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ĐỀ THAM KHAỎ TỐT NGHIỆP 1
MÔN : ANH VĂN Thời gian : 60 phút
Read the following passage carefully and then choose the best option to fit each space.
I was born to dance. I've been dancing all my life, ever since my mother, (1)…. gave up a dancing career
on the stage when she married my father, picked me up and twirled me around as an infant. As much as I
loved dancing with her, her greatest gift to me was her "unconditional love" during her lifetime.
My parents (2)….. after only 5 years of marriage, but my father remarried a lovely lady who also loved to
dance. They used to (3)…. me to a dancing club where I would listen to the music and watch them danceoccasionally my stepmother, Mary, invited me to dance.
I also met my wife, Charlotte, in a dancing party. I danced with her for about 15 minutes, and during that
brief span, I realized that I fell in love (4)… her. We kept dancing throughout our marriage. My earliest
memories of dancing with my daughters started when I came home from work to our small home in
Marblehead, Massachusetts, and my daughter Laura was about 3 years old. It was very relaxing for me to
(5)….. the record player, pick up Laura in my arms, and dance her around the room!
1. A. he
B. who
C. whom
D. whose
2. A. divorced
B. promised
C. engaged
D. loved

3. A. taking
B. to take
C. took
D. take
4. A. from
B. to
C. of
D. with
5. A. turn on
B. turn off
C. turn down
D. turn into
Read the passage and choose the correct answer
One of the most urgent environmental problems in the world today is the shortage of clean water.
Having clean drinking water is a basic human right. But acid rain, industrial pollution and garbage have made
many sources of water undrinkable. Lakes, reservoirs and even entire seas have become vast pools of
poison. Lake Baikal in Russia is one of the largest lakes in the world. It contains a rich variety of animals and
plants, including 1300 rare species that do not exist anywhere else in the world. But they‘re being destroyed
by massive volumes of industrial effluent which pour into the lake every day. Even where law existed, the
government didn‘t have the power to enforce them. Most industries simply ignore the regulations. The
Mediterranean Sea occupies 1% of the world‘s water surface. But it‘s the dumping ground for 50% of all
marine pollution. Almost 16 countries regularly throw industrial wastes a few miles off shore.
Water is free to everyone. A few years ago, people thought that the supply of clean water in the world was
limitless. Today, many water supplies have been ruined be pollution and sewage. Clean water is now scarce,
and we‘re at last beginning to respect this precious source. We should do something now !
6. According to the writer, one environmental problem in the world today is ..................
A. acid rain
B. industrial pollution
C. safe water shortage D. population explosion
7. Many sources of the water are not drinkable because of .......................
A. acid rain
B. industrial pollution
C. garbage
D. all are correct
8. What‘s a serious problem of Lake Baikal in Russia ?
A. It contains a rich variety of animals and plants.
B. It‘s polluted by massive volumes of industrial wastes discharged into it.
C. It has 1300 rare species that do not exist anywhere else in the world.
D. The government didn‘t have the power to enforce laws and regulations.
9. How many countries throw industrial wastes into the Mediterranean Sea regularly?


A. nearly 16
B. exactly 16
C. exactly 15
D. less than 15
10. What‘s the message to the readers ?
A. We should take action to protect our water resources.
B. We should take all water resources into account.
C. We should limit the use of water resources.
D. We should encourage people to use safe water.
Choose the best answer
11. You have to be highly …………..to do well in sports these days.
A. competitive
B. competitor
C. competition
D. competed
12. Football is thought ______ in the world.
A. to play the most popular sport
B. the most popular sport
C. to be the most popular sport
D. is the most popular sport
13. many/ school-leavers/ little/ had/ of/ the/ job/ knowledge/ of/ their/ choice.
A. Many school-leavers had little of knowledge the job of their choice.
B. Many school-leavers had little knowledge of the job of their choice.
C. Many school-leavers had knowledge little of the job of their choice.
D. Many school-leavers had little knowledge of their choice of the job.
14. Find out the mistake " Daniel said that if he had to do another homework tonight, he would not be able to
attend the concert"
A. if he had
B. would not be able
C. another
D. to attend
15. "Let's go to the movie now." - "Oh, ________"
A. Good idea
B. I don't
C. Why's that?
D. I need it
16. Identify one word or phrase that has a mistake "It was not until he is 32 that he got married to a pretty girl."
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A. not
B. is
C. that
D. got
17. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently
A. combination
B. dioxide
C. nitrogen
D. pipe
18. The man __________________on the plane talked all the time.
A. who I was sitting next
B. that I was sitting next to
C. that I was sitting next to him
D. who I was sitting next him
19. This school is only for children _______ first language is not English
A. whose
B. of whom
C. who is
D. who
20. He wasn't _____the job
A. experienced enough doing
B. experienced to do enough
C. experienced enough to do
D. enough experienced to do
21. I wish you ______ to the theatre last night, but you didn't.
A. would come
B. came
C. was coming
D. had come
22. Identify the one that is not correct "I'd like to have some informations about the flights to Bangkok
tomorrow, please "
A. informations
B. have
C. I'd like
D. flights
23. . "Daisy had a careful look at the picture on the wall." Means…………………….
A. Daisy took a care look at the picture on the wall .B. Daisy looked carefully at the picture on the wall
C. Daisy looked carefully on the picture at the wall D. . Daisy looked at the picture on the wall carefully
24. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently.
A. endangered
B. handsome
C.arrange
D. tableland
25. / Find the word that has its underlined part pronounced differently from the others
A. . kissed
B. stopped
C. laughed
D. closed
26. ______, the workers will stop working.
A. Unless the working conditions are improved
B. Unless the working conditions aren't improved
C. If not working conditions are improved
D. If the working conditions are improved
27. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others
A. atmosphere
B. volcanic
C. disposal
D. emission
28. He went to the library ______.
A. so as to borrow a book B. so that to borrow a book C. a book to borrowing a book D. in order that borrow
29. You should start doing it right now, ________it will be too late
A. if
B. in case
C. but
D. or
30. Identify one word or phrase that has a mistake " At first we found it difficult to get used to drive on the
other side of the road."
A. to drive
B. difficult
C. At first
D. other side
31. It is ______ to talk about a problem than to solve it.
A. easiest
B. easy
C. more easier
D. easier
32. Chemical wastes from factories are …………….that cause serious damage to the environment.
A. pollutes
B. pollution
C. pollute
D. pollutants
33. The state school system can be divided.......two levels of education: primary education and secondary
education.
A. into
B. in
C. up
D. with
34. Western women are more ________ than Asian women
A. Depend
B. independent
C. independently
D. dependent
35. He apologized …………..able to finish the project on time
A. his colleagues not being
B. his colleagues not to be
C. his colleagues for not being
D. to his colleagues for not being
36. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others.
A. decision
B. penalty
C. habitat
D. countryman
37. They have no money and are forced to live on............
A. charity
B. saving
C. fund
D. donation
38. - "Happy birthday! This is a small present for you."
A. What a pity!
B. How terrible!
C. Have a good time!
D. How beautiful it is! Thanks.
39. In Britain it is.......for children to attend school between the ages of five and sixteen.
A. . enforced
B. obliged
C. compulsory
D. made
40. - "I've passed my driving test."
A. Do you?
B. That's a good idea
C. It's nice of you to say so. D. Congratulations!
41. Identify the one that is not correct."Mai often arrives at the office at nine o'clock, but because the storm,
she was late this morning."
A. because
B. at the office
C. often arrives
D. late
42. There / new/ customs / different/ be/ countries/ for/ celebrating/ year
A. There are customs in different countries for celebrating the New Year.
B. There are customs different countries for celebrating the New Year
C. There are customs in different countries for celebrating New Year.
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D. There is customs in different countries for celebrating the New Year
43. I'd like to have a _____ car. Mine keeps breaking down
A. reliably
B. more reliably
C. more reliable
D. unreliable
44. ________________this disaster would not have happened.
A. Had you obeyed orders
B. You obeyed orders C. Had you have obeyed orders
D. You had obeyed orders
45. 12.They asked me a lot of questions, __________I couldn't answer.
A. much of which
B. both of them
C. neither of which
D. most of which
46. - "How do you do?"
- "______"
A. .Not too bad.
B. How do you do?
C. I'm well. Thank you D. Yeah, OK.
47. It _____ a long time since I last saw you.
A. has been
B. was
C. will be
D. is
48. Can you look ………….the new words in the dictionary.
A. up
B. at
C. after
D. for
49. "Why didn't I get a computer before?" thought Jane.
A. Jane wondered why she haven't got a computer in the previous time.
B. Jane wondered why she hadn't got a computer in the previous time.
C. Jane wondered why she didn't get a computer in the previous time
D. Jane wondered why not she got a computer in the previous time.
50. I like Tom and Ann. They are _______.
A. such as nice people B. such nice peoples
C. such a nice people D. such nice people

DE THAM KHAO ON THI TN 2
1. Which word is stressed differently ?
a. determine
b. compliment
c. curriculum
d. precision
2. Which word is stressed differently ?
a. pioneer
b. accelerate
c. epidemic
d. personality
3. Which word is stressed differently ?
a. colony
b. diverse
c. accompany
d. precede
4. Which underlined part is pronounced differently?
a. clapped
b. accompanied
c. appalled
d. survived
5. Which underlined part is pronounced differently?
a. blames
b. struggles
c. initiates
d. defends
6. Which underlined part is pronounced differently?
a. canoeing
b. podium
c. opponent
d. swallow
7. In 2003, Vietnam ____ a big sports event , The Sea Games
a. took
b. hosted
c. made
d. hold
8. The ASEAN vision 2020 _____ in 1998
a. was accelerated
b. was adopted
c. was appalled
d. was appealed
9. Saving the environment is the ____ of everybody, not the government only
a. mission
b. assignment
c. responsibility
d. task
10. Nowadays women have more time to ____ their own interest
a. pursue
b. chase
c. seek
d. follow
11. There is no evidence of his direct _____ in the bombing
a. involvement
b. participant
c. action
d. leading
12. _____ growth slowed down sharply after three months of acceleration
a. economic
b. economical
c. economy
d. economics
13. _____ is the total value of goods and services produced by a country in one year
a. ASEAN
b. WHO
c. GDP
d. VAT
14. The captain wasn‘t ____ on having her in the team
a. keen
b. excited
c. interested
d. pleased
15. What classes are you _____ this term ?
a. making
b. taking
c. staying
d. keeping
16. It took him six month to _____ over his illness
a. go
b. take
c. get
d. recover
17. We have to wait _____ the light changes to green
a. since
b. as long as
c. until
d. when
18. By the time the young birds ____ the nest for food, they will have learned how to fly
a. will leave
b. are leaving
c. leave
d. will have left
19. Everybody was panicked when the bomb exploded . exploded means _____
a. showed off
b. turned up
c. took off
d. went off
20. His visit to New York seemed to get ______ because he was busy at work
a. more and more short b. shorter and shorter c. the shortest
d. the shorter and shorter
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21. The accused man _____ to give the police any more information
a. offered
b. denied
c. disliked
d. refused
22. His car is in the car park, so he ____ be here
a. can
b. ought
c. must
d. needs
23. Be sure following the instruction _______
the top of the page
a. given at
b. that gave at
c. that gives at
d. which given at
24. If you traveled by plane, _______there much faster
a. you would have got
b. you will get
c. you would get
d. you can get
25. ___________ I lived well.
a. They wanted to know b. They ask me whether c. They said if
d. They asked me if
26. The number of whales is ____ danger _____ disappearance
a. in / at
b. in / of
c. at / of
d. on / with
27. That book is ____ interesting that I can‘t put it down
a. so
b. such
c. too
d. very
28. Anne : - Mary Christmas !
Sue : - _______________________
a. You are so kind
b. The same to you
c. You‘re happy too
d. I‘m glad to hear that
29. Peter : - Education gets everywhere these days, doesn‘t it? Henry :- _______________________
a. Yes, I think so
b. I don‘t hope so
c. to my agreement
d. it could not be better
30. Mary : - ___________________
Susan :- That sounds great .
a. Why don‘t we go out for dinner?
b. We have to buy something for dinner
c. The dinner wasn‘t enjoyable, wasn‘t it?
d. It is not uninteresting dinner, isn‘t it?
