Đề số 13 ôn thi tốt nghiệp THPT môn Tiếng Anh

4/22/2022 4:35:00 PM

We need to _____ more in order to sell more of our product.

 
  • advertising
  • advertise
  • advertisement
  • advertised
He doesn't like cartoons, _____?
  • does he
  • is he
  • doesn't he
  • isn't he
The bus collects us _____ 5 o'clock.
  • at
  • in
  • on
  • with

Business-class is sold out, but there are still a few seats _____ in first class.

  • similar
  • relevant
  • sensitive
  • available

She gave him a _____ wallet on his birthday.

  • small leather brown
  • small brown leather
  • brown small leather
  • leather small brown
I _____ the guitar when my dad came home.
  • practised
  • practising
  • was practising
  • has practised
Mary feels confident about the competition _____ she has been well-prepared for it.
  • because of
  • although
  • despite
  • because

Linda can't go to the movies with us tonight. She will have to look _____ her little sister.

  • into
  • up
  • after
  • at

What will you miss most about England when you _____?

 
  • are leaving
  • leave
  • have left
  • left

No wonder she’s coughing - she smokes like a _____.

 
  • chimney
  • fire
  • steamer
  • drain

She tries to keep fit by _____ jogging every day.

 
  • taking
  • doing
  • going
  • making
_____ as the representative at the conference, she felt extremely proud of herself.
  • Be chosen
  • Having been chosen
  • On choosing
  • Having chosen
The letter _____ by Miss Cathy yesterday.
  • writes
  • wrote
  • was written
  • writing

Over the past two years the _____ of living has risen considerably.

  • rate
  • charge
  • cost
  • price

The higher the cost of living is, _____.

  • the life of the immigrants becomes the harder
  • the hardest the life of the immigrants becomes
  • the harder does the life of the immigrants become
  • the harder the life of the immigrants becomes

Nick: “Let’s go to school by bike instead of motorbike.”

Mike: “_____”

  • Good idea!
  • No, I don’t.
  • Why’s that?
  • I need it.

- “Would you mind closing the window?”

- “______”

  • Yes, of course. Are you tired?
  • No, not at all. I'll do it now.
  • Yes, I do. You can close it.
  • Don't worry. Go ahead!
Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.
  • order
  • receive
  • complain
  • enjoy
Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.
  • designer
  • mechanic
  • engineer
  • musician
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • erupted

  • appeared

  • received

  • destroyed

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

 
  • country

  • mouse

  • household

  • account

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

She gently closed the door behind her.

 
  • opened
  • unlocked
  • shut
  • locked

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

The question was very hard, so only good students could answer it.

  • easy
  • strange
  • difficult
  • new

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

The ethnic minority groups in Viet Nam have been living in peaceful co-existence.

 
  • small
  • majority
  • thin
  • big

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

I am in favor of the statement that recycling is one of the best ways to protect our environment.

  • disagree
  • support
  • advocate
  • encourage

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Yesterday morning, Joe arrives late for school for the first time.

  • morning
  • arrives
  • school
  • first

Choose the underlined part which needs correction.

She goes to the dance club by bus with hers friends on Sunday mornings.

  • dance club
  • hers
  • on
  • mornings

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

We all know that we have to work hardly to earn a living ourselves and support the family.

  • that
  • hardly
  • ourselves
  • support

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

We arrived at airport. We realized our passports were still at home.

  • It was until we arrived at airport that we realize our passports were still at home.
  • We arrived at airport and realized our passports are still at home.
  • Not until had we arrived at airport we realized our passports were still at home.
  • Not until we arrived at airport did we realize our passports were still at home.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

He didn’t study harder when he was at school. He now regrets it.

  • He wishes he studied harder when he was at school.
  • He wishes he had studied harder when he was at school.
  • He wishes he hadn't studied harder when he was at school.
  • If only he hadn't studied harder when he was at school.

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

It is not necessary for you to water these plants every day.

 
  • You needn't water these plants every day.
  • You would water these plants every day.
  • You must water these plants every day.
  • You can't water these plants every day.

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

"My parents expect me to get good grades." She said.

 
  • She said that his parents expected him to get good grades.
  • She told that her parents expected me to get good grades.
  • She said that her parents expected her to get good grades.
  • She told me her parents are expecting her to get good grades.

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

I haven't visited my hometown for a few years. 

 
  • I have been in my hometown for a few years.
  • I last visited my hometown a few years ago.
  • I didn't visit my hometown a few years ago.
  • I was in my hometown for a few years.

