Đề số 22 ôn thi tốt nghiệp THPT môn Tiếng Anh

4/29/2022 11:00:05 AM

_____ your skin is, the more vulnerable it is.

 
  • More sensitive
  • The more sensitive
  • Less sensitive
  • The most sensitive
Many animal species are under threat of extinction _____ widespread deforestation.
  • because
  • despite
  • because of
  • although

The final examination will be held _____ May 9th.

  • in
  • at
  • on
  • to
He _____ in the cafe when she came.
  • sat
  • has sat
  • has been sitting
  • was sitting

The mobile phone is an effective means of _____ in the world nowadays.

  • communicated
  • communication
  • communicate
  • communicative

I used to _____ ice-skating every Tuesday.

 
  • play
  • go
  • do
  • take

She wore _____ at the party last night.

  • a long wedding white dress
  • a white long wedding dress
  • a wedding white long dress
  • a long white wedding dress

_____ in large quantities in the Middle East, oil became known as black gold because of the large profit it brought.

  • That when discovered
  • Discovered
  • Discovering
  • which was discovered

The phonograph _____ by Thomas Edison in 1877.

  • is invented
  • be invented
  • invented
  • was invented
Why do I always _____ the short straw?
  • draw
  • pull
  • drag
  • pluck
_____, she will hold a party to celebrate the event.
  • When Sofia moves into her new house
  • When Sofia had moved into her new house
  • When Sofia moved into her new house
  • When Sofia was moving into her new house

Harrison’s greatest attribute is his ability to work _____ pressure.

  • within
  • under
  • in
  • on

It's _____ that Luke had a good day because of the huge smile on his face.

 
  • essential
  • obvious
  • doubtful
  • unlikely

He cycles to work every day, _____?

  • didn’t he
  • did he
  • does he
  • doesn’t he

We must look _____ this problem and try to find a solution.

 
  • out
  • up to
  • into
  • with

Tom: "Have a nice weekend!" 

Tim: "_____"

  • You are the same.
  • The same to you!
  • So do I.
  • Will you?

Peter is talking to Sarah about the meeting.

Peter: "Is everybody happy with the decision?"

Sarah: "_____"

  • Not really.
  • No. Have you?
  • Yes, it is a certainty.
  • That sounds like fun.

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

  • region
  • temple
  • design
  • climate

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

  • elephant
  • continent
  • computer
  • cinema
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • depended
  • divided
  • impressed
  • instructed
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
  • deaf

     
  • head

     
  • bread

     
  • meat

     

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

She never attempted to explain her behaviour to her family.

 
  • decided
  • tried
  • refused
  • agreed

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

I'm always nervous before taking the final examination.

  • pleased
  • worried
  • serious
  • glad

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

Becoming fluent in a foreign language will bring many advantages to everybody.

  • benefits
  • drawbacks
  • conditions
  • faults

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

The captain ordered the soldiers to gather on the double even though they were sleeping.

  • slowly
  • immediately
  • intensively
  • willingly

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Lucy forgets to lock the office door yesterday afternoon.

  • forgets
  • the
  • door
  • afternoon

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Many miners have suffered from the effects of coal dust in his lungs.

 
  • Many
  • from
  • effects
  • his

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

They often go to bed early and never get up lately.

  • often
  • bed early
  • get up
  • lately

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

I arrived at work. The assistant knocked at the door.

 
  • Hardly had I arrived at work then the assistant knocked at the door.
  • No sooner had I arrived at work than the assistant knocked at the door.
  • I hardly knew the assistant knocked at the door as I just arrived at work.
  • I had to arrived at work as the assistant knocked at the door.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

Jack dropped out of school at the age of 15. He now regrets it.

  • Jack regrets not having dropped out of school when he was 15.
  • If only Jack had dropped out of school when he was 15.
  • If Jack dropped out of school when he was 15, he would regret it.
  • Jack wishes he hadn’t dropped out of school when he was 15.

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to the following sentence.

It’s essential that you be on time for the exam.

 
  • You can be late for the exam.
  • You mustn’t be late for the exam.
  • You don’t need to be on time for the exam.
  • You should be late for the exam.

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to the following sentence.

"I will visit my grandma this Saturday," Ann said.

 
  • Ann said that she would visit my grandma that Saturday.
  • Ann said that she will visit my grandma this Saturday.
  • Ann said that she will visit her grandma this Saturday.
  • Ann said that she would visit her grandma that Saturday.

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to the following sentence.

The last time he met his parents was one month ago.

  • He last met his parents since one month ago.
  • The last time he didn't meet his parents was one month ago.
  • It's one month since he hasn't met his parents.
  • He hasn't met his parents for one month.

