Đề ôn thi tốt nghiệp THPT số 28

7/31/2020 8:24:00 AM

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

  • maps
  • laughs
  • lengths
  • clothes

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

  • practice

  • device
  • service
  • finish

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

  • detective
  • romantic 
  • history   
  • adventure

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

  • orbit
  • exchange
  • occur
  • consist

We have had the roof of our house replaced, ______?

  • have we
  • haven't we
  • do we
  • don't we
In 2005 _____ budget of the ICRC amounts to about 970 million Swiss Francs.
  • a
  • an
  • the

She took a different route to work to avoid _____ stuck in traffic.

  • to get
  • getting
  • gets
  • got

If you didn't have to leave today, I ______ you around the city.

  • have shown
  • showed
  • will show
  • would show

Geometry is a branch of mathematics _____ the properties of lines, curves, shapes, and surfaces.

  • that concerning with
  • that concerned with
  • that it is concerned with
  • concerned with

The U23 Vietnamese football team’s performance has garnered _____ from around the world and shown promise for Vietnam’s soccer horizon.

  • attentive
  • attention
  • attend
  • attentively

The woman ______ when the police told her that her son had died.

  • broke away
  • broke down
  • broke into
  • broke in

Although I am very busy, I try to find time to _____ to my grandparents every weekend.

  • take a break
  • pay a visit
  • look after
  • take care

_____ all our efforts to save the school, the authorities decided to close it.

  • Although
  • Because of
  • Despite
  • Because

Despite the development of e-books and online reading materials, printed books are still regarded as a wonderful _____ of entertainment.

  • resource
  • place
  • source
  • replacement

She has been very successful since she _____ a breakthrough in her research some years ago.

  • had
  • has
  • was having
  • will have

Many scientists _____ all their lives to working out answers to problems.

  • send
  • promote
  • spend
  • devote

My mom will get mad at me _____.

  • as soon as she sees my test score
  • when she saw my test score
  • after she had seen my test score
  • until she saw my test score

Dr. Evans has _____ a valuable contribution to the life of the school.

  • done
  • created
  • caused
  • made

He was known for his generosity and friendliness - but he could turn nasty at the drop of a _____.

  • water
  • hat
  • stone
  • leaf

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

The President expressed his deep sorrow over the bombing deaths.

  • anger
  • regret
  • passion
  • sadness

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

The football final has been postponed until next Sunday due to the heavy snowstorm.

  • cancelled
  • delayed
  • continued
  • changed

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

TELF.com is a website which offers a job research facility to assist qualified students in finding work.

  • help
  • aid
  • support
  • hinder

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

There have been significant changes in women's lives since the women's liberation movement.

  • controlled
  • political
  • disagreeable
  • unimportant

Anna: "I think we should recycle these bags. It will help protect the environment."

John: "_____."

  • It's rubbish. We shouldn't use it
  • I can't agree with you more
  • Never mind
  • You can't say that again

Mary is talking to a passenger in front of her.

Mary: "Would you mind putting my case on the rack?"

The passenger: “_____”

  • Not at all. There you are.
  • Yes. It's right.
  • It's very kind of you to say so.
  • Whatever you want!

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Habitat fragmentation have caused plant and animal species in the remaining islands of habitat to lose contact with others of their own kind.

  • fragmentation
  • have caused
  • species
  • with

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Neil Postman, an author of some great books, pointed out that reading teaches us to think in a logically connected way, and cultivating a sustained attention span.

  • an author
  • pointed out
  • teaches us
  • cultivating

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Jessie looked so frightened when she was in that white costume with long black hair.

  • so
  • frightened
  • in
  • long black hair

Read the following passage then choose the best answer to each question below.

School days should be a happy time in a young person’s life. What can make people’s lives a misery during this time, then? I personally believe there is one word which answers this question – bullying.

Unfortunately, bullying is quite common in schools where I live. It can affect students of any age, and both boys and girls. A friend of mine had a very negative experience at school last year as an older boy continually called him names and sometimes used to post nasty messages about him on Facebook. Obviously, my friend felt upset about this and it affected his self-confidence. Some days, he didn’t want to come to school at all.

What can people do to stop this problem? First and foremost, teachers need to be aware that bullying may be happening in their classes and be very strict when they have a case of bullying. Another thing teachers could do is prepare lessons to talk about the problem with their pupils, which might make bullies realize how badly they hurt their victims. As for students, if they find out a classmate is being bullied, they should support them as much as possible and let a teacher know.

Bullying can be a nightmare but there are things we can do to prevent it. Hopefully, one day all students will be able to go to school without fear of being bullied.

(Adapted from “A magazine article ”, Learn English Teens - British Council)

What title best summarizes the main idea of the passage?
  • The happiest days of your life
  • The bullied victims
  • Schools with no bullying
  • Bullying at school: tackling the problem

The word “nasty” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to ________.

  • tasty
  • moral
  • unhealthy
  • unpleasant

The word "they" in paragraph 3 refers to _____.

  • lessons
  • pupils
  • teachers
  • bullies
How did bullying affect its victim, in the writer’s friend’s experience?
  • It made him feel unconfident.
  • It encouraged him to study harder.
  • It stopped him from posting on Facebook.
  • It supported him as much as possible.
The writer mentions all of the following to stop bullying EXCEPT ______.
  • Teachers need to be very strict when bullying happens in their classes.
  • Lessons about bullying should be prepared and delivered.
  • Teachers should be reported about bullying cases.
  • The bullied victims may support their classmates in preventing the problem.

Read the following passage then choose the best answer to each question below.