31. The more he grows up, ______________
a. more he looks like his father
b. he looks more than his father
c. the more like he looks like his father
d. the more he looks like his father
32. Last week we invited 50 people to the party, _______
a. of whom most are our former classmates
b. whom most of are our former classmates
c. of most whom are our former classmates
d. most of whom are our former classmates
33. Pauline told the children their swimming things weren‘t there.
a. Pauline said to the children ―your swimming things aren‘t here‖
b. Pauline said the children ―your swimming things aren‘t there‖
c. Pauline said to the children ―their swimming things aren‘t there‖
d. Pauline said ―children‘s swimming things aren‘t there‖
34. ―You stole my best ,Bob ― said Willy
a. Willy accused Bob for stealing his best cassette b. Willy accused Bob on stealing his best cassette
c. Willy accused Bob of stealing his best cassette d. Willy accused Bob at stealing his best cassette
35. They are going to celebrate their wedding anniversary in Hue
a. Their wedding are going to be celebrated anniversary in Hue
b. Their wedding anniversary is being gone to celebrate in Hue
c. Their wedding anniversary is going to be celebrate in Hue
d. Their wedding anniversary is going to be celebrated in Hue
Which underlined part is wrong ?.
36. The destroy of the ecological balance in nature tends to have far reaching consequences on human life.
A
B
C
D
37. Only a few years ago, there were twice as much whales as there are today
A
B
C
D
38. The workers are threatening to go on strike unless the company rises the wage
A
B
C
D
39. Elizabeth Blackwell was the first woman graduate from a medical school and a pioneer in educating
A
B
C
D
women in medicine.
40. He was traveling with some local colleagues when their car stopped by unknown armed men
A
B
C
D
Cloze test
The United Nations is a(n) ……..(1) of countries who would rather talk over their difference …….(2) fight
about them. It was formed in 1945 by the allied powers who, after the Second World War, ….…(3) determined
that such a dreadful and destructive struggle should not ……(4) place again. It began with fifty members; now
there are a hundred and two. It meets ……..(5) New York in a large skyscraper built for it by the American
Government.
4 1. A. group
B. organization
C. company
D. team
4 2. A. than
B. or
C. with
D. then
4 3. A. is
B. was
C. were
D. are
4 4 . A. make
B. get
C. bring
D. take
45. A. in
B. on
C. at
D. to
Reading comprehension : Choose the item (A, B, C or D) that best completes the unfinished statement
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(or the best answers) about each passage.
In the United States and Canada, it is very important to look a person directly in the eyes when you are
having a conversation with him or her. If you look down or to the side when the other person is talking, that
person will think that you are not interested in what he or she is saying. This, of course, is not polite. If you
look down or to the side when you are talking, you may appear to be hiding something; that is, it might seem
that you are not honest. However, people who are speaking will sometimes look away for a few seconds when
they are thinking or trying to find the right word. But they always turn immediately back to look the listener
directly in the eyes. These social ―rules‖ are the same for two men, two women, a man and a woman, or an
adult and a child.
46. In the US and Canada, when you are having a conversation with someone, ________.
A. you should look him or her directly in the eyes. B. it is impolite to look at the eyes of the speaker or hearer.
C. do not look directly in the eyes.
D. look down or to the side.
47. If you look down or to the side when the other person is talking, you ________.
A. will be thought to be not interested in the conversation B. are very interested in what is being said
C. are very polite
D. are the interesting person
48. If you look down or to the side when you are talking,________.
A. you are thought to be dishonest
B. the Americans are interested in you
C. you are very polite
D. you are interested in the conversation
49. The speaker will sometimes look away because ___________.
A. because they are thinking or finding the right word B. he or she thinks that the hearer is not honest
C. the hearer is interested in what is being said
D. he or she wants to end the conversation
50. These social ―rules‖ are ________.
A. the same for everybody B. for women only
C. for children only
D. for men only
ĐỀ THAM KHẢO THI TỐT NGHIỆP THPT 3
MÔN :TIẾNG ANH
Pick out the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others.
1. A. visited
B. tried
C. decided
D. protected
2. A. effort
B. species
C. protect
D. benefit
3. A. helps
B. likes
C. arrives
D. laughs
Mark the letter A,B,C or D to indicate the word whose stress is different from the rest
4. A. generation
B. vulnerable
C. conservation
D. disappearance.
5. A. alcohol
B. dangerous
C. surgery
D. effective
Mark the letter A,B,C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions
6. He was the only……………..that was offered the job.
A. application
B. applying
C. applicant
D. apply
7. Mary will have finished all her work,………………….
A. as soon as her boss returned
B. until her boss will return
C. by the time her boss returns
D. when her boss will return.
8. …………her lack of hard work, she was promoted.
A. Because
B. Despite
C. Although
D. In spite
9. Don‘t forget………….home as soon as you arrive at your destination.
A. to call
B. calling
C. having called
D. call
10. If you don‘t know what a word means, look it……….in the dictionary.
A. off
B. up
C. about
D. at
11. …………….you study for these exams,……………….you will do.
A.The harder / the better
B. The more / the much.
C. The hardest / the best
D.The more hard / the more good.
12. John :― I‘ve passed my final exam‖ – Tom : ―……………………..‖ .
A. Good luck
B. It‘s nice of you to say so. C. That‘s a good idea
D. Congratulations!
13. Be careful with these scrissors ! Don‘t point them………..me.
A. for
B. in
C. with
D. at
14. Before cars……………….., people……………….hourses and bicycles .
A. were discovered / had used B. had discovered / used C. discovering / had used D. discovered / had used
15. He turned off the lights before going out……………..waste electricity.
A. so that not
B. as not to
C. in order that not
D.so as not to
16. Mr .Minh ……………wearing a crash helmet when he goes somewhere on his motorbike.
A. is used to
B. is using
C. used to
D. used.
17. The table………….legs are broken should be repaired.
A. which
B. that
C. whose
D. where.
18. Books are a wonderful……………of knowledge and pleasure.
A. way
B. information
C. source
D. type.
19. Many young people want to work for a humanitarian organization,…………..?
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A. doesn‘t it
B. didn‘t they
C. don‘t they
D. does it
20. Peter ― Thanks a lot for your wonderful gift ‖- Mary ―……………‖
A.You are welcome
B.Thank you
C.Cheers
D.Have a good day
21. Worldwide commercial……………of animals for food and other products has seriously reduced the
number of rare species.
A. exploration
B. breeding
C. killing
D. exploitation.
22. I…………….understand this letter. Will you translate it for me.
A. mustn‘t
B.can‘t
C. may not
D. shouldn‘t.
23. After you write your report, give it to your boss. He will…………it and make any necessary changes.
A. fill in
B. bring up
C. look after
D. go over.
24. The boys…………tennis overthere are my new neighbour.
A. who plays
B. playing
C. that playing
D. are playing
25.David : ―Would you like to go to the cinema with me tonight ? ‖
Mary :-Yes,…………where can we meet ?‖
A. I would
B. I will
C. I‘d love to
D. I like
26. If Mary…………to sit in for us, we ………….to the movie yesterday.
A. had agreed / would have gone
B. has agreed /would have gone.
C. had agreed / would go
D. agreed /would have gone.
27. Jenny , a friend of mine , often comes and gives me a hand with cooking when we hold a party.
A. attemps
B.helps
C. supplies
D. prepares.
28. Ann ― Do you know where the Browns are ? ‖.
Jane ― I think they………….to London ‖
A. should go
B.must be going
C.could have gone
D. may be going.
29. Dometics chore will no longer be a burden thanks to the invention of ………….devices.
A. save-laboring
B. labor-saving
C.saving-labor
D.laboring-save
30. My grandmother takes ……………for keeping house.
A. probability
B. ability
C.possibility
D. responsibility.
Mark the letter A,B,C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction.
31. Endangred species are plant and animal species whose are in danger of extinction.
A
B
C
D
32. They can speak English and use a computer so as to they can easily get a good job.
A
B
C
D
33. As soon as Mary will graduate next month, She will return to her home town.
A
B
C
D
34. There were so much books in the library that I didn‘t know which one to choose.
A
B
C
D
35. Neither plants or animals can survive for very long without water, a necessary resource that supports
A
B
C
all life forms.
D
Mark the letter A,B,C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions
36. ― Remember to switch off when you‘ve finished ‖ he said
A. He reminded me to switch off when I‘d finished
B. He offered me to switch off when I‘d finished
C. He suggested me to switch off when I‘d finished D. He reminded me to switch off when I‘ve finished.
37. No one in the team can play better than John.
A. John plays well but the others play better.
B. John as well as other plays of the team play very well.
C. Everyone in the team, but John, plays very well.
D. John is the best player of the team.
38. ― I‘m sorry I told everyone your secret‖ my sister said
A. Telling everyone my secret made my sister nervous.
B. My sister apologised for telling everyone my secret.
C. My sister felt regret that everyone knew my secret.
D. My sister was sorry about not telling everyone my secret.
39. I haven‘t met her for three years.
A. It‘s three years when I will meet her.
B. I didn‘t meet her three years ago.
C. During three years, I met her once.
D. The last time I met her was three years ago.
40. They think that the owner of the house has gone abroad.
A. The owner of the house is thought to go abroad.
B.The owner of the house is thought to have been going abroad.
C.The owner of the house is thought to have been gone abroad.
D.The owner of the house is thought to have gone abroad.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A,B,C or D to indicate the correct answer
Interviews are an imperfect method of choosing …….(41) people for jobs, yet human beings like to examine
each other ……..(42) this way. One of the many problems of selection…….(43) it is commonly practiced is that
the forms………(44) in by applicants often fail to show people as they really are. This means that you can
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follow all the best advice ………(45) completing your form and still find that you are unsuccessful at the next
stage- the interview.
41. A. better
B. the good
C. the better
D. the best
42. A. in
B. on
C. at
D. to
43. A. like
B. that
C. because
D. as
44. A. fill
B. filling
C. filled
D. to fill.
45. A. until
B. when
C. as soon
D. if
Read the following passage and mark the letter A,B,C or D to indicate the correct answer to each
ENDANGERED SPECIES
Recent research reveals that the degradation of agricultural soils, forests, woodlands, coastal
fisheries, and wild resources is more and more serious .The majority of the estimated costs of environmental
degradation comes from forests and natural resources are being depleted at an alarming rate. More than 50%
of the original forest has been converted to agricultural land by slash-and-burn. Despite land expansion,
productivity has declined because of soil erosion. Fish, timber, and non-timber forest product stocks are
decreasing. As a result, coastal towns have begun to experience severe water shortages. Hydropower is
dropping. Wildlife populations and biodiversity are in serious decline and many species face extinction. Poor
forest management and soil degradation result in huge economic losses. The degradation of water increase
the costs and reduces the quality of both water and power. The prospects for economic development and
poverty reduction are dependent on natural resources. Natural households rely on natural resources for their
livelihoods, fisheries, and wildlife which provide protein in diets. Urban economic activities depend on reliable
hydroelectric power. However, people do not have much awareness of protecting the environment on which
their life depends.
