Đề thi tham khảo kỳ thi tốt nghiệp THPT Tiếng Anh 12 Sách Mới - Năm học 2021-2022

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  1. BỘ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO KỲ THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG NĂM 2023 ĐỀ THI THAM KHẢO Bài thi: NGOẠI NGỮ; Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH (Đề thi có 04 trang) Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề Họ, tên thí sinh: Số báo danh: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions. Question 1: A. Champagne B. chaos C. scheme D. chemist Question 2: A. Cacti B. invite C. primaryD. driven Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions. Question 3. A. traditionB. socializeC. memory D. animal Question 4. A. express B. enter C. employ D. reduce Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. Question 5:The wealthy man___by three masked men has been safely rescued. A. be kidnappedB. kidnappingC. kidnappedD. was kidnapped Question 6: I lost the match because I was playing very badly. It was even___than the last game. A. more badly B. badly C. worst D. worse Question 7:They will have suffered from coldness and hunger for 6 hours ___ them on the obtain. A. after we had found B. when we found C. as soon as we had found D. by the time we find Question 8: The children are highly excited___the coming summer holiday. A. with B. aboutC. toD. for Question 9: There's a lot to say about online learning, ___? A. is itB. isn't itC. isn't thereD. is there Question 10: It takes not only___talent, but also___hard work to succeed in a career. A. ∅ - ∅B. ∅ - theC. the - ∅D. an - the Question 11: The Post Office says it hopes the two sides can ___ to an agreement at a branch meeting this evening. A. approachB. comeC. arriveD. reach Question 12: Labor Unions and the company ___ in a confrontation over plans to curb benefits. A. carried away B. faced off C. caught up D. showed up Question 13:Soon after take-off, the hijackers went into the captain’s cabin and told him___them to another destination.
  2. A. flyingB. to flyC. fly D. flown Question 14:The stage design was out of this ___, but unfortunately the acting was not so impressive. A. moon B. planet C. world D. earth Question 15:Since I ___ this English course, my pronunction has been improved a lot. A. will take B. have taken C. took D. take Question 16: Unless we do something now, hundreds of plant and animal species will ___. A. point out B. die out C. cut up D. make up Question 17: A few days ago, Tom's car ___ by one of the teenagers in his neighborhood. A. has been stolenB. was stolenC. was stealingD. is stolen Question 18: Many twelfth-graders find it hard to ___ what university to apply to. A. decisivelyB. decideC. decisionD. decisive Question 19: They offered her the job because she was very ___ on the design front. A. creatively B. creative C. create D. Creation Question 20: Peter is talking to Mary about eating habits. - Peter: “You should eat more fruits and vegetables.” – Mary: “___” A. Yes, I will, Thanks B. No, thanks C. My pleasure D. You’re welcome Question 21. Daisy wants to invite her classmate, Joe, to her birthday party. - Daisy: “Listen, I am having a birthday party next Friday. Do you want to come?” - Joe: “___ What time does it start?” A. Sorry. I’m busy then. B. Sure, I’d love to. C. I can’t agree with you. D. I like a party. Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions. Question 22. Though he prepared quite carefully, Luke was still like a cat on hot tin roof before the speaking test. A. healthyB. embarrassedC. nervousD. comfortable Question 23. The aircraft carrier is indispensable in naval operations against sea or shore based enemies. A. novelB. unnecessaryC. exoticD. vital Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions. Question 24. When you're feeling down, try going for a walk or listening to some upbeat music to boost your mood.
