Đề thi thử THPT môn tiếng Anh số 2

3/15/2023 3:57:03 PM

Lan is talking to Nam about one source of study on YouTube.

- Lan: "I think SunEnglish is a good channel for us to prepare for the National Exam."

- Nam: "_____. It is very informative and useful."

  • I'm not sure about that
  • It’s so unbelievable
  • I can't agree with you more
  • I'm considering what you say

David: "Do you mind if I have a look at your project on community development?"

Jane: "_____"

  • No, not at all.
  • Yes, it's a good project.
  • Yes, you're welcome.
  • As quickly as possible.
We were all impressed by the story _____ through songs and dance.
  • told
  • was told
  • telling
  • was telling

A holiday by the sea is _____ than a holiday in the mountains.

  • good
  • best
  • better
  • the best

After Hannah _____ her working day tomorrow, she _____ over my house.

  • finish/ will come
  • will finish/ comes
  • will finish/ come
  • finishes/ will come

We are excited _____ the first day of school.

  • at
  • with
  • about
  • in

On July 28, 1995, Vietnam became _____ seventh member of ASEAN.

  • a
  • the
  • an

Everyone hopes to pass the next final exam, _____?

  • doesn't he
  • hasn't he
  • haven't they
  • don't they

The story about UFOs caught the _____ of the whole class.

  • decision
  • imagination
  • evidence
  • science

Could you please look _____ this contract? I will have to sign it.

  • up
  • down
  • over
  • after

They detest _____ so early in the morning.

  • getting up
  • get up
  • to get up
  • gets up

Tim dropped the _____ on doing this task again because of his carelessness. I can't stand him anymore.

  • pin
  • needle
  • button
  • ball
She _____ the ironing when she heard the news.
  • has done
  • is doing
  • was doing
  • had done

Their rooms were on the top floor so they _____ the lift.

  • went
  • took
  • drove
  • set
Some of Bill's classmates _____ to his party tomorrow.
  • will be invited
  • were invited
  • invited
  • will invite

The audience reacted _____ to the performance.

  • strength
  • strong
  • strongly
  • strengthen

More _____ comforts were available, such as a lightweight camp stove.

  • creature
  • human
  • patient
  • furniture

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

  • thunder

  • weather

  • clothing

  • therefore

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

  • careful
  • common
  • rubbish
  • machine

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

  • organise   
  • decorate 
  • divorce   
  • promise

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

The number of English students increases from 100 to 150.

  • decreases
  • reduces
  • rises
  • discounts

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

ICD implantation is a routine operation with a very low complication rate.

  • cheap
  • small
  • usual
  • quick

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

The government has authorized the army to sell its surplus weapons.

  • forbidden
  • empowered
  • allowed
  • permitted

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

She went off on a tangent about what happened to her last summer.

  • beat about the bush
  • kept her word
  • focused on her topic
  • went like a bomb

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

All early television was broadcast in black and white. Color television was possible, but it was too  and of very poor quality  the middle of the 1950s. Color television broadcasts began in the United States in 1954, in Japan in 1960 and in Europe in 1967. The first landing on the moon was broadcast live on television in 1969, and now television programs are  all over the world immediately through the use of satellites  transmit the signal from the earth, through the space, and back to the earth. More people now get their news and  through television than through newspapers and radio. the development of television is one of the most rapid and exciting events of our century.

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

Writing an article for your school newspaper may seem difficult and boring, but it will give you an opportunity to learn about a variety of issues, meet and interview people from different backgrounds, and improve your writing skills. If you are interested but do not know where to begin, start by joining a journalism class or newspaper club. If your school does not have one, talk to your teacher for help starting one.

Start searching for new events or issues that have been brought up in school. For example, if the election for class president is coming up, interview the candidates and write about them. Even though you can write about anything for your school newspaper, you need to be responsible about what you write. You can be creative with your writing, but do not write about things that are too personal or mean to others. You must deliver facts and not rumors.

Try to stay focused on your topic so that your readers will understand your main point. Even if you are out of ideas and have a deadline, do not copy others' ideas. If you want to use an idea from someone else, you must refer to it. To make your article easier and more fun to understand, try to find a relevant picture or drawing to make your work more creative and visual. 


What is the text about?

  • How to write an article
  • How to write a novel
  • How to write a recipe
  • How to prepare an event

The word "candidates" in the paragraph 2 is closet in meaning to _____.

  • mentors
  • monitors
  • nominees
  • teachers

What does the word "one" in paragraph 1 refer to?

  • a writing skill
  • a journalism field
  • a newspaper club
  • a new event

Which sentence is NOT true about writing a newspaper article? 

  • It is OK for you to write rumors.
  • You can use some images that are related to your topic.
  • You should not copy someone else's idea.
  • Your writing topics are unlimited.

What can you add to your article to make it more interesting?

  • a photo
  • a song
  • a map
  • a rumor

Read and answer the following questions.

Why do Humans Blush?

