Đề số 20 ôn thi tốt nghiệp THPT môn Tiếng Anh

4/28/2022 2:53:02 PM

The more difficult the games are, _____ excited the children are.

 
  • the more
  • more
  • most
  • most of

The match was canceled _____ the bad weather.

  • since
  • because of
  • despite
  • even though

The church _____ about 100 years ago.

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

We both gave him _____ the same advice on where to buy a good laptop.

  • suddenly
  • exactly
  • previously
  • clearly

I feel sick so it’s better for me to stay _____ home.

 
  • into
  • at
  • under
  • in
He fell down when he _____ towards the church.
  • run
  • runs
  • was running
  • ran

_____, the product has made great profits for the company.

  • Since having sold internationally
  • Since selling internationally
  • Since sold internationally
  • Since was sold internationally
_____, she will hold a party to celebrate the event.
  • When Sofia was moving into her new house
  • When Sofia had moved into her new house
  • When Sofia moved into her new house
  • When Sofia moves into her new house

If the waves are big enough, we'll _____ surfing.

 
  • make
  • do
  • go
  • have

Our firm is so successful because it is at the cutting _____ of computer technology.

  • fringe
  • limit
  • verge
  • edge

Hoa will _____ her younger brother when her parents are away from home.

  • look up
  • look at
  • look forward to
  • look after

Your mother doesn’t like drinking coffee, _____?

  • does she
  • isn’t she
  • is she
  • doesn’t she

Tourists are impressed by the _____ of Vietnamese people.

  • friendly
  • friendliness
  • friend
  • friendship

She wore a ______ dress.

  • long blue lovely
  • lovely long blue
  • long lovely blue
  • blue lovely long

The deputy director _____ the responsibility for organizing meetings and conferences.

  • makes
  • becomes
  • takes
  • gets

Sue and Peter are in the office.

Sue: "You have read that article on the website, haven't you?"

Peter: "_____"

  • Not yet. Why?
  • Sure thanks.
  • Yes, of course. I will.
  • Not at all! Go ahead.

Fiana and Fallon are talking about the weather.

- Fiana: "Isn't it going to rain tonight?"

- Fallon: "_____."

  • Yes, it isn't.
  • I hope not
  • I don't hope so
  • No, it is

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

  • cover
  • control
  • provide
  • remote

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

 
  • commercial
  • decisive
  • powerful
  • electric

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

  • believed
  • impressed
  • enjoyed
  • consumed

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

 
  • hate

  • face

  • make

  • dance

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

We are very anxious about the result of the exam.

 
  • careful
  • worried
  • excited
  • indifferent

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

In Vietnam, the school year often starts on September 5th.

  • begins
  • arrives
  • ends
  • finishes

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

In the first two decades of its existence, the cinema developed quickly.

  • leisurely
  • shortly
  • weakly
  • slowly

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

She's a bit down in the dumps because she's got to take her exams again.

 
  • sad
  • embarrassed
  • confident
  • happy

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

He buys me a big teddy bear on my birthday last week.

  • buys
  • me
  • on
  • birthday

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

The children left his game and came running to greet us.

 
  • his
  • running
  • greet
  • us

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Mary Rinehart was a pioneer in the field of journalist in the early twentieth century.

  • a pioneer
  • field
  • journalist
  • in the early

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

Olga handed in her exam paper. She then realised that she had missed one question.

  • Having realised that she had missed one question, Olga handed in her exam paper.
  • Not until Olga had handed in her exam paper did she realise that she had missed one question.
  • Had Olga realised that she had missed one question, she wouldn't hand in her exam paper.
  • Only after Olga realised that she had missed one question did she hand in her exam paper.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences..

Marie didn’t turn up at John’s birthday party. I feel so sorry for that.

 
  • If only Marie turn up at John’s birthday party.
  • I wish Marie had turned up at John’s birthday party.
  • I wished Marie wouldn’t turn up at John’s birthday party.
  • It’s a shame Marie had turned up at John’s birthday party.
Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to this sentence.

The teacher doesn’t allow students to speak when she’s speaking.

  • Students are allowed to speak when the teacher is speaking.
  • Students couldn’t speak when the teacher is speaking.
  • Students don’t have to speak when the teacher is speaking.
  • Students mustn’t speak when the teacher is speaking.

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

"I can answer the teacher's question," Peter said.

 
  • Peter said that I can't answer the teacher's question.
  • Peter said that I could answer the teacher's question.
  • Peter said that he could answer the teacher's question.
  • Peter said that he can't answer the teacher's question.

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

The last time I saw Rose was three years ago.

