Đề số 16 ôn thi tốt nghiệp THPT môn Tiếng Anh

4/26/2022 10:35:58 PM

Mia will have her birthday party _____ Friday evening.

  • in
  • on
  • before
  • at

Mom was angry because the children were playing _____ upstairs.

  • safely
  • happily
  • quietly
  • noisily

My mother has bought a _____ bag.

  • new black Japanese
  • black Japanese new
  • new Japanese black
  • Japanese new black

While I _____ for tomorrow's game, a neighbor came to visit me.

  • am practicing
  • will practice
  • was practicing
  • have practiced

_____, the Garden Cafe is relaxing and comfortable.

  • Have covered in plants and vines
  • Covered in plants and vines
  • Covering in plants and vines
  • Is covered in plants and vines

When the new park _____, I’ll go there every day.

 
  • opens
  • opened
  • has opened
  • open
It was Martin who _____ the initiative in introducing our guests to the princess.
  • adopted
  • took
  • led
  • pursued

The national park _____ about 200 years ago.

  • is built
  • was built
  • will be built
  • has been built

I use Facebook only for ten minutes a day _____ it's time-consuming to spend much time on it.

  • in spite of
  • because of
  • because
  • however

Mrs. Loan goes jogging around the Hoan Kiem Lake every morning, _____ she?

  • didn't
  • can't
  • doesn't
  • isn't

He became one of the most _____ actors in Vietnam.

  • successful
  • success
  • successfully
  • successive

I'm _____ the bus to Portsmouth later today.

  • doing
  • taking
  • making
  • having

I know his name, but I can't recall it at the moment. It's on the tip of my _____.

  • brain
  • tongue
  • mind
  • memory
_____ you love English, the better you can learn it.
  • Most
  • More
  • The more
  • Most of
The water supply of the building was _____ off because the pipes burst.
  • taken
  • held
  • cut
  • paid

Ann: "Would you like to have lunch with us?"

Beck: "_____."

  • Thank you
  • Yes, I'd love to
  • Not at all
  • You are welcome

Tom's in the doctor's office because he doesn't feel well with his stomach.

Doctor: "Remember not to eat fast. It's not good for your health."

Patient: "_____"

  • All right, I won't. Thanks, doctor.
  • It's OK. I will.
  • Thanks for your suggestion.
  • I'm sorry. I have eaten so much fat.

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

  • reduce
  • answer
  • provide
  • suggest
Choose the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress.
  • beautiful
  • difficult
  • effective
  • different
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • bag

     
  • hat

     
  • match

     
  • ball

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

     
  • ordered

     
  • escaped

     
  • impressed

     

Choose the word CLOSEST in meaning the underlined word.

I am very much interested in learning more about ecotourism and its benefits.

 
  • disadvantages
  • problems
  • dangers
  • advantages

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

We should go to the mountainous area to enjoy some fresh air at the weekend.

  • windy
  • rainy
  • unpolluted
  • polluted

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

There are fears that the government is planning to attack neighbouring countries.

 
  • strike
  • visit
  • defend
  • rule

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

I've had a look at the dresses in the new boutique, but they're nothing to write home about.

  • unfamiliar
  • really special
  • not impressive
  • extremely tedious

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

She has disappeared three days ago, and they are still looking for her now.

 
  • has disappeared
  • and
  • are still
  • for her

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Chicago’s Sears Tower, now the tallest building in the world, rises 1,522 feet from the ground to the top of it antenna.

  • now
  • rises
  • feet
  • it

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Our grandfather, who had an excellent memory when young, has become very forgettable in recent years due to his old age.

  • excellent
  • when young
  • forgettable
  • old age

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

Smoking is strictly forbidden at petrol stations. There is no exception whatsoever.

  • At no time were people allowed to smoke at petrol stations.
  • On no occasion are people banned from smoking at petrol stations.
  • By no means are people banned from smoking at petrol stations.
  • Under no circumstances are people allowed to smoke at petrol stations.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

Susan did not buy that villa. She now regrets it.

 
  • Susan wishes she had bought that villa.
  • Susan regrets having bought that villa.
  • If only Susan didn’t buy that villa.
  • Susan wished she hadn’t bought that villa.

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

You are not allowed to wear casual clothes to school.

 
  • You may wear casual clothes to school if we like.
  • You should wear casual clothes to school.
  • You needn't wear casual clothes to school.
  • You mustn't wear casual clothes to school.

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

"I'm going on a picnic tomorrow," he said.

 
  • He said that I was going on a picnic tomorrow.
  • He said that he was going on a picnic tomorrow.
  • He said that I am going on a picnic the following day.
  • He said that he was going on a picnic the following day.

