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  1. SỞ GD & ĐT TỈNH BẮC NINH KỲ THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG NĂM 2023 TRƯỜNG THPT LÝ THÁI TỔ Bài thi: NGOẠI NGỮ; Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề ĐỀ THI THỬ LẦN 1 (Đề thi có 04 trang) Họ, tên thí sinh: Số báo danh: 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 1: Duy is talking to Hanh. - Duy: “Thank you for the delicious meal.” - Hanh: “___.” Mã đề thi 209 A. I’m glad you like itB. It’s too hardC. Thank you, tooD. I hope so Question 2: Miranda and An, two lecturers, are talking about a new plan. - Miranda: “I think we should start a “study buddy” programme.” - An: “___. This may help less-able students to learn better.” A. You should think of it againB. I quite agree with you C. I don’t agree with youD. That’s not a good choice Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. Question 3: Jack has received lots of friend requests since he ___ a talent contest at his school. A. will winB. is winningC. winsD. won Question 4: The factory was forced to close ___ its activities badly affected the air quality in the area. A. althoughB. despiteC. because ofD. because Question 5: The training seminar will begin ___. A. after all the staff had arrivedB. as soon as all the staff arrive C. by the time all the staff arrivedD. when all the staff were arriving Question 6: The student hopes her teacher will like the ___ scarf she gave her on the teacher’s day. A. Korean nice blue B. blue Korean nice C. nice blue Korean D. blue nice Korean Question 7: Having taken good care of the customers, the waitress got a generous ___ from them. A. tipB. fineC. wageD. money Question 8: Psychologists strongly advise parents with small kids not to allow them to watch videos ___ sensitive content. A. are containedB. containC. containingD. contained Question 9: We’re planning to ___ an offer on a beautiful house which is for sale near the town centre. A. makeB. catchC. breakD. turn Question 10: Most of the movie scenes ___ in a picturesque coastal town last year. A. film B. were filmed C. have filmed D. are filming Question 11: Mike used to be an exemplary student, but he went off the ___ after getting into drugs. A. railsB. routesC. tracksD. lanes Question 12: The boy took the medicine that Doctor Staples prescribed to ___ the stomach pain. A. deathB. deadenC. deadlyD. dead Question 13: Peter ___ some of his old love letters in his wife’s desk. A. turned upB. got onC. came acrossD. went over Question 14: He will invite her to the school prom, ___? A. doesn’t he B. won’t he C. does he D. will he Question 15: ___ you teach your friends, the more knowledge you are likely to retain. A. The better thanB. More thanC. The more thanD. The more Question 16: Since his head-on collision, the man has become a(n) ___ to the whole family. A. susceptibilityB. weaknessC. assetD. liability Question 17: Football lovers around the world are excited ___ the Qatar 2022 World Cup. A. overB. ofC. toD. about 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 questions.
  2. Question 18: A. routine B. teacherC. product D. bottle Question 19: A. summary B. inventionC. argument D. festival 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 the pronunciation in each of the following question. Question 20: A. yelled B. likedC. feared D. waved Question 21: A. houseB. mouth C. sound D. wound Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word in each of the following questions. Question 22: Twelfth graders should seek counsel from their parents if they have trouble in choosing their career. A. reward B. advice C. question D. belief Question 23: Most of the houses in the neighbourhood sustained terrible damage after the heavy storm. A. severe B. simpleC. careless D. minor Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word in each of the following questions. Question 24: Hunting wild animals should be forbidden as many of them are at risk of extinction. A. applied B. reducedC. permitted D. banned Question 25: Once heralded as a future star of the technological world, Daniel came a cropper when his product proved to be a total flop. A. escapedB. failed C. abandoned D. succeeded 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 26: The video that I watch three days ago is about the daily life of some tribes in far-flung regions. A B C D Question 27: The newly advertised laptop is so disappointing that few people want to buy them. A B C D Question 28: A comprehensive study revealed that understanding a child’s temperance could help parents A B develop appropriate expectations for their child’s behaviour in certain situations. C D Reading 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. Nowadays, emphasis is often placed on assessment for learning, as opposed to assessment of learning. But what exactly is the difference? In brief, assessment for learning involves the teacher and student becoming (29) ___ of how learning can be improved, and techniques mastered. Assessment of learning, on