Đề thi chính thức tốt nghiệp THPT năm 2021 (Mã đề: 418)

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Lan is late for Minh's birthday party.

- Lan: "Sorry I'm late, Minh."

- Minh: "_____"

  • Same to you.
  • Never mind.
  • Good idea.
  • Thanks a lot.

Minh and Nam are talking about Nam's new T-shirt.

- Minh: "You've got a nice T-shirt, Nam."

- Nam: "_____"

  • No problem.
  • Me too.
  • Thank you.
  • Congratulations!
Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.
  • alike
  • careful
  • happy
  • nervous
Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.
  • festival
  • customer
  • capital
  • occasion
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • save

  • take

  • back

  • face

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

  • needed

  • seemed

  • rained

When their dad came home, the kids _____ the Christmas tree.
  • are decorating
  • were decorating
  • have decorated
  • decorate
_____ interesting the project is, the more the students can learn from it.
  • Most of
  • More
  • The more
  • Most
Thomas bought that pen at a low _____ at a local shop yesterday.
  • fee
  • fare
  • price
  • salary
Jane gets up at 5 a.m. to _____ morning exercise.
  • do
  • bring
  • play
  • make
Teenagers should do more sport _____ it is good for them.
  • despite
  • because of
  • although
  • because

When the tourist saw with her own eyes the beach covered with tons of plastic rubbish washed up from around the world, a chill went down her _____.

  • bone
  • spine
  • brain
  • mind
Binh has been trying to solve this problem all week, but he still hasn't been able to _____ it.
  • crack
  • break
  • shatter
  • crash
_____, I will give it back to you.
  • When I was finishing reading the book
  • When I finish reading the book
  • When I had finished reading the book
  • When I finished reading the book
My family share the housework. My father helps my mother _____ the dishes.
  • wash away
  • wash up
  • wash through
  • wash over
_____ the negative effects of plastic bags, they turned to paper bags instead.
  • Have realised
  • Having realised
  • Have been realised
  • Have been realising
My father often watches the news _____ the morning.
  • up
  • at
  • on
  • in
My aunt bought a _____ watch last week.
  • Korean red nice
  • nice red Korean
  • nice Korean red
  • red Korean nice
The longest bridge of the country _____ last year.
  • has built
  • was building
  • builds
  • was built
You can find a lot of _____ information online for your project.
  • usefulness
  • use
  • useful
  • usefully
The football match is interesting, _____?
  • isn't it
  • wasn't it
  • has it
  • was it

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

Solutions should be suggested to prevent people from hunting wild animals.

  • comfort
  • stop
  • encourage
  • force

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

It's very kind of you to help me solve the problem.

  • quick
  • bad
  • good
  • careless

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

Lucy looked really beautiful in her nice dress at her birthday party.

  • nervous
  • colorful
  • ugly
  • attractive

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

It's time you pulled your socks up and started working seriously, Phuong. Your final exams are coming.

  • got furious
  • lost confidence
  • studied harder
  • became lazy

Read the passage and choose the suitable word to fill in the blanks.

Teenagers having exams may feel stressed for different reasons. Their future may depend on their exam results. And many of them will probably be afraid that their performances will not be as good as their friends' and may feel worried about being negatively to them. They may feel so by the amount of studying which they need to do. To obtain a good result, they may have to give up leisure activities such as doing sports and listening to music. Teenagers suffer from exam stress may show a variety of symptoms including loss of appetite, being unable to sleep and a lack of motivation to study. , it is important for teachers and parents to watch out for these signs and to be as supportive and encouraging as possible.

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

Since the 19th century, companies have looked for better and cleaner ways of creating electricity. One UK company has created a special type of floor made of square tiles. Under each square, there is a system that can create electricity very cheaply when someone steps on it!

The design of the floor works very well when it is used in very busy areas. And the reason is that a lot of energy is created simply because of the large numbers of people walking across the floor.

The floor can have other uses too; one of them is to record how many people visit the shopping centre. This kind of information is very useful for shop owners because very often they want to know at which times of days they have the highest numbers of customers. So the next time you visit a big shopping centre, have a careful look at the floor that you are walking across!

What is the passage mainly about?
  • A new way to build houses.
  • A difficulty in creating electricity.
  • A shopping centre that sells electricity.
  • A special floor that creates electricity.
According to paragraph 1, the special floor creates electricity when _____.
  • someone covers it
  • someone steps on it
  • someone looks at it
  • someone cleans it

The word "useful" in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to _____.

