Đề luyện thi tốt nghiệp THPT môn tiếng Anh 2021 đề số 2

Đề luyện thi tốt nghiệp THPT môn Anh đề số 2 (có đáp án) nằm trong bộ đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia 2021 được biên soạn bám sát theo đề thi minh họa.

Câu 1.


B. hates



Câu 2.

A. nation

B. national

C. nationality

D. nationally

Câu 3.

A. dismiss

B. destroy

C. discount

D. district

Câu 4.

A. solidarity

B. effectively

C. documentary

D. dedication

Câu 9. Don’t forget to ring me up if _______ any changes in the timetable.

A. they are

B. it will be

C. there will be

D. there are

Câu 12. He joined the army _______ from university.

A. after he had graduated

B. while he was graduating

C. since he graduated

D. before he graduated

Câu 13. We should participate in Tree-Planting Campaigns _______ our city greener, fresher.

A. organizing to make

B. organized making

C. organized to make

D. which organize to make

Câu 15. Jim’s _______ flu again. That’s the third time this year.

A. put up with

B. gone down with

C. led up to

D. come up with

Câu 23. We have to work against the clock so as to meet the deadline of the clients tomorrow.

A. work in a haste

B. work slowly

C. work as fast as possible

D. work strenuously

Câu 24. Claudia is being interviewed by the manager of the company she's applied for.
- Manager: “_______.”

- Claudia: "I work hard and I enjoy working with other people."

A. Can you do jobs on your own?

B. Would you describe yourself as ambitious?

C. What are some of your main strengths?

D. Why have you applied for this position?

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.

Sir Isaac Newton, the English scientist and mathematician, was one of the most important figures of the 17th century scientific revolution. One of his greatest achievement was the (26) _______ of the three laws of motion, which are still used today. But he also had a very unusual personality. Some people would say he was actually insane.
His father died before he was born, and his mother soon remarried. The young Isaac hated his stepfather so much that he once (27) _______ to burn his house down - when his stepfather and mother were still inside! Fortunately he did not, and he went on to graduate from Cambridge without being thrown into prison.
Isaac's first published work was a theory of light and color. When another scientist wrote a paper criticizing this theory, Isaac flew into an uncontrollable rage. The scientist responsible for the criticism was a man called Robert Hooke. He was head of the Royal Society, and one of the most respected scientists in the country. (28) _______, this made no difference to Isaac, (29) _______ refused to speak to him for over a year.
The simple fact was that Isaac found it impossible to have a calm discussion with anyone. As soon as someone said something that he disagreed with, he would lose his temper. For this reason he lived a large part of his life isolated from (30) _______ scientists. It is unlikely that many of them complained.

(Source: https://www.biography.com/scientist/isaac-newton)

Câu 26.

A. discovery

B. research

C. findings

D. inventions

Câu 27.

A. shouted

B. frightened

C. threatened

D. warned

Câu 28.

A. Although

B. However

C. Despite

D. What is more

Câu 29.

A. who

B.  that

C. which

D. whom

Câu 30.

A. others

B. the others

C. another

D. other

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the answer to each of the question.

Social workers are often the first people met by a person in need of human services. Social workers spend part of their day in an office setting or group residence and the rest of it going to people's homes.
Children welfare workers help children and teens in abusive situations. They investigate and report instances of neglect or abuse and take action if necessary to place children in foster homes.
Medical social workers help patients and their families when diseases such as AIDS or Alzheimer's cause suffering. They help a patient and his family to adjust to the new situation.
School social workers work within school systems to help children who have emotional problems. These students are often put into special education classrooms simply because they can’t control their behaviors. A school social worker works with the family of such a student to try to integrate him or her back into the general school population.
Industrial or occupational social workers work within a personnel department of a business to help employees cope with job pressures or personal problems that affect the quality of their work.
Gerontology social workers run support groups for the elderly. They also advise the elderly and their family members on the subjects of long-term housing and health care.
A bachelor's degree, and often a master's degree, is the minimum requirement for a professional position in social work. However, small agencies may accept some community college courses in psychology or sociology. In such places, you may find a position available as a record keeper or an aide to one of the social workers on the staff. Salaries usually start at $18,000.

(Adapted from Basic IELTS reading by Zhang Juan)

Câu 31. What is the passage mainly about?

A. Different types of social workers

B. Roles of social workers in society

C. Responsibilities of a social worker

D. How to become a social worker

Câu 33. The word “they” in paragraph 4 refers to _______.

A. children

B. special education classrooms

C. school social workers

D. these students

Câu 34. Which of the following social workers deal with children’s emotional troubles?

A. gerontology social workers

B. children welfare workers

C. school social workers

D. medical social workers

Câu 35. To become a professional social worker in big agencies, one needs at least _______.

A. a community college course in sociology

B. a bachelor degree

C. a community college course in psychology

D. a master’s degree

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the answer to each of the question.

