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Đề thi thử tốt nghiệp THPT môn tiếng Anh chuẩn cấu trúc đề minh họa

Kina Ngaan

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Còn gần một tháng nữa, kỳ thi THPT sẽ diễn ra. Luyện các đề thi thử để đánh giá thực lực của chính bản thân và rèn thêm các kỹ năng làm bài thi. Các đề thi thử sẽ ẩn chứa nhiều dạng bài, để học sinh tiếp cận theo nhiều chiều hướng. Đối với môn tiếng Anh, sau đây là một đề thi thử tốt nghiệp THPT môn tiếng Anh chuẩn cấu trúc đề minh họa để luyện tập.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three tin the pronunciation in each of the following questions.

Question 1. A. impressed B. abolished C. influenced D. heightened
Question 2. A. savor B. devour C. favor D. flavor

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress in each of the following questions

Question 3. A. energy B. industry C. household D. appliance
Question 4. A. accidental B. experiment C. industrial D. professor

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

Question 5. The plumber couldn't remember where he'd left the box ____________ he kept his tools.
A. for whom B. in what C. in which D. of which
Question 6. ____________ the apples we were growing in the orchard____________ the grapes on our vines were affected by the extreme heat.
A. Such - that B. So - and C. Both - and D. Whether - or
Question 7. ____________where he tried to hide his favorite jacket, Jethro's bother always managed to find it.
A. Much as B. However C. Even though D. No matter
Question 8. Paul asked Maria to____________ him to the dentist's, because he didn't want to go by
A. unify B. join C. interfere D. accompany
Question 9. The object of a siege is to starve the defenders into ____________ by cutting off their food supplies.
A. rejecting B. interrupting C. consuming D. surrendering
Question 10. The ways in which Europeans used to ____________archaeological treasures from other countries would probably be better described as theft.
A. regard B. acquire C. conquer D. steal
Question 11. We____________for a cottage to rent while we ____________ our relatives in France next summer.
A. have looked - were visiting B. have been looking - visited
C. were looking - had visited D. will look - are visiting
Question 12. If people ____________ after their houses properly, the police wouldn't have so much work to do.
A. looked B. look C. have looked D. should look
Question 13. Having passed the entrance exam, ____________go away for a holiday.
A. his parents allow him B. his parents allow him to
C. he is allowed to D. he is allowing to
Question 14. The higher one rises in the atmosphere, ____________the temperature generally becomes.
A. the colder B. colder than C. the colder as D. the colder is
Question 15. It seems that you are right, ____________?
A. doesn't it B. do you C. aren't you D. are you
Question 16. You____________ the locksmith to open the door for you last night before you tried to open it yourself.
A. have had to call B. ought to have called
C. had better call D. must call
Question 17. William was 19 years old when he was____________ for war.
A. called up B. made up C. put up D. brought up
Question 18. I can't give you the answer on the____________; I'll have to think about it for a few days.
A. place B. minute C. scene D. spot

Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined bold
word(s) in each of the following questions.

Question 19. Important features of dehydrated foods are their lightness in weight and their compactness.
A. organic B. dried C. frozen D. healthy
Question 20. Many people criticized the ostentatious lifestyle of some high-ranked officials.
A. debauched B. immoral C. showy D. extravagant

Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

Question 21. The news has been greeted with dismay by local business leaders.
A. disappointment B. depression C. happiness D. pessimism
Question 22. These were the people who advocated using force to stop school violence.
A. publicly said B. openly criticized C. publicly supported D. strongly condemned

Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.

Question 23. - "Do you mind if I take a seat?"- “____________”
A. No I mind B. No, do as you please
C. Yes, do as you please D. Yes, I don't mind
Question 24. Jenny: "I think higher living standard is one of the reasons that many people want to be a city dweller."
Mark: “____________”
A. Why not? B. I couldn't agree more.
C. It's nice of you to say so. D. That's quite all right.

