Đề thi tốt nghiệp THPT năm 2023 môn Tiếng Anh - Sở GD&ĐT Hậu Giang - Mã đề 817 (Có đáp án)

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SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO
KỲ THI TỐT NGHIỆP THPT NĂM 2023 
TỈNH HẬU GIANG
Bài thi: NGOẠI NGỮ

Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH
ĐỀ THI THỬ
Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề
Mã đề 817
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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 1. I was at sea when he started discussing quantum physics during dinner. 
	A. feeling hot	B. feeling confused
	C. travelling inland	D. able to understand
Question 2. Surviving tough times can really deepen your relationship.
	A. challenging	B. solid	C. easy	D. strong
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.
There are several ways to measure how often men and women appear in news photos. One way is to think about all the photos together as making up one big crowd of people and estimating what share are women versus men. Women made up 33% of all the 53,067 individuals identified in news post images, while men made up the other 67%. 
Another way to look at the data is to examine the mix of people who appear in each image. Across the 22,342 posts with photos containing identifiable human faces, more than half of them exclusively showed men, while less than a quarter showed exclusively women. The remaining images show at least one man and one woman. 
All 17 news outlets included in the study showed more men than women in news images on Facebook during the study period. The share of individuals who were identified as women by the model ranges from 25% to 46%, by outlet. 
While these findings are striking, there is no perfect benchmark or “true ratio” for how often men and women should be portrayed in news images on social media. Yes, the U.S. population is divided nearly in half, male versus female. But, for example, all the representational coverage of professional football teams would return results overwhelmingly dominated by male faces. Coverage of the U.S. Senate – currently 25% female – might do the same. In addition, the analysis did not address whether the content of the news stories that accompanied the images was more focused on men or women. 
The analysis also reveals other ways that men are more prominent in news images on Facebook. In photos that showed two or more people, men tend to outnumber women. And men’s faces take up more space when shown, with the average male face being 10% larger than the average female face across all photos with people. 
 (Adapted from https://www.pewresearch.org/) 
Question 3. Which of the following best serves as the title for the article? 
	A. Men Appear Twice as Often as Women in News Photos on Facebook 
	B. The analysis of news images on Facebook 
	C. Men and Women in News Images by Outlet 
	D. Big Crowd of People and the Share of Women and Men 
Question 4. How many of the 22,342 posts with photos containing identifiable human faces showed only women? 
	A. 46% 	B. 75% 	C. 25% 	D. 33% 
Question 5. The word “exclusively” in paragraph 2 most probably means ______. 
	A. perfectly 	B. uniquely 	C. naturally 	D. honestly 
Question 6. The word “striking” in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to ______. 
	A. inactive 	B. creative 	C. impartial 	D. impressive 
Question 7. Which of the following is TRUE, according to the article? 
	A. Women accounted for 67% of all the 53,067 individuals identified in news post images. 
	B. Currently 25% of the U.S. Senate are female. 	
	C. Women’s faces take up more space when shown. 
	D. More than half of the 22,342 posts with photos show at least one man and one woman. 
Question 8. The word “that” in paragraph 4 refers to ______. 
	A. the analysis 	B. the stories 	C. the content 	D. the images 
Question 9. Which of the reason why men are more prominent in news images can be inferred from the passage? 
	A. Women are whiter than men. 	 B. Women didn’t like taking photos. 
	C. women’s face was smaller than men’s. 	 D. Men didn’t make up.
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.
Millions of people in the UK are putting their sight at risk by continuing to smoke, warned specialists. Despite the clear connection, only one in five people recognise that smoking can lead to blindness, a poll for the Association of Optometrists (AOP) finds. Smokers are twice as likely to lose their sight compared with non-smokers, as tobacco smoke can cause and worsen a number of eye conditions.
Cigarette smoke contains toxic chemicals that can irritate and harm the eyes. Additionally, Smoking can make diabetes-related sight problems worse by damaging blood vessels at the back of the eye. Smokers are also around three times more likely to get age-related macular degeneration - a condition affecting a person's central vision, meaning that they lose their ability to see fine details.
