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NĂM HỌC 2018 – 2019



Môn thi: Tiếng Anh – Lớp 12

Thời gian làm bài: 90 phút (không kể thời gian giao đề)

Mã đề thi 





(Thí sinh không được sử dụng tài liệu)


Họ, tên thí sinh:..................................................................... Số báo danh: ............................. A. LISTENING: 

Questions 1-5: You will hear Sarah Brown talking about her work as a television weather  forecaster.You will hear the recording twice.

Listen to her talk and do exercise

Choose the best word (A, B, C or D). Write your answer on your answer sheet.

Question 1 - How long has Sarah worked as a weather forecaster?

A) two years B) seven years C) thirty years D) thirteen years Question 2 - What does Sarah say about her job?

A) She sometimes has to work at night.

B) She enjoys getting up early.

C) She works ten or twelve hours a day.

D) She normally stays up late to manage the department.

Question 3 - When Sarah does a weather forecast, ______

A) she prepares it in advance.

B) she sometimes forgets her words.

C) she worries about making a mistake.

D) There is much time for her to prepare

Question 4 - Sarah's husband ______

A) works on the same days each week. B) wants to move nearer his work. C) spends a lot of time travelling. D) is often on short-distance flights. Question 5 - Sarah is pleased because she ______

A) has got her pilot's license. B) taught her husband to play tennis C) took part in a long race. D) skis all the time

Questions 6-10: You will hear a LECTURE about Jack London’s life and work. You will hear  the recording twice.

Listen to the lecture and do exercise

Choose the best answer (A, B, C or D). Write your answer on your answer sheet.

Question 6. What is the lecture mainly about?

A How London's life and work are contrasted.

B How London's life influenced his work.

C London's political writings.

D London's early adventures.

Question 7. According to the professor, what effect did the absence of a father have on London? A It affected his relationship with his mother.

B It causes him to commit crimes.

C It influenced aspects of his writing.

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D It prepared him for a life of adventure.

Question 8. Why does the professor think that London read so many books? A London wanted to learn from other writers.

B London was enrolled at a university.

C London needed to use other writer's ideas.

D London had few ways of gaining real experience.

Question 9. What does the professor imply about London’s success?

A He was immediately successful as a writer.

B He was successful only in later life.

C He worked hard to achieve success.

D He never really achieved much success.

Question 10. What does the professor think of London's work?

A Most of London's work was excellent.

B Most of London's work is careless.

C Much of London's work is not very good.

D Much of London's work is very modern.


Find the word with the stress pattern different from that of the other three words in each  question.

Question 11: A. encourage B. expertise C. occasion D. depend Question 12: A. access B. accent C. influence D. individual Question 13: A. limitation B. necessarily C. government D. interactive Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is CLOSEST in  meaning to the sentence given in each of the following question.

Question 14: Only with careful environmental planning can we protect the world in which we  live.

A. We can protect the world we live in only with careful environmental planning. B. Protecting the world we live in, we plan the environment carefully.

C. Careful environmental planning protects the world we live in.

D. Planning the environment carefully, we can protect the world in which we live. Question 15: You should take regular exercises instead of sitting in front of the television all  day.

A. Don’t take regular exercises, just sit in front of the television all day.

B. Sitting in front of the television all day and taking exercises are advisable. C. Taking regular exercises is better than sitting in front of the television all day. D. Sitting in front of the television all day helps you take regular exercises.

Question 16: It was not until after I got home that I realized I had not set the burglar alarm in  the office.

A. I didn’t turn the burglar alarm on before I left the office, but I only became aware of this  after I'd arrived home.

B. Fortunately, I realized that I hadn't set the burglar alarm just before I left for home;  otherwise, I would have had to travel all the way back to the office.

C. On the way home, I suddenly realized that I had forgotten to turn on the burglar alarm in the  office.

D. I wish I had realized before I arrived home that I hadn't turned on the burglar alarm in the  office, then it would have been easier to go and set it.

Question 17: Had Kathy studied hard, she would have passed the examination. A. Kathy studied very hard but she did not succeed in the examination.

B. Kathy knew that she would succeed in the examination.

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C. But for her hard study, Kathy would have succeed in the examination.

D. Kathy did not study hard, so she failed.

Question 18: We are going to get into hot water when we arrive home

A. The water will become hot when we arrive at home.

B. When coming home, we will have a nice hot bath.

C. We are going to have trouble when we get home

D. We have to boil water first when we arrive home

Choose the word or phrase OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the  following sentences.

Question 19: At first, our problems seemed insurmountable. However, now I think we'll be able  to find solutions.

