Đề thi chính thức môn Anh THPTQG 2019 ( mã đề 402 )

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Mark the correct answer.

The aroma of freshly baked bread in the morning has always ______ memories of his childhood home.

  • evoked
  • reminisced
  • instilled
  • incited

Schoolchildren shouldn't make fun of those who are intellectually _____ to them.

  • responsible
  • familiar
  • inferior
  • essential

John is ______ most hard-working student I've ever known.

  • the
  • X
  • a
  • an

Joseph would never forget ______ by his boss through no fault of his own.

  • criticising
  • being criticised
  • to criticise
  • to be criticised

Once ______ with sufficient information, the freshmen will feel more confident to start the new course.

  • having provided
  • provided
  • are provided
  • providing

I'm sorry, I didn't mean to ______ your feelings when I said such a thing.

  • injure
  • hurt
  • destroy
  • break

Backpacking is best suited for those who are in good physical condition ______.

  • without being required to walk several miles
  • so that it would require walking several miles
  • as it may require walking serveral miles
  • so as not to require walking severlas miles

Laura came to ______ me for taking care of her dog when she was away.

  • thankful
  • thankfulness
  • thankfully
  • thank

My uncle tries to spend time playing with his children______ he is very busy.

  • because of
  • although
  • moreover
  • despite

Linda took great photos of butterflies while she ______ in the forest.

  • is hiking
  • was hiking
  • hiked
  • had hiked

If you follow my directions, you _____ her house easily.

  • will find
  • would have found
  • would find
  • found

The children are highly excited ______ the coming summer holiday.

  • with
  • about
  • to
  • for

The film was so intriguing that the audience were all ______ to the screen until the end.

  • stuck
  • hooked
  • glued
  • attached

A key component of Industry 4.0 is the Internet of Things characterised by the connections of all mobile ______.

  • accessories
  • devices
  • utensils
  • vehicles

Mark the option that best completes the following exchange.

Linda and Peter are talking about safe driving.

- Linda: "I think drink-driving should be severely punished."

- Peter: "______. It may cause accidents or even deaths."

  • I don't think so
  • I absolutely agree with you
  • I don't understand what you mean
  • You must be kidding

A porter is talking to Mary in the hotel lobby.

- Porter: "May I help you with your suitcase?"

- Mary: "______"

  • What a shame!
  • Me too.
  • Yes, please.
  • You're welcome.

Mark the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in the following question.

Mark the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in the following question.

Many experts support the view that children should start learning English as early as possible.

  • reason
  • problem
  • reaction
  • opinion

Mark the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in the following question.

The young singer's career took off after her lastest album topped the charts.

  • ended in failure
  • became successful
  • went unnoticed
  • remained unchanged

Mark the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in the following question.

Mark the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in the following question.

My kids only have a faint memory of our hometown as they have lived away from it for a long time.

  • clear
  • poor
  • quick
  • vague

Mark the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in the following question.

For a fruitful discussion, the chairman should make sure that every member is at liberty to voice their opinions.

  • getting approval
  • having no restriction
  • getting satisfaction
  • having no freedom

Mark the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation.

  • leave

  • learn

  • speak

  • teach

Mark the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation.

  • discussed

  • performed

  • cancelled

  • followed

Mark the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress.

  • terrific
  • beautiful
  • general
  • chemical

Mark the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress.

  • provide
  • listen
  • repeat
  • collect

Mark the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

Mark the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

He badly suffered cyberbullying himself. He realised the true dangers of social media only then.

  • Such was his suffering of cyberbullying that he didn't realise the true dangers of social media.
  • Only when he had realised the true dangers of social media did he badly suffer cyberbullying himself.
  • But for his terrible suffering of cyberbullying, he wouldn't realise the true dangers of social media.
  • Not until he had badly suffered cyberbullying himself did he realise the true dangers of social media.

Mark the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

Mike didn't follow his parents' advice on choosing his career. He regrets it now.

  • Mike regrets having followed his parents' advice on choosing his career.
  • Mike wishes he had followed his parents' advice on choosing his career.
  • If only Mike followed his parents' advice on choosingg his career.
  • If Mike followed his parents' advice on choosing his career, he would regret it.

