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Bộ 4 đề thi giữa HK1 môn Tiếng Anh 10 có đáp án năm 2021-2022 Trường THPT Hồ Thị Bi

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ĐỀ THI GIỮA HỌC KỲ I NĂM HỌC 2021 – 2022

Môn TIẾNG ANH

Thời gian: 45 phút

1. ĐỀ SÔ 1

Part 1 Listening

Listen and fill in the blank with a suitable word.

I’m really interested in the (1) ________ of other countries. I don’t know why, but I always think other cultures are more (2) ________ than my own culture. Every time I travel, I learn wonderful, strange, (3) ________ and interesting things about other cultures. One of the biggest surprises I had was when I went béo the USA as a child. I’m English so I thought Americans had the same culture as me. When I went béo America I understood Americans and British are very different people. Understanding the culture of other people is very (4) ________ . It helps us all béo get along. If everyone really tried béo learn about other cultures, the world would be a more (5) ________ place. The world is becoming smaller, so I think this is happening.

  • good morning class. today i’d like to talk about culture shock
  • good morning class today i d like to talk about culture shock
  • we __________ get there on time. the boss is away today.
  • “in the past, our grandparents had a __________ for grand-sons over
  • grand-daughters. a. discrimination b. equality c. rights d. preference”
  • giá phần mềm bluejeans meetings
  • việc làm foreign teacher
  • bài tập trắc nghiệm a, an, some, any
  • my father phoned me to say that he would come
  • restaurant bep me in vietnamese authentic cuisine
  • việc làm native english teacher
  • topic nói tiếng anh lớp 11 học kì 1
  • aladyb
  • sensible là gì
  • isan thai restaurant segambut
  • system shock 2 nah
  • “from each number pick out the word whose underlined part is pronounced
  • differently from the others”
  • anh 10 test yourself d
  • the world wedding ring sets represent
  • closest là đồng nghĩa
  • hợp âm can’t take my eyes off you
  • listenaminute
  • Part 2 Pronunciation

Choose the letter A, B, C or D béo indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.

1. A. silver                            B. ice                                 C. idol                               D. time

2. A. enroll                           B. suppose                         C. provide                         D. only

3. A. discrimination              B. eliminate                       C. primary                         D. employment

Choose the letter A, B, C or D béo indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.

4. A. solution                        B. energy                           C. pollution                       D. confusion

5. A. woman                         B. gender                          C. treatment                      D. alone

Part 3 Vocabulary and grammar

Choose the letter A, B, C or D béo indicate the correct answer béo each of the following questions.

1. We should ________ non-renewable natural resources for our future generations.

A. béo protect                      B. protect                          C. protection                     D. protecting

2. I believe gender ________ in education starts at home.

A. discriminate                  B. discrimination               C. discriminator                D. discriminative

3. The bride and groom are surely the ________ people on their wedding day.

A. happy                            B. happier                          C. happily                         D. happiest

4. The government will soon ________ the problem of inequality in wages.

A. establish                        B. address                         C. sue                                D. abolish

5. My English this term is ________ than that of last year.

A. good                             B. gooder                          C. better                            D. best

6. Superstitions still ________ an important role in life for many people in Viet- nam.

A. take                               B. play                               C. do                                 D. give

7. The place ________ we spent our holiday was really beautiful.

A. what                             B. who                              C. where                            D. which

8. He ________ the lights on in the office because our electricity bill was huge.

A. needn’t have left                                                     B. should have left

C. must have left                                                        D. can leave

9. Don’t forget that we’re meeting on ________ Friday for ________ lunch.

A. a/a                                 B. an / Æ                            C. Æ / the                          D. Æ / Æ

10. ________ is a ceremony or service which is held shortly after a person’s death.

A. Funeral                                                                   B. Wedding

C. House moving day                                                 D. Farewell party

Part 4 Reading

Choose the letter A, B, C, or D béo indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.

(1) ______ the world, wedding ring sets represent a couple’s lifelong love and commitment béo one another. The practice of exchanging of rings has a (2) _____ that has changed over thousands of years. And even today, there are interesting cultural (3) ______ about wedding rings that vary depending (4)_____ your country of residence or religion.

In the United States (and many other Western countries), the custom is béo wear wedding rings on the fourth finger of the left hand. But in many other countries, it’s (5)______ béo place wedding ring sets on the right hand instead.

(From: https://www. mytriorings. com/cultural-differences-wearing-bridal-rings-on-the-left-or-the-right-hand)

1.A. Around                        B. On                                C. For                                D. Round over

2.A. sign                              B. significance                  C. significant                     D. signify

3.A. traditions                     B. ceremony                      C. identity                         D. differences

4.A. for                                B. in                                  C. on                                 D. with

5.A. traditional                    B. bad                               C. similar                           D. impolite

Read the passage below and choose the letter A, B, C, or D béo indicate the correct answer béo each question.

Although there is a great deal of variation within each gender, on the average, men and women discuss a surprisingly different range of topics. According béo some studies, women and men ranging in age from seventeen béo eighty described the range of topics each discussed with friends of the same sex. Certain topics were common béo both men and women; work, movies, and television proved béo be frequent topics for both groups. The differences between men and women were more striking than the similarities. Female friends spent much more time discussing personal and domestic subjects, relationship problems, family, health and reproductive matters, weight, food and clothing. Men, on the other hand, were more likely béo discuss music, current events, sports and business. Women were more likely béo gossip about close friends and family. By contrast, men spent more time gossiping about sports figures and media personalities. These differences can lead béo frustration when men and women try béo converse with one another.

6. It is stated in the passage that women ________ .

A. are unwilling béo discuss personal subjects

B. are more interested in discussing relationship problems than are men

C. never talk about other men and women

D. don’t like gossiping about anything

7. According béo the passage, men ________ .

A. need béo learn béo communicate better

B. like talking about movies and television as much as women do

C. are not likely béo gossip on anything

D. have no common topics with women

8. What is NOT mentioned as a frequent topic for women according béo the passage?

A. food and clothes                                                     B. sports events

C. personal problems                                                  D. family

9. The word “striking” in the passage is closest in meaning béo ________ .

A. prominent                     B. difficult                        C. complex                        D. excellent

10. The passage mainly discusses ________ .

A. what women’s conversational topics are

B. why men don’t like conversing with women

C. the topics men like discussing

D. the conversational topics of men and women

Part 5 Writing

Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the original sentence.

—(Nội dung đầy đủ, cụ thể phần đáp án của đề thi số 1 vui lòng xem tại trực tuyến hoặc đăng nhập để tải về dế yêu)—

2. ĐỀ SÔ 2

Part 1 Listening

Listen and fill in the blank with a suitable word.

“Half of man is woman.” That’s a Chinese expression. I think it means half of the (1) ________ is female and we are all equal. But we’re not really (2) ________ . Women have a much harder time in life than men. Lots of women in developed countries have an OK life, but women in developing countries have a (3) ________ time. They have béo look after the family, and their husband’s family, cook, have children and farm the fields. They need béo be incredibly strong. I think women are (4) ________ than men. They need béo be with what they have béo put up with. I also think they’re more (5) ________ than men. But are they more intelligent than men? No. I think men and women are equally intelligent. Except when it comes béo reading a map.

Part 2 Pronunciation

Choose the letter A, B, C or D béo indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.

1. A. mirror                           B. sticky                            C. gift                                B. bride

2. A. gender                         B. eliminate                       C. women                          B. equal

3. A. propose                        B. information                   C. opportunity                  B. suppose

Choose the letter A, B, C or D béo indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.

4. A. collect                          B. decide                           C. relax                              B. travel

5. A. ancestor                       B. article                            C. assignment                   B. additive

Part 3 Vocabulary and grammar

Choose the letter A, B, C or D béo indicate the correct answer béo each of the following questions.

1. This room must _______ by her every day.

     A. be cleaning                 B. cleaned                         C. be cleaned                    D. clean

2. The Vietnamese government has done a lot béo ______ hunger and poverty.

     A. eliminate                    B. increase                         C. protect                          D. keep

3. Her math result is _______ than her English result.

     A. bad                             B. badly                             C. worse                           D. well

4. Electronic devices are bad ______ your eyes, and radiation from these devices could harm ______ your body and cause permanent damage.

     A. for/                             B. béo/ béo                             C. for/ béo                           D. / Ø/Ø

5. The economic conditions today are ______ they were in the past.

     A. much more good                                                  B. much better than

     C. much better                                                          D. the best than

6. You ______ pick those flowers. Don’t you see the sign?

     A. mustn’t                       B. don’t need béo                 C. can’t                             D. needn’t

7. ______ against women and girls should be eliminated when government and people co-operate.

     A. Equality                     B. Discrimination              C. Dissatisfaction             D. Disbelief

8. You should ______ attention béo what your teacher is saying.

     A. take                            B. give                               C. have                             D. pay

9. Educated women are likely béo get ______ jobs and become more important at home.

     A. well-trained                B. well-paid                       C. well-prepared               D. well-educated

10. We ______ get there on time. The boss is away today.

     A. mustn’t                       B. don’t have béo                 C. can’t                             D. couldn’t

Part 4 Reading

Choose the letter A, B, C, or D béo indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.

Mary got (1) _______ béo Bill last Saturday, and we went béo the wedding, which (2) _______ place in a lovely little church in the country. Mary, the (3) ________, wore a beautiful white dress; it had a long train made of silk, and it was carried by a young (4) ________, who was the daughter of her elder sister. At the start, her husband-to-be, the (5) ________, was waiting for her in the front of the church. She walked down the aisle béo the front with her father, and after the ceremony, she came back down again with her husband.

1. A. married                        B. marry                            C. marriage                       D. marries

2. A. found                           B. held                              C. took                              D. stood

3. A. lady                             B. groom                           C. maid                             D. bride

4. A. bridesmaid                   B. bridegroom                   C. bride                             D. groom

5. A. male                             B. man                               C. groom                           D. bride

Read the passage below and choose the letter A, B, C, or D béo indicate the correct answer béo each question.

Psychologists tell us that there are four basic stages that human beings pass through when they enter and live in a new culture. This process, which helps us béo deal with culture shock, is the way our brain and our personality reacts béo the strange new things we encounter when we move from one culture béo another. If our culture involves bowing when we greet someone, we may feel very uncomfortable in a culture that does not involve bowing. If the language we use when talking béo someone in our own culture is influenced by levels of formality based on the other person’s age and status, it may be difficult for us béo feel comfortable communicating with people in the new culture.

Culture begins with the “honeymoon stage”. This is the period of time when we first arrive in which everything about the new culture is strange and exciting. We may be suffering from “jet lag” but we are thrilled béo be in the new environment, seeing new sights, hearing new sounds and language, eating new kinds of food. This honeymoon stage can last for quite a long time because we feel we are involved in some kind of great adventure.

Unfortunately, the second stage of culture shock can be more difficult. After we have settled down into our new life, working or studying, buying groceries, doing laundry, or living with a home-stay family, we can become very tired and begin béo miss our homeland and our family, girlfriend/boyfriend, pets. All the little problems that everybody in life has seem béo be much bigger and more disturbing when you face them in a foreign culture. This period of cultural adjustment can be very difficult and lead béo the new arrival rejecting or pulling away from the new culture. This “rejection stage” can be quite dangerous because the visitor may develop unhealthy habits (smoking and drinking too much, being too concerned over food or contact with people from the new culture). This can, unfortunately lead béo the person getting sick or developing skin infections or rashes which then makes the person feel even more scared andconfused and helpless. This stage is considered a crisis in the process of cultural adjustment and many people choose béo go back béo their homeland or spend all their time with people from their own culture speaking their native language.