  3. A. spoil B. detect C. improve D. reduce Question 25. Culture has been described as features that are shared and bind people together into a community. A. divide B. unite C. force D. engage Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions. Question 26. It is high time you made up your mind. A. You ought to make up your mind now.B. Making up your mind is unnecessary. C. It is possible to make up your mind. D. You should have made up your mind Question 27. “Could you read this essay and give me your opinion on it?” – He said to his classmate. A. He asked his classmate she could read his essay and gave him her opinion on it. B. He made a request to his classmate that she read his essay and give him her opinion on it. C. He asked his classmate to read the essay and give him opinion on it. D. He invited his classmate to read his essay and give her opinion on it. Question 28. She last checked her Instagram newsfeed two days ago. A. She hasn’t checked her Instagram newsfeed since two days. B. She started checking her Instagram newsfeed two days ago. C. She hasn’t checked her Instagram newsfeed for two days. D. She didn’t check her Instagram newsfeed two days ago. Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions. Question 29. It is unclear which agency will be responsible for cleaning the canal if it will become polluted again in the near future. A. which agencyB. responsible C. will becomeD. polluted Question 30. Parents’ choices for her children’s names are based on names of their relatives or ancestors. A. choices B. her C. are based D. relatives Question 31. Parents who listen attentively and provide support during difficult times give their children valueless aid in coping with pressure. A. attentively B. times C. valueless D. pressure Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions. Question 32. Smoking is unhealthy. It also costs governments billions of dollars in health-care costs. A. Not only is smoking unhealthy but it also costs government billions of dollars in health-care costs.
  4. B. Not until is smoking unhealthy it costs government billions of dollars in health-care costs. C. Should smoking be unhealthy, it will cost government billions of dollars in health-care costs. D. Such unhealthy is moking that it costs government billions of dollars in health-care costs. Question 33. They didn’t have the right visas. They couldn’t legally re-enter Thailand. A. If they had had the right visas, they could have re-entered Thailand legally. B. Had they had the right visas, they couldn’t re-entered Thailand legally. C. Were they to have the right visas, they could re-entered Thailand legally. D. If they had the right visas, they could re-entere Thailand legally. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each the numbered blanks. This article discusses the Roles of ICT, Information communication technologies, in education. ICTs are making dynamic changes in society as well as influencing (34) ___ aspects of life. Even though ICTs play significant roles in representing equalization strategy for developing countries, the reality of the digital divide, which is the gap between those people having access to, and control technology and those people (35) ___ do not make a huge difference in the use of ICTs. This means that the introduction and integration of ICTs at different levels and various types of education is the most challenging undertaking. Failure to (36) ___ the challenges would mean a further widening of the knowledge gap and deepening of existing economic and social inequalities among the developed and the developing countries. (37) ___, the purpose of this review article is to discuss the benefits of ICT use in education, in the enhancement of student learning and experiences of some countries in order to encourage policy makers, school administrators, and teachers to pay (38) ___ so as to integrate this technology in their education systems. (Adapted from ‘The Role of Information communication’ by FissehaMikre.) Question 34. A. everyB. eachC. allD. much Question 35. A. whoseB. whichC. whoD. when Question 36. A. handleB. controlC. takeD. make Question 37. A. On the contraryB. HoweverC. ThereforeD. Yet Question 38. A. roleB. effortC. abilityD. attention Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the answer to each of the question. Nowadays, speed reading has become an essential skill in today environment where people have to master a large volume of information. There are various methods to increase reading speed. The first trick is deciding what information you want first, for example, if you only want a rough outline of an issue, then you can skim the material quickly and extract the key facts. However, if you need to understand every detail in a document, then you must read it slowly enough to understand this. Chunking is another important method. Often, you will probably find that you are fixing eyes on a block of words, then moving your eyes to the next block of words, and so on, sometimes moving back to the previous block if unsure of something. A skilled reader will read a lot of words in each
  5. block for an instant and will then move on without skipping back. This increases the volume of information that can be taken in over a given period of time. The best tip anyone can have to improve their reading speed is to practice. In order to do this effectively, a person must be engaged in the material and want to know more. If you find yourself constantly having to switch to re-read the same paragraph, you may want to switch to reading material that grabs your attention. If you enjoy what you are reading, you will make quicker progress. (Adapted from Complete IELTS band 4-5 by Guy Brook-Hart and Vanessa Jakeman) Question 39. What is the passage mainly about? A. Difficulties in speed reading B. The benefits of speed reading C. Methods to improve reading speed D. Reading as a modern hobby Question 40. The word “it” in paragraph 2 refers to ___. A. informationB. documentC. detailD. issue Question 41. According to paragraph 3, a skilled reader will ___. A. read a lot of words in each block quickly B. re-read the same block several times C. constantly move back to a previous block D. read letter by letter or word by word Question 42. The word “constantly” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to ___. A. occasionallyB. boringlyC. continuouslyD. rarely Question 43. Which of the following is NOT true according to the passage? A. The smaller the amount of information you take in over a period of time, the faster you read. B. If you do not need to understand a material in depth, you can skim it. C. Reading materials that interest you helps you improve more effectively. D. In today's world, as being able to grasp a great amount of information becomes important, it is necessary to improve reading speed. