Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia 2022 môn Anh Chuyên Nguyễn Trãi lần 3

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Đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia 2022 môn Anh Chuyên Nguyễn Trãi lần 3

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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. rough

B. touchy

C. southern

D. coup

Question 2:

A. hoped

B. packed

C. added

D. passed

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. decent

B. maintain

C. secure

D. confide

Question 4:

A. company

B. remember

C. government

D. memory

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

Question 5: Neither the mathematics department nor the biology department at State University (A) requires that the students (B) must write a thesis in order (C) to graduate with a (D) master’s degree.

Question 6: The library (A) at the university is new and (B) has taken (C) her name from the wife of (D) the first president of the university.

Question 7: When (A) searching for the (B) buried treasure, we noticed a strange (C) inhumane sound (D) coming from a distant place, warning about an animal lurking somewhere.

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

Question 8: WHO is providing countries _________ support and guidance for both readiness and response to reduce COVID-19 circulation.

A. for

B. with

C. by

D. of

Question 9: My parents told me that I _____all through the night for months when I was a baby.

A. would cry

B. had been crying

C. was crying

D. had cried

Question 10: As soon as the war _______ over, there will be great joy throughout the land.

A. are

B. will be

C. is

D. would be

Question 11: The more you talk about the situation, _______.

A. the worse it seems

B. it seems the worse

C. the worse does it seem

D. it seems worse

Question 12:Tom was still keen on his goal _______ the fact that it was very hard to achieve.

A. because

B. in spite

C. although

D. despite

Question 13: I don’t want to sound like I’m _______ the law, but if you don’t keep the noise down, you’ll have to leave.

A. putting in

B. laying down

C. passing over

D. giving over

Question 14: The Games really became a festival that impressed sports _______.

A. enthusiasm

B. enthuse

C. enthusiasts

D. enthusiastic

Question 15: The brother and sister were ______ over who would get to inherit the beach house.

A. at a loose end

B. at odds

C. at a standstill

D. at large

Question 16: Steve Jobs might hardly imagine that only a year later the company _______ impressive victory with Apple II, one of the first highly successful mass-produced personal computers.

A. attained

B. tasted

C. saw

D. achieved

Question 17: I ______  along the street when I suddenly felt something hit me in the back.

A. walked

B. am walking

C. was walking

D. have been walking

Question 18: Our _______ robot works quite well, which makes his wife satisfied.

A. modern mopping expensive

B. modern expensive mopping

C. mopping expensive modern

D. expensive modern mopping

Question 19: _______ one of the most beautiful forms of performance art, ballet is a combination of dance and mime performed to music.

A. Being considering

B. Considered

C. Considering

D. To consider

Question 20: I need to get another pair of shoes, _______?

A. don’t I

B. don’t I need

C. need I

D. needn’t I

Question 21: _______ and hard, ivory may be carved with great delicacy into intricate patterns

A. Because of its density

B. Its density

C. May be dense

D. Because it is dense

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges

Question 22: “Do you want me to help you with those suitcases?" – "________”.

A. Of course, not for me.

B. No, I can help you now.

C. No, those aren't mine.

D. No, I can manage them myself.

Question 23: John is helping Mary to prepare for her coming presentation.

John: “Don’t you need this note for your presentation?” Mary: - "_______.”

A. Thanks, I almost forgot about it.

B. Actually, there was nobody present.

C. No, I didn’t take notes during the speech.

D. You can say that again.

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

Question 24: It was a miracle that the three-month-old baby lived through the earthquake.

A. lasted

B. survived

C. withstood

D. remained

Question 25: Those animals are susceptible to cold weather. Let's make them warm.

A. vulnerable

B. incredible

C. inaccessible

D. inevitable

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

Question 26: I assure you that this car is as sound as a bell, even though it is second-hand.

A. not really cheap

B. used for a long time

C. in terrible condition

D. completely outdated

Question 27: Though built almost five hundred years ago, the church remained practically intact.

A.in perfection

B. in completion

C. in chaos

D. in ruins

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

Question 28: I'm sure Hoa will be very happy if she passes the final exam with high marks.

A. Hoa must have been very happy if she passes the final exam with high marks.

B.Hoa must be very happy if she passes the final exam with high marks.

C.Hoa may be very happy if she passes the final exam with high marks.

