Đề số 4 ôn thi tốt nghiệp THPT môn Tiếng Anh

4/8/2022 2:49:19 PM

The thing I like doing during the weekends is _____ the shopping with my family.

 
  • making
  • going
  • doing
  • bringing

You will have to _____ your holiday if you are too ill to travel.

  • put out
  • put off
  • put down
  • put up
Your children never eat fast food, _____?
  • do they
  • won't they
  • don't they
  • do your children

Today in Vietnam there are many designers who have added patterns to the Ao dai in order to make it more _____.

 
  • fashionable
  • fashion
  • fashionably
  • fashionista
We arrived in Nha Trang _____ 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
  • in
  • since
  • at
  • for

The goal is to make higher education available to everyone who is willing and capable _____ his financial situation.

 
  • with reference to
  • regardless of
  • in terms of
  • owing to
_____, leave it in the hospital for someone else to read.
  • When you have read the book
  • After you had read the book
  • Before you are reading the book
  • While you were reading the book

Because I _____ up in a house next to a main railway line, I rarely get disturbed by noises during the night.

  • was brought
  • had brought
  • have been bringing
  • used to bring
The doctor said that the patient was _____ good progress thanks to intensive and continuous treatment.
  • causing
  • making
  • catching
  • getting
The cleaner we keep our environment, _____ we protect ourselves.
  • the better
  • the best
  • much better
  • better

Yesterday, when I _____ dinner, my best friend came over.

 
  • am cooking
  • was cooking
  • have cooked
  • will cook

It’s a good idea to see your doctor regularly for a/an _____.

  • revision
  • control
  • investigation
  • check–up

I couldn't sleep last night _____ the bar nearby played music so loudly.

  • although
  • so that
  • while
  • because

_____ at the party, we saw Ruth standing alone.

  • Arriving
  • We arrive
  • Arrived
  • We were arriving
My parents bought me a _____ school bag for my birthday.
  • beautiful Japanese red
  • red Japanese beautiful
  • Japanese red beautiful
  • beautiful red Japanese

Debbie: “Would you like to go to the cinema tonight?”

Becky: “_____”

  • I’d love to.
  • I’m fine. And you?
  • I’d want to.
  • Let’s go. I’m afraid.

Nisa: “Do you mind if I borrow your umbrella for a while?”

Jira: “_____”

  • No, here you are.
  • Never mind.
  • You’re welcome.
  • Yes, and bring it back.

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

  • copy
  • remove
  • notice
  • cancel
Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.
  • historic
  • financial
  • attentive
  • opposite
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • wipe
  • alive
  • micro
  • link
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • arrived

  • enjoyed

  • decided

  • believed

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

They are going to declare details of the plan to the public later this week.

  • notice
  • remind
  • infer
  • announce

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

Mrs. Jones and her daughter are going to have a lovely trip in their hometown this summer vacation.

 
  • modern
  • terrible
  • ugly
  • beautiful

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

The minister came under fire for his rash decision to close the factory.

 
  • was penalized
  • was acclaimed
  • was criticized
  • was dismissed

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

Jonathan is brave enough to stop the man with a knife from hurting a little child.

 
  • coward
  • afraid
  • courageous
  • smart

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

They left the concert hall. The fire alarm went off right afterwards.

  • They left the concert hall just as the fire alarm went off.
  • The fire alarm had gone off before they left the concert hall.
  • They were leaving the concert hall when the fire alarm went off.
  • No sooner had they left the concert hall than the fire alarm went off.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

I shouted at my little sister this morning. I feel bad about it now.

  • I wish I had shouted at my little sister this morning.
  • I regret that I hadn't shouted at my little sister this morning.
  • I wish I hadn't shouted at my little sister this morning.
  • If only I had shouted at my little sister this morning.

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Yesterday I have bought a new pair of jeans, which are a product by Gucci.

 
  • have bought
  • a
  • which
  • by

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Visitors may realize that even though they can’t make their homes in Venice city, they can take away with them memories of their beauty.