The third stage of culture shock is called the “adjustment stage”. This is when you begin béo realize that things are not so bad in the host culture. Your sense of humour usually becomes stronger and you realize that you are becoming stronger by learning béo take care of yourself in the new place. Things are still difficult, but you are now a survivor!

The fourth stage can be called “at ease at last”. Now you feel quite comfortable in your new surroundings. You can cope with most problems that occur. You may still have problems with the language, but you know you are strong enough béo deal with them. If you meet someone from your country who has just arrived, you can be the expert on life in the new culture and help them béo deal with their culture shock.

6. When does culture shock happen?

A. when you reach your teens

B. when you move béo a big city

C. when you meet foreign people for the first time

D. when you go béo live in a foreign culture

7. How do you feel during the first stage of culture shock?

A. lonely and depressed

B. bored and homesick

C. happy and excited

D. angry and frustrated

8. How do you feel during the second stage?

A. homesick and afraid

B. interested and amused

C. stressed, but positive

D. you have no particular feelings

9. How could the third stage be described?

A. adjustment                    B. rejection                        C. enthusiasm                    D. anger

10. How do you feel during the fourth stage of culture shock?

A. tense, but positive                                                   B. relaxed

C. negative and stressed                                             D. afraid

Part 5 Writing

Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the original sentence.

—(Nội dung đầy đủ, cụ thể phần đáp án của đề thi số 2 vui lòng xem tại trực tuyến hoặc đăng nhập để tải về dế yêu)—

3. ĐỀ SÔ 3

Part 1 Listening

Listen and fill in the gap with a suitable word.

Good morning class. Today I’d like béo talk about culture shock. Now, many students think they know what culture shock is, but often they are (1) ________ by the real meaning of the term “culture shock”. For example, I’ve heard students say, “I know what culture shock is. Culture shock is a kind of (2) ______ that you get when you travel. You might be surprised by something such as cars with their lights on during the daytime. You might notice that Canadians take off their shoes in their houses or that they usually eat sandwiches for lunch.”

Well, those aren’t really examples of “culture shock”. They are what I like béo call “cross-cultural surprises”. Actually, culture shock is quite different from a “cross-cultural surprise”. Culture shock is the feeling of anxiousness and confusion caused when a person tries béo (3) ________ béo a new environment. Culture shock also involves a physical and psychological reaction béo a new environment. When you live in a new country, it is common béo feel sad, (4) ________ , or disoriented. You might feel very tired or you might have difficulty sleeping. You may have sore muscles and you might even lose your identity and wonder “who am I”. All of these types of reactions can be (5) ________ that you are suffering from “culture shock”.

Part 2 Pronunciation

Choose the letter A, B, C or D béo indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.

1. A. ordinate                       B. report                            C. perform                         D. collect

2. A. discriminate                 B. eliminate                       C. price                              D. enroll

3. A. affect                           B. wage                             C. address                         D. talkative

Choose the letter A, B, C or D béo indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.

4. A. similar              B. personal                        C. concentrate                   D. Vietnamese

5. A. asleep              B. custom                          C. culture                          D. manner

Part 3 Vocabulary and grammar

Choose the letter A, B, C or D béo indicate the correct answer béo each of the following questions.

1. My father phoned me béo say that he would come ________ home late.

A. a                                    B. an                                  C. the                                D. Æ

2. ________ you study for these exams, ________ you will do.

A. The harder / the better                                            B. The more / the much

C. The hardest / the best                                             D. The more hard / the more good,

3. Affected by the Western cultures, Vietnamese young people’s attitudes ________ love and marriage have dramatically changed.

A. for                                 B. with                              C. through                         D. towards

4. She is ________ girl in our class.

A. the most beautiful                                                   B. more beautiful

C. most beautiful                                                        D. beautiful

5. It’s late. I think we ________ go now.

A. had                               B. have                              C. should                         D. could

6. This letter ________ , not handwritten.

A. should be typing                                                     B. should be typed

C. needn’t type                                                            D. needn’t be typed

7. As a child, I always ________ of becoming a good teacher.

A. dreamt                          B. took care                       C. insisted                         D. preferred

8. London is home béo people of many ________ cultures.

A. diverse                          B. diversity                       C. diversify                       D. diversification

9. In the past, our grandparents had a ________ for grand-sons over grand-daughters.

A. discrimination               B. equality                         C. rights                            D. preference

10. Gender discrimination cannot ________ people from doing their favorite jobs.

A. enroll                            B. prevent                         C. address                         D. insist

Choose the letter A, B, C or D béo indicate the underlined part that needs correction.

11. (AThis is the boy (Bwhich we (Care looking (Dfor.

12. If you (Adoesn’t study (Bhard, you (Cwill fail (Dthe exam.

13. (AThis book (B) is (Cinteresting than (Dthat book.

Part 4 Reading

Choose the letter A, B, C, or D béo indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.

Where do superstitions (1) ________ from ? Long ago, people didn’t have the scientific knowledge we do today. To reduce their fear about (2) ________ events, people came up with rituals. They passed their beliefs down from generation béo generation. Some superstitions are timeless. Floors in buildings still go from the 12th béo the 14th floor, even though nobody can agree (3) ________ the number 13 is unlucky.

Superstitous people think they can turn bad luck (4) ________ . They “knock on wood” béo avoid jinxing themselves. For example, if you say “I’ve never broken a limb” you should immediately search for a table béo knock on béo avoid a (5) ________ of luck. You may break your leg tomorrow if you don’t.

1. A. corne                B. arrive                            C. go                                 D. become

2. A. inexplainable        B. Imexplainable               C. unexplainable               D. disexplainable

3. A. why                  B. how                              C. what                             D. when

4. A. on                 B. up                                 C. off                                D. away

5. A. reverse                         B. reversai                         C. reversing                       D. return

Read the passage below and choose the letter A, B, C, or D béo indicate the correct answer béo each question.

These days, most people in Britain and the US do not wear very formal clothes. But sometimes it is important béo wear the right things.

Many British people don’t think about clothes very much. They just like béo be comfortable. When they go out béo enjoy themselves, they can wear almost anything. At theatres, cinemas and concerts you can put on what you like from beautiful suits and dresses béo jeans and sweaters. Anything goes, as long as you look clean and tidy.

But in Britain, as well as the US, men in office usually wear suits and ties, and women wear dresses or skirts (not trousers). Doctors and business people always wear quite formal clothes. And in some hotels and restaurants men have béo wear ties and women tidy dresses.

In any ways, Americans are less formal than British people, but they are more careful with their clothes. At home, or on holiday, most Americans wear informal or sporty clothes. But when they go out in the evening, they like béo look nice. In good hotels and restaurants, men have béo wear jackets and ties, and women wear pretty clothes.

It is difficult béo say exactly what people wear in Britain and the US, because everyone is different. If you are not sure what béo wear, watch what other people do and follow suit. You’ll feel more comfortable if you don’t look too different from others.

6. People in Britain wear informal clothes when they ________ .

A. go out béo enjoy themselves                                     B. are in offices

C. are in big restaurants                                              D. go out béo work

7. Which of the following is true according béo the passage?

A. Women are not allowed béo wear trousers in office

B. Lawyers always wear formal clothes even though they are at home.

C. American people are more formal in dressing than British people

D. Though everyone is different, they wear the same clothes in offices

8. “Anything goes” in the second paragraph means ” ________ “

A. anything leaves                                                       B. any clothes are acceptable

C. all the things around are all right                           D. not any clothes are all right

9. Men wear ties when ________ in the US.

A. they meet their wives                                             B. they meet good friends

C. they eat something expensive                                D. they have dinners in good restaurants

10. What do you think the passage is mainly about?

A. Recent dressing habits in Great Britain and the United States.

B. The reason why informal clothing is popular in the UK and USA.

C. When we should wear in a formal way.

D. Where we should wear in a formal way.

—(Nội dung đầy đủ, cụ thể phần đáp án của đề thi số 3 vui lòng xem tại trực tuyến hoặc đăng nhập để tải về dế yêu)—

4. ĐỀ SÔ 4

I. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the rest.

1. A. breath                            B. health                       C. heart                         D. head

2. A. household                      B. bone                         C. oxygen                     D. role

II. Choose the best answer béo complete the sentence.

3. As planned, we _______ a new house next week.

     A. are going béo build          B. build                          C. will build                    D. built

4. My father is responsible _______ making money.

     A. in                                   B. with                           C. at                              D. for

5. I am afraid my brother can’t go out with you right now. He _______ his car.

     A. repair                             B. repairs                      C. repaired                    D. is repairing

6. The heart and blood vessels are parts of the _______ system.

     A. certain                           B. circle                        C. circulatory                D. circumstance

7. The nerves _______ messages between your brain and the rest of your body.

     A. carry                             B. are carrying              C. carried                      D. will carry

III. Read the passage and choose the best answer.

     There are many things in life which you have béo do whether you like it or not. One of such things is household (8) _______ . It is what someone in the family has béo do every day in spite of his or her wish and desire. You can hardly find a person (9) _______ doesn’t like comfort, delicious food, clean and tidy clothes. But these things need somebody’s attention and doing them. It’s called housework.

     I think it is not a bad idea béo (10) _______ household duties. If every (11) _______ of the family does his bit about the housework, it isn’t difficult or boring and proves the proverb: “Many hands make light work”. For example, the children should keep their own rooms (12) _______ , make their beds, lay the table for meals, clear away the dishes and wash up. The mother could then concentrate on the more specialized jobs of cooking, ironing, mending, and shopping. The father should do more difficult physical work. This is an ideal variant for me how béo keep house.

8. A. responsibilities               B. chores                      C. groceries                  D. laundries

9. A. who                                B. whom                       C. which                        D. where

10. A. keep                             B. do                             C. make                        D. share

11. A. son                               B. daughter                   C. member                   D. parent

12. A. tidy                               B. mess                        C. dirty                          D. disorder

ĐÁP ÁN ĐỀ SỐ 1

PART 1

1. culture                              2. interesting

3. amazing                            4. important

5. peaceful

Transcript:

I’m really interested in the culture of other countries. I don’t know why, but I always think other cultures are more interesting than my own culture. Every time I travel, I learn wonderful, strange, amazing and interesting things about other cultures. One of the biggest surprises I had was when I went béo the USA as a child. I’m English so I thought Americans had the same culture as me. When I went béo America I understood Americans and British are very different people. Understanding the culture of other people is very important. It helps us all béo get along. If everyone really tried béo learn about other cultures, the world would be a more peaceful place. The world is becoming smaller, so I think this is happening.

