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  1. ĐỀ THI MẪU TỐT NGHIỆP THPT NĂM 2011 – ĐỀ MẪU 11 QUESTIONS 1-5: Choose one option A, B, C or D corresponding to the word whose main stress is on the syllable in the position which is different from that of the others. Identify your choice by circling letter A, B, C or D on the answer sheet. 1. A. kingdom B. mountain C. begin D. passage 2. A. eternal B. calenda r C. dinosa ur D. histor y 3. A. document B. develop C. opponent D. astonis h 4. A. arrive B. before C. imply D. count less 5. A. definition B. humidity C. necessity D. incr edible QUESTIONS 6 - 35: These are incomplete sentences. Choose A, B, C or D as your best choice to complete each sentence and then identify your answer by circling letter A, B, C or D on the answer sheet. 6. Although still underwa ter, Loihi Sea mount, the newest Hawaiian island, closer to the surface b y frequent volcanic eruptions tha t a dd layers of lava to the isla nd. A. brought B. to be brought C being brought D. is being brought 7. Hiram Revels, the First black member of the United States Senate, served as senator for Mississippi, an office he was elected in 1870. A. which B. in which C. and which D. being whic h 8. When World War I broke out in 1914, The Becton Dickinson Compa ny importing G er ma n elastic bandages a nd started ma king them in the US A. A. had stopped B. had to stop C. stopped D. was stopp ed 9. the Internet's speed and efficienc y in sending mail electronica lly rather than, by transporting it has become mor e popular among young people tha n tra ditional ma il. A. Since B. As a consequence C However D. Because of 10. Some machines produced large numbers of interchangeable parts tha t efficiently with t he "interchangeable parts system" of the grea t inventor Eli W hitney. A. could be used B. used C. used to D. could ha ve used 11. In 1948, the United States Secretary of States Dea n Acheson the Marshall Pla n to aid t he economic recovery of Europe after the Second World Wa r. A. begin to carry out B. bega n carrying out C. beginning a nd carrying out D. to have begun carrying out 12. The world's deepest cave, Pierre St. Martin in the Pyrenees mountains, is a lmost three times as deep . A. as the Empir e State Building is B. that the Empire State Building is high er C. is higher tha n the Empir e State Building D. and the Empire State Building's height 13. The purpose of phonetics is an inventory and a description of the sounds found in sp eech. A. to provide B. provided C. provide D. being provid ed 14. Color and light, taken together, the a esthetic impact of the interior of a building. A. very powerfully influence B. very influence p owerfully C. powerfully very influence D. influence power fully ver y 15. Although thunder and lightning are produced at the sa me time, light wa ves tra vel faster , so w e see the lightning before we hear the t hunder. A. than sound waves do B . than s o und w ave s are C . do s ound w aves D . s ound w a v es 16. The United States Congr ess appropria tes some four million dollars the upkeep of the W hit e House gr ounds. A. year for a B. for a year C. a yea r for D. a for year 17. The English colonization of Virginia was devised in 1606 by a group of mercha nts the Vir ginia Compa ny of London. A. who formed B. they formed C. whom formed D. what for med Nguyễn Thanh Tuấn – GV Tiếng Anh – THPT Tứ Kỳ - Tứ Kỳ - Hải Dương Page 31 of 40
  2. 18. A hockey player rushing up the ic e, tra veling at more than twenty-five miles per hour a nd sla pping a puck at mor e than 125 miles per hour, makes the sport than many other sports. A . i s m o r e da n g e r o u s B. more than dange rous C . more dangerous D . a s m o r e d a n g er o u s 19. A few anima ls sometimes fool their enemies to be dea d. A. have been appearing B. to appear C. by appearing D. to be app ea ring 20. Jackie Joyner-Kersce, the world rec ord in the heptathlon in the 1988 Olympics, also won the long jump in that year. A. whose setting B. which she set C. whoever set D. who s et 21. World trade patterns are indicative of the important ec onomic issues confront the world t oday. A. what B. that C. who D. they 22. Experiments related to the sense of smell are more easily than those related to