Đề ôn thi tốt nghiệp THPT số 15

5/20/2020 10:32:00 AM

Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.

  • wonders

  • problems

  • mountains

  • moments

Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.

  • slice
  • dip
  • grill
  • garnish

Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.

  • become
  • distance
  • daily
  • morning

Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.

  • scholarship
  • balcony
  • educate
  • engineer

You have never met Peter before, _______?

  • haven’t you
  • do you
  • have you
  • don’t you

I ________ about the problem months ago, but I _______ a solution yet.

  • have known/didn't find
  • had known/didn't find
  • knew/haven't found
  • know/haven't

If I were a flower, l _____ a sunflower.

  • was
  • were
  • will be
  • would be
Did you enroll for _____ university you told me about last week?
  • a
  • the
  • zero article
  • an

_____ the traffic was bad, we arrived on time.

  • Since
  • Because of
  • Despite
  • Although
_____ you prepare for the exam, there will still be a few questions on which you won’t be sure of the answer.
  • So much as
  • Much but
  • However much
  • So much

I regret _____ you that you failed the test.

  • to tell
  • tell
  • told
  • telling

I am meeting him _____ the corner of High and Main Street.

  • at
  • in
  • on
  • to

Choose the correct answer.

Billy was the youngest boy _______.

  • joining the club
  • that was joined the dub
  • to be admitted to the club
  • admitted to the club
I think a bicycle is often more _________ than a car in towns.
  • convenient
  • conveniently
  • convenience
  • inconvenience

Everybody in the house woke up when the burglar alarm ____. 

  • went out
  • went off
  • came about
  • rang off

When finding a new house, parents should______ all the conditions for their children's education and entertainment.

  • keep pace with
  • make room for
  • get rid of
  • take into account

My father is in ______ of 30 engineers and 80 workers.

  • pressure
  • leadership
  • impression
  • charge

This fund has been set up to help protect those _____ of animals that are endangered with extinction.

  • kinds
  • species
  • races
  • breeds

You'd better not place a bet on Stalion. In my opinion, the horse doesn't _____ a chance of winning the race.

  • win
  • stand
  • rise
  • play

Choose the word(s) which is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s).

In the last quarter of this year, our entertainment company had a big success in signing a lot of contracts with celebrities.

  • bargains
  • agreements
  • arrangements
  • profits

Choose the word CLOSEST in meaning to the under lined word.

She was brought up in a well-off family. She can’t understand the problems we are facing. 

  • poor
  • broke
  • wealthy
  • kind

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

Strongly advocating health foods, Jane doesn’t eat any chocolate.

  • denying
  • impugning
  • supporting
  • advising

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

That last comment of yours won the day because nobody could possibly argue with you after that.

  • was a big hit
  • was a break-through
  • was a success
  • was a failure

Laura is telling Bob about her exam results.
- Laura: "______"
- Bob: "That's great. Congratulations!"

  • I hope I'll pass the exam tomorrow.
  • I've passed the exam.
  • I'll get the exam results tomorrow.
  • I didn't do well in the exam.

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

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

Rock 'n' Roll Changes The World

Musicians who want to make it in the world have a lot of options, but the best one to (A) _____ them from obscurity to fame might be rock 'n' roll. Especially in the days when other forms of music are waning, rock ’n’ roll (B)______ in the memory. Nevertheless, it is music that transcends cultures and keeps the youth of many nations invigorated.

Before rock ’n’ roll, there were many different forms of popular music. If looking at a timeline, the music of African Americans created both jazz and blues. These (C)_____ into what is known as rhythm and blues, which is often just called R&B. With the invention of the electric guitar, rock ’n’ roll came (D)_____ as musicians experimented with what they could do with the sounds this new style of instrument could make.

Musicians were quick to see the possibilities that rock ’n’ roll offered. Early musicians like Chuck Berry (E)_____ the way for the likes of Elvis Presley, who would go on to become known as the King of Rock ’n’ Roll.

(A) _____

  • control
  • show
  • influence
  • lead

(B)_____

  • exists
  • lives on
  • comes around
  • grows up

(C)_____

  • evolved
  • involved
  • grew
  • transformed

(D)_____

  • into reality
  • into being
  • true
  • independent

(E)_____

  • covered
  • built
  • constructed
  • paved

Read the following passage and choose the correct answer.

Instructors at American colleges and universities use many different teaching methods. Some instructors give assignments every day. They grade homework. Students in their classes have to take many quizzes, a midterm exam, and a final test. Other instructors give only writing assignments. Some teachers always follow a course outline and usually use the textbook. Others send students to the library for assignments.

The atmosphere in some classrooms is very formal. Students call their instructors “Professor Smith,” “Mrs. Jones,” and so on. Some teachers wear business clothes and give lectures. Other classrooms have an informal atmosphere. Students and teachers discuss their ideas. Instructors dress informally, and students call them by their first names. American teachers are not alike in their teaching styles.

At most American colleges and universities, facilities for learning and recreation are available to students. Students can often use typewriters, tape recorders, video machines, and computers at libraries and learning centers. They can buy books, notebooks, and other things at campus stores. They can get advice on their problems from counselors and individual help with their classes from tutors. Students can relax and have fun on campus, too. Some schools have swimming pools and tennis courts. Most have snack bars and cafeterias. 

What is the main idea of the first paragraph?

  • Ways of teaching
  • Ways of giving assignments
  • Ways of using the textbook
  • Ways of taking an exam

What does the phrase "business clothes" in paragraph 2 mean?

