Đề số 7 ôn thi tốt nghiệp THPT môn Tiếng Anh

4/15/2022 10:09:23 AM

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

  • blood
  • pool
  • food
  • tool

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

  • maintained

  • promoted

  • required

  • argued

Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.
  • collect
  • enjoy
  • travel
  • exchange

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

  • convenient
  • enormous
  • impressive
  • natural
The _____ wanted to reduce the breadth of the games, with many events currently having small fields and weak competition.
  • organize
  • organization
  • organizable
  • organizers

Yesterday was so much fun, _____?

  • was it
  • wasn’t it
  • were they
  • weren’t they

You really dropped _____ the other day when you told Brian you'd seen his wife at the cinema. He thought she was at her mother's.

  • a plank
  • a log
  • a brick
  • a stone
Valentine's Day is celebrated _____ February 14th.
  • for
  • in
  • on
  • at

All people should join hands in protecting the environment _____ we can gain better health.

  • in order that
  • when
  • because
  • even though

She bought _____ jacket when she was in Paris last year.

  • a brown leather expensive
  • a leather brown expensive
  • an expensive brown leather
  • an expensive leather brown

Many couples do not want to _____ the responsibility of bringing up a large family of three or four children.

  • turn out
  • take on
  • turn over
  • take up
When I went out, the sun _____ brightly.
  • is shining
  • shone
  • was shining
  • shines

_______ through a telescope, Venus appears to go through changes in size and shape.

  • It has seen
  • It is seen
  • When seen
  • Seeing

We'll send you an email of confirmation _____.

  • after we had made our final decision
  • before we made our final decision
  • while we were making our final decision
  • as soon as we have made our final decision

My father always _____ the crossword in the newspaper before breakfast.

  • writes
  • works
  • does
  • makes
The local government has ______ specific instructions on reducing waste disposal.
  • made
  • created
  • issued
  • enacted
This research center _____ for the purpose of improving medical treatment for cancer.
  • founded
  • is found
  • was founded
  • found

The smaller the room is, the ______ furniture it needs.

  • fewer
  • smaller
  • less
  • more

Now that he has retired, he lives partly on his pension and partly on the _____ on his post office savings account.

  • income
  • wage
  • interest
  • salary

- "Do you mind if I switch the light off?"

- "_____"

 
  • Yes, I mind it, sorry.
  • What will you do if I don't mind it?
  • Yes, please do it.
  • I'd rather you didn't, if you don't mind.

Laura is inviting Mike to her farewell party.

Laura: "Would you like to come to my farewell party this weekend?"

Mike: "_____."

  • I'm afraid so
  • No, don't worry
  • You're welcome
  • Yes, I'd love to

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

The majority of people in the town strongly support the plans to build a new school.

  • improve
  • refuse
  • agree
  • manage

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

She was too wet behind the ears to be in charge of such demanding tasks.

  • lack of responsibility
  • full of experience
  • without money
  • full of sincerity

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

Telecommunication is bound to have a huge influence on various aspects of our lives.

  • value
  • technique
  • expectation
  • impact

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

Every month, the volunteer group go to remote and mountainous areas to help those in need.

  • empty
  • faraway
  • crowded
  • poor

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

I am sure about my answer because I feel authoritarian in that subject area.

  • about
  • because
  • authoritarian
  • that

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

For most of their history, especially since the 1860's, New York City has been undergoing major ethnic population changes.

  • their
  • especially
  • the
  • changes

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Caroline has worn her new yellow dress only once since she buys it.

  • has worn
  • yellow
  • once
  • buys

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

TAKING BETTER PHOTOGRAPHS

Like many people, I have had a camera for a long time, and I have always enjoyed taking photographs of my family and friends, and places I have visited. Then, about a year ago, I noticed that most of the photos I was so of were in fact all very similar to each other. They all showed groups of people standing by a famous building or some attraction. You couldn't make out their faces clearly, and so it was difficult to get an idea of how everybody felt. I was looking for a new hobby at the time, and I decided that I would start taking photography more seriously. I thought it would be expensive. , after reading a few chapters of a book I borrowed from a friend, I realized that I could improve a great deal without spending a lot of money on new equipment. Soon, instead of just taking the same old pictures, I was photographing trees, animals, people I didn't know, and so on. This soon made a real difference to the of my photographs as I began to concentrate on getting the best picture possible. I am pleased with the results I have achieved in such a short time.

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

Brazil, the largest country in South America and the fifth largest country in the world, is located in the eastern half of South America. The people of Brazil are famous for their outgoing, friendly, and fun-loving nature. Brazilian women are considered to be among the best dressed in the world.

Brazil is a federal republic with 23 states. The capital city is Brasilia. Portuguese is the official language and it is spoken with a distinct Brazilian accent. Brazil has population of over 138 million people of many different races and ethnic groups.

