Đề thi thử THPT môn tiếng Anh số 3

3/15/2023 5:05:05 PM

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

  • celebration

  • tradition

  • education

  • question 

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

  • safe

  • happy

  • grade

  • amazing

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

  • product
  • balloon
  • review
  • degree

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

  • position
  • recommend
  • remember
  • commitment

Mangkhut is the most powerful storm _____ Asia this year.

  • to hit
  • which is hit
  • hit
  • hitting

Ha Noi is much _____ Vinh Phuc province.

  • more busy than
  • most busiest
  • busier than
  • more busier than

_____ to an end, the students will start a new academic year. 

  • Before the summer will come
  • When the summer comes
  • Once the summer came
  • After the summer had come

The house is different _____ the one I was looking for.

  • with
  • in
  • at
  • from
The English alphabet doesn't have 30 letters, _____?
  • isn't it
  • didn't it
  • is it
  • does it

Her mother bought her _____ uniform yesterday.

  • a
  • an
  • the
  • 0

He gave me his personal _____ that his draft would be ready by Friday.

  • endurance
  • insurance
  • assurance
  • ensurance

Yuck, this milk stinks! I think it's gone _____.

  • off
  • on
  • up
  • down

A: "Congratulations!"

B: "Thanks! I didn't expect _____ my test at all but I was really fortunate."

  • to pass
  • pass
  • passing
  • passed

Jim usually looks happy, but today he has a long ____. He must have had a quarrel with his best friend.

  • face
  • chin
  • nose
  • hair
The Titanic _____ the Atlantic when it _____ an iceberg.
  • was crossing / struck
  • crossed / was striking
  • was crossing / was striking
  • is crossing / strikes

That new painting looks a bit out of _____ in our living room, don’t you think?

  • room
  • space
  • place
  • spot

If we plant more trees, the environment _____.

  • will protect
  • protect
  • are protected
  • will be protected

The viewers _____ to his suggestion with a big clap.

  • response
  • responded
  • responsive
  • respondent
Toxic chemicals from factories are one of the serious factors that leads wildlife to the _____ of extinction.
  • wall
  • fence
  • verge
  • bridge

Jane: "Would you mind moving your luggage from the seat?"

Mary: "_____"

  • Yes, I would not.
  • No, I would not.
  • Oh, sorry.
  • You may not.

Viet and Tam are talking on the way to school.

Viet: "I'm taking my end-of-term examination tomorrow."

Tam: "_____"

  • That's right.
  • Well done!
  • Good luck!
  • Take care!

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

Never punish your children by hitting them. This might teach them to become hitters.

  • train
  • reward
  • attack
  • accept

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

The idea of girls becoming a commodity, to be traded as slaves, seems totally alien in this day and age.

  • instantly
  • presently
  • formerly
  • currently

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

I discarded my old computer last week because it cost me a lot of money to fix its problems.

  • purchased
  • got
  • removed
  • bought

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

She is always diplomatic when she deals with angry students.

  • strict
  • outspoken
  • tactful
  • firm

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Everybody felt hungry and tired, so they sat down under the tree and have lunch.

  • felt hungry
  • so they
  • under the tree
  • have lunch

Choose the underlined part that needs correction

I don’t think I’ll come on Saturday. I have a heavy workload to do. Beside, I don’t really like to join parties.

  • on
  • a
  • Beside
  • to join

Choose the underlined part that needs correction

The kids are really hyperactive and naughty. The working man next to me complained about the noise he made. 

  • hyperactive
  • working
  • about
  • he

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

Mary left home to start an independent life. She realised how much her family meant to her.

  • Only when Mary realised how much her family meant to her did she leave home to start an independent life.
  • To realise how much her family meant to her, Mary decided to leave home to start an independent life.
  • Not until Mary had left home to start an independent life did she realise how much her family meant to her.
  • Mary left home to start an independent life with a view to realising how much her family meant to her.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

Not many students get high scores today. The tests are too hard.

  • If the tests today were easy, more students would get high scores.
  • Not all students would get high scores with such easy tests.
  • Unless the tests were easy, no students could get high scores.
  • The tests are difficult, but all students will get high scores.

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

Peter said, "I wish I hadn’t lent him some money."

  • Peter regretted lending him some money.
  • Peter thanked him for lending him some money.
  • Peter wished not to lend him some money.
  • Peter suggested not lending him some money.

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

We haven't used K12 online application for two months.

  • We last used K12 online application two months ago.
  • We used K12 online application since two months.
  • We last used K12 online application for two months.
  • We didn't use K 12 online application two months ago.

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

It’s against the law to use a mobile phone while driving.

 
  • You can use a mobile phone while driving.
  • You needn’t use a mobile phone while driving.
  • You mustn't use a mobile phone while driving.
  • You may use a mobile phone while driving.