(https://www.listenaminute. com/c/culture. html)

PART 2

1. A

silver (n)

/ ˈsɪl.vər /

bạc

ice (n)

/ aɪs /

tảng băng, kem

idol (n)

/ ˈaɪ.dəl /

thần tượng

time (n)

/ taɪm /

thời kì

2. C

enroll (v)

/ ɪnˈrəʊl /

đăng kí nhập học

suppose (v)

/ səˈpəʊz/ ví thử, cho rằng

provide (v)

/ prəˈvaɪd / cung ứng

only (adj, adv)

/ ˈəʊn.li / độc nhất, chỉ

3. C discrimination (n)

/dɪˌskrɪm.ɪˈneɪ.ʃən/

sự phân biệt đối xử

eliminate (v)

/ iˈlɪm.ɪ.neɪt / xóa bỏ

primary (adj)

/ ˈpraɪ.mər.i /

chủ công, chính

employment (n)

/ ɪmˈplɔɪ.mənt /

việc làm

4. B solution (n)

/ səˈluː.ʃən /

biện pháp

energy (n)

/ ˈen.ə.dʒi /

năng lượng

pollution (n)

/ pəˈluː.ʃən / ô nhiễm

confusion (n)

/ kənˈfjuː.ʒən /

sự lúng túng, sự lầm lẫn

5. D

woman (n)

/ ˈwʊm.ən /

nữ giới

gender (n)

/ ˈdʒen.dər /

giới tính

treatment (n)

/ ˈtriːt.mənt / cách điều trị, sự đối

xử

alone (adj,adv)

/ əˈləʊn /

1 mình

PART 3

1. B

– should + V bare-inf: nên làm gì

“Chúng ta nên bảo vệ nguồn khoáng sản ko thế tái hiện cho lứa tuổi ngày mai.”

2. B

– gender discrimination: sự phân biệt đối xử giới tính

“Tôi tin rằng sự phân biệt giới tính trong giáo dục diễn ra từ trong gia đình.”

3. D

– the + short adj + est + N … (so sánh nhất với tính từ ngắn)

“Cô dâu và chú rể vững chắc là những người hạnh phúc nhất vào ngày cưới của mình.”

4. B

– establish (v): thiết lập, thành lập

– address (v): khắc phục (vấn đề,…)

– sue (v): kiện

– abolish (v): thủ tiêu, huỷ bỏ

“Chính phủ sẽ sớm khắc phục vấn đề tiền lưong ko công bình.”

5. C

– Bề ngoài so sánh hơn của tính từ “good” là “better”.

“Học kỳ này môn Tiếng Anh của tôi tốt hơn 5 ngoái.”

6. B

– play an important role: nhập vai trò quan trọng

“Sự mê tín vẫn nhập vai trò quan trọng trong đời sống của nhiều đứa ở Việt Nam.”

7. C

Từ cần điền vào là trạng từ chỉ nơi chốn “where”.

“Vị trí nơi nhưng mà chúng tôi trải qua kì nghỉ thực thụ rất đẹp.”

8. C

– can + V: có thể làm gì

– should have PP: đúng ra đã nên làm gì

– needn’t have PP: đã ko cần làm gì

– must have PP: chắc hẳn đã làm gì

“Anh đấy chắc hẳn đã để điện sáng ở cơ quan vì hóa đơn tiền điện rất bự.”

9. D

– on + thứ ngày

– for lunch: cho bữa ăn trưa

“Đừng quên rằng chúng ta sẽ gặp nhau vào thứ 6 ăn trưa.

10. A

– funeral (n): đám ma

– wedding (n): đám cưới

– house moving day (n): ngày chuyển nhà

– farewell party (n): bữa tiệc chia tay

PART 4

1. A

– around the world: khắp toàn cầu

2. B

– Từ cần điền vào là 1 danh từ sau mạo từ “a”.

– significance (n): tầm quan trọng, ý nghĩa

3. D

– tradition (n): truyền thống

– ceremony (n): nghi lễ

– identity (n): bản sắc

– difference (m): sự không giống nhau

“And even today, there are interesting cultural differences about wedding rings …” (Và thậm chí hiện nay, có những sự không giống nhau về văn hóa rất hấp dẫn về nhẫn cưới…)

4. C

– depend on: lệ thuộc vào

5. A

– traditional (adj): (thuộc) truyền thống, theo truyền thống

– bad (adj): tồi tệ

– similar (adj): gần giống

– impolite (adj): bất lịch sự

“But in many other countries, it’s traditional béo place wedding ring sets on the right hand instead” (Nhưng ở nhiều non sông khác, theo truyền thống là đeo nhẫn cưới ở bên tay phải thay vì tay trái.)

6. B

Cứ liệu: “Female friends spent much more time discussing personal and domestic subjects, relationship problems, family, health and reproductive matters, weight, food and clothing.”

7. B

Cứ liệu: “Certain topics were common béo both men and women; work, movies, and television proved béo be frequent topics for both groups”

8. B

Cứ liệu: “Female friends spent much more time discussing personal and domestic subjects, relationship problems, family, health and reproductive matters, weight, food and clothing. Women were more likely béo gossip about close friends and family”

9. A

– striking ~ prominent (adj): nổi trội

“The differences between men and women were more striking than the similarities”

(Những sự không giống nhau giữa con trai và nữ giới nổi trội hơn sự giống nhau.)

10. D

Bài đọc này chủ công nói về những chủ đề chuyện trò của con trai và nữ giới.

PART 5

1. Students must be given enough time béo finish the test.

Cấu trúc:

– Chủ động: S + must + V (bare-inf) + O

– Thụ động: S(O) + must + be + PP + by O(S)

2. Nga didn’t do the test as/ so well as Nam.

Câu thuở đầu: Nam đã làm bài rà soát tốt hơn Nga. ® Nga đã ko làm bài rà soát tốt bằng Nam.

3. The more he speaks, the more bored people feel. (Anh đấy càng nói thì mọi người càng cảm thấy chán.)

Cấu trúc so sánh kép: the vẻ ngoài so sánh hơn + S + V, the + vẻ ngoài so sánh hơn + S + V (càng …càng)

4. This dress can’t be washed.

Cấu trúc:

– Chủ động: S + can (not) + V (bare-inf) + O

– Thụ động: S(O) + can (not) + be + PP + by O(S)

5. The Nile is the longest river in the world.

Cấu trúc:

the + short adj + est (so sánh nhất với tính từ)

Câu thuở đầu: Sông Nile dài hơn bất kì sông nào trên toàn cầu. ® Sông Nile là con sông dài nhất trên toàn cầu.

ĐÁP ÁN ĐỀ SỐ 2

PART 1

1. population                        2. equal

3. terrible                              4. stronger

5. sensible

Transcript:

Women

“Half of man is woman.” That’s a Chinese expression. I think it means half of the population is female and we are all equal. But we’re not really equal. Women have a much harder time in life than men. Lots  of women in developed countries have an OK life, but women in developing countries have a terrible time. They have béo look after the family, and their husband’s family, cook, have children and farm the fields. They need béo be incredibly strong. I think women are stronger than men. They need béo be with what they have béo put up with. I also think they’re more sensible than men. But are they more intelligent than men? No. I think men and women are equally intelligent. Except when it comes béo reading a map.

(https://www. listenaminute. com)

PART 2

1. D

mirror (n)

/ ˈmɪr.ər /

gương

sticky (adj)

/ ˈstɪk.i /

dính, sánh, gian truân

gift (n)

/ ɡɪft / món quà

bride (n)

/ braɪd / cô dâu

2. A gender (n)

/ ˈdʒen.dər /

giới tính

eliminate (v)

/ iˈlɪm.ɪ.neɪt/

xóa bỏ

women (n-pl)

/ ˈwɪm.ɪn /

nữ giới

equal (adj)

/ ˈiː.kwəl /

đồng đẳng, công bình

3. D

propose (v)

/ prəˈpəʊz /

kiến nghị, cầu hôn

information (n)

/ ˌɪn.fəˈmeɪ.ʃən / thông tin

opportunity (n)

/ ˌɒp.əˈtʃuː.nə.ti /

thời cơ

suppose (v)

/ səˈpəʊz /

ví thử, cho rằng

4. D

collect (v)

/ kəˈlekt /

sưu tầm, tích lũy

decide (v)

/ dɪˈsaɪd /

quyết định

relax (v)

/ rɪˈlæks /

thư giãn, tiêu khiển

travel (v)

/ træv.əl /

đi du hý

5. C ancestor (n)

/ ˈæn.ses.tər / tổ tông

article (n)

/ ˈɑː.tɪ.kəl / bài báo

assignment (n)

/ əˈsaɪn.mənt / bài tập bự

additive (n)

/ ˈæd.ɪ.tɪv /

chất phụ gia

PART 3

1. C

Cấu trúc: must + be PP (thụ động)

“Căn phòng này phải được cô đấy lau chùi hàng ngày.”

2. A

– eliminate (v): xóa bỏ

– increase (v): tăng

– protect (v): bảo vệ

– keep (v): giữ

“Chính phủ Việt Nam đã rất phấn đấu để xóa nghèo đói.”

3. C

– Bề ngoài so sánh hơn của tính từ “bad” là “worse”.

“Kết quả môn Toán của cô đấy kém hơn kết quả môn tiếng Anh.”

4. A

– bad for sth: có hại cho cái gì

– harm sb/sth: làm hại, gây hại tới người nào/ cái gì

“Các thiết bị điện tử có hại cho mắt của bạn và sự bức xạ từ những thiết bị này có thể gây hại cho thân thể của bạn và gây thương tổn vĩnh viễn.”

5. B

– Cấu trúc: much/ far + vẻ ngoài so sánh hơn + than (so sánh hơn) “Những điều kiện kinh tế hiện nay thì tốt hơn nhiều so với dĩ vãng.”

6. A

– mustn’t + V(bare-inf): ko được phép làm gì

“Bạn ko được hái những bông hoa kia. Bạn ko nhận ra biển báo à?”

7. B

– equality (n): sự đồng đẳng

– discrimination (n): sự phân biệt đối xử

– dissatisfaction (n): sự bất mãn, sự ko ưng ý

– disbelief (n):sự ko tin

8. D

– pay attention béo sth: để mắt tới, chú tâm tới điều gì

“Bạn nên để mắt tới những điều nhưng mà thầy cô giáo đang nói.”

9. B

– well -paid jobs: công tác được trả lương cao

“Những nữ giới có học vấn có thể có được công tác được trả lương cao và có địa vị quan trọng hơn ở

nhà.”

10. B

– don’t have béo + V(bare-inf): không hề làm gì

– mustn’t + V(bare-inf): ko được làm gì

– can’t / couldn’t + V(bare-inf): chẳng thể làm gì

“Chúng ta không hề tới đấy đúng giờ. Bữa nay sếp đi vắng.”

PART 4

1. A

– get married béo sb: cưới/ lấy người nào

2. C

– take place (v): diễn ra

“we went béo the wedding, which took place in a lovely little church in the country.” (chúng tôi đã tới đám cưới nhưng mà diễn ta tại 1 nhà thờ bé dễ thương ở miền quê.)

