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ĐỀ THI THỬ THPT QUỐC GIA NĂM 2015
Môn: Tiếng Anh (Lần 2)
Thời gian làm bài: 90 phút
(Không kể thời gian giao đề)
MÃ ĐỀ 01

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlinedpart
ispronounced differently from the other three in each of the following questions.
Question 1: A. frustrate
B.furious
C.punctual
D.rubbish
Question 2: A.carriages
B.whistles

C.assures
D.costumes
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other
three in theposition of the main stress in each of the following questions.
Question 3: A.digest
B.effect
C.process
D.success
Question 4: A.commitment B.involvement
C.currency
D.economy
Question 5: A.intellectual B.accelerate
C.curriculum
D.compulsory
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer for each of the
blanks.
Question 6: “Has Jenifer ever been to Paris?” “No, but___________, she’s going next week”
A. interestedly
B. interested enough
C. interestingly enough
D. enough interesting
Question 7: I have no patience with gossips. What I told Bill was a secret. He___________it to you.
A. mustn’t read
B. shouldn’t have repeated
C. mustn’t have repeated
D. shouldn’t read
Question 8: I suppose Jason must be in his___________teens.
A. middle
B. earlier
C. late
D. later
Question 9: The accused denied___________in the vicinity of the murder scene.
A. to have ever been
B. have ever been
C. having ever been
D. ever having been
Question 10: Mr. Duncan does not know___________the lawn mower after they had flnished using it.
A. where did they put
B. where they did put
C. where they put


D. where to put
Question 11: Of the two new teachers, one is experienced and___________.
A. the others is not
B. another is inexperienced
C. the other is not
D. other lacks experience
Question 12: Losing my job was a great shock, but I think I’m___________it
A. seeing to
B.putting up with C. Standing for
D. getting over
Question 13: The hotel was terrible, but the wonderful beach___________our disappointment.
A. got over
B.faced up to
C.made upfor
D. saw to
Question 14:___________is that a chicken stands up to lay its eggs.
A. Many people don’t realize
B. What many people don’t realize
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C. It is that many people don’t realize
D. Because many people don’t realize
Question 15: I don’t like Anthony, he seems to take too much___________In criticizing everyone.
A. joy
B.fascination
C.pleasure
D.entertainment
Question 16: The price of fruit has increased recently,___________the price of vegetables has gone
down.
A. whereas
B.whether
C.when
D.otherwise
Question 17:___________that F.W Frohawk made his greatest contribution to the field of natural
history
during the Victorian period.
A. It was as a butterfly illustrator
B. He was a butterfly illustrator
C. A butterfly illustrator
D. When he was a butterfly illustrator
Question 18: Our hotel is___________walking distance of the sea.
A. close
B. inside
C. near
D. within
Question 19: “Why don’t we go to the zoo?” - “___________”
A. Because we don’t have enough money
B. I couldn’t agree more
C. That’s a good idea
D. Yes, I’d love to
Question 20: “ I couldn’t take the history class I wanted last semester” “Why didn’t you talk to your
advisor? She___________able to help you get in”
A. wasn’t
B. might have been
C. might be
D. couldn’t have been
Question 21:___________store information but they also distribute it.
A. Not only computers
B. Not computers only
C. Computers do not only
D. Computers not only
Question 22: “Are you coming to the party?” - “___________”
A. Fm not sure
B.I’m sorry
C.I like but I can
D. I will
Question 23: You can’t just bury your___________ in the sand and hope that this problem goes away.
A. book
B.hand
C.head
D. foot
Question 24: You should bear in mind that children of tender years are notoriously___________.
A. impressive
B.impervious
C.impersonal
D. impressionable
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST
in meaning to the under linedpart in each of the following questions.
Question 25: A nurse practioner has training in a specialized area of medicine.
A. honorable
B.difficult
C.prescribed
D. distinct
Question 26: Ice Age fossils from the La Brea tar pits in Los Angeles are now on display in the
Natural History Museum in Los Angeles County.
A. located
B. on exhibit
C. under supervision D. stored
Question 27: In the Navajo household, grandparents and other relatives play indispensable roles in
raising the children.
A. dominant
B.exemplary
C.essential
D. unimportant
Question 28: Boys’ Clubs do not deprive poor children of the opportunity to participate in sports.
A. deny
B.retract
C.improvise
D. dilute
Question 29: Proximity to the court house makes an offlce building more valuable.
A. Interest in
B.Similarity to
C.Nearness to
D. Usefulness to
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 30: Even on the most careful prepared trip, problems will sometimes develop.