Read the text and choose the best answer to fill in the blanks.

CULTURE SHOCK

Many people dream of living in a foreign country. It can be an amazing experience for those are willing to settle down in a new place. , there’s one potential problem you should be aware of: culture shock. Culture shock is the feeling we get from living in a place that is so different from where we grew up that we are not sure how to deal with it. Societies are organized in different ways. Customs and traditions can be very different and that can sometimes make it difficult to get on with local people who might not of things you do and might object to things you say. You might be banned from doing things in another country that is perfectly legal in your own. For example, in Singapore people can be forced to a large fine just for dropping rubbish. Eventually, though, most people who lived abroad fall in love with their adopted country and learn to accept its differences.

 

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

One of the main sources for the spreading of news and events throughout the world is the newspaper.

The purpose of newspapers is to inform the public of political, social-economic and entertainment happenings, among other things. Generally, there are three types of newspapers: daily newspapers, weekly newspapers, and special-interest newspapers. Daily newspapers publish at least one edition every weekday. Most dailies also have a weekend edition. Daily newspapers often have sections for news, sports, arts and entertainment, business and classified advertising. Weekly newspapers print once a week and cover news of interest to readers in a smaller area than that of a daily paper. They focus on local happenings rather than national or international events. Special-interest newspapers may publish daily, weekly, monthly, or even less frequently. They generally disseminate news of interest to a particular group of readers or feature news about a specific topic.

Thanks to the development of the Internet, we can now get access to electronic newspapers. To some extent, they are cheap, up-to-date, and convenient for most readers in the world.

 

What is the passage mainly about?

  • Different types of newspaper
  • How a newspaper is published
  • The most convenient way to get news
  • What people use to communicate

What type of newspaper is NOT recommended in this passage?

  • weekly newspapers
  • special-interest newspapers
  • monthly newspapers
  • yearly newspapers

Weekly newspapers usually focus on _____.

  • some national festivals held this week
  • what are happening all around the world
  • the hottest news about sports celebrities
  • events at the district where it is published
What does “disseminate” mean?
  • spread
  • expand
  • extent
  • enlarge

The word "they" refers to _____.

  • special-interest newspapers
  • electronic newspapers
  • readers
  • events

Read the passage then choose the correct answer to each question.

One of the most difficult things young people face when they want to travel is the lack of funds. During summer holidays and possibly at weekends, they are able to take on part-time jobs, but the money they make is just a drop in the bucket of what they need to travel far away. For example, traveling to Australia from Vietnam can be quite expensive just for an airline ticket, and to a lot of students wanting to travel, it can seem out of reach.

For students wanting to travel to Australia and New Zealand in particular, however, they are in luck. Although many countries offer working holidays, these two countries are well-known for offering them. When a young person signs up to get a working holiday visa, he only pays for the round-trip airfare to get to either place and only needs to carry some extra cash for incidentals. Once he is there, a job awaits where he can earn some money.

Many of the jobs require little or no experience, such as picking fruit or working in a busy pub out in the countryside. Some of the jobs require more experience that most people are unlikely to have, such as being a certified welder to work for eight weeks on a farm. That shouldn’t discourage you, though, because there is always something to be found if you search hard enough.

There are many websites that advertise working holidays in Australia and New Zealand. If you have the courage and are looking for a way to make a little money and see the world, it might be just the ticket you were looking for.

 

What is the main idea of the passage?

 
  • Taking part-time jobs in Australia
  • Taking a working holiday
  • Traveling from Vietnam
  • Ways to make money

The phrase "out of reach" in the first paragraph is closest in meaning to _____.

  • unacceptable
  • accessible
  • unachievable
  • possible

The word "them" refers to _____.

  • working holidays
  • students
  • Australia and New Zealand
  • summer holidays

According to the passage, which statement is true?

  • Picking fruit is the only job available for young people on working holidays.
  • People on working holidays must be from Australia or New Zealand.
  • A young person needs a special visa to go on a working holiday.
  • It's impossible for inexperienced students to go on a working holiday.

The word "certified" in the third paragraph is closest in meaning to _____.

 
  • retired
  • qualified
  • full-time
  • voluntary

Where can people find working holidays advertised?

  • On the Internet
  • In magazines
  • On the radio
  • In travel guidebooks

What is NOT the reason for a student to take a working holiday?

  • To learn a course
  • To earn money
  • To see the world
  • To visit a new place