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ĐỂ THỊ CHÍNH THỨC in thi có 08 trang 


(Hàm số và bằng chữ) 

NĂM HỌC 2022 2023 

khoa thì ngày 09 tháng 6 năm 2017 


Thời gian làm bài 120 phút không kể thời gian giao đ 

Họ tên và chữ kỳ cần đo cháu thu 1 

Holn và chữ ký cán bộ chấm thi 


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Thi sinh không được sử dụng rồi lên Cán bộ coi thi chẳng gian thích gia thời 

I. Listening: 

II. Vocabulary & Grammar: 

III. Reading: 

IV. Writing: 


PART 1 (1 point) 

I. LISTENING (2 points) 

The listening test has TWO parts. You will hear each part TWICE. At the beginning of each part, you will have time to read the questions and at the end, you will have time to check your answers. 

You will hear a woman called Anna Fordham talking about a new scheme to reduce car dependence. For questions 1-10, complete the sentences with a word or short phrase. 

I. Anna is talking about a project called the 

2. Anna says that people find 

3. Anna points out that concerns about 

from cycling 

is not good enough for their needs. 

discourage many people 

A major factor preventing people living in cities from cycling is all the given out by the motorized traffic. 

5: The new project will benefit both those interested in 


6. As many as 

cycling and 

people could have easy access to the new routes. 

7. Many cycle ways will follow existing routes such as disused 

8. Anna reminds us that cycling is recommended by the 

9. The new routes will be good for young mothers, disabled people who use 

as well as cyclists 

10. It is hoped that the cycle routes will also lead to the development of 

and jobs. 

PART 2 (1 point) 

You will hear two students discussing their presentation on cities built by the sea following 

the instruction from their tutor. Listen and answer questions 11-20. Write your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes provided. 


D. don’t they 

B. round wooden fashionable 

3. Neither of the boys came to school yesterday. 

B. do they 

“I’m looking for a 

C. did they 


A. didn’t they 4. “Can I help you, sir?” 

A. wooden round fashionable C wooden fashionable round 

5. Analysts suggested the country 

A improve 

6. I wish you 

B. to improve 

D. fashionable round wooden 

its infrastructure to get foreign investment. 

C. Improved 

to the theatre last night, but you didn’t 

C. would come 

in public places. 

A. came 

B. was coming 

7. Under no circumstances 

“A should we allow to be smoked 

C we should allow smoking 

D. improving 

D had come 

B. should smoking be allowed D. smoking should be allowed 

8. Was Mary any help with your assignment?”-“Actually, 

material was very useful.” 

B. as her giving 

C. she was giving 

me extra reference 

D. she giving 

A. that she gave 

Don’t just 

A. while away 

the summer. Set a goal for yourself and do something constructive: B. make up 

C. wear off 

D. break down 

10. After nine months of massive losses the company finally went to the 

B. wall 

C. brick 

D. fence 

B. Despite his hard work 

will Mr. Dennis be able to regain control of the company 

A. bar 


A With very hard work 

C. Only if he works hardly 

12. I read the contract again and again 

B. by means of 

A. with a view to 13. Major spending is required to bring 

D. Only by working hard 

avoiding making spelling mistakes. Cin comparison to D. in terms of 

substantial improvements in housing. C. PP 

D. off 

B. about 

had we arrived at the hotel when there was a power cut. 

C. Not until 

D. Immediately new design software when he changed jobs. 

A in 

A. Not only 15. Jack had no choice 

A. but learning 

B. Hardly 

B. to learn 

16. The amateur actor was. 

A racking 

17. The garden is 

A deserted 

B. deciduous 

18. It is vital that products 

A. be tested 

B. being tested 19. We would rather Helen 

well informed. 

A sent 

B. send 

C. but to learn 

D. but also learn his brain trying to remember the lines of the script. B. picking 

C. stretching 

D. bashing of any sunlight so plants don’t grow there 

C. withered 

D. deprived carefully before they are sold to the public. 

D. were tested us all the information we needed. We should have been 

C. to be tested 

C. had sent 

D. have sent 

20. Having produced numerous albums, they are considered to be one of the most 

bands of the past decade 

A. highlighted 

Your answers: 

B. accentuated 

C. prolific 

D. bountiful 
















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Questions 11-15 

Choose the correct letter A, B or C. 


