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BỘ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO                           KỲ THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG NĂM 2020
      ĐÈ THI CHÍNH THỨC                                            Bài thi: NGOẠI NGỮ; Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH
        (Đề thì có 05 trang)                                    Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề

Mã đề thi: 402
Mark the letter А, B, C,  or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

Question 1: My mother is often _________ last person to go to bed in my family.
A. a                              B. Ø (no article)            C. the                           D. an
Question 2: The air quality in this area has improved a lot since that factory _________.
A. was closing               B. would close               C. closed                       D. will close
Question 3: The striker had already celebrated the goal but the _________ decided that he had been offside.
A. examiner                  B. judge                       C. referee                     D. inspector
Question 4: An accomplished chef himself, Ronald is _________ about his use of ingredients and spices, especially when preparing feasts.
A. creditable                 B. receptive                  C. feasible                     D. particular
Question 5: I’m planning _________ my children to the new amusement park this weekend.
A. taking                       B. take take                  C. to take                      D. to taking
Question 6: My aunt excitedly _________ a compliment on the scarf I knitted for her as a birthday present.
A. took                         B. passed                      C. paid                          D. caught
Question 7: Hoi An is famous _________ its ancient architecture.
A. to                             B. up                            C. with                          D. for
Question 8: You will not know who your true friend is _________.
A. after you had had trouble and needed help               
B. when you were having trouble and needing help
C. until you have trouble and need help                        
D. as soon as you had trouble and needed help
Question 9: Mrs Carter feels happy _________ her daughter has made good progress in her studies recently.
A. despite                     B. because                    C. although                   D. because of
Question 10: I can’t give chapter and  _________, but to the best of my knowledge, it’s a line from a sonnet by William Shakespeare. (chapter and  verse cho thông tin chính xác về)
A. verse                        B. rhyme                      C. note                         D. scene
Question 11: The data _________ from the survey allowed the researchers to gain insights into young people’s attitudes to marriage.
A. obtains                     B. obtaining                  C. is obtained                D. obtained
Question 12: The job gives you lots of chances to travel abroad; it’s certainly a very _________ offer.
A. attract                      B. attractively                C. atractive                   D. attraction
Question 13: If I _________ you, I wouldn’t stay up this late.
A. am                           B. will be                      C. were                         D. would be
Question 14: The Covid-19 pandemic reminds us to respect doctors and nurses, who _________ others in our society.
A. go on                       B. call back                   C. pick up                     D. care for
Question 15: You often play sports, _________?
A. didn’t you                 B. haven’t you               C. don’t you                  D. won’t you
Mark the letter А, 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 th efollowing questions.
Question 16. A. promise          B. destroy                     C. support                     D. believe
Question 17: A. habitat           B. capital                      C. calendar                   D. attraction

Mark the letterА, в, 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 18: A. mails             B. wraps                       C. раіnts                       D. packs
Question 19: A. push             B. cut                           C. hunt                         D. run

Mark the letterА, 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.
Question 20: Having to work to a deadline can be a stressful experience for students.
A. painful                      B. practical                   C. relaxing                    D. tense

Question 21: Everyone was secretly rehearsing a surprise performance for Peter’s proposal, but annoyingly James let the cat out of the bag at the last minute.
A. disclosed the plan     B. concealed the plan    C. revised the plan        D. abandoned the plan

Mark the letter А, B, C, or D ơn your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 22: The author mostly writes novels, and he has also published some books of poetry.
A. rarely                       B. mainly                      C. partly                       D. only

Question 23: I invited John to my wedding but he declined, saying that he would be busy.
A. confirmed                 B. refused                     C. criticised                   D. accepted

Mark the letter A, B, C, orD on your answer sheet to indicate the option that best completes each of the following exchanges.
Question 24: Joe and Linda are planning a night out.
- Joe: “Let’s go out for dinner tonight.”
- Linda: “_________”
A. That’s a good idea.   B. Good luck!                C. Don’t worry.              D. You’re welcome.

Question 25: David and Tim are talking about films.
- David: “In my opinion, action films are really exciting.”
- Tim: “_________. They always give me thrills.”
A. That’s wrong.                                                B. I couldn’t agree more.
C. What nonsense!                                            D. You shouldn’t say that.