46. The passage is about...........
A. forests fires
B. the degradation of the environment
C. fishery and agriculture
D. economic losses
47. Which does not suffer from degradation?
A. industry
B. agriculture
C. fishery
D. forestry
48. It is...................... that makes agricultural productivity decline.
A. land expansion
B. slash-and-burn
C. soil erosion
D. agricultural land
49. Which sentence is NOT true?
A. There are water shortages in coastal towns.
B. Hydropower is declining.
C. Water is not influenced by pollution.
D. We depend on natural resources to solve the problems of poverty.
50. People.........................
A. do not know much of protecting the environment. B. have a great awareness of the environment.
C. are doing a lot of things to prevent pollution.
D. can increase economy without natural resources.
ĐỀ THI THAM KHẢO TỐT NGHIỆP TIẾNG ANH THPT 4
1-2 Indicate the word whose stressed syllable is different from that of the others:
1. A. contribute
B. incredible
C. terrorist
D. eternal
2. A. accompany
B. shortcoming
C. outstanding
D. retail
3-5 Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently:
3. A. apologized
B. clapped
C. maintained
D. obliged
4. A. swallows
B. gazelles
C. maps
D. worms
5. A. diverse
B. admit
C science
D. enterprise
6-25 Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each question.
6. They worked hard _____ they could pass the final examination.
A. since
B. because
C. in case
D. so that
7. Up to now, I _____ a lot of information about her.
A. will learn
B. learnt
C. would learn
D. have learnt
8. Don't waste time _____ that broken vase.
A. mending
B. mend
C. for mending
D. to mend
9. When I came to visit her last night, she _____ a bath.
A. is having
B. was having
C. has
D. had
10. - " _______will the play last?" - "Two hours."
A. When
B. What
C. How long
D. How much
11. ― ______do the buses run?" - "Every twenty minutes."
A. How far
B. What time
C. How often
D. How much
12. I don‘t need to tell them everything, ____________ I?
A. do
B. need
C. have
D. must
13. I haven‘t seen him __________.
A. many years ago
B. many year ago
C. for many years
D.since many years
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14. The house ________ six decades ago.
A. was built
B. was building
C. will be built
D. was to be built
15. Increasing industrialization is challenging the province to ____ every effort to control pollution.
A. do
B. create
C. make
D. give
16. Jonh took ______________ of the fine weather to feed his baby panda in the garden.
A. advantage
B. interest
C. profit
D. charge
17. Neither Tuan nor I ................to Hanoi before.
A.was
B. were
C. has been
D. have been
18. The first question must....................before you attempt the others.
A. to answer
B. answer
C.be answered
D. have answered
19. Water polo was the first.........sport added to the Olympic program in 1900.
A. adventure
B. team
C. individual
D. spectator
20. Shy people often find difficult to.....................group discussion.
A. take place in
B. get on with
C. take part in
D. get in touch with
21. The more cigarettes you smoke, the________ you will die.
A. easier
B. quicker
C. sooner
D. faster
22. Mike isn't on the phone, ________ makes it difficult to contact him.
A. whom
B. who
C. that
D. which
23. This book provides students ______ useful tips that help them to pass the coming exam.
A. 
B. about
C. for
D. with
24. In the past people believed that women‘s _______ roles were as mothers and wives.
A. nature
B. natural
C. naturism
D. naturalist
25. He is too tired to ______ working.
A. turn on
B. wash up
C. give up
D. go on
26-27 Choose the complete sentence from the words given :
26.He / wait / her / since 2 o‘ clock
A. He has been waiting for her since 2 o‘clock .
B.He has been waiting her since 2 o‘clock
C. He has be waiting for her since 2 o‘clock .
D. He has been waiting for her for 2 o‘clock Sister
27. interested / study /English .
A. My sister is interested in study English
B. My sister is interested studying English
C. My sister interested in studying English
D. My sister is interested in studying English .
28-35 Choose the sentence that has the same meaning to the original one:
28. ―Do you believe in what the boy says, Mary?‖ said Tom.
A. Tom asked Mary to believe in what the boy said. B. Tom asked Mary if she believed in what the boy said.
C. Tom said that Mary believed in what the boy said.
D. Tom asked Mary whether she believes in what the boy says.
29. John is fat because he eats so many chips.
A. If John doesn‘t eat so many chips, he will not be fat. C. John is fat though he eats so many chips.
D. being fat, John eats so many chips.
B. If John didn‘t eat so many chips, he would not be fat.
30. People say he won a lot of money on the lottery.
A. He is said that he won a lot of money on the lottery. B. He won a lot of money on the lottery, it is said.
C. He is said to win a lot of money on the lottery.
D. He was said to win a lot of money on the lottery.
31. He started learning French six years ago.
A. He has learned French for six years.
B. It was six years ago did he start learning French.
C. He hasn‘t learnt French for six years.
D. It is six years since he has learned French.
33. No one in the class is taller than Dave.
A. Dave is the taller student in the class
B. Dave is taller student in the class
C. Dave is the tallest student in the class
D. Everyone in the class is taller than Dave.
34. Let‘s go for a picnic on this weekend.
A. Why don‘t we go for a picnic on this weekend? B. We shouldn‘t stay at home this weekend.
C. Going for a picnic this weekend is a good suggestion. D. Why should we go for a picnic this weekend?
35.If you work harder, you make more products.
A. The more products you make, the harder you have to work.
B. The harder you work, the most products you make.
C. The harder you work, you make the more products.
D. The harder you work, the more products you make.
36-40 Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.
36. The more I live with him, the most I love him.
A
B
C
D
37. Although Nam worked very hard, but he didn‘t pass the final exam.
A
B C
D
38. "I've enjoyed myself very much. But it's very late, so _______."
A. take good care
B. have a good day
C. goodbye for now
D. it's great fun, thanks
39. ― You look nice today. I like your new hair style.‖ ―……………………‖
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A. It‘s nice of you to say so B. Shall I ? Thanks. C. Oh, well done! D. I feel interesting to hear that.
40. Paul: Mary, this is Mr. Baker
Mary (to Mr. Baker): _______
A. How are you?
B. How do you do.
C. Hello.
D. Hi.
41- 45. Read the following passage then choose the best answer to complete each gap.
In 1973, when the tiger appeared to be facing extinction, the World Wide Fund for Nature and the
Indian Government agreed to set …(41)….‖Operation Tiger‖-a campaign to save this …(42)… creature. They
started by creating nine special parks …(43)…. tigers could live safety. The first was at Ranthambhore, a
region which was quickly turning into a desert …(44)…. too much of the grass was being eaten by the local
people‘s cattle. At the time there were just fourteen tigers left there. The government had to clear twelve small
villages, which meant moving nearly 1, 000 people and 10, 000 cattle so the land …(45)….. be handed back
to nature.
41. A. on
B. up
C. in
D. down
42. A. damaged
B. destroyed
C. frightened
D. threatened
43. A. in case
B. for fear
C. so that
D. because
44. A. because
B. when
C. if
D. while
45. A. must
B. can
C. could
D. might
46-50. Read the following passage carefully and choose the best answer to each question .
Last year I went to Nepal for three months to work in a hospital. I think it's important to see as much of a
country as you can, but it is difficult to travel around Nepal. The hospital let me have a few days‘ holiday, so I
decided to go into the jungle and I asked a Nepalese guide, Kamal Rai, to go with me.
We started preparing for the trip at six in the morning, and left camp with two elephants carrying our
equipment. It was hot but Kamal made me wear shoes and trousers to protect me from snakes. In the jungle
there was a lot of wildlife, but we were trying to find big cats, especially tigers. We climbed onto the elephants'
backs to get better view, but it is unusual to find tigers in the afternoon because they sleep in the heat of the
day.
Then, in the distance, we saw a tiger, and Kamal told me to be very quiet. We crept nearer and found a
dead deer, still bleeding. This was the tiger's lunch! Suddenly I started to feel very frightened.
We heard the tiger a second before we saw it. It jumped out like a flash of lightning, five hundred kilos plus
and four meters long. I looked into its eyes and face, and saw right down the animal's throat. It grabbed
Kamal's leg between its teeth, but I managed to pull Kamal away. One of our elephants ran at the tiger and
made it go back into the grass, so we quickly escaped to let the tiger eat its lunch. That night it was impossible
to sleep!
1. The writer went to Nepal ________.
a. for holiday
b. for treatment
c. for business d. on tour
2. When having a few days off, he decided to go into ________.
a. the remote villages
b. the mountains
c. the seaside
d. the tropical forest
3. It's difficult to find tigers in the afternoon because ________.
a. they usually sleep at this time of day
b. it's so hot at this time
c. the elephants' back wasn't high enough to get view d. tigers hardly hunt in the heat of the day
4. The writer started to feel frightened when ________.
a. he saw a tiger
b. he saw the tiger's lunch c. he scrept nearer
d. he found a deer
5. The tiger ________.
a. was like a flash of light b. saw them a second before they saw it
c. jumped out very fast
d. jumped out of the grass at about four meters.
6. Which of the followings is not true according to the passage?
a. Tigers are members of the cat family.
b. The writer was made to wear shoes and trousers to protect him from the heat of the day.
c. Kamal narrowly escaped being killed.
d. It was such a terrible experience that the writer couldn't sleep that night
ĐỀ THAM KHẢO TN 6
Choose the words whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest
1. A. athlete
B. themselves
C. gather
D. with
2. A. release
B. clean
C. heat
D. great
3. A. learns
B. meets
C. sleeps
D. speaks
4. A. washed
B. attended
C. stopped
D. laughed
5. A. insect
B. primary
C. fertile
D. survive
Choose the best option to complete each sentence by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D.
6. I ……. Romeo and Juliet several times.
A. read
B. was reading
C. have read
D. had read
7. When the man ……. a fire, he ……. his comfortable time over a smoke.
A. already built/took B. had already built/took C. had already built/had taken D. was already building/took
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8. Please ................. your hand if you need assistance.
A. jump
B. nod
C. raise
D. whistle
9. The report ……. by 9 last night.
A. wrote
B. was writing
C. had been written
D. was being written
10. She has got her secretary ……. a call to me.
A. makes
B. to make
C. make
D. made
11. I would change the present economic policy if I ……. the President of the United States.
A. am
B. was
C. were
D. had been
12. She wishes she ……. the exam last year.
A. would pass
B. had passed
C. passed
D. passes
13. I don‘t know the name of the woman……. I spoke on the phone.
`A. whom
B. who
C. to whom
D. to that
14. Which is the European country……. economy is growing the fastest?
A. who
B. which
C. that
D. whose
15. Being well-dressed and punctual can help you create a good ……. on your interviewer.
A. impression
B. pressure
C. employment
D. effectiveness
16. It is essential……. with such a common problem occurring in our company.
A. to deal
B. dealing
C. deal
D. dealt
17. They decided to go……. the danger.
A. as
B. despite
C. even though
D. and
18. Jane has a computer,……. she doesn‘t use it.
A. but
B. therefore
C. so
D. because
19. Each of us……. presented with three notebooks at the beginning of a new school year.
A. have been
B. are
C. is
D. were
20. I rang my friend in Australia yesterday, and she said it……. raining there.
A. is
B. was
C. were
D. has been
21. She often shares secrete……. her best friend.
A. to
B. for
C. of
D. with
22. Although I encountered many difficulties in my studying, I tried my best to……. them.
A. get over
B. turn off
C. go ahead
D. get up
23. Carbon dioxide occurs in the air in……. form.
A. nature
B. naturally
C. natural
D. unnatural
24. ……. purpose of volunteer work is to help poor people how to improve their life.