A. not able to be solved B. able to be solved

C. able to be discussed D. not able to be discussed Question 20: Dalat is famous for various ideal excursion places such as Xuan Huong lake, pine  forests and waterfalls

A. unique B. likely C. different D. similar

Read the following passage and choose the best answer to each question In today’s culture, tattoos are very popular as a form of body decoration. As seen in their  prevalence among rebellious teenagers, social outsiders, dangerous outlaws, and many other  people, tattoos are viewed as luxurious fashion statements that possess a forbidden attraction - mainly as long as they remain unseen. However, some people get tattoos in order to identify  themselves with certain groups, such as military units, fraternities, or even criminal organizations,  like the Japanese yakuza. Tattoos have been used in this manner throughout history by many  different cultures in the world. In fact, they have always been an important functional and  symbolic feature in most tribal and ancient cultures, whether they were used for identification,  worship, therapy, decoration, or in other rituals.

The earliest written records describing tattoo usage date back to Ancient Egypt, from  where the practice spread to Crete, Greece, Persia, and Arabia. However, tribal cultures  throughout northern Europe, the western hemisphere, and east Asia had been applying tattoos for  several thousands of years before this, with people in Japan reportedly creating tattoos ten  thousand years ago. One of the best pieces of evidence of this usage came from the excavation of  Otzi the Ice Man, the Oldest naturally preserved body discovered in Europe. Dating back to  3300BC, this mummy had fifty-seven tattoos on its body, mostly located on the inside of the left  knee, ankle, and legs. In China and Russia, naturally mummified bodies that are just as old have  been found to bear tattoos in similar sports. Based on the location of these tattoos, some  researchers speculate that they were part of a therapeutic treatment for bones.

Ancient and tribal cultures used tattoos primarily for identification, though. A person’s tattoo  would indicate their tribe, family, or social status. For instance, the Norse, the Danes, the Saxons,  and other Germanic peoples used tattoos to identify their particular clans. The Maori in New  Zealand used tattoos to indicate their social ranking. In many southeast Asian tribes, as well as in  American tribes like the Inuit, women used tattoos to indicate that they were eligible for marriage  or already married. Tattoos were also very common among warriors who displayed bravery or  ferocity in combat. Chickasaw warriors distinguished themselves with tattoos, and the Dayak  tribes used them to boast of the people they killed in battle. In later military usage, ancient Greek  spies had tattoos that related their military ranks to each other. Originally, Roman soldiers did not

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have tattoos. However, after witnessing the fierceness of British tribes they fought, Roman  soldiers began to get tattoos in order to emulate their enemy’s ferocity.

Question 21: Which of the following can be the best title of the passage? A. Usage of tattoos as identification B. Tattoos on ancient mummies C. Tattoos in tribal and ancient cultures D. Tattoos – a rebellious attraction

Question 22: In paragraph 1, the author mentions the modern use of tattoos as a form of  identification in order to______

A. explain their associations with criminals B. introduce their origins in older cultures C. condemn them as fashion statements D. provide technical details on tattoos Question 23: According to paragraph 2, some researchers believe that the tattoos found on  mummies were used to______

A. assist them in worship B. mark them as slaves

C. begin their adulthood D. treat bone ailments

Question 24: Based on the information in paragraph 2, what can be inferred about the origins of  tattoos?

A. Tattoos developed independently in different cultures.

B. It took thousands of years for tattoos to be used globally.

C. Otzi the Ice Man is the first to have ancient tattoos.

D. All ancient cultures copied the practice from Egypt.

Question 25: The word “them” in paragraph 3 refers to______

A. tattoos B. tribes C. warriors D. themselves Question 26: The word "eligible" in paragraph 3 could best be replaced by______ A. young enough B. trained C. qualified D. intelligent Question 27: According to paragraph 3, why did the Roman soldiers begin to get tattoos? A. They used tattoos to treat their battle wounds.

B. They wanted to boast of the enemies they killed.

C. They needed to identify their military ranks.

D. They were inspired by the ferocity of their tattooed enemies.

Question 28: According to paragraph 3, all of the following are listed as things identified by  tattoos in tribal cultures EXCEPT

A. tribal affiliation B. social rank C. marital status D. criminal status Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the rest in the same  line.

Question 29: A. southern B. admirable C. infamous D. cupboard Question 30: A. clothes B. horses C. youths D. paths Circle the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following  questions.