Mark the letter А, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.
Question 26: The team’s spirits were really low after the first loss, but their morality (đạo đức) was improved  
                                                                      A                                                  B => morale (tinh thần/ nhuệ khí)
remarkably by the next three consecutive victories. (dùng từ sai)
       C                                            D

Question 27: In some areas, solar energy is used to light, heat, and cooling houses and buildings.
                       A                                              B (song hành to Vo, Vo and Vo) C                   D

Question 28: My house look more beautiful in spring when the front garden is full of flowers. (hòa hợp chủ từ – động từ)                                    A=> looks               B              C                                               D

Mark the letterА, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 29: It is compulsory for all the students to obey the class rules.
А. Аll the students must obey the class rules.                
B. All the students may obey the class rules.
C. All the students needn’t obey the class rules. 
D. All the students can’t obey the class rules.
Question 30: “I’m going to participate in a volunteer program this summer,” said Martha.
A. Martha said that she was going to participate in a volunteer program that summer.
B. Martha said that I was going to participate in a volunteer program this summer.
C. Martha said that I am going to participate in a volunteer program this summer.
D. Martha said that she is going to participate in a volunteer program that summer.

Question 31: Mary is more intelligent than her brother.
A. Mary's brother is more intelligent than she is.                         B. Mary is less intelligent than her brother.
C. Mary isn’t as intelligent as her brother.                       D. Mary's brother isn’t as intelligent as she is.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each of sentences in the following questions.
Question 32: The Internet connection was not stable. The teacher couldn’t conduct the online lesson successfully.
A. Suppose that the Internet connection hadn’t been stable, the teacher could conduct the online lesson successfully.
B. Without the stable Internet connection, the teacher could conduct the online lesson successfully.
C. If the Internet connection had been unstable, the teacher could have conducted the online lesson successfully.
D. But for the unstable Internet connection, the teacher could have conducted the online lesson successfully.

Question 33: Body shaming is hurtful. Many people enjoy making fun of others’ appearance.
A. Such is many people’s enjoyment in making fun of others’ appearance that body shaming is less hurtful.
B. Hurtful though body shaming is, many people enjoy making fun ofothers’ appearance. (Mệnh đề tương phản dạng đặc biệt)
C. Body shaming is hurtful in order that many people enjoy making fun of others’ appearance.
D. Were body shaming hurtful, many people wouldn’t enjoy making fun of others’ appearance.

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 from 34 to 38.

YOUR ONLINE IDENTITY

     Presenting yourself in the best possible light to a prospective employer is what job applications are all about. (34) _________ when you put together a compelling CV, write your concise covering letter and check your LinkedIn profile, you might also want to ‘Google’ yourself and see what comes up, because increasingly that’s what employers are doing. Your online identity, in (35) _________ your Facebook profile, could in fact be considered the ultimate CV - a personal, honest and spontaneous description of how you see yourself and how those (36) _________ know you see you.

     That’s not to say that a potential employer is necessarily going to disapprove of your silly behaviours on a night out with friends; indeed, they might be looking for an extrovert character. But it does mean they will be examining your real interests and motivations and mining (37) _________ sites for clues to your true character. So if you say in your CV that you’re a motivated, loyal team player and then criticize your employer to friends on Facebook, that’s probably not going to go (38) _________. Try Googling yourself and then ask: ‘‘Would you hire you?”

(Adapted from Keynote by Paul Dummett, Helen Stephenson and Lewis Lansford)

Question 34: A. Till                             B. Or                            C. Nor                          D. So
Question 35: A. particular                   B. short                        C. all                             D. general
Question 36: A. what                          B. who                         C. which                       D. where
Question 37: A. every                         B. each                         C. much                        D. such
Question 38: A. unchanged                  B. unjustified                 C. unnoticed                  D. unattended



Read the following passage and mark the letter А, B, C,  or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 39 to 43.

      Most of us have taken a selfie at one time or another, be it a photo of ourselves in a beautiful place, during a performance by our favourite band, or on a memorable night out with friends. (40) But today, more and more people are putting their lives at risk in an attempt to get the most shocking pictures to share on social media. In several cases, this action has had disastrous consequences.

     Take, for example, the Spaniard who was killed by a bull while he was taking a selfie during the annual bull run in a village near his hometown, or the Singaporean tourist who died when he fell from cliffs on the coast of Bali. (43D) Such incidents have led to the death toll from selfie-related incidents reaching double figures for the first time in 2015, overtaking the number of victims of shark attacks.

     (43B) Despite the risks, social media is full of pictures featuring near misses that could have been fatal under other circumstances. Under the caption ‘Most dangerous selfie ever’, a woman posing at a stadium can be seen narrowly avoiding being hit in the head by a baseball approaching her. Yet the photo has received thousands of ‘likes’, and the comments below it suggest that this behaviour is something to be admired.

     (43C) In response to the increasing threat posed by the selfie, the authorities have started to take action. The Russian Interior Ministry, for instance, has launched a public education campaign advising selfie-takers against balancing on dangerous surfaces or posing with their pets, among other things. But if instructions like this are really necessary, then perhaps it is about time we asked ourselves which is more important, a ‘like’ or a life?