3. D

– lady (n): quý bà, phu nhân

– groom (n): chú rể

– maid (n): thanh nữ

– bride (n): cô dâu

4. A

– bridesmaid (n): phù dâu

– bridegroom ~ groom (n): chú rể

– bride (n): cô dâu

5. C

– male (n): con trai, nam giới

– man (n): con trai

– groom (n): chú rể

– bride (n): cô dâu

6. D

Cứ liệu: “Psychologists tell US that there are four basic stages that human beings pass through when

they enter and live in a new culture”

7. C

Cứ liệu: “Culture begins with the “honeymoon stage”. This is the period of time when we first arrive in which everything about the new culture is strange and exciting”

8. A

Cứ liệu: “we can become very tired and begin béo miss our homeland and our family, girlfriend/boyfriend, pets… . This can, unfortunately lead béo the person getting sick or developing skin infections or rashes which then makes the person feel even more scared and confused and helpless”

9. A

Cứ liệu: “The third stage of culture shock is called the “adjustment stage”.”

10. B

Cứ liệu: “The fourth stage can be called “at ease at last”. Now you feel quite comfortable in your new surroundings”

PART 5

1. The classroom should be cleaned by the students every day.

Cấu trúc:

– Chủ động: S + should + V (bare-inf) + O

– Thụ động: S(O) + should + be + PP + by O(S)

2. These flowers must be watered in the morning.

Cấu trúc:

– Chủ động: S + must + V (bare-inf) + O

– Thụ động: S(O) + must + be + PP + by O(S)

3. His uncle doesn’t run the business as/ so successfully as he does.

Cấu trúc:

not + V …+ as/ so + adv + as (ko …. bằng)

Câu thuở đầu: Anh đấy quản lý việc kinh doanh thành công hơn chú của anh đấy. → Chú anh đấy quản lý việc kinh doanh ko thành công bình anh đấy.

4. She is the prettiest girl I have (ever) met.

Câu thuở đầu: Đây là lần đều tiên tôi gặp 1 cô gái đáng yêu như thế. → Cô đấy là cô gái đáng yêu nhất nhưng mà tôi đã từng gặp.

5. Their teeth are brushed twice a day.

Cấu trúc thì hiện nay đơn:

– Chủ động: S + V/ Vs/es + O

– Thụ động: S(O) + is/ am/are + PP + by O(S)

ĐÁP ÁN ĐỀ SỐ 3

PART 1

1. confused                          2. surprise

3. adapt                                4. lonely

5. signs

Transcript:

Good morning class. Today I’d like béo talk about culture shock. Now, many students think they know what culture shock is, but often they are confused by the real meaning of the term “culture shock”. For example, I’ve heard students say, “I know what culture shock is. Culture shock is a kind of surprise that you get when you travel. You might be surprised by something such as cars with their lights on during the daytime. You might notice that Canadians take off their shoes in their houses or that they usually eat sandwiches for lunch.”

Well, those aren’t really examples of “culture shock”. They are what I like béo call “cross-cultural surprises”. Actually, culture shock is quite different from a “cross-cultural surprise”. Culture shock is the feeling of anxiousness and confusion caused when a person tries béo adapt béo a new environment. Culture shock also involves a physical and psychological reaction béo a new environment. When you live in a new country, it is common béo feel sad, lonely or disoriented. You might feel very tired or you might have difficulty sleeping. You may have sore muscles and you might even lose your identity and wonder “who am I”. All of these types of reactions can be signs that you are suffering from “culture shock”.

PART 2

1. D ordinate (v)

/ ˈɔː.dən.ət / tung độ

report (v)

/ rɪˈpɔːt / báo cáo

perform (v)

/ pəˈfɔːm /

trình diễn

collect (v)

/ kəˈlekt / tích lũy

2. C discriminate (v)

/ dɪˈskrɪm.ɪ.neɪt / phân biệt đối xử

eliminate (v)

/ iˈlɪm.ɪ.neɪt / xóa bỏ, loại trừ

price (n)

/ praɪs / giá

enroll (v)

/ ɪnˈroʊl /

đăng kí nhập học

3. B affect (v)

/ əˈfekt /

tác động

wage (n)

/ weɪdʒ /

tiền công, tiền

công

address (v)

/ əˈdres /

khắc phục

talkative (adj)

/ ˈtɔː.kə.tɪv / nói nhiều, 3 hoa

4. D

similar (adj)

/ ˈsɪm.ɪ.lər /

gần giống

personal (adj)

/ ˈpɜː.sən.əl / tư nhân

concentrate (v)

/ ˈkɒn.sən.treɪt /

tập hợp

Vietnamese (n)

/ ˌvjet.nəˈmiːz /

người Việt Nam

5. A asleep (adj)

/ əˈsliːp /

ngủ, đang ngủ

custom (n)

/ ˈkʌs.təm / phong tục

culture (n)

/ ˈkʌl.tʃər /

văn hóa

manner (n)

/ ˈmæn.ər / cách, thói, cách cư

xử

PART 3

1. D

– come home: về nhà

“Bố tôi đã gọi điện cho tôi nói ông đấy sẽ về nhà muộn.”

2. A

Cấu trúc: the + vẻ ngoài so sánh hơn + S + V, the + vẻ ngoài so sánh hơn + S + V (càng … càng) Bề ngoài so sánh hơn của trạng từ “hard” là “harder”; trạng từ “well” là “better”.

“Bạn càng ôn thi cần mẫn thì bạn sẽ làm tốt hơn”

3. D

– attitudes béo/towards sth: thái độ đối với cái gì

“Bị tác động bởi văn hóa Phương Tây nên thái độ của các thanh niên Việt Nam đối với tình yêu và hôn nhân cũng đã chỉnh sửa đáng kể.”

4. A

– the + most + long adj … (so sánh nhất với tính từ dài) “Cô đấy là cô gái cuốn hút nhất trong lớp chúng tôi.”

5. C

– should + v(bare-inf): nên làm gì

“Đã muộn rồi. Tôi nghĩ chúng ta nên đi hiện thời.”

6. B

– Chủ ngữ là “this letter” nên ta chia động từ “type” ở dạng thụ động. “Bức thư này nên được đánh máy chứ không hề viết tay.”

7. A

– dream of doing sth: ước mơ làm gì

– take care of: chăm nom, coi ngó

– insist on: một mực

– prefer: thích, thích hơn

“Khi còn nhỏ, tôi luôn ước mơ biến thành 1 thầy cô giáo giỏi.”

8. A

– diverse (adj): nhiều chủng loại

– diversity (n): sự nhiều chủng loại

– diversify (v): nhiều chủng loại hóa

– diversification (n): sự nhiều chủng loại hóa

Từ cần điền vào là 1 tính từ để bổ nghĩa cho danh từ “cultures” phía sau. “Luân Đôn là nơi trú ngụ của nhiều người từ nhiều nền văn hóa không giống nhau.”

9. D

– discrimination (n): sự phân biệt đối xử

– equality (n): sự đồng đẳng, công bình

– right (n): quyền

– preference + for (n): sự thích thú hơn

“Trong dĩ vãng, ông bà chúng ta thường thích cháu trai hơn cháu gái.”

10. B

– prevent sb from doing doing sth: ngăn cản người nào làm gì

“Sự phân biệt giới tính chẳng thể ngăn cản mọi người làm công tác mình thích thú.”

11. B (which → whom)

– which: là đại từ quan hệ, thay thế cho chủ ngữ/ tân ngữ chỉ vật trong mệnh đề quan hệ

– whom: là đại từ quan hệ, thay thế cho tân ngữ chỉ người trong mệnh đề quan hệ

Đại từ quan hệ được sử dụng trong câu này là “whom” để thay thế cho tân ngữ “him”.

“Đây là cậu nhỏ nhưng mà chúng ta đang kiếm tìm.”

12. A (doesn’t study => don’t study)

– you + don’t

“Nếu bạn ko chăm học thì bạn sẽ thi trượt đấy.”

13. C (interesting => more interesting)

– more + long adj + than (so sánh hơn với tính từ dài)

“Cuốn sách này hay hơn cuốn kia.”

PART 4

1. A

– come from: tới/ có xuất xứ từ….

“Where do superstitions come from?” (Mê tín bắt nguồn từ đâu?)

2. C

– unexplainable (adj): ko giảng giải được

3. A

“Floors in buildings still go from the 12th béo the 14th floor, even though nobody can agree why the number 13 is unlucky.” (Các tầng ở các tòa nhà vẫn đánh số từ tầng 12 lên tầng 14 dù rằng ko người nào đồng thuận với lý do vì sao số 13 là xui xẻo mắn.)

4. D

– turn away: đuổi đi, xua đuổi

Superstitous people think they can turn bad luck away” (Những người mê tín nghĩ rằng họ có thể xua đuổi được vận xui.)

5. B

– reversal (n): sự đảo ngược

– reversal of luck: vận rủi, điều xui xẻo

6. A

Cứ liệu: “When they go out béo enjoy themselves, they can wear almost anything.”

7. A

Cứ liệu: “But in Britain, as well as the US, men in office usually wear suits and ties, and women wear dresses or skirts (not trousers).”

8. B

“Anything goes, as long as you look clean and tidy.” (Mặc cái gì cũng được miễn là bạn trông sạch bóng và

gọn ghẽ.)

Cứ liệu: “In good hotels and restaurants, men have béo wear jackets and ties, and women wear pretty clothes.”

10. A

Cứ liệu: “These days, most people in Britain and the US do not wear very formal clothes. But sometimes it is important béo wear the right things”

Những câu đầu đã nói lên ý chính của bài đọc: lề thói ăn mặc ngày nay ở nước Anh và Mỹ

PART 5

1. The report must be finished by Mr. John by noon.

Cấu trúc:

– Chủ động: S + must + V (bare-inf) + O

– Thụ động: S(O) + must + be + PP + by O(S)

2. The patients should be examined more carefully.

Cấu trúc:

– Chủ động: S + should + V (bare-inf) + O

– Thụ động: S(O) + should + be + PP + by O(S)

ĐÁP ÁN ĐỀ SỐ 4

1. C

– breath /breθ/ (n): hơi thở

– health/ helθ / (n): sức khỏe

– heart /hɑ:t/ (n): tim

– head /hed/ (n): đầu

2. C

– household / ‘haʊs.həʊld / (n): hộ, gia đình

– bone /bəʊn/ (n): xương

– oxygen / ‘ɒk.sɪ.dʒən / (n): khí oxy

– role /rəʊl/ (n): vai trò

3. A

– Câu này diễn đạt sự việc chắc chán xảy ra vì đã được lên kế hoạch từ trước nên ta chia động từ “build” ở thì ngày mai với “going béo”.

“Theo kế hoạch, tuần sau chúng tôi sẽ xây 1 ngôi nhà mới.”

4. D

– béo be responsible for doing sth: chịu bổn phận làm gì đấy “Bố tôi chịu bổn phận kiếm tiền.”

5. D

– Câu này diễn đạt sự việc đang diễn ra tại thời khắc hiện nay với trạng từ thời kì “right now” nên ta chia động từ “repair” ở thì hiện nay tiếp tục.

– Cấu trúc: is/ am/ are + V-ing

“Tôi e rằng anh tôi chẳng thể đi chơi với bạn hiện thời được. Anh đấy đang sửa oto.”

6. C

– circulatory system: hệ tuần hoàn

“Tim và các huyết quản là các phần của hệ tuần hoàn.”

7. A

– Câu này diễn đạt 1 sự thực nên ta chia động từ ở hiện nay đơn.

“Dây tâm thần truyền thông tin giữa bộ não và các phần còn lại của thân thể.”

