Đề ôn thi tốt nghiệp THPT số 16

5/25/2020 9:09:00 PM
_____ as much money as Bill Gates of Microsoft, I would retire.
  • If I had
  • If did I have
  • Unless I had
  • If I hadn’t had

Your boss is going to visit your house this weekend, _____?

  • is she
  • isn’t she
  • will she
  • doesn’t she

I went home early _____ I was not feeling well.

  • since
  • because of
  • despite
  • although

He _____ suntanned since I _____ him for the first time.

  • always looked/have met
  • was always looking/was meeting
  • always looked/ met
  • has always looked/met
_____ that she could not stand.
  • Once she was tired
  • She was such tired
  • She was so tired
  • So as to be tired
Tennis fans _____ tickets have been queuing all night at Wimbledon.
  • who are hoped to buy
  • whom hoped to buy
  • hoping to buy
  • hoped to buy

_____ swimming is considered to be _____ good way of losing weight.

  • The / a
  • ∅ (no article) / a
  • A / the
  • The / the

Fred's mother was ______ annoyed about his latest exam results.

  • reality
  • realistic
  • really
  • real

Her latest novel is coming ______ in paperback soon.

  • across
  • off
  • out
  • about

Choose the correct answer.

Some researchers have just  _____ a survey of young people's points of view on contractual marriage.

  • sent
  • directed
  • managed
  • conducted

Choose the correct answer.

Having undergone many changes over the years, Ao dai is still worn _____ pride by Vietnamese women.

  • of
  • with
  • in
  • under

Do you have any toothpaste? I’d like a large _____.

  • tin
  • roll
  • bar
  • tube

After walking for about 7 miles, the man stopped _____ a fire to warm himself.

  • to build
  • building
  • for building
  • to have built

_____ second thoughts, I’d rather not go out tonight.

  • With
  • In
  • On
  • Under

Family is always my father’s top _____. It is the most.

  • speciality
  • right
  • priority
  • privacy

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

Do not talk in the library.

  • Students needn’t talk in the library.
  • Students have to talk in the library.
  • Students mustn’t talk in the library.
  • Students might talk in the library.

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

“If you have any difficulty at college, don’t fail to ask for help from friends,” Tom said to his brother.

  • Tom insisted on his brother's asking friends for help in case of difficulty
  • Tom requested his brother to ask friends for help in case of difficulty.
  • Tom advised his brother to ask friends for help in case of difficulty.
  • Tom promised to help his brother and his friends in case of difficulty.

Mark the sentence that is closest in meaning to the following question.

Many teenagers like facebooking more than doing sport.

  • Many teenagers like doing sport more than facebooking.
  • Many teenagers like doing sport much as facebooking.
  • Many teenagers don't like facebooking as much as doing sport.
  • Many teenagers don't like doing sport as much as facebooking.

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

  • stamps

  • clubs

  • hats

  • books

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

  • can
  • have
  • watch
  • badminton

Choose the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress.

  • problem
  • minute
  • suppose
  • dinner

Choose the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress.

  • fantastic
  • fortunate
  • mountainous
  • dangerous

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

My close friends spends most of their free time helping the homeless people in the community.

  • close
  • spends
  • of
  • helping

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

To prepare for the coming Games, all athletes are training hard and strict so that they will get the highest achievements.

  • To prepare
  • hard
  • strict
  • so that

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

I'm sure that farther explanation would help you understand this difficult concept.

  • farther
  • explanation
  • understand
  • concept
Choose the word(s) which is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s).
The documents are the first substantive information obtained by the investigators.
  • lost
  • received
  • got
  • achieved

Choose the word OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word.

Today students are under a lot of pressure due to the high expectations from their parents and teachers.

  • nervousness
  • emotion
  • stress
  • relaxation

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

While playing hide and seek, the children came across some old photos in the attic.

  • discovered by accident
  • took by mistake
  • found on purpose
  • looked for a reason

Choose the CLOSEST word in meaning to the underlined word.

He has sold his house and has no job and so now he has next to nothing.

  • nothing at all
  • unemployed
  • almost no money
  • a few things

Read the following passage and choose the best option for each of the blanks.

We can communicate with people in many different ways. We can talk and write, and we can send messages with our hands and faces. There is also the phone (including the mobile!), the fax, and e-mail. Television, film, painting, and photography can also communicate

Animals have ways of exchanging information, too. Bees dance and tell other bees where food. Elephants make sounds that humans can’t hear. Whales sing songs. Monkeys use their faces to show anger and love. But this is nothing compared to what people can do. We have language - about 6,000 languages, in fact. We can write poetry, tell jokes, make promises, explain, persuade, tell the truth, or tell lies. And we have a sense of past and future, not just present.

Radio, film, and television have had a huge influence on society in the last hundred years. We now have the Internet, is infinite. But is this doing to us? We can give and get a lot of information very quickly. , there is so much information that it is difficult to know what is important and what isn’t. Modern media is changing our world every minute of every day.

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

What is Heritage Protection?

Heritage is traditional beliefs, customs, and culture. We use the word “heritage” in many different ways. People talk about their family’s heritage, their city’s heritage, and their country’s heritage.

Here are some examples of heritage. During Chinese New Year, people in China give red envelopes. That is part of Chinese heritage. Every year in the American city New Orleans, there is a huge party called Mardi Gras. That is a part of New Orleans’ heritage. Heritage can also be more private and personal. If your family has a big dinner every Sunday night, that’s part of your family’s heritage.