D.Hoa could be happy if she passes the final exam with high marks.

Question 29: “Are you waiting for your exam result?” she said.

A. She asked me if I was waiting for my exam result.

B.She asked me was I waiting for my exam result.

C.She asked me whether was I waiting for the exam result.

D.She asked me whether I was waiting for your exam.

Question 30: She last checked her Instagram newsfeed two days ago.

A. She hasn't checked her Instagram newsfeed for two days.

B.She started checking her Instagram newsfeed two days ago.

C.She didn't check her Instagram newsfeed two days ago.

D.She has checked her Instagram newsfeed for two days.

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

Question 31: They found the weather inconvenient. They chose to stay in a hotel for the night.

A. In spite of the inconvenient weather, they chose to stay in a hotel for the night.

B.They found the weather inconvenient, yet they chose to stay in a hotel for the night.

C.Seeing that the weather was inconvenient, they chose to stay in a hotel for the night.

D.They found the weather inconvenient so as not to choose to stay in a hotel for the night.

Question 32: We don't have to wash the dishes any more. We have just bought a new dishwasher.

A. It is not necessary for us to wash the dishes, even when we have bought a new dishwasher.

B.No longer do we have to wash the dishes because we have just bought a new dishwasher.

C.The new dishwasher we have just bought needs doing the washing-up.

D.With the help of the new dishwasher, we won't have to do the washing-up very often.

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 33 to 37.

When you think of Disney, the first thing that (33) _______ to mind may be Mickey Mouse or perhaps Minnie Mouse. (34)_______, there is another significant character that is sometimes not as well remembered: Donald Duck. But where did his character come from?

The concept for the character of Donald Duck was created by Walt Disney, after hearing Clarence Nash (a voice actor) recite songs in what he called his "duck voice", which (35) ______ an angry tone. Disney, (36) _______ had been considering creating a character that was more negative than Mickey Mouse, drew inspiration from Clarence's special voice and this is where the concept of Donald Duck originated.

By 1940, just 6 years after he first came to the screens, Donald Duck had more cartoon episodes than Mickey Mouse. He also went on to star in seven (37) ______ films, which is more than any of his Disney counterparts.

Question 33:

A. hops

B. jumps

C. springs

D. leaps

Question 34:

A. However

B. Therefore

C. For instance

D. Likewise

Question 35:

A. transmitted

B. carried

C. contained

D. displayed

Question 36:

A. that

B. which

C. whom

D. who

Question 37:

A. feature

B. found footage

C. fantasy

D. chick flick

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 38 to 42.

Transport makes up a quarter of the world's carbon emissions, with buses producing an average of 822 grams of carbon dioxide per kilometre. This is one of the leading factors inspiring the innovation of electric transport and the rise of the electric bus, or e-bus.

Electric buses can charge throughout their journey with stations at every bus stop, enabling automatic charging whenever the buses pick up or unload passengers. Named 'Opportunity Charging' due to the ebus's ability to charge whenever it is near a station, this method is more energy-efficient and costeffective, removing the need for individual buses to leave their routes to refuel at petrol stations.

Generating the required energy through battery charging at stations is obviously much better for the planet, but what about the people who will occupy the seats inside? These buses do not only benefit to the environment, but they can also make your commute a more pleasant experience, as the e-bus makes far less noise and provides a much smoother journey than older, petrol-fuelled buses with no engine vibration.

The potential for bus routes could also be much greater. A silent electric vehicle opens up possibilities for new bus stop locations. Soon you may not have to step outside a shopping centre to catch the bus, as the smooth and quiet rides could stop indoors with minimal commotion.

Question 38: What is the passage mainly about?

A. The environmental effects of electric buses.

B.How quiet buses will benefit passengers.

C.Why electric buses is cost-effective.

D.The advantages of electric buses.

Question 39: “Opportunity Charging" means that___________.

A.buses charge wherever and whenever they stop

B.buses have the ability to charge at every station

C.buses go to petrol stations without leaving routes

D.drivers charge buses when picking up passengers

Question 40: The word "they" in paragraph 3 refers to __________.

A. stations

B. people

C. seats

D. buses

Question 41: The word "commotion" in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to _________.

A.argument

B. confusion

C. disturbance

D. hesitation

Question 42: Which of the following is TRUE, according to the passage?