perception of c o l o r. A. setting them up B. to set up C. set up D. sets up thos e 23. vastness of the Gra nd Canyon, it is difficult to capture it in a single p hotogra ph. A. While the B. The C. For the D. Because of t he 24. In many area s, the slope a nd topography of the land excess rainfall to run off into a natural outlet. D. do not p er mit A. neither permit B. without per mitting C. nor permitting 25. Medical research at the cellula r level, resea rch on the immune system, has been ma de possible through twentieth-century adva nces in techniques of genetic r es earc h. A. which B. whereas C. such as D. is also 26. Abraham Lincoln insisted that not just on mer e opinion but on moral purpos e. A. to base democracy B. for democracy to be bas ed C. democracy should be based D. whenever democracy is bas ed 27. Architects involved in big projects must study a bout the outside world before conceiving of a n i d ea . A. clients think B. whether clients thou ghts C. how their clients think D. thoughts that clients 28. The Olympic mara thon distanc e in the ancient times to honor a messenger who ran from Marathon to Athens to deliver vital news and then died. A. established B. was esta blished C. esta blishing D. which es ta blis hed 29. Not only much bigger tha n a ny other planets, but unlike the pla nets, it consists completely of gaseous mat er ia l. A. the Sun is B. the Sun, which is C. is the Sun D. tha t the Sun 30. Jupiter, the closest of the gia nt planets to Earth, has solid surface and is surrounded by zones of intense ra diat ion. A. not B. nor C. no D. neither 31. The letter of Abiga il Ada ms to her husband and future President, John, during the A mer ica n Revolution, conveyed a vivid picture of the t imes. A. were being written B. which written C. written D. written when 32. Syllogism is a form of rea soning conclusion is reached from two statements ca lled pr emises. A. which a B. in which a C. that a D. to which 33. Laser eye surgeries, once consider ed risky and danger ous, that 90 percent of recipients ca n s ee ver y well after the op eration. A. which are now so successful B. are now so suc cess ful C. they ar e now so successful D. is now so succes s ful 34. White phosphorus, a substance in matches, is so fla mmable that it burst into fla me u pon contact with the a ir. A. is common B. common C. whic h being common D. being common, is 35. recurring fea r is out of proportion to any real da nger, it is called a phobia. A. When B. Whereas C. Which D. Whet her QUESTIONS 36 - 45: Read the following passage carefully and then choose the best option to fit each space. Identify your choice by circling letter A, B, C or D on the answer sheet. Man cannot go on increasing numbers at the present ra te. In the next 30 years, ma n will face a period of crisis. (36) experts believe that ther e will be a widespread food (37) . Other exp er ts Nguyễn Thanh Tuấn – GV Tiếng Anh – THPT Tứ Kỳ - Tứ Kỳ - Hải Dương Page 32 of 40
  3. think this is too pessimistic, and that man ca n prevent things from getting worse tha n they are now. But (38) that two-thirds of the people in the world a re undernourished or starving no w. One thing that man can do is to limit (39) of babies born. The need (40) this is ob vious, but it is not ea sy to achieve. People have to be persua ded to limit their families. In the country of the popula tion (41) , ma ny people like big fa milies. The parents think that this brings a bigger income for the fa mily and ensures ther e will be someone in the fa mily who will look after them in old a ge. Severa l governments have (42) birth control policies in recent years. (43) them a re Ja pan, China, India and Egypt. In some (44) , the results ha ve not been succeeded. Ja pan has been a n exception. The Japanese adopted a birth control polic y in 1948. People (45) to limit their fa milies. The birth rate fell from 34.3 per thousa nd per year to about 17.0 per thousand per yea r a t present. 