Moreover, they are 16 times more likely than non-smokers to develop sudden loss of vision caused by optic neuropathy, where the blood supply to the eye becomes blocked. The AOP says stopping or avoiding smoking is one of the best steps you can take to protect your vision, along with having regular sight checks. Aishah Fazlanie, Optometrist and Clinical and Regulatory Adviser for the AOP, said: "People tend to know about the link between smoking and cancer, but many people are not aware of the impact that smoking can have upon the eyes.” 
In the UK, 17% of men and 13% of women - around 7.4 million people - are smokers. More than half (61%) of them say they want to quit. In 2017, around 2.8 million people - 5.5% of the UK - were using e-cigarettes, and the most common reason given for this was to help quit smoking. 
 (Adapted from https://www.bbc.com/) 
Question 10. What is the passage mainly about? 
	A. The connection between smoking and cancer 
	B. People in UK switching to e-cigarette to quit smoking 
	C. Smoking’s negative effects on the human eye 
	D. How we can protect our vision from cigarette smoke 
Question 11. The word “their” in paragraph 1 refers to _______. 
	A. problems 	B. smokers	C. non-smokers 	D. specialists
Question 12. According to the passage, smokers can unexpectedly lose vision when _______. 
	A. blood vessels at the back of the eye are damaged. 
	B. they suffer from macular degeneration. 
	C. toxic chemicals in cigarette smoke harm the eye. 
	D. the blood supply to the eye is blocked 
Question 13. The word “fine” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to _______. 
	A. exact 	B. excellent 	C. lively 	D. relevant 
Question 14. The AOP suggest doing all of the following to protect our sight EXCEPT _______. 
	A. stopping smoking. 	B. avoiding smoking. 
	C. checking our sight regularly. 	D. switching to e-cigarettes. 
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 blanks.
We need to attend to the tree loss because of the following tree benefits. Firstly, trees provide shade for homes, office buildings, parks and roadways, cooling surface temperatures. They also take in and evaporate water, ____(15)___ cools the air around them. Secondly, trees absorb carbon and remove pollutants from the atmosphere. Trees also reduce energy costs by $4 billion a year, according to Nowak's study. "The shading of those trees on buildings ____(16)___ your air conditioning costs. Take those trees away; now your buildings are heating up, you're running your air conditioning more, and you're burning more fuel from the power plants, so the pollution and emissions go up." ____(17)___ , trees act as water filters, taking in dirty surface water and absorbing nitrogen and phosphorus into the soil. Last but not least, ____(18)___ studies have found connections between exposure to nature and better mental and physical health. Some hospitals have added tree views and plantings for patients as a result of these studies. Doctors are even prescribing walks in nature for children and families due to evidence that nature exposure lowers blood ____(19)___ and stress hormones. And studies have associated living near green areas with lower death rates. 
 (Adapted from https://www.studocu.com/vn)
Question 15. A. whose 	B. what	C. that 	D. which 
Question 16. A. reduces 	B. increases 	C. values 	D. pays 
Question 17. A. Afterwards 	B. However 	C. Besides 	D. Consequently 
Question 18. A. every 	B. much 	C. many 	D. each 
Question 19. A. stream 	B. pressure 	C. drop 	D. line 
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 20. A. late	B. name 	C. page 	D. act
Question 21. A. anthem	B. neither	C. without	D. although
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 22. In all these films one observes that directors are taking a new interest in Native American culture.
	A. says	B. sees 	C. thinks 	D. hopes
Question 23. I've left my watch at the jeweller's to be mended.
	A. repaired	B. sold	C. broken	D. created
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 24. The 32nd SEA Games ________ in Cambodia from May 5th to 17th, 2023 
	A. hold	B. were holding	C. were held 	D. held 
Question 25. Tom always _______ his promises, so I'm sure he'll do what he said he'd do.
	A. breaks	B. forgets	C. does	D. keeps
Question 26. He is very worried ______ his new job.
	A. about	B. with	C. at	D. for
Question 27. The man ________ near my home walks to work every day.