the other hand, simply tests what a student knows. Assessment for learning consists of students recognising where they are and where they want to go to in order to reach their goals. (30) ___, they need to participate actively in their learning. In order for students to be motivated to learn, there should always be a clear lesson objective and all targets should focus on the needs and abilities of (31) ___ individual class. The teacher’s role is to explain to students why they are learning what they are learning, and as most students’ attention (32) ___ is short, teachers should opt for a variety of interactive activities during the lesson. The use of audiovisual aids generally helps students pick up things more easily, (33) ___ in turn makes the learning process more effective overall. (Adapted from Reactivate Your Grammar and Vocabulary by Alexandra Green) Question 29: A. attentiveB. afraid C. aware D. alert Question 30: A. ThereforeB. Otherwise C. However D. Moreover Question 31: A. eachB. much C. all D. other Question 32: A. duration B. period C. span D. stint Question 33: A. that B. whom C. who D. which 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 pursuit of fame has never been more popular than it is today. Where fame was once reserved for the most gifted artists in the entertainment industry, these days it seems that anyone from a reality TV contestant to an online video blogger can become famous. Most talent show contestants and video bloggers are young people with little or no idea about how to handle fame. They can struggle to cope with the sudden glare of the spotlight. Then, as their new-found fame ends and the public’s attention turns elsewhere, these fading stars often struggle to readjust to normality.
  3. However, hanging on to fame has its own pitfalls. Fame brings a loss of privacy as a star’s life becomes the subject of media attention and, sometimes, cruel rumour. This can have a serious effect on their friendships. People who desire fame have to be prepared to live their life under a microscope. Fame may build confidence, but it can also destroy this confidence, bringing insecurity, depression and loneliness. It is important to put human emotions and relationships before fame because, after all, fame does not bring happiness. The bright lights of fame have blinded many wannabes who, later, end up feeling lonely and confused. Fame is fleeting for most people, but the real world is lasting for everyone. (Adapted from On Screen by Virginia Evans and Jenny Dooley) Question 34: Which of the following can be the best title for the passage? A. Why Fame MattersB. A Need for Fame C. Achieving Fame OvernightD. What Price for Fame Question 35: The word They in paragraph 2 refers to ___. A. spotlightsB. ideasC. young peopleD. talent shows Question 36: As stated in paragraph 2, most talent show contestants and video bloggers ___. A. cope with the sudden glare of the spotlight easily B. have no difficulty in readjusting to normality C. may not have the slightest idea how to handle fame D. are those struggling to draw the public’s attention Question 37: The word pitfalls in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to ___. A. benefitsB. opinionsC. resultsD. issues Question 38: Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage? A. These days, fame is only reserved for the most talented artists. B. Fame can make young people feel insecure, depressed and lonely. C. It is important to put fame before human emotions and relationships. D. Not many young people have been blinded by the bright lights of fame. 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. Like many constructions, it started small; but now thousands of children with autism are making friends and learning social skills by playing a version of online building game Minecraft. Stuart Duncan, a web developer in Timmins, Canada, got the idea through a popular blog he ran about his own experiences with autism as well as bringing up a son with autism. Other parents with autistic children started telling him that their kids were enamoured with a game that let them explore a randomly generated wilderness. However, many of the children were being bullied by other players. So, in 2013, he set up a server to run a version of Minecraft exclusively for children with autism and their families. At first, he thought the invite-only server would attract 10 or 20 people. To his amazement, hundreds requested to join in the first few days. Now, almost three years later, the community boasts nearly 7000 members, along with a team of admins to help manage its many activities. “Parents see such a benefit for themselves and their children,” says Duncan. Everyday social situations can be challenging for autistic children, who may struggle to pick up on social cues or understand another person’s perspective. Minecraft strips away the pressures typical of the real world. There is no noisy or unfamiliar environment to distract you, no pressure to track the other person’s facial expressions or worry