Peru's Inca Indians first grew potatoes in the Andes Mountains in about 200 BC. Spanish conquistadors brought potatoes to Europe, and colonists brought them to America. Potatoes are fourth on the list of the world's food staples - after wheat, corn, and rice. Today, Americans consume about 140 pounds of potatoes per person every year, while Europeans eat twice as many.

One of our favorite ways to eat potatoes is in the form of potatoes chips. While Benjamin Franklin was the American ambassador to France, he went to a banquet where potatoes were prepared in 20 different ways. Thomas Jefferson, who succeeded Franklin as our French ambassador, brought the recipe for thick-cut, French fried potatoes to America. He served French fries to guests at the White House in 1802 and at his home, Monticello.

A native American chef named George Crum created the first potato chips on August 24, 1853, at Moon Lake Lodge in Saratoga, New York. He became angry when a diner complained that his French fries were too thick, so he sliced the potatoes as thinly as possible, making them too thin and crisp to eat with a fork. The diner loved them, and potato chips were born. In 1860, Chef Crum opened his own restaurant and offered a basket of potato chips on every table.

Joe “Spud” Murphy and Seamus Burke produced the world’s first seasoned crisps, cheese & onion, and salt & vinegar chips, in the 1950s in Ireland. In the United Kingdom and Ireland, crisps are what we, in the United States, call potato chips, while their chips refer to our French fries. Ketchup-flavored chips are popular in the Middle East and Canada. Seaweed-Navored chips are popular in Asia, and chicken-flavored chips are popular in Mexico. Other flavors from around the world include paprika, pickled onions, béarnaise, meat pie, chili crab, salmon teriyaki, borscht, Caesar salad, roasted sausage, firecracker lobster, roast ox, haggis and black pepper, olive, and spaghetti.

(Adapted from https: //en.isicollective.com) 

What is the main idea of the passage?

  • France's ambassador Benjamin Franklin
  • George Crum the chef
  • History of potato chips
  • Flavors of potato chips

The word “banquet” in the second paragraph can be best replaced by the word ____.

  • contest
  • meal
  • festival
  • palace

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

  • potatoes
  • colonists
  • conquistadors
  • Indians

What happened in the 1950s?

  • The world's first French fries were produced.
  • The world's first seasoned potatoes chips were produced.
  • The world's first potatoes chips were produced.
  • The wold's first seasoned French fries were produced.

Which of the following is a true statement?

  • Different flavored potato chips are popular in different parts of the world.
  • Potato chips are only popular in America.
  • Ketchup-flavored potato chips are most popular in America.
  • Potato chips are not really eaten very much in Asia.

What question is answered in the second paragraph?

  • Who invented the potato chips?
  • How many pounds of potatoes are eaten per person in America each year?
  • When were salt & vinegar chips invented?
  • Who served French fries in the White House?

The word “sliced” in the third paragraph can be best replaced by the word ____.

  • ground
  • cracked
  • cut
  • bought

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

In European and North American cultures, body language behaviors can be divided into 2 groups: open or closed and forward or backward.

Open/closed postures are the easiest to (1)_____. People are open to messages when they show open hands, face you fully, and have both feet on the ground. This indicates that they are (2)_____ to listen to what you are saying, even if they are disagreeing with you. When people are closed to messages, they have their arms folded or their legs crossed, and they may turn their bodies away. This body language usually means that people are rejecting your message.

Forward or backward behavior reveals an active or a passive (3)_____ to what is being said. If people lean forward with their bodies toward you, they are actively engaged in your message. They may be accepting or rejecting it, but their minds are on (4)_____ you are saying. On the other hand, if people lean back in their chairs or look away from you, or perform activities such as drawing or cleaning their eyeglasses, you know that they are either passively taking in your message or that they are ignoring it. In (5)_____ case, they are not very much engaged in the conversation.

Choose the best answer for (1).

  • recognize
  • refer
  • do
  • indicate

Choose the best answer for (2).

  • likely
  • reluctant
  • able
  • willing

Choose the best answer for (3).

  • behavior
  • reaction
  • knowledge
  • opinion

Choose the best answer for (4).

  • what
  • things
  • that
  • who

Choose the best answer for (5).

  • another
  • either
  • both
  • other
Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to this sentence.

It's forbidden to use cameras in the cinema.

  • People mustn't use cameras in the cinema.
  • It's allowed to use cameras in the cinema.
  • People should use cameras in the cinema.
  • People don’t have to use cameras in the cinema.

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

"Have you ever tried water skiing, Tom?" she asked.

  • She asked Tom whether he had ever tried water skiing.
  • She asked Tom whether he has ever tried water skiing.
  • She asked Tom had he ever tried water skiing.
  • She asked Tom if you had ever tried water skiing.

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

Her mother cooks much better than her.

  • Her mother will be the best cooker in her family.
  • Her mother is a best cook than her.
  • She was much better at cooking than her mother.
  • She doesn't cook as well as her mother.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

You must read the instructions. You won’t know how to use this machine without reading them.

  • Unless you read the instructions, you won’t know how to use this machine.
  • You will know how to use this machine unless you read the instructions.
  • Without reading the instructions, the use of this machine won’t be known.
  • Reading the instructions, so you will know how to use this machine.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

The minister finished his tour of inspection. He made his pronouncement.

  • Not until the minister had made his pronouncement did he finish his tour of inspection.
  • Only after the minister had finished his tour of inspection did he make his pronouncement.
  • Were the minister to finish his tour of inspection, he would make his pronouncement.
  • Had the minister finished his tour of inspection, he would have made his pronouncement.