Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress in each of the following questions.
A. to eating
C. to eat
B. ∅ – the
C. the – ∅
D. the - a
A. Being trained
C. Having trained
D. Having been trained
A. have focused
B. had focused
D. were focused
A. had prepared
C. was preparing
D. has prepared
A. in order that his students can understand it
B. in order to his students understand it
C. so as to that his students could understand it
D. so that his students could understand it
A. put off
B. turned on
C. left out
D. switched off
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.
A. longing for what is beyond the reach
B. asking for what is attainable
C. doing something with vigor or intensity
D. crying a lot and for a long time
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.
A. spend money freely
B. save on daily expenses
C. dress in loose clothes
D. put on tighter belts
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges.
- Mary: “Shall we eat out tonight?”
- Sarah: “_______.”
A. That’s a great idea
B. That’s acceptable
C. You are welcome
D. It’s kind of you to invite
- Silas: “Do you think our country can host the Olympic Games some day in the future?”
- Salah: “_______. We can’t afford such a big event.”
A. No, I don’t think soB. You can say that again
C. I can’t agree with your moreD. Yes, you’re right
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. .
A scientist said robots will be more intelligent than humans by 2029. The scientist's name is Ray Kurzweil. He works for Google as Director of Engineering. He is one of the world’s leading experts on (26) _______ intelligence (A.I). Mr Kurzweil believes computers will be able to learn from experiences, just like humans. He also thinks they will be able to tell jokes and stories, and even ﬂirt. Kurzweil‘s 2029 prediction is a lot sooner than many people thought. The scientist said that in 1999, many A.I. experts said it would be hundreds of years (27) _______ a computer was more intelligent than a human. He said that it would not be long before computer (28) _______ is one billion times more powerful than the human brain.
Mr Kurzweil joked that many years ago, people thought he was a little crazy for predicting computers would be as intelligent as humans. His thinking has stayed the same but everyone else has changed the way they think. He said: “My views are not radical any more. I've actually stayed (29) _______. It's the rest of the world that's changing its View.” He highlighted examples of high-tech things we use, see or read about every day. These things make us believe that computers have intelligence. He said people think differently now: "Because the public has seen things like Siri (the iPhone’s voice-recognition technology) (30) _______ you talk to a computer, they've seen the Google self-driving cars."
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the answer to each of the question.
Some doctors think that you should drink a glass of water each morning. You should drink this water first thing, before doing anything else. The temperature of the water should be similar to body temperature; neither too hot nor too cold.
Why should you drink this water? Water helps your body in many ways. It helps clean out your kidneys. It prepares your stomach for digestion. Water can also help your intestines work better. After drinking water, the intestines can more easily take out nutrients from our food. Water also helps us go to the bathroom more easily.
Scientists suggest that people take in 1,600 milliliters of water each day. But don’t drink all of that water in one sitting. If you do, your kidneys will have to work much harder to eliminate it. It’s better to drink some in the morning and some in the afternoon. Some people think it’s better to drink between meals and not during meals. They think water dilutes the juices produced in our stomachs. This can interfere with normal digestion.
Are you drinking enough water every day? Check the color of your urine. If it is light yellow, you are probably drinking enough. If your urine is very dark yellow, you probably need to drink more water. A little more water each day could make you much healthier.
(Adapted from Reading Challenge 1 by Casey Malarcher and Andrea Janzen)
A. The importance of water
B. The advice of the doctors
C. How to drink water correctly?
D. The best amount of water to drink
A. your body
B. your kidney
D. your stomach
A. The first thing you should do every morning is to drink water.
B. You shouldn’t drink too much water at the same time.
C. Drinking water while having meals may interfere with normal digestion.
D. You need to drink more water if your urine is light yellow.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the answer to each of the question.
While watching sports on TV, the chances are children will see professional players cheating, having tantrums, fighting, or abusing officials. In addition, it’s highly likely that children will be aware of well-known cases of sportspeople being caught using drugs to improve their performance. The danger of all this is that it could give children the idea that winning is all that counts and you should win at all costs. Good behavior and fair play aren’t the message that comes across. Instead, it looks as if cheating and bad behavior are reasonable ways of getting what you want. This message is further bolstered by the fact that some of these sportspeople acquire enormous fame and wealth, making it seem they are being handsomely rewarded either despite or because of their bad behavior.
What can parents do about this? They can regard sport on television as an opportunity to discuss attitudes and behavior with their children. When watching sports together, if parents see a player swearing at the referee, they can get the child’s opinion on that behavior and discuss whether a player’s skill is more important than their behavior. Ask what the child thinks the player’s contribution to the team is. Point out that no player can win a team game on their own, so it’s important for members to work well together.