8. B

– household chores: công tác nhà

9. A

– Đại từ quan hệ cần được dùng trong câu này là “who” để thay thế cho danh từ chỉ người, làm tác dụng chủ ngữ trong mệnh đề quan hệ.

10. D

– share household duties: san sẻ việc nhà

11. C

– son (n): đàn ông

– daughter (n): con gái

– member (n): thành viên

– parent (n): bố (mẹ)

12. A

– tidy (adj): sạch bóng, gọn ghẽ

– mess (n): sự bừa bộn

– dirty (n): bẩn

– disorder (n): sự lộn xộn, bừa bãi

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TRƯỜNG THPT HỒ THỊ BI

ĐỀ THI GIỮA HỌC KỲ I NĂM HỌC 2021 – 2022

Môn TIẾNG ANH

Thời gian: 45 phút

1. ĐỀ SÔ 1

Part 1 Listening

Listen and fill in the blank with a suitable word.

I’m really interested in the (1) ________ of other countries. I don’t know why, but I always think other cultures are more (2) ________ than my own culture. Every time I travel, I learn wonderful, strange, (3) ________ and interesting things about other cultures. One of the biggest surprises I had was when I went béo the USA as a child. I’m English so I thought Americans had the same culture as me. When I went béo America I understood Americans and British are very different people. Understanding the culture of other people is very (4) ________ . It helps us all béo get along. If everyone really tried béo learn about other cultures, the world would be a more (5) ________ place. The world is becoming smaller, so I think this is happening.

Part 2 Pronunciation

Choose the letter A, B, C or D béo indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.

1. A. silver                            B. ice                                 C. idol                               D. time

2. A. enroll                           B. suppose                         C. provide                         D. only

3. A. discrimination              B. eliminate                       C. primary                         D. employment

Choose the letter A, B, C or D béo indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.

4. A. solution                        B. energy                           C. pollution                       D. confusion

5. A. woman                         B. gender                          C. treatment                      D. alone

Part 3 Vocabulary and grammar

Choose the letter A, B, C or D béo indicate the correct answer béo each of the following questions.

1. We should ________ non-renewable natural resources for our future generations.

A. béo protect                      B. protect                          C. protection                     D. protecting

2. I believe gender ________ in education starts at home.

A. discriminate                  B. discrimination               C. discriminator                D. discriminative

3. The bride and groom are surely the ________ people on their wedding day.

A. happy                            B. happier                          C. happily                         D. happiest

4. The government will soon ________ the problem of inequality in wages.

A. establish                        B. address                         C. sue                                D. abolish

5. My English this term is ________ than that of last year.

A. good                             B. gooder                          C. better                            D. best

6. Superstitions still ________ an important role in life for many people in Viet- nam.

A. take                               B. play                               C. do                                 D. give

7. The place ________ we spent our holiday was really beautiful.

A. what                             B. who                              C. where                            D. which

8. He ________ the lights on in the office because our electricity bill was huge.

A. needn’t have left                                                     B. should have left

C. must have left                                                        D. can leave

9. Don’t forget that we’re meeting on ________ Friday for ________ lunch.

A. a/a                                 B. an / Æ                            C. Æ / the                          D. Æ / Æ

10. ________ is a ceremony or service which is held shortly after a person’s death.

A. Funeral                                                                   B. Wedding

C. House moving day                                                 D. Farewell party

Part 4 Reading

Choose the letter A, B, C, or D béo indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.

(1) ______ the world, wedding ring sets represent a couple’s lifelong love and commitment béo one another. The practice of exchanging of rings has a (2) _____ that has changed over thousands of years. And even today, there are interesting cultural (3) ______ about wedding rings that vary depending (4)_____ your country of residence or religion.

In the United States (and many other Western countries), the custom is béo wear wedding rings on the fourth finger of the left hand. But in many other countries, it’s (5)______ béo place wedding ring sets on the right hand instead.

(From: https://www. mytriorings. com/cultural-differences-wearing-bridal-rings-on-the-left-or-the-right-hand)

1.A. Around                        B. On                                C. For                                D. Round over

2.A. sign                              B. significance                  C. significant                     D. signify

3.A. traditions                     B. ceremony                      C. identity                         D. differences

4.A. for                                B. in                                  C. on                                 D. with

5.A. traditional                    B. bad                               C. similar                           D. impolite

Read the passage below and choose the letter A, B, C, or D béo indicate the correct answer béo each question.

Although there is a great deal of variation within each gender, on the average, men and women discuss a surprisingly different range of topics. According béo some studies, women and men ranging in age from seventeen béo eighty described the range of topics each discussed with friends of the same sex. Certain topics were common béo both men and women; work, movies, and television proved béo be frequent topics for both groups. The differences between men and women were more striking than the similarities. Female friends spent much more time discussing personal and domestic subjects, relationship problems, family, health and reproductive matters, weight, food and clothing. Men, on the other hand, were more likely béo discuss music, current events, sports and business. Women were more likely béo gossip about close friends and family. By contrast, men spent more time gossiping about sports figures and media personalities. These differences can lead béo frustration when men and women try béo converse with one another.

6. It is stated in the passage that women ________ .

A. are unwilling béo discuss personal subjects

B. are more interested in discussing relationship problems than are men

C. never talk about other men and women

D. don’t like gossiping about anything

7. According béo the passage, men ________ .

A. need béo learn béo communicate better

B. like talking about movies and television as much as women do

C. are not likely béo gossip on anything

D. have no common topics with women

8. What is NOT mentioned as a frequent topic for women according béo the passage?

A. food and clothes                                                     B. sports events

C. personal problems                                                  D. family

9. The word “striking” in the passage is closest in meaning béo ________ .

A. prominent                     B. difficult                        C. complex                        D. excellent

10. The passage mainly discusses ________ .

A. what women’s conversational topics are

B. why men don’t like conversing with women

C. the topics men like discussing

D. the conversational topics of men and women

Part 5 Writing

Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the original sentence.

—(Nội dung đầy đủ, cụ thể phần đáp án của đề thi số 1 vui lòng xem tại trực tuyến hoặc đăng nhập để tải về dế yêu)—

2. ĐỀ SÔ 2

Part 1 Listening

Listen and fill in the blank with a suitable word.

“Half of man is woman.” That’s a Chinese expression. I think it means half of the (1) ________ is female and we are all equal. But we’re not really (2) ________ . Women have a much harder time in life than men. Lots of women in developed countries have an OK life, but women in developing countries have a (3) ________ time. They have béo look after the family, and their husband’s family, cook, have children and farm the fields. They need béo be incredibly strong. I think women are (4) ________ than men. They need béo be with what they have béo put up with. I also think they’re more (5) ________ than men. But are they more intelligent than men? No. I think men and women are equally intelligent. Except when it comes béo reading a map.

Part 2 Pronunciation

Choose the letter A, B, C or D béo indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.

1. A. mirror                           B. sticky                            C. gift                                B. bride

2. A. gender                         B. eliminate                       C. women                          B. equal

3. A. propose                        B. information                   C. opportunity                  B. suppose

Choose the letter A, B, C or D béo indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.

4. A. collect                          B. decide                           C. relax                              B. travel

5. A. ancestor                       B. article                            C. assignment                   B. additive

Part 3 Vocabulary and grammar

Choose the letter A, B, C or D béo indicate the correct answer béo each of the following questions.

1. This room must _______ by her every day.

     A. be cleaning                 B. cleaned                         C. be cleaned                    D. clean

2. The Vietnamese government has done a lot béo ______ hunger and poverty.

     A. eliminate                    B. increase                         C. protect                          D. keep

3. Her math result is _______ than her English result.

     A. bad                             B. badly                             C. worse                           D. well

4. Electronic devices are bad ______ your eyes, and radiation from these devices could harm ______ your body and cause permanent damage.

     A. for/                             B. béo/ béo                             C. for/ béo                           D. / Ø/Ø

5. The economic conditions today are ______ they were in the past.

     A. much more good                                                  B. much better than

     C. much better                                                          D. the best than

6. You ______ pick those flowers. Don’t you see the sign?

     A. mustn’t                       B. don’t need béo                 C. can’t                             D. needn’t

7. ______ against women and girls should be eliminated when government and people co-operate.

     A. Equality                     B. Discrimination              C. Dissatisfaction             D. Disbelief

8. You should ______ attention béo what your teacher is saying.

     A. take                            B. give                               C. have                             D. pay

9. Educated women are likely béo get ______ jobs and become more important at home.

     A. well-trained                B. well-paid                       C. well-prepared               D. well-educated

10. We ______ get there on time. The boss is away today.

     A. mustn’t                       B. don’t have béo                 C. can’t                             D. couldn’t

Part 4 Reading

Choose the letter A, B, C, or D béo indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.

Mary got (1) _______ béo Bill last Saturday, and we went béo the wedding, which (2) _______ place in a lovely little church in the country. Mary, the (3) ________, wore a beautiful white dress; it had a long train made of silk, and it was carried by a young (4) ________, who was the daughter of her elder sister. At the start, her husband-to-be, the (5) ________, was waiting for her in the front of the church. She walked down the aisle béo the front with her father, and after the ceremony, she came back down again with her husband.

1. A. married                        B. marry                            C. marriage                       D. marries

2. A. found                           B. held                              C. took                              D. stood

3. A. lady                             B. groom                           C. maid                             D. bride

4. A. bridesmaid                   B. bridegroom                   C. bride                             D. groom

5. A. male                             B. man                               C. groom                           D. bride

Read the passage below and choose the letter A, B, C, or D béo indicate the correct answer béo each question.

Psychologists tell us that there are four basic stages that human beings pass through when they enter and live in a new culture. This process, which helps us béo deal with culture shock, is the way our brain and our personality reacts béo the strange new things we encounter when we move from one culture béo another. If our culture involves bowing when we greet someone, we may feel very uncomfortable in a culture that does not involve bowing. If the language we use when talking béo someone in our own culture is influenced by levels of formality based on the other person’s age and status, it may be difficult for us béo feel comfortable communicating with people in the new culture.

Culture begins with the “honeymoon stage”. This is the period of time when we first arrive in which everything about the new culture is strange and exciting. We may be suffering from “jet lag” but we are thrilled béo be in the new environment, seeing new sights, hearing new sounds and language, eating new kinds of food. This honeymoon stage can last for quite a long time because we feel we are involved in some kind of great adventure.

Unfortunately, the second stage of culture shock can be more difficult. After we have settled down into our new life, working or studying, buying groceries, doing laundry, or living with a home-stay family, we can become very tired and begin béo miss our homeland and our family, girlfriend/boyfriend, pets. All the little problems that everybody in life has seem béo be much bigger and more disturbing when you face them in a foreign culture. This period of cultural adjustment can be very difficult and lead béo the new arrival rejecting or pulling away from the new culture. This “rejection stage” can be quite dangerous because the visitor may develop unhealthy habits (smoking and drinking too much, being too concerned over food or contact with people from the new culture). This can, unfortunately lead béo the person getting sick or developing skin infections or rashes which then makes the person feel even more scared andconfused and helpless. This stage is considered a crisis in the process of cultural adjustment and many people choose béo go back béo their homeland or spend all their time with people from their own culture speaking their native language.

The third stage of culture shock is called the “adjustment stage”. This is when you begin béo realize that things are not so bad in the host culture. Your sense of humour usually becomes stronger and you realize that you are becoming stronger by learning béo take care of yourself in the new place. Things are still difficult, but you are now a survivor!