  • may realize
  • even though
  • them
  • their beauty

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Some animals that have adapted to live in a dessert climate are jack rabbits, kangaroo rats, and coyotes.

 
  • have
  • to
  • dessert
  • coyotes

Choose the sentence that is CLOSEST in meaning to the given one.

Cathy had better stop eating so much chocolate.

  • Cathy wishes she could give up eating chocolate.
  • Cathy ought to stop eating so much chocolate.
  • Cathy would prefer to stop eating so much chocolate.
  • Cathy may have given up eating so much chocolate.

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

Cindy said that "I haven't seen John since last month."

 
  • Cindy said she hasn't seen John since last month.
  • Cindy said she wasn't seen John since the previous month.
  • Cindy said she hadn't seen John since the previous month.
  • Cindy said I hadn't seen John since the previous month.

Choose the sentence which is CLOSEST in meaning to the given one.

The last time I saw her was three years ago.

 
  • I have often seen her for the last three years.
  • About three years ago, I used to meet her.
  • I have not seen her for three years.
  • I saw her three years ago and will never meet her again.

Read the text and decide which answer best fits each gap.

Working parents

Reliable studies have shown that children of parents who both go out to work have no more problems than children with one parent staying at home. My personal is that both parents should go out to work if they wish. Some parents invest so much in a career that they cannot bear to give it up. have to work because of economic necessity. There are several options when it comes to choosing childcare from childminders to the kind neighbor across the street. No how good the childcare maybe, some children protest if their parents aren't around. Babies become dependent on parents and close family members, so parents should make sure they allow time to help their child settle in with their new carer. Remember: if parents want to the best for their children, it's not the quantity of time they spend with them, it's the quality that matters.

(Adapted from FCE Essentials)

Read the following passages and choose the best answers to each question

People usually complain that they never have enough time to accomplish tasks. The hours and minutes seem to slip away before many planned chores get done. According to time management experts, the main reason for this is that most people fail to set priorities about what to do first. They get tied down by trivial; time-consuming matters and never complete the important ones.

One simple solution often used by those at the top is to keep lists of tasks to be accomplished daily. These lists order jobs from most essential to least essential and are checked regularly through the day to access progress. Not only is this an effective way to imagine the time, but also it serves to give individuals a much-deserved sense of satisfaction over their achievements. People who do not keep lists often face the end of the work with uncertainty over the significance of their accomplishments, which over time can contribute to serious problems in mental and physical health.

 

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

  • Common Complains About Work
  • Accomplishing Trivial Matters
  • Achieving Job Satisfaction
  • Learning To Manage Time

According to the passage, why do many people never seem to have enough time to accomplish things?

  • They do not prioritise tasks.
  • They get tied down by one difficult problem.
  • They fail to deal with trivial matters.
  • They do not seek the advice of time management experts.

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

 
  • experts
  • people
  • priorities
  • chores

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

  • difficult
  • unnecessary
  • simple
  • important

According to the passage, what is NOT mentioned as the problem of people who don’t list their to-do tasks daily?

  • They do not know how to manage their time effectively.
  • They tend to have problems with their health in the long run.
  • They cannot leave their work without finishing their tasks.
  • They maybe not satisfied with their performance in their jobs.

Read and choose the correct answer for each question.

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 USD to 5 USD 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?
  • Presents for young children's lost teeth
  • Animals eating children's lost teeth
  • Customs concerning children's lost teeth
  • Traditions concerning children's lost teeth
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 hope that their child will get some gifts for his or her tooth
  • they think dogs like eating children’s teeth
  • they believe that this will make their child’s new tooth good and strong
  • they know that dogs are very responsible animals

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

  • In Mongolia
  • In Korea
  • In Japan and Vietnam
  • In Mexico and Spain
The word "origins" in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to _____.
  • countries
  • families
  • stories
  • beginnings
According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true about the tradition of tooth giving in the West?
  • Children put their lost teeth under their pillows.
  • Children hope to get money or gifts from the Tooth Fairy.
  • Children give money to the Tooth Fairy.
  • Lost teeth are traditionally given to an angel or fairy.

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

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