A. A
B. An
C. The
D. X
25. John. ―Do you mind if I open the window? It‘s a bit warm.‖
Joe. ―…….‖
A. You cannot smoke in the room.
B. No, not at all. Go ahead.
C. Put it wherever you like.
D. Sorry, I have to go away.
26. Mr Brown. ―What do you think of this jacket?‖
Mrs Brown. ―…….‖
A. I don‘t think so.
B. No, it‘s not mine.
C. Not at all.
D. it‘s very nice, but I don‘t think it‘s big enough.
27. Nancy. Thank you for a lovely evening.
John. …….
A. Don‘t mention it
B. I‘m glad you enjoyed it C. Yes, I‘d like that D. Yes, that would be very nice
28. Tom. More coffee? Anybody?
Mary…….
A. I don‘t agree, I‘m afraid B. I‘d like to
C. Yes, please
D. It‘s right, I think
29. Tan. What shall we do this evening?
Han. …….
A. I hope so B. Yes, that‘s right C. I would like to go to the cinema. D. How about going to the cinema?
Read the following passage and then choose the best answer to the questions
Sixty years ago the idea of disabled people doing sports was heard of. But when the annual games for the
disabled were started at Stoke Mandeville, England in 1948 by Sir Ludwig Guttmann, the situation began to
change.
Sir Ludwig Guttmann, who had been driven to England in 1939 from Nazi Germany, had been asked by
British Government to set up an injury center at Stock Mandeville near London. His ideas about treating
injuries included sport for the disabled.
In the first games just two teams of injured soldiers took part. The next year, 1949, five teams took part. From
those beginnings, things have developed fast. Teams now come from abroad to Stoke Mandeville every year.
In 1960 the first Olympics for disabled were held in Rome, in the same place as the normal Olympic Games.
Now every four years the Olympics for disabled are held, if possible, in the same place as the normal Olympic
Games, although they are organize separately. In other years Games for the disabled are still held in Stock
Mandeville. In 1984, wheelchair Olympic Games, 1064 wheelchair athletes from about 40 countries took part.
Unfortunately, they were held at Stock Mandeville and not in Los Angeles, along with the other Olympics.
30. How long were the first games for the disabled held after Sir Ludwig Guttmann arrived in London?
A. 9 years
B. 10 years
C. 19 years
D. 21 years
31. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as the place where the Olympic Games for the disabled were
held?
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A. England
B. Rome
C. Stock Mandeville
D. Los Angeles
32. Which of the following statement is NOT TRUE?
A. Sir Ludwig Guttmann was an early organizer of the games for the disabled.
B. Sir Ludwig Guttmann was an injured soldier.
C. Sir Ludwig Guttmann was from Germany.
D. Sir Ludwig Guttmann was welcome by the British government.
33. From the passage, we may conclude that…….
A. The Olympic Games for disabled are always held at the same time and in the same place as the normal
Olympic Games.
B. The disabled athletes are able to compete in the normal Olympic Games.
C. The writer is in favor of holding the games for the disabled.
D. The writer is against holding the games for the disabled.
34. What is the main idea of the reading passage?
A. Sir Ludwig Guttmann
B. Treating the disabled by playing sports
C. Organizing the Olympic Games for the disabled
D. The history of the Olympic Games for the disabled
Read the following passage and then choose the best option to fit each space
Galileo was the first person (35)… did experiments about how things fall. Before, people thought that heavy
things always fell faster (36)… light things. He found out that this was not true. He took a heavy ball and a light
(37)…….and he dropped them both from a high place. They (38)…….. at the same speed. This meant that
weight is not important. This is the law of falling bodies. It is an important law to (39)……. our world.
35. A. who
B. whom
C. where
D. whose
36. A. as
B. more
C. than
D. less
37. A. thing
B. one
C. which
D. that
38. A. raised
B. weighed
C. fell
D. gone
39. A. understand
B. understood
C. to understand
D. understanding
Choose the sentence that has the same meaning as the original one
40. The boy can‘t write that essay better because he has no books.
A. The boy will write the essay better if he has books.
B. The boy would write the essay better if he has books.
C. The boy would have written the essay better if he had had books.
D. The boy would write the essay better if he had books.
41. Joe was standing on the ladder. It began to slip.
A. Joe was standing on the ladder which began to slip. B. The ladder which Joe was standing began to slip.
C. The ladder on which Joe was standing began to slip D. The ladder on that Joe was standing began to slip.
42. Tom goes to school by bicycle. His friends go to school by bicycle, too.
A. Neither Tom nor his friends go to school by bicycle. B. Both Tom and his friends goes to school by bicycle.
C. Either Tom or his friends go to school by bicycle.
D. Not only Tom but also his friends go to school by bicycle.
Choose the correct answer to each of the following quetions.
43. The harder you study for these exams, …….
A. the best you will do
B. the better you will do C. you will do better
D. the gooder you will do
44. We leave early…….
A. because we can arrive at the meeting in time. B. in order for we can arrive at the meeting in time.
C. so that we can arrive at the meeting in time.
D. however we can arrive at the meeting in time.
45. I met one of my old friends…….
A. while I was doing shopping in the supermarket two days ago.
B. when I did shopping in the supermarket two days ago.
C. as I was done shopping in the supermarket two days ago.
D. while I was doing shopping to the supermarket two days ago.
Choose the one word or phrase that must be changed in order for the sentence to be correct
46. Many of my schoolmates invited to my birthday party last year.
A
B
C D
47. If you‘ll work harder, the boss may raise your salary soon.
A
B
C
D
48. They work in a hospital where was sponsored by the government.
A
B
C
D
49. We managed to go to class because it was cold and rainy.
A B
C
D
50. A lot of rice were exported to France last year.
A
B
C
D

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Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently
1. A. beat
B. lead
C. mean
D. head
2. A. country
B. found
C. house
D. sound
3. A. informed
B. evolved
C. amused
D. invented
Choose the word whose main stressed is different from the rest
4.A. distinctive
B. equality
C. production
D. accurate
5. A. apply
B. persuade
C. reduce
D. offer
Choose the best answer
6.The doctor ______________that he should slown down a bit.
A. told to Jim
B. asked Jim
C. said Jim
D. told Jim
7. If I ______________taller, I______________better at basketball
A. am-will be
B. were –would have been C. be-would be
D. were-might be
8. Many plant and animal _________are now in danger of extinction
A. pieces
B. species
C. amount
D. numbers
9. The disappearance of one or several species may result in the loss of _______________.
A. university
B. biology
C. biodiversity
D. diversity
10. The Asian Games is an occasion when friendship and _______________are built and deepened
A. solidarity
B. determination
C. admiration
D. rival
11. In time of peace , the ______________gives medical aid and other help to victims of disaters
A. Red Cross
B. Red and Cross
C. Cross Red
D.Cross and red
12. We must try to protect_____animals, otherwise when a species disappears the whole ecosystem is
affected.
A. dangerous
B. endangered
C. danger
D. endangering
13.The prisoner __________to have escaped by climbing over a wall
A. thought
B. is thinking
C. has thought
D. is thought
14. We were made ______________hard when we were at school
A. to study
B. study
C. studying
D. studied
15.‖ What a lovely hat you have ― – ― Thanks __________________‖
A. I‘m glad you like it
B. I don‘t care
C. that‘s OK
D. certainly
16. I don‘t like hunting . - ____________
A. Either do I
B. I do , too
C. Neither do I
D. I don‘t neither
17. This novel is ___________than the one I read last week
A. good
B. as good
C. more good
D. better
18. When he ____________, he will tell us about the match
A. arrives
B. will arrive
C. arrived
D. is arriving
19. The girls and flowers ___________he painted were vivid
A. who
B. that
C. which
D. whose
20. ― Will there be any seats left ? ― ― _______________‖
A. I am not afraid so
B. I suppose not
C. I expect not
D. I think not
21.She __________her homework before eight o‘clock last night
A. finished
B. had finished
C. has finished
D. was finished
22. When she died , she gave ________all her money to a charity for cats
A. away
B. out
C. on
D. off
23.I can ______with most things but I can‘t stand noisy children
A. put up
B. put on
C. put aside
D. put off
24. It‘s necessary for students to listen to their teacher _________
A. attentive
B. attentively
C. attention
D. attend
25.Do you know any restaurant…………..we can have a really good meal?
A. that
B. which
C. where
D. what
26. – ―How well you are playing‖ ! - ―………………………‖
A. Say it again . I like to hear your words
B. Thank you too much
C. Many thanks . That is a nice compliment
D. I think so . I am proud of myself
27. You have been reading for four hours. This book ............... be very interesting.
A. can
B. might
C. must
D. should
28 _______ more carefully, he would not have had the accident yesterday:
A. If Peter driven
B. If had Peter driven
C. Had Peter driven
D. Unless Peter had driven
29.The alarm-clock suddenly -------------- in the middle of the night.
A. went out
B. went on
C. went by
D. went off
30.-------------- out of the house than it began to rain.
A. No sooner I got
B. No sooner I had got C. No sooner had I got D. No had I got sooner
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction:
31. The windows at the front of the house need to repair.
A
B
C
D
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32. In the future, human workers might be replace by robots in dangerous areas such as nuclear power plants
or coal mines.
A
B
C
D
33. People said that Henry was the last person leaving the burning house.
A
B
C
D
34. In spite of my gradfather is very old, he gets up early and does morning exercises.
A
B
C
D
35. My children won‘t go to bed unless they don‘t have some milk.
A
B
C
D
Indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
36.He started learning French six years ago
A. He has learned French for six years
B. It is six years ago since he started learning French
C. He hasn‘t learned French for six years
D. He has learned French since six years
37. Most of Ann‘s friends work less hard than her
A. Ann works more hard than most of her friends than her
B. Ann works more hardly than most of her friends do
C. Ann works harder than most of her friends do
D. Ann works as hard as most of friends do
38. He said ―, Let‘s try an Italian restaurant ―
A. He told to try an Italian restaurant
B. He said to try an Italian restaurant
C. He suggested trying an Italian restaurant
D. He spoke to try an Italian restaurant
39. ― No parking‖ means :
A. There is no park here
B. You can‘t go to the park here
C. You are not allowed to park here
D. There‘s not enough space for parking here
40. organize / Germany / in / the World Cup 2006 .
A. The World Cup 2006 is organized in Germany.
B. The World Cup 2006 had been organized in Germany.
C. The World Cup 2006 has been organized in Germany. D. The World Cup 2006 was organized in Germany.
Read the following passage and indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions:
Dining Etiquette in Japan: An honored guest sits at the center of the table furthest from the door and begins
eating first. Learn to (41) ____ chopsticks – never point them, never pierce food with them, and rest them on
the chopsticks – rest when breaking (42) _____ drink or chat. It is good etiquette to try a bit of everything.
Dining Etiquette in Turkey: Meals are a (43) ______ affair. Conversations are friendly and loud. The head of
the family of honored guest is served first. It is good etiquette to insist the most senior served first (44) ______
of you. Asking for (45) _______ food is a compliment. If taken to a restaurant, Turkish dining etiquette has
strict rules that the one who extended the invitation must pay.
