Đề thi thử THPT quốc gia 2022 môn anh cô Mai Phương (đặc biệt)

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Đề thi thử THPT quốc gia 2022 môn anh cô Mai Phương

ĐỀ THI THỬ TỐT NGHIỆP THPT QUỐC GIA 2022

Bài thi: NGOẠI NGỮ;

Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH

Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút; 50 câu trắc nghiệm

GV ra đề: Cô Vũ Thị Mai Phương

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

Question 1. _______ money I earn, the happier I am.

A. The most

B. The more

C. Most of

D. More

Question 2. Their clothes are _______ from ours.

A. differ

B. difference

C. differently

D. different

Question 3. Our new classmate is like a ______ of fresh air; she’s always cheerful and pleasant to talk  with.

A. sound

B. piece

C. breath

D. tune

Question 4. This picture is not really expensive, _______?

A. has it

B. isn’t it

C. is it

D. hasn’t it

Question 5. Don’t walk alone ______ night; it’s dangerous.

A. on

B. in

C. at

D. of

Question 6. _______ to the destination, we decided to take a rest.

A. Have travelled

B. Having travelled

C. Has been travelled

D. Have been travelling

Question 7. ________, she will hold a party to celebrate.

A. When her son passes the exam

B. Once her son passed the exam

C. While her son was passing the exam

D. After her son had passed the exam

Question 8. Ha Long Bay is famous for its beauty, so it attracts thousands of _____ every year.

A. viewers

B. witnesses

C. onlookers

D. sightseers

Question 9. Lan ________ an online lesson via Zoom when her mother called her to open the door.

A. attends

B. was attending

C. has attended

D. is attending

Question 10. Mary is looking for the _______ vase she got as a birthday gift last year.

A. clay nice black

B. black clay nice

C. nice black clay

D. nice clay black

Question 11. The principal’s speech was so long and boring that many students ________.

A. took after

B. set up

C. caught on

D. switched off

Question 12. Some rare animals are on the verge of extinction ________ illegal hunting.

A. because of

B. in spite of

C. even though

D. because

Question 13. Sam often ______ her grandparents a visit every Saturday.

A. lends

B. holds

C. pays

D. sets

Question 14. They ________ to a workshop on recycling last week.

A. invited

B. were invited

C. are inviting

D. have invited

Question 15. Mary _______ her anger and tried to remain calm after hearing the news.

A. ingested

B. consumed

C. absorbed

D. swallowed

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 16. Lucy is talking to Hannah at her birthday party.

- Lucy: “Thank you for your lovely sweater.”

- Hannah: “___________”

A. Thanks for looking for it.

B. Here you are.

C. I’m glad you like it.

D. Same to you.

Question 17. Jennifer and Luke are at the bookstore.

- Jennifer: “How about buying this book for David?”

- Luke: “__________”

A. You’re welcome.

B. Good idea.

C. Never mind.

D. Congratulations!

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 the primary stress in each of the following questions. 

Question 18.

A. listen    B. propose

C. engage     D. expect

Question 19.

A. medicine     B. business

C. acceptance     D. poverty

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 20.

A. mind     B. five

C. bike     D. film

Question 21.

A. changed     B. turned

C. viewed     D. wished

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

Question 22. This event will be a good opportunity to build relationships with potential customers.

A. understand     B. create

C. compare     D. judge

Question 23. The company has shown excellent growth thanks to its talented staff members.

A. development     B. limitation

C. fear     D. comfort

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 24. The article was very confusing, so he had to read it twice to understand what the author  meant.

A. difficult     B. quick

C. clear     D. slow

Question 25. Our neighbour has a heart of gold; she is always willing to help us when we have problems.

A. is friendly     B. is grateful

C. is unkind     D. is boring

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 26. These products have affordable prices. They can have a negative effect on the environment.