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company.
Question 34: Traditionally, the flag is risen in the morning and taken down at night.
A
B
C
D
Read the followingpassage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct answer for each of the blanks.
Owning a pet
The joys and tribulations of being a pet owner! During our lifetime most of us have some experience
of either owning a pet or being in (35)___________contact with someone who does. Is there such a
things as “the ideal pet”? If so what characterizes the ideal pet? Various (36)___________influence
one’s choice of pet, from your reasons for getting a pet to your lifestyle. For example, although quite a
few pets are relatively cheap to buy, the cost of (37)___________can be considerable. Everything must
be (38)___________into account, from food and bedding, to vaccinations and veterinary bills. You
must be prepared to (39)___________time on your pet, which involves shopping for it, cleaning and
feeling it. Pets can be demanding and a big responsibility.
Are you prepared to
exercise and
(40)___________an animal or do you prefer a more independent pet?
How much spare
room do you have? Is it right to lock an energetic animal into a
(41)___________space? Do you live near a busy road which may threaten the life of your pet? Pets
(42)___________as turtles and goldflsh can be cheap and convenient, but if you prefer affectionate
pets, a friendly cat or dog would be more (43)___________. People get pets for a number of reasons,
for company, security or to teach responsibility to children. Pets can be affectionate and loyal and an
excellent source of company as long as you know what pet (44)___________you and your lifestyle.
Question 35: A. near
B.close
C.narrow
D. tight
Question 36: A. facets B.elements
C.factors
D. points
Question 37: A. upkeep B. maintenance
C.upbringing
D. raising
Question 38: A. Considering B. held
C.taken
D. kept
Question 39: A. take
B.waste
C.occupy
D. spend
Question 40: A. household B. housetrain
C.housekeep
D. housework
Question 41: A. confined B. detained
C.reduced
D. closed
Question 42: A. so
B.for
C.much
D. such
Question43: A. suited
B.appropriate
C.likely
D. good
Question 44:A. fits
B.matches
C.suits
D. goes with
Read the followingpassage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct answer for each of the question.
It is estimated that over 99 percent of all species that ever existed have become extinct. What causes
extinction? When a species is no longer adapted to a change environment, _it may perish. The exact
causes of a species’ death vary from situation to situation. Rapid ecological change may render an
environment hostile to a species. For example, temperatures may change and a species may not be
adapt. Food resources may be affected by environmental changes, which will then cause problems for a
species requiring these resources. Other species may become better adapted to an environment,
resulting in competition and, ultimately,
in the death of a species.
The fossil record reveals that extinction has occurred throughout the history of Earth. Recent
analyses have also revealed that on some occasions many species became extinct at the same time - a
mass extinction. One of the best - known examples of mass extinction occurred 65 million years ago
with the demise of dinosaurs and many other forms of life. Perhaps the largest mass extinction was the
one that occurred 225 million years ago, when approximately 95 percent of all species died. Mass
extinctions can be caused by a relatively rapid change in the environment and can be worsened by the
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close interrelationship of many species. If, for example, something were to happen to destroy much of
the plankton in the oceans, then the oxygen content of Earth would drop, affection even organisms not
living in the oceans. Such a change would probably lead to a mass extinction.
One interesting, and controversial, finding is that extinctions during the past 250 million years have
tended to be more intense every 26 million years. The periodic extinction might be due to intersection
of the earth’s orbit with a cloud of comets, but this theory is purely speculative. Some researchers have
also speculated that extinction may often be random. That is, certain species may be eliminated and
others may survive for no particular reason. A species’ survival may have nothing to do with its ability
or inability to adapt. If so, some of revolutionary history may reflect a sequence of essentially random
events.
Question 45: The word “it” in line 2 refers to:
A. environment
B. species
C. extinction
D. 99 percent
Question 46: The word “ultimately” in line 7 is closest meaning to
A. exceptionally
B. dramatically
C. eventually
D. unfortunately
Question 47: What does the author say in paragraph 1 regarding most species in Earth’s history?
A. They have remained basically unchanged from their original forms
B. They have been able to adapt to ecological changes.
C. They have caused rapid change in the environment .
D. They are no longer in existence.
Question 48: Which of the following is NOT mentioned in paragraph 1 as resulting from rapid
ecological change?
A. Temperature changes
B. Availability of food resources
C. Introduction of new species
D. Competition among species
Question 49: The word “demise” in line 12 is closest in meaning to
A. change
B. recovery
C. help
D. death
Question 50: Why is “ plankton” mentioned in line 16?
