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SỞ GIÁO DỤC ĐÀO TẠO BÀI THI THỬ KỲ THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG
ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC NĂM HỌC 2017- 2018
(Đề gồm 04 trang) MÔN TIẾNG ANH ~ ĐỀ 001
4 Thời gian: 60 phút - không tính thời gian giao đề
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 1: Energy exists in different forms such as light, heat, and chemical, mechanic and electrical
energy.
A. in B. mechanic C. electrical D. forms
Question 2: She told me whether she could look after the kids from time to time.
A. could B. told C. the D. to time
Question 3: He threatened his daughter not to speak to her again if she married that man.
A. if B. not to speak C. threatened D. married
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 from 04 to 10.
As our meeting places fall silent, save for tapping on screens, it seems we
have mistaken connection for the real thing. Simon Jenkins
I first noticed it in a restaurant. The place was oddly quiet, and at one table a group sat with their heads
bowed, their eyes hooded and their hands in their laps. I then realised that every one, whatever their age group,
was gazing at a handheld phone or tablet. People strolled in the street outside likewise, with arms at right
angles, necks bent and heads in awkward postures. Mothers with babies were doing it. Students in groups
were doing it. The scene resembled something from an old science fiction film. There was no conversation.
Every visit to California convinces me that the digital revolution is over, by which I mean it is won.
Everyone is connected. The New York Times last week declared the death of conversation. While mobile
phones may at last be falling victim to considerate behaviour, this is largely because even talk is considered
too intimate a contact. No such bar applies to emailing, texting, messaging, posting and tweeting. It is
ubiquitous, the ultimate connectivity, the brain wired full-time to infinity.
The MIT professor and psychologist Sherry Turkle claims that her students are close to mastering the art of
maintaining eye contact with a person while texting someone else. It is like an organist playing different tunes
with hands and feet. To Turkle, these people are ‘alone together … a tribe of one’. Anyone with 3,000
Facebook friends has none.
The audience in many theatres now sit, row on row, with lit machines in their laps, looking to the stage
occasionally but mostly scrolling and tapping away. The same happens at meetings and lectures, in coffee bars
and on jogging tracks. Psychologists have identified this as ‘fear of conversation’, and have come up with the
term ‘conversational avoidance devices’ for headphones.
In consequence, there is now a booming demand for online ‘conversation’ with robots and artificial voices.
Mobiles come loaded with customised ‘boyfriends’ or girlfriends’. People sign up with computerised dating
advisors, even claim to fall in love with their on-board GPS guides. A robot seal can be picked up in online
stores to sit and listen to elderly individuals talk, tilting its head and blinking in sympathy.
In his Conversation: A History of a Declining Art, Stephen Miller notes that public discourse is now
dominated by ill-tempered disagreement, by intersecting monologues’. Anger and lack of restraint are treated
as assets in public debate, in place of a willingness to listen and adjust one’s point of view. Politics thus
becomes a platform of rival angers. American politicians are ever more polarised, reduced to conveying a
genuine hatred for each other.
All that said, the death of conversation has been announced as often as that of the book. As far back as the
18
th
century, the literary figure Samuel Johnson worried that the decline of political conversation would lead
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to violent civil disorder. Writing 70 years ago, George Orwell concluded that the trend of the age was away
from creative communal amusements and towards solitary mechanical ones’. Somehow we have muddled
through.
The post-digital’ phenomenon, the craving for live experience, is showing a remarkable vigour. The US is a
place of ever greater congregation and migration, to parks, beaches and restaurants, to concerts, rock festivals,
ball games. Common interest groups, springing up across the country, desperately seek escape from the digital
dictatorship, using Facebook and Twitter not as destinations but as route maps to meet up with real people.
Somewhere in this cultural mix I am convinced the desire for friendship will preserve the qualities essential
for a civilised life, qualities of politeness, listening and courtesy. Those obsessed with fashionable
connectivity and personal avoidance are not escaping reality. They may be unaware of it but deep down they,
too, still want someone to talk to.
Question 4: The writer believes the main reason for the decreasing use of mobile phones is.....