The fourth stage can be called “at ease at last”. Now you feel quite comfortable in your new surroundings. You can cope with most problems that occur. You may still have problems with the language, but you know you are strong enough béo deal with them. If you meet someone from your country who has just arrived, you can be the expert on life in the new culture and help them béo deal with their culture shock.

6. When does culture shock happen?

A. when you reach your teens

B. when you move béo a big city

C. when you meet foreign people for the first time

D. when you go béo live in a foreign culture

7. How do you feel during the first stage of culture shock?

A. lonely and depressed

B. bored and homesick

C. happy and excited

D. angry and frustrated

8. How do you feel during the second stage?

A. homesick and afraid

B. interested and amused

C. stressed, but positive

D. you have no particular feelings

9. How could the third stage be described?

A. adjustment                    B. rejection                        C. enthusiasm                    D. anger

10. How do you feel during the fourth stage of culture shock?

A. tense, but positive                                                   B. relaxed

C. negative and stressed                                             D. afraid

Part 5 Writing

Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the original sentence.

—(Nội dung đầy đủ, cụ thể phần đáp án của đề thi số 2 vui lòng xem tại trực tuyến hoặc đăng nhập để tải về dế yêu)—

3. ĐỀ SÔ 3

Part 1 Listening

Listen and fill in the gap with a suitable word.

Good morning class. Today I’d like béo talk about culture shock. Now, many students think they know what culture shock is, but often they are (1) ________ by the real meaning of the term “culture shock”. For example, I’ve heard students say, “I know what culture shock is. Culture shock is a kind of (2) ______ that you get when you travel. You might be surprised by something such as cars with their lights on during the daytime. You might notice that Canadians take off their shoes in their houses or that they usually eat sandwiches for lunch.”

Well, those aren’t really examples of “culture shock”. They are what I like béo call “cross-cultural surprises”. Actually, culture shock is quite different from a “cross-cultural surprise”. Culture shock is the feeling of anxiousness and confusion caused when a person tries béo (3) ________ béo a new environment. Culture shock also involves a physical and psychological reaction béo a new environment. When you live in a new country, it is common béo feel sad, (4) ________ , or disoriented. You might feel very tired or you might have difficulty sleeping. You may have sore muscles and you might even lose your identity and wonder “who am I”. All of these types of reactions can be (5) ________ that you are suffering from “culture shock”.

Part 2 Pronunciation

Choose the letter A, B, C or D béo indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.

1. A. ordinate                       B. report                            C. perform                         D. collect

2. A. discriminate                 B. eliminate                       C. price                              D. enroll

3. A. affect                           B. wage                             C. address                         D. talkative

Choose the letter A, B, C or D béo indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.

4. A. similar              B. personal                        C. concentrate                   D. Vietnamese

5. A. asleep              B. custom                          C. culture                          D. manner

Part 3 Vocabulary and grammar

Choose the letter A, B, C or D béo indicate the correct answer béo each of the following questions.

1. My father phoned me béo say that he would come ________ home late.

A. a                                    B. an                                  C. the                                D. Æ

2. ________ you study for these exams, ________ you will do.

A. The harder / the better                                            B. The more / the much

C. The hardest / the best                                             D. The more hard / the more good,

3. Affected by the Western cultures, Vietnamese young people’s attitudes ________ love and marriage have dramatically changed.

A. for                                 B. with                              C. through                         D. towards

4. She is ________ girl in our class.

A. the most beautiful                                                   B. more beautiful

C. most beautiful                                                        D. beautiful

5. It’s late. I think we ________ go now.

A. had                               B. have                              C. should                         D. could

6. This letter ________ , not handwritten.

A. should be typing                                                     B. should be typed

C. needn’t type                                                            D. needn’t be typed

7. As a child, I always ________ of becoming a good teacher.

A. dreamt                          B. took care                       C. insisted                         D. preferred

8. London is home béo people of many ________ cultures.

A. diverse                          B. diversity                       C. diversify                       D. diversification

9. In the past, our grandparents had a ________ for grand-sons over grand-daughters.

A. discrimination               B. equality                         C. rights                            D. preference

10. Gender discrimination cannot ________ people from doing their favorite jobs.

A. enroll                            B. prevent                         C. address                         D. insist

Choose the letter A, B, C or D béo indicate the underlined part that needs correction.

11. (A) This is the boy (B) which we (C) are looking (D) for.

12. If you (A) doesn’t study (B) hard, you (C) will fail (D) the exam.

13. (A) This book (B) is (C) interesting than (D) that book.

Part 4 Reading

Choose the letter A, B, C, or D béo indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.

Where do superstitions (1) ________ from ? Long ago, people didn’t have the scientific knowledge we do today. To reduce their fear about (2) ________ events, people came up with rituals. They passed their beliefs down from generation béo generation. Some superstitions are timeless. Floors in buildings still go from the 12th béo the 14th floor, even though nobody can agree (3) ________ the number 13 is unlucky.

Superstitous people think they can turn bad luck (4) ________ . They “knock on wood” béo avoid jinxing themselves. For example, if you say “I’ve never broken a limb” you should immediately search for a table béo knock on béo avoid a (5) ________ of luck. You may break your leg tomorrow if you don’t.

1. A. corne                B. arrive                            C. go                                 D. become

2. A. inexplainable        B. Imexplainable               C. unexplainable               D. disexplainable

3. A. why                  B. how                              C. what                             D. when

4. A. on                 B. up                                 C. off                                D. away

5. A. reverse                         B. reversai                         C. reversing                       D. return

Read the passage below and choose the letter A, B, C, or D béo indicate the correct answer béo each question.

These days, most people in Britain and the US do not wear very formal clothes. But sometimes it is important béo wear the right things.

Many British people don’t think about clothes very much. They just like béo be comfortable. When they go out béo enjoy themselves, they can wear almost anything. At theatres, cinemas and concerts you can put on what you like from beautiful suits and dresses béo jeans and sweaters. Anything goes, as long as you look clean and tidy.

But in Britain, as well as the US, men in office usually wear suits and ties, and women wear dresses or skirts (not trousers). Doctors and business people always wear quite formal clothes. And in some hotels and restaurants men have béo wear ties and women tidy dresses.

In any ways, Americans are less formal than British people, but they are more careful with their clothes. At home, or on holiday, most Americans wear informal or sporty clothes. But when they go out in the evening, they like béo look nice. In good hotels and restaurants, men have béo wear jackets and ties, and women wear pretty clothes.

It is difficult béo say exactly what people wear in Britain and the US, because everyone is different. If you are not sure what béo wear, watch what other people do and follow suit. You’ll feel more comfortable if you don’t look too different from others.

6. People in Britain wear informal clothes when they ________ .

A. go out béo enjoy themselves                                     B. are in offices

C. are in big restaurants                                              D. go out béo work

7. Which of the following is true according béo the passage?

A. Women are not allowed béo wear trousers in office

B. Lawyers always wear formal clothes even though they are at home.

C. American people are more formal in dressing than British people

D. Though everyone is different, they wear the same clothes in offices

8. “Anything goes” in the second paragraph means ” ________ “

A. anything leaves                                                       B. any clothes are acceptable

C. all the things around are all right                           D. not any clothes are all right

9. Men wear ties when ________ in the US.

A. they meet their wives                                             B. they meet good friends

C. they eat something expensive                                D. they have dinners in good restaurants

10. What do you think the passage is mainly about?

A. Recent dressing habits in Great Britain and the United States.

B. The reason why informal clothing is popular in the UK and USA.

C. When we should wear in a formal way.

D. Where we should wear in a formal way.

—(Nội dung đầy đủ, cụ thể phần đáp án của đề thi số 3 vui lòng xem tại trực tuyến hoặc đăng nhập để tải về dế yêu)—

4. ĐỀ SÔ 4

I. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the rest.

1. A. breath                            B. health                       C. heart                         D. head

2. A. household                      B. bone                         C. oxygen                     D. role

II. Choose the best answer béo complete the sentence.

3. As planned, we _______ a new house next week.

     A. are going béo build          B. build                          C. will build                    D. built

4. My father is responsible _______ making money.

     A. in                                   B. with                           C. at                              D. for

5. I am afraid my brother can’t go out with you right now. He _______ his car.

     A. repair                             B. repairs                      C. repaired                    D. is repairing

6. The heart and blood vessels are parts of the _______ system.

     A. certain                           B. circle                        C. circulatory                D. circumstance

7. The nerves _______ messages between your brain and the rest of your body.

     A. carry                             B. are carrying              C. carried                      D. will carry

III. Read the passage and choose the best answer.

     There are many things in life which you have béo do whether you like it or not. One of such things is household (8) _______ . It is what someone in the family has béo do every day in spite of his or her wish and desire. You can hardly find a person (9) _______ doesn’t like comfort, delicious food, clean and tidy clothes. But these things need somebody’s attention and doing them. It’s called housework.

     I think it is not a bad idea béo (10) _______ household duties. If every (11) _______ of the family does his bit about the housework, it isn’t difficult or boring and proves the proverb: “Many hands make light work”. For example, the children should keep their own rooms (12) _______ , make their beds, lay the table for meals, clear away the dishes and wash up. The mother could then concentrate on the more specialized jobs of cooking, ironing, mending, and shopping. The father should do more difficult physical work. This is an ideal variant for me how béo keep house.

8. A. responsibilities               B. chores                      C. groceries                  D. laundries

9. A. who                                B. whom                       C. which                        D. where

10. A. keep                             B. do                             C. make                        D. share

11. A. son                               B. daughter                   C. member                   D. parent

12. A. tidy                               B. mess                        C. dirty                          D. disorder

ĐÁP ÁN ĐỀ SỐ 1

PART 1

1. culture                              2. interesting

3. amazing                            4. important

5. peaceful

Transcript:

I’m really interested in the culture of other countries. I don’t know why, but I always think other cultures are more interesting than my own culture. Every time I travel, I learn wonderful, strange, amazing and interesting things about other cultures. One of the biggest surprises I had was when I went béo the USA as a child. I’m English so I thought Americans had the same culture as me. When I went béo America I understood Americans and British are very different people. Understanding the culture of other people is very important. It helps us all béo get along. If everyone really tried béo learn about other cultures, the world would be a more peaceful place. The world is becoming smaller, so I think this is happening.

