Đề số 15 ôn thi tốt nghiệp THPT môn Tiếng Anh

4/22/2022 4:46:49 PM
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • wished
  • completed
  • walked
  • impressed
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • sand

  • snack
  • spam
  • stage
Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.
  • machine
  • money
  • student
  • water

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

  • concentrate
  • organize
  • develop
  • recognise

These flowers are brightly coloured in order to _____ butterflies.

  • attracted
  • attract
  • attractive
  • attraction

The microwave oven hasn’t been repaired yet, _____?

  • has it
  • is it
  • does it
  • did it
If you want to have a good flat in London, you have to pay through the _____ for it.
  • mouth
  • eye
  • nose
  • head

I started school _____ 2010 when I was six years old.

  • on
  • in
  • at
  • since

The group followed the _____ through the forest to the top of the mountain.

  • trail
  • pavement
  • highway
  • line

_____ being tired, they stayed until they found out exactly what had happened.

  • In spite of
  • Although
  • Because
  • However
When I first met him, he wore _____.
  • a brown nice leather jacket
  • a nice leather brown jacket
  • a leather nice brown jacket
  • a nice brown leather jacket

Everybody in the house woke up when the burglar alarm _____.

  • went out
  • went off
  • came about
  • put out

Simon _____ a shower when someone knocked at the door.

 
  • was having
  • has had
  • had
  • is having

_____ at the party, we saw Ruth standing alone.

  • Arriving
  • We arrived
  • Arrived
  • We were arriving

Would you like to _____ for a brief walk around the old quarter later?

  • have
  • make
  • do
  • go

A trusted employee was discovered to have _____ confidential plans to a competing company.

  • stolen
  • spread
  • rumoured
  • leaked
Australia _____ by Dutch explorers in 1606.
  • was discovering
  • discovered
  • was discovered
  • had discovered
_____ we read, _____ we know.
  • The most/ the most
  • Most/ most
  • The more/ the more
  • More/ more

He will buy a diamond ring for his wife _____.

  • after he had been paid the salary
  • until he was paid the salary
  • as soon as he is paid the salary
  • when he had been paid the salary

- "Would you like to join our volunteer team this summer?"

- "_____"

  • Yes, it is.
  • Yes, I do too.
  • Yes, I'd love to.
  • I'm very happy.

Hoa: "I think we should preserve traditional craft villages."

Mai: "_____"

  • Well done!
  • Congratulations!
  • Good job!
  • That’s a good idea!

Choose the underlined part that needs correction

Jim's knowledge about insects makes him an authoritarian person to consult for information about ants.

  • about
  • makes
  • authoritarian
  • to consult

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

The annual increase in the world’s population has peaked at about 88 million in the late 1980s.

  • The annual increase
  • world’s population
  • has peaked
  • about 88 million

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Since their establishment two years ago, the advice centre has seen over 500 people a week.

  • Since
  • their
  • the
  • a week

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

I can say for certain that your father will hit the ceiling when he finds out you’ve played truant.

  • destroy the house
  • get angry
  • become happy
  • repair the roof

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

A narrow passage led directly through the house into the garden.

  • wide
  • long
  • deep
  • high

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

They had to delay their trip because of the bad weather.

  • get through
  • put off
  • keep up with
  • go over

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

There is no evidence at this time that acupuncture can treat cancer itself.

  • clue
  • data
  • proof
  • sign

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

Around the age of sixteen, you must make one of the biggest decisions of your life. Do I stay on at school and hopefully, go on to university later? Do I leave and start work or begin a training ? The decision is yours, but it may be remembering two things: There is more unemployment among those haven't been to university, and people that have the right skills will have a big advantage in the competition for jobs. If you decide to go straight into a job, there are opportunities for training. Getting qualifications will help you get on more quickly in many careers, and evening classes allow you to learn you earn. Starting work and taking a break to study when you are older is another possibility. This way, you can save up money for your student days, as well as get practical work experience.

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

50 years back in time and even before that, in the absence of the Internet and various hi-tech toys, the entertainment world used to be so different from what it is nowadays. Running wild on the pastures, and bathing in the river, children back then saw nature as their playground and were curious to explore and enjoy it in their own creative ways. They found small objects around them to make toys. Boys used branches as swords for mock battles while girls used them as chopsticks to play imaginary restaurants. In this way, children enjoyed themselves on the way to school, during school breaks, and even when they were herding buffaloes. At that time, tug of war, hide and seek, and skipping were popular games. Some have even made it through to today.