Mark the underlined part that needs corrections.

Mark the underlined part that needs corrections.

Jack cycles usually to work to avoid traffic jams at rush hour.

  • cycles usually
  • avoid
  • jams
  • rush hour

Mark the underlined part that needs corrections.

With his important contributions, Albert Einstein considered one of the greatest physicist of all time.

  • With
  • important
  • considered
  • greatest

Mark the underlined part that needs corrections.

Our grandfather, who had an excellent memory when young, has become very forgettable in recent years due to his old age.

  • excellent
  • when young
  • forgettable
  • old age

Mark the sentence that is closest in meaning to the following question.

Mark the sentence that is closest in meaning to the following question.

"What have you done to my laptop, Jane?" asked Tom.

  • Tom asked Jane what she had done to his laptop.
  • Tom asked Jane what had she done to his laptop.
  • Tom asked Jane what has she done to his laptop.
  • Tom asked Jane what she has done to his laptop.

Mark the sentence that is closest in meaning to the following question.

I'm certain that Joe attended the ceremony as he can vividly recount the event.

  • Joe needn't have attended the ceremony as he can vividly recount the event.
  • Joe mightn't have attended the ceremony as he can vividly recount the event.
  • Joe must have attended the ceremony as he can vividly recount the event.
  • Joe could have attended the ceremony as he can vividly recount the event.

Mark the sentence that is closest in meaning to the following question.

Many teenagers like facebooking more than doing sport.

  • Many teenagers like doing sport more than facebooking.
  • Many teenagers like doing sport much as facebooking.
  • Many teenagers don't like facebooking as much as doing sport.
  • Many teenagers don't like doing sport as much as facebooking.

Read the following passage and indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.

Effects of the television in childhood literacy

    Nowadays, televisions occupies a large portion of children's time. From when they start in preschool, children spend more time watching television than participating in any other except sleeping. , this is not necessarily a bad thing.

     The results of some research suggest that there is considerable overlap between the comprehension processes activated while reading and the processes take place during a period of television viewing. If this is so, it may very well be the case that children who learn comprehension skills from television viewing before they are ready to read are with some very important tools when they later learn to read. It has been noted that children are frequently better at recalling televised stories they have watched compared to those they have simply heard. Due to the fact that it is a visual medium, television can present imformation more correctly than written and spoken text, making it an ideal medium in which to some of the skills and knowledge needed for later reading.

(Adapted from "Complete Advanced" by Laura Matthews and Barbara Thomas)

Read the following passage and choose the correct answers.

     Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, is in the south-east of the country. Edinburgh is situated on the coast, and the beautiful, green Pentland Hills are not far from the city centre. Castle Rock stands in the centre of Edinburgh and is the best play for fantastic views of the city. With a population of almost half a million people, the city is an exciting mix of traditional and modern. 

     The first stop for most visitors to the city is the Castle on Castle Rock. It is a certainly worth a visit and the area nearby is full of shops that sell whisky and tartans to the tourists. Edinburgh's most famous street, the Royal Mile, runs from the castle to the Palace of Holyroodhouse and the Scottish Parliament. Along the street, you can see many interesting buildings and you can stop for a drink at a traditional, old Scottish pub.

     During your visit you should certainly take the time to see other parts of the city. Princes Street has lovely gardens, museums and shops. The New Town is a superb area for walking with its attractive 18th century houses, offices and churches. Finally, the Grassmarket is an old part of the city, which is full of cafés, bars and restaurants.

     Edinburgh's nightlife is excellent. Clubs usually stay open until three in the morning. You can hear live music in pubs, choose from a number of first-class cinemas or go to a 'ceilidh' (a traditional Scottish dance).

     The best time to come to the city is in August. Thousands of people visit the Edinburgh Festival, the world's biggest arts festival held every summer. With concerts, opera, theater and art exhibitions, there is something for everyone. For winter visitors, Hogmanay (the Scottish New Year) is also an incredible experience that you will never forget.

(Adapted from "Straightforward - Pre-intermediate" by Philip Kett)

Which best serves as the title for the passage?