A. But for their reasonable prices, these products could have a negative effect on the environment.

B. Inexpensive as these products are, they can have a negative effect on the environment.

C. It is the affordable prices of the products that can have a negative effect on the environment.

D. So negatively do these products affect the environment that their prices are cheap.

Question 27. He wants to go to the concert with his friends. He feels unwell.

A. Unless he feels unwell, he can go to the concert with his friends.

B. If only he hadn’t felt unwell, he could have gone to the concert with his friends.

C. Provided that he feels unwell, he can’t go to the concert with his friends.

D. He wishes he felt better so that he could go to the concert with his friends.

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. Nam has been reading this book for three months.

A. Nam has three months to read this book.

B. Nam last read this book three months ago.

C. Nam began reading this book three months ago.

D. Nam didn’t read this book three months ago.

Question 29. “I forgot to close the window last night,” Martin said.

A. Martin said that he would forget to close the window the night before.

B. Martin said that he had forgotten to close the window the night before.

C. Martin said that he was forgetting to close the window the night before.

D. Martin said that he has forgotten to close the window the night before.

Question 30. Passengers are permitted to bring their personal items onboard.

A. Passengers shouldn’t bring their personal items onboard.

B. Passengers would bring their personal items onboard.

C. Passengers mustn’t bring their personal items onboard.

D. Passengers can bring their personal items onboard.

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 31. Two students were chosen for the project because of his excellent knowledge of art.

A. were

B. for

C. his

D. knowledge

Question 32. She has made a lot of foreign friends during her last summer holiday in Paris.

A. has made

B. foreign

C. during

D. in

Question 33. Parents expressed their considerable concerns when the school was negligible in allowing the children to go inside the dark and cold cave.

A. expressed

B. considerable

C. negligible

D. cold

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to choose the word  or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 34 to 38. 

MOBILE PHONES AND LEARNING

Mobile phones are everywhere these days. We all take our smartphones for granted, and this is  especially true for teenagers. But what about using phones at school? (34) ______ teachers would prefer  it if students left their phones at home. (35) ______, most students would rather not do this, and they use  them when the teacher isn’t looking. What if schools relaxed their rules and allowed students to use mobile  phones productively in class? For example, the phone’s calendar function can be used to keep (36) ______ of homework and the camera to take pictures of notes on the board. Mobile phones give students access  to tools and apps that can help them develop time management and organization skills.

Nevertheless, concerns have been voiced about classroom discipline, cyber-bullying and cheating, (37)  ______ have become a troublesome part of school life. These issues are clear evidence that schools had  better teach students how to use technology (38) ______. So, teachers who decide to use mobile phones  as part of their classes need to keep an eye on how they are being used. After all, they can only be good  classroom tools if used appropriately.

(Adapted from Oxford Exam Trainer by Helen Weale) 

Question 34.

A. Every     B. Another

C. Many     D. Much

Question 35.

A. Therefore     B. Besides

C. Furthermore     D. However

Question 36.

A. road     B. track

C. path     D. rail

Question 37.

A. that     B. which

C. when     D. who

Question 38.

A. deliberately     B. possibly

C. accidentally     D. responsibly

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 39 to 42. 

Before you go to an interview, think about your appearance. When you make your choice of clothes,  avoid anything too casual but don’t go to the other extreme of wearing items that are so formal you feel  uncomfortable in them.

Make sure you know the exact location of the building where the interview will take place. There’s  nothing worse than desperately trying to find the right place as the time for it to begin rapidly approaches.  Once you reach the firm’s offices, remember that the interview starts there. You never know who you  might meet in lifts, corridors or waiting rooms, so try to make a good impression on everyone.

When you go into the interview room, show you have confidence in yourself, and strike an  appropriate balance between formality and friendliness. Bear in mind that people tend to make a  judgement about someone they have met within a few minutes.

(Adapted from First Trainer by Peter May) 

Question 39. What is the passage mainly about?

A. Things you should do after an interview

B. Some advice on preparing for an interview

C. Things you shouldn’t do during an interview

D. Some useful tips on how to send your CV

Question 40. The word them in paragraph 1 refers to ______.