36. A. Any B. Some C. More D. All 37. A. need B. want C. absence D. shortage 38. A. to remember B. remember C. remembered D. rememb er ing 39. A. a number B. the number C. an amount D. the a mou nt 40. A. for B. in C. of D. about 41. A. bursting B. raising C. explosion D. ext ens ion 42. A. adjusted B. created C. adopted D. pres ent ed 43. A. Of B. Among C. Between D. Out of 44. A. cases B. exceptions C. examples D. events 45. A. encourage B. encouraged C. were enc ouraged D. are encouraged QUESTIONS 46 - 50: Read the following passage carefully and complete the sentences that follow by circling letter A, B, C or D as the correct answers and then mark your choice on the answer she et. In ma ny old cities in Europe, ther e are narrow roads with many shops lying together along the t wo sides. These commercia l places are not so moder n and convenient as those ca lled shopping centres in moder n cities, especially in the suburbs of the big cities in the United Stat es. Shopping centres ha ve developed rapid l y because of the shift of the population to the suburbs, the growing use of a nd dependence upon the automobiles and the hea vy traffic in downtown areas. A s hopping centre is a large group of stor es facing a huge central ma ll which ma y be cover ed, heated and a ir- conditioned. A shopping centre is a lso surrounded by a parking a rea with spa ce for thousa nds of cars. We ca n buy all kinds of food a nd get anything we need in a shopping centre. Unlike a sup er ma rket where groceries are chiefly sold, a shopping centre provides us with a ll services besides food. We ca n get our ha ir cut, eyes tested, clothes washed, we ca n book our tickets for a world tour and even enroll in sp eci al classes. Shopping centres a re therefore, ver y c onvenient for the customers, but they lack "the sense of closeness" as felt in older commerc ia l c entres. 46. In the shopping sections in ma ny old cities in Europe, the stores are located . A. in the downtown B. in residentia l a reas C. a long poor, dirty roads D. along small roa ds 47. The word "those" in paragraph one refers to . A. Shops along the roads B. Commercia l pla ces C. Shopping centres D. Sup er market 48. A shopping c entre is a large group of stor es facing a huge central ma ll which is . A. narrow and winding B. very crowded with aut omobiles C. used as a store-house for heaters and a ir-condit ion ers D. shaded a nd co mf orta ble 49. A shopping c entre is differ ent from a supermarket because . A. it only sells food B. it sells vegeta ble C. it provides not only food but a lso s er vic es D. it is ea sy to book a ticket for a world t our 50. Customers cannot find "the sense of closeness" in a moder n shopping centre because . A. a ll the items in the stores are ver y exp ens iv e B. the shopkeepers are very c old a nd u nfriendly C. it is modern and conve nt iona l D. they worry too much about the safety of their cars Nguyễn Thanh Tuấn – GV Tiếng Anh – THPT Tứ Kỳ - Tứ Kỳ - Hải Dương Page 33 of 40
  4. QUESTIONS 51 - 55: Read the following passage carefully and complete the se ntences that follow by circling letter A, B, C or D as the correct answers and then mark your choice on the answer she et. The ha bits of those who constantly play video ga mes are very important to people working in vid eo- ga me industry. If video ga mes a re going to be one of the most attractive fea tures of future int eract iv e systems, it is essentia l for producers to know what types of ga mes to make, how best to pr esent such ga mes on interactive video a nd how to ensure that such ga mes ma inta in their fascination for people. Above all, it is vita l to build up detailed profiles of people who are addicted to video ga mes . Until r ecently, the chief market for video ga mes has been boys a ged eight to fifteen. The fascination for interactive video ga mes is seen in its purest form in this group. Video ga mes a ppeal to some deep instinct in boys who find it impossible to tea r themselves a wa y from them. School work is ignored, health is da ma ged and even eating habits are affected. Girls of the sa me age, however, are entirely different, demonstrating far greater freedom from the hold of video ga mes. Quite simply, they can take video ga mes in their stride, b eing able to pla y them when they wa nt a nd then leave them alone. 