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the answer to each of the question. Every summer, when the results of the university entrance exam come out, many newspaper stories are published about students who are top-scorers across the country. Most portray students as hard-working, studious, smart and, generally, from low-income families. They are often considered heroes or heroines by their families, communes, villages and communities. And they symbolize the efforts made to lift them, and their relatives, out of poverty. The students are often too poor to attend any extra-classes, which makes their achievements more illustrious and more newsworthy. While everyone should applaud the students for their admirable efforts, putting too much emphasis on success generates some difficult questions. If other students look up to them as models, of course, it's great. However, in a way, it contributes to society's attitude that getting into university is the only way to succeed. For those who fail, their lives are over. It should be noted that about 1.3 million high school students take part in the annual
  6. university entrance exams and only about 300,000 of them pass. What's about the hundreds of thousands who fail? Should we demand more stories about those who fail the exam but succeed in life or about those who quit university education at some level and do something else unconventional? "I personally think that it's not about you scoring top in an entrance exam or getting even into Harvard. It's about what you do for the rest of your life," said Tran Nguyen Le Van, 29. He is the founder of a website, vexere.com, that passengers can use to book bus tickets online and receive tickets via SMS. His business also arranges online tickets via mobile phones and email. Van dropped out of his MBA at the Thunderbird School of Global Management in Arizona in the United States. His story has caught the attention of many newspapers and he believes more coverage should be given to the youngsters who can be role models in the start-up community. Getting into university, even with honours, is just the beginning. "We applaud them and their efforts and obviously that can give them the motivation to do better in life. However, success requires more than just scores," Van said. Van once told a newspaper that his inspiration also came from among the world's most famous drop-outs, such as Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook or Bill Gates who also dropped out of Harvard University. Alarming statistics about unemployment continue to plague us. As many as 162,000 people with some kind of degree cannot find work, according to Labour Ministry's statistics this month. An emphasis on getting into university does not inspire students who want to try alternative options. At the same time, the Ministry of Education and Training is still pondering on how to reform our exam system, which emphasises theories, but offers little to develop critical thinking or practice. Vu Thi Phuong Anh, former head of the Centre for Education Testing and Quality Assessment at Viet Nam National University in HCM City said the media should also monitor student successes after graduation. She agreed there were many success stories about young people, but added that it was imbalanced if students taking unconventional paths were not also encouraged. Viet Nam is, more than ever, in desperate need of those who think outside the box. Time for us to recognise talent, no matter where it comes from or how. (Source: Question 44. Which of the following best describes the main idea of this passage? A. Many students consider universities as their only way after school. B. A good model of being successful in the real-life out of school. C. Not many students are successful after graduating from university. D. University is not the only way to success. Question 45. What is NOT mentioned in the passage about the top-scorers in the entrance exam? A. The majority of them are poor but intelligent and eager to learn. B. They are hoped to find a way to better their families’ lives. C. Their success is more glorious because they attend more classes than others. D. The students are admired for their great efforts. Question 46. The word “unconventional” in paragraph 2 could best be replaced by ___. A. common B. unusual C. well-known D. infamous Question 47. According to paragraph 3, the author described Tran Nguyen Le Van as ___.
  7. A. a good example to achieve success although he didn’t finish his education. B. a businessman who gains money by selling mobile phones online. C. a founder whose website was inspired by social networks like Facebook. D. a top-scorer who books online tickets and confirms through messages. Question 48. The word “them” in paragraph 3 refers to ___. A. honoursB. role-modelsC. the youngstersD. newspapers Question 49. The word “plague” in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to ___. A. conflict B. afflictC. remind D. bother Question 50. What can be inferred from the passage? A. It’s high time for the young to change their ways of thinking about success. B. High scores are the first step to attain achievements in the future. C. Failing the entrance exam will not determine that these students are doing unconventional things. D. The most concerning thing for each student is unemployment. THE END