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Đề thi THPT Quốc gia môn Tiếng Anh năm 2017 - Đề 5 - Trường THPT Trần Nhật Duật (Có đáp án)
 SỞ GD & ĐT YÊN BÁI 
 TRƯỜNG THPT TRẦN NHẬT DUẬT
(Đề thi gồm: 04 trang)
 ĐỀ THI THPT QUỐC GIA NĂM 2017
Môn: TIẾNG ANH 
 Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề
Họ và tên thí sinh:.SBD:
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 1: A. wicked	B. cooked	C. sacred	D. started
Question 2: A. head 	B. spread 	C. breath 	D. crease
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 the primary stress in each of the following questions. 
Question 3: A. arrested 	B. impartial 	C. temporary 	D. protected 
Question 4: A. business 	B. opponent 	C. specialize 	D. agency 
Choose A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions. 
Question 5: Don't be concerned about your mother's illness; she'll recover soon. 
A. surprised at 	B. worried about 	C. embarrassed at 	D. angry with 
Question 6: Although they hold similar political views, their religious beliefs present a striking contrast. A. significant difference 	B. interesting resemblance 
 C. minor comparison 	D. complete coincidence
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the italic part in each of the following questions.
Question 7: This shouldn’t be too taxing for you.
	A. comfortable 	B. demanding 	C. easy 	D. relaxing
Question 8: The Germany’s war hysteria has accounted for its people’s hostility towards foreigners. 	A. disease 	B. ceremony 	C. malaria 	D.serenity
MarktheletterA,B,C,orDonyouranswersheettoshowtheunderlinedpartthatneedscorrection ineachofthe following questions.
Question 9: A dolphin can communicate with other by making distinctive sounds. 
A. making 	B. sounds 	C. communicate 	D. other 
Question 10: Rock music was original a mixture of country musicand rhythm and blues. 
A. Rock music	B. original 	C. music 	D. and 
Question 11: Wind is the motion that occurs when lightest air rises and cooler heavier air replaces it. 	A. it 	B. that occurs 	C. lightest 	D. cooler 
Question 12: These exercises look easy, but they are very relatively difficult for us. 
A. These exercises 	B. for 	C. easy 	D. very relatively 
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. 
Question 13: - Susan: "Oh my God, I've missed my bus." 
 - Christ: "_________________. Another will come here in ten minutes." 
A. Don't worry 	B. Thank you 	C. Don't mention it	D. I hope so
Question 14: College students are becoming less dependent_____________ their teachers. 
A. on 	B. with 	C. of 	D. to 
Question 15: She is the woman about_____________ I told you. 
A. which 	B. whose 	C. whom 	D. that 
Question 16: - Jack: "What's wrong with you?" 	- Jill: "_________________." 
A. I'm having a slight headache 	B. Thank you very much 
C. Yes, I was tired yesterday 	D. No, I don't care
Question 17: How long ago_____________ to learn French? 
A. would you start 	B. did you start 	C. were you starting 	D. have you started 
Question 18: - Mary: "Do you mind if I sit here?" 	- Laura: "_________________" 
A. Don't mention it. 	B. My pleasure. 	C. No, not at all. 	D. Yes, why not? 
Question 19: _____________ he was tired, he still watched the final match on TV. 
A. Though 	B. However 	C. Despite 	D. Because 
Question 19: Nowadays, most students use_______ calculators in their studies and examinations. 
A. electrical 	B. electronic 	C. electricity 	D. electric 
Question 20: Spain has won the championship, _____________ is not surprising. 
A. what 	B. which 	C. how 	D. that 
Question 21: It_____________ it is parents' responsibility to take good care of their children. 
A. commonly says that 	B. is commonly saying 
C. commonly to be said that 	D. is commonly said that 
Question 22: My teacher reminded me_____________ my essay carefully before handing it in. 
A. checked 	B. checking 	C. to have checked 	D. to check
Question 23: Neither Tom nor his brothers________ willing to help their mother with the housework. A. was 	B. are 	C. has been 	D. is 
Question 24: ______________ that she does not want to stay any longer. 
A. So homesick does Beth feel 	B. Beth feels such homesick 
C. Homesick though Beth may feel 	D. A little homesick does Beth feel 
Question 25: I hope you will_____________ notice of what I am going to tell you. 
