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  1. ĐỀ THI THỬ TỐT NGHIỆP THPT NĂM 2021 ĐỀ SỐ 24 Bài thi: NGOẠI NGỮ; Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH (Đề thi có 06 trang) Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề Question 1: A. approached B. washed C. noticed D. supported Question 2: A. cheat B. great C. meat D. heat Question 3: A. college B. upset C. mature D. support Question 4: A. decorate B. privacy C. collection D. modify Question 5: Friends and relatives came to ___ their last respects to Mr Clarke. A. pack B. pay C. give D. send Question 6: The business ___ better than expected and profits were slightly up. A. found for B. found out C. made for D. made out Question 7: We are aiming our campaign ___ at young people. A. specify B. specification C. specific D. specifically Question 8: ___ the former champion in three sets, Nam won the inter-school table tennis championship. A. Being defeated B. Having defeated C. Defeated D. To defeat Question 9: Make sure your hands are clean ___. A. after you had your dinner B. though you will have your dinner C. before you have your dinner D. unless you was having your dinner Question 10: I have the greatest respect for his ideas ___ I don't agree with them. A. in spite of B. although C. because of D. because Question 11: My father ___as a journalist since he graduated from the university. A. has worked B. was working C. works D. will work Question 12: It is an ___ woman whom I met at the supermarket. A. intelligent English young B. English young intelligent C. young intelligent English D. intelligent young English Question 13: The more she eats, ___ she becomes. A. the fattest B. fattest C. the fatter D. fatter Question 14: Those seats are reserved for senior members ___ the club. A. of B. over C. by D. from Question 15: The gallery doesn’t have any excellent collection of modern art, ___? A. is it B. wasn’t it C. does it D. didn’t it Question 16: This newspaper ___ every day. It’s a daily newspaper. A. publishing B. is publishing C. is published D. published Question 17: She has an intimate ___ of Tuscany, where she has lived for 20 years. A. service B. economy C. knowledge D. reputation Question 18: The losing team went off with their tails between their ___. A. legs B. hands C. teeth D. fingers Question 19: Computer literacy is now as essential as the ___ to drive a car. A. amount B. repair C. ownership D. ability Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in Question 20: It's the good weather that makes Spain such a popular tourist destination. A. nervous B. sudden C. massive D. favourite
  2. Question 21: The postwar vogue for tearing down buildings virtually destroyed the city's architecture. A. means B. fashion C. trend D. media Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in Question 22: In 1918, the Spanish flu infected one in five people globally. A. locally B. happily C. usefully D. truthfully Question 23: I'm looking for something a little more out of the ordinary. A. different B. popular C. similar D. foreign Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the option that best completes Question 24: Linh is inviting Loan to her company’s party. Linh: “Will you come to my company’s year end party tomorrow?” Loan: “___” A. Yes, I promise you. B. No, I don’t know. C. Welcome. D. Tomorrow’s too early. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 26 to 30. Violence against children takes many forms. It can be physical, emotional or sexual. It happens in all countries and any setting – in a child's home, community, school and online. In (26) ___ parts of the world, violent discipline is socially accepted and common. And for many girls and boys, violence comes at the hands of the people they trust – their parents or caregivers, teachers, peers and neighbours. (27) ___ the most devastating types of violence are often hidden from public view. Perpetrators go to great lengths to conceal their acts, leaving children – especially those (28) ___ lack the capacity to report or even understand their experience – vulnerable to further exposure. Violence affects all children. But children living with disabilities or HIV and AIDS, those suffering extreme (29) ___ , girls and boys in institutional care, and children separated from their families or on the move – as migrants, refugees or asylum seekers – face the greatest risk. Sexual orientation, gender identity and belonging to a marginalized social or ethnic group also (30) ___ a child’s chance of suffering violence. Question 26: A. some B. another C. many D. much Question 27: A. Until B. Since C. But D. Although Question 28: A. which B. whom C. why D. who Question 29: A. question B. poverty C. training D. business Question 30: A. heightens B. hesitates C. persuades D. happens Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate Depression and anxiety while abroad are more common than people like to admit. It’s hard to complain when you’ve spent the whole day lounging in the European countryside and get to go home to your castle- view new apartment, but for people with depression or anxiety, even the most amazing things can be drowned out by emotion. It’s easy for people who are battling this type of disorder to feel guilty, spoiled, or even confused for being down even when they’re “living the high life” abroad, so they keep their feelings to themselves and hide the problem, potentially ruining their time abroad. Chances are, if you think you’re developing depression or anxiety while abroad, you’ve probably been feeling some of these things for a long time, but nothing has made them surface quite like going abroad does. It’s crucial to deal with the problem as you first begin to notice it and take self-care seriously while abroad, as they aren’t feelings that are going to be magically fixed. Illnesses like depression and anxiety are different for everyone, but ultimately you will need to take similar steps to make it more bearable while abroad. Start by talking to your family back home, program