  • careful
  • helpful
  • kind
  • false

The word "they" in paragraph 3 refers to _____

  • shop owners
  • people
  • times
  • days
Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a good thing about the floor in the passage?
  • It creates electricity very cheaply.
  • It works very well in very busy areas.
  • It is good for shop owners.
  • It helps shops attract more customers.

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

Today, text-messaging has probably become young people's most common form of communication. Some teachers think that because of this, young people are not writing correctly at school. They fear that once students get used to it, they will find it hard to switch back to using correct grammar and spelling. How did things begin this way?

It all began with e-mail, online chat rooms, and games. Then step by step young people made sentences, phrases and words shorter. As text-messaging continued to become popular, people invented more and more words. Today, it is like a real language with its own grammar and vocabulary. The growth of text-messaging has raised an important question: As students become fluent in text-messaging, do their writing skills suffer?

People have different ideas about the effects of text-messaging on students' writing skills. Some say that students are losing the ability to write long, correct sentences. Others say that text-messaging is having a good effect on the language students use in their schoolwork. It shows that they are creative and good at expressing themselves. And if students can keep the two systems separate - one for text-messaging and one for school - this will help students appreciate reading and writing more.

Some people suggest that one way to reduce the bad effects of text-messaging is to find ways to use technology as a positive learning tool. For example, students can be allowed to type their assignments in a cell phone message and send them to their teachers, but they must type correctly. In this way, students are using the technology that they are familiar with to communicate in a form of language suitable for schoolwork. It shows students that text-messaging is fine for social communication, but correct grammar and spelling are necessary for communication in school.

Which of the following is the best title for the passage?

  • How can Teachers Teach Text-messaging?
  • What can be Done to Increase the Quality of Text-messaging?
  • How have Schools Changed Technology?
  • What is Text-messaging Doing to Students' Writing?

The word "switch" in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to _____.

  • look
  • change
  • send
  • give

The word "invented" in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to _____.

  • described
  • created
  • guessed
  • explained
According to paragraph 3, how can text-messaging affect students' writing?
  • Students no longer use handwriting for their schoolwork.
  • Students' ability to write long, correct sentences is gradually decreasing.
  • Students will lose interest in their school writing.
  • Students are losing their creativity in writing.

The word "them" in paragraph 4 refers to _____.

  • assignments
  • students
  • people
  • effects
Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage?
  • Text-messaging has probably become the most common form of communication for young people.
  • Correct grammar and spelling are not important for communication in school.
  • Text-messaging is like a real language with its own grammar and vocabulary.
  • People have different opinions about the effects of text-messaging on students' writing skills.

Which of the following can be inferred from the passage?

  • Text-messaging can help students write more correctly.
  • Students should know how to use text-messaging properly for their purposes.
  • Text-messaging has been accepted as an official language.
  • Students should know how to use standard language in all circumstances.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

Jane doesn't have a computer. She can't work from home.

  • If Jane had had a computer, she couldn't have worked from home.
  • Provided that Jane has a computer, she can't work from home.
  • If only Jane had had a computer, she couldn't have worked from home.
  • Jane wishes she had a computer so that she could work from home.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

Restaurants are forbidden to serve over ten customers at a time during social distancing. There is no exception whatsoever.

  • Under no circumstances are restaurants prohibited from serving over ten customers at a time during social distancing.
  • At no time were restaurants permitted to serve over ten customers at a time during social distancing.
  • On no account are restaurants permitted to serve over ten customers at a time during social distancing.
  • In no way are restaurants prohibited from serving over ten customers at a time during social distancing.

Choose the sentence closest in meaning to the following sentence.

It is not necessary for you to book movie tickets in advance.

  • You needn't book movie tickets in advance.
  • You would book movie tickets in advance.
  • You must book movie tickets in advance.
  • You can't book movie tickets in advance.

Choose the sentence closest in meaning to the following sentence.

He last went to the cinema two months ago.

  • He hasn't gone to the cinema for two months.
  • He has two months to go to the cinema.
  • He didn't go to the cinema two months ago.
  • He has gone to the cinema for two months.

Choose the sentence closest in meaning to the following sentence.

"I have a lot of assignments to do," Ly said.

  • Ly said that he had a lot of assignments to do.
  • Ly said that I had a lot of assignments to do.
  • Ly said that I have a lot of assignments to do.
  • Ly said that he has had a lot of assignments to do.

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

My friends often spend her free time surfing the Internet or playing games.

  • often
  • her
  • surfing
  • games

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

My younger brother draws a very beautiful picture for me yesterday.

  • younger
  • draws
  • beautiful
  • for

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

The spokesman had an uphill struggle to find an explanation that was readily intelligent to the layman.

  • spokesman
  • uphill
  • intelligent
  • layman