Đề thi thử tốt nghiệp THPT năm 2022 đợt 1 - Trường THPT Chuyên ĐH Vinh

5/10/2022 2:18:35 PM

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

  • heated

  • watched

  • laughed

  • danced

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

  • rice

  • flight

  • hint

  • mind

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

  • apprentice
  • objection
  • pollutant
  • traveler

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

  • modern
  • direct
  • lucky
  • eager

 _____ I get, the more I realize what really matters in life.

  • Oldest
  • The oldest
  • More old
  • The older

The coming of the Internet _____ a dramatic change in people's leisure activities.

  • held on
  • took up
  • brought about
  • carried out

You cannot enter the room _____ you have the password. 

  • because
  • unless
  • despite
  • if

_____ may develop if the drug is not properly used. 

  • Complications
  • Surgeries
  • Check-ups
  • Exposures

_____ the new CEO of the company, she spent much time talking to every single employee. 

  • Becoming
  • Having became
  • Have been become
  • Having become

Martin is a great collector who possesses many _____ plates. 

  • large Italian ceramic
  • Italian large ceramic
  • large ceramic Italian
  • Italian ceramic large

All contributions for the poor in Mu Cang Chai must be received _____ 1st August.

  • in
  • at
  • by
  • with

Our government has _____ active measures to prevent the spread of the disease. 

  • made
  • done
  • paid
  • taken

VinFast is _____ first Vietnamese car brand to enter global markets.

  • a
  • no article
  • the
  • an

Jane's parents will certainly go _____ when she buys them a present with her first salary.

  • apples
  • oranges
  • cucumbers
  • bananas

Someone has just arrived, _____ ?

  • doesn't he
  • does he
  • haven't they
  • have they

I wasn't surprised at his response, it was perfectly _____.

  • understood
  • understanding
  • understandably
  • understandable

That rising star won't appear in the commercial _____.

  • until the contract has been signed
  • once the contract will be signed
  • after the contract was signed
  • when the contract had been signed

_____ wisdom has it that higher oil prices are bad for economic growth. 

  • Great
  • Popular
  • Complex
  • Modern

While Peter _____ last night, he got a nightmare.

  • slept
  • had slept
  • is sleeping
  • was sleeping

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

There are two choices available to you: work hard on improving your grades or consider changing your course.

  • decisions
  • methods
  • options
  • roads

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

It is usually economical to buy washing powder in large quantities. 

  • money-saving
  • money-wasting
  • time-saving
  • time-consuming

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

The trees were bare and leafless, but the snow made them a sight for sore eyes. 

  • an unpleasant thing to see
  • poor eyesight
  • good eyesight
  • a pleasant thing to see

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

Council members strongly objected to plans to sell off the land, didn't they? 

  • disagreed
  • approved
  • refused
  • argued

Minh and Nguyen are talking about an accident.

- Minh: "No one was seriously injured in the crash last night."  

- Nguyen: "_____!"

  • Thanks a lot
  • Never mind
  • What a relief
  • Poor them

Trang is asking Ngoc for something to eat. 

- Trang: "Can I have some of your popcorn?" 

- Ngoc: "_____" 

  • Here you go.
  • Same to you.
  • Don't mention it.
  • None of your business.

Read the passage then choose the correct answer to fill in each blank.

According to a recent study of teenagers, of them do not do housework just for pocket money. While many do household chores because they see it as a way of getting ready for adult life, others feel they have a to help their parents because it is fair, especially if their parents work. 

More than two-thirds of the young people were surveyed clean floors at least once a week and more than 80% regularly set the table for meals or do the washing-up. Girls are more likely than boys to wash their own clothes. 

There are, a few teens who only do the housework because they are made to by their parents. They argue that they should not be expected to help out at home because in their view, their teenage years are a period which should be enjoyed rather than with household responsibilities.  

(Adapted from Complete First for Schools by Guy Brook-Hart)

Read the passage and answer the questions.

Humans have always been searching for quicker and easier ways to get around. About 10,000 years ago, we built canoes made from logs of wood, while on land we started tiding horses around 4.000 BC. Roughly 500 years later, we invented the wheel, which led to carts and wagons, and at almost the same time, the Egyptians invented the sailing boat.

Up until the 18th century, most people travelled by sailing boat, horse or stagecoach, but in 1769, there was a major breakthrough when the Scottish inventor James Watt invented the steam engine. In 1783, the French inventor Claude de Jouffroy used this to build the first steamboat, and in 1804 the Englishman Richard Trevithick constructed the first steam-powered train. Railways helped carry coal around Britain and were an important part of the Industrial Revolution.

Another major breakthrough came when Karl Benz built the first working car in 1885. Then, in 1903, Orville and Wilbur Wright built the first aeroplane. These two inventions shaped the 20th century. Over time, cars and plane travel became cheaper so that by the 70s a lot of families owned a car and many were holidaying abroad.

Nowadays, companies are developing self-driving cars and we will soon be able to take trips into space. The fascinating story of transportation continues and who knows how we'll be getting around in the future.

