Đề số 28 ôn thi tốt nghiệp THPT môn Tiếng Anh

5/4/2022 9:43:54 AM

Nam likes watching movies on TV, _____?

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

That necklace is wonderful! It must have _____ you a fortune!

 
  • done
  • charged
  • spent
  • cost

Peter bought a _____ car as a present for his wife two weeks ago.

  • new German red
  • red German new
  • red new German
  • new red German
I _____ the bike when I saw Liz.
  • were riding
  • was riding
  • ride
  • rode
_____ the negative effects of plastic bags, they turned to paper bags instead.
  • Have realised
  • Having realised
  • Have been realised
  • Have been realising

Simon finds it hard to _____ friends with other children.

 
  • make
  • do
  • have
  • get

My family went to Africa _____ we wanted to know more about the wild animals.

  • so
  • therefore
  • because
  • although

_____ the weather is, the better I like it.

  • The warmest
  • Warmer
  • The more warm
  • The warmer

In the global economy, China is emerging as a strong _____.

  • competitor
  • compete
  • competition
  • competitive
_____, I will give it back to you.
  • When I was finishing reading the book
  • When I finish reading the book
  • When I had finished reading the book
  • When I finished reading the book

We need more people to _____ money to our charity to help the homeless.

  • support
  • donate
  • promote
  • improve
Trains stop here in order to _____ passengers only.
  • got on
  • pick up
  • get off
  • pull in
That novel _____ by Hemingway in 1951.
  • wrote
  • was written
  • written
  • is written

Young children receive chocolate or sugar eggs _____ Easter day.

  • at
  • on
  • in
  • for

The kids made a/an _____ in the bathroom.

 
  • mess
  • effort
  • living
  • bed

Susan: “_____”

Peter: “No, thanks. I’m not hungry.”

  • Do you like eating cookies?
  • Would you like some cookies?
  • Do you have any cookies?
  • Are cookies your favorite snacks?

Lee: "How about giving me a hand?"

Jack: "_____"

  • Not yet.
  • I promise.
  • Sure, I’ll be glad to help.
  • You’re welcome.

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

 
  • remain
  • promise
  • explore
  • complete

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

  • audience
  • government
  • customer
  • excitement

Choose the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation.

  • sponsored

  • answered

  • enjoyed

  • competed

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

  • like

  • think

  • bike

     

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

We have to cross a crowded street to get to school everyday.

  • large
  • busy
  • small
  • narrow

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

It rained so hard that the roads were quickly covered in water. 

  • heavily
  • lightly
  • softly
  • badly

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

Many people feel nervous when they first make a speech in public.

  • impressed
  • fearful
  • confident
  • famous

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

Lisa is now in two minds whether or not to take a gap year after leaving high school.

  • reluctant
  • ignorant
  • decisive
  • intentional

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

None of us sleeps more than a few hours last week.

 
  • None
  • us
  • sleeps
  • a few

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Doing physical exercise helps teenagers improve his health and social life.

  • physical
  • helps
  • his
  • social

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Maybe everyone of the files could be put to good use.

  • Maybe
  • everyone
  • files
  • put

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

Restaurants are forbidden to serve over ten customers at a time during social distancing. There is no exception whatsoever.

  • Under no circumstances are restaurants prohibited from serving over ten customers at a time during social distancing.
  • At no time were restaurants permitted to serve over ten customers at a time during social distancing.
  • On no account are restaurants permitted to serve over ten customers at a time during social distancing.
  • In no way are restaurants prohibited from serving over ten customers at a time during social distancing.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

I forgot my sun-cream. I got really badly sunburnt on the beach yesterday.

  • If I brought along my sun-cream, I would not get sunburnt.
  • Without the sun-cream, everyone gets sunburnt on the beach.
  • I wish I hadn't forgotten my sun-cream when I went to the beach yesterday.
  • As long as you don't forget to apply sun-cream, your skin will be protected.

Choose the sentence closest in meaning to the following sentence.

It is necessary for you to take her home.

  • You need to take her home.
  • You needn't take her home.
  • You must take her home.
  • You had better take her home.

Choose the sentence CLOSEST in meaning to the following sentence.

"I can solve this problem," Sue said.

 
  • Sue said that she can't solve that problem.
  • Sue said that I could solve that problem.
  • Sue said that she could solve that problem.
  • Sue said that I can't solve that problem.

Choose the sentence CLOSEST in meaning to the following sentence.

I last met him ten years ago.

 
  • I have recently seen him.
  • I haven't seen him for ten years.
  • The last time I saw him was last year.
  • I am going to meet him in ten years' time.

