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TRƯỜNG THPT CHUYÊN


NGUYỄN TRÃI


Code : 003



KỲ THI THƯ TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG QUỐC GIA


NĂM HỌC 2018-2019 (LẦN 1)



Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút (không kể thời gian giao đề)


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.



Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has delivered Vietnam’s strong message, aspiration, and determination


to become a “country of renovation and creativity” and an economy with globally extensive (1) ... when


engaging in every activity of the World Economic Forum (WEF) 2019 in Davos, Switzerland.



He participated in 37 activities where he and heads of State and Government leaders of 50 countries and


executives from (2) ... groups around the globe discussed and dialogued matters relating to the forum’s


theme “Globalization 4.0: Shaping a Global Architecture in the Age of the Fourth Industrial Revolution”.


PM Phuc said the Fourth Industrial Revolution is “knocking” on every enterprise and bringing profound


changes that no country can be an outsider, and (3) ... Vietnam’s wish to become one of the passengers at


the (4) ... of the Industry 4.0 train, and enthusiastically work with other countries to build a wealthy world.


In Davos, PM Phuc and WEF President Borge Brende had a dialogue themed “Vietnam and the World”,


which is the first-ever event on Vietnam held by the WEF. Through the dialogue, PM Phuc conveyed strong


messages about Vietnam’s development and international integration, asserting that (5) ... the current


circumstance, Vietnam has maintained an economic growth and socio-political stability that demonstrates itself


a reliable destination for foreign investors coming to do business.



1. A. connection

B. connectivity

C. connector D. connect


2. A. first

B. leading

C. strong

D. rich


3. A. expressed

B. mentioned C. cherished

D. showed


4. A. carriage

B. station C. back

D. forefront



5. A. on

B. with

C. for

D. in



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.



6. A. prioritise

B. privacy

C. determined

D. strive


7. A. chooses

B. increases

C. releases

D. practises



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 se questions.



8. A. confusion

B. pollution

C. influence

D. removal


9. A. renewable

B. influential

C. advantageous

D. beneficial



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.



10. It (A)was suggested that Tom(B) study the material (C)thoroughly before attempting (D) passing the exam.


11. (A)Despite the roadblock, the police allowed (B)us to enter the (C)restriction area to search (D)for our


friends.



12. When we arrived (A)at the shop (B)to buy the dishes (C)advertise in the newspaper, we learned that all of


them had (D)been sold.



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.



13. She was brought up in a well-off family, so she can't understand the problems we are facing.



A. wealthy

B. kind

C. broke

D. poor




14. The river should be controlled in order to facilitate navigation.



A. make difficult

B. make impossible

C. make unpopular

D. make busy



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.



15. John: "Do you think that we should use public transportation to protect our environment?" Laura: " .... "


A. Yes, it's an absurd idea.

B. There's no doubt about it.



C. Of course not. You bet.

D. Well, that's very surprising.


16. "What a nice watch you're wearing." " ... "




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C. Sure. That's the best watch on sale. D. No harm done. You can take it.



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.



17. I ate the soup. After that, I remembered that I had forgotten to give my little sister some of it.


A. It was not until I ate the soup did I remember that I had forgotten to give my little sister some of it.


B. As soon as I remembered that I had forgotten to give my little sister some of soup I ate it.



C. Only after eating the soup did I remember that I had forgotten to give my little sister some of it.


D. Hardly had I forgotten to give my little sister some of it when I ate the soup.



18. I will leave a message for you with my secretary. It is possible that I will be out when you telephone.


A. As long as it might happen that I am out when you telephone, I will leave a message for you with my


secretary.




B. I will leave a message for you with my secretary in case I am out when you telephone.


C. Unless you telephone when I am out, I will leave a message for you with my secretary.



D. Providing that I will leave a message for you with my secretary, I will be out when you telephone.


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



As computer use becomes more common, the need for security is more common than ever. One of the


greatest security threats in the online world is computer hacking.



Computer hacking is the unauthorized access to a computer or network of computers. Hackers are people


who illegally enter systems. They may alter or delete information, steal private information, or spread viruses


that can damage or destroy files. But how exactly can a hacker get into a system to do these things?