The fact that those popular games which were meant to be played in groups made it easier and faster for children to make friends. Moreover, people rarely moved away from their hometown, so childhood bonds were even stronger as children grew up playing together all their life.

 
What is the passage mainly about?
  • Today's entertainment world
  • History of games and entertainment
  • Childhood bonds
  • Children's entertainment in the past

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

  • numerous
  • serious
  • dangerous
  • previous
According to the passage, which of the following is NOT a popular game in the past?
  • Hide-and-seek
  • Skipping
  • Tug of war
  • Card games
The word "They" in the passage refers to _____.
  • children
  • branches
  • chopsticks
  • toys

According to the passage, the activities in the past helped the children _____.

  • get better grades in middle schools
  • have better connection with their parents
  • improve their physical health
  • have less difficulty building their friendships

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

Today's grandparents are joining their grandchildren on social media, but the different generations' online habits couldn't be more different.

Sheila, aged 59, says, "I joined to see what my grandchildren are doing, as my daughter posts videos and photos of them. It's a much better way to see what they're doing than waiting for letters and photos in the post."

Ironically, Sheila's grandchildren are less likely to use Facebook themselves. Children under 17 in the UK are leaving it – only 2.2 million users are under 17 – but they're not going far from their smartphones. Chloe, aged 15, even sleeps with her phone. "It's my alarm clock so I have to," she says. "I look at it before I go to sleep and as soon as I wake up."

Unlike her grandmother's generation, Chloe's age group is spending so much time on their phones at home that they are missing out on spending time with their friends in real life. Sheila, on the other hand, has made contact with old friends from school she hasn't heard from in forty years. "We use Facebook to arrange to meet all over the country," she says. "It's changed my social life completely."

Peter, 38 and father of two teenagers, reports that he used to be on his phone or laptop constantly. "I was always connected and I felt like I was always working," he says. "How could I tell my kids to get off their phones if I was always in front of a screen myself?" So, in the evenings and at weekends, he takes his SIM card out of his smartphone and puts it into an old-style mobile phone that can only make calls and send text messages. "I'm not completely cut off from the world in case of emergencies, but the important thing is I'm setting a good example to my kids and spending more quality time with them."

Which of the following is NOT mentioned as a way Ms. Sheila uses social media?
  • Making contact with her old friends
  • Sending letters and photos to her friends
  • Seeing her grandchildren's videos and photos
  • Using Facebook to arrange meetings
What does the word "it" in paragraph 3 refer to?
  • Facebook
  • phone
  • alarm clock
  • the UK

The word "completely" in paragraph 4 mostly means _____.

  • slightly
  • totally
  • rapidly
  • quickly

How might Peter feel when he realized he was online all the time? 

  • shocked
  • satisfied
  • careless
  • bored

Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?

  • Mr. Peter hasn't changed the way he uses his phone at weekends.
  • Grandparents don't think that digital devices have affected their social life.
  • All parents have no intention of returning to older technology.
  • Many teenagers under 17 in the U.K can't stay away from their phones.

The phrase "setting a good example" in paragraph 5 mostly means _____.

  • making a mistake
  • learning from a mistake
  • following a good model
  • acting as a good model
What is the best title of the passage?
  • Digital Devices in Teenagers' Study
  • Digital Habits across Generations
  • Digital Habits of Parents
  • Digital Devices in Education

Choose the sentence CLOSEST in meaning to the sentence given.

You are not obliged to have an operation.

  • You needn't have an operation.
  • You can't have an operation.
  • You mustn't have an operation.
  • You shouldn't have an operation.

Choose the sentence CLOSEST in meaning to the sentence given.

Charlie said, "I haven't seen Bill for a while".

  • He said that he hadn't seen Bill for a while.
  • He said that I haven't seen Bill for a while.
  • He said that he hasn't seen Bill for a while.
  • He said that I hadn't seen Bill for a while.

Choose the sentence closest in meaning to the sentence given.

The last time I met him was last year.

  • I have not met him since last year.
  • I have not met him for last year.
  • I had no meeting with him last year.
  • I have met him for a year.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

She received the exam results. She immediately phoned her mom.

  • She immediately phoned her mom that she would receive the exam results.
  • No sooner had she received the exam results than she phoned her mom.
  • No sooner had she phoned her mom than she received the exam results.
  • She received the exam results immediately after she phoned her mom.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

It rains so much. The garden's turned to mud.

  • I wish it had rained so much.
  • I wish it hadn’t rained so much.
  • If only it had rained so much.
  • I wish it didn't rain so much.