  • A Description of Scotland
  • Famous Cities in Scotland
  • The Future of Edinburgh
  • A Destination Guide to Edinburgh

The word "mix" in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to ______.

  • action
  • mood
  • combination
  • mess

The word "It" in paragraph 2 refers to ______.

  • the area
  • a visit
  • the city
  • the castle

According to paragraph 4, what is a "ceilidh"?

  • It is a kind of Scottish music.
  • It is the name of a Scottish pub.
  • It is the first Scottish cinema.
  • It is a traditional Scottish dance.

According to the paragraph 5, what is NOT true about the Edinburgh Festival?

  • It is a famous event.
  • It offers arts performances.
  • It attracts thousands of visitors.
  • It takes place in winter.

Read the following passage and choose the correct answers.

     The first impressions are rather menacing. Visitors must sign in and show identification before being allowed into the building. Such tight security gives one of the feeling of entering a prison or some other dangerous place. But what a deceptive first impression! Manhattan Comprehensive Night High School may be the friendliest, most caring institution in all of New York City. A school of last resort for many of its students, it is their best chance to turn their lives around, and make friends in the process. Manhattan Comp, as it is called, is the first full-time night high school in America.

     High School is compulsory until the age of sixteen in America, but many students drop out, either before or after they reach sixteen, and before receiving their high school diplomas. Until now, night education programmes for dropouts only provided the basics and then awarded an equivalency certificate. But now, Manhattan Comp offers the total high school experience, complete with a 'lunch' break, physical education and clubs. The students receive an academic diploma, which they say is more helpful in getting a job than an equivalency certificate. More than sixty percent of Manhattan Comp's students go on to college.

     Most of the school's 450 students have either been expelled from or dropped out of other high schools. Some have been in two or three schools before this one. What seems to make this school work for these hard-to-place students is the staff and, most importantly, the principal. All students call him Howard. As he walks through the building, he greets students by name, asks about their families or jobs and jokes with them about the lack of variety in the school cafeteria.

     Most students at Manhattan are between eighteen and twenty-two years old. You must be at least seventeen to enrol. The classes run from 5 to 11 p.m, Mondays through Thursdays, with all-day enrichment progammes on Sundays which explore topics like playwriting, art and video production. School terms are ten weeks long, which gives students the opportunity to take time off for family matters or jobs. Most students already have some academic credits from previous schools, so instead of the normal four years in high school, they spend between six months and two years at Manhattan Comp.

(Adapted from "Oxford Exam Excellence" by Danuta Gryca et al.)

Which best serves as the title for the passage?

  • A Day in the Life of a Manhattan Comp Student
  • Manhattan Comp: One of a Kind
  • Night Schools: A Passing Fad
  • The Success Story of a Typical American School

The word "deceptive" in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to ______.

  • misleading
  • unwelcoming
  • subjective
  • lasting

What do Manhattan Comp students say about their academic diploma?

  • It demonstrates their superior academic competence.
  • It ensures their admission to well-known colleges.
  • It reflects a more thorough schooling experience.
  • It improves their chances of getting employed.

The phrase "expelled from" in paragraph 3 mostly means ______.

  • invited to attend
  • asked to stay
  • forced to leave
  • qualified to graduate

The word "They" in paragraph 4 refers to ______.

  • schools
  • years
  • credits
  • students

 How long does it generally take students to complete the education at Manhattan Comp?

  • Two years and a half
  • Four years
  • Ten weeks
  • From six months to two years

Which statement is NOT true according to the passage?

  • Visitors to Manhattan Comp are required to go through certain security procedures.
  • The schooling experience at Manhattan is likely to change the students' leaving for the better.
  • Many students at Manhattan Comp have never had any formal schooling before.
  • All of the students at Manhattan Comp are seventeen or above.

What can be inferred about Manhattan Comp from the passage?

  • It plays down the importance of the extra-curricular activities.
  • It has recently ben equipped with state-of-the-art facilities.
  • Its principal is well-liked among the students for his amiability.
  • Its students are required to work part-time while pursuing their studies there.