(https://www.listenaminute. com/c/culture. html)

PART 2

1. A

silver (n)

/ ˈsɪl.vər /

bạc

ice (n)

/ aɪs /

tảng băng, kem

idol (n)

/ ˈaɪ.dəl /

thần tượng

time (n)

/ taɪm /

thời kì

2. C

enroll (v)

/ ɪnˈrəʊl /

đăng kí nhập học

suppose (v)

/ səˈpəʊz/ ví thử, cho rằng

provide (v)

/ prəˈvaɪd / cung ứng

only (adj, adv)

/ ˈəʊn.li / độc nhất, chỉ

3. C

discrimination (n)

/dɪˌskrɪm.ɪˈneɪ.ʃən/

sự phân biệt đối xử

eliminate (v)

/ iˈlɪm.ɪ.neɪt / xóa bỏ

primary (adj)

/ ˈpraɪ.mər.i /

chủ công, chính

employment (n)

/ ɪmˈplɔɪ.mənt /

việc làm

4. B

solution (n)

/ səˈluː.ʃən /

biện pháp

energy (n)

/ ˈen.ə.dʒi /

năng lượng

pollution (n)

/ pəˈluː.ʃən / ô nhiễm

confusion (n)

/ kənˈfjuː.ʒən /

sự lúng túng, sự lầm lẫn

5. D

woman (n)

/ ˈwʊm.ən /

nữ giới

gender (n)

/ ˈdʒen.dər /

giới tính

treatment (n)

/ ˈtriːt.mənt / cách điều trị, sự đối

xử

alone (adj,adv)

/ əˈləʊn /

1 mình

PART 3

1. B

– should + V bare-inf: nên làm gì

“Chúng ta nên bảo vệ nguồn khoáng sản ko thế tái hiện cho lứa tuổi ngày mai.”

2. B

– gender discrimination: sự phân biệt đối xử giới tính

“Tôi tin rằng sự phân biệt giới tính trong giáo dục diễn ra từ trong gia đình.”

3. D

– the + short adj + est + N … (so sánh nhất với tính từ ngắn)

“Cô dâu và chú rể vững chắc là những người hạnh phúc nhất vào ngày cưới của mình.”

4. B

– establish (v): thiết lập, thành lập

– address (v): khắc phục (vấn đề,…)

– sue (v): kiện

– abolish (v): thủ tiêu, huỷ bỏ

“Chính phủ sẽ sớm khắc phục vấn đề tiền lưong ko công bình.”

5. C

– Bề ngoài so sánh hơn của tính từ “good” là “better”.

“Học kỳ này môn Tiếng Anh của tôi tốt hơn 5 ngoái.”

6. B

– play an important role: nhập vai trò quan trọng

“Sự mê tín vẫn nhập vai trò quan trọng trong đời sống của nhiều đứa ở Việt Nam.”

7. C

Từ cần điền vào là trạng từ chỉ nơi chốn “where”.

“Vị trí nơi nhưng mà chúng tôi trải qua kì nghỉ thực thụ rất đẹp.”

8. C

– can + V: có thể làm gì

– should have PP: đúng ra đã nên làm gì

– needn’t have PP: đã ko cần làm gì

– must have PP: chắc hẳn đã làm gì

“Anh đấy chắc hẳn đã để điện sáng ở cơ quan vì hóa đơn tiền điện rất bự.”

9. D

– on + thứ ngày

– for lunch: cho bữa ăn trưa

“Đừng quên rằng chúng ta sẽ gặp nhau vào thứ 6 ăn trưa.

10. A

– funeral (n): đám ma

– wedding (n): đám cưới

– house moving day (n): ngày chuyển nhà

– farewell party (n): bữa tiệc chia tay

PART 4

1. A

– around the world: khắp toàn cầu

2. B

– Từ cần điền vào là 1 danh từ sau mạo từ “a”.

– significance (n): tầm quan trọng, ý nghĩa

3. D

– tradition (n): truyền thống

– ceremony (n): nghi lễ

– identity (n): bản sắc

– difference (m): sự không giống nhau

“And even today, there are interesting cultural differences about wedding rings …” (Và thậm chí hiện nay, có những sự không giống nhau về văn hóa rất hấp dẫn về nhẫn cưới…)

4. C

– depend on: lệ thuộc vào

5. A

– traditional (adj): (thuộc) truyền thống, theo truyền thống

– bad (adj): tồi tệ

– similar (adj): gần giống

– impolite (adj): bất lịch sự

“But in many other countries, it’s traditional béo place wedding ring sets on the right hand instead” (Nhưng ở nhiều non sông khác, theo truyền thống là đeo nhẫn cưới ở bên tay phải thay vì tay trái.)

6. B

Cứ liệu: “Female friends spent much more time discussing personal and domestic subjects, relationship problems, family, health and reproductive matters, weight, food and clothing.”

7. B

Cứ liệu: “Certain topics were common béo both men and women; work, movies, and television proved béo be frequent topics for both groups”

8. B

Cứ liệu: “Female friends spent much more time discussing personal and domestic subjects, relationship problems, family, health and reproductive matters, weight, food and clothing. Women were more likely béo gossip about close friends and family”

9. A

– striking ~ prominent (adj): nổi trội

“The differences between men and women were more striking than the similarities”

(Những sự không giống nhau giữa con trai và nữ giới nổi trội hơn sự giống nhau.)

10. D

Bài đọc này chủ công nói về những chủ đề chuyện trò của con trai và nữ giới.

PART 5

1. Students must be given enough time béo finish the test.

Cấu trúc:

– Chủ động: S + must + V (bare-inf) + O

– Thụ động: S(O) + must + be + PP + by O(S)

2. Nga didn’t do the test as/ so well as Nam.

Câu thuở đầu: Nam đã làm bài rà soát tốt hơn Nga. ® Nga đã ko làm bài rà soát tốt bằng Nam.

3. The more he speaks, the more bored people feel. (Anh đấy càng nói thì mọi người càng cảm thấy chán.)

Cấu trúc so sánh kép: the + vẻ ngoài so sánh hơn + S + V, the + vẻ ngoài so sánh hơn + S + V (càng …càng)

4. This dress can’t be washed.

Cấu trúc:

– Chủ động: S + can (not) + V (bare-inf) + O

– Thụ động: S(O) + can (not) + be + PP + by O(S)

5. The Nile is the longest river in the world.

Cấu trúc:

the + short adj + est (so sánh nhất với tính từ)

Câu thuở đầu: Sông Nile dài hơn bất kì sông nào trên toàn cầu. ® Sông Nile là con sông dài nhất trên toàn cầu.

ĐÁP ÁN ĐỀ SỐ 2

PART 1

1. population                        2. equal

3. terrible                              4. stronger

5. sensible

Transcript:

Women

“Half of man is woman.” That’s a Chinese expression. I think it means half of the population is female and we are all equal. But we’re not really equal. Women have a much harder time in life than men. Lots  of women in developed countries have an OK life, but women in developing countries have a terrible time. They have béo look after the family, and their husband’s family, cook, have children and farm the fields. They need béo be incredibly strong. I think women are stronger than men. They need béo be with what they have béo put up with. I also think they’re more sensible than men. But are they more intelligent than men? No. I think men and women are equally intelligent. Except when it comes béo reading a map.

(https://www. listenaminute. com)

PART 2

1. D

mirror (n)

/ ˈmɪr.ər /

gương

sticky (adj)

/ ˈstɪk.i /

dính, sánh, gian truân

gift (n)

/ ɡɪft / món quà

bride (n)

/ braɪd / cô dâu

2. A

gender (n)

/ ˈdʒen.dər /

giới tính

eliminate (v)

/ iˈlɪm.ɪ.neɪt/

xóa bỏ

women (n-pl)

/ ˈwɪm.ɪn /

nữ giới

equal (adj)

/ ˈiː.kwəl /

đồng đẳng, công bình

3. D

propose (v)

/ prəˈpəʊz /

kiến nghị, cầu hôn

information (n)

/ ˌɪn.fəˈmeɪ.ʃən / thông tin

opportunity (n)

/ ˌɒp.əˈtʃuː.nə.ti /

thời cơ

suppose (v)

/ səˈpəʊz /

ví thử, cho rằng

4. D

collect (v)

/ kəˈlekt /

sưu tầm, tích lũy

decide (v)

/ dɪˈsaɪd /

quyết định

relax (v)

/ rɪˈlæks /

thư giãn, tiêu khiển

travel (v)

/ træv.əl /

đi du hý

5. C

ancestor (n)

/ ˈæn.ses.tər / tổ tông

article (n)

/ ˈɑː.tɪ.kəl / bài báo

assignment (n)

/ əˈsaɪn.mənt / bài tập bự

additive (n)

/ ˈæd.ɪ.tɪv /

chất phụ gia

PART 3

1. C

Cấu trúc: must + be PP (thụ động)

“Căn phòng này phải được cô đấy lau chùi hàng ngày.”

2. A

– eliminate (v): xóa bỏ

– increase (v): tăng

– protect (v): bảo vệ

– keep (v): giữ

“Chính phủ Việt Nam đã rất phấn đấu để xóa nghèo đói.”

3. C

– Bề ngoài so sánh hơn của tính từ “bad” là “worse”.

“Kết quả môn Toán của cô đấy kém hơn kết quả môn tiếng Anh.”

4. A

– bad for sth: có hại cho cái gì

– harm sb/sth: làm hại, gây hại tới người nào/ cái gì

“Các thiết bị điện tử có hại cho mắt của bạn và sự bức xạ từ những thiết bị này có thể gây hại cho thân thể của bạn và gây thương tổn vĩnh viễn.”

5. B

– Cấu trúc: much/ far + vẻ ngoài so sánh hơn + than (so sánh hơn) “Những điều kiện kinh tế hiện nay thì tốt hơn nhiều so với dĩ vãng.”

6. A

– mustn’t + V(bare-inf): ko được phép làm gì

“Bạn ko được hái những bông hoa kia. Bạn ko nhận ra biển báo à?”

7. B

– equality (n): sự đồng đẳng

– discrimination (n): sự phân biệt đối xử

– dissatisfaction (n): sự bất mãn, sự ko ưng ý

– disbelief (n):sự ko tin

8. D

– pay attention béo sth: để mắt tới, chú tâm tới điều gì

“Bạn nên để mắt tới những điều nhưng mà thầy cô giáo đang nói.”

9. B

– well -paid jobs: công tác được trả lương cao

“Những nữ giới có học vấn có thể có được công tác được trả lương cao và có địa vị quan trọng hơn ở

nhà.”

10. B

– don’t have béo + V(bare-inf): không hề làm gì

– mustn’t + V(bare-inf): ko được làm gì

– can’t / couldn’t + V(bare-inf): chẳng thể làm gì

“Chúng ta không hề tới đấy đúng giờ. Bữa nay sếp đi vắng.”

PART 4

1. A

– get married béo sb: cưới/ lấy người nào

2. C

– take place (v): diễn ra

“we went béo the wedding, which took place in a lovely little church in the country.” (chúng tôi đã tới đám cưới nhưng mà diễn ta tại 1 nhà thờ bé dễ thương ở miền quê.)

3. D

– lady (n): quý bà, phu nhân

– groom (n): chú rể

– maid (n): thanh nữ

– bride (n): cô dâu

4. A

– bridesmaid (n): phù dâu

– bridegroom ~ groom (n): chú rể

– bride (n): cô dâu

5. C

– male (n): con trai, nam giới

– man (n): con trai

– groom (n): chú rể

– bride (n): cô dâu

6. D

Cứ liệu: “Psychologists tell US that there are four basic stages that human beings pass through when

they enter and live in a new culture”

7. C

Cứ liệu: “Culture begins with the “honeymoon stage”. This is the period of time when we first arrive in which everything about the new culture is strange and exciting”

8. A

Cứ liệu: “we can become very tired and begin béo miss our homeland and our family, girlfriend/boyfriend, pets… . This can, unfortunately lead béo the person getting sick or developing skin infections or rashes which then makes the person feel even more scared and confused and helpless”

9. A

Cứ liệu: “The third stage of culture shock is called the “adjustment stage”.”