  3. director, or school guidance counsellor and have them help you speak with your host family, find a suitable doctor and/or therapist while abroad, and work through any international treatment or insurance issues. You are not the first person to go abroad with baggage, and there are people available and programs set up to help those who need it. Question 31: What could be the best title for the passage? A. The Culture Shock Stages B. Final Tips for Handling the Culture Shock C. Months of Ups and Downs Abroad D. Recognizing Depression and Anxiety Question 32: The word “who” in paragraph 1 refers to ___. A. amazing things B. emotion C. people D. disorder Question 33: According to paragraph 1, those who are battling disorder may have their time abroad ruined because they ___.A. never feel guilty, spoiled, or even confused B. keep their feelings to themselves and hide the problem C. spend too much time lounging in the European countryside D. are living the high life abroad Question 34: The word “bearable” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to ___. A. acceptable B. suitable C. reasonable D. inevitable Question 35: According to the passage, which of the following is NOT mentioned as a step to make depression and anxiety more bearable abroad? A. Going abroad without any baggage B. Talking to the family back home C. Speaking with the host family D. Finding a suitable doctor and/or therapist Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate Panama, country of Central America located on the Isthmus of Panama, the narrow bridge of land that connects North and South America. Embracing the isthmus and more than 1,600 islands off its Atlantic and Pacific coasts, the tropical nation is renowned as the site of the Panama Canal, which cuts through its midsection. It is equally well known for its natural beauty, for its diverse plant and animal life, including hundreds of bird and tree species, and for its vibrant music and culture. The home of several Native American peoples, such as the Guaymí, Kuna, and Chocó, Panama became the first Spanish colony on the Pacific. Celebrated as “the door to the seas and key to the universe,” it served in the 1530s as the staging point for the Spanish conquest of the Inca empire, and until the 19th century it was a transhipment point for gold and silver destined for Spain. With the independence of Colombia, which once controlled Panama, from Spain, Panama came to serve as another staging point, this time for oceangoing migrants to the gold fields of California. Since 1914 the 51-mile-long Panama Canal, which connects the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, has afforded a long-sought shortcut for shipping and assures the country’s standing as one of the most strategic transportation hubs of the world. The canal also secures Panama’s ongoing role in international affairs and world commerce. The United States relinquished jurisdiction of the Panama Canal on December 31, 1999, marking an unprecedented shift in Panamanian society. For the first time in nearly a century as an independent nation, Panama controlled the entirety of its national territory. Panama enjoys a lively mix of cultural influences, expressed in the country’s cuisine, artwork, music, and literature. Its capital, Panama City, is located on the Pacific coast just east of the canal. A cosmopolitan city where skyscrapers tower above whitewashed bungalows, it enjoys a handsome setting and a growing importance as a commercial and financial services centre for the region. However, its economic progress has been hampered periodically by environmental problems and political turmoil. Question 36: Which best serves as the title for the passage? A. Central America B. Facts on Panama
  4. C. Native American peoples in Panama D. a lively mix of cultural influences of Panama Question 37: The word “vibrant” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to ___. A. exciting B. clumsy C. steady D. dynamic Question 38: In paragraph 2, Panama functioned in the 1530s as the staging point for ___. A. the Spanish to conquest the Inca empire B. gold and silver destined for Spain C. Colombia to achieve its independence D. Panama to control Spain Question 39: The word “it” in paragraph 2 refers to ___. A. colony B. Inca empire C. Panama D. transhipment point Question 40: The word “affairs” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to ___. A. services B. courses C. objects D. events Question 41: Which of the following is NOT true, according to the passage? A. The Isthmus of Panama connects North and South America. B. Panama became the first Portugese colony on the Pacific. C. The United States renounced jurisdiction of the Panama Canal in 1999. D. Panama City is located on the Pacific coast. Question 42: Which of the following can be inferred from paragraph 4? A. There is no cultural mix in Panama. B. Panama is such a small country that it has no capital name. C. Panama is a beautiful and important country in the region with its own problems. D. All skyscrapers in Panam are whitewashed. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs Question 43: We have a very happy party at Tom’s house last weekend. A. have B. very C. party D. Tom’s Question 44: Everyone has its own ideas about the best way to bring up children. A. its B. about C. way D. children Question 45: How long does it take for the planet Jupiter to make a complete evolution around the sun?A. How long B. for C. to make D. evolution Question 46: She last travelled by bus many years ago. A. She has travelled by bus for many years. B. She travelled by bus for many years. C. She hasn’t travelled by bus for many years. D. She didn’t travel by bus many years ago. Question 47: “If I were you, I would take a break,” Tom said to Daisy. A. Tom informed Daisy to take a break. B. Tom advised Daisy to take a break. C. Tom warned Daisy to take a break. D. Tom apologized to Daisy for taking a break. Question 48: Perhaps he will finish all his work tonight. A. He must finish all his work tonight. B. He shouldn’t finish all his work tonight. C. He needn’t finish all his work tonight. D. He may finish all his work tonight. Question 49: I have to do my homework. I can’t go out with my friends. A. As long as I don’t have to do my homework, I will be able to go out with my friends. B. If I don’t have to do my homework, I can go out with my friends. C. I wish I didn’t have to do my homework and could go out with friends. D. If only I hadn’t had to do my homework and could have gone out with my friends. Question 50: The man was presumed innocent. He was then proven guilty. A. Not until the man had been presumed innocent was he proven guilty. B. Had the man been proven guilty, he wouldn’t be presumed innocent. C. Only after the man was proven guilty was he presumed innocent. D. Having been proven guilty, the man was presumed innocent.