Blushing is triggered by feelings of shame, anxiety and anger. Image: thetimes.co.uk

Has your face ever turned red? Sometimes, when we are embarrassed, anxious, or angry, this happens. It’s called blushing. Surprisingly, humans are the only animals that can blush. Little children, teenagers, adults, and grandparents all blush from time to time. There isn't a way to control blushing or make it stop. It can happen anytime you are embarrassed or stressed. Don't worry - blushing doesn't hurt you in any way. Your face may feel hot, but you won't feel any pain. Blushing doesn't last long, either. Once you are out of the stressful situation, your face returns to its normal color.

Blushing is part of our involuntary nervous system. This is a very important system in the body, but we can't control it. It works automatically and without us even thinking about it. In addition to controlling blushing, it also tells our heart to beat and our lungs to breathe. A stressor is something that causes stress. When we face a stressor, the involuntary nervous system releases a special chemical. It's called adrenaline. When the body senses this chemical, it responds in several ways. Our heartbeat speeds up. Our breathing gets faster. The pupils in our eyes get big. Extra blood flows to our muscles. Scientists call this the "fight or flight" response because it's supposed to make us do one of two things. We can either run away from the stressor in "flight." Or we can stay and deal with the stressor through a "fight."

Adrenaline also causes us to blush. The face has many small pathways for our blood, called veins. These veins lay just below the skin of our faces. When adrenaline hits our facial veins, they expand. All of that extra room in the veins leaves space for blood to come rushing into our faces. That extra blood makes our face look extra red. The other veins in our body don't react in this way. That's why our face can be red, while the rest of our body still has a normal color.

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According to the article, the release of adrenaline causes all of the following EXCEPT _____.

  • tighter muscle
  • faster breath
  • bigger pupils
  • faster heartbeat

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

  • blushing's
  • nervous system's
  • your face's
  • stressful situation's

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

  • deliberate
  • doubtful
  • instinctive
  • intentional

According to the article, blushing _____.

  • is something that causes stress and anxiety
  • results from the adrenaline release in the body
  • appears to be common in all living things
  • is the reddening of all parts of the body

The word "hits" in the last paragraph is closest in meaning to _____.

  • attacks
  • presses
  • reaches
  • realizes

What is true according to the article?

  • More adrenaline is released when we have positive feelings than when we have negative ones.
  • When we blush, our body does not experience any physical suffering.
  • It takes a long time for blushing to disappear even when we get out of the stressful situation.
  • Only when our body releases adrenaline can our stress be relieved.

What is the main idea of this article?

  • Blushing leads to the "fight or flight" response in embarrassing situations.
  • Blushing is a natural, uncontrollable part of the human body's defense system.
  • Blushing happens only in humans since we are exposed to many stressors.
  • Blushing makes it impossible for humans to hide their thoughts and feelings.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

John has to work at weekends. He won't go on a picnic with us.

  • Unless John works at weekends, he will go on a picnic with us.
  • But for his working at weekends, John wouldn't go on a picnic with us.
  • Provided John works at weekends, he will go on a picnic with us.
  • If John didn't have to work at weekends, he would go on a picnic with us.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

The president failed to explain the cause of the crisis. He did not offer any solutions.

  • The president was not able to explain the cause of the crisis as well as any solutions.
  • The president's solution was not offered because he couldn't give any explanation for the crisis.
  • The president's explanation for the crisis was such a failure that he couldn't offer any solutions.
  • The president couldn't explain the cause of the crisis, nor did he offer any solutions.

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

He fall off his bike and his friends took him to a doctor yesterday.

  • fall off
  • and
  • him
  • a doctor

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

A: Have you seen my keys? I never remember where I’ve left it.

B: Oh, by the front door.

  • seen
  • where
  • it
  • by

Choose the underlined part that needs correction. 

Basically speaking, firefighters wear protected clothing to reduce the risk of being burned. 

  • Basically
  • protected
  • to reduce
  • of being

Choose the sentence CLOSEST in meaning to the sentence given.

You're not obliged to sign the contract now, but a delay may mean losing the position.

  • The company offering the contract would like you to think carefully before signing the document.
  • The job will certainly be given to somebody less hesitant if you do not sign at once.
  • You do not have to sign the contract immediately, but the company doesn’t promise to reserve the job for you.
  • You must wait before signing a contract even if you feel you should accept employment straightaway.

Choose the sentence CLOSEST in meaning to the sentence given.

It is over twenty years since I last got in touch with my old friends.

  • I have been getting in touch with my friends for over twenty years.
  • I haven't gotten in touch with my old friends for over twenty years.
  • I can't help getting in touch with my old friends for over twenty years.
  • I used to get in touch with my old friends for over twenty years.

Choose the sentence CLOSEST in meaning to the sentence given.

"How often does your brother go to the art gallery?" she said to Tom.

  • She asked Tom how often his brother went to the art gallery.
  • She asked Tom whether how often his brother went to the art gallery.
  • She said to Tom how often his brother went to the art gallery.
  • She asked Tom how often his brother goes to the art gallery.