(Adapted from On-Screen Bl by Jenny Dooley and Virginia Evans)

What is the passage mainly about? 

  • Development Trends of Transportation
  • Positive Changes to Transportation
  • Key Inventors in Transportation
  • Impacts of Transportation over Time

Which of the following is NOT mentioned in paragaph 1 as early means of transport?

  • wagons
  • canoes
  • horses
  • trains

The word "this" in paragraph 2 refers to ______.

  • steamboat
  • steam engine
  • breakthrough
  • inventor

The word "holidaying" in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to ______.

  • travelling
  • studying
  • working
  • exercising

According to the passage, most of the breakthroughs in transportation came _____.

  • after the 20th century
  • more than 10,000 years ago
  • before the 19th century
  • from the 18th century onwards

Read the passage and answer the questions.

A survey into the media habits of teenagers in the USA reveals some surprising statistics. The average teenager spends an incredible eleven hours each day on their mobile phones, computers, games consoles or TVs. That's more hours than they are awake outside school time! How are they able to do this? The answer, of course, is multitasking.

The results of the survey came as no surprise to fifteen-year-old participant Jake Kendall. He told researchers that he multitasked every second that he was online. He said that he was completing their survey at the same time as watching a TV show, chatting to friends online, and reading reviews of the latest film releases. For sixteen-year-old Malisa Sanchez, the survey simply confined the facts. She said that she had watched two hours of TV in the three hours since the end of school, and also researched her homework about volcanoes played an online game for two hours and arranged her weekend plans by texting friends.

Some experts are worried about the survey results. Sylvia de Lupis of the Family Action Institute told our reporter that teenagers would have difficulties because of their multitasking habits. She added that, as adults, they would struggle to focus their attention. However, Dr. Michael Rich from the Center on Media and Child Health said that worries about multitasking had become pointless a long time ago and that high levels of media use were now a part of young people's environment, 'like the air that they breathe, the water that they drink and the food that they eat'.


(Adapted from Insight by Jayne Wildman and Fiona Beddall) 

Which of the following is the best title for the passage? 

  • Teens: More Media Use Than Hours in The Day
  • The Art of Multitasking: A to Z for Teens
  • Teens: Learning through Media
  • Multitasking - Part of Teens' Everyday Life

According to paragraph 1, which device may not be used daily by teens? 

  • game consoles
  • televisions
  • e-book readers
  • phones

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

  • comments
  • plots
  • discussions
  • complaints

The word "they" in paragraph 3 refers to ______

  • habits
  • adults
  • difficulties
  • teenagers

The word "pointless" in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to _____ 

  • useful
  • invaluable
  • worthless
  • ineffective

Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage? 

  • An average teen in America spends nearly half a day using media.
  • Malisa Sanchez could complete her school assignment and relax at the same time.
  • Dr Michael Rich expected teenagers to get distracted due to multitasking.
  • Frequent media use is possibly a matter of course to young people.

Which of the following can be inferred from the passage? 

  • Family Action Institute must work to stop multitasking.
  • Young people should concentrate on only one medium at a time.
  • Jake Kendall and Marisa Sanchez got good academic results.
  • Youngsters' multitasking habits in media use meet with mixed reactions from the public.

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Among the world's 44 richest countries, there had been almost no war since 1945. 

  • Among
  • richest
  • had
  • since

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Another summer is coming, so let's just relax and enjoy themselves. 

  • Another
  • is coming
  • and
  • themselves

Choose the underlined part that needs correction. 

Basically speaking, firefighters wear protected clothing to reduce the risk of being burned. 

  • Basically
  • protected
  • to reduce
  • of

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

"I will leave most of my fortunes to charity," she said. 

  • She said that she will leave most of her fortunes to charity.
  • She said that she would leave most of her fortunes to charity.
  • She said that I would leave most of my fortunes to charity.
  • She said that I will leave most of my fortunes to charity.

Choose the sentence CLOSEST in meaning to the sentence given.

The last time they traveled with each other was two years ago. 

  • They didn't travel with each other two years ago.
  • They traveled with each other for two years.
  • They have traveled with each other since two years ago.
  • They haven't traveled with each other for two years.

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

It is compulsory for you to show your COVID-19 vaccination certificate on your arrival.

  • You can't show your COVID-19 vaccination certificate on your arrival.
  • You needn't show your COVID-19 vaccination certificate on your arrival.
  • You must show your COVID-19 vaccination certificate on your arrival.
  • You should show your COVID-19 vaccination certificate on your arrival.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

I put my smartphone on the table. The recruiter then called me back. 

  • Only after the recruiter had called me back did I put my smartphone on the table.
  • Had it not been for the recruiter's call, I wouldn't have put my smartphone on the table.
  • Not only did the recruiter call me back but I also put my smartphone on the table.
  • Hardly had I put my smartphone on the table when the recruiter called me back.

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

They intend to establish a bank of information. It will be accessible to the public. 

  • They intend to establish a bank of information which will be accessible to the public.
  • A bank of information that will be accessible to the public they intend to establish.
  • The public intend to establish a bank of information which will be accessible.
  • They intend to establish a bank of information where the public will be accessible.