  • trendy clothes
  • casual clothes
  • formal clothes
  • clothes for business people

Where do students and teachers discuss their ideas?

  • At learning centers
  • In classrooms with formal atmospheres
  • Classrooms with informal atmospheres
  • At libraries

What can't students do at most American colleges and universities?

  • They can't buy anything at campus stores.
  • They can't use computers that are linked to libraries.
  • They can't ask their counselors and tutors for advice.
  • They can't have tutors and counselors solve their problems.

Which of the following statements is NOT true about schools in America?

  • They offer sport and leisure facilities for students.
  • They have no recreation facilities.
  • They are well-equipped.
  • They have stores on campus.

Read the following passage and choose the correct answer to each of the 7 questions underneath.

Different cultures follow their own special customs when a child's baby teeth fall out. In Korea, for example, they have the custom of throwing lost teeth up on the roof of a house. According to tradition, a magpie will come and take the tooth. Later, the magpie will return with a new tooth for the child. In other Asian countries, such as Japan and Vietnam, children follow a similar tradition of throwing their lost teeth onto the roofs of houses.

Birds aren't the only animals thought to take lost teeth. In Mexico and Spain, tradition says a mouse takes a lost tooth and leaves some money. However, in Mongolia, dogs are responsible for taking teeth away. Dogs are highly respected in Mongolian culture and are considered guardian angels of the people. Tradition says that the new tooth will grow good and strong if the baby tooth is fed to a guardian angel. Accordingly, parents in Mongolia will put their child's lost tooth in a piece of meat and feed it to a dog.

The idea of giving lost teeth to an angel or fairy is also a tradition in the West. Many children in Western countries count on the Tooth Fairy to leave money or presents in exchange for a tooth. The exact origins of the Tooth Fairy are a mystery, although the story probably began in England or Ireland centuries ago. According to tradition, a child puts a lost tooth under his or her pillow before going to bed. In the wee hours, while the child is sleeping, the Tooth Fairy takes the tooth and leaves something else under the pillow. In France, the Tooth Fairy leaves a small gift. In the United States, however, the Tooth Fairy usually leaves money. These days, the rate is $1 to $5 per tooth, adding up to a lot of money from the Tooth Fairy!

(Source: Reading Challenge 2 by Casey Malarcher & Andrea Janzen)

What is the passage mainly about?

  • Traditions concerning children's lost teeth
  • Presents for young children's lost teeth
  • Animals eating children's lost teeth
  • Customs concerning children's new teeth

According to the passage, where is a child's lost tooth thought to be taken away by a mouse? 

  • In Mexico and Spain
  • In Mongolia
  • In Japan and Vietnam
  • In Korea

The word "their" in paragraph 1 refers to ______.

  • houses'
  • roofs'
  • children's
  • countries'

According to paragraph 2, parents in Mongolia feed their child's lost tooth to a dog because ______.

  • they know that dogs are very responsible animals
  • they believe that this will make their child's new tooth good and strong
  • they think dogs like eating children's teeth
  • they hope that their child will get some gifts for his or her tooth

The word "origins" in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to ______.

  • countries
  • families
  • beginnings
  • stories

The phrase "the wee hours" in paragraph 3 probably refers to the period of time ______.

  • early in the evening
  • soon after midnight
  • late in the morning
  • long before bedtime

According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true about the tradition of tooth giving in the West?

  • Children give money to the Tooth Fairy.
  • Children put their lost teeth under their pillows.
  • Children hope to get money or gifts from the Tooth Fairy.
  • Lost teeth are traditionally given to an angel or fairy.

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Scientists say that the disappearance of the trees are already causing changes in the climate.

  • say
  • disappearance of
  • are
  • in

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

It is an opportunity for all family members to gather, exchange wishes, and having dinner together.

  • It is
  • all family members
  • to gather
  • having

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Her father used to be a distinguishable professor at the university. Many students worshipped him.

  • used to
  • distinguishable
  • at
  • worshipped
Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to this sentence.

It’s not necessary to have a license to cycle on the roads.

  • You need a license to cycle on the roads.
  • You don't have a license to cycle on the roads.
  • You might have a license to cycle on the roads.
  • You don't have to have a license to cycle on the roads.

Choose the answer that has similar in meaning to the following sentence.

Tommy is a better swimmer than Tony.

  • No one can swim as well as Tommy and Tony.
  • Tommy is the best swimmer of all, apart from Tony.
  • Tony can’t swim so well as Tommy.
  • Tony can’t be better than Tommy.

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to this one.

“If you don’t pay the ransom, we’ll kill your boy,” the kidnappers told us.

  • The kidnappers ordered to kill our boy if we did not pay the ransom.
  • The kidnappers pledged to kill our boy if we did not pay the ransom.
  • The kidnappers threatened to kill our boy if we refused to pay the ransom.
  • The kidnappers promised to kill our boy if we refused to pay the ransom.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

Peter told us about his leaving the school. He did it on his arrival at the meeting.

  • Only after his leaving the school did Peter inform us of his arrival at the meeting.
  • Not until Peter told us that he would leave the school did he arrive at the meeting.
  • Hardly had Peter informed us about his leaving the school when he arrived at the meeting.
  • No sooner had Peter arrived at the meeting than he told us about his leaving the school.
Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

You finish your homework. I’ll let you watch television then.

  • Unless you finish your homework, I’ll let you watch television.
  • Provided that you finish your homework, I won’t let you watch television.
  • I will let you watch television as long as you finish your homework.
  • But for your finishing homework, I’ll let you watch television.