51. Producers of video ga mes are keen on . A. developing c omputer techniques in ma king such ga mes B. learning a bout drug to which people are a ddict ed C. designing wa ys to change their video ga mes into television pr ogra ms D. Finding the best wa ys of continuing to attract peop le 52. The people who are most attracted to video ga mes are . A. young adult women B. girls between eight and fift een C. boys from eight lo fifteen years old D. both boys a nd girls between eight and fift een. 53. ha ve differ ent a ttitude towards playing video ga mes. A. Adult men a nd women B. Girls and boys below eight C. Girls and boys above fifteen D. Boys and gir ls from eight to fifteen 54. The addiction to video ga mes can be so powerful that it can . A. make people relaxing B. destroy people's instincts C. sepa rate boys from girls D. make people physica lly ill 55. Compa red with boys of the same a ge, girls are . A. more addic ted to video ga mes B. more intelligent than b oys C. mor e concentrated on video ga mes D. less a ffected by video ga mes QUESTIONS 56 - 60: Each of the following se ntences has four underlined words or phrases marked A, B, C, and D. Choose the word or phrase which must be changed in order for the sentence to be correct by circling letter A, B, C or D and then mark your choice on the answer sheet. 56. The surface conditions (A) on the planet Mars are the mor e (B) like the Earth's than (C) those of any other (D) planet in the solar syst em. 57. The midnight sun is (A) a phenomenon in which the Sun visible remains (B) in the sky (C) for t went y- four hours or longer (D ). 58. La wrence Robert Klein received (A) the 1980 Nobel Prize in ec onomics for pioneer ing (B) the useful of (C) computers to forecast economic activities (D). 59. Those (A) inter ested in cover ed (B) bridges ca n find (C) six of they (D) between Keene a nd W inchest er, New Ha mp s hir e. 60. Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr, clergyma n and (A) civil rights leader, won (B) the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize for (C) his work toward racially (D) equality in the United States. QUESTIONS 61 - 70: Choose one option A, B, C or D corresponding to the sente nce which has the same meaning as the original one and mark your choice on the answer sheet. 61. The robber made the bank clerk to hand over the mon ey. A. The bank cler k wa s plea sed to ha nd over the money to the robb er. B. The bank cler k wa s made to hand over the money to the robb er. C. The bank cler k wa s ready to hand over the money to the robb er. D. The bank cler k wa s plea sed to give money over his hand to the robb er. 62. In spite of having a broken leg he managed to get out of the car. A. In spite of the fa ct that his leg was broken he ma naged to get out of the car. B. In spite of having broken legs he ma naged to get out of the car. C. Despite of the fact that his leg was broken he ma naged to get out of the car. D. Although his leg was broken but he ma naged to get out of the car. Nguyễn Thanh Tuấn – GV Tiếng Anh – THPT Tứ Kỳ - Tứ Kỳ - Hải Dương Page 34 of 40
  5. 63. We couldn't drive because of the fog. A. Because the fog we couldn't go on driving. B. The fog stopped us into dr iving C. The fog prevented us from driving. D. The fog prevented us out of driving. 64. I don't suppose you have change for a pound, do you? A. Do you change a pound? B. Are you supposed to change a pound? C. Do you happen to have change for a pound? D. Have you changed a pound? 65. "I don't think John will come", said Bill. A. Bill doubted whether John would come. B. Bill said he doesn't think John will come. C. Bill said he don't think John would come. D. Bill said he didn't think John will come. 66. John has not had his hair cut for over six month s. A. John has not cut his ha ir for over six mont hs. B. John ha d his ha ir cutted six months ago. C. It is over six months since John got his hair cut. D. It is over six months since John ha d his ha ir cutted. 67. Maria says she'd like to have been put in a higher class. A. Maria wishes she will be put in a higher c lass. B. Maria wishes she is put in a higher cla ss. C. Maria wishes she wer e put in a higher class. D. Maria wishes tha t she had been put in a higher class. 