Today, heritage is changing. The Internet connects people around the world. In many ways, this is a good thing, because we can learn about the heritage of other countries, and we can show our own heritage to the world. However, some people worry that traditional heritage is disappearing. Think about it. In many ways, countries are becoming more and more alike. In just about every country around the world, you can find McDonald’s, Nike shoes, Starbucks coffee, and American films. Some people think this is a good change, but others don’t like it. You can decide whether or not you think it is a good thing. However, almost everyone wants to protect their traditional heritage, and sometimes this is hard. For example, when a new McDonald’s opens in your town, a traditional restaurant might have to close.

This is why heritage protection is so important. Heritage protection is a simple idea. It means keeping your country’s or your city’s heritage alive. People do this in many ways. The biggest part of heritage protection is probably preserving old buildings. A few other examples of heritage protection are making sure your children speak your traditional language, and teaching your heritage to children.

The world is changing very fast. This change brings a lot of good things. But as the world is changing, it is important to remember the heritage of our parents and our grandparents.

What is the main point of heritage protection?

  • Showing your heritage to other people
  • Using the Internet
  • Keeping your heritage alive
  • Making heritage disappear

What is happening to most countries?

  • They are becoming the same.
  • They are becoming more different.
  • They are getting smaller.
  • They are destroying old buildings.

Which of the following is NOT an example of heritage protection?

  • Making sure your children speak your traditional language
  • Protecting old buildings
  • Teaching your children about your heritage
  • Drinking Starbucks and wearing Nikes

The word "beliefs" in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to _________.

  • cuisines
  • histories
  • arts
  • religions

The word "it" in paragraph 3 may refer to _________.

  • traditional heritage
  • watching American films
  • importing foreign heritage
  • people's opinion

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

Movies for the Blind

When you think of the cinema, the phrase ‘watching a movie’ probably comes to mind, and, indeed, moviemakers work very hard to make their films interesting visually. They may use elaborate costumes, beautiful locations, or amazing special effects to tell a story. An actor’s expression or movements can also sometimes say more than words.

But what about people who are blind or have trouble seeing? Movies also contain dialogue, music, and sound effects - things that people don’t need to see in order to enjoy. Movie reviewer Marty Klein, who is blind, created a website called Blindspots to help people choose movies that they can follow without the help of someone explaining what is happening on the screen. He gave a rating, from 1 to 10, based on several things. A movie received a high rating if it has only a few main characters whose voices are easy to recognize. Klein also liked interesting stories without many changes in time and place. A large amount of dialogue between the characters was better than long silences or noisy action scenes. His reviews are still online, but the site is no longer updated.

Another blind movie reviewer, Jay Forry, maintains the website Blindsite Reviews. He also writes for newspapers and is a guest on radio shows. Forry gives movies one of five ratings, including, “So good, blind people like it” and “I’m glad I couldn’t see it.” Forry became a writer after going blind at the age of 28, and his writing skills and sense of humour are what keep people reading his reviews or listening to him on the radio. After “watching” the animated movie Up, Forry commented that he wished he, too, could have a talking dog to tell him to watch out for cars and not to “go into the ladies’ restroom again.”

Sometimes, though, it’s nice to go to the movie without reading reviews and knowing what to expect. Some movie theaters have begun to offer recorded audio descriptions of the movements, scenery, and special effects so that blind moviegoers can follow what other audience members see on the screen. They usually receive a wireless headset to wear during the movie. This allows them to listen to the narration while still hearing the hearing’s music and other sounds that surround them in the theater. Jay Forry also notes that modern theaters now have excellent sound systems, something he appreciates more than the average moviegoer.

In the end, going to the movies should be a fun and exciting experience - for both the sighted and the blind.

What is the main idea of the article?

  • Jay Forry writes movie reviews for blind people.
  • Blind people have resources to help them enjoy movies.
  • Some movie reviews are written specifically for blind people.
  • Blind people do not enjoy going to movies.

Which movie would probably receive the best rating from Marty Klein?

  • a foreign martial arts film with many fight scenes.
  • a drama that often shifts between the past and the present.
  • a romantic comedy with four main characters and lots of conversation.
  • a space adventure with many explosion and special effects.

Movie reviewer Jay Forry has his own ___________.

  • website
  • newspaper
  • radio show
  • movie theater

What is Jay Forry most likely to say about a movie he dislikes?

  • He wishes it hadn't been made.
  • It might have been good if he could see.
  • He is happy he is blind.
  • Other blind people might like it.

Why does the author include this quotation: "go into the ladies' restroom again"?

  • to recommend the movie "Up" to readers.
  • to compare Forry to the dog in the movie "Up".
  • to illustrate Forry's sense of humour.
  • to demonstrate Forry's need for help.

To help blind people, some theaters __________.

  • offer special headsets that play a recorded description of the movie
  • hold events for blind people to see movies together
  • give a discount on movie tickets to blind people
  • provide people to sit next to blind people and describe the movie

The word "them" in paragraph 4 refers to ___________.

  • the sighted moviegoers
  • the blind moviegoers
  • all the moviegoers
  • the moviemakers

Nam: “Congratulations on your success!”

Hoa: “_____”

  • No, thanks.
  • You’re welcome.
  • Yes, of course.
  • That’s very kind of you.

- A: "I have taken part in the science club for 3 months."
- B: "_____”

  • So have I.
  • So have me.
  • I have so.
  • So I have.
Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

He ran so quickly. The others couldn't catch up with him.

  • Only if he could run so quickly would the others couldn't catch up with him.
  • So quickly did he run that the others couldn't catch up with him.
  • Not until the others caught up with him did he run so quickly.
  • But for his quick running, the others couldn't have caught up with him.
Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

It is outside office hours. The staff can do whatever they like.

  • The staff can do whatever they like provided that it is outside office hours.
  • Unless it was outside office hours, the staff could do whatever they like.
  • The staff can do whatever they like in case it’s outside office hours.
  • But for being outside office hours, the staff could do whatever they like.