Most hackers use information called protocols that are built into computer software. These protocols allow


computer to interact with one another. Protocols are sort of like computer police officers. When a computer


connects to another system, the protocols check to see if the access is valid. The protocols can also determine


how much information can be shared between the two systems. Hackers can manipulate the protocols to get


unlimited access to a computer system.



In fact, just the act of entering a computer network is considered hacking. This is commonly called passive


hacking. Passive hackers get a rush from just being able to access a challenging system like a bank or military


network. Another kind of hacker tries to do damage to a system. After hacking into systems, these hackers


release viruses or alter, delete, or take information. Known as active hackers, they are, by far, the more


dangerous of the two.



The easiest way to protect a system is with a good password. Long and unusual passwords are harder for


hackers to guess. For even greater security, some online services now use “password-plus” systems. In this


case, users first put in a password and then put in a second code that changes after the user accesses the site.


Users either have special cards or devices that show them the new code to use the next time. Even if a hacker



steals the password, they won’t have the code. Or if the hacker somehow gets the code, they still don’t know


the password.



19. What is the main idea of this reading?



A. Famous hackers B. Funny things that hackers do.


C. Hackers and computer security D. Good ways to stop hackers.


20. What do hackers do to get into a computer?



A. Spread viruses B. Change the security programs C. Make a new password D. Manipulate codes


21. What is not considered hacking?



A. Releasing a virus

B. Illegally accessing a computer


C. Turning on a private computer

D. Changing unauthorized information


22. Why are active hackers probably considered more dangerous than passive ones?



A. Active hackers are more skilled. B. Passive hackers have more intense personalities.


C. Active hackers do damage. D. Passive hackers are caught more easily.



23. What does “ plus” in “ password-plus” probably mean?



A. Extra B. Long C. Fast D. Danger



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.



24. Residents of the area like to go to the park to enjoy a tea break after taking a walk along the shore.


A. After having a stroll along the shore, people living in this area enjoy going to the park and having a tea


break.





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C. The park by the shore is a wonderful place for residents to have a tea break when they go for a walk.


D. Enjoying a tea break with the residents of the park can be very enjoyable after a long walk along the shore.


25. It does not seem very probable that Eric will be able to find a new apartment before he has to leave his old


one.



A. Eric doesn't think he will be able to find a new apartment before he is thrown out of his old one.



B. Eric's search for a new apartment while there is still time may well succeed, but only if he works really hard


at it.



C. It is hardly likely that Eric will be unable to find a new apartment before he is out on the streets.



D. That Eric's search for a new apartment will be successful before he has to vacate his old one appears highly


unlikely.



26. She is currently writing a historical book about food, which will include old recipes and the history behind


them.



A. At the moment, she is collecting recipes and the historical information behind them for the book which she


intends to write on food.



B. The book she is writing at the moment is on the history of food, with old recipes and stories behind them.


C. There are many interesting historical facts behind the old recipes to be found in her book, which is a history


of food.



D. The book she is writing is actually a historical book, but it also contains information about old recipes and


the stories behind them.



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




Scientists have discovered that for the last 160,000 years, at least, there has been a consistent relationship


between the amount of carbon dioxide in the air and the average temperature of the planet. The importance of


carbon dioxide in regulating the Earth's temperature was confirmed by scientists working in eastern Antarctica.


Drilling down into a glacier, they extracted a mile-long cylinder of ice from the hole. The glacier had formed


as layer upon layer of snow accumulated year after year. Thus drilling into the ice was tantamount to drilling


back through time.



The deepest sections of the core are composed of water that fell as snow 160,000 years ago. Scientists in


Grenoble, France, fractured portions of the core and measured the composition of ancient air released from


bubbles in the ice. Instruments were used to measure the ratio of certain isotopes in the frozen water to get an


idea of the prevailing atmospheric temperature at the time when that particular bit of water became locked in


the glacier.



The result is a remarkable unbroken record of temperature and of atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide.


Almost every time the chill of an ice age descended on the planet, carbon dioxide levels dropped. When the


global temperature dropped 9°F (5°C), carbon dioxide levels dropped to 190 parts per million or so. Generally,


as each ice age ended and the Earth basked in a warm interglacial period, carbon dioxide levels were around


280 parts per million. Through the 160,000 years of that ice record, the level of carbon dioxide in the


atmosphere fluctuated between 190 and 280 parts per million, but never rose much higher-until the Industrial


Revolution beginning in the eighteenth century and continuing today.