A. gain 	B. keep 	C. get 	D. take 
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase for each of the blanks. 
	A long time ago, when ancient Rome was still an empire, people of that time used similar weights and measures. The standards for these weights and measures were established by the Romans, who kept these standards in a temple in Rome. All standards for measuring weight or distance were the same, whether in Spain or in Syria. But then the Roman Empire fell, and these standards disappeared. Today, standards vary from place to place throughout the world. Tourists who drive from the United States in Canada, for example, are surprised when they buy gasoline for their cars. A gallon of gas costs more than they are accustomed to paying. They complain that prices are much higher in Canada than in the United States. Then they discover that they can drive farther on a Canadian gallon than on a United States gallon. Is it a different kind of gas? No, it is a different kind of gallon. Canada uses the British, or imperial, gallon that is about one-fifth larger than the United States gallon. Four quarts equal a gallon and two pints equal a quart in both countries. But Canada’s quarts and pints are larger than quarts and pints in the United States. The imperial gallon equals 277.42 cubic inches while the gallon in the United States is equal to 231 cubic inches. Measured in ounces, Canada’s large gallon holds 160 fluid ounces, while the smaller United States gallon holds no more than 128 fluid ounces. From these figures, it is easy to see why Americans can drive farther on the Canadian gallon than on the American gallon. Someday, countries may follow the example of the ancient Romans and make weights and measures the same for every nation.
Question 26: Canada has a different kind of_______.
	A. gasoline	B. gallon	C. tourist	D. driver
Question 27: A gallon of gas in Canada costs more________.
	A. than Americans are used to paying	B. than the ancient Romans charged
	C. than the imperial British like	D. than American tourists afford
Question 28: Which statement does the article lead you to believe?
	A. Americans should not travel so much.	
B. No one in Rome ever went to a temple.
	C. It would be good to use the same measures everywhere. 
D. Canada should reduce their price of gasoline.
Question 29: Why are American tourists surprised?
	A. The price of a Canadian gallon of gas seems high.	
B. They didn’t know Canada sold gasoline.
	C. They weigh more in Canada than in the United States.	
D. Canada has a shortage of gasoline.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase for each of the blanks. 
The London Tea Trade Centre is on the north of the River Thames. It is the centre of an industry of (30)_______ importance in the lives of the British. Tea is without doubt the British national drink: every man, woman and child over ten years of age has (31)_______ average over four cups a day or some 1500 cups annually. Some thirty per cent of the world’s exports of tea make its way to London. Britain is (32)_______ the largest importer of tea in the world. Samples of the vast amounts of tea brought into the country to (33)_______ the national thirst go to the London Tea Trade Centre, where they are tasted by (34)_______ professional tea tasters before being sold at each week’s tea sale. It is fascinating to see them at work. Over a hundred samples are (35)_______ in a line on long tables. Teas are generally tasted with milk, (36)_______ that is how the majority in Britain drink their tea. The tasters move down the line with surprising speed, tasting each sample from a spoon and deciding what is a (37)_______ price for each tea. The types of tea that are popular in Britain are (38)_______ inexpensive but they are of a very high quality. The best are delicate (39)_______ of numerous teas from different sources and countries of origin.
Question 30: A.  high                   	B. wide                	C. great              	D. large
Question 31: A.  for                     	B. by              	C. at              	D. on 
Question 32: A.  considerably     	B. by far                	C. largely              	D. by much 
Question 33: A.  satisfy               	B. match               	C. answer              	D. serve
Question 34: A.  effective           	B. skilled              	C. developed               D. handy
Question 35: A.  composed         	B. put up               	C. settled              	D. laid out 
Question 36: A.  out of            	B. since              	C. so                	D. owing to 
Question 37: A.  fine                	B. right              	C. fair              	D. deserved
Question 38: A.  roughly          	B. comparatively         C. slightly              	D. approximately
Question 39: A.  mixtures          	B. associations             C. unions           	D. gatherings
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. 