11. Carla and Rob were surprised to learn that coastal cities 

A contain nearly half the world’s population 

B. include most of the world’s largest cities 

C. are growing twice as fast as other cities 

12. According to Rob, building coastal cities near to rivers 

A. may bring pollution to the cities. 

B. may reduce the land available for agriculture: 

C. may mean the countryside is spolled by industry, 

13. What mistake was made when building water drainage channels in Miami in the 1950s?) 

A. There was too little money spent on them. 

B. They were made of unsuitable materials 

C. They did not allow for the effects of climate change. 

14. What do Rob and Carla think that the authorities in Miami should do immediately? 

A. take measures to restore ecosystems 

B. pay for a new flood prevention system 

C. stop disposing of waste materials into the ocean 

15. What do they agree should be the priority for international action? 

A. greater coordination of activities 

B. more sharing of information 

C. agreement on shared policies 

Questions 16-20 

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What decision do the students make about each of the following parts of their presentation? Choose FIVE answers from the box and write the correct letter A-G next to questions 16-20, 

Parts of the presentation 

16. Historical background 

19. Geographical factors 

18. Past mistakes. 

19. Future risks 

20. International implications 


A. use visuals 

B. keep it short 

C. involve other students 

D. check the information is accurate 

E, provide a handout 

F. focus on one example 

G. do online research 

Your answers: 












Choose the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. Write your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes provided. 

will be carried in the next space payload has not yet been announced to 

the public. A. It 

B. What 

2. Sue would suffer obesity if she couldn’t control her 

A. compulsive 

B. disastrous 

C. When 

D. That 


C, exhaustive 

D. meager 

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3. Neit 

III. READING (2.5 points) 

PART 1 (0,5 point) 

Read the passage and fill each blank with the correct form of the words in brackets. There is an example at the beginning (0). Write your answers in the numbered boxes provided. AN UNUSUAL SWIMMING CLUB 

asleep (SLEEP), members of a (CHEER) leave the warmth of their beds for an (ENERGY) swim in water with a temperature struggling to get beyond seven degrees centigrade. This behaviour may seem rather odd to you indeed, it may sound like complete madness but these swimmers firmly believe that it is healthy to take exercise in this way, even in the depth of winter. 

While most sensible people are still fast (0) special club in Britain (1) (2) 


(MEMBER) of the club requires daily swimming outdoors in a nearby (RESPOND) is lake. When members are asked why they do it, the common (4) that it makes them feel wonderful. The swimmers claim that immersing their bodies regularly in (RESIST) to illness, especially very cold water eventually makes them more (5) 

coughs and colds 

Your answers: 


PART 2 (1 point) 

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Read the passage and think of the word which best fits each blank. Use only ONE word in each blank. There is an example at the beginning (0). Write your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes provided. 


If you are (0) 


travelling this summer, you might want to consider a no contact from work or staycation instead; a week or two staying at home (1) 

It You college. It might sound boring but if you follow our tips, it’ll be far (2) can have a “real” holiday in your own home and don’t need to spend a penny (3) 

you want to. 

The most crucial aspect of any holiday is (4) 

some quality rest and 

relaxation. You can’t completely switch off when your phone’s pinging every ten seconds. why not unplug and unwind? Catch up on those novels that have kept put to one side or start that craft project you’ve been planning but never 

(5) (6) 

quite got round (7) 

Once refreshed, go out and about. Expose (8) 

to things you haven’t 

done before find a new walking route or discover a new place to hang out. Have a break from anyone who gets (9) 

your nerves and seek out those (10) 

company you enjoy. You may never leave home again! 

Your answers: 







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PART 3 (0,5 point) 

You are going to read a magazine article about competition, Six sentences have been removed from the article. Choose from the sentences A-G the one which fits each blank. There is one extra sentence which you do not need to use. There is an example at the beginning (0). Write your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes provided. 


Alfie Kohn, the American lecturer, wrote “Competition is to self-esteem what sugar is to teeth.” How right was his assessment of the competitive world we inhabit today? Is competition, as many believe, a vital element of life and therefore something to be prepared for It is certainly a debate that is engaging from as carly an age as possible? [0. 

everyone from educators and government to parents and the children themselves 

On the one hand there are those who maintain that competition comes into every aspect For proponents of this idea it is essential for children to be of our lives. [1. exposed to the trials and tribulations and occasional joys of competing in all areas of school life. 12 

In answer to critics who suggest that weaker performers may feel inferior it is argued that rewards can be given as encouragement or in less demanding categories such as punctuality Critics would reply that children know full well when they’re being patronised. 