Another thing to focus on is what the commentators say. Do they frown on bad behavior from players, think it’s amusing or even consider it’s a good thing? What about the officials? If they let players get away with a clear foul, parents can discuss with children whether this is right and what effect it has on the game. Look too at the reactions of coaches and managers. Do they accept losing with good grace or scowl and show a bad attitude? Parents can use this to talk about attitudes to winning and losing and to remind children that both are part of sport.
However, what children learn from watching sports is by no means all negative and parents should make sure they accentuate the positives too. They should emphasise to children the high reputation that well-behaved players have, not just with their teammates but also with spectators and the media. They can focus on the contribution made by such players during a game, discussing how valuable they are in the team. In the interviews after a game, point out to a child that the well-behaved sportspeople don’t gloat when they win or sulk when they lose. And parents can stress how well these people conduct themselves in their personal lives and the good work they do for others when not playing. In other words, parents should get their children to focus on the positive role models, rather than the antics of the badly behaved but often more publicized players.
A. The importance of team spirit in sport
B. The influence of model sportspeople on children
C. Moral lessons for children from watching sports
D. Different attitudes toward bad behavior in sport
A. Cheating is frowned upon by the majority of players.
B. A team with badly-behaved players will not win a game.
C. A player’s performance is of greater value than his behavior.
D. Collaboration is fundamental to any team’s success.
A. Misconduct from sportspeople may go unpunished despite the presence of officials.
B. A well-behaved player enjoys a good reputation among his teammates, spectators and the media.
C. Reactions of coaches and managers when their teams lose a game may be of educational value.
D. Many sportspeople help others so as to project good images of themselves.
A. The media tend to turn the spotlight more on sportspeople’s wrongdoings than on their good deeds.
B. The well-behaved players in a game invariably display desirable conducts when not playing.
C. Players with good attitudes make a greater contribution to their teams’ budgets than others.
D. Well-mannered players sometimes display strong emotions after winning or losing a game.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.
D. to assure
A. often dismiss
C. administered by
B. parents skills
D. juvenile delinquency
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.
A. That forests are being cut down carelessly results from soil erosion
B. Soil erosion contributes to forests being cut down carelessly.
C. Soil erosion results in forests being cut down carelessly.
D. That forests are being cut down carelessly leads to soil erosion.
A. People believe that there is little improvement in farmers’ lives thanks to modem farming methods.
B. Modem farming methods were believed to have greatly improved farmers’ lives.
C. Modem farming methods are believed to have had negative effects on farmers’ lives.
D. Farmers are believed to have enjoyed a much better life thanks to modem farming methods.
A. Luisa must be on top of the world when his wife gave birth to their first child.
B. Luisa must have been on top of the world when his wife gave birth to their first child.
C. Luisa could have been on top of the world when his wife gave birth to their first child.
D. Luisa may be very on top of the world when his wife gave birth to their first child.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.
A. Such were his friends’ support and encouragement that he couldn’t do really well in the competition.
B. Had it not been for his friends’ support and encouragement, he couldn’t have done so well in the competition.
C. No matter how much his friends supported and encouraged him, he couldn’t do well in the competition.
D. If his friends had given him support and encouragement, he could have done really well in the competition.
A. The more knowledge about how to stay safe online we gain, the less we worry about the threats of cybercrime.
B. The more we stay online to gain safety knowledge, the less we worry about the threats of cybercrime.
C. The more knowledge about how to stay safe online we gain, the more we worry about the threats of cybercrime.
D. The more we know about how to stay safe online, we worry about the threats of cybercrime less.
đáp án Đề luyện thi tốt nghiệp THPT môn tiếng Anh 2021 số 6
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|Câu 1||A||Câu 26||A|
|Câu 2||C||Câu 27||D|
|Câu 3||B||Câu 28||C|
|Câu 4||A||Câu 29||A|
|Câu 5||B||Câu 30||D|
|Câu 6||A||Câu 31||A|
|Câu 7||A||Câu 32||D|
|Câu 8||D||Câu 33||C|
|Câu 9||B||Câu 34||B|
|Câu 10||A||Câu 35||D|
|Câu 11||A||Câu 36||C|
|Câu 12||D||Câu 37||D|
|Câu 13||B||Câu 38||D|
|Câu 14||D||Câu 39||A|
|Câu 15||A||Câu 40||D|
|Câu 16||C||Câu 41||D|
|Câu 17||D||Câu 42||A|
|Câu 18||A||Câu 43||B|
|Câu 19||B||Câu 44||A|
|Câu 20||D||Câu 45||B|
|Câu 21||A||Câu 46||D|
|Câu 22||D||Câu 47||D|
|Câu 23||A||Câu 48||B|
|Câu 24||A||Câu 49||B|
|Câu 25||A||Câu 50||A|