41. A. grasp
B. use
C. handle
D. keep
42. A. on
B. as
C. for
D. with
43. A. society
B. social
C. socialize
D. socialism
44. A. instead
B. because
C. out
D. regardless
45. A. many
B. so many
C. the most
D. more
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer
Our demand for water is constantly increasing. Every year there are more and more and more people
in the world. Factories turn out more and more products and need more and more water. We live in a world of
water. But almost all of it – about 97% - is in the oceans. This water is too salty to be used for drinking ,
farming, and manufacturing .Only about 3 % of the world ‗s water is fresh. Most of this water is not easily
available to man because it is locked in glaciers and icecaps.
There is as much water on earth today as there ever was or will ever be. Most of the water we use
finds its way to the oceans. There, it is evaporated by the sun. It then falls back to the earth as rain. Water is
used and reused over again. It is never used up. Although the world as a whole has plenty of fresh water,
some regions are always too dry, and others too wet .A region that usually gets enough rain may suddenly
have a serious dry spell and another region may be flooded with too much rain.
46.All of the following statements can be inferred form the text EXCEPT
A. We need more and more water
B. The population of the world is increasing every year
C. Most of the world ‗s water is locked in glaciers and icecaps
D. Factories also need more water
47.Which of the following is NOT true about the world‘s water ?
A. The vast majority of the world‘s water is ocean ( or salty ) water
B. Ocean water is salty enough to be used for drinking , farming , and manufacturing
C. Most fresh water is locked in glaciers and icecaps D. The percentage of fresh water is very small
48.What can be inferred about water ?
A. The amount of water on earth is always the same B. Water will probably be exhausted
C. Water can be used once only
D. Most of the water we use is rain water
49.It can be inferred from the text that _________________
A. no region in the world suffers form a lack of fresh water
B. rain doesn‘t fall equally everywhere on earth
C. The world has plenty of fresh in comparison with salty water
A region that usually gets enough rain hardly ever has a dry spell
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50. The phrasal verb ― turn out ― in the second line is closest in meaning to ______________
A. sell
B. prove
C. switch off
D. produce
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ĐỀ ÔN THI TỐT NGHIỆP THPT 8
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently.
1. A. invited
B. attended
C. celebrated
D. displayed
2. A. neighbors
B. photographs
C. relatives
D. friends
3. A. student
B. union
C. university
D. truck
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that is stressed differently.
4. A. podium
B. title
C. childbearing
D. pioneer
5. A. accompany
B. eliminate
C. reaffirm
D. contribute
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each the following questions.
6. We used to climb up the rest of the hill to get a good view of the surroundings.
A. top
B. foot
C. middle
D. face
7. Let's go over that report again before we submit it.
A. dictate
B. print
C. read carefully
D. type
8. _____ is the natural environment in which plants or animals live.
A. Habitat
B. Habitant
C. Extinction
D. Biodiversity
9. Books that give fact about real events, things, or people are called _____.
A. novel
B. biography
C. non-fiction
D. romance
10. The biggest _____ to gorillas comes from humans.
A. danger
B. disaster
C. crisis
D. problem
11. Governments have _____ laws to protect wildlife from over-hunting.
A. enforced
B. enacted
C. observed
D. required
12. Don‘t forget to turn _____ the lights when you leave.
A. over
B. on
C. off
D. down
13. On a summer Sunday, most of the roads are crowded __________ cars.
A. with
B. of
C. for
D. at
14. You should spend your money ___ something worthwhile.
A. on
B. with
C. in
D. for
15. Do teachers make their students _____ much homework?
A. to do
B. doing
C. do
D. done
16. Toxic chemicals in the air, land and water have also _____ many species to the verge of extinction.
A. driven
B. taken
C. guided
D. developed
17. Many rare animals are _____ risk of extinction.
A. on
B. in
C. at
D. with
18. What beautiful eyes _____!
A. does she have
B. she doesn‘t have
C. she has
D. has she
19. You _____ shout. I am not deaf.
A. mustn‘t
B. needn‘t
C. don‘t have
D. can‘t
20. We _____ open the lion's cage. It is contrary to Zoo regulations.
A. must
B. mustn't
C. needn't
D. should
21. He performed very well in the interview. _____, he didn‘t get the job.
A. Since
B. But
C. Therefore
D. However
22. He felt ill, _____ he went to bed early.
A. and
B. but
C. or
D. so
23. Do you like ―Harry Potter‖ film series? – Well, after _____ the books, I was a bit disappointed.
A. read
B. reading
C. to read
D. I have read
24. The mother asked her son _____.
A. where he has been
B. where he had been
C. where has he been D. where had he been
25. _____ that problem with the car, we wouldn‘t have missed the speech.
A. If we had had
B. If had we had
C. Unless we had had D. Provided that we had had
26. When we arrived at the meeting, the first speaker _____ and the audience _____.
A. had just finished / were clapping
B. had just finished / clapped
C. was finishing / clapped
D. finished / had clapped
27. Do you object to _____ the door?
A. my opening
B. that I open
C. open
D. have opened
28. We visited the church _____ in the 18th century.
A. which built
B. was built
C. which was built
D. building
29. Nam: ______, Helga. You have become the winner in this game.
-Helga: Thank you!
A. Really
B. Congratulations
C. A & B are correct
D. Good idea
30. Ann: This is Suki. She‘s from Kyoto, Japan.
-Peter: _____. My name‘s Peter.
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A. How are you?
B. What‘s your name? C. Glad to meet you
D. All are correct
31. Sorry I / not write / you / long time
A. Sorry I haven't written you for a long time.
B. Sorry I don't write you for a long time.
C. Sorry I haven't written to you for a long time.
D. Sorry I haven't written for you a long time.
32. This is my tenth year working in this bank.
A. By the end of this year, I will work in this bank for ten years.
B. I have worked in this bank for ten years by the end of this year.
C. By the end of this year, I will have worked in this bank for ten years.
D. I had been working in this bank for ten years by the end of this year.
33. No one has opened the room for weeks.
A. The room hasn‘t been opened for weeks.
B. The floor has opened by someone for weeks.
C. The room hasn‘t opened for weeks.
D. A & B are correct.
34. People believe that 13 is an unlucky number.
A. It was believed that13 is an unlucky number.
C.13 is believed an unlucky number.
B. It is believed that13 is an unlucky number.
D. That 13 is an unlucky number is believed.
35. Lucy always reminds me of my youngest sister.
A. My youngest sister's name is Lucy.
B. Whenever I see Lucy, I think of my youngest sister.
C. It is Lucy who is my youngest sister.
D. I always think of Lucy, my youngest sister.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction.
36. Last week Mark told me that he got very bored with his present job and is looking for a new one.
A
B
C
D
37. When he arrived at the furniture shop, they had been sold the table he wanted.
A
B
C
D
38. Smoking isn‘t good for our health, so it should be banned, is that?
A
B
C
D
39. Because the invention of machines such as vacuum cleaners, washing machines, women spend less
A
B
C
time doing the housework.
D
40. The loss of her husband and two of her sons were too much for her.
A
B
C
D
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer
Some people have complained about this year's collection, New Writing 3, although I cannot understand
why, surely 500 pages of original writing of this quality, for £6.99, is pretty amazing.
Fiction - both parts of novels and complete short stories - makes up most of the book. There are some
enjoyable pieces by famous writers, such as Candia McWilliam and Rose Tremain. It's a strange fact that the
less well-known people seem to have written mainly about food. Take my advice about Jane Harris's Those
Nails - this piece should definitely not be read just after meals. It contains some very unpleasant scenes which
could turn your stomach!
There is fine work from nineteen poets, including R.S. Thomas and John Burnside. There are pieces from
novels-in-progress by Jim Crace and Jane Rogers. Finally, there is a little non-fiction, which includes a very
funny article by Alan Rusbridger on certain newspapers, and an extraordinary piece about herself from Ursula
Owen. This is an exceptional collection and I for one can't wait to see what next year's choice will include.
41. What is the writer trying to do in the text?
A. give her opinions about a new book
B. give some information about new writers
C. give some advice to new writers
D. give her opinions of newspaper journalists
42. Why would somebody read the text?
A. to find more details about something
B. to learn what next year's collection will contain
C. to find out about Alan Rusbridger's new novel D. to decide whether to complain about something
43. What does the writer think of New Writing 3?
A. It's too long.
B. It's very amusing.
C. It's very good.
D. It's too serious.
44. How might you feel after reading Jane Harris's piece?
A. hungry
B. excited
C. unhappy
D. sick
45. Which of the following describes New Writing 3?
A. Great value: two novels, poems and articles only £6.99
B. Great value: the best of new writing for only £6.99
C. Great value: poems by Tremain, Harris and Burnside for only £6.99
D. Great value: newspapers for a whole year for only £6.99
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word(s)
Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world. It is in the Himalayan Mountains between Nepal
and China, and it is 8,900 meters high. Sir Edmund Hillary from New Zealand and Tenzing Norgay from Nepal
were the first people (46) _____ to climb Mount Everest. They climbed it in 1953. Since then, men from
different countries have been (47) _____ in climbing it.
However, the first woman to make this difficult climb was Junko Tabei, a (48) _____ Japanese woman
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from Hokkaido. She was a housewife but really interested in climbing mountains. She earned money for her
trips (49) _____ English and piano to young children.
In 1975, a Tokyo newspaper-television company organized the Mount Everest climb for women. They
chose fifteen women from mountaineering clubs to go to Nepal. The groups climbed for several days. Then
there was an avalanche, and most of the women were (50) _____. Only Ms. Tabei was able to climb the last
70 meters and stand on the top of the world. She was the first woman there.
46. A. already
B. ever
C. never
D. yet
47. A. succeed
B. to succeed
C. successful
D. successfully
48. A. 35-year-old
B.35-years-old
C. 35-years aged
D. 35-years ages
49. A. to teach
B. by teaching
C. as teaching
D. taught
50. A. damaged
B. destroyed
C. broken
D. injured
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ĐỀ THAM KHẢO TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG 9
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently 1.
A. terrorist
B. require
C. precede
D. defend
2. A. mixed
B. closed
C. laughed
D. stopped
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that is stressed differently from the rest
3. A. tsunami
B. penalty
C. advocate
D. podium
4. A. windsurfing
B. fascinating
C. vulnerable
D. reunite
5. A. canoeing
B. outstanding
C. initiate
D. vertical
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each the following questions.
6. The national curriculum is usually _________ by the government.
A. set
B. done
C. made
D. planned
7. Students who study far from home often have problems with _________.
A. houses
B. flats
C. rooms
D. accommodation
8. The new employee is a person of high sense of ________.
A. enthusiasm
B. responsibility
C. keenness
D. interest
9. She‘s very _________. She always sees things through rose-colored spectacles.
A. pessimist
B. pessimistic
C. optimist
D. optimistic
10. Mr. Long works as a book _______ on VTV.
A. reader
B. dealer
C. reviewer
D. author
11. The tsunami in Japan last year was a terrible ________.
A. catastrophe
B. epidemic
C. emergency
D. famine
12. For the past three years, Dad has been ________ as an office worker.
A. employed
B. unemployed
C. employment
D. unemployment
13. It would be more _________ to buy two loaves of bread than a big one.
A. economical
B. economy
C. economics
D. economic
14. Up to the present, Nam_____ good work in his class.
A. does
B. has done
C. had done
D. did
15. Don‘t make noise. My mother ______ with her friends.
A. is talking
B. was talking
C. talks
D. talked
16. Peter said he was leaving for Paris ______.
A. next week
B. the week previous
C. following week
D. the following week
17.
I wanted to know ______ return home.