	The sea has always interested people. From it they can get food, minerals, and treasures. For thousands of years, they sailed on the sea. But they could not go far beneath its surface. People want to explore deep into the sea. However, they are not fishes. Because people must breathe air, they cannot stay under the water’s surface for any length of time. To explore deep water, men and women face even more dangers and problems. A diver who wants to stay under water for more than a few minutes must breathe air or a special mixture of gases. Divers can wear diving suits and have air pumped to them from above. They can carry tanks of air on their back and breathe through a hose and a mouthpiece. Water weighs 800 times as much as air. Tons of water push against a diver deep in the sea. The diver’s body is under great pressure. When divers are under great pressure, their blood takes in some of the gases they breathe. As they rise too quickly, the gases in their blood form bubbles. Divers then suffer from the bends. The bends can cause divers to double up in pain. Bends can even kill divers.
Question 40: A diver’s body in deep water________.
	A. is under great pressure 	B. is just like a fish’s body 
C. suffers from the bends 	D. weighs very little
Question 41: The story does not say so, but it makes you think that_________
	A. divers explore the deep seas only for treasure. 	
B. diving under the water too quickly causes the bends.
	C. Divers can wear diving suits to avoid the bends. 	
D. deep-sea divers should be in good health.
Question 42: The gases in a diver’s blood can form________.
	A. great pressure	B. air	C. bubbles	D. oxygen
Question 43: Why do drivers get the bends?
	A. They try to do exercises under the water.	
B. Their diving suits weigh too much.
	C. They come to the surface too quickly.	
D. Their blood takes some of the gases they breathe.
Question 44: Which statement does the story lead you to believe?
	A. The sea began to interest humans in the last few years. 	
B. All divers get the bends sooner or later.
	C. Humans are not at home deep in the sea.	
D. Diving suits do not help divers.
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 provided italicized ones.
Question 45. Their chances of success are small. 
A. They will certainly be successful. 	
B. It’s possible that they will achieve success. 
C. They have no chances of being successful. 	
D. It’s not very likely that they will succeed. 
Question 46. Kate works for an organization which collects money to help orphans.
A. The organization which Kate works for collects money to help orphans.
B. The organization where Kate works for collects money to help orphans.
C. The organization for that Kate works collects money to help orphans.
D. Money of orphans is collected in the organization where Kate works.
Question 47. Lin’s success took us all by surprise.
A. Lin was successful, which surprised all of us.	
B. We took all of Lin’s successes surprisingly.
C. We were taken aback by all of Lin’s successes. 
D. Lin’s success was surprised to all of us.
Question 48. I no longer speak to my neighbor since our quarrel.
A. I have spoken long to my neighbor since our quarrel. 
B. I stopped speaking to my neighbor since our quarrel.
C. Before our quarrel, I spoke longer to my neighbor than now.
D. I have longed for speaking to my neighbor since our quarrel.
Question 49. The Minister said that he had not done anything improper.
A. The Minister denied doing anything improper. 
B. The Minister denied that he would do anything improper. 
C. The Minister refused to have done anything improper. 
D. The Minister refused to do anything improper.
Question 50. Sue is too slow to understand what you might say.
A. So slow is Sue that she can’t understand what you might say.
B. Sue is not enough quick to understand what you might say.
C. Sue is so slow to understand what you might say. 
D. What you might say, Sue can understand slowly.
_________THE END_________
 SỞ GD & ĐT YÊN BÁI 
 TRƯỜNG THPT TRẦN NHẬT DUẬT
 ĐÁP ÁN ĐỀ THI THPT QUỐC GIA NĂM 2017
Môn: TIẾNG ANH 
Question 1: B
Question 2: D
Question 3: C 
Question 4: B 
Question 5: B
Question 6: A
Question 7: C
Question 8: D
Question 9: D
Question 10: B
Question 11: C
Question 12: D
Question 13: A
Question 14: A
Question 15: C
Question 16: A
Question 17: B
Question 18: C
Question 19: A
Question 19: B
Question 20: B
Question 21: D
Question 22: D
Question 23: B
Question 24: A
Question 25: D
Question 26: B
Question 27: A
Question 28: C
Question 29: A
Question 30: C
Question 31: D
Question 32: B 
Question 33: A
Question 34: B
Question 35: D
Question 36: B
Question 37: C
Question 38: B
Question 39: A
Question 40: A
Question 41: D
Question 42: C
Question 43: C
Question 44: C
Question 45. D
Question 46. A
Question 47. A
Question 48. A
Question 49. A
Question 50. A
_________THE END_________

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