There is indirect evidence that the link between carbon dioxide levels and global temperature change


goes back much further than the glacial record. Carbon dioxide levels may have been much greater than the


current concentration during the Carboniferous period, 360 to 285 million years ago. The period was named for


a profusion of plant life whose buried remains produced a large fraction of the coal deposits that are being


brought to the surface and burned today.



27. Which of the following does the passage mainly discuss?


A. Chemical causes of ice ages




B. Techniques for studying ancient layers of ice in glaciers



C. Evidence of a relationship between levels of carbon dioxide and global temperature


D. Effects of plant life on carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere



28. According to the passage, the drilling of the glacier in eastern Antarctica was important because it ___.


A. allowed scientists to experiment with new drilling techniques



B. permitted the study of surface temperatures in an ice-covered region of Earth


C. provided insight about climate conditions in earlier periods



D. confirmed earlier findings about how glaciers are formed



29. The phrase "tantamount to" in line 5 is closest in meaning to____ .




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A. The amount of air that had bubbled to the surface since the ice had formed


B. The temperature of the atmosphere when the ice was formed



C. The date at which water had become locked in the glacier


D. The rate at which water had been frozen in the glacier



31. The word "remarkable" in line 12 is closest in meaning to _________ .



A. genuine

B. permanent

C. extraordinary

D. continuous


32. The passage implies that the warmest temperatures among the periods mentioned occurred____.


A. in the early eighteenth century

B. 160,000 years ago



C. at the end of each ice age D. between 360 and 285 million years ago


33. According to the passage, the Carboniferous period was characterized by__________ .



A. a reduction in the number of coal deposits B. the burning of a large amount of coal


C. an abundance of plants D. an accelerated rate of glacier formation


34. The passage explains the origin of which of the following terms?



A. Glacier B. Isotopes C. Industrial Revolution D. Carboniferous period


Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the


following questions.



35. I was upset to learn that my first opponent would be Sam Muller, who ... part in tournaments for no


less than ten years.



A. was taking B. has been taking

C. had been taking

D. took


36. The road in front of my house needs ...



A. repairing

B. be repaired

C. to repair

D. of repairing



37. At Lunar New Year (Tet) festival, each ethnic group in Vietnam has its own culinary specialties


... reflect the culture of their people and are used as offerings to worship their ancestors.



A. that B. which C. ∅ D. A and B are correct


38. On Sundays, many people take their cars to service stations ...



A. to get the oil refilled B. to get the oil refill

C. to refill the oil

D. to make the oil refilled


39. The Vietnam men’s national football team has climbed one place from 100th to 99th in the latest FIFA


rankings thanks to their excellent results at the Asian Cup 2019, ... the website Footy Rankings.


A. according to B. based on C. related to D. in view of


40. ... contained in the chromosomes, and they are thought of as the units of heredity.


A. Genes which are

B. Genes are

C. When genes

D. Because of genes



41. The expansion of the natural history museum is most ... the cause of significant revenue increases.



A. probabilities

B. probability

C. probable

D. probably



42. One of the ... for being a lifeguard is knowing emergency first aid for someone having a heart attack.


A. backgrounds

B. requests

C. requirements

D. accomplishments



43. No large ... lakes are found in the state of South Carolina.



A. natural

B. habitual

C. environmental

D. atmospheric


44. The water workers' claim for a 10 percent pay rise has been under ... by the government.


A. application

B. inquiry

C. regard

D. consideration



45. Vietnam welcomes the second US-Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) summit , planned on


Feb27-28 in Hanoi, and strongly supports dialogues to maintain peace, security and stability ... the


Korean Peninsula.



A. at B. on C. for D. of


46. She managed to ... university the first time she tried.



A. come into

B. get into

C. pass to

D. enter to


47. A little farther down the street ...



A. is the house I used to stay at

B. there is a house where I used to stay in


C. the house is the place where I used to stay

D. is there a house in which I used to stay



48. Stop acting like a child. In a few weeks, you'll be coming of ... and nobody will tolerate your foolish


behaviour any longer.



A. childhood B. age C. mistake D. immaturity



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.



49. As children we were very close, but as we grew up, we just drifted apart.



A. were not as friendly as before

B. were not as serious as before


C. were not as sympathetic as before

D. were not as childlike as before






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