A. To demonstrate the interdependence of different species
B. To emphasize the importance of food resources in preventing mass extinction.
C. To illustrate a comparison between organisms that live on the land and those that live in the ocean
D. To point out that certain species could never become extinct.
Question 51: According to paragraph 2, evidence from fossils suggests that
A. extinction of species has occurred from time to time throughout Earth’s history.
B. Extinctions on Earth have generally been massive
C. there has been only one mass extinction in Earth’s history.
D. dinosaurs became extinct much earlier than scientists originally believed.
Question 52: The word “finding” in line 19 is closest in meaning to
A. published information
B. research method
C. ongoing experiment
D. scientiflc discovery
Question 53: Which of the following can be inferred from the theory of periodic extinction mentioned
in paragraph 3?
A. Many scientists could be expected to disagree with it
B. evidence to support the theory has recently been found.
C. The theory is no longer seriously considered.
D. Most scientists believe the theory to be accurate.
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Question 54: In paragraph 3, the author makes which of the foUowing statements about a species’
survival?
A. It reflects the interrelationship of may species.
B. It may depend on chance events.
C. It does not vary greatly from species to species
D. It is associated with astronomical conditions.
Read the followingpassage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the
correct answer for each of the question.
The economic depression in the late-nineteenth-century United States contributed significantly
to a growing movement in literature toward realism and naturalism. After the 1870' s, a number
of important authors began to reject the romanticism that had prevailed Line immediately
following the Civil War of 1861-1865 and turned instead to realism.
Determined to portray life as it was, with fldelity to real life and accurate representation
without idealization, they studied local dialects, wrote stories which focused on life in speciflc
regions of the country, and emphasized the "true" relationships between people. In doing so, they
reflected broader trends in the society, such as industrialization, evolutionary theory which
emphasized the effect of the environment on humans, and the influence of science.
Realists such as Joel Chandler Harris and Ellen Glasgow depicted life in the South; Hamlin
Garland described life on the Great Plains; and Sarah One Jewett wrote about everyday life in
rural New England. Another realist, Bret Harte, achieved fame with stories that portrayed local
life in the California mining camps.
Samuel Clemens, who adopted the pen name Mark Twain, became the country's most
outstanding realist author, observing life around him with a humorous and skeptical eye. In his
stories and novels, Twain drew on his own experiences and used dialect and common speech
instead of literary language, touching off a major change in American prose style.
Other writers became impatient even with realism. Pushing evolutionary theory to its limits,
they wrote of a world in which a cruel and merciless environment determined human fate. These
writers, called naturalists, often focused on economic hardship, studying people struggling with
poverty, and other aspects of urban and industrial life.
Naturalists brought to their writing a passion for direct and honest experience. Theodore
Dreiser, the foremost naturalist writer, in novels such as Sister Carrie, grimly portrayed a dark
world in which human beings were tossed about by forces beyond their understanding or control.
Dreiser thought that writers should tell the truth about human affairs, not fabricate romance,
and Sister Carrie, he said, was "not intended as a piece of literary craftsmanship, but was a
picture of conditions."
Question 55: Which aspect of late-nineteenth-century United States literature does the passage
mainly discuss?
A. The influence of science on literature
B. The importance of dialects for realist writers
C. The emergence of realism and naturalism
D. The effects of industrialization on romanticism
Question 56: The word "prevailed" in line 3 is closest in meaning to
A. dominated
B. transformed
C. entered
D. generalized
Question 57: The word "they" in line 8 refers to
A. authors
B. dialects
C. stories
D. relationships
Question 58: According to the passage, a highly significant factor in the development of realist
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and naturalist literature was
A. the Civil War
B. a recognition that romanticism was unpopular
C. an increased interest in the study of common speech
D. an economic depression
Question 59: Realist writers took an interest in all of the following EXCEPT
A. human relationships
B. characteristics of different regions
C. the idealization of life
D. social and historical theories
Question 60: The word "depicted" in line 11 is closest in meaning to
A. emphasized
B. described
C. criticized
D. classifled
Question 61: Why does the author mention mining camps in line 14 ?
A. To contrast the themes of realist and naturalist writers
B. To illustrate how Bret Harte differed from other authors
C. As an example of a topic taken up by realist writers
D. As an example of how setting can influence literary style
Question 62: Mark Twain is considered an important literary figure because he
A. was the first realist writer in the United States
B. rejected romanticism as a literary approach
C. wrote humorous stories and novels
D. influenced American prose style through his use of common speech
Question 63: The word "foremost" in line 24 is closest in meaning to
A. most difficult
B. interesting
C. most focused
D. leading
Question 64: Which of the following statements about Theodore Dreiser is supported by the passage?
