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ĐỀ THI THỬ THPT QUỐC GIA NĂM HỌC 2020 – 2021
MÔN: TIẾNG ANH
THỜI GIAN: 60 phút (không kể phát đề)
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 5. In the area, people have ______ from oil to gas central heating.
Question 6. ______ from Oxford University, Kim decided to return to her home country.
A. Having graduated
B. To have graduated
C. Having been graduated
D. To graduate
Question 7. The new perfume ______ into the market just in time for the holiday season quickly became famous.
B. that is launched
D. which launched
Question 8. ______ being small, the kitchen is well designed.
A. In spite of
D. Because of
Question 9. Tony’s boss doesn’t want him to ______ a habit of using the office phone for personal calls.
Question 10. My father has bought a ______ table as a birthday present for my mother.
A. nice wooden dressing
B. wooden dressing nice
C. nice dressing wooden
D. wooden nice dressing
Question 11. ______, her children will have gone to bed.
A. When she returns home tonight
B. If she returned home tonight
C. Unless she returns home tonight
D. As long as she has returned home tonight
Question 12. The more food we produce, ______ it gets.
A. the cheapest
B. the cheaper
Question 13. We think they will win the match, ______?
A. will they
B. won’t they
C. don’t we
D. do we
Question 14. This latest defeat is another ______ in the team’s coffin.
Question 15. He will face the investigation with his reputation ______stake.
Question 16. Parents are always anxious for their children to ______ in life.
A. pick up
B. put up
C. take off
D. get on
Question 17. Jet lag causes problems with our__________ clock.
Question 18. The village ______ in an earthquake last month.
A. completely destroyed
B. was completely destroying
C. was completely destroyed
D. completely destroyed
Question 19. Pat ______ along the street when he saw a ward of dollars on the pavement.
B. is walking
D. was walking
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 20. Middle English was spoken from roughly the twelfth century through the fifteenth century.
Question 21. “Inky cap” is the name given to mushrooms which give off an inkle liquid after discharging their spores.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 22. You must answer the police’s questions truthfully, otherwise you will get into trouble
A. differently from things happening
B. with a negative attitude
C. in a harmful way
D. the same as you can
Question 23. As it was a very hot summer, sales of bottles of water went through the roof.
A. were highly apprecited
B. were indifferent
C. increased quickly
D. increased slowly
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges.
Question 24. Maria and John are at the cafeteria.
Maria: Would you like to have some coffee?
– John: “______”
A. Get a life.
B. I’m glad you like it.
C. I’d love to.
D. Me too.
Question 25. Irene and Frank are talking about the inveronment.
Irene: “Everyone should be aware of the importance of a good environment” – Frank: “______”
A. I’m sorry about that.
B. Not at all. Go ahead.
C. Not so bad. And you?
D. You can say that again.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 26 to 30.
After a busy day of work and play, the body needs to rest. Sleep is necessary for good health. During this time, the body recovers from the (26) of the previous day. The rest that you get while sleeping enables your body to prepare itself for the next day. There are four levels of sleep, each being a little (27)______ than the one before. As you sleep, your muscles relax little by little. Your heart beats more slowly, and your brain slows down. After you reach the fourth level, your body shifts back and forth from one level of sleep to the other. Although your mind slows down, you will dream from time to time. Scientists who study sleep state that when dreaming (28)______, your eyeballs begin to move more quickly. This stage of sleep is called REM, (29)______ stands for Rapid Eye Movement. If you have trouble falling asleep, some people recommend breathing very slowly and deeply. Other people believe that drinking warm milk will make you (30)______. There is also an old suggestion that counting sheep will put you to sleep!
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 31 to 35.
Naming customs are different around the world. In most cultures, however, people have at least two names: a family name and given name. Your given name is the name you receive when you are born. Your family name is the name you share with other people in your farnily In the United States, the family name is often called the last name, and the given name is often called the first name. However, the order of two names is not the same everywhere. For example, in many Asian countnes, the family name is first and the given name is second. When two people from different cultures meet, sometimes they use the incorrect name. This can cause embarrassment.
Family names can show something about family’s early history. The origin of many English family names is a place, like London, or a job, such as Farmer or Shoemaker. A long time ago, these families probably worked as farmers or shoemakers. Swedish and Danish family names often mean son of ____. For example, Johansson means son of Johan. In South Korea, there are only about 250 family names. These names go back hundreds of year to vary old clans. About half of all Koreans have one of the three most common family names – Kim, Park or Lee.
There is generally no choice about family names, but there is much more choice about given names. Parents choose their child’s name for many different reasons. They many select a name that sounds beautiful or means something special. These names may have meaning like peaceful or happiness. In some cultures, there may be a connection between children’s names and when or how _they_ were born. For example, a Yoruba child in Nigeria might have a name like Sunday or Born on a Sunny day. In some countries, parents may pay money to a professional baby namer to help them find a good name. They want to find a name that will be lucky for their child.
Question 31: Which of the following best serves as the tittle for the passage?
A. Beautiful Names
B. Naming Customs
C. Naming for Fun
D. Naming for a Reason
Question 32. According to the passage, what can be learnt from a person’s family name?
