Đề số 26 ôn thi tốt nghiệp THPT môn Tiếng Anh

5/4/2022 9:37:48 AM

He bought a _____ sweater for his mom’s birthday.

  • British red woolen
  • British red grey
  • red woolen British
  • red British woolen

_____, you will know our address.

  • When you received our letter
  • When you receive our letter
  • When you have received our letter
  • When you were receiving our letter

I had just been given a scholarship to _____ abroad to study.

 
  • do
  • go
  • come
  • take

My birthday is _____ the second of July.

  • at
  • in
  • on
  • to

My cat ____ with a toy when I called it.

  • played
  • has played
  • was playing
  • plays

Nobody can deny the _____ of the internet in our life.

  • benefits
  • inspiration
  • information
  • reputation

The smaller the apartment is, _____ the rent is.

 
  • cheapest
  • cheaper
  • the cheapest
  • the cheaper
Why don't you have a night out? It would take your _____ off your worries.
  • thoughts
  • heart
  • mind
  • head

_____ every major judo title, Mark retired from international competition.

  • When he won
  • Having won
  • Winning
  • On winning

The flight was delayed _____ bad weather.

 
  • because of
  • despite
  • because
  • although

He would win the race if he ____ his brother's example and trained harder. 

 
  • repeated
  • set
  • answered
  • followed

Jackie _____ by his father for breaking his neighbor's window last night.

  • was punished
  • are punished
  • is punished
  • were punished

Our ____ resources are limited so we should recycle all used things.

  • nature
  • natural
  • naturing
  • naturally

There are going to be strong winds tomorrow, _____?

  • aren't there
  • aren't they
  • isn't it
  • really
Who's going to _____ the children while you're away?
  • look after
  • go on
  • look at
  • turn off

- A: "That football match is the worst I have ever seen."

- B: "_____."

  • I couldn't agree more.
  • I don't agree all.
  • Not completely true.
  • Sorry to interrupt you.

John: “Thank you very much for driving me home.”

Tom: “_____”

  • You’re welcome.
  • Oh, I see.
  • Yes, please.
  • I can’t believe that.

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

  • gather
  • award
  • instruct
  • comprise

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

  • intention
  • industry
  • computer
  • musician

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

  • played

  • closed

  • filled

  • needed

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

  • tourist

  • anxious

  • delicious

  • famous

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

The washing machine I have just bought is very simple to use.

  • boring
  • interesting
  • easy
  • difficult

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

Parents are recommended to collaborate with teachers in educating children.

  • part
  • cooperate
  • separate
  • disagree

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

The village was charming and attracted visitors from near and far.

  • nice
  • lovely
  • peaceful
  • boring

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

The nominating committee always meets behind closed doors, lest its deliberations become known prematurely.

  • dangerously
  • safely
  • privately
  • publicly

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Yesterday the game is canceled because of the heavy rain.

  • the
  • is
  • because of
  • heavy

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

My friends often spend her free time surfing the Internet or playing games.

  • often
  • her
  • surfing
  • games

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

The scientific data inferred that an earthquake was possible.

  • scientific
  • inferred
  • an
  • was

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

The use of cameras in this museum is strictly forbidden. There is no exception whatsoever.

 
  • Under no circumstances are people allowed to use camera in this museum.
  • On no occasion are people banned from using camera in this museum.
  • At no time are people banned from using camera in this museum.
  • By no means were people allowed to use camera in this museum.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

I told her that she’s put on weight. I feel so regretful now.

  • If only I didn’t told her that she'd put on weight.
  • I wish I hadn’t told her that she'd put on weight.
  • I regret that I hadn’t told her that she'd put on weight.
  • If only I had told her that she'd put on weight.

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

It is essential that you have some experience.

 
  • You can have some experience.
  • You need to have some experience.
  • You don't have to have some experience.
  • You should not have some experience.

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

Peter said, "I bought an interesting book yesterday."

 
  • Peter said that he bought an interesting book the day before.
  • Peter said that I had bought an interesting book yesterday.
  • Peter said that he had bought an interesting book yesterday.
  • Peter said that he had bought an interesting book the day before.

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

She last visited her home country ten years ago.

