Đề ôn thi tốt nghiệp THPT số 14

5/13/2020 8:39:00 PM

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

  • bags

  • days
  • speeds
  • dates

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

  • frame
  • artisan
  • place
  • layer

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

  • promise
  • against
  • northern
  • even

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

  • energy
  • luxury
  • volcanic
  • exercise

The article was posted by Jimhello on Tuesday, _______?

  • didn’t it
  • wasn’t it
  • was it
  • did it

Choose the correct answer to each of the following questions.

He _____ at McDonald’s since he ______.

  • was working/was graduating
  • worked/has graduated
  • works/is graduating
  • has worked/graduated

I ______telephone her if I knew her number.

  • would
  • have to
  • will
  • shall

I went to work the next day ______ I was feeling unwell.

  • since
  • even though
  • despite
  • because of

Choose the correct answer.

He doesn’t enjoy _______ basketball.

  • to play
  • plays
  • played
  • playing
You will pass the exam _____.
  • as long as you learn hard
  • as soon as you learn hard
  • as if you are learning hard
  • before you are learning hard

When at last she looked at us and smiled, we knew she was _____ danger.

  • with
  • in
  • to
  • out of

Do you know the student _____ on that bench?

  • sits
  • sitting
  • sat
  • who sitting
Do we have to _____ all these new words?
  • memory
  • memorize
  • memorial
  • memo
Billy has been seriously ill, and he was taken to _____ hospital yesterday.
  • a
  • an
  • the

When they _______ for the beach the sun was shining, but by the time they arrived it had clouded over.

  • went out
  • went off
  • set off
  • left out

Vietnam's rice export this year will decrease ______ about 10%, compared with that of last year.

  • with
  • at
  • by
  • on

The surgeon tried to save the man but unluckily the ___ was not successful.

  • salvation
  • operation
  • generation
  • solution

There's an art _____ on at the gallery in town that we really shouldn't miss.

  • exhibition
  • showing
  • presentation
  • screening

They always kept on good _____ with their next-door neighbors for the children’s sake.

  • will
  • friendship
  • terms
  • relations

Choose the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s).
We used to climb up the crest of the hill to get a good view of the surroundings.

  • top
  • foot
  • middle
  • face

Find the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

Many people left early because the film was uninteresting.

  • attractive
  • exciting
  • boring
  • informative

Choose the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s).

The river should be controlled in order to facilitate navigation.

  • make difficult
  • make impossible
  • make unpopular
  • make busy

Choose the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s).

On the spur of the moment, she decided to enter the race that she had come to watch.

  • After careful thought
  • At the earliest possible moment
  • For only a short time
  • Without previous thought

Ann: "How well you are playing, Peter!"

Peter: "______"

  • Say it again. I like to hear your words.
  • Thank you too much.
  • Many thanks, that's a nice compliment.
  • I think so. I'm too proud of myself.

Joana and David, two students, are talking about studying abroad.

- Joana: “I think studying abroad is the only way to get a well-paid job.”

- David: “_____. There’re still many different ways to get it.”

  • You’re exactly right
  • I don’t think so
  • That’s what I think
  • There’s no doubt about it

Read the following passage and choose the correct word for each of the blanks.

Ever since it was first possible to make a real robot, people have been hoping for the invention of the machine that would do all the necessary jobs around the house. If boring and repetitive factory work could be (A)_____ by robots, why not boring and repetitive household chores, too?

For a long time, the only people who really gave the problem their attention were amateur inventors. And they came up against a major difficulty. That is, housework is actually very complex. It has never been one job, it has always been many. A factory robot (B)_____ one task endlessly until it is reprogrammed to do something else. It doesn’t run the whole factory. A housework robot, on the other hand, has to do several different (C)_____ of cleaning and carrying jobs and also has to cope (D)_____ all the different shapes and positions of rooms, furniture, ornaments, cats, and dogs. (E)_____, there have been some developments recently. Sensors are available to help the robot locate objects and avoid obstacles. We have the technology to produce the hardware. All that is missing -the software- the programs that will operate the machine.

(A)

  • managed
  • given
  • made
  • succeeded

(B)_______

  • carries away
  • carries over
  • carries off
  • carries out

(C)

  • systems
  • ways
  • types
  • methods

(D)

  • with
  • from
  • for
  • by

(E)

  • Moreover
  • However
  • Besides
  • Therefore

Read the passage and choose the correct answer to each of the questions.

For many American university students, the weeklong spring break holiday means an endless party on a sunny beach in Florida or Mexico. In Panama City Beach, Florida, a city with a permanent population of around 36,000, more than half a million university students arrive during the month of March to play and party, making it the number one spring break destination in the United States. A weeklong drinking binge is not for anyone, however, and a growing number of American university students have found a way to make spring break matter. For them, joining or leading a group of volunteers to travel locally or internationally and work to show problems such as poverty, homelessness, or environmental damage makes spring break a unique leaming experience that university students can feel good about. Students who participate in alternative spring break projects find them very rewarding. While most university students have to get their degrees before they can start helping people, student volunteers are able to help people now. On the other hand, the accommodations are far from glamorous. Students often sleep on the floor of a school or spend the week camping in tents. But students only pay around $250 for meals and transportation, which is much less than some of their peers spend to travel to more traditional spring break hotspots.

