42: The word “permanent” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to _____.
	A. changing	B. cultural	C. long-lasting	D. unstable
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
Bello Nock recently raced up a thin wire on a motorcycle. He drove the motorcycle high over thousands of spectators' heads. He's a clown with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus.To the spectators below, Bello's stunt looked dangerous - and it was. But Bello knew a secret. He was using science to help keep himself safe.
Bello began performing circus stunts when he was nine years old. He walked on a thin wire that was stretched nine feet off the ground. To stay on a wire without falling, Bello needs to keep his center of gravity low. An object's center of gravity is usually located in the middle of the object. That is where the object's weight is centered. By crouching and keeping low, Bello keeps his center of gravity low. The lower his center of gravity, the harder it is for Bello to fall. Bello often carries a heavy metal stick when he performs. The stick bends downward, lowering his center of gravity.
Bello also uses Newton's first law of motion when he performs. That law is named for Isaac Newton. He was a scientist who lived about 275 years ago. Newton's first law of motion says that a moving object will keep moving unless an outside force acts on it. (The law also says that an object at rest will stay that way unless an outside force acts on it.) Bello uses that law when he rides his miniature, or tiny, bike.
As Bello speeds along on his tiny bike, he sometimes has to stop before slamming into a wall. To stop, Bello uses the bike's brakes. The brakes create friction between the bike's tires and the ground. The friction is an outside force that slows the bike. Friction also changes the bike's motion into heat energy. You could say that Bello's act is really hot! To see how friction works, rub your hands together as fast as you can. When you rub your hands together, they should start to feel warm. Friction between your hands changes into heat energy. Bello always puts on a high-energy show. "I always want to capture the attention of children," he said. He captures their attention with science.
Question 43: According to the passage, what does friction do with the motion of the bike?
	A. Friction changes the motion into heat energy.
	B. Friction helps keep the bike’s center of gravity low.
	C. Friction means that Bello can rub his hands together while he rides.
	D. Friction makes Bello less likely to fall off the bike.
Question 44: Which of the following does the author describe first in the passage?
	A. The author describes Bello’s life as a clown in the circus.
	B. The author describes Bello’s decision to use Newton’s first law of motion.
	C. The author describes Bello’s high-energy show as a tightrope walker.
	D. The author describes Bello’s circus act of riding a motorcycle on a wire.
Question 45: It can be inferred from the passage that
	A. Bello is a very inexperienced clown, and this inexperience shows in his act
	B. Bello only knows how to ride a motorcycle, not a bicycle
	C. the children in the audience at the circus may not understand the science behind Bello’s act
	D. Bello will probably stop performing as a circus clown soon because it is too dangerous
Question 46: The word “stQuestion 49: unt” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to _____.
	A. trick	B. motorcycle	C. motion	D. secret
Question 47: This passage is mostly about ______.
	A. how a clown enjoys his life performing in the circus
	B. how a clown got his start as a circus performer
	C. how a clown puts on a high-energy show
	D. how a clown uses science to stay safe as he does stunts
Question 48: What word would the author most likely use to describe Bello Nock?
	A. creative	B. passive	C. pessimistic	D. humourous
Question 49: The word “it” in paragraph 3 refers to ______.
	A. Newton's first law 	B. a moving object	C. an outside force	D. Bello’s performance
Question 50: The word “capture” in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to _____.
	A. catch	B. ignore	C. pay	D. impress
THE END

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