Đề số 23 ôn thi tốt nghiệp THPT môn Tiếng Anh

4/29/2022 11:02:45 AM

You have cleaned your bike, _____?

  • don't you
  • haven't you
  • have you
  • do you

It is _____ to fail a job interview, but try again.

 
  • disappoint
  • disappointing
  • disappointedly
  • disappointment

There's a new student in my class who used to live _____ Spain.

  • on
  • in
  • with
  • at
Mrs Carter feels happy _____ her daughter has made good progress in her studies recently.
  • because
  • because of
  • although
  • despite

The light went out while he _____ dinner with his family.

  • is having
  • was having
  • had
  • have had

_____ the video project, she treated herself to a sandwich.

  • Doing
  • To do
  • Having done
  • Having been done

My bike ______ stolen yesterday.

  • will be
  • is
  • was
  • has been

I met _____ man at the conference.

  • a tall American interesting
  • an interesting tall American
  • so tall an American interesting
  • an American tall interesting
The government is trying to _____ people to use public buses instead of motorbikes.
  • complain
  • provide
  • reduce
  • persuade
_____, he will go out with his friends.
  • When Tony was finishing his project
  • When Tony finished his project
  • When Tony had finished his project
  • When Tony finishes his project

Peter is disappointed at not getting that job, but he will _____ it soon.

  • take on
  • get over
  • go through
  • come over

If the weather is fine, I'll _____ swimming in the river.

  • do
  • take
  • go
  • make

The more you practice speaking English with your friends or on your own, _____.

  • faster you improve
  • you will learn faster
  • the faster will you learn
  • the faster you will improve

We take ______ in doing the washing-up, cleaning the floor and watering the flowers.

  • turn
  • out
  • around
  • turns

Those reality shows really ____ on my nerves.

  • take
  • test
  • get
  • give

The waiter is talking to a man in a restaurant.

Waiter: "_____"

Man: "No, I’m full already."

  • Would you like something for dessert?
  • Excuse me. Is this seat free?
  • Excuse me. Where is your seat?
  • Have you booked in advance?

Guest: “Would you give this note to Mr. Wilson, please?”

Secretary: “_____”

  • Yeah. Why not?
  • Sorry. Why do I have to do?
  • No, I wouldn’t. Suit yourself.
  • Sorry, I can’t. He no longer works here.

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

  • survive
  • attack
  • finish
  • invite

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

  • agreement
  • imbalance
  • exercise
  • attention

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

  • achieved

  • performed

  • happened

  • supported

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

 
  • bread
  • dream
  • cream
  • clean

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

This storm obviously had a huge impact on air travellers.

  • loudly
  • clearly
  • slowly
  • usefully

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

Many tourists like visiting Sadee Flower Village because it is one of the most famous places in Dong Thap province.

  • amazing
  • well-known
  • important
  • boring

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

We try to create an atmosphere of comfort and security for our children.

  • danger
  • shelter
  • safety
  • harmony

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

She was like a cat on hot bricks before her driving test.

  • nervous
  • comfortable
  • depressed
  • relaxing

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

We left in such a hurry that we forget our tickets.

  • in
  • a
  • forget
  • our

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Australia has their own cultural identity, which is very different from that of Britain.

 
  • their
  • own
  • which
  • from

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

She always paid me complements on my hair and my clothes.

  • always
  • paid
  • complements
  • on

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

Students are forbidden to bring their phones into the exam room. There is no exception whatsoever.

  • On no account are students permitted to bring their phones into the exam room.
  • In no way are students prohibited from bringing their phones into the exam room.
  • Under no circumstances are students prohibited from bringing their phones into the exam room.
  • At no time were students permitted to bring their phones into the exam room.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

We are lost. We don't have a map with us today.

 
  • I wish we bring a map with us today.
  • I wish we brought a map with us today.
  • I wish we had brought a map with us today.
  • I wish we will bright a map with us today.

Choose the sentence closest in meaning to the following sentence.

It is necessary for each person to try to protect the environment.

 
  • Each person has to try to protect the environment.
  • Each person is likely to try to protect the environment.
  • Each person needs to try to protect the environment.
  • Each person should try to protect the environment.

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

"I’m going to participate in a volunteer program this summer," said Martha.

  • Martha said that I am going to participate in a volunteer program this summer.
  • Martha said that she is going to participate in a volunteer program that summer.
  • Martha said that I was going to participate in a volunteer program this summer.
  • Martha said that she was going to participate in a volunteer program that summer.

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

We haven't written to each other for two months.

 
  • There are two months for us to write to each other.
  • We started writing to each other two months ago.
  • It is two months since we last wrote to each other.
  • It is two months since we wrote together.