 
  • She hasn't visited her home country for ten years.
  • She didn't visit her home country ten years ago.
  • She has visited her home country for ten years.
  • She was in her home country for ten years.

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

Rivers are one of the world's most important natural resources. Many cities are on large rivers, and almost country has at least one river that plays an important part in the lives of its people.

Besides transportation, rivers provide water to drink, and opportunities for recreation for people live along their banks. Rivers also have a great on crops because they are the source of water for plants. In order to get water for crops, engineers sometimes build a dam across a river and let water become a lake behind the dam. Then people can use their water not only to irrigate fields but also to make electricity for homes and industries.

, the water often becomes polluted when cities on river banks grow in size and the number of industries increases. We are learning that it is necessary to keep rivers clean if we want to enjoy the of the natural resources.

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

The country is more beautiful than a town and pleasant to live in. Many people think so and go to the country for the summer holidays though they can not live there all the year round. Some have a cottage built in a village so that they can go there whenever they can find the time.

English villages are not all alike, but in some ways, they are not very different from one another. Almost every village has a church, the round or square tower of which can be seen from many miles around. Surrounding the church is the churchyard where people are buried.

The Village Green is a wide stretch of grass, and houses or cottages are built around it. Country life is now fairly comfortable and many villages have the water brought through pipes into the house. Most villages are so close to some small towns that people can go there to buy what they can't find in the village shops.

What is the best title for the passage?

  • The English countryside
  • Advantages of country life
  • Things in an English village
  • Summer holidays in England

According to the passage, people often spend their holidays in the countryside _____.

 
  • every time of the year
  • during one season of the year
  • at Christmastime
  • in the first month of the year

What does the word “it” refer to?

  • grass
  • a cottage
  • a house
  • The Village Green

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

  • healthy
  • peaceful
  • convenient
  • miserable

Which of the following statements is NOT true?

  • Many villagers now have water inside their homes.
  • People are buried near the village church.
  • Many English people prefer living in the country.
  • People can buy anything from the village shops.

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

Table manners differ around the world. If you visit your friends' home for a meal, it’s good to know about the customs they follow.

If you are invited to a Moroccan’s home, bring a gift of sweet pastries, nuts, figs, dates, or flowers to the hostess. In many traditional homes, people often sit on the floor to eat a meal. Often, everyone shares food from the same plate. The plate is put in the centre of the table. Usually, everyone also drinks water from the same glass. Only eat the food in front of you. Don’t reach across someone for food. It is common to use you your fingers and small pieces of bread to eat food. Use only your right hand to eat. Don’t say “no” to food. If the host of the meal offers you food or drink, take some and try a little. In many Moroccan homes, it is common to take off your shoes.

Tanzania is known for its fresh fish and spices. Don’t act scared if your meal comes with its head still on the plate. It is polite to try a bite of everything. In many Tanzania homes, people sit at a table on a small stool to eat. It is OK to eat with your right hand, using bread or chapati to pick up food. Everyone may take food from the same plate, but it is not usual for people to share drinks. You may compliment the cook on a delicious meal, but don’t exaggerate. In some parts of Tanzania, men and women still sit at different tables. Also remember: it is common to take off your shoes in the home, but it is rude to show the bottom of your foot.

Which best serves as the title for the passage?  

  • Table Manners across some cultures in the world
  • Tips for foreigners when having meal in Tanzania
  • Table Manners in Morocco, Things to do for everyone
  • Table Manners - Ultimate Guide to Dining Etiquette

The word "they" in paragraph 1 refers to _____.

  • customs
  • manners
  • meals
  • friends

Which should you do when you come to a Moroccan’s home?

 
  • Divide food into different plates
  • Reach across other people to get the food you want
  • Wear your shoes inside the house
  • Bring some kinds of food or flowers as a present

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

  • exchanges
  • attends
  • receives
  • provides

According to paragraph 3, you should do all of the following EXCEPT_____.

 
  • eat with your hands
  • take food from the same plate
  • show the bottom of your foot
  • take off your shoes

The word "compliment" in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to _____.

  • praise
  • criticize
  • request
  • force

According to the passage, why does the writer think it is good to know about customs in other countries?

 
  • You can know how to eat healthily.
  • You can act in a proper way.
  • You can order food in a restaurant.
  • You can learn the language.