Read the passage and choose the suitable word to fill in the blanks.

“Cat and Mouse" game requires seven and ten people. They stand in a circle, hold hands and raise their hands above their heads. Then they start singing a song. One person is as the cat and another as the mouse. These two stand in the middle of the circle and lean against each other. When the others sing the last sentence, the mouse starts to run, and the cat must run after it. the cat must run in exactly the same route and manner as the mouse. The cat wins the game it catches the mouse. Then they exchange roles. If the cat runs into the wrong hole, it will be dismissed from that round.

If it to catch the mouse in a certain period of time (usually from three to five minutes for kindergarten children), it will exchange its role with the mouse. The game will then continue.

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

Body language is a vital form of communication. In fact, it is believed that the various forms of body language contribute about 70 percent to our comprehension. It is important to note, however, that body language varies in different cultures. Take, for example, eye movement. In the USA, a child is expected to look directly at a parent or teacher who is scolding him/her. In other cultures the opposite is true. Looking directly at a teacher or parent in such a situation is considered a sign of disrespect. 

Another form of body language that is used differently, depending on the culture, is distance. In North America, people don't generally stand as close to each other as in South America. Two North Americans who don't know each other well will keep a distance of four feet between them, whereas South Americans in the same situation will stand two to three feet apart. North Americans will stand closer than two feet apart only if they are having a confidential conversation or if there is intimacy between them. 

Gestures are often used to communicate. We point a finger, raise an eyebrow, wave an arm – or move any other part of the body – to show what we want to say. However, this does not mean that people all over the world use the same gestures to express the same meanings. Very often we find that the same gestures can communicate different meanings, depending on the country. An example of a gesture that could be misinterpreted is sticking out the tongue. In many cultures, it is a sign of making a mistake, but in some places, it communicates ridicule. 

The dangers of misunderstanding one another are great. Obviously, it is not enough to learn the language of another culture. You must also learn its non-verbal signals if you want to communicate successfully.

(Adapted from by Judy Rapoport, Ronit Broder and Sarah Feingold)

What is the passage mainly about?

  • The significance of non-verbal signals in America
  • Misunderstandings in communication
  • Interpretations of gestures in different cultures
  • Non-verbal communication across cultures

According to paragraph 1, when scolded by his/her parent or teacher, an American child is expected to _____.

  • stand close to the person
  • stare at the person
  • raise his/her eyebrows
  • point a finger at the person

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

  • enjoyment
  • closeness
  • strength
  • agreement

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

  • misbehaved
  • misunderstood
  • mispronounced
  • misspelled

The word "it" in paragraph 3 refers to _____.

  • an example
  • making a mistake
  • the country
  • sticking out the tongue

As stated in the passage, in order to communicate successfully with people from another culture, it is advisable for a person _____.

  • to learn only non-verbal signals of that culture
  • to travel to as many countries as possible
  • to use the body language of the people from that culture
  • to learn both the language and non-verbal signals of that culture

Which form of body language is NOT mentioned in the passage?

  • posture
  • gesture
  • distance
  • eye movement

Read the passage and choose the best answer for each question.

Every year, the average temperature of the Earth's surface gets a little bit warmer. This gradual trend is called global warming. Warmer weather may sound nice, but global warming is something to be very concerned about.

Scientists are worried that continued warmer temperatures could damage the environment in many devastating ways. Rising temperatures might cause plants and animals to become extinct. They could melt enough polar ice to cause the levels of the sea to rise. Weather patterns could also change. There might be more droughts or serious storms with flooding. In some areas, human diseases could spread.

What is causing global warming? Humans are mostly to blame. Pollution from factories and cars adds toxic gases to the air. These gases rise to the Earth's atmosphere. As the sun’s rays warm the Earth, the gases work much like the glass in a greenhouse. They help trap the heat in the atmosphere and make the Earth grow warmer. That is why they are nicknamed “greenhouse gases.”

It is our responsibility to take care of our planet. Global warming is a serious problem with serious consequences. If we want future generations to enjoy their time on Earth, we must act now!

Which of the following is not a possible effect of global warming?

  • Weather patterns changing
  • Plants and animals becoming extinct
  • Polar ice becoming less melted
  • Human diseases spreading

In the sentence: “Warmer weather may sound nice, but global warming is something to be very concerned about.”, the author suggests that people may not _____.

  • understand how serious colder weather is
  • take global warming seriously
  • care about warmer weather
  • think warmer weather sounds nice

The word “blame” in paragraph 3 is closet in meaning to _____.

  • encourage
  • regret
  • criticize
  • compliment

The word "They" in paragraph 3 refers to ____.

  • the gases
  • the glass
  • the Earth
  • the sun's rays

This passage is mostly about _____.

  • the solutions to global warming
  • the different types of global warming
  • the reasons why global warming is not a serious problem
  • the causes and effects of global warming