about eye contact. “With Minecraft, you can really just be yourself,” he says. To join Autcraft, you must fill out an application. Once approved, you are free to roam the landscape and build your own structures. You can also take part in group games or build things as a team. However, you have to stick to some rules. Harassing other players or destroying their property can get you banned. Joining a community like Autcraft could be a good first step to feeling less socially anxious and more engaged, says Elizabeth Laugeson, director of the PEERS Clinic at the University of California, Los Angeles. The server also caught the eye of Kate Ringland at the University of California, Irvine. She sees Autcraft as not just another online community, but as a tool that helps autistic children practise social skills. “There’s a lot of reflection going on,” she says. “Autcraft is supporting a lot of social behaviours.” (Adapted from Question 39: Which of the following can be the best title for the passage? A. Minecraft versus Autcraft: Two Peas in a Pod? B. Autistic Children Got Bullied: A Mess to Clear Up C. Defeating Autism: A Story of a Canadian Web Developer D. Minecraft: A Blessing to Children with Autism Question 40: According to paragraph 1, Stuart Duncan ___. A. is an expert in the field of treating autismB. has a blog about developing websites C. has a son who was diagnosed with autismD. loves making friends with autistic children Question 41: The word enamoured with in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to ___. A. angry withB. devoid ofC. crazy aboutD. good at
  4. Question 42: The word its in paragraph 2 refers to ___. A. adminB. communityC. teamD. activity Question 43: The word challenging in paragraph 3 mostly means ___. A. decisiveB. terrificC. hurtfulD. tough Question 44: Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage? A. The great benefits of Autcraft are acknowledged by parents with autistic children. B. The number of requests to join Autcraft went beyond Duncan’s initial expectations. C. Minecraft exerts many pressures typical of the real world on children with autism. D. Failure to conform to certain rules of Autcraft can result in a player being banned. Question 45: Which of the following can be inferred from the passage? A. Thanks to Minecraft, the number of autistic children falling victim to bullying has reduced greatly. B. Minecraft is by far the most effective game to develop social skills and form new relationships. C. Autcraft provides autistic children with steps to feel less socially anxious and more engaged. D. Some professionals seem positive about the potential of Autcraft in emboldening autistic children. Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closet in meaning to each of the following question. Question 46: “My sister gave me some chocolate,” said Jennie. A. Jennie said that her sister gives him some chocolate. B. Jennie said that my sister gives me some chocolate. C. Jennie said that my sister gave me some chocolate. D. Jennie said that her sister had given her some chocolate. Question 47: It’s possible that she will not go hiking with us. A. She must go hiking with us. B. She shouldn’t go hiking with us. C. She may not go hiking with us. D. She needn’t go hiking with us. Question 48: He last uploaded videos to YouTube 4 months ago. A. He didn’t upload videos to YouTube 4 months ago. B. He has 4 months to upload videos to YouTube. C. He hasn’t uploaded videos to YouTube for 4 months. D. He has uploaded videos to YouTube for 4 months. 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 question. Question 49: Nam had just booked a ticket for his favourite singer’s concert. He realised that it had been called off for no obvious reasons. A. Scarcely had Nam booked a ticket for his favourite singer’s concert when he didn’t realise it had been postponed for no obvious reasons. B. Scarcely had Nam booked a ticket for his favourite singer’s concert when he realised that it had been postponed for no obvious reasons. C. Scarcely had Nam booked a ticket for his favourite singer’s concert when he didn’t realise it had been cancelled for no obvious reasons. D. Scarcely had Nam booked a ticket for his favourite singer’s concert when he realised that it had been cancelled for no obvious reasons. Question 50: Max has to attend an event this weekend. He can’t go on a picnic with his family. A. If Max didn’t have to attend an event this weekend, he could go on a picnic with his family. B. Provided that Max has to attend an event this weekend, he can’t go on a picnic with his family. C. If Max had to attend an event this weekend, he could go on a picnic with his family. D. If only Max had had to attend an event this weekend, he could have gone on a picnic with his family. HẾT ĐÁP ÁN 1 A 6 C 11 A 16 D 21 D 26 B 31 A 36 C 41 C 46 D 2 B 7 A 12 B 17 D 22 B 27 D 32 C 37 D 42 B 47 C 3 D 8 C 13 C 18 A 23 A 28 B 33 D 38 B 43 D 48 C 4 D 9 A 14 B 19 B 24 C 29 C 34 D 39 D 44 C 49 D 5 B 10 B 15 D 20 B 25 D 30 A 35 C 40 C 45 D 50 A