Đề luyện thi tiếng Anh THPT QG # 27

11/26/2018 12:00:00 AM
Đề luyện thi tiếng Anh THPT QG # 27 giúp các em học sinh khắp các tỉnh thành ôn luyện cho kỳ thi THPT quốc gia.

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

  • composer

  • solo

  • post

  • love

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

  • separate

  • music

  • single

  • arts

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

  • loneliness
  • management
  • confident
  • protective

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

  • difficulty
  • community
  • ability
  • effectively

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

What happened in that city were a reaction from city workers, including firemen and policemen who had been laid off from their jobs.

  • What happened
  • were
  • including
  • their

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Nitrogen must be combine with another element such as hydrogen or oxygen to be useful in agriculture or industry.

  • must be combine
  • another element
  • such as
  • to be useful

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Benjamin Franklin was the editor of the largest newspaper in the colonies, a diplomatic representative to France, and he invented many useful devices.

  • was
  • the largest
  • he invented
  • useful

Without my parents' support, I ______ my overseas study.

  • had not completed
  • would not have completed
  • will not complete
  • did not complete

The Prime Minister congratulated the team _____ winning the match.

  • for
  • in
  • on
  • into

The more you talk about the matter, _______.

  • the situation seems the worse
  • the situation seems worse
  • the worse seems the situation
  • the worse the situation seems

She listened so attentively that not a word ______.

  • she had missed
  • she missed
  • she didn't miss
  • did she miss

______ does not circle around the earth was proven by Galileo.

  • That the rest of the universe
  • Since the rest of the universe
  • As the rest of the universe
  • The rest of the universe

_____ that Mary was able to retire at the age of 50.

  • So successful was her business
  • So was her successful business
  • Her business was too successful
  • So successful her business was

Both liquids and gases flow freely from a container because they have _____.

  • not definite shape
  • none definite shape
  • no definite shape
  • nothing definite shape

When a fire broke out in the Louvre, at least twenty _____ paintings were destroyed, including two by Picasso.

  • worthless
  • priceless
  • valueless
  • worthy

I phoned the company, who _____ me that my goods had been delivered.

  • guaranteed
  • assured
  • reassured
  • confirmed

She kept her son _____ because he had a high temperature.

  • on
  • in
  • off
  • to

Learning English isn't so difficult once you ______.

  • get on it
  • get off it
  • get down to it
  • get down with it

It is very important to make a good impression _____ your interviewer.

  • on
  • for
  • of
  • to

Choose the most suitable response to complete the following exchange.

- "You haven't been to the bank today, have you?" 

- "________"

  • Yes, I haven't. I am busy.
  • No, I haven't any money.
  • No, I have. I got some money.
  • No, I haven't. I'm about to.

- "Have you able to reach Peter?"

- "_____"

  • That's no approval.
  • Yes, I've known him for years.
  • No, the line is busy.
  • It's much too high.

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

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Oganization (UNESCO) was established in 1946.

  • set up
  • found out
  • run through
  • put away

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

People in Korea gave books to schools in Indonesia, and Indonesians taught Koreans a traditional dance. This exchange helped them learn about each other's culture.

  • giving and receiving things at the same time
  • trying many different things at the same time
  • the process of changing an amount of one currency
  • an arrangement for two parties

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

Strongly advocating health foods, Janes doesn't eat any chocolate.

  • denying
  • doubting
  • supporting
  • advising

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

Unless the two signatures are identical, the bank won't honor the check.

  • different
  • genuine
  • fake
  • similar

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

Tom writes French as well as he speaks it.

  • Tom is bad at writing English.
  • Tom does not speak French so well as he writes it.
  • Tom writes and speaks French equally well.
  • Even though Tom writes French well, he speaks it better.

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

You can try as hard as you like but you won't succeed.

  • However hard you try, you won't succeed.
  • You can hardly try as you like, but you won't succeed.
  • You won't succeed because you can't try as hard.
  • Although you won't succeed, you can try as hard as you like.

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

Refusal to give a breath sample to the police could lead to your arrest.