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to choose the word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 25 to 29

Around 200 million people are employed in tourism worldwide, making it the largest industry in the modern global economy. It is estimated that three-quarters of a billion people go on holiday each year, and industry planners expect this figure to double (25) ____________2020. Some of the biggest beneficiaries are less developed countries, where it is often their main source of income. (26) ____________, along with the economic benefits, this mass movement of people has resulted in threats to the environment. People often forget the damage caused by carbon emissions from aircraft, (27)
____________contribute directly to global warming. Deforestation has cleared land in order to build hotels, airports and roads, and this has destroyed wildlife. In some areas, water shortages are now common because of the need to fill swimming pools and water golf courses for tourists. By pushing up prices for goods and services, tourism can also be harmful to people living in tourist destinations. In response to these (28) ____________, some travel operators now offer environment-friendly holidays. Many of these aims to reduce the negative effects of tourism by (29) ____________only hotels that have invested equipment to recycle waste and use energy and water efficiently. Increasingly, tourists are also being reminded to show respect for customs of the people whose countries they are going to visit, and to support local businesses, such as restaurants and shops which depend on tourism for their main income.
Question 25. A. before B. until C. by D. in
Question 26. A. However B. Therefore C. Yet D. In addition
Question 27. A. what B. which C. whatever D. that
Question 28. A. concerns B. priorities C. scenarios D. issues
Question 29. A. voting B. promoting C. empowering D. permitting

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 30 to 34

When drawing human figures, children often make the head too large for the rest of the body. A recent study offers some insights into this common disproportion in children's illustrations. As part of the study, researchers asked children between 4 and 7 years old to make several drawings of men. When they drew front views of male figures, the size of the heads was markedly enlarged. However, when the children drew rear views of men, the size of the heads was not so exaggerated. The researchers suggested that
children drew bigger heads when they know they must leave room for facial details. Therefore, the odd head size in children's illustrations is a form of planning ahead and not an indication of a poor sense of scale.
Question 30. The main subject of the passage is ____________
A. what the results of an experiment revealed
B. how children learn to draw
C. how researchers can gather data from works of art
D. What can be done to correct a poor sense of scale
Question 31. It can be inferred that during the research project, the children drew____________
A. figures without facial expression B. pictures of both men and women
C. pictures of men from different angles D. only the front view of men
Question 32. Which of the following groups would not probably be interested____________ in the findings of the experiment?
A. teachers of art to children B. commercial artists
C. experts in children development D. parents of young children.
Question 33. The word odd' is closest in meaning to____________
A. unusual B. huge C. average D. expected
Question 34. Which of the following is true?
A. Children under the age of 7 do not generally have a good sense of scale.
B. With training, young children can be taught to avoid disproportion in their art.
C. Children enlarge the size of the head because they think that it is the most important part of the body.
D. Children plan ahead when they are drawing pictures.