(Adapted from Solutions - Third Edition by Tim Falla and Paul A Davies)

Question 39: What could be the best title for the passage?
A. Posing with Animals                                      B. Dying for a Selfie
B. A Ban on Selfie-taking                                   D. Positive Trends in Photography

Question 40: According to paragraph 1, selfie-takers try to get shocking pictures mainly to _________.
A. upset other people                                        B. share them with others
C. have lovely memories with friends                  D. show off their beautiful lives

Question 41: The word “overtaking” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to _________.
A. dealing with                                                  B. becoming greater than
C. competing with                                             D. becoming better than

Question 42: The word “it” in paragraph 3 refers to _________.
A. the photo                 B. the head                   C. a baseball                 D. a stadium

Question 43: Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the passage?
A. Taking a selfie with pets is considered the most dangerous.
B. Pictures of near misses (cận nguy hiểm) are popular on social media. (cả 4 đoạn đều nói đến)
C. Action has been taken to warn selfie-takers against dangerous situations.
D. There was an increase in the number of selfie-related deaths in 2015.

Read the following passage and mark the letter А, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each oft he questions from 44 to 50.
     One day, a middle-aged man asked a taxi to take him to see Chelsea play Arsenal at football. He told the driver “Stamford Bridge”, the name of Chelsea's stadium, but he was delivered instead to the village of Stamford Bridge in Yorkshire. Of course, he missed the match.

     What had happened? With the Sat-Nav system in place, the driver in this story felt he did not need to know where he was going. He confidently outsourced the job of knowing this information to the Sat-Nav. Using an Internet search engine takes a broadband user less than a second. And with smartphones at hand, people will be online almost all of the time.

     The same could be true of university education. (49) Today, the average student seems not to value general knowledge. If asked a factual question, they will usually click on a search engine without a second thought. Actually knowing the fact and committing it to memory does not seem to be an issue, it’s the ease with which we can look it up.

     However, general knowledge has never been something that you acquire formally. Instead, we pick it up from all sorts of sources as we go along, often absorbing facts without realising. The question remains, then: is the Internet threatening general knowledge? When I put that to Moira Jones, expert in designing IQ tests, she referred me to the story of the Egyptian god Thoth. It goes like this: Thoth offers writing as a gift to the king of Egypt, declaring it an “elixir (thần dược) of memory and wisdom.” But the king is horrified, and tells him: “This invention will induce forgetfulness in the souls of those who have learned it, because they will not need to exercise their memories, being able to rely on what is written.”

     Who wants to be a millionaire finalist David Swift, responding to the same question, recognises that there was a problem of young people saying: “I don’t need to know that”, but he is far more excited about the educational potential of the Internet. “There is so much more information out there, giving people opportunities to boost their general knowledge.”

     After all, the Internet might just help us to forget more and more. But meanwhile, the continuing popularity of quizzes and game-shows shows us that general knowledge is strong enough to remain.

(Adapted from English Unlimited by Adrian Doff and Ben Goldstein)

Question 44: Which best serves as the title for the passage?
A. The Age of the Robot?                                   B. Novel Applications оf the Sat-Nav System
C. The End of General Knowledge?                     D. New Perspectives on Tertiary Education

Question 45: Why did the middle-aged man miss the football match?
A. Because the search engine in the taxi failed to work.
B. Because the taxi driver was over-dependent on technology. (đoạn 1+2)
C. Because he did not remember the directions to the stadium.
D. Because the Sat-Nav in his car was out of order.

Question 46: The word “outsourced” in paragraph 2 mostly means _________.
A. exchanged                B. submitted                 C. imposed                    D. assigned (giao việc)

Question 47: The word “that” in paragraph 4 refers to _________.
A. the Internet              B. question                   C. the story                   D. general knowledge

Question 48: The word “induce” in paragraph 4 mostly means _________.
A. limit                         B. ease                         C. promote                    D. cause

Question 49: Which of the following is TRUE, according to the passage?
A. Young people do not seem to bother themselves with memorising factual information. (đoạn 3)
B. The majority of undergraduates are reluctant to look for answers to factual questions online.
C. General knowledge tends to have been mainly acquired through formal schooling.
D. On being offered the gift of writing, the king of Egypt was hopeful about its potential.

Question 50: Which of the following can be inferred from the passage?
A. Many universities worldwide have switched to virtual platforms (nền tảng ảo) for learning and teaching,
B. Moira Jones is not positive about the potential of the Internet in general knowledge acquisition. (đoạn 4)
C. When it comes to IQ tests, the ability to recall factual information is of little importance.
D. David Swift believes that informal acquisition of knowledge has been overrated (được đánh giá cao) these days.
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