Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions from 1 to 15.
A. doesn't she
B. hasn't she
C. won't she
D. isn't she
A. to design
C. will have
D. would have
C. will be
D. has been
C. because of
A. as soon as the epidemic was controlled
B. when the epidemic had been controlled
C. until the epidemic will be controlled
D. right after the epidemic has been controlled
C. to learn
D. to learning
A. broke in
B. made up
C. run across
D. took after
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 16 to 20.
Dressing up in costumes and trick-or-treating are popular Halloween activities, but few probably (16) ______ these lighthearted fall traditions with their origins in Samhain, a three-day ancient Celtic pagan festival.
For the Celts, who lived during the Iron Age in what is now Ireland, Scotland, the U.K. and (17) ______ parts of Northern Europe, Samhain (meaning literally, in modern Irish, “summer's end”) marked the end of summer and kicked off the Celtic new year. Ushering in a new year signaled a time of both death and rebirth, something that was doubly symbolic because it (18) ______ with the end of a bountiful harvest season and the beginning of a cold and dark winter season that would present plenty of challenges.
Eventually, Halloween became more popular in secular culture than All Saints' Day. The pagan-turned- Christian practices of dressing up in costumes, playing pranks and handing out offerings have evolved into popular traditions even for those (19) ______ may not believe in otherworldly spirits or saints. (20) ______, whether Halloween celebrants know it or not, they’re following the legacy of the ancient Celts who, with the festival of Samhain, celebrated the inevitability of death and rebirth.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges from 21 to 22.
- Mary: “Can you tell me how to find material for my science report, professor?”
- Professor: “__________”
A. Try your best, Mary.
B. You mean the podcasts from other students?
C. You can borrow books from the library.
D. I like it that you understand.
A. There's nothing you don't know about beauty
B. Your guess is as good as mine
C. It might be a good idea to bet
D. I've set my heart on winning it
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 from 23 to 24.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions from 25 to 27.
B. to keep
D. status updates
D. been designated
B. Just as
C. their feet
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 from 28 to 30.
A. Helen doesn't earn as much money as her boss.
B. Helen's boss earns as much as she does.
C. Helen earns more money than her boss.
D. Helen's boss earns less money than she does.
A. Cindy said she wasn't seen John since the previous month.
B. Cindy said she hadn't seen John since the previous month.
C. Cindy said she hasn't seen John since last month.
D. Cindy said I hadn't seen John since the previous month.
A. Because of his illness, John shouldn't have been here.
B. John might be ill, so he is not here.
C. John must be ill, so he is not here.
D. John needn't be here because he is ill.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress in each of the following questions from 31 to 32.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each of sentences in the following questions from 33 to 34.
A. As long as you finish your homework by 5 p.m., you can go out with your friends.
B. You cannot go out with your friends provided you finish your homework by 5 p.m.
C. You can't go out with your friends in case you cannot finish your homework by 5 p.m.
D. Unless you finish your homework by 5 p.m., you can go out with your friends.
A. So intelligent a student is he that he can solve all the problems very quickly.
B. An intelligent student is he that he can solve all the problems very quickly.
C. So intelligent is he that he can solve all the problems very quickly.
D. He is very intelligent that he can solve all the problems very quickly.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheer to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 35 to 39.
As customers choose brands based on how they make them feel, rather than their actual products or services, there is an intrinsic advantage to those organizations who use designed experiences as a weapon to cut through the most competitive of markets. Those that don't, operate in what we call the “experience gap”, the space between them and their customer's expectation of them. Make no mistake, in our high paced and digitally connected economies, the experience gap is driving markets, fast.
For example, take Instagram and Twitter. These brands filled the demand for a whole new human experience that did not exist before the evolution of digital technologies enabled that. They were pioneers, and there were no established players to unseat. But we are also seeing a similar dynamic in existing industries. New entrants are coming in and taking the space, also using whole new experiences, purely because the incumbents left the door open.
Closer to home, this can be seen with Australian neobanks who are giving customers a better experience than the incumbents. Robert Bell is the CEO at neobank 86400. He says banking has already become quite complicated and he wanted to make a change. His neobank is working to solve customers’ problems more holistically. Bell said, “It's significantly harder work and takes more time to become a bank, but having done that we can have a much better relationship with our customers and we can offer them a lot more products and services.”
Think about that for a moment. Do you notice how better experiences, leads to better relationships, which is then the stepping stone for more offerings? Many brands still jump straight to modified offerings, without gaining that customer connection and the necessary foundation of trust first.