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

Choosing your first job

In general, we will all spend about two-thirds of our life at work. This means that we will probably have different jobs over the years. However, our first experience of work is a very important one. If our first job is pleasant, we won't be worried about working. if we have a job that makes us feel anxious or miserable, we may think that work is something to dislike forever. For this reason, a person should think carefully before they for their first job.

For example, if you are the type of person that enjoys working outside and being very active, it would be silly to choose an occupation such as a receptionist. And let's face it, many people who start their first job are still teenagers with lots of energy. It's also important to have a job you like your employer. There is nothing worse than having a boss that you don't like. But of course, you need to work hard and show that you are in order for them to trust you and know that you will do your job well.

(Adapted from Simply PET Preliminary for School)

 

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

Do you ever think about what schools will be like in the future? Many people think that students will study most regular classes such as maths, science, and history online. Students will probably be able to study these subjects anywhere using a computer. What will happen if students have problems with a subject? They might connect with a teacher through live video conferencing. Teachers from learning centers will give students help wherever they live. Students will still take classes in a school, too. Schools will become places for learning social skills. Teachers will guide students in learning how to work together and how to get along with each other. They will help students with group projects both in and out of the classroom. Volunteer work and working at local businesses will teach students important life skills about the world they live in. This will help students become an important part of their communities. Some experts say it will take schools five years to change. Others say it will take longer. Most people agree, though, that computers will change education like the day when TVs and telephones have changed people's life.

 
What does the passage mainly have a discussion about?
  • Kids won't have to go to school in the future.
  • Teachers will help students from home in the future.
  • All classes will be taught online in the future.
  • Computers will change education in the future.

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

  • hardly
  • certainly
  • unlikely
  • possibly
What will happen if students meet difficulties with a subject?
  • Schools will organize a live video conference for teachers to help students with problems.
  • They will meet their teachers in person for help with problems of the subject.
  • They will telephone the teachers who are staying at the school to seek their help.
  • Teachers from learning centers will give them help through live video conferencing.

Which is NOT true about the future teaching and learning?

 
  • Students will still go to school to learn social skills.
  • The role of teachers will be teaching students main subjects at school.
  • Students will learn important life skills through doing volunteer works.
  • The use of computers will be applied to learning subjects.

The word "Others" refers to _____.

  • Experts
  • Students
  • Teachers
  • Schools

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

We first learn about loving and caring relationships from our families. A family is defined as a domestic group of people with some degree of kinship - whether through blood, marriage, or adoption. Ideally, each child is nurtured, respected, and grows up to care for others and develop strong and healthy relationships. This does not mean that it is always easy to make and keep friends; it just means that we share the goal of having strong relationships.

"Family" includes your siblings and parents, as well as relatives who you may not interact with every day, such as your cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents, and stepparents. These are probably the people you are closest to and with whom you spend the most time. Having healthy relationships with your family members is both important and difficult.

Families in the 21st century come in all shapes and sizes: traditional, single parent, blended (more than one family together in the same house), and gay and lesbian parents - just to name a few. No matter the "type" of family you have, there are going to be highs and lows - good times and bad. Many times, however, families become blocked in their relationships by hurt, anger, mistrust, and confusion. These are natural and normal, and few families do not have at least a few experiences with them. The worst time for most families is during a divorce. By making a few simple changes in the way we look at the world and deal with other people, it is possible to create happier, more stable relationships. Families need to be units of mutual caring and support; they can be sources of lifelong strength for all individuals.

 

What is the main idea of the passage?

  • The importance of sharing housework in a family
  • The importance of having children in a family
  • The role of members in family
  • The healthy relationships among members in family

Ideally, each child is nurtured, respected, and grows up _____.

 
  • to keep in touch with the people around them
  • to keep a track of the people around them
  • to be familiar with the people around them
  • to be concerned about the people around them

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

  • reason
  • decision
  • target
  • result

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

  • brothers & sisters
  • husband & wife
  • children
  • friends

According to the passage, which example below is probably NOT TRUE about the definition of family?

  • wife & husband relationship
  • step-father & daughter relationship
  • nanny & baby relationship
  • brother-in-law & sister relationship

What does the word "These" in paragraph 3 refer to? 

  • good and bad times
  • feelings
  • relationships
  • highs and lows

It can be inferred from the passage that _____.

 
  • having strong relationships with other members is easy as long as you spend most of the time with them
  • there will never be the happiest or the worst time in a family
  • the change in the way we treat other members will contribute to a stronger relationship in our family
  • gay and lesbian relationship is not considered a family