Question 31: Now, don’t tell anyone else what I’ve just told you. Remember, it is ______. A. confident B. confidence C. confidentially D. confidential Question 32: Dinner will be ready soon. Can you please ______ the table? A. lay B. put C. make D. settle Question 33: Some vegetables are grown without soil and under ______ light. A. unreal B. false C. artificial D. fake Question 34: My friend’s uncle has been________ MP ( Member of Parliament) for five years. A. Ø B. a C. an D. the Question 35: A part – time job gives me the freedom to ________ my own interests.

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A. seek B. pursue C. chase D. catch Question 36: The type of plant and animal life living in and around a pond depends on the soil  of the pond, ________ and the pond’s location.

A. the quality of water B. how is the water quality

C. what the quality of the water is D. what is the water quality Question 37: After years of being exposed to the sun and rain, the sign had become completely  ________

A. readable B. unreadable C. illegible D. misread Question 38: Waiter: “How would you like your steak, sir? Man: “______” A. Not too bad B. Yes, of course I like it

C. Rare, please D. Very good

Question 39: It is highly recommended that language learners in general and English learners  ______ should learn the language in the native community so as to master it. A. on the whole B. in particular C. on the other hand D. in short Question 40: I was thinking of going out, but on ______thoughts, it might be better to stay in. A. good B. second C. deep D. strong Question 41: I was very afraid of the history exam, and when I managed to pass it, I  was ______, I invited all my friends to a drink in the local pub.

A. feeling blue B. under the color C. off color D. on cloud nine Question 42: You shouldn't lose heart; success often comes to those who are not ______ by  failures.

A. switched off B. turned on C. put off D. left out Read the passage and choose the best word or combination of words to fill in each blank.  Write your answers (A, B, C or D) in the box provided.


 The volume of traffic in many cities in the world today continues to expand. This causes  many problems, including serious air pollution, lengthy delays, and the greater risk (43)_____  accidents. Clearly, something must be done, but it is difficult to (44)_____ people to change their  habits and leave their cars at home.

One possible (45)_____ is to make it more expensive for people to use their cars by  (46)_____ charges for parking and bringing in tougher fines for anyone who (47)_____ the law.  In addition, drivers could be required to pay for using particular routes at different times of the  day. This system, (48)_____ as “road pricing”, is already being introduced in a number of cities,  using a special electronic card (49)_____ to windscreen of the car.

Another way of dealing with the problem is to provide cheap parking on the (50)_____ of  the city, and strictly control the number of vehicles allowed in to the centre. Drivers and their  passengers then use a special bus service for the (51)_____ stage of their journey.

Of course, the most important thing is to provide good public transport. However, to get  people to give up the comfort of their cars, public transport must be felt to be reliable, convenient  and comfortable, with fares (52)_____ at an acceptable level.

Question 43: A. about B. by C. for D. of Question 44: A. persuade B. suggest C. make D. arrange Question 45: A. custom B. style C. manner D. approach Question 46: A. growing B. enlarging C. developing D. increasing Question 47: A. crosses B. breaks C. refuses D. cracks

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Question 48: A. named B. known C. seen D. called Question 49: A. placed B. joined C. built D. fixed Question 50: A. outside B. outskirts C. limit D. border Question 51: A. late B. complete C. end D. final Question 52: A. stood B. given C. kept D. taken Read the following passage and choose the best answer to each question 

 Paul Bunyan is perhaps America’s best-known folk hero. A fictional logger  of incredible strength, he was most likely based on an actual nineteenth-century logger  from the northern United States or Canada. As a folk hero, he struck a chord with 


Americans on some level, perhaps because he was incredibly strong but also because  (5)

he was hard-working and capable, ingenious in solving problems, and fun-loving. Though there is evidence that Paul Bunyan tales were part of oral tradition in  the nineteen century, Paul Bunyan stories did not appear in written form until the early  twentieth century. Journalist James McGillivray included descriptions of Bunyan in a  series of essay entitled “The Round River Drive” which appeared in a number of  (10)

Midwestern newspapers between 1906 and 1910. However, it was through an extensive  advertising campaign that Paul Bunyan moved solidly into print.

Recognizing the appeal of Paul Bunyan as a figure for his company’s  advertising, William Laughead, an advertising executive for the Red River Lumber  Company, initiated a campaign that consisted of a series of publications featuring Paul  (15)

Bunyan. For several decades, the company distributed these publications free of charge  and made no attempt to obtain a copyright on them. In fact, the company vigorously  encouraged other writers to make use of Paul Bunyan because it felt that the use of this  character enhanced the name recognition of the Red River Lumber Company inasmuch  as the name of the folk hero and the name of the company had become interwoven. 