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 35 to 42

The sculptural legacy that the new United States inherited from its colonial predecessors was far from a rich one, and in fact, in 1776 sculpture as an art form was still in the hand of artisans and craftspeople. Stone carvers engraved their motifs of skulls and crossbones and other religious icons of death into the gray slabs that we still see standing today in old burial grounds. Some skilled craftspeople made intricately carved wooden ornamentations for furniture or architectural decorations, while others caved wooden shop signs and ships' figureheads. Although they often achieved expression and formal excellence in their generally primitive style, they remained artisans skilled in the craft of carving and constituted a group distinct from what we normally think of as “sculptors" in today's use of the word. On the rare occasion when a fine piece of sculpture was desired, Americans turned to foreign sculptors, as in the 1770's when the cities of New York and Charleston, South Carolina, commissioned the
Englishman Joseph Wilton to make marble statues of William Pitt. Wilton also made a lead equestrian image of King George III that was created in New York in 1770 and torn down by zealous patriots six years later. A few marble memorials with carved busts, urns, or other decorations were produced in England and brought to the colonies to be set in the walls of churches - as in King's Chapel in Boston. But
sculpture as a high art, practiced by artists who knew both the artistic theory of their Renaissance-Baroque-Rococo predecessors and the various technical procedures of modeling, casting, and carving rich three-dimensional forms, was not known among Americans in 1776. Indeed, for many years thereafter, the United States had two groups from which to choose – either the local craftspeople or the imported talent of European sculptors.
The eighteenth century was not one in which powered sculptural conceptions were developed. Add to this the timidity with which unschooled artisans - originally trained as stonemasons, carpenters, or cabinetmakers - attacked the medium from which they sculpture made in the United States in the late eighteenth century.
Question 35. What is the main idea of the passage?
A. There was great demand for the work of eighteenth-century artisans.
B. Skilled sculptors did not exist in the US in the 1770's.
C. Many foreign sculptors worked in the US after 1776.
D. American sculptors were hampered by a lack of tools and materials.
Question 36. It is stated in the first paragraph that the sculptural legacy that the new United States had from colonial times was____________
A. not great B. very rich C. plentiful D. not countable
Question 37. The words "motifs” in the passage is closest in meaning to____________
A tools B. prints C. signatures D. designs
Question 38. The work of which of the following could be seen in burial ground?
A. European sculptors B. carpenters C. stone carves D. cabinet markers
Question 39. The word “they” in the passage refers to ____________
A. skilled craftspeople B. wooden ornamentations
C. architectural decorations D. wooden shop signs
Question 40. Why does the author mention Joseph Wilton in paragraph 2?
A. He was an English sculptor who did work in the United States.
B. He was well known for his wood carvings.
C. He produced sculpture for churches.
D. He settled in the US in 1776.
Question 41. What can be inferred about the importation of marble memorials from England?
A. Such sculpture was expensive to produce locally than to import.
B. Such sculpture was not available in the US.
C. Such sculpture was as prestigious as those made locally.
D. The materials found abroad were superior.
Question 42. How did the work of American carvers in 1776 differ from that of contemporary sculptors?
A. It was less time-consuming B. It was more dangerous.
C. It was more expensive. D. It was less refined.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

Question 43. Our Spanish teacher would prefer us spending more time in the laboratory practicing our pronunciation.
A. us B. spending C. in the D. practicing
Question 44. When eggs of some species of insects hatch, the newly born insects look almost like its adult counterparts.
A. When B. species C. look D. its
Question 45. For thousands of years, people have used some kind of refrigeration cooling beverages and preserve edibles.
A. have used B. kind C. cooling D. edibles

Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.

Question 46. People think the Samba is the most popular dance in Brazil.
A. The Samba is thought to be the most popular dance in Brazil.
B. It is thought that the Samba was the most popular dance in Brazil.
C. It is thought that the Samba is among the most popular dances in Brazil.
D. In Brazil, the Samba is thought to be one of the most popular dances.
Question 47. I find myself at a loss to understand Harold's behavior.
A. I lost contact with Harold, so I couldn't understand his behavior.
B. I have to lose a lot to understand Harold's behavior.
C. I understood Harold's behavior completely.
D. I find Harold's behavior quite incomprehensible.
Question 48. A child is influenced as much by his schooling as by his parents.
A. Schooling doesn't influence a child as much as his parents do.
B. A child's parents have greater influence on him than his schooling.
C. A child can influence his parents as much as his schooling
D. A child's schooling influences him as much as his parents do.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.

Question 49. She received the exam results. She immediately phoned her mom.
A. She immediately phoned her mom that she would receive the exam results.
B. No sooner had she received the exam results than she phoned her mom.
C. No sooner had she phoned her mom than she received the exam results.
D. She received the exam results immediately after she phoned her mom
Question 50. She helped us a lot with our project. We couldn't continue without her.
A. Unless we had her contribution, we could continue with the project.
B. But for her contribution, we could have continued with the project.
C. If she hadn't contributed positively, we couldn't have continued with the project.
D. Provided her contribution wouldn't come, we couldn't continue with the project.

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