A. his family’s history
B. his parents’ birthplace
C. his age
D. his name
Question 33. The word “clans” in Paragraph 2 mostly means ______.
A. lower class families
B. upper class families
C. large groups of families
D. a number of royal families
Question 34. What is NOT mentioned as a reason for parents to choose names for their child?
A. a name that shows how a child is born
B. a name that will be lucky for their child
C. a name that brings strength to the child
D. a name that means something special
Question 35. Which of the following statements can be inferred from the passage?
A. Naming is a universal cultute.
B. Naming can change their lives by changing their names.
C. People can choose their own names.
D. Names are selected in accordance with local customs.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 36 to 42.
It is hard to get any agreement on the precise meaning of the term “social class”. In everyday life, people tend to have a different approach to those they consider their equals from which they assume with people they consider higher or lower than themselves in social scale. The criteria we use to ‘place’ a new acquaintance, however, are a complex mixture of factors. Dress, way of speaking, area of residence in a given city or province, education and manners all play a part.
In ancient civilizations, the Sumerian, for example, which flourished in the lower Euphrates valley from 2000 to 5000 B.C. social differences were based on birth, status or rank, rather than on wealth. Four main classes were recognized. These were the rulers, the priestly administrators, the freemen (such as craftsmen, merchants or farmers) and the slaves.
In Greece, after the sixth-century B.C., there was a growing conflict between the peasants and the aristocrats, and a gradual decrease in the power of the aristocracy when a kind of ‘middle class’ of traders and skilled workers grew up. The population of Athens, for example, was divided into three main classes which were politically and legally distinct. About one-third of the total population was slaves, who did not count politically at all, a fact often forgotten by those who praise Athens as the nursery of democracy. The next main group consisted of resident foreigners, the, ‘metics’ who were freemen, though they too were allowed no share in political life. The third group was the powerful body of ‘citizens”, who were themselves divided into sub-classes.
In the later Middle Ages, however, the development of a money economy and the growth of cities and trade led to the rise of another class, the ‘burghers’ or city merchants and mayors. These were the predecessors of the modern middle classes. Gradually high office and occupation assumed importance in determining social position, as it became more and more possible for a person born to one station in life to move to another. This change affected the towns more than the country areas, where remnants of feudalism lasted much longer.
Question 36: According to the passage, we evaluate other people’s social position by ______.
A. questioning them in great details
B. their dress, manners, area of residence and other factors
C. finding out how much their salary is
D. the kind of job they do
Question 37: The word “criteria” in the first paragraph is closest in meaning to ______.
C. standards of judgment
Question 38: The word “which” in the paragraph 2 refers to ______.
A. ancient civilizations
D. Euphrates valley
Question 39: The decline of the Greek aristocracy’s power in the sixth century B.C ______.
A. caused international conflicts in the area
B. coincided with the rise of a new “middle class” of traders and peasants
C. was assisted by a rise in the number of slaves
D. lasted for only a short time
Question 40: Athens is often praised as the nursery of democracy_______.
A. even though slaves were allowed to vote
B. because its three main classes were politically and legally distinct.
C. in spite of its heavy dependence on slave labor
D. because even very young children could vote
Question 41: The word “predecessors” in the last paragraph is closest in meaning to ______.
Question 42: The passage is mainly about ______.
A. the human history
B. the modern society
C. the division of social classes in the ancient world
D. the social life in ancient Greece
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
Question 43. I haven’t been to London since I left school.
A. I went to London when I left school.
B. The last time I went to London was when I left school.
C. The last time I left school was when I went to London.
D. I left school when I went to London when .
Question 44. The new computer is too expensive for him to buy.
A. The new computer is so cheap that he needn’t buy it.
B. The new computer is expensive but he must buy it.
C. The new computer is cheap and he may buy it.
D. The new computer is so expensive that he cannot buy it.
Question 45. “If I were you, I would work harder,” said Linda.
A. Linda wished to work harder.
B. Linda advised me to work harder.
C. Linda objected to working harder.
D. Linda invited me to work harder.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.
Question 46. I became a chef. My father encouraged me to become a chef.
A. If my father hadn’t been courageous, I wouldn’t have become a chef.
B. Had it not been for my father’s encouragement, I would never have become a chef.
C. If my father had encouraged me, I would never have become a chef.
D. My father didn’t encourage me to become a chef.
Question 47. She didn’t invite him to her birthday party last night. She regrets about that.
A. She wishes she had invited him to her birthday party last night.
B. She wishes she invited him to her birthday party last night.
C. She wishes she hadn’t invited him to her birthday party last night.
D. She wishes she wouldn’t invite him to her birthday party last night.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions
Question 48. Tom never gave his opinion about anything; he was merely an uninterested spectator in the whole affair.
A. about anything
B. an uninterested
D. whole affair
Question 49. Approximately 80 percent of farm income in Utah it is derived from livestock and livestock products.
C. it is derived
D. livestock products
Question 50. Those of you who signed up for Dr. Daniel’s anthropology class should get their books as soon as possible.
A. Those of
D. as possible
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