A. when would she
B. when will she
C. when she will
D. when she would
18. His car needs ________.
A. be fixed
B. fixing
C. to be fixing
D. fixed
19. It _____ that many people are homeless after the floods.
A. was reported
B. reports
C. is reported
D. reporting
20. If I _____ wings, I _____ take an airplane to fly home.
A. have/ won‘t have to
B. had/ wouldn‘t have to C. have/ will have to
D. had/ didn‘t have to
21. ―John went to the hospital alone.‖- ―Did he? If he_____ me, I ______ with him.‖
A. told/ would go
B. told/ might have gone C. had told/ could go D. had told/ would have gone
22. They asked me a lot of questions, _____ I couldn‘t answer.
A. all of whom
B. that
C. all of which
D. who
23. Tom was the last member ______ the club last night.
A. that leaves
B. left
C. to leave
D. who leaving
24. Mary is ______ in our class.
A. prettier
B. more pretty
C. most pretty
D. the prettiest
25. It gets ______. Let‘s go swimming.
A. hot and hot
B. the more hot
C. more and more hot D. hotter and hotter
26. If you don‘t know the meaning of the word, you should look it ______ in the dictionary.
A. out
B. in
C. up
D. on
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27. He threw stones _____ his attackers, trying to drive them _____.
A. to / out
B. for / up
C. at / away
D. at / up
28. Tom: ―What is your pastime?‖ - John: ―_______.‖
A. I hate my past
B. That‘s nonsense
C. The time to play is past
D. Playing tennis is my favorite thing
29. - ―Oh, I‘m really sorry!‖ - - ―_________‖
A. It was a pleasure.
B. That‘s all right.
C. Thanks.
D. Yes, why?
20. - ―_____, children nowadays watch too much TV.‖ - ―Absolutely!‖
A. In my conclusion
B. In my opinion
C. As you see
D. As a matter of fact
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to show the underlined part that needs correction
31. Old-aged parents like to live in nursing home because they want to lead dependent lives.
A
B
C
D
32. Why did Gavin say that he didn‘t think schooldays are the best days in his life?
A
B
C
D
33. Who will be the more suitable candidate for this position?
A
B
C
D
34. People send lots of junk mail to our office every day, that really annoys us.
A
B
C
D
35. Although the Red Cross accepts blood from most donors, the nurses will not leave you give blood if
A
B
C
you have just had a cold.
D
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each the following questions.
36. The heavy rain stopped me from going out.
A. As the heavy rain, I couldn‘t go out.
B. Thanks to the heavy rain, I couldn‘t go out.
C. Because of the heavy rain, I couldn‘t go out. D. Except for the heavy rain, I couldn‘t go out.
37. The last time I saw Jane was three years ago.
A. I haven‘t seen Jane for three years.
B. I haven‘t seen Jane three years ago.
C. I haven‘t seen Jane since three years.
D. I have seen Jane for three years.
38. ―I think you should go by bus,‖ he told us.
A. He asked us to go by bus.
B. He ordered us to go by bus.
C. He advised us go by bus.
D. He advised us to go by bus.
39. Susan regretted not buying that villa.
A. Susan wished she had bought that villa.
B. Susan wished she bought that villa.
C. Susan wished she could buy that villa.
D. Susan wished she hadn‘t bought that villa.
40. The water was so cold that we couldn‘t swim in it.
A. The water was too cold for us to swim in it.
B. The water was very cold for us to swim in.
C. The water wasn‘t warm enough that we couldn‘t swim in it. D. The water was too cold for us to swim in.
Read the following passage and mark A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each question
Ever since humans have inhabited the earth, they have made use of various forms of communication.
Generally, this expression of thoughts and feelings has been in the form of oral speech. When there is a
language barrier, communication is accomplished through sign language in which motions stand for letters,
words, and ideas. Tourists, the deaf, and the mute have had to make use of this form of expression. Many of
these symbols of whole words are very picturesque and exact and can be used internationally; spelling,
however, cannot.
Body language transmits ideas or thoughts by certain actions, either intentionally or unintentionally. A wink
can be a way of flirting or indicating that a party is only joking. A nod signifies approval, while shaking the
head indicates a negative reaction.
Other forms of non-linguistic language can be found in Braille (a system of raised dots read with
fingertips), signal flags, Morse code, and smoke signals. Road maps and picture signs also guide, warn, and
instruct people.
While verbalization is the most common form of language, other systems and techniques also express
human thoughts and feelings.
41. How many different forms of communication are mentioned in the passage?
A. 5
B. 7
C. 9
D. 11
42. The word ―party‖ in the second paragraph is closest in meaning to ________.
A. organization
B. social occasion
C. group
D. individual
43. Sign language is said to be very picturesque and exact and can be used internationally EXCEPT
________.
A. spelling
B. ideas
C. whole words
D. expressions
44. Which of the following statements is NOT true?
A. There are many forms of communication in existence today.
B. Verbalization is the most common form of communication.
C. The deaf and the mute use an oral form of communication.
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D. Ideas and thoughts can be transmitted by body language.
45. What is the best title for the passage?
A. The importance of sign language
B. The many forms of communication
C. Ways of expressing feelings
D. Picturesque symbols of communication
Read the following passage and mark A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word to each blank
All the WTO members have joined the organization as a result of negotiation and therefore (46)
_________ means a balance of rights and obligations. The process of becoming a WTO member is unique to
each (47) __________ country, and the terms of accession are dependent upon the country‘s stage of
economic (48) __________ and current trade regime. The process (49) _________ about five years, on
average, but it can take some countries almost a(n) (50) _________. The shortest accession negotiation was
that of Kyrgyzstan, lasting 2 years 10 months. The longest was that of China, lasting 15 years and 5 months.
46. A. partnership
B. membership
C. friendship
D. relationship
47. A. applicant
B. one
C. selected
D. independent
48. A. reforms
B. crisis
C. formation
D. development
49. A. spends
B. occupies
C. takes
D. uses
50. A. decade
B. century
C. era
D. generation

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ĐỀ ÔN THI TN 10
I. PRONUNCIATION
Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others in the group.
1. A. watched
B. practiced
C. introduced
D. cleaned
2. A. faces
B. houses
C. horses
D. passes
3. A. catastrophe
B. trophy
C. notify
D. recipe
Choose the word with main stress put on a different syllable from that of the others in the group.
4. A. official
B. livelihood
C. temporary
D. poverty
5. A. international
B. humanitarian
C. hesitation
D. epidemics
II. GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY
Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that best completes each sentence.
6. Failure to win the championship will……………..in the dismissal of the coach.
A. result
B. happen
C. affect
D. cause
7. He tried to ________to everyone to support him.
A. make
B. appeal
C. persuade
D. advise
8. There was a hold-up on the road because a bridge had been__________away by the flood.
A. washed
B. flowed
C. blown
D. destroyed
9. He ______his life to helping the poor.
A. spent
B. experienced
C. dedicated
D. used
10. The Red Cross is a_______organization whose purpose is to help people in wartime and disasters.
A. commercial
B. political
C. military
D. humanitarian
11. Gertrude takes_____her mother; she has blue eyes and fair hair too.
A. in
B. up
C. after
D. down
12. They arrived_____the airport_____good time for the plane.
A. in - on
B. to - in
C. at - in
D. to - for
13. Paula applied for the post but she was_______
A. turned down
B. checked out
C. kept under
D. pushed ahead
14. The larger the apartment, the _________ the rent.
A. expensive
B. expensively
C. more expensive
D. most expensive
15. She plays the piano__________as she sings.
A. as beautiful
B. as beautifully
C. more beautifully
D. the most beautifully
16. "Can I help you?" "_____‖
A. At two o'clock.
B. I can help you.
C. No, I don't.
D. Yes, please.
17. She did nothing______complain about the weather all day.
A. but
B. for
C. about
D. with
18. If a book is really _______, it will certainly ______the reader.
A. interesting - interest B. interests - interest
C. interested - interesting
D. interests - interested
19. Cigarette smoking can_______a loss of appetite
A. cure
B. release
C. cause
D. treat
20. Mark, I don't think you________Carol, the new typist in our department.
A. meeting
B. having met
C. to have met
D. have met
21. "When will we meet again?" "_______‖
A. At the entrance. B. On Friday evening last week. C. Yes, I'd like to D. Will tomorrow evening be OK?
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22. They were playing in the garden when_______

.
A. they have heard a scream
B. they were hearing a scream
C. they heard a scream
D. they had heard a scream
23. I had no sooner lit the barbecue ____it started to rain.
A. as
B. while
C. than
D. that
24. When the paint_____, it'll change from a light to a deep red.
A. dry
B. dries
C. dried
D. will dry
25. By the time he retires, he_______$20,000.
A. will save
B. has saved
C. had saved
D. will have saved
26. Most schools in Britain are called ______schools, which means they have students with mixed abilities.
A. completion
B. comprehend
C. comprehensive
D. comprehension
27. He's really enjoying his job. His new__________have made him very welcome.
A. bosses
B. managers
C. employees
D. colleagues
28. "Did you have a good trip, Jane?" "________"
A. I'm glad you said it.
B. It's my pleasure.
C. Don't worry!
D. Not too bad. Thanks.
29. You had better_______ your teeth________
once a year.
A. to have / check
B. have / check
C. to have / checked
D. have / checked
30. The festival was a failure. It was_____________
A. bad organized
B. badly organized
C. bad organization
D. badly organizing
Error identification
31. Though Miss Colombia lost the beauty contest, she was more prettier than the other girls in the pageant
A
B
C
D
32.The team spent some time towarm up in preparation for the match.
A B
C
D
33. If you come to England, you'll soon get used to drive on the left.
A
B
C
D
34.I wonder when the car will need to service again.
A
B
C
D
35. How did you know about her wedding? Someone should have told you.
A
B
C
D
Choose the answer (A, B, C or D) that is closest in meaning to the topic sentence.
36. "Don't forget to turn off the light before leaving."
A. He asked me to leave and turn off the light.
B.He reminded me to turn off the light before leaving.
C. He promised to turn off the light before leaving.D. He warned me about turning off the light before leaving.
37. I haven't seen such a strange behavior before.
A. This is the first time I'm seeing such a strange behavior.
B. This was the first time I had seen such a strange behavior.
C. Such a strange behavior has never seen by me before.
D. This is the first time I've seen such a strange behavior.
38. I suddenly realized that
A. I've just missed a golden opportunity
B. I had just missed a golden opportunity
C. I'll miss a golden opportunity
D. I'm going to miss a golden opportunity
39. If you need my advice, I'm against your buying that car.
A. If it were me, I'll buy that car.
B. If I were you, I wouldn't buy that car.
C. If it were me, I hadn't bought that car.
D. If I were you, I would buy that car.
40. The more you talk about it, the worse you'll feel.
A. Don't talk about it or you won't feel bad.
B. Unless you talk more about it, you'll feel worse.
C. If you talk more about it, you'll feel worse.
D. Talk more about it and you'll feel much better.
III. READING COMPREHENSION
A.Choose the item (A, B, C or D) that best completes the unfinished statement
Water is our life source. It (41)____ 70% of our bodies, and the average person actually spends about six
months of his life on the bath or a shower. But we are only now (42)______ how to take care of water. Acid
rain has polluted (43)_____ 18,000 lakes. Our seas and rivers are polluted, too. It is now very expensive to
overcome the damage that has been done. However, we have some hope for the future (44)_____ some new
sources of water have been discovered. People living in Sahara have found fish (45)_______ in deep
underground streams. Many scientists also believe that there is a huge lake underneath London. If we have
leant something from our mistakes, we should keep these new sources of water clean.
