Đề ôn thi tốt nghiệp THPT số 51

6/23/2021 9:40:00 AM

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

  • sale

  • branch

  • date

  • plane

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

  • listens

  • reviews

  • protects

  • enjoys

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

  • pollution
  • dynamite
  • specific
  • protection

Susan rarely stays up late, _______?

  • is she
  • isn’t she
  • does she
  • doesn’t she

The online game “Dumb Ways To Die” quickly _____ with young people after being released in 2013.

  • took on
  • caught up
  • caught on
  • took up

Jack _____ many new friends since he _____ this basketball club.

  • made/has joined
  • was making/was joining
  • has made/ joined
  • was making/joins

_____, they get on well with each other.

  • To quarrel a lot like most sibling at their age
  • But most siblings at their age quarrel a lot
  • While most siblings at their age quarrel a lot
  • For most siblings to quarrel a lot at their age

_____ conclusion, I would say that having a pet has many advantages.

  • For
  • On
  • In
  • By

That was a _____ moment when we won the first prize in an English-speaking contest.

  • memory
  • memorable
  • memorize
  • memorably

Although the Internet is thought to give children opportunities to ______ their minds, reports has shown its negative effect on children's mental health.

  • enlarge
  • broaden
  • spread
  • open

A book may be studied by students as the _____ of a writing and analysis exercise in the form of a book report.

  • limit
  • time
  • subject
  • interest

Janet rode an airplane yesterday for the first time. The airplane, which _____ by Singapore Airlines, was flown by an experienced pilot.

  • operated
  • were operated
  • was operated
  • operating

He is still out of work, ____ applying for hundreds of jobs.

  • for
  • despite
  • yet
  • though

I’m afraid I can’t attend the meeting as I’m a bit _____ the weather today.

  • below
  • down
  • down with
  • under

The most wonderful thing of the botanical trip is that we ate some _____ grapes. 

  • round green Roman
  • green Roman round
  • Roman green round
  • round Roman green

The more educated women are, the _____ they marry.

  • soon
  • later
  • latter
  • lastest

_____ well, she failed her driving test yesterday.

  • Being studied
  • Not studying
  • Studied
  • Not having studied

I bought some new shoes which are very similar _____ a pair I had before.

  • with
  • as
  • to
  • from

Choose the word that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part.

We found a huge hoard of tinned food in the basement.

  • stockpile
  • burrow
  • mine
  • dessert

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

Many people left early because the film was uninteresting

  • exciting
  • informative
  • attractive
  • boring

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

Some find it hard to accommodate themselves to the new working conditions.

  • contain
  • unsuit
  • adjust
  • adapt

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

We raced against the clock so as to fulfill our production plan according to schedule.

  • attentively
  • hurriedly
  • gradually
  • quickly

- Daisy: “What an attractive hairstyle you have got, Mary!”

- Mary: “_____”

  • Thank you very much! I am afraid.
  • You are telling a lie.
  • Thank you for your compliment!
  • I don't like your sayings.

- "I think the government should do everything it can to discourage people from smoking."

- "_____ It does harm to both smokers and people around them."

  • You must be kidding.
  • Not at all.
  • I’m in total agreement.
  • That's impossible.

Read and choose the best answer for each space.

What a load of rubbish!!

It's difficult to believe that after years of people working hard to fight pollution and take action the environment, we still have a long way to go before we succeed.

Oceanographers have discovered a huge ‘plastic soup’ from rubbish floating in the Pacific Ocean. This island of rubbish has been growing slowly for over 60 years and is now so big. It goes from California to Hawaii and nearly to Japan. It everything you could imagine, from plastic bags to children's toys and even plastic swimming pools!

The ‘Great Garbage Patch’ as it's sometimes called, causes lots of problems. One of is the chemicals it produces in the sea. These chemicals and small pieces of plastic are now appearing in fish, and obviously, this means the plastic-filled fish could get into our dinner plates!

It’s not all bad news . At the moment, a conversation group is investigating if the 100 million tons of waste can be turned into fuel and used in a positive way.

Let’s hope they take action on the ‘plastic soup’ now before it gets any bigger!

(Adapted from Close-up B1 pre-intermediate)

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

According to airline industry statistics, almost 90 percent of airline accidents are survivable or partially survivable. But passengers can increase their chances of survival by learning and following certain tips. Experts say that you should read and listen to safety instructions before take-off and ask questions if you have uncertainties. You should fasten your seat belt low on your hips and as tightly as possible. Of course, you should also know how the release mechanism of your belt operates. During take-offs and landings, you are advised to keep your feet flat on the floor. Before take-off, you should locate the nearest exit and an alternative exit and count the rows of seats between you and the exits so that you can reach them in the dark if necessary. In the event that you are forewarned of a possible accident, you should put your hands on your ankles and keep your head down until the planes come to a complete stop. If smoke is present in the cabin, you should keep your head low and cover your face with napkins, towels, or clothing. If possible, wet these for added protection against smoke inhalation. To evacuate as quickly as possible, follow crew commands and do not take personal belongings with you. Do not jump on escape slides before they are fully inflated, and when you jump, do so with your arms and legs extended in front of you. When you get to the ground, you should move away from the plane as quickly as possible, and smoke near the wreckage.

What is the main topic of the passage?

  • Procedures for evacuation aircraft
  • Guidelines for increasing aircraft passenger survival
  • Airline industry accident statistics
  • Safety instructions in air travel

According to the passage, airline travelers should keep their feet flat on the floor _____.

  • especially during landings
  • throughout the flight
  • only if an accident is possible
  • during take-offs and landings

Airline passengers are advised to do all of the following EXCEPT _______.

  • ask questions about safety
  • locate the nearest exit
  • fasten their seat belts before take-off
  • carry personal belongings in an emergency

The word “inflated” is closest in meaning to _____.

  • expanded
  • lifted
  • assembled
  • increased

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

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Energy being the power from sources such as electricity and coal that makes machines work or provides heat.

  • being
  • that makes
  • work
  • provides heat

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Local people are advised to use economic boxes and reuse containers such as glass jars and cartons instead of wrapping food in plastic.

  • economic
  • and reuse
  • cartons
  • instead of

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

I believe that only very self-confident, knowledge and attentive students will prefer 100% of eye contact time.

  • only very
  • knowledge
  • will prefer
  • eye contact time

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

“If I were you, I would give up smoking”, she said to Tom.

  • She asked Tom to give up smoking.
  • She said "If she were Tom, she would give up smoking".
  • She would never smoking if she were Tom.
  • She advised Tom to give up smoking.

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

Don't drop litter in the streeet, or you'll be fined.

  • You mustn't drop litter in the street.
  • You have to drop litter in the street.
  • You don't need to drop litter in the street.
  • You can drop litter in the street.

Choose the sentence that best combines this pair of sentences.

Overeating is a cause of several deadly diseases. Physical inactivity is another cause of several deadly diseases.

  • Not only overeating but also physical inactivity may lead to several deadly diseases.
  • Apart from physical activities, eating too much also contributes to several deadly diseases.
  • Both overeating and physical inactivity result from several deadly diseases.
  • Overeating and physical inactivity are caused by several deadly diseases.

Choose the sentence that has a similar meaning to the original one.

It is two years since we last worked with each other.

  • We haven't worked with each other for two years.
  • We didn't work with each other two years ago.
  • We were at work for two years.
  • The last time we worked with each other was since two years.