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

Fiona has typed the report for an hour.

  • Fiona will finish typing the report in an hour.
  • It takes Fiona an hour to type the report.
  • Fiona started to type the report an hour ago.
  • Fiona finished the report an hour ago.

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

HEALTH PASSPORTS

The term health passport, or health pass, generally refers to documents - in paper or digital format - that certifies a person is unlikely to either or spread a disease.

With the new and strange COVID-19, the proposed certificates would give a clear proof of one of three things: that the holder has been vaccinated, has tested negative for the virus or has from it. Their use could allow governments to lift some pandemic-induced restrictions, which do not let people travel in planes, attend concerts, go to work or eat out.

An increasing number of governments around the world are pushing for vaccine passports to open up travel again. countries have already used vaccine passports for both internal and external travel. there is a fear that vaccine passports will prevent people in nations will not get vaccines for months, or even years, from travelling.

 

Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.

In the early years of television, educational specialists believed that it would be very useful in teaching and learning. Many schools have brought television sets, intending to use them effectively to improve the quality of education; but actually, they are rarely used properly in classrooms. Meanwhile, children spend the majority of their out-of-school hours watching TV and their typical school days proceed as if television did not exist.

There are some explanations for the failure of television to get the interest of the teachers. Firstly, the schools that purchased television sets have not set aside money for equipment repairs and maintenance so these television sets are sooner and later out of work. Secondly, these schools have not found an effective way to train teachers to integrate television into their ongoing instructional programs. Lastly, most teachers do not regard the quality of television and its usefulness in the classroom.

Teachers at the schools work hard for at least twelve years to train their students to become good readers. However, according to recent statistics, teenagers seldom spend their free time reading books and newspapers but watching television instead.

The text is about _____.

  • the use of television at schools
  • teaching and learning television
  • educational specialists
  • watching TV outside school

When TV first appeared, educational specialists _____.

  • did not appreciate it
  • did not think it would be useful
  • believed it would be useful for schooling
  • banned children from watching TV

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

  • possible
  • important
  • efficient
  • strange

According to the text, which of the following statement is NOT true?

  • Teenagers prefer watching TV to reading books.
  • TV has been used effectively by teachers in classrooms.
  • TV isn't highly considered by most teachers in teaching.
  • Schools don't pay attention to TVs after buying them.

The word “it” in the first paragraph refers to _____.

  • education specialists
  • quality of education
  • television
  • early years

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

Most people need some preparation before they are ready for the workforce, and planning should begin long before it is time to start a career.

Many high school students don't yet know what they want to do. High school is a great time to start thinking about careers. Settling on just one occupation in high school isn't necessary, but they should know how to explore careers and put time into investigating them and learning about their skills and interests.

Understanding what you enjoy and what you are good at is the first step in exploring careers. It is important to think about what you like to do because work will eventually be a big part of your life. Once you have thought about the subjects and activities you like best, the next step is to look for careers that put those interests to use. If you love sports, for example, you might consider a career as a gym teacher, or coach.

Another approach to identifying potential career interests is to consider local employers and the types of jobs they have. There are many jobs in manufacturing and healthcare near the high school. Talking directly to workers can help you get information about what they do. If you don't know workers in occupations that interest you, ask people such as your parents, friends, or teacher for their contacts.

If job shadowing gives you a taste of what an occupation is like, imagine how helpful getting experience could be. Students can begin getting career-related experiences in high school through internships, employment, and other activities. Completing an internship is an excellent way to get experience. Internships are temporary, supervised assignments designed to give students practical job training.

 
Which could be the best title for the passage?
  • The best time to start thinking about career
  • Career path for high school students
  • How to get a job in a local company
  • Part-time job for high school students
High school is a great time for students to _____.
  • identify their skills and interests
  • find a job in a big company
  • decide their future job or career
  • start their careers as soon as they can
The benefit of investigating the subjects and activities you like best is that _____.
  • you can easily choose the suitable career path
  • you can do whatever you want before start work
  • you can learn about yourself and your interests
  • you can put your interests into activities at school
The word “them” in paragraph 2 refers to _____.
  • careers
  • career-related experiences
  • high school students
  • students' interests
Which of the following is NOT mentioned as the way to identify career interests?
  • talking with your parents, friends, or teachers about careers
  • investigating the local employers and the types of jobs they offer
  • studying the subjects and activities you like best
  • having contacts with workers in the sector you are interested in
The word “internships” in paragraph 5 is CLOSEST in meaning to _____.
  • sponsorships
  • traineeships
  • part-time employees
  • volunteers

The word “temporary” in paragraph 5 is closest in meaning to _____.

 
  • top-ranking
  • special
  • short-term
  • dangerous