 
  • I haven’t seen Rose since three years.
  • I haven’t seen Rose three years ago.
  • I didn’t see Rose for three years.
  • I haven’t seen Rose for three years.

Read the text below and choose the correct answer best fits each gap.

E-mail and chat rooms let children communicate with friends and family members. They can also allow children to connect with people that they have never met in . Knowing a little about each of these communication services can help parents keep children safer while online.

Through e-mail, can easily send and receive messages. These messages may also have text, audio, and picture files attached. Signing up for an e-mail account is simple most services offer them for free. Sometimes those messages contain viruses or other inappropriate content, so parents should warn children to be wary of e-mails from unknown people.

Chat rooms are online hang-out spots anyone can talk about anything - current events, books, and other common interests. hot trends in social networks are also interesting topics to talk about. Users often do not know each other in real life, so it is important that parents keep a close eye on the content of any conversations.

 

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

Pollution can be seen not only throughout the world but also in our own homes. It comes from household chemicals, the number of water people use and the waste people produce and throw away. What can be done to stop this pollution? Surprisingly, a person can help save the environment by doing simple things.

First, we need to recycle, which allows products to be used over and over again. Recycling can also reduce the number of trees cut down to produce paper products. It takes very little effort. It is not hard to place plastic and glass bottles, aluminum cans and paper in a bin.

Second, we need to watch the amount of water used in the home. It can be conserved by taking a short shower instead of baths, repairing leaky faucets, using the dishwasher or washing machine only when fully loaded, or simply turning the faucet off while brushing your teeth.

Third, we need to reduce waste. We need to recycle whenever possible, but should also try to use this waste effectively. For example, grass clippings and food scraps can be made into compost for plants.

 

What is the passage mainly about?

  • The importance of water in our life
  • How to reduce waste in a family
  • Different ways to save our environment
  • What you should do to recycle your waste

The word "simple" is closest in meaning to ______.

  • hard
  • easy
  • usual
  • funny

The word “It” in paragraph 2 refers to _____.

  • recycling
  • the number
  • cutting down
  • effort

In order to save water, we can do all of the following things except _____.

  • turn the faucet off while brushing teeth
  • repair leaky faucets
  • always use the washing machine
  • take short showers instead of baths

According to the passage, what should we do with waste?

  • Trying to use fewer plastic bags to store food
  • Throwing it somewhere near your house
  • Burying it under your garden
  • Using it for other purposes if possible

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

Life in the big city is fast-paced, fun and exciting. There are countless job opportunities and activities to occupy your time. However, with the good, there are also comes the bad.

Although the big city has more job opportunities; there are also more people competing for a single job. This can make your job search frustrating. Oddly enough, you will see hundreds, if not thousands of jobs available each week, but you still might remain unemployed, especially when the economy is down.

In addition, the cost of living is typically higher in big cities, and it can cost you an arm and a leg for a small apartment in a decent area of the city, not to mention other costs to fulfill your basic demands. Diversity is a good thing, but the number of people can be a bit overwhelming if you are not accustomed to it. There will always be crowds and always be people around. Moreover, traffic can be a nightmare in the big city. It can get so bad that it can turn you into an evil person. If you hate driving in traffic, then the big city life is not for you.

Heavy traffic also contributes to pollution, which is one of the biggest disadvantages of living in the city. Obviously, our health is affected most by certain diseases relating to the respiratory system and other body parts. A lot of premature deaths are supposed to be the result of long-term exposure to small particles.

Most importantly, there is always more crime in a big city, causing you second case of your decision for living in a big city. You are much more likely to be a victim of a crime living in a big city than in a small town.

 

What is the passage mainly about?

  • The disadvantages when living in big cities
  • How to deal with problems in big cities
  • Long-term effects of big cities on your health
  • The reasons why you should live in big cities

The word "good" in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to _____.

  • improvement
  • impact
  • result
  • advantage

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

  • satisfying
  • discouraging
  • interesting
  • disappointing

Big cities are always ______.

 
  • clean and nice
  • good places to live
  • full of people
  • making you feel relaxed

The word "It" in paragraph 3 refers to _____.

 
  • traffic
  • nightmare
  • the big city
  • an evil person

Which of the following statements is NOT true?

  • Big cities cost people living there a lot of money for basic demands.
  • People have to compete with others to get a job when living in big cities.
  • Going around a big city to get some fresh air can be good for your health.
  • Living in a big city is not suitable for people who don't like driving in traffic.

What can be inferred about crime in big cities?

 
  • It is likely to reduce in the future.
  • It is not a problem that need attention.
  • It is not as serious as that in small towns.
  • It is a serious problem in big cities.