A. He mainly wrote about historical subjects such as the Civil War.
B. His novels often contained elements of humor.
C. He viewed himself more as a social commentator than as a literary artist.
D. He believed writers should emphasize the positive aspects of life.
WRITING
Part I. Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the
sentencesprinted before it.
Question 65: She never seems to succeed, even though she works hard.
However…………………………………………………………………………..
Question 66: “I’ sorry I didn’t phone you earlier.” Jill said.
Jill apologized…………………………………………………………………………..
Question 67: Without Jack’s help, I wouldn’t have been able to move the table.
If. …………………………………………………………………………..
Question 68: Immediately after his arrival home, a water-heater exploded.
Hardly…………………………………………………………………………..
Question 69: People believe that the Chinese invented paper in 105 A.D.
Paper…………………………………………………………………………..
Part II: In about 140 words, write a paragraph about one of the popular celebrations in Viet Nam
(e.g. Tet holiday, Mid- Autumn Festival, National Independence Day, Teacher’sDay, Women’sDay,
etc.)
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Lời giải chi tiết trường chuyên Biên Hòa
1. Đáp án là B. Từ furious có phần gạch chân được phát âm là / juə/, các từ còn lại có phần gạch chân
được phát âm là /Λ/
2. Đáp án là A. Từ carriages có phần gạch chân được phát âm là / iz/, các từ còn lại có phần gạch
chân được phát âm là /z/
3. Đáp án là C. Từ process nhấn âm tiết thứ nhất, các từ còn lại nhấn âm thứ hai.
4. Đáp án là C. Từ currency nhấn âm tiết thứ nhất, các từ còn lại nhấn âm thứ hai.
5. Đáp án là A. Từ intellectual nhấn âm tiết thứ ba, các từ còn lại nhấn âm thứ hai.
6. Đáp án là C. Chúng ta có thể loại đáp án A vì interestedly không có nghĩa. D cũng bị loại vì tính từ
đứng trước enough. Vì vị trí cần điền ở đây là trạng từ nên B cũng loại nốt.
7. Đáp án là B. shouldn’t have done: dùng để diễn tả hành động, sự việc, đáng lẽ ra không nên làm
trong quá khứ
8. Có các mức độ tuổi như sau:13- 15 are early teens và 16 & 17 are late teens => Chỉ có thể chọn
đáp án C.
9. Deny + V-ing: chối, phủ nhận đã làm việc gì. => A và B loại
Đây không phải thì hiện tại hoàn thành, mà trong câu này nhấn hành động đã xảy ra trong quá khứ, nên
ta chọn đáp án D.
10. Đây là câu trần thuật => A loại. B loại vì không dùng “did” trước “put”. D loại vì thiếu chủ ngữ
làm hành động. => Đáp án đúng là C.
11. Đáp án là C. the other = the other teacher ( trong hai người). Đã xác định nên ta dùng “the”
12. Đáp án là D.get over: vượt qua ( nỗi đau, cú sốc,.... )
Các từ còn lại: stand for: nổi bật; put up with: kiên nhẫn chịu đựng
13. Đáp án là C. make up ( to sb ) for sth: bồi thường, đền bù cho ai đó về ....
Các từ còn lại: get over: vượt qua; face up to: đương đầu, đối mặt;
14. Đáp án là B. Câu thiếu thành phần chủ ngữ. What + S + V: mệnh đề danh ngữ, đóng vai trò như
một danh từ , có thể đứng đầu câu làm chủ ngữ, động từ theo sau chia ở dạng số ít.
15. Đáp án là C. take/find pleasure in (doing) something: thích thú với...
16. Đáp án là A.whereas: trong khi, nhưng ngược lại - nối hai vế chỉ sự tương phản.
Nghĩa các từ còn lại: whether = if: liệu rằng; when: khi; otherwise: kẻo..
17. Đáp án là A. Đây là câu chẻ, nhấn mạnh thành phần so sánh: as a butterfly illustrator: như là một
người vẽ tranh con bướm
Câu: F.W Frohawk made his greatest contribution to the field of natural history as a butterfly illustrator
during the Victorian period.