A. choices

B. buildings

C. items

D. interviews

Question 41. According to paragraph 2, it’s a good idea for you to ______.

A. ask for directions

B. be on time

C. create a good impression on others

D. use lifts or corridors to the interview room

Question 42. The word appropriate in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to _______.

A. terrible

B. strange

C. strong

D. suitable

Question 43. As stated in paragraph 3, when you are in the interview room, you should ______.

A. show all your emotions

B. judge other people in the same room

C. be friendly to everyone all the time

D. express your confidence

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 44 to 50. 

Wagner Iworrigan, a seventeen-year-old high school senior on St. Lawrence Island in Alaska, knows  a lot about biology, meteorology and maths. On a recent unseasonably warm day last autumn, he missed  class to join his uncle on their boat. Wagner might make a good scientist, but he’s not planning on going  to college. He feels a responsibility for his siblings - his mother died and his father lives in another village  - and college is ‘so far from home’. He’s also unclear about what he would do with a degree.

Many St. Lawrence students say they want to go to college but half of them drop out of high school,  and only two per cent graduate from college. The benefits of a degree are not obvious for people living  on this remote island. Families have a subsistence lifestyle, hunting walruses, seals and whales in the  spring, and gathering berries in the summer. The largest employer is the school system; otherwise, there  are only a handful of jobs in fishing, oil and the airlines that connect the island to the mainland. There  isn’t much demand for anything else and more than a quarter of adults are unemployed.

Many people feel that the educational programs are too stifling, not allowing students to go beyond  the curriculum, with little connection to the real world. ‘We want our children to achieve academically,  but we need to be able to design programs that deal with the challenges they face day-to-day,’ said one  teacher. Those challenges are profound with no easy solutions. Families also worry that sending children  away to study in Higher Education could endanger the language and culture. Already, the younger  generation is losing its fluency and grasp of skills like sewing, walrus-ivory carving and fish-cutting.  Respect for the old ways and knowledge of traditions are disappearing. Can the community send more  students to university without sacrificing its desire to preserve Native culture and language?

Unsurprisingly, locals are protective of their independence and their heritage. They recognize the value  of ‘education’, but feel that the definition is too narrow. ‘I think about when my grandmother taught me  to cut fish, remembers one resident. ‘It wasn't do it once and I'll give you a grade. It was hours of practice  until you get it right …’

(Adapted from Insight by Jayne Wildman and Fiona Beddall) 

Question 44. Which best serves as the title for the passage?

A. Education at School in Times of Change

B. What’s the Point of Going to College?

C. Growing Interests in Education at School

D. Dropping out of School – a Prevalent Trend

Question 45. The word unclear in paragraph 1 can be best replaced by _______.

A. disloyal

B. uninterested

C. disappointed

D. uncertain

Question 46. According to paragraph 1, Wagner isn’t going to college because ______.

A. he is busy going fishing with a relative

B. he’s already good at science subjects

C. he has to look after his brothers and sisters

D. he doesn’t mind living without a degree

Question 47. The word them in paragraph 2 refers to _______.

A. people

B. benefits

C. students

D. families

Question 48. The word endanger in paragraph 3 mostly means ________.

A. prevent

B. harm

C. create

D. compete

Question 49. Which of the following is NOT true, according to the passage?

A. People on the island are aware of the advantages of having a college degree.

B. Young people on St. Lawrence Island are losing the skills to do traditional jobs.

C. Local people are worried about youngsters forgetting their traditions.

D. People on St. Lawrence Island find it quite hard to get a job.

Question 50. Which of the following can be inferred from the passage?

A. The Native culture and language will certainly go extinct at one time in the future.

B. Everyone on St. Lawrence Island is doubtful of the idea of higher education.

C. There is a need for the school curriculum to be relevant to children’s daily life.

D. The idea of education is comparable to schooling in many surprising ways.

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