68. "Please could you wake me up at 7 o'clock tomorrow morning?" I asked the doorman. A. I asked the door ma n if he wa kes me at 7 o'clock in the following mor ning. B. I asked the door man if he wake me at 7 o'clock in the following mor ning. C. I asked the door man whether he wa kes me a t 7 o'clock in the following morning or not. D. I asked the door man to wa ke me up at 7 o'cloc k the following morning. 69. My sister didn't leave the car key, so I couldn't pick her up at the airport. A. If my sister left the ca r key, I would pick her up at the a irport. B. If my sister ha d left the ca r key, I would ha ve picked her up at the airport. C. If my sister ha ve left the car key, 1 would have pic ked her up at the a irport. D. If my sister ha d left the ca r key, I could pic k her up at the a irport. 70. "I’m sorry, I was rude to you yesterday." I said to Tom. A. I a pologise of being rude to you yes ter da y. B. I a pologised Tom for having been rude to him the day befor e. C. I a pologise for my rude to you yest er da y. D. I apologise to you a s I was rude to you yester da y. QUESTIONS 71 - 80: Choose one option A, B, C or D corresponding to the best sentence which is made up from the given cue words and then mark your choice on the answer sheet. 71. an xious / find / goo d school / my w ife / childr en / attend. A. To b e a nxio us ab out good scho ol my wif e's children find to attend. B. My wif e finds good sch ool to attend for a n xiou s ch ild ren. C. A n xious childr en find to atte nd go o d schoo l of my wife. D. M y wif e is a nxio us to find a go od schoo l for our ch ild ren to attend. 72. I / look for w a rd / start / wo rk / you . A. I loo k for wa rd to s ta rtin g to work for you. B. I loo k for w ard to s tart to work for you. C. I loo k for wa rd to s ta rt w orking f or yo u. D. I loo k forwa rd to s tart w or king to yo u. 73. re member / lo ck / door / go out. A. You r emember to lock the d oor b efor e you go out. B. Remember loc king the doo r b efore g oing out. C. R emem be r to lock the door b efor e g oing out. D. Re member to lock the d oor b efor e you g oing out. 74. alwa ys / he / spend / more / he / ear n / so / he / often / debt. A. Al wa ys, he spend mo re than he ea rn so he is often debt, B. He alwa ys spend mo re than he ea rns so he is often debt. C. He alwa ys spends mo re tha n he ear ns so he is ofte n in debt. D. H e alwa ys spends mo re tha n he ear n so he is oft en in debt. 75. house / you / live / what / child / wh en ? A. What house do you liv e in whe n you were a child? B. W hat s ort of house did yo u liv e in when you w as a ch ild? Nguyễn Thanh Tuấn – GV Tiếng Anh – THPT Tứ Kỳ - Tứ Kỳ - Hải Dương Page 35 of 40
  6. C. W hat s ort of house wer e you liv e in when you were a ch ild? D. What sor t of house you liv e at when you wer e a child ? 76. Einstein / ca n / not / sp eak / until / he / eigh t, A. Einstein can not speak until he was eight. B. N ot un til Ein st ein was eight he ca n sp ea k. C. Not u ntil Einst ein w as eig ht can he speak. D. Einstein could no t s p eak u ntil he w as eigh t. 77. lik e / s it / next t he / wh enever / windo w ! pla n e / he. A. He lik es sitting n ext to the w in do w w hene ver he is on the pla ne. B. He lik es to sit next to the windo w whe never he is on the pla ne. C. He lik es sit n ext to the win do w whene ver he is on the pla ne. D. H e lik es to sit next to the wi ndo w whe never he is o ut the pla n e. 78. compu te r / run / ten time / fa st / this / o ld one. A. This compu ter r uns fa st ten times th an the old one. B. This compu te r runs ten times fa ster tha n the o ld one. C. This ten tim es computer ru ns fa ster tha n the o ld one. D. Th is co mp uter run s fa ster ten times than the old one. 79. book, / that / ve ry thic k, / belon g / younge r sister / my. A. Tha t bo ok, wha t is ve ry thic k, b elong s to my younger sister. B. Tha t bo ok, th at is ve ry thick, belon gs to my you nger sister. C. That bo ok, is ve ry thick , bel ongs to my younger sister. D. Tha t bo ok, w hich is ve ry thick, belong s to my youn ger sister. 80. stop / we / pla y / ten nis / beca use / rain / sta rt. A. W e s toppe d to pla y tennis beca use it s tarted to ra in. B. W e stop p ed- pla ying tennis because of it starte d to ra in. C. We stoppe d pla ying tennis because it s tarted to rain. D. We s to pped p la ying t en nis because it ra in sta rts.
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