18. Đáp án là D. within: trong phạm vi
19. Why don’t we go to the zoo? - Tại sao chúng ta không đi sở thú nhỉ? => lời đề nghị gợi ý.
=> Đáp án là C. That’s a good idea. - Đó là ý kiến hay.
Các đáp án còn lại không hợp ngữ cảnh:
A. Bởi vì chúng ta không có đủ tiền.
B. Tôi hoàn toàn đồng ý.
D. Vâng. Tôi thích.
20. might have done: diễn tả hành động, sự việc có thể đã xảy ra trong quá khứ. couldn’t have done:
diễn tả hành động, sự việc có thể đã không xảy ra trong quá khứ.
Dựa vào nghĩa của câu, ta chọn đáp án là B. Dịch: “Tôi không thể tham gia lớp học lịch sử tôi muốn
trong học kỳ cuối cùng" "Tại sao bạn không nói chuyện với cố vấn của bạn? Cô có thể có được khả
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năng để giúp bạn nhận được vào mà.”
21. Đáp án là A. Cấu trúc “ không những….. mà còn...”: not only +……., but……also...
22. Are you coming to the party? - Bạn đến bữa tiệc chứ?
Đáp án là A. Tôi không chắc.
Các đáp án còn lại không hợp ngữ cảnh:
B. Tôi rất tiếc.
C. Tôi thích nhưng tôi có thể.
D. Tôi sẽ.
23. Đáp án là C. bury one's head in the sand: nghĩa là dấu đầu xuống cát, tóc la không nhìn nhận sư
thật; băng cách gia vờ không nhìn thậy.
24. Đáp án là D. impressionable: đa cảm
Các từ còn lại: impressive: ấn tượng; impervious:không thấm nước; impersonal: khách quan
25. Đáp án là D. specialized: riêng biệt = distinct
Các từ còn lại: honorable: cao quý, đáng giá; difficult: khó khăn; prescribed: được quy định
26. Đáp án là B. on display = on exhibit: triển lãm trưng bày
Các đáp án khác: located: nằm ở vị trí; under supervision: dưới sự giám sát; stored: được lưu trữ
27. Đáp án là C. indispensable: cần thiết = essential
Các từ còn lại: dominant: chiếm ưu thế; exemplary: gường mẫu ; unimportant: không quan trọng
28. Đáp án là A. deprive = deny: phủ nhận
Các từ còn lại: retract: rút lui ; improvise: ứng biến ; dilute: pha loãng
29. Proximity to: gần, tiếp giáp với.. => Đáp án là C.
Các từ còn lại: Interest in: thú vị với; Similarity to: giống với; Usefulness to: Tính hữu dụng để
30. Đáp án là B. careful => carefully
31. Đáp án là D. decorations => decorated
32. Đáp án là A. composes not only => not only composes
33. Đáp án là B. with regard of => with regard to
34. Đáp án là A. risen => raised
35. Đáp án là B. in close contact with: tiếp xúc gần gũi với
Các từ còn lại: near: gần ( khoảng cách); narrow: chặt hẹp; tight: chật
36. Đáp án là C. factors: yếu tố
Các từ còn lại: facet: khía cạnh ; element: thành phần ; point: điểm
37. Đáp án là A upkeep: tiên phí tổn để chăm sóc, chải chuốt lại (vật nuôi)
Các từ còn lại: maintenance: bảo trì, upbringing: nuôi dưỡng; raising: nâng cao
38. Đáp án là C. Take into account: tính đến,xem xét,chú ý.
39. Đáp án là D. spend time on ...: dành thời gian cho.
40. Đáp án là B. Housetrain: huấn luyện (chó, mèo v. v...) để ỉa đái ở ngoài nhà
Các từ còn lại: household: hộ gia đình ; housekeep: giữ nhà ; housework: việc nhà
41. Đáp án là A. confined space: không gian hạn chế
Các từ còn lại: detain: giam giữ; reduce: giảm; close: đóng
42. Đáp án là D. such as: như là..
43: Đáp án là B. appropriate: thích hợp, thích đáng
Các từ còn lại: suited: được hợp ( mang tính bị động) ; likely: có khả năng; good: tốt
44. Đáp án là C. suit someone: hợp với ai
Các từ còn lại: fit: vừa vặn; match: nối; go with: đi cùng, đi theo
45. Đáp án là B. it = species: loài
Các từ còn lại: environment: môi trường ; extinction: sự tuyệt chủng ; 99 percent: 99%
46. Đáp án là C. ultimately = eventually: cuối cùng, sau cùng
Các từ còn lại: exceptionally: ngoại lệ; dramatically: đáng kể; unfortunately: không may mắn
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47. Đáp án là D. Chúng không còn tồn tại nữa.