A number of industrial products are produced in Brazil, including cars, chemicals, ships, machines, and military weapons. Mining is also an important industry. Agriculture also plays a very important role in the economic development of this country. Many crops including coffee (Brazil is the biggest coffee grower in the world), cotton, soybeans, sugar, cocoa, rice, corn and fruit are exported.

 

The word "accent" in the passage is closest in meaning to _____.

 
  • reputation
  • characteristic
  • nature
  • voice
The word "it" in the passage refers to _____.
  • Brasilia capital
  • Brazil
  • Portuguese
  • population

Which of the following is NOT mentioned as the Brazilian famous nature in the passage?

 
  • outgoing
  • fun-loving
  • confident
  • friendly

According to the passage, which of the following crops is grown in Brazil more than any other countries in the world?

 
  • corn and fruit
  • coffee
  • rice
  • cotton
What is the main idea of the passage?
  • Brazil's culture
  • Brazil's industries
  • Brazil's traditions
  • Brazil's brief information

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

Mandatory volunteering made many members of the Maryland high school class of 1997 rumble with indignation. They didn’t like a new requirement that made them take part in the school’s community service program. 

Future seniors, however, won’t be as resistant now that the program has been broken in. Some, like John Maloney, already have completed their required hours of approved community service. The Bowie High School sophomore earned his hours in eighth grade by volunteering two nights a week at the Larkin-Chase Nursing and Restorative Center in Bowie. He played shuffleboard, cards, and other games with the senior citizens. He also helped plan parties for them and visited their rooms to keep them company. That experience inspired him to continue volunteering in the community.

John, 15, has not finished volunteering. Once a week he videotapes animals at the Prince George County animal shelter in Forestville. His footage is shown on the Bowie public access television channel in hopes of finding homes for the animals. “Volunteering is better than just sitting around,” says John, “and I like animals, I don’t want to see them put to sleep.”

He’s not the only volunteer in his family. His sister, Melissa, an eighth-grader, has completed her hours volunteering at Larkin-Chase. “It is a good idea to have kids go out into the community, but it’s frustrating to have to write essays about the work,” she said. “It makes you feel like you are doing it for the requirement and not for yourself.” 

The high school service-learning office, run by Beth Ansley, provides information on organizations seeking volunteers so that students will have an easier time fulfilling their hours. “It’s ridiculous that people are opposing the requirements,” said Amy Rouse, who this summer has worked at the Ronald McDonald House and has helped to rebuild a church in Clinton. “So many people won’t do the service unless it’s mandatory,” Rouse said, “but once they start doing it, they’ll really like it and hopefully it will become a part of their lives - like it has become a part of mine.”

Who spent time with old people in the area as volunteering activities?

  • Melissa Maloney
  • Beth Ansley
  • Amy Rouse
  • John Maloney

Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the passage?

  • Students can work for a variety of different organizations.
  • Students are required to perform community service jobs.
  • Many high schools students enjoy their volunteer work.
  • Students with difficulties can choose not to volunteer.

What is the word “inspired” in paragraph 2 closest in meaning to?

  • instructed
  • motivated
  • permitted
  • commanded

What is the word “footage” in paragraph 3 closest in meaning to?

  • video
  • picture
  • diary
  • footwear

Which of the following can be inferred from the passage about Melissa?

  • She volunteers to help out at Larkin-Chase because it makes her feel good.
  • She no longer volunteers at Larkin-Chase as she hates writing essays.
  • She helps out at Larkin-Chase because it is a requirement of her course.
  • She doesn’t like to volunteer there unless she is forced to do so by the school.

What does the word “their” in paragraph 5 refer to?

  • volunteers'
  • organizations'
  • students'
  • schools'

What is the main idea of the passage?

  • Advantages of a mandatory volunteering program for students
  • An obligatory volunteers program at high school in Maryland
  • Students of 1997’s attitudes towards obligatory volunteering
  • Volunteering at a variety of organizations in Maryland in USA

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 this sentence.

Robert asked Linda, “What did Natasha say about her holiday plans?”

  • Robert asked Linda what Natasha had said about her holiday plans.
  • Robert asked Linda what Natasha said about her holiday plans.
  • Robert asked Linda what Natasha has said about her holiday plans.
  • Robert asked Linda what had Natasha said about her holiday plans.

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

John last returned to his hometown 12 years ago.

 
  • John has returned to his hometown since 12 years.
  • John didn't return to his hometown for 12 years.
  • John hasn't returned to his hometown since 12 years.
  • John hasn't returned to his hometown for 12 years.

Choose the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences.

I did not see Susan off at the airport. I feel bad about it now.

  • I could have seen Susan off at the airport.
  • If only I had seen Susan off at the airport.
  • That I did not see Susan off at the airport escapes me now.
  • It suddenly dawns on me that I should have seen Susan off at the airport.

Choose the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences.

He had just entered the house. The police arrested him at once.

  • Hardly he had entered the house when the police arrested him.
  • Immediately had he entered the house when the police arrested him.
  • The police immediately arrested him as soon as he’s entered the house.
  • No sooner had he entered the house than the police arrested him.