Alternative spring break trips appear to be growing in popularity at universities across the United States. Students cite a number of reasons for participating. Some appreciate the opportunity to socialize and meet new friends. Others want to exercise their beliefs about people's obligation to serve humanity and make the world a better place. Whatever their reason, these students have discovered something that gives them rich rewards along with a break from schoolwork.

What is the passage mainly about?
  • Students' traveling preferences
  • A traditional approach to spring breaks
  • American students' social life
  • Students' alternative spring breaks
How many university students travel to Panama Beach City every March spring break?
  • Around 10,000
  • Around 36,000
  • Around 500,000
  • Around 50,000

The word "cite" in paragraph 2 probably means _____.

  • listing
  • getting
  • avoiding
  • inventing

The word "them" in paragraph 1 refers to _____.

  • degree
  • people
  • projects
  • students
Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a problem that alternative spring break trips try to help solve?
  • Environment damage
  • Homeless
  • Poverty
  • Overpopulation

Read the passage and choose the correct answer to each of the questions.

Millions of people are using cell phones today. In many places, it is actually considered unusual not to use one. In many countries, cell phones are very popular among young people. They find that the phones are more than a means of communication - having a mobile phone shows that they are cool and connected.

The explosion in mobile phone use around the world has made some health professionals worried. Some doctors are concerned that in the future many people may suffer health problems from the use of mobile phones. In England, there has been a serious debate about this issue. Mobile phone companies are worried about the negative publicity of such ideas. They say that there is no proof that mobile phones are bad for your health. 

On the other hand, medical studies have shown changes in the brain cells of some people who use mobile phones. Signs of change in the tissues of the brain and head can be detected with modem scanning equipment. In one case, a travelling salesman had to retire at a young age because of serious memory loss. He couldn't remember even simple tasks. He would often forget the name of his own son. This man used to talk on his mobile phone for about six hours a day, every day of his working week, for a couple of years. His family doctor blamed his mobile phone use, but his employer's doctor didn't agree.

What is it that makes mobile phones potentially harmful? The answer is radiation. High-tech machines can detect very small amounts of radiation from mobile phones. Mobile phone companies agree that there is some radiation, but they say the amount is too small to worry about.

As the discussion about their safety continues, it appears that it's best to use mobile phones less often. Use your regular phone if you want to talk for a long time. Use your mobile phone only when you really need it. Mobile phones can be very useful and convenient, especially in emergencies. In the future, mobile phones may have a warning label that says they are bad for your health. So for now, it's wise not to use your mobile phone too often.

The most suitable title for the passage could be _____.

  • “The Reasons Why Mobile Phones Are Popular”
  • “Mobile Phones: A Must of Our Time”
  • “The Way Mobile Phones Work”
  • “Technological Innovations and Their Price”

According to the passage, cellphones are especially popular with young people because _____.

  • they make them look more stylish
  • they are indispensable in every day communications
  • they keep the users alert all the time
  • they cannot be replaced by regular phones

The changes possibly caused by the cellphones are mainly concerned with ______.

  • the mobility of the mind and the body
  • the resident memory
  • the arteries of the brain
  • the smallest units of the brain

According to the passage, what makes mobile phones potentially harmful is _____.

  • their radiant light
  • their power of attraction
  • their raiding power
  • their invisible rays

According to the writer, people should _______.

  • never use mobile phones in all cases
  • only use mobile phones in medical emergencies
  • keep off mobile phones regularly
  • only use mobile phones in urgent cases

The man mentioned in the passage, who used his cellphone too often, _____.

  • suffered serious loss of mental ability
  • had a problem with memory
  • abandoned his family
  • could no longer think lucidly

The word "potentially" in the passage most closely means _____.

  • obviously
  • possibly
  • certainly
  • privately

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

There are many frequently mentioned reasons why one out of four arrests involve a juvenile.

  • frequently
  • involve
  • four arrests
  • mentioned

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Research has shown that the number of sleep one gets has a profound influence on work ethics.

  • shown
  • number
  • gets
  • profound

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Despite their short time on Earth, human beings have brought about enormous changes to the surface of the planet, where they are surviving and destroy.

  • Despite
  • changes
  • where
  • and destroy

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.

Apples are usually cheaper than oranges.

  • Oranges are usually the most expensive.
  • Oranges are usually more expensive as apples.
  • Apples are not usually as expensive as oranges.
  • Apples are usually less cheap than oranges.
Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to this sentence.

It’s necessary that kids do not play with matches.

  • Kids might play with matches.
  • Kids don’t need to play with matches.
  • Kids should play with matches.
  • Kids mustn’t play with matches.
Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to the following question.
“Me? No, I didn't tell lies to Susanna.", Bob said.
  • Bob denied telling lies to Susanna.
  • Bob admitted not telling lies to Susanna.
  • Bob apologizes for telling lies to Susanna.
  • Bob refused to tell lies to Susanna.
Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.
The rain stopped. We could see the view of the ocean.
  • Not until the rain stopped could we see the view of the ocean.
  • Only when we could see the view of the ocean did the rain stop.
  • Were the rain to stop, we could see the view of the ocean.
  • Had the rain stopped, we could have seen the view of the ocean.
Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

Vicky had better take a coat. It might get cold.

  • Vicky had better take a coat in case it gets cold.
  • Unless it gets cold, Vicky won’t take a coat.
  • Provided it gets cold, Vicky might take a coat.
  • But for the cold weather coming, Vicky wouldn’t take a coat.