A. an overall reduction in the use of electronic devices for communication.
B. the realisation that it is bad manners to use them in public places.
C. a general feeling that they are rapidly becoming obsolete technology.
D. the fact that people are increasingly reluctant to speak to one another.
Question 5: According to Sherry Turkle, certain people nowadays are.....
A. electronically connected but isolated from genuine human interaction.
B. more skillful at communicating with others via music than in words.
C. incapable of forming true friendships except through social media.
D. determined to return to a more traditional form of social structure.
Question 6: The word ubiquitous is closest in meaning to......
A. overwhelming B. unique C. found everywhere D. encroaching
Question 7: The writer mentions the book in line 27 as......
A. an example of something else that people wrongly predicted would disappear.
B. a way of introducing the works of famous writers from earlier centuries.
C. the basis of the theory that people would soon stop talking to each other.
D. the source of information about the current state of political debate in the USA.
Question 8: The writer uses the example of the seal in line 21 to show......
A. how robots can help those unable to find a romantic partner.
B. the negative impact of internet search engines on conversation.
C. how far the technology of artificial intelligence has progressed.
D. that electronic companions are regarded as non-threatening.
Question 9: What point does the writer make in the final paragraph?
A. Only those who remain polite and courteous will have friends.
B. Nobody can escape the negative effects of the digital revolution.
C. Some traditional human values are eventually bound to disappear.
D. Everybody needs human contact whether they realise it or not.
Question 10: What point is made in the sixth paragraph about the current nature of public discussion?
A. Speakers are expected to behave aggressively towards each other.
B. Political parties are becoming increasingly extreme in their views.
C. Fewer people dare to contradict the opinions of other speakers.
D. The behaviour of public figures reflects lower standards in society.
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.
Question 11: As long as you stay calm, you have nothing to fear from the interview.
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A. Provided you do not get nervous, the interview won‘t go badly for you.
B. Even if you are afraid of the interview, it is important not to let it show.
C. Interviews are only intimidating for people who are not extremely calm.
D. You have remained calm for a long time in spite of your fear of the interview.
Question 12: It's more than a couple of years since I last went there.
A. It was only after two years that I went there again.
B. I have never stayed there for longer than two years.
C. I had never been there until the year before last.
D. I haven‘t been there since my visit over two years ago.
Question 13: At last, an agreement has been reached by the committee members on the proposal to build a
new dam.
A. The members of the committee for the new dam proposal have been selected at last.
B. The members of the committee have finally agreed about the new dam proposal.
C. Having reached an agreement about the dam at the last meeting, the committee members now have a
new proposal.
D. In order that an agreement concerning the dam can be reached, it has been proposed that the
committee should come together immediately.
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.
Question 14: He crumpled up the letter and flung it into the fire.
A. burned B. lanced C. put D. threw
Question 15: Is the boss going soft in the head?
A. crazy B. annoyed C. exhausted D. vexed
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 16: The security guards caught a thief. He was attempting to steal a painting.
A. It was not until the thief attempted to steal a painting that the security guards caught him.
B. Whenever the thief attempted to steal a painting, the security guards caught him.
C. The security guards caught a thief attempting to steal a painting.
D. The security guards caught a thief because he was attempting to steal a painting.
Question 17: I won't lend you anything more. Pay me back what you borrowed last week.
A. I will not lend you anything more if you pay me back what you borrowed last week.
B. Pay me back what you borrowed last week, so I won't lend you anything more.
C. If you pay me back what you borrowed last week, I'll will lend you anything.
D. I won't lend you anything more unless you pay me back what you borrowed last week.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of
the following exchanges.
Question 18: ~ A: “.................” ~ B: “What about perfume? There's a depeartment store across the road.”
A. What can I buy my sister for her birthday? B. Are you wearing perfume today, Ann?
C. Do you think perfume is a good birthday present? D. My girl friend adores French perfume.
Question 19: ~ Andy: "What shall we do today?" ~ Jack: "...............''
A. We’re having a maths test at 10 a.m. B. I got a new computer game for my birthday. We could
play that.
C. I’m too tired to do anything. D. Let’s give him a big hand.
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 from 20 to 26.

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