Ý trong bài: It is estimated that over 99 percent of all species that ever existed have become extinct
( tuyệt chủng).
48. Đáp án là C. Other species may become better adapted to an environment, resulting in
competition...
A được đề cập: temperatures may change and a species may not be adapt.
B được đề cập: Food resources may be affected by environmental changes, which will then cause
problems for a species requiring these resources
D được đề cập: Other species may become better adapted to an environment, resulting in competition
49. Đáp án là D. demise = death: cái chết
Các tù còn lại: change: sự thay đổi; recovery: sự phục hồi; help: sự giúp đỡ
50. plankton: sinh vật phù du.
Đáp án là A. Ý trong bài: Mass extinctions can be caused by a relatively rapid change in the
environment and can be worsened by the close interrelationship of many species.
51. Đáp án là A. Ý trong bài: The fossil record reveals that extinction has occurred throughout the
history of Earth.
52. finding: kết quả => Đáp án là D. scientific discovery: sự khám phá khoa học Các đáp án khác:
A. published information: thông tin công bố
B. research method: phương pháp nghiên cứu
C. ongoing experiment: thử nghiệm đang diễn ra
53. Đáp án là A. Ý trong bài: The periodic extinction might be due to intersection of the earth’s orbit
with a cloud of comets, but this theory is purely speculative (hoàn toàn suy đoán).
54. Đáp án là B. Ý trong bài: A species’ survival may have nothing to do with its ability or inability to
adapt. If so, some of revolutionary history may reflect a sequence of essentially random events.
55. Đáp án là C. Ý trong bài: The economic depression in the late-nineteenth-century United States
contributed significantly to a growing movement in literature toward realism and naturalism.
56. Đáp án là A. prevailed: chiếm ưu thế = dominated
Các từ còn lại: transformed: chuyển đổi;entered: vào; generalized: tổng quát
57. Đáp án là A. they = authors: tác giả.
Các từ còn lại: dialect: tiếng địa phương; story: câu chuyện ; relationship: mối quan hệ
58. Đáp án là D. Ngay ý đầu tiên trong bài: The economic depression
59. Đáp án là C.
A đề cập: the "true" relationships between people
B được đề cập: specific regions of the country D được đề cập: dựa vào các đoạn 2,3,4,5
60. Đáp án là B. depict: miêu tả =describe
Các từ còn lại: emphasize: nhấn mạnh; criticize: phê bình; classify: phân loại
61: Đáp án là C. Ý trong bài: Another realist, Bret Harte, achieved fame with stories that
portrayed local life in the California mining camps.
62: Đáp án là D. ý trong bài: In his stories and novels, Twain drew on his own experiences and
used dialect and common speech instead of literary language, touching off a major change in
American prose style.
63. Đáp án là D. foremost = leading: trước tiên, hàng đầu
Các đáp án khác: A. khó nhất ; B: thú vị ; most focused: tập trung nhất
64. Đáp án là C. Ý trong bài: Dreiser thought that writers should tell the truth about human
affairs, not fabricate romance,....
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Phần viết:
Part 1:
65. However hard she works, she never seems to succeed
66. Jill apologized (to me) for not phoning me earlier.
67. If it hadn’t been for Jack’s help/ Jack hadn’t helped me, I wouldn’t have been able to
move the table.
68. Hardly had he arrived home when a water-heater exploded.
69. Paper is believed to have been invented by the Chinese in 105 A.D Part 2:
Sample: Mid- Autumn Festival
Mid- Autumn Festival is a wonderful, ancient festival of Vietnam that revolves around children.
It is traditionally held on the 15th day of the 8th Lunar Month. An important to families in
Vietnam for many years, originally this Festival came about as a way for parents to make up for
lost time with their children after harvest season. Children parade on the streets, while singing
and carrying colorful lanterns of different sizes. Some of the popular shapes include fishes, stars,
butterflies and a lantern that spins when a candle is inserted, representing the earth circling the
sun. Dances are also traditional, and include the dragon dance and the flower dance. It is
customary to give boxes of moon cakes, which are traditionally very rich in taste. The cakes are
filled with lotus seeds, ground beans and orange peels and have a bright yoke in the center to
represent the moon. Appropriately, the Mid-Autumn Festival is also called the Children's
Festival. To help children get ready for the Festival, parents can help children make their
lanterns and costumes for the lantern procession and discuss the history and culture of Vietnam.

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