The Bunyan stories published by Red River and further circulated by others  were tall tales of gigantic proportions. In these tales, Banyan is depicted as a man of  superhuman proportions, who is strong, hard-working, entrepreneurial, and innovative.  In one story, for example, Paul is credited with digging the Great Lakes in order to  create a watering hole for his giant ox, Babe. In another of these tales, Paul caused an  (25)

entire winter of blue snow to fall by swearing a blue streak after he injured himself by  smashing his thumb with a large hammer. A third story in the series describes Paul’s  role in establishing the Mississippi River.

Fascination with Paul Bunyan has continued to grow, and today he is a standard  of American folklores. The prevalence of Bunyan as a figure of folklore today is  evidenced by references to him in countless stories, cartoons, poems, and songs as well  as the numerous community festivals and logging competitions featuring Paul Bunyan  that can be found throughout the sections of the country where logging has strong  tradition.

Question 53: The purpose of this passage is to ______.

A. present the actual feats of a real-life logger B. provide an overview of American folktales C. describe logging in North America D. discuss a “larger than life” folk hero Question 54: It is NOT stated in the passage that Paul Bunyan is known for his ______. A. unusual strength B. dedication to work

C. ingenuity in difficult situations D. serious nature

Question 55: Which of the following CANNOT be inferred about the Red River Lumber  Company’s advertising campaign featuring Paul Bunyan?

A. It endured for quite a time.

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B. The company did not protect its ownership of the stories.

C. The campaign did little to enhance the company’s profitability.

D. The company wanted the name Paul Bunyan to be known as widely as possible. Question 56: The pronoun “them” in line 14 refers to ______.

A. publications B. series C. decades D. writers Question 57: The word “interwoven” in line 17 could be best replaced by ______. A. not compatible B. mixed together C. unfashionable D. too separate Question 58: Where in the passage does the author discuss a weather phenomenon that Paul  Bunyan supposedly caused?

A. Lines 3-5 B. Lines 14-17 C. lines 20-23 D. Lines 25-29 Question 59: The author’s tone in this passage is ______.

A. humorous B. neutral C. sarcastic D. pessimistic 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 60: He did not remember the meeting. He went out for a coffee with his friends then. A. Not remember the meeting, he went out for a coffee with his friends.

B. Not to remember the meeting, he went out for a coffee with his friends.

C. Not remembered the meeting, he went out for a coffee with his friends.

D. Not remembering the meeting, he went out for a coffee with his friends. Question 61: They left their home early. They didn’t want to miss the first train. A. They left their home early for fear that they wouldn’t miss the first train. B. They left their home early so as to not miss the first train.

C. They left their home early so as not to miss the first train.

D. They left their home early in order that not to miss the first train.

Question 62: Overeating is a cause of several deadly diseases. Physical inactivity is another  cause of several deadly diseases.

A. Apart from physical activities, eating too much also contributes to several deadly diseases. B. Both overeating and physical inactivity result from several deadly diseases. C. Not only overeating but also physical inactivity may lead to several deadly diseases. D. Overeating and physical inactivity are caused by several deadly diseases. Question 63: I did not arrive in time. I was not able to see her off.

A. She had left because I was not on time B. I did not go there, so I could not see her off C. I arrived very late to say goodbye to her D. I was not early enough to see her off. Question 64: He behaved in a very strange way. That surprised me a lot.

A. His behavior was a very strange thing, that surprised me most.

B. He behaved very strangely, which surprised me very much.

C. What almost surprised me was the strange way he behaved.

D. I was almost not surprised by his strange behavior.

Choose the word or phrase CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the  following sentences.

Question 65: She simply took it for granted that the check was good and did not ask him any  questions about it.

A. looked it over B. objected to it

C. permitted it D. accepted it without investigation Question 66: I think we have solved this problem once and for all.

A. temporarily B. in the end C. for goods D. forever

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Question 67: Sarah stood there, looking at his boyfriend without showing any reaction when  he told her the news.

A. heartlessly B. impersonally C. caringly D. indifferently Choose the underlined word or phrase in each sentence that needs correcting  Question 68: The American architect Frank Lloyd developed a theory of architecture stressed the  needs of the people who used it.

A. a theory of architecture B. needs

C. developed D. stressed

Question 69: Children subjected to violence, exploration, abuse, and neglect are in risk of death,  poor physical and mental health, HIV/AIDS infection, and educational problems. A. in risk of death B. HIV/AIDS infection

C. abuse D. subjected

Question 70: The works of early American woodcarvers had many artistic qualities, but these  craftsmen probably did not think of them as artists.

A. them B. many C. works D. probably ----------- HẾT ----------