  • If a breath sample is not given, the police will refuse to arrest you.
  • If you refuse to be arrested, you have to give a breath sample.
  • You could be arrested for not giving a breath sample to the police.
  • The police could cause you to give a breath sample to decide whether to arrest you or not.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

I've been too busy to answer my email. However, I'll do it soon. 

  • I haven't got round to answering my email but I'll do it soon.
  • I haven't got time to answer my email but I'll do it soon.
  • If I had been too busy to answer my email, I would do it soon.
  • I haven't taken up answering my email but I'll do it soon.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

The electricity has been cut off for two days now. All the food in the freezer has been defrosted.

  • The electricity has been cut off for two days now; however, all the food in the freezer has been defrosted.
  • The electricity has been cut off for two days now; as a result, all the food in the freezer has been defrosted.
  • The electricity has been cut off for two days now; consequences, all the food in the freezer has been defrosted.
  • The electricity has been cut off for two days now so that all the food in the freezer has been defrosted.

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

Let the Car Drive

Human beings are notorious for making mistakes. If you look at the police log in any given city on any given day, you will definitely (A)_______ that one of the biggest problems all cities face is car accidents. People do all sorts of things that (B)_______ them into trouble on the roadways. Sometimes, they feel sleepy or they talk on cell phones while they are driving. Whatever the case may be, the accidents that are caused are almost always due to human error.

The car accident as a human error might be in for a big shake-up that will make the roadways much safer. We may soon be (C)_______ into an era of self-driving cars that communicate with other cars on the road while (D)_______ the areas around them to avoid obstacles and keep the passengers safe. The technology is already here, and it is proving to be successful.

One company that has fully been (E)________ the idea of driverless car is Google. The company’s driverless car programme is run by Sebastian Thun, who gained fame in 2005 when his team from Stanford won the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) Grand Challenge.


  • experience
  • find
  • find out
  • realize


  • put
  • push
  • save
  • get


  • moving
  • transferring
  • transmitting
  • signalling


  • discovering
  • aiming
  • searching
  • monitoring


  • holding
  • including
  • embracing
  • accepting

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

Twitter: 140 Characters to Express Yourself

At the start of the social media revolution, Facebook quickly became the most popular site for sharing information with others. However, it is not the only service that people can use to express themselves. Those who believe in the old saying that “more is less” may want to check out Twitter. Part of Twitter’s appeal is that it limits users to 140 characters whenever they update their status. This forces people to quickly “get to the point” when they are communicating.

Twitter is a microblogging service that was created by four American programmers in 2006. The founders chose the name Twitter because the word has two definitions: “a short burst of information” and “the sound that little birds make”, both of which fit the description of what their service provides. In fact, some people have even labeled Twitter the “SMS of the Internet”. Twitter is not just about words though. Users can also share videos and pictures. Another thing which truly sets Twitter apart from its competition is the hashtag. Hashtags are a special way of labeling and classifying information. They help people interested in a subject to find related posts and content. For example, some interested in sports could simply search for hashtag sports and they would find all messages tagged in this manner.

Twitter has also allowed people to easily connect with others who they would have never had access to in the past. This has enabled fans to interact with their favourite celebrities by following their Twitter updates and sending them direct messages. Of course, there is no guarantee that the famous person will respond, as the celebrities may receive thousands of messages each day. However, there have been some pretty stunning interactions. In 2011, singer Justin Timberlake made headlines when he accepted an invitation from a female soldier to attend a Marine Corps ball. In return, many celebrities find it gratifying to know some of their supporters more closely. However, there is a dark side to Twitter conversations: Some people who don’t think before sending out tweets that can cause outrage by making inappropriate or insensitive remarks.

In November 2013, Twitter went public on the New York Stock Exchange. The added investments should allow the company to do some incredible things in the near future.

What is an effect of Twitter's word limit mentioned in the article?

  • It helps people focus on what they want to say.
  • It caused many users to quit Twitter and use other sites.
  • It is something that most users hope will change very soon.
  • It is the same word limit that other social media sites use.

What is the benefit of hashtags?

