Đề thi thử THPT QG môn Tiếng Anh #11

7/11/2018 12:00:00 AM
Đề thi thử THPT QG môn Tiếng Anh #11 giúp các em học sinh khắp các tỉnh thành ôn luyện cho kỳ thi THPT quốc gia.

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

  • serves
  • hopes
  • likes
  • writes

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

  • substantial
  • initiate
  • particular
  • attention

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

  • express
  • effort
  • employ
  • reduce

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

  • preference
  • attraction
  • advantage
  • infinitive

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

The passengers, tired after a very long trip, was relaxing in every available seat in the airport lobby.

  • The
  • very
  • was relaxing
  • available

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Sleeping, resting, and to drink fruit juice are the best ways to care for a cold.

  • Sleeping
  • to drink
  • juice
  • best ways

I’d like to see that football match because I _____ once this year.

  • haven’t seen
  • don’t see
  • weren’t seeing
  • didn’t see

They always kept on good _____ with their next-door neighbors for the children’s sake.

  • will
  • friendship
  • terms
  • relations

Some candidates failed the oral examination because they didn’t have enough _____.

  • confide
  • confident
  • confidential
  • confidence

Our new coach is popular _____ the whole team.

  • for
  • to
  • by
  • with

Don’t go too fast! I can’t _____ up with you.

  • keep
  • go
  • walk
  • run

I have no idea where ______.

  • has she got that information
  • she got that information
  • did she get that information
  • that information has she got

That’s _____ story I have ever heard.

  • a ridiculous
  • the ridiculous
  • the more ridiculous
  • the most ridiculous

We bought some _____.

  • German lovely old glasses
  • German old lovely glasses
  • lovely old German glasses
  • old lovely German glasses

_____ non-verbal language is _____ important aspect of interpersonal communication.

  • The - a
  • ø – an
  • A – the
  • The - ø

Their apartment looks nice. In fact, it’s _____.

  • extremely comfortable
  • extreme comfortably
  • extreme comfortable
  • extremely comfortably

My teacher is one of the people _______.

  • I look up to them
  • whom look up to
  • I look up to
  • to who I look up to

In my company, the director deputy usually ______ the responsibility for organizing meetings and conferences.

  • makes
  • gets
  • becomes
  • takes

- "Would you mind turning down the TV? I’m working!"

- "_______"

  • Yes, I’m working, too.
  • Not at all. I’ll do it now.
  • Thank you. I’m pleased.
  • No, I wouldn’t be working.

- "Please, lock the door carefully before you leave the room."

- "_____"

  • I won’t tell you when I do it.
  • I’m thinking of selling the house.
  • That’s for sure.
  • I’m sorry. I did it last night.

Choose the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s).
Mr. Gerstein was particularly taken back to hear that sleeping problems are often linked to physical problems.

  • surprised
  • intended
  • determined
  • relieved

Choose the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s).
I shouldn’t go outside without a raincoat because it’s raining cats and dogs.

  • it’s just started to rain
  • it’s raining very heavily
  • it’s going to rain
  • it’s drizzling

Choose the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s).
I could only propose a partial solution to the crisis in the company.

  • half
  • halfway
  • effective
  • complete

Choose the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s).
Inadequate supply of oxygen to the blood can cause death within minutes.

  • Sufficient
  • Nonexistent
  • Rich
  • Useful

Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to the following sentence.
You ought to make up your mind now.

  • It is high time you made up your mind.
  • Making up your mind is necessary.
  • You should have made up your mind.
  • It is possible to make up your mind.

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

“No, no, you really must stay a bit longer!” said the boys.

  • The boys denied my staying a bit longer.
  • The boys refused to let me stay a bit longer.
  • The boys didn’t agree to let stay a bit longer.
  • The boys insisted on my staying a bit longer.

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

My uncle didn’t recognize me until I spoke.

  • My uncle recognized me not until I spoke.
  • Only when my uncle recognized me did I speak.
  • Not until I spoke did my uncle recognize me.
  • When I spoke, my uncle didn’t recognize me.