10. B

Cứ liệu: “The fourth stage can be called “at ease at last”. Now you feel quite comfortable in your new surroundings”

PART 5

1. The classroom should be cleaned by the students every day.

Cấu trúc:

– Chủ động: S + should + V (bare-inf) + O

– Thụ động: S(O) + should + be + PP + by O(S)

2. These flowers must be watered in the morning.

Cấu trúc:

– Chủ động: S + must + V (bare-inf) + O

– Thụ động: S(O) + must + be + PP + by O(S)

3. His uncle doesn’t run the business as/ so successfully as he does.

Cấu trúc:

not + V …+ as/ so + adv + as (ko …. bằng)

Câu thuở đầu: Anh đấy quản lý việc kinh doanh thành công hơn chú của anh đấy. → Chú anh đấy quản lý việc kinh doanh ko thành công bình anh đấy.

4. She is the prettiest girl I have (ever) met.

Câu thuở đầu: Đây là lần đều tiên tôi gặp 1 cô gái đáng yêu như thế. → Cô đấy là cô gái đáng yêu nhất nhưng mà tôi đã từng gặp.

5. Their teeth are brushed twice a day.

Cấu trúc thì hiện nay đơn:

– Chủ động: S + V/ Vs/es + O

– Thụ động: S(O) + is/ am/are + PP + by O(S)

ĐÁP ÁN ĐỀ SỐ 3

PART 1

1. confused                          2. surprise

3. adapt                                4. lonely

5. signs

Transcript:

Good morning class. Today I’d like béo talk about culture shock. Now, many students think they know what culture shock is, but often they are confused by the real meaning of the term “culture shock”. For example, I’ve heard students say, “I know what culture shock is. Culture shock is a kind of surprise that you get when you travel. You might be surprised by something such as cars with their lights on during the daytime. You might notice that Canadians take off their shoes in their houses or that they usually eat sandwiches for lunch.”

Well, those aren’t really examples of “culture shock”. They are what I like béo call “cross-cultural surprises”. Actually, culture shock is quite different from a “cross-cultural surprise”. Culture shock is the feeling of anxiousness and confusion caused when a person tries béo adapt béo a new environment. Culture shock also involves a physical and psychological reaction béo a new environment. When you live in a new country, it is common béo feel sad, lonely or disoriented. You might feel very tired or you might have difficulty sleeping. You may have sore muscles and you might even lose your identity and wonder “who am I”. All of these types of reactions can be signs that you are suffering from “culture shock”.

PART 2

1. D

ordinate (v)

/ ˈɔː.dən.ət / tung độ

report (v)

/ rɪˈpɔːt / báo cáo

perform (v)

/ pəˈfɔːm /

trình diễn

collect (v)

/ kəˈlekt / tích lũy

2. C

discriminate (v)

/ dɪˈskrɪm.ɪ.neɪt / phân biệt đối xử

eliminate (v)

/ iˈlɪm.ɪ.neɪt / xóa bỏ, loại trừ

price (n)

/ praɪs / giá

enroll (v)

/ ɪnˈroʊl /

đăng kí nhập học

3. B

affect (v)

/ əˈfekt /

tác động

wage (n)

/ weɪdʒ /

tiền công, tiền

công

address (v)

/ əˈdres /

khắc phục

talkative (adj)

/ ˈtɔː.kə.tɪv / nói nhiều, 3 hoa

4. D

similar (adj)

/ ˈsɪm.ɪ.lər /

gần giống

personal (adj)

/ ˈpɜː.sən.əl / tư nhân

concentrate (v)

/ ˈkɒn.sən.treɪt /

tập hợp

Vietnamese (n)

/ ˌvjet.nəˈmiːz /

người Việt Nam

5. A

asleep (adj)

/ əˈsliːp /

ngủ, đang ngủ

custom (n)

/ ˈkʌs.təm / phong tục

culture (n)

/ ˈkʌl.tʃər /

văn hóa

manner (n)

/ ˈmæn.ər / cách, thói, cách cư

xử

PART 3

1. D

– come home: về nhà

“Bố tôi đã gọi điện cho tôi nói ông đấy sẽ về nhà muộn.”

2. A

Cấu trúc: the + vẻ ngoài so sánh hơn + S + V, the + vẻ ngoài so sánh hơn + S + V (càng … càng) Bề ngoài so sánh hơn của trạng từ “hard” là “harder”; trạng từ “well” là “better”.

“Bạn càng ôn thi cần mẫn thì bạn sẽ làm tốt hơn”

3. D

– attitudes béo/towards sth: thái độ đối với cái gì

“Bị tác động bởi văn hóa Phương Tây nên thái độ của các thanh niên Việt Nam đối với tình yêu và hôn nhân cũng đã chỉnh sửa đáng kể.”

4. A

– the + most + long adj … (so sánh nhất với tính từ dài) “Cô đấy là cô gái cuốn hút nhất trong lớp chúng tôi.”

5. C

– should + v(bare-inf): nên làm gì

“Đã muộn rồi. Tôi nghĩ chúng ta nên đi hiện thời.”

6. B

– Chủ ngữ là “this letter” nên ta chia động từ “type” ở dạng thụ động. “Bức thư này nên được đánh máy chứ không hề viết tay.”

7. A

– dream of doing sth: ước mơ làm gì

– take care of: chăm nom, coi ngó

– insist on: một mực

– prefer: thích, thích hơn

“Khi còn nhỏ, tôi luôn ước mơ biến thành 1 thầy cô giáo giỏi.”

8. A

– diverse (adj): nhiều chủng loại

– diversity (n): sự nhiều chủng loại

– diversify (v): nhiều chủng loại hóa

– diversification (n): sự nhiều chủng loại hóa

Từ cần điền vào là 1 tính từ để bổ nghĩa cho danh từ “cultures” phía sau. “Luân Đôn là nơi trú ngụ của nhiều người từ nhiều nền văn hóa không giống nhau.”

9. D

– discrimination (n): sự phân biệt đối xử

– equality (n): sự đồng đẳng, công bình

– right (n): quyền

– preference + for (n): sự thích thú hơn

“Trong dĩ vãng, ông bà chúng ta thường thích cháu trai hơn cháu gái.”

10. B

– prevent sb from doing doing sth: ngăn cản người nào làm gì

“Sự phân biệt giới tính chẳng thể ngăn cản mọi người làm công tác mình thích thú.”

11. B (which → whom)

– which: là đại từ quan hệ, thay thế cho chủ ngữ/ tân ngữ chỉ vật trong mệnh đề quan hệ

– whom: là đại từ quan hệ, thay thế cho tân ngữ chỉ người trong mệnh đề quan hệ

Đại từ quan hệ được sử dụng trong câu này là “whom” để thay thế cho tân ngữ “him”.

“Đây là cậu nhỏ nhưng mà chúng ta đang kiếm tìm.”

12. A (doesn’t study => don’t study)

– you + don’t

“Nếu bạn ko chăm học thì bạn sẽ thi trượt đấy.”

13. C (interesting => more interesting)

– more + long adj + than (so sánh hơn với tính từ dài)

“Cuốn sách này hay hơn cuốn kia.”

PART 4

1. A

– come from: tới/ có xuất xứ từ….

“Where do superstitions come from?” (Mê tín bắt nguồn từ đâu?)

2. C

– unexplainable (adj): ko giảng giải được

3. A

“Floors in buildings still go from the 12th béo the 14th floor, even though nobody can agree why the number 13 is unlucky.” (Các tầng ở các tòa nhà vẫn đánh số từ tầng 12 lên tầng 14 dù rằng ko người nào đồng thuận với lý do vì sao số 13 là xui xẻo mắn.)

4. D

– turn away: đuổi đi, xua đuổi

Superstitous people think they can turn bad luck away” (Những người mê tín nghĩ rằng họ có thể xua đuổi được vận xui.)

5. B

– reversal (n): sự đảo ngược

– reversal of luck: vận rủi, điều xui xẻo

6. A

Cứ liệu: “When they go out béo enjoy themselves, they can wear almost anything.”

7. A

Cứ liệu: “But in Britain, as well as the US, men in office usually wear suits and ties, and women wear dresses or skirts (not trousers).”

8. B

“Anything goes, as long as you look clean and tidy.” (Mặc cái gì cũng được miễn là bạn trông sạch bóng và

gọn ghẽ.)

Cứ liệu: “In good hotels and restaurants, men have béo wear jackets and ties, and women wear pretty clothes.”

10. A

Cứ liệu: “These days, most people in Britain and the US do not wear very formal clothes. But sometimes it is important béo wear the right things”

Những câu đầu đã nói lên ý chính của bài đọc: lề thói ăn mặc ngày nay ở nước Anh và Mỹ

PART 5

1. The report must be finished by Mr. John by noon.

Cấu trúc:

– Chủ động: S + must + V (bare-inf) + O

– Thụ động: S(O) + must + be + PP + by O(S)

2. The patients should be examined more carefully.

Cấu trúc:

– Chủ động: S + should + V (bare-inf) + O

– Thụ động: S(O) + should + be + PP + by O(S)

ĐÁP ÁN ĐỀ SỐ 4

1. C

– breath /breθ/ (n): hơi thở

– health/ helθ / (n): sức khỏe

– heart /hɑ:t/ (n): tim

– head /hed/ (n): đầu

2. C

– household / ‘haʊs.həʊld / (n): hộ, gia đình

– bone /bəʊn/ (n): xương

– oxygen / ‘ɒk.sɪ.dʒən / (n): khí oxy

– role /rəʊl/ (n): vai trò

3. A

– Câu này diễn đạt sự việc chắc chán xảy ra vì đã được lên kế hoạch từ trước nên ta chia động từ “build” ở thì ngày mai với “going béo”.

“Theo kế hoạch, tuần sau chúng tôi sẽ xây 1 ngôi nhà mới.”

4. D

– béo be responsible for doing sth: chịu bổn phận làm gì đấy “Bố tôi chịu bổn phận kiếm tiền.”

5. D

– Câu này diễn đạt sự việc đang diễn ra tại thời khắc hiện nay với trạng từ thời kì “right now” nên ta chia động từ “repair” ở thì hiện nay tiếp tục.

– Cấu trúc: is/ am/ are + V-ing

“Tôi e rằng anh tôi chẳng thể đi chơi với bạn hiện thời được. Anh đấy đang sửa oto.”

6. C

– circulatory system: hệ tuần hoàn

“Tim và các huyết quản là các phần của hệ tuần hoàn.”

7. A

– Câu này diễn đạt 1 sự thực nên ta chia động từ ở hiện nay đơn.

“Dây tâm thần truyền thông tin giữa bộ não và các phần còn lại của thân thể.”

8. B

– household chores: công tác nhà

9. A

– Đại từ quan hệ cần được dùng trong câu này là “who” để thay thế cho danh từ chỉ người, làm tác dụng chủ ngữ trong mệnh đề quan hệ.

10. D

– share household duties: san sẻ việc nhà

11. C

– son (n): đàn ông

– daughter (n): con gái

– member (n): thành viên

– parent (n): bố (mẹ)

12. A

– tidy (adj): sạch bóng, gọn ghẽ

– mess (n): sự bừa bộn

– dirty (n): bẩn

– disorder (n): sự lộn xộn, bừa bãi

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