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

Healthy eating

People have been in good food for hundreds of years, but eating healthy food in the modern world is becoming difficult. This is because many of our foods contain artificial flavours and colours which are bad for us. So what can we do? First, look in your cupboards and throw away anything that isn't healthy! Then, try to choose the food you buy more carefully. It's healthier to eat organic fruit and vegetables. , these can be more expensive than other products and not everybody can afford them. If you can't buy organic products, the best thing you can do is to read food labels and check what ingredients are in the food. It's to avoid artificial products all the time, but there are other things you can do. You should drink water and eat lots of fruit and vegetables. Cut down on fried and rich foods contain lots of fats, sugar and white flour. Avoid buying ready-made food and fast food and you should feel great and look amazing, too!

 

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

English is one of the most popular languages in the world. It comes second in the number of speakers after Chinese. In Vietnam, more and more people are studying English, and they consider it a key to success. However, not everyone knows how to learn English effectively.

The best way to improve the four skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing, is to practice regularly. You should make use of every opportunity to speak English with friends in class or at English speaking clubs or even with yourselves in front of the mirror. Learning by heart all the words does not help much if you do not read a lot because you will easily forget what you have learned. Reading books, listening to the radio and watching films are better ways to memorize words. Besides, English learners should not be so shy because making mistakes is unavoidable in learning foreign languages. Practicing speaking a lot is a good way to correct your mistakes.

What does the word “it” in paragraph 1 refer to?

  • success
  • reading books
  • Chinese
  • English

The passage is mainly about _____.

  • how to learn English effectively
  • people who study English in Vietnam
  • how to read books, listen to the radio and watch films
  • making mistakes in learning English

According to the passage, which of the following statements is TRUE?

  • English is the most popular language in the world.
  • Practicing frequently makes improvements to your English skills.
  • There are more people speaking English than speaking Chinese.
  • You should never speak English with yourselves.

All of the following are the ways to practice English EXCEPT _____.

  • practicing speaking English with friends when it's possible
  • learning new words through different kinds of entertainment
  • looking up in the dictionary and learning by heart all new words
  • feeling free to make mistakes and correcting them by practicing speaking

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

  • effect
  • chance
  • exercise
  • method

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

The British are particular about timings and being late is frowned upon, but being on time is a complicated matter because in some situations, being a few minutes early on others means being exactly on time and in some instances, it is completely acceptable to arrive 10 minutes to a few hours later than the stated time. This can be a minefield for someone who is new to the UK, so here are some basic rules that will help you get your timing right whatever the situation. 

In formal meetings, such as job interviews, you should arrive at least five minutes before your meeting. This will give you time to compose yourself before your big meeting. In the UK, arriving late for a formal meeting is seen as unprofessional and will reflect badly on you. If you are running late, ring your host to let them know you will be late. On arrival, apologize sincerely and offer a reason for your lateness, such as you got lost or the train was delayed. It will help you redeem yourself. However, if you are late because you set off later than you should have, it's wise to keep that to yourself! 

If you have been invited to a dinner party, you should arrive exactly on time as the host will have planned when they will serve the food. You will find that your host will serve their guests a pre-dinner drink, so that gives you a bit of wiggle room, but if you are running later than 10 minutes, you should ring your host and let them know how late you might be. That way, they can decide whether to go ahead and serve the other guests. When you arrive, you should offer the host and the other guests your apology for being late.

 

What is the passage mainly about?

 
  • Why the British are strict about timings
  • What readers should do if they are late in the UK
  • Reasons for being on time in any situation in the UK
  • Some primary regulations to be on time in the UK

According to the second paragraph, what kind of reasons should you offer come late for a job interview?

  • careless
  • subjective
  • objective
  • neglectful

The word "compose" in the second paragraph is closest in meaning to _____.

  • keep calm
  • compile
  • create
  • comprise

What is the best advice when you have an appointment in the UK?

  • In any situation, you should call to inform your lateness and offer an apology later.
  • Whenever you have an appointment, you should come at least five minutes before your meeting.
  • You should depend on each situation or meeting to behave correctly.
  • You should ask your host or employer whether you can come late.

What does the word "That way" in the last paragraph refer to?

  • You ring your host and let them know how late you might be.
  • You arrive exactly on time for a dinner party.
  • You will have a bit of wiggle room.
  • Your host will serve their guests a pre-dinner drink.

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

  • It is hard to define what is being on time.
  • You had better keep your reasons for being late secret if they are subjective.
  • When attending a dinner party, you should be on time.
  • In formal meetings, offering an apology for being late is unnecessary.

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

 
  • meet
  • refuse
  • call
  • agree