Choose the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences.

I picked up my book. I found that the cover had been torn.

  • When picking up my book, the cover had been torn.
  • On picking up my book, I saw that the cover had been torn.
  • The cover had been torn when my book picked up.
  • Picked up, the book was torn.

Choose the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences.

Home schooling is apparently very successful. Many people still believe in the benefits of traditional schooling.

  • Because home schooling is apparently very successful, many people still believe in the benefits of traditional schooling.
  • As long as home schooling is apparently very successful, many people still believe in the benefits of traditional schooling.
  • Even though home schooling is apparently very successful, many people still believe in the benefits of traditional schooling.
  • In spite of home schooling is apparently very successful, many people still believe in the benefits of traditional schooling.

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

Most people think that lions only come from Africa. This is understandable because in fact most lions do come from there but this has not always been the case. If we went back ten thousand years, we would find that there were lions roaming vast sections of the globe. However no, unfortunately only a very small section of the lion’s former habitat remains.

Asiatic lions are sub-species of African lions. It is almost a hundred thousand years since the Asiatic lions split off and developed as a sub-species. At one time the Asiatic lion was living as far west as Greece and they were found from there, but in a band that spreads east through various countries of the Middle East, all the way to India. In museums now, you can see Greek coins that have clear images of the Asiatic lion on them. Most of them are dated at around 500 B.C. However, Europe saw its last Asiatic lions roaming free to thousand years ago. Over the next nineteen hundred years, the numbers of Asiatic lions in the other areas declined steadily, but it was only in the nineteenth century that they disappeared from everywhere but in India.

The Gir Wildlife Sanctuary in India was established especially to protect the Asiatic lion. There are now around three hundred Asiatic lions in India and almost all of them are in this sanctuary. However, despite living in a sanctuary, which makes them safe from hunters, they still face a number of problems that threaten their survival. One of these is the ever-present danger of disease. This is what killed more than a third of Africa’s Serengeti lions in 1994, and people are fearful that something similar could happen in the Gir Sanctuary and kill off many of the Asiatic lions there.

India’s lions are particularly vulnerable because they have a limited gene pool. The reason for this is interesting – it is because all of them are descended from a few dozen lions that were saved by a prince who took a particular interest in them. He was very healthy, and he managed to protect them otherwise they would probably have died out completely.
When you see the Asiatic lion in India, what you sense is enormous vitality. They are very impressive animals and you would never guess that they have this vulnerability when you look at them.


Which best serves as the title for the passage?

  • Habitat of Asiatic lions
  • The Origin of Asiatic lions
  • The Disappearance of Asiatic lions
  • The Truth about Asiatic Lion

The phrase “split off” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to____.

  • spotted animals
  • divided
  • developed into different species
  • changed the original species

The word “vulnerable” in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to_____.

  • weak
  • careless
  • cautious
  • easily protected

The word "them" in paragraph 2 refers to ____.

  • Asiatic lion
  • Greek coins
  • African lions
  • hunters

According to the author, the Gir Wildlife Sanctuary _____.

  • protects the Asiatic lion from hunters and diseases
  • cannot reduce the Asiatic lion’s risk of catching diseases
  • can make the Asiatic lion become weak
  • is among many places where the Asiatic lion is well protected

The author refers to all of the following as characteristics of the Asiatic lion EXCEPT that _____.

  • strong
  • vulnerable
  • vital
  • impressive

According to the passage, nowadays we can find the Asiatic lion _____.

  • nowhere in the world
  • only in Greek museums
  • in Africa and India
  • only in India

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

If you enjoy water sports, Hawaii is the place for you. You can go swimming all year round in the warm water. You can go sports fishing from the shore or from a boat. If you like boats, you can go sailing, canoeing, or windsurfing. Or, you can also try some other water sports that are especially popular in Hawaii: surfing, snorkeling, and scuba diving.