41. A. puts up
B. gets up
C. makes up
D. calls up
42. A. learn
B. learning
C. learnt
D. have learnt
43. A. as many as
B. as much as
C. as lot as
D. as so many as
44. A. because
B. because of
C. although
D. in spite of
45. A. to swim
B. swam
C. swimming
D. is swimming
B.Choose the item (A, B, C or D) that best completes the unfinished statement
In 1960, Laura Ashley, a housewife with young children, began designing and selling clothes. After some
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early success, her husband, Bernard, an experienced businessman, joined her and was able to provide
considerable help and advice. The business expanded rapidly. Laura had started working at home, and soon
there were several "Laura Ashley" shops where women could buy pretty, traditional clothes in a country style,
made of natural materials. By the 1980s, the company had developed into a multi-million pound international
organization with branches in places as far apart as London, Brussels, San Francisco and Tokyo.
Laura Ashley was a woman of simple tastes and strong moral beliefs. She was born in Wales and one of
her largest factories producing clothes was situated in the countryside there. Her employees were
encouraged to lead healthy lives, enjoy the fresh air and a good diet. Many of the Ashley family were involved
in the business, but in 1985 it was decided that the public should be given the opportunity to invest money in
the company. Obviously this was a major development and a clear sign of commercial success. But the
woman whose ideas had been the basics of the company's development did not live to see it. She fell down
the stairs while staying at a friend's house and died in hospital a few days afterwards. She was only sixty-one.
41. Laura Ashley started her business by
A. opening some shops
B. working at home
C. organizing branches in cities
D. running an international organization
42. Which of the following is TRUE about Laura Ashley?
A. She was a young housewife with children when she started doing business.
B. Her husband had helped her in the first place.
C. Her business did not go well for many years after the start.
D. Women came to her shops to buy expensive clothes made of luxury materials.
43. We can infer from the passage that by 1985
A. many members of her family had worked in her company
B. only Laura had done the business of the company
C. none of the Ashley family, except her husband, had worked in the company.
D. no one else in the family had helped Laura in business
44. Which of the following would be the best title of the passage?
A. The expansion of a company
B. A woman's excellent ideas
C. The success story of a housewife
D. How a woman runs a business
45. The word "Obviously" in the passage is closest in meaning to
A. "Generally"
B. "Consequently"
C. "Lately"
D. "Apparently"
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ĐỀ ÔN THI TN 11
I. PRONUNCIATION
Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others in the group.
1. A. decided
B. stopped
C. washed
D. laughed
2. A. hopes
B. takes
C. tastes
D. arrives
3. A. right
B. private
C. communist
D. minority
Choose the word with main stress put on a different syllable from that of the others in the group.
4. A. contestant
B. satellite
C. similar
D. interview
5. A. romantic
B. determine
C. attention
D. attitude
II. GRAMMAR & VOCABULARY
Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that best completes each sentence.
6. While she__________T.V last night, a mouse ran across the floor.
A. watch
B. watched
C. am watching
D. was watching
7. She is the woman__________sister looks after the baby for us.
A. who
B. whom
C. that
D. whose
8. WHO‘s main activities are carrying out research on medical_____and improving international health care.
A. develop
B.developing
C. development
D. develops
9. The flight was delayed__________the heavy frog.
A. because of
B. in spite of
C. despite
D. instead of
10. Are you sure that boys are more__________than girls?
A. act
B. active
C. action
D. activity
11. He‘s one of__________most people I‘ve ever met.
A. a
B. the
C. an
D. any
12. Her job was so__________that she decided to quit it.
A. interesting
B. satisfactory
C. stressful
D. wonderful
13. Qualifications and__________are two most important factors that help you get a good job.
A. politeness
B. experience
C. attention
D. impression
14. To my __________, I was not offered the job.
A. happiness
B. dream
C. joy
D. disappointment
15. Before__________ for a position, check whether you can fulfill all the requirements from the employer.
A. deciding
B. applying
C. requiring
D. demanding
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16. Most universities__________students who want to attend the university to pass three A-Levels.
A. receive
B. tell
C. require
D. ask
17. Smoking cigarettes__________in public places.
A. should ban
B. are banned
C. should be banned
D. have been banned
18. The fatter I become, the__________ I run.
A. quicker
B. more slowly
C. slower
D. more fast
19. His son‘s death was a terrible shock and it took him long time to__________.
A. get round
B. come through
C. go over
D. get over
20. A new study group has been__________by the United Nations.
A. put on
B. put up
C. set up
D. set on
21. Phil: ―Happy birthday! This is a small present for you.‖ - Leonie: ―__________‖.
A. What a pity!
B. How terrific
C. Have a good time! D. How beautiful it is! Thanks
22. Susan: ―What a lovely hat you have!‖ - Bill: ―Thanks__________‖.
A. I‘m glad you like it
B. I don‘t care
C. that‘s OK
D. certainly
23. We were made__________ hard when we were at school.
A. to study
B. study
C. studying
D. studied
24. Mrs Ramsay was accustomed __________ in this rickety house.
A. by living
B. to living
C. with living
D. living
25. Jim: ―Do you agree that doing physical exercises can keep you body fit?‖ - Laura: ‖You‗re right. ______‖.
A. Of course not
B. There‘s no doubt about that
C. That‘s very interesting
D. I‘m not with you there
26. This boy lied to you, __________you don‘t trust him anymore.
A. so
B. but
C. and
D. however
27. I can hear you quite clearly. You__________ shout.
A. cannot
B. might not
C. mustn‘t
D needn‘t
28. They are not__________to join the army.
A. old enough
B. so old
C. enough old
D. as old
29. Children__________all ages love playing in the open air.
A. with
B. in
C. at
D. of
30. Mum is always busy__________her work in the laboratory.
A. with
B. at
C. in
D. of
Error identification
31. I feel safely to tell him my secrets.
A B
C
D
32. The more careful you drive, the fewer accidents you will have.
A
B
C
D
33. I make my best to learn English well, but I think my English is still terrible.
A
B
C
D
34. Women have made great contribution in the economics and social development of the country.
A
B
C
D
35. We have just equipped our factory with precision machines.
A
B
C
D
Choose the answer (A, B, C or D) that is closest in meaning to the topic sentence.
36. I am very excited about seeing you next week.
A. I am looking forward to seeing you next week.
B. I am happy about seeing you next week.
C. I am waiting to seeing you nest weekend with excitement. D. You are excited about seeing you next week.
37.The last time when I saw her was three years ago.
A. I have often seen her for the last three years.
B. About three years ago, I used to meet her.
C. I have not seen her for three years.
D. I saw her three years and will never meet her again.
38. If I were taller, I could reach the top shelf.
A. I am not tall enough to reach the top shelf.
B. I am too tall to reach the top shelf.
C. I cannot reach the top shelf because I am very tall. D. In spite of being tall, I cannot reach the top shelf.
39. Peter said if he were me he would stop smoking.
A. I wanted Peter to stop smoking and he promised to do.
B. Peter promised to stop smoking.
C. Peter said he would stop smoking as I wanted him to.
D. Peter advised me to stop smoking.
40. People believe that there is an other world after Death.
A. That there is an other world after Death is believed by people.
B. It was believed that there is an other world after Death.
C. It is believed that there is an other world after Death. D. There is believe to have an other world after Death.
III. READING COMPREHENSION
A. Read the following passage and choose the best given answer A,B,C, or D to fill in each gap.
In 1945 leaders from 51 countries met in San Francisco, California, and organized the United Nations.
World War II had just (41) _________. Millions of people had died, and there was destruction everywhere.
People hoped they could (42) ________ a future of world peace through this new organization.
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The main United Nations Organization is in New York, but the UN has a ―family‖ of its related
organizations try to provide a better life (43) ________ everyone. One example is UNICEF, an organization
which provides food, medical care and many other services to poor children (44) _________ they live. Another
example is the World Health Organization, which provides medical programs all over the world.
There are thousands of UN workers in developing countries. They work as planners to increase output
in farming and industry. They give medical services, improve educational programs, and spread scientific
information. They develop programs that provide jobs and better (45) ________ conditions. They help
countries control their population growth.
41. A. finished
B. ended
C. terminated
D. stopped
42. A. produce
B. construct
C. design
D. build
43. A. with
B. for
C. about
D. to
44. A. any place
B. anywhere
C. wherever
D. everywhere
45. A. living
B. lively
C. life
D. lifelike
B.. Read the following passage and choose the correct answer A,B,C, or D.
Many years ago, people often said ― a woman‘s place is in the home‖. But Americans do not feel that
way any more. Today, women make up about 43 percent of the America labor force. There are about 45
million working women in the United States, and a large number of them are married women with children. In
1980, for the first time in the nation‘s history there were more working wives than household wives. Looking
back to 1940, we can see picture of some very rapid change. In 1940, only 15 percent of married women
held jobs.
Today, most young women choose to work even when they have young children. Why do they work?
The most important reason is that they need to earn money. But another reason is that women today are
better educated and they have more opportunities to work in various professions than women had earlier.
46. What does this passage mainly discuss?
A. Women and jobs in America
B. Well-educated women in America
C. More women than men in the labor force
D. The number of women who work outside the home
47. According to the passage, what is the percentage of men in the labor force?
A. 15 percent
B. 57 percent
C. 45 percent
D. 43 percent
48. Which of the following is NOT true, according to the passage?
A. Women work because they want to make their own living.
B. Women play an important role in the labor force now.
C. The majority of working women are single.
D. Women have better schooling nowadays.
49. The word ―rapid‖ in line 5 is nearest in meaning to__________.
A. significant
B. valid
C. quick
D. slow
50. What can be inferred from the passage?
A. Women need money more than education.B. Young women do not get married in order to have jobs.
C. Women can work in many different fields. D. The best place for women is in the home.
ĐỀ THI TỐT NGHIỆP THPT (THAM KHẢO) 12
Pick out the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the other words:
Câu 1: A. scholarship
B. chicken
C. school
D. Christ
Câu 2: A. house
B. harm
C. hour
D. husband
Pick out the word that has different stress from that of the other words
Câu 3: A. recently
B. facial
C. tomorrow
D. confidence
Câu 4: A. marriage
B. importance
C. engagement
D. diversity
VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR : Choose the best option .
Câu 5: He was so _____ that he had an accident.
A. carefully
B. caring
C. careful
D. careless
Câu 6: Boys! Put your toys ______. It is time to go to bed. Don't stay _____ late.
A. around/ for
B. away / up
C. down / off
D. off / on
Câu 7: Instead _____ petrol, cars will only run ____ solar energy and electricity.
A. from/ upon
B. in / over
C. of / on
D. for / by
Câu 8: Sorry, I ___ stay any longer. I really must go home.
A. couldn‘t
B. can not
C. mustn‘t
D. may not
Câu 9: He began to feel ill while ___________________.
A. he would do the exam B. he was doing the exam.C. he is doing the exam
D. he did the exam
Câu 10: ______ the bad weather, the plan landed safely.
A. despite the fact that
B. though
C. in spite of
D. in spite
Câu 11: If you hadn‘t watched that late mivie last night, you ___ sleepy now.
A. might have not been B. wouldn‘t have been C. wouldn‘t have been being
D. wouldn‘t be
Câu 12: ―The new mathematics teacher seems very pleasant‖ - ―Yes, he‘s __________ person‖
A. a such nice
B. a so nice
C. such nice
D. such a nice
Câu 13: Up to now, the manager ………………..a lot of information about his secretary.
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A. has learned
B. had learned
C. learns
D. learned
Câu 14: Somebody cleans the room every day.