  • They help users maintain privacy.
  • They help celebrities earn more money.
  • They help people find relevant content more easily.
  • They help sports fans improve their skills.

What does the passage suggest about celebrities?

  • They shouldn't be allowed to use Twitter.
  • Many of them enjoy connecting with their fans.
  • They usually reply to every message they get.
  • Most celebrities don't have Twitter accounts.

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

  • influence
  • statement
  • request
  • attraction

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

  • fans
  • websites
  • celebrities
  • requests

Which of the following is an example of the "darker side" of Twitter?

  • A fan asks a celebrity to do a favour.
  • A celebrity takes a fan to a dance.
  • Someone posts rude insults about another person.
  • Someone closes their account due to a lack of time.

Who would be most interested in the passage?

  • A person who wants to meet others online.
  • A person who likes to write long posts on social media.
  • A person who is looking to protect their identity on the Internet.
  • A person who is dreaming of becoming famous in the future.

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

Raising a Child Athlete 

In many countries, children with sporting potential are identified early and encouraged to achieve athletic greatness by training for hours every day. While some people see this as a great opportunity for kids to be healthy, others argue that too much focus on training can hurt young people. How parents should raise child athletes has become a big topic of their debate.

People who are against such serious commitment to sport say that there are many negatives to training so intensively. Here are some of their arguments:

  • The long hours spent training can distant the child from his or her family.
  • Athletes who spend too much time training miss out on education. The child may not be prepared for other real world activities, such as going to college and having a non-athletic job.
  • Pressure from parents and coaches to win can be psychologically damaging for the child. Parents may also become too pushy and end up caring more about athletic achievements than the child.

Dr. Christine Carr, a psychologist, suggests that parents take some important steps to make sure that their kids are getting the most out of sports. Carr says that the focus should be on the child’s happiness and about learning life lessons. Self-discipline, determination, and learning to deal with failure are some of the important life skills and lessons kids can learn from sports. Other experts point to the importance of letting children make their own decisions. Top athletes Tiger Woods and Michael Phelps have said that they appreciated their parents letting them decide how much or how little they wanted to train. In fact, according to Phelps’ mother, he had trouble focusing in the classroom until he found a sport that he was passionate about. By allowing Michael to focus on his sport, his mother also saw him improve as a student.

Another thing that many parents and doctors agree on is the importance of developing a close relationship with the family. Dr. Carr suggests eating dinner together and says it is a simple way to remind children that family is important, and that support can always be found at home. Woods and Phelps both had supportive families and made it public, with parents attending their many competitions.

Raising an athlete is not easy. By balancing life and training, parents can set their children up for success and help them become winners in sports and in life.

What is this passage mainly about?

  • why training child athletes is wrong
  • when child athletes should begin training
  • how parents can decide if their child would make a good athlete
  • how parents can raise child athletes the right way

The purpose of the second paragraph is to _____.

  • examine what child psychologists say
  • list arguments against training young athletes
  • compare arguments for and against training young athletes
  • list bad ways to train children

What best describes Dr. Carr's opinion of children in sports?

  • She thinks sports have the potential to benefit children.
  • She is against children playing sports.
  • She thinks only teenagers should play sports.
  • She thinks sports are good but meaningless for children.

What is said about "failure" in the third paragraph?

  • It should be avoided.
  • It happens when athletes don't train hard enough.
  • It is something child athletes should not think about.
  • It is something children should learn to deal with.

The phrase "the most" in paragraph 3 refers to _____.

  • the highest medals
  • the world's records
  • the most benefits
  • the most serious trainings

Why does the writer use Tiger Woods and Michael Phelps as examples?

  • They are very rich and successful athletes.
  • They had supportive families as child athletes.
  • They have spoken about the dangers of training too hard.
  • They are now raising their children as child athletes.

Why does Dr. Carr say families should eat dinner together at home?

  • because it is an important meal for child athletes
  • because otherwise the children might eat fast food
  • because children should spend their evenings at home
  • because it teaches children the importance of family

Who would find this passage the most useful?

  • child psychologists
  • coaches of child athletes
  • parents of child athletes
  • adult athletes