	A. is lived	B. living	C. is living	D. lived
Question 28. The tsunami in 2004 ________ some countries and caused a lot of damage.
	A. reached 	B. beat 	C. defeated 	D. hit
Question 29. She has done an _______ job of adapting the novel for the screen.
	A. excellent	B. excellently	C. excel	D. excellence
Question 30. She asked you to give her a hand, _______? 
	A. has she	B. didn’t you	C. hadn’t she	D. didn’t she
Question 31. They actually decided _______ something positive about it.
	A. done	B. to do 	C. do 	D. doing 
Question 32. Actually, today I feel ______ I did yesterday.
	A. worse than 	B. bad than	C. worst 	D. the worst 
Question 33. Kansas City was hit with five personal ______ in the fourth quarter. 
	A. fouls 	B. faults 	C. errors	D. mistakes 
Question 34. We ______ for the bus when we saw a car accident.
	A. were waiting	B. wait	C. was waiting	D. waited
Question 35. The meeting will begin ________.
	A. when all the participants were arriving 	 B. as soon as all the participants arrive 
	C. by the time all the participants arrived	 D. after all the participants had arrived
Question 36. Your sister is ______ most intelligent girl I’ve ever met. 
	A. an 	B. a 	C. Ø (no article)	D. the 
Question 37. Giving your credit card to a stranger is like sending a _______ guarding the henhouse.
	A. duck 	B. cat 	C. fox 	D. fish
Question 38. Bob’s doctor advised him to ________ smoking.
	A. take up	B. put up	C. turn up	D. give up
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 39. Ann has some work to do tonight. She can’t eat out with her family.
	A. Supposing that Ann doesn’t have some work to do tonight, she can eat out with her family.
	B. If Ann didn’t have some work to do tonight, she could eat out with her family.
	C. If only Ann hadn’t had some work to do tonight, she could have eaten out with her family.
	D. If Ann had some work to do tonight, she couldn’t eat out with her family.
Question 40. Bob finished work. He went home to spend more time with his little daughter then. 
	A. No sooner had Bob finished work than he went home to spend more time with his little daughter. 
	B. Hardly had Bob finished work when he didn’t go home to spend more time with his little daughter.
	C. Only after Bob went home to spend more time with his little daughter did he finish work. 
	D. No sooner had Bob finished work when he went home to spend more time with his little daughter. 
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 41. The two young men got down his bows and arrows, and all were busy making plans for the next day.
	A. were	B. his	C. got	D. making
Question 42. For years successful governments have struggled to define what extremism is and who they’re trying to confront.
	A. extremism	B. confront	C. successful	D. define
Question 43. Peter forgets to charge his phone last night, so now its battery is running low.
	A. his 	B. its 	C. is running	D. forgets 
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 44. Fiona and Lan are talking about hunting wild animals. 
- Fiona: “I think hunting wild animals should be banned.” 
- Lan: “________. Many wild animals are in danger of extinction." 
	A. I disagree completely	B. I couldn’t agree more 
	C. You're wrong 	D. No problem 
Question 45. Jack is talking to his sister Laura.
Jack: “Could you look after my baby while I'm away?"	Laura: " ________."
	A. Thank you B. It's doesn't matter	C. With pleasure	D. That's all right 
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. She last went shopping two months ago.
	A. She didn't go shopping two months ago.	 B. She has two months to go shopping.
	C. She has gone shopping for two months. 	 D. She hasn't gone shopping for two months. 
Question 47. It's against the law if you hunt the endangered species.
	A. You needn't hunt the endangered species.	 B. You don't need to hunt the endangered species.
	C. You can't hunt the endangered species.	 D. You mustn't hunt the endangered species.
Question 48. “Kate, what are you doing next Saturday?” Nam asked.
	A. Nam asked Kate what she is doing the next Saturday.
	B. Nam asked Kate what she was doing the next Saturday.
	C. Nam asked Kate what was she doing the next Saturday.
	D. Nam asked Kate what is she doing next Saturday.
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 49. A. graduate 	B. applicant	C. endangered	D. document 
Question 50. A. discuss 	B. depend 	C. explain	D. enter
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