A. The room is cleaned every day.
B. The room is every day cleaned.
C. The room everyday is cleaned.
D. The room is cleaned by somebody every day.
Câu 15: People don‘t use this road very often.
A. This road not very often is used.
B. This road is not used very often.
C. This road very often is not used.
D. Not very often this road is not used.
Câu 16: You should _______ more attention to what your teacher explains.
A. make
B. get
C. set
D. pay
Câu 17: – ―Happy birthday! This is a small present for you.‖_
- ―………….‖
A. How beautiful it is!. Thanks B. What a pity
C. Have a good time!
D. How terrible!
Câu 18: I met a lot of new people at the party ________ names I can‘t remember.
A. who
B. which
C. whom
D. whose
Câu 19: ______ they lost, their fans gave them a big cheer.
A. if
B. In spite of
C. Although
D. However
Câu 20: We / stop/ play tennis/ because / rain/ start.
A. We stopped playing tennis because of it started to rain.
B. We stopped to play tennis because it started to rain.
C. We stopped playing tennis because it started to rain.
D. We stopped playing tennis because it rain starts.
Câu 21: They got up ______ early in the morning that no one saw them leave the house.
A. too
B. so
C. in order to
D. such
Câu 22: While my mother ________ a film on TV, my father was cooking dinner. It was March 8th yesterday.
A. had watched
B. was watching
C. watched
D. watches
Câu 23: If you ___ less last night, you ___ so bad today.
A. drank- would not feel
B. had drunk- would not feel
C. had drunk- would not have felt
D. would have drunk- would not feel
Câu 24: After walking for three hours, we stopped to let the others ____________ with us.
A. A & B
B. catching
C. catch
D. to catch
Câu 25: Tom: I never drink coffee._ Peter: ……………………..
A. Nor I don‘t
B. Me too
C. I don‘t too
D. Neither do I
Câu 26: Tell me the reason ____________ you were absent yesterday.
A. that
B. why
C. where
D. when
Câu 27: He asked, ―Why didn‘t she take the final exam?‖ - He asked why ______ the final exam.
A. she hadn‘t taken
B. did she take
C. she had taken
D. she took
Câu 28: When the play finished the audience stood up and _______ their hands loudly.
A. clapped
B. nodded
C. shook
D. hold
Câu 29: Huong didn‘t participate in the contest ______ her lack of confidence.
A. because of
B. due to the fact that C. because
D. since
Câu 30: We couldn‘t answer those two difficult questions.
A. Those two difficult questions couldn‘t have been answered.
B. Those two questions were so difficult that we couldn‘t answer them.
C. Those two questions were too difficult for us to answer.
D. Those two questions were not enough difficult to answer for us.
Câu 31: The bicycle was so expensive that I didn't buy it.
A. If the bicycle had been cheaper, I would have bought it. B. I was rich enough to buy the bicycle.
C. I couldn't afford to buy the bicycle.
D. The bicycle was too expensive for me to buy.
Câu 32: By the time you receive this letter, I ................for the USA
A. am leaving
B. have left
C. will have left
D. will leave
Câu 33: ― Don‘t forget to phone the police,‖ she said.
A. She reminded him not forget to phone the police.
B. She told him to forget not to
phone the police.
C. She reminded him to phone the police.
D. She reminded him about phoning the police.
Câu 34: All of my students appreciate the___________ of English learning
A. import
B. important
C. importantly
D. importance
Câu 35: She told us ________ story that we all forgot about the time.
A. such an interesting
B. such interesting a
C. so an interesting
D. a so interesting
Choose the item among A,B,C or D that best answers the question about the passage:
The dramatic growth of the world's population in the twentieth century was on a scale without
parallel in human history. Most of this growth had occurred since 1950 and was known as the population
'explosion'. Between 1950 and 1980 the world population increased from 2.5 to over 4 billion, and by the end
of the twenty century the figure had risen to about 6.6 billion. Growth of this size cannot continue indefinitely.
Recent forecasts suggest that the total population will level out at between 10 and 15 billion in the mid twenty
first century. Already there are encouraging signs that the rate of increase in many less developed countries is
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beginning to slow down.
36. According to the passage, at no period inhuman history has there been ______.
a. a population explosion of the magnitude as the one in the twenty century
b. a universal fear about the future of man
c. as comprehensive a study of population problems as the one envisaged now
d. so much consensus among nations concerning the population of the world
37. In 2000, the world's population was about ______.
a. four billion
b. six billion
c. ten billion
d. fifteen billion
38. It is pointed out in the passage that the increase in the world population ______.
a. is expected to continue even faster until 2050
b. will not continue into the next century
c. has been going on noticeably since 1950
d. has been much faster in the industrialized countries
39. The phrasal verb 'level out' in line 8 means ______.
a. to make something equal
b. to make amounts be of higher level
c. to stop moving up or down
d. to stay at a steady level
40. It has been forecast that, by the middle of the twenty-first century _____.
a. various measures will have been taken to encourage population growth
b. the world population will be stabilized at around 10 to 15 billion
c. the population growth rate in less developed countries will be much higher
d. the rate of population increase will have doubled the 1950 rate
Choose the best option A, B, C or D to complete the passage .
A beauty contest, or beauty pageant, is a competition between people, based largely on the beauty of
their physical (41) _______. The modern beauty pageant can trace its origin to the Miss America pageant, first
(42) ______ in Atlantic City, New Jersey, in 1921, under the title ‗Inter-City Beauty' contest. The following year
the title was renamed as Miss America. Other contests include the yearly Miss World competition and Miss
Universe, (43) ______ are the two largest and most famous international beauty contests. Women from
around the world (44) _______ in the competition for these titles. To be selected as Miss World or Miss
Universe, a contestant must be celibate or single. If a Miss World fails to live up to people's expectations, she
may, be disqualified. The organizers of the major beauty contests represent their contests as being events of
world importance. However, many other people consider beauty contests to be agreeable entertainment event
of no great (45)……………….
41. a. appearance
b. appear
c. appearing
d. disappearance
42. a. held
b. organizes
c. hold
d.holding
43. a. who
b. which
c. that
d. whom
44. a. take
b. participate
c. excite
d. involve
45. a. important
b. importance
c. unimportant
d. unimportance
Choose the letter A,B,C, or D to show the underlined part of each sentence that needs correction.
Câu 46: Heavily polluted factories will be closed down sooner or latest.
A
B
C
D
Câu 47: I will never forget what has he done for me.
A
B
C
D
Câu 48: We prefer to watch a live concert to listening to music on the radio .
A
B
C
D
Câu 49: The books writing by Mark Twain are very popular in the world.
A
B
C
D
Câu 50: He stopped to smoke because cigarettes are harmful to his health.
A
B
C
D
ĐỀ THI TỐT NGHIỆP THPT (THAM KHẢO) 13
Pick out the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the other words:
Câu 1: A. dead
B. scream
C. heat
D. meat
Câu 2: A. pagoda
B. prepared
C. attract
D. particular
Pick out the word that has different stress from that of the other words
Câu 3: A. blackboard
B. listen
C. between
D. student
Câu 4: A. suitable
B. physical
C. romantic
D. mischievous
VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR : Choose the best option .
Câu 5: I learned that the college ________ in 1900
A. founded
B. had been founded C. was founded
D. found
Câu 6: Let's go over that report again before we submit it.
A. type
B. print
C. read carefully
D. dictate
Câu 7: I‘m going to go out and.................................................
A. cut my hair
B. have cut my hair
C. have my hair cut
D. my hair be cut
Câu 8: She left him _______ she still loved him.
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A. even if
B. even though
C. despite
D. in spite of
Câu 9: We / decide/ not / go out/ because / weather.
A. We decided not go out because the weather. B. She decided not to go out because of the weather.
C. We decided not going out because of weather. D. We decided not to go out because the weather.
Câu 10: The girl __________ design had been chosen stepped to the platform to receive the award.
A. whom
B. that
C. whose
D. which
Câu 11: If you don't pay your rent, your landlord is going to kick you out!
A. give you a kick B. force you to leave C. play football with you
D. lend you some money
Câu 12: The flight from New York to London was delayed ______ the heavy fog.
A. because of
B. because
C. since
D. due to the fact that
Câu 13: The woman asked __________get lunch at school.
A. can the children B. whether the children could C. if the children can D. could the children
Câu 14: The people who are waiting for the bus in the rain are getting well
A. waited
B. to wait
C. waiting
D. wait
Câu 15: The T- shirt in the window was ________ expensive for me to buy.
A. so
B. enough
C. too
D. very
Câu 16: When I got home I found that water...............................down the kitchen walls
A. had been running
B. was running
C. has run
D. ran
Câu 17: In the past, the trip...................very rough and often dangerous, but things..........a great deal in the
last hundred and fifty years
A. had been- will change B. was- have changed
C. has been- changed D. is- change
Câu 18: The story I‘ve just read...................Agatha Christie
A. was written by B. was written
C. was written from
D. wrote by
Câu 19: The schoolboys are in a hurry ______ they will not be late for school.
A. for
B. in order that
C. so as to
D. to
Câu 20: ___ then what I know today, I would have saved myself a lot of time and trouble over the years.
A. If I know
B. If I would know
C. Had I known
D. Did I know
Câu 21: He looked so funny that I couldn‘t help laughing.
A. I couldn‘t laugh because he looked so funny. B. I couldn‘t help him laugh because he looked so funny.
C. He looked too funny for me to laugh.
D. I laughed because he looked so funny.
Câu 22: They spent a lot of money on food and clothes.
A. A lot of money was spent on food and clothes. B. A lot of money were spent on food and clothes.
C. A lot of money on food and clothes were spent. D. Money was spent a lot on food and clothes.
Câu 23: This road is very narrow. It ___to be widened.
A. needs
B. might
C. mustn‘t
D. may
Câu 24: After he.......................his English course, he went to England to continue his study
A. would finish
B. has finish
C. had finished
D. was finished
Câu 25: Don't forget to say goodbye to the ___________ before leaving the office.
A. interviewer
B. interviewing
C. interviewee
D. interview
Câu 26: Don‘t forget ___________ the door before ____________ to bed.
A. to lock/ to go
B. locking/ going
C. to lock/ going
D. lock/ going
Câu 27: Mr. Brown has ________ many patient ________ he is always busy.
A. such – that
B. so- that
C. too – that
D. very – until
Câu 28: Most of us would maintain that physical ______ does not playa major part in how we react to the
people we meet
A. attract
B. attractive
C. attractiveness
D. attractively
Câu 29: ___ she agreed, you would have done it.
A. Would
B. Had
C. Should
D. If
Câu 30: The problem of ________ among young people is hard to solve.
A. employees
B. employment
C. employers
D. unemployment
Câu 31: _______ he had enough money, he refused to buy a new car.
A. In spite of
B. Despite
C. Although
D. In spite
Câu 32: Pat: I don‘t like cats._ Tom: ……………..
A. Neither my wife B. My wife doesn‘t either C. My wife too
D. So doesn‘t my wife
Câu 33: Mary: …………………….._ Tom: Ten to ten
A. What‘s the time? B. What‘s about the hour? C. What hours are they?
D. How the time?
Câu 34: Some researchers have just ____ a survey of young people's points of view on contractual marriage.
A. managed
B. conducted
C. directed
D. sent
Câu 35: Maria eats very little so as not to put on weight.
A. Maris eats little very because she wants to lose weight.
B. Maria eats very little because she wants to lose weight.
C. Maria eats very little because she wants weight to lose.
D. Maria eats very little because lose weight she wants to.
Choose the letter A,B,C, or D to show the underlined part of each sentence that needs correction.
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