Competitive sports in schools is another hotly debated subject. [3. say “someone has to come last”. But do they? Is it really a good thing for that child’s But then we find ourselves development to be seen to fail time after time? [4. considering another thorny issue that of the pushy parent who hopes to achieve his or her lifelong ambition through the child 


The children can play, but no league tables can be compiled, and there are no trophies or medals given out. The aim of this move was to protect children from pushy parents and aggressive coaches on the sidelines, from bullying and from peer pressure. 

There is no doubt that we live in a very competitive world and children must at some time learn to be able to make their way through it. However, perhaps school is a time for learning to co-operate rather than to compete. That will all come later 

A We all know the misery of the child who always comes last at sports day. 

B There will always be winners and losers and we have to be prepared for the fight. 

C Some parents approve unconditionally of this. 

D Recently, competitive football for children under eight years old was banned. 

E At least with after-school sports children are given the choice of whether they wish to 

compete or not. 

F The rewards system in schools that gives stars and merits for good performance is a part 

of this and claims to spur children on to great achievements 

G. Or is encouraging youngsters to compete simply setting many up to fail and creating a situation where loss of confidence is inevitable with all the consequences that brings? 

Your answers: 



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PART 4 (0,5 point) 

Read the passage and choose the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word or phrase that best fits each blank. There is an example at the beginning (0). Write your answers in the corresponding numbered boxes provided. 


Far more people are suffering (0) documented. Pollution originating from exhaust (1) 

are reportedly leading to (2) 

asthma than have been previously industrial waste and even smoking asthma symptoms. 

air quality which in turn is (3) 

With more and more cars on the roads, we cannot deny being more exposed to ever greater human respiratory health is being negatively impacted, with asthma. 

levels of air pollution. (4) 

many of those living in residential areas close to busy roads becoming more (5) As more and more of us are taking to the roads, the key focus perhaps should be the promotion of cleaner fuels and vehicles that produce lower (6) 

However, the only way motorists will contemplate using (7) 

of them is if they are considered to be an affordable and therefore viable option. Simultaneously, motorists should be discouraged from (8) unnecessary journeys. If greater incentives were offered for car-sharing with colleagues or using park-and-ride schemes, more people would be inclined to use these schemes Although in all faimess, it would not do any (9) for public transport systems to be re-examined, us relying on them can be somewhat tough going and, in some parts of the country, the service provided is simply (10) for people’s needs, which is why more people drive, 

0. A on 

1. A gason 

A downturning 

3. A. provoking 

4. A. On the contrary 

5. A. inclined to 

6. A. emissions 

B from 

B. smoke 

B. degrading 

B. triggering 

B. For example 

B. disposed towards 

B. releases 


C. fumes 

C. failing 

C. generating 

C. As a consequence 

C. accustomed to C. excretions Call 

C. doing 

C. disadvantage 

7. A. either 

B. neither! 

8. A breaking 

B. getting 

9. A. mistake 

B. obstacle 

10. A scarce 

B. incomplete 

C inadequate 

Your answers: 



TV. WRITING (2,5 points) 

D. in 

D. smog 

D. deteriorating 

D. activating 

D. Nevertheless 

D. prone to 

D. exhalations 

D. some 

D. making 

D. harm 

D. lacking 


PART 1 (0,5 point) 

For each question, complete the second sentence in such a way that it is as similar in meaning as possible to the one printed before it. 

1. She didn’t know that they were watching her every move 


2. It was stupid of me to throw away the receipt! 

If only 

3. People think the artist made a fortune from selling his abstract paintings. 

The artist 

Trang nh 

4. The m 

4. The moment I shouted he ran away. 

No sooner 

5 What amazes me is that she has left the hospital £18 million 


PART 2 (0,5 point) 

For each question, complete the second sentence in such a way that it has the closest meaning to the original one, using the WORD given. DO NOT change this word. Your must use between THREE and SIX words, including the word given. 

1. The yacht race was postponed until next Saturday due to strong winds. BECAUSE 


text Saturday 

the yacht race was postponed until 

2. They have been building their dream house for the past three years. UNDER 

Their dream house 

for the past three years. 

about history because it is 

3. Children find it more interesting to visit museums than read about history. PREFER 


more interesting. 

4. The show was just about to be canceled due to low ratings VERGE 

The show was 

5. Maric scolded her son for breaking the vase. TOLD 


PART 3 (1,5 points) 

due to low ratings 

for breaking the vase. 

Write an essay on the following topic: 

Some people think that social networking has made life more complex and stressful 

Do you agree or disagree with this opinion” 

Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience. 

You should write between 200 and 250 words. 

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