The Trump campaign ran on bringing jobs back to American shores, although mechanization has been the biggest reason for manufacturing jobs’ disappearance. Similar losses have led to populist movements in several other countries. But instead of a pro-job growth future, economists across the board predict further losses as AI, robotics, and other technologies continue to be ushered in. What is up for debate is how quickly this is likely to occur.
Now, an expert at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania is ringing the alarm bells. According to Art Bilger, venture capitalist and board member at the business school, all the developed nations on earth will see job loss rates of up to 47% within the next 25 years, according to a recent Oxford study. “No government is prepared,” The Economist reports. These include blue and white collar jobs. So far, the loss has been restricted to the blue collar variety, particularly in manufacturing.
To combat “structural unemployment” and the terrible blow, it is bound to deal the American people, Bilger has formed a nonprofit called Working Nation, whose mission it is to warn the public and to help make plans to safeguard them from this worrisome trend. Not only is the entire concept of employment about to change in a dramatic fashion, the trend is irreversible. The venture capitalist called on corporations, academia, government, and nonprofits to cooperate in modernizing our workforce.
To be clear, mechanization has always cost us jobs. The mechanical loom, for instance, put weavers out of business. But it also created jobs. Mechanics had to keep the machines going, machinists had to make parts for them, and workers had to attend to them, and so on. A lot of times those in one profession could pivot to another. At the beginning of the 20th century, for instance, automobiles were putting blacksmiths out of business. Who needed horseshoes anymore? But they soon became mechanics. And who was better suited?
Not so with this new trend. Unemployment today is significant in most developed nations and it’s only going to get worse. By 2034, just a few decades, mid-level jobs will be by and large obsolete. So far the benefits have only gone to the ultra-wealthy, the top 1%. This coming technological revolution is set to wipe out what looks to be the entire middle class. Not only will computers be able to perform tasks more cheaply than people, they’ll be more efficient too.
Accountants, doctors, lawyers, teachers, bureaucrats, and financial analysts beware: your jobs are not safe. According to The Economist, computers will be able to analyze and compare reams of data to make financial decisions or medical ones. There will be less of a chance of fraud or misdiagnosis, and the process will be more efficient. Not only are these folks in trouble, such a trend is likely to freeze salaries for those who remain employed, while income gaps only increase in size. You can imagine what this will do to politics and social stability.

Source: https://bigthink.com/)

Câu 36. Which of the following could be the main idea of the passage?

A. Many jobs will disappear in the future.

B. AI will replace the workers’ positions in almost jobs.

C. Manufacturing jobs are predicted to be the first ones to disappear.

D. Changing jobs is not a new trend in the future.

Câu 38. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true about jobs in the future?

A. AI, robots and technologies continuously used will put more labourers out of their jobs.

B. Every country has applied many policies to prepare for the massive loss of jobs in the next 25 years.

C. Many different organizations are called to cooperate in renovating the workforce.

D. Working Nation is an organization founded to warn the public and make plans to save people from job loss.

Câu 39. According to paragraph 4, what is the advantage of mechanization?

A. Although mechanization drives people out of work, it also creates more jobs.

B. People can change their jobs to be more suitable with the society.

C. People will no longer need the useless like horseshoes.

D. Workers will spend less time on manufacturing with the help of machines.

Câu 41. What does the word “they” in paragraph 5 refer to?

A. people

B. tasks

C. computers

D. the entire middle class

Câu 42. Why does the author mention in the last paragraph that accountants, doctors, lawyers, teachers, bureaucrats, and financial analysts are not safe jobs?

A. Because they are easy to make mistakes or misdiagnosis in doing their jobs.

B. Because the salaries paid for these jobs may be frozen in the future.

C. Because computers are likely to analyze and process a great amount of data with high accuracy.

D. Because these jobs directly influence politics and social stability.

Câu 46. As he gets older, he wants to travel less.

A. The more old age he gets, the less he wants to travel.

B. The less he wants to travel, the older he gets.

C. As soon as he wants to travel, he gets older.

D. The older he gets, the less he wants to travel.

Câu 47. My friend told me, "If I were you, I would not ask him for help."

A. My friend advised me not to ask him for help.

B. My friend told me to ask him for help.

C. My friend prohibited me from asking him for help.

D. My friend suggested not asking him for help.

Câu 48. I don’t think Max broke your vase because he wasn’t here then.

A. Max wouldn’t have broken your vase because he wasn’t here then.

B. Max was likely to break your vase because he wasn’t here then.

C. Max can’t have broken your vase because he wasn’t here then.

D. Max wasn’t able to break your vase because he wasn’t here then.

Câu 49. As long as you stay calm, you have nothing to fear from the talk show.

A. You have remained calm for a long time in spite of your fear of the talk show.

B. Talk shows are only intimidating for people who are not extremely calm.

C. Provided that you do not get nervous, the talk show won't go badly for you.

D. Even if you are afraid of the talk show, it is important not to express it.

Câu 50. It was an interesting novel. I stayed up all night to finish it.

A. I stayed up all night to finish the novel so it was interesting.

B. Unless it were an interesting novel, I would not stay up all night to finish it.

C. Though it was an interesting novel, I stayed up all night to finish it.

D. So interesting was the novel that I stayed up all night to finish it.

đáp án Đề luyện thi tốt nghiệp THPT môn tiếng Anh 2021 đề số 2

CâuĐáp ánCâuĐáp án
Câu 1BCâu 26A
Câu 2ACâu 27C
Câu 3DCâu 28B
Câu 4BCâu 29A
Câu 5BCâu 30D
Câu 6CCâu 31A
Câu 7DCâu 32C
Câu 8ACâu 33D
Câu 9DCâu 34C
Câu 10ACâu 35B
Câu 11BCâu 36A
Câu 12BCâu 37D
Câu 13CCâu 38D
Câu 14BCâu 39A
Câu 15BCâu 40A. outdatedB. modernC. fashionable D. adventurous
Câu 16BCâu 41C
Câu 17ACâu 42C
Câu 18BCâu 43D
Câu 19DCâu 44C
Câu 20CCâu 45D
Câu 21ACâu 46D
Câu 22DCâu 47A
Câu 23BCâu 48C
Câu 24CCâu 49C
Câu 25DCâu 50D

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