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

Technology in the home

There have been so many inventions over the last twenty years or so that have had an enormous on our life. Take, smartphones, as an example. In fact, you could say that our lives have totally changed due to the internet and all the technology that has appeared it. When you stop to think about it, how many hours a week do you sit at your computer, typing on your keyboard? I think you would be shocked at the amount of time you spend using technology in the home.

People of all ages are beginning to depend on the internet for things and it is more than likely that you are spending two to three whole days a week doing some kind of activity online. Maybe it's time to turn off the computer and have a nice, face-to-face with your friends, family or colleagues.

(Adapted from Simply PET Preliminary for School)

Read the following passage and choose the best answer to each question.

The use of computer and the Internet allows people to work at home instead of traveling to work. For example, a journalist who lives in a remote part of the world can still submit his articles on time for the next day's newspaper. The Internet allows businesses to communicate with customers and workers in any part of the world for the cost of a local telephone call. E-mail allows users to send documents, pictures, and other data from one part of the world to another in at most 5 minutes. The Internet is providing a lot of new business opportunities. Some businesses are advertising their products on the Internet. People can use the Internet to do the shopping. This saves a lot of time. It is possible to use the Internet for education - students may connect with their teachers from home to send or receive e-mail or talk about their problems "online" rather than attend a class.

 

What is the passage mainly about?

  • Applications of the Internet in education
  • How to use Internet and computer
  • Why people use Internet to communicate
  • Advantages of Internet and computer

The word "remote" is closest in meaning to _____.

  • significant
  • distant
  • central
  • small
It takes _____ to do the shopping on the Internet.
  • a lot of time
  • much time
  • less time
  • more time

The word "their" refers to _____.

  • some businesses'
  • new business opportunities'
  • people's
  • products'

According to the passage, which of the following statements is NOT true?

  • It takes more than 5 minutes to send data by e-mail.
  • Thanks to the Internet, people can work without going to the office.
  • The Internet can be used for education.
  • The Internet is a cheap way to communicate with people in the world.

Read the following passage and choose the best answer to each question.

What's the problem with British teenagers? Many British newspapers and TV programmes are asking this question at the moment. A lot of people are saying that there are problems with teenagers at school, on the streets and in their homes. Why? What, or who, is responsible for these problems? A recent BBC television series explores these questions. It's called 'The world's strictest parents'. Is that because British parents are very strict? Just the opposite, it seems. The director of the programme, Andrea Wiseman, explains why they are making it. She thinks that in the United Kingdom teenagers pay no attention to adults. They don't want to do well at school. They think they can do what they like and they are only interested in new fashions and Hollywood celebrities.

Why are British teenagers like this? Wiseman says it's because their parents give their children everything they can. But they give their children no limits, no rules, no discipline because they want their children to be 'free'. They don't tell their children to work hard because they don't want their kids to have any stress. The problem with this is that parents give their sons and daughters no cultural values. When teenagers do something bad and their parents say something, they immediately say 'My parents are really strict' or 'My parents aren't fair'.

So what happens in the TV programme? Some problematic British teenagers go and live with parents in different parts of the world. They live with families that believe in traditional discipline and cultural values. In Ghana, Jamaica, Botswana and the southern us state of Alabama, the teenagers have the experience of living with parents who want and expect good behaviour and hard work. The results are interesting. In the end, the British teenagers seem to prefer having strict parents!

 

The passage is mainly about _____.

 
  • The ways British parents teach their children
  • A TV programme to look into the problems of British teenagers
  • An entertainment programme for teenagers all over the world
  • The methods to deal with problems of teenagers

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

 
  • invents
  • investigates
  • looks
  • gives

Which of the following is NOT TRUE about British teenagers according to Wiseman?

  • They think that they have freedom to do anything they like.
  • They show their interest in new fashions.
  • They pay much attention to their parents.
  • They don't want to do well at school.

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

  • famous people
  • talented people
  • rich people
  • good people

In Wiseman's opinion, British parents _____.

 
  • aren't easy-going but very strict
  • always require their children to work hard
  • try to teach their children cultural values
  • don't force their children to follow any rule

The word "they" in paragraph 2 refers to _____.

  • cultural values
  • parents
  • teenagers
  • problems

What can be inferred from the passage?

 
  • Teenagers often don't react when their parents talk about the bad things they do.
  • British teenagers taking part in the TV programme don't want to have strict parents.
  • The TV programme provides teenagers with situations different from their daily life.
  • People pay no attention to the problems of British teenagers in their homes.