A. Buses produce a quarter of the world's carbon emissions.

B."Opportunity Charging" is costly but extremely efficient.

C.Unlike that of petrol buses, e-buses' engines do not vibrate.

D.Quiet e-buses have been allowed to stop at indoor locations.

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 43 to 50.

There once was a time when parents had rules about our children's screen time. Then the coronavirus pandemic suddenly struck, and these regulations were quickly ignored as children stay at home full-time and are absorbed in watching YouTube videos on their iPads and smartphones. However, many experts think parents should not be upset about this at all.

Even before the pandemic, a great number of media researchers were already challenging the idea that spending too much time on screen-based technology harms children the most, arguing that the negative content that children are exposed to have far bigger impacts. A study conducted last year which looked at tech use data from more than 17,000 teens in the US, UK and Ireland found that total daily screen time had little measurable effect on teens' mental health. Another study in which data from more than 35,000 US children was examined even showed that children who spent one to two hours a day with technology showed higher levels of wellbeing that those who had no access at all.

Cori Cross, a paediatrician in Los Angeles, said she had readjusted her family's screen time rules lately, lifting a ban on tech in the bedrooms so that her three children can comfortably do schoolwork and relax when they want to and when she needs some quiet so as to work without being disturbed. However, children still need physical activity, outdoor time, and connection with family, she says, along with healthy sleep and diet. Taking this into account, some of the family's pre-quarantine tech rules still apply: devices stay outside the bedroom when it's time to sleep, for example. Additionally, she always makes sure that there are hours in the day when her children turn them off and find other ways to amuse themselves.

Jenny Radesky, an assistant professor of paediatrics, has been constantly asked in recent weeks what the "right" amount of screen time is in lockdown. And according to her, there is no single correct answer, considering the variety of factors like a child's age, a family's needs, and the mix of other activities the child has access to in a given day. Radesky also thinks that if there's any tech-related skill parents should teach their children now to help life return to normal after the pandemic, she says, it's the ability to selfregulate their tech use, which in a child's case means the ability to turn off a device willingly.

Eventually, schools, parks and libraries will reopen, and families will be able to return to rules that make most sense for them. “When we get to the other end of this, you and your children will hopefully look back and say, 'we came together and figured it ouť,” Radesky says.

Question 43: Which best serves as the title for the passage?

A.How Parents Should Rethink Screen Time Rules For Kids As Covid-19 Lockdowns Continue

B.Trying To Set COVID-19 Screen Time Rules For Your Child? Let The Expert Show You How

C. A Step-By-Step Guide To Establishing Ideal Screen Time Rules For Children Amid Covid

D. Why Is It Hard To Find The Right Amount Of Screen Time For Kids During COVID-19 Times

Question 44: The word "challenging" in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to ______________.

A.defying

B. provoking

C. questioning

D. combating

Question 45: According to paragraph 2, it is claimed by many media researchers that_________.

A. screen-based technology is only harmful to a small number of children.

B.children are harmed by exposure to content, but only to a slight degree.

C.spending too much time on screen-based technology does not harm children in any way.

D.excessive use of screen-based technology is not the factor that harms children the most.

Question 46: What change did Cori Cross make to screen time rules in her family?

A. she only bans technology in bedrooms when she needs some quiet to work.

B.she allows her children to use devices but only when they have schoolwork.

C.she does not allow devices inside the bedrooms when it is time to sleep.

D.she permits her children to freely use devices in their bedrooms to relax.

Question 47: The word "them" in paragraph 3 refers to ___________.

A. devices

B. rules

C. hours

D. children

Question 48: The word "willingly" in paragraph 4 can be best replaced by _____________.

A. spontaneously

B. voluntarily

C. enthusiastically

D. decisively

Question 49: According to Jenny Radesky, the right amount of children's screen time in lockdown depends on the following factors, EXCEPT ______.

A. a child's age

B. a family's needs

C.  a child's activities

D. a child's self-discipline

Question 50: Which of the following is TRUE, according to the passage?

A.Very few parents become upset when their children ignore screen time regulations.

B.Jenny Radesky believes there is an ideal amount of screen time but it is very hard to find.

C.A study indicated that moderate screen time may actually benefit children's health.

D.New screen time rules will most likely not change when life eventually returns to normal.

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