Surfing is a sport which started in Hawaii many years ago. The Hawaiians called it “he'e nalu”, which means “to slide on a wave”. If you want to try surfing, you need, first of all, to be a good swimmer. You also have to have an excellent sense of balance. You must swim out from the beach with your surfboard under your arm. When you get to where the waves begin to break, you wait for a calm moment. Then you try to stand up on the board. The wave will begin to rise under you. You must try to steer the board with your feet so you stay on top of the wave. The important thing is to keep your balance and not fall down. If you can manage this, you will have an exciting ride all the way into the shore.

Scuba diving and snorkeling are two ways to get a close look at the beauty lying below the surface of the ocean. The waters off the Hawaiian Islands are clean, clear and warm. They contain hundreds of kinds of colorful fish. The undersea world is made even more colorful by the coral reefs of red, gold, white and light purple. Among these reefs, there may be larger fish or sea turtles.

Scuba diving allows you to see the most interesting undersea sights. “Scuba” means “Self-contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus”, that is, equipment for breathing and swimming around far underwater. In Hawaii, you can take special courses to learn how to scuba dive. After the courses, you can get a certificate that will allow you to dive alone. Since it can be dangerous, proper instruction and great care are always necessary when you are scuba diving.

If you are adventurous, you might try snorkeling instead of scuba diving. Less equipment is needed, just a face mask, a breathing tube (snorkel) and flippers for your feet. It only takes a few minutes to learn how to snorkel. Although you cannot dive deep into the water, you can swim with your face below the surface. Breathing through the tube, you float on the surface, and keep yourself moving with your flippers. Even from the surface like this, there will be plenty of color and beauty to see.


The passage is about _____.

  • water sports around the world
  • surfing
  • tourist activities in Hawaii
  • water sports in Hawaii

You can infer from the passage that _____.

  • water sports are all expensive
  • you need to take a course for all water sports
  • everyone can find a way to enjoy sports in the water
  • swimming in Hawaii can be dangerous

According to the passage, surfing _____.

  • began as a sport in 1943
  • was invented by the native Hawaiians
  • requires expensive equipment
  • is very dangerous

The water around the Hawaiian Islands is ______.

  • often quite cold
  • full of colorful things
  • usually very dark
  • full of dangerous fish

The word “this” in the second paragraph refers to ____.

  • standing on the board
  • keeping balanced and not falling down
  • an exciting ride
  • staying on top of the wave

According to the passage, scuba diving ____.

  • is an ancient Hawaiian water sport
  • requires special equipment and training
  • is the only way to see the fish underwater
  • requires good balance

The word “proper” in paragraph 4 refers to ____.

  • enthusiastic
  • informative
  • appropriate
  • short and clear

Which statement is supported by the information in the passage?

  • Snorkeling involves breathing through the tube, floating on the surface and moving with flippers.
  • Snorkeling requires more expensive equipment than scuba diving.
  • Snorkeling is for adventurous people.
  • Snorkeling was invented in ancient times.

Read the following passage and choose the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the blanks. 


Teaching English as a foreign language can be a great way to travel around the world and earn money at the same time. However, some graduates actually like the idea of (A)____ a career in teaching English, and there are numerous courses at various (B)____, from the basic certificates to the diploma or even the masters.
To find the right course, a good place to start is TEFL.com – an Internet site with lots of relevant information and helpful (C)____ including a full list of places in the UL offering courses. The site also offers assistance to qualified graduates (D)____ finding work.
When deciding on a course, the best thing to do is to look at what your needs are. If you want a career in teaching English, then definitely find one designed for that (E)____, such as an MA or diploma; but if you want to travel around the world, then do a shorter course that will supply you with teaching skills.


  • following
  • hunting
  • chasing
  • tracking


  • categories
  • levels
  • classes
  • groups


  • idea
  • advice
  • suggestion
  • opinion


  • to
  • for
  • at
  • in


  • purpose
  • aim
  • use
  • function