A. The importance of experience to competitive advantage.
B. Businesses are unwilling to disrupt themselves.
C. A far-reaching cultural transformation.
D. Knowledge drives behavior, loyalty, satisfaction.
A. They are the one and only companies providing such revolutionary services.
B. Prior to their advent, there were already several competitors in the field.
C. They were the trailblazers for the experience-oriented marketing strategy.
D. Their reputation famously preceded even the 4th Industrial Revolution.
A. He views them as the golden goose for his business.
B. He displays worship in its purest form towards them.
C. He sees them as modern slaves to consumerism.
D. He maintains a healthy relationship of give and take.
A. An important clue to understanding something that is challenging or puzzling.
B. An asset or possession prized as being the best of a group of similar things.
C. A person who travels without settling down for any significant period of time
D. An action or event that helps one to make progress towards a specified goal.
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions from 40 to 41.
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 42 to 48.
Nepal has made important progress over the past few years to promote equality, but the country still has one of the highest rates of child marriage in the world. 41% of Nepalese girls are married before the age of 18.
Poverty is both a cause and consequence of child marriage in Nepal. Girls from the wealthiest families marry 2 years later than those from the poorest, who are seen as an economic burden, and who drop out of school and earn little money.
Food insecurity plays an important role too. Nepalese families that do not have enough food to eat are more likely to marry their daughters at a young age to decrease the financial burden. One study shows that 91% of people who had secure access to food married over the age of 19.
Dowry is also a common practice in many communities. Parents marry their daughters as soon as possible because the money they have to pay for the groom's family is higher if their daughter is older. Since 2010, the legal age of marriage is 20 for both men and women, or 18 with parental consent, according to the Nepalese Country Code.
The law states that punishment for child marriage is imprisonment for up to three years and a fine of up to 10,000 rupees (£102). But reports suggest that this law is rarely applied. There has been quite a lot of progress in Nepal over the past 3 years with a clear government commitment to ending child marriage and civil society cooperation. The Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare is currently developing Nepal's first national strategy on child marriage in collaboration with UNICEF Nepal and Girls Not Brides Nepal. However, the post-earthquake and post-fuel crisis environment has meant progress is slow and the national strategy has been delayed.
A. Nepal Government in an attempt to reduce social inequality.
B. Child marriage - A completely tractable problem in Nepal.
C. Nepal's strategies to child protection programming.
D. One type of child abuse in Nepal: Child Marriage.
A. play an important role in bolstering their household finances
B. can get married two years later than those are from poor families
C. are forced to drop out of school because their parents have no money
D. have to get married earlier than those are from affluent families
A. Parents who marry their children before the allowed age normally pay a fine.
B. The age of marriage in Nepal depends on the money the families have.
C. According to the law, if people have their parents' permission, they are allowed to marry at 18.
D. Nepalese families have a tendency to marry their daughters at a young age.
A. Nepal had the highest overall prevalence of child marriage in the world
B. The recent earthquake was negative for the eradication of child marriage
C. Families want to marry their daughters soon to earn money
D. The government is not doing much to put an end to child marriage
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 from 49 to 50.
A. full of sincerity
B. without money
C. lack of responsibility
D. full of experience
đáp án Đề luyện thi tốt nghiệp THPT môn tiếng Anh 2021 số 7
|Câu||Đáp án||Câu||Đáp án|
|Câu 1||D||Câu 26||A|
|Câu 2||C||Câu 27||A|
|Câu 3||C||Câu 28||A|
|Câu 4||B||Câu 29||B|
|Câu 5||B||Câu 30||B|
|Câu 6||A||Câu 31||C|
|Câu 7||D||Câu 32||D|
|Câu 8||D||Câu 33||A|
|Câu 9||C||Câu 34||C|
|Câu 10||D||Câu 35||A|
|Câu 11||B||Câu 36||C|
|Câu 12||B||Câu 37||C|
|Câu 13||B||Câu 38||D|
|Câu 14||C||Câu 39||D|
|Câu 15||A||Câu 40||A|
|Câu 16||C||Câu 41||B|
|Câu 17||D||Câu 42||D|
|Câu 18||A||Câu 43||D|
|Câu 19||C||Câu 44||A|
|Câu 20||B||Câu 45||B|
|Câu 21||C||Câu 46||C|
|Câu 22||B||Câu 47||A|
|Câu 23||B||Câu 48||B|
|Câu 24||A||Câu 49||D|
|Câu 25||C||Câu 50||D|