Đề luyện thi tốt nghiệp THPT môn tiếng Anh 2021 số 17

Cùng thử sức với đề luyện thi tốt nghiệp THPT môn tiếng Anh đề số 17 (có đáp án) nằm trong bộ đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia 2021 mới nhất.

Câu 4. June really liked ________ book that her boyfriend gave her yesterday.

A. an

B. a

C. @PS@/test/images/220835_1622012077383.png@PE@

D. the

Câu 6. We should participate in the movements _________ to conserve the environment.

Question 7. If computers become as smart as humans, _________ our jobs better than we can?

A. organizing

A. do they do

B. to organize

B. would they do

C. organized

C. Will they do

D. are organized

D. they will do

Câu 10. Only when you grow up _________ how to organize things more neatly.

A. you will know

B. do you know

C. you know

D. will you know

Câu 21. He was very tired. He agreed to help me with my homework.

A. Though he was tired, he agreed to help me with my homework

B. As he was tired, he didn't agree to help me with my homework.

C. That he agreed to help me with my homework made him tired.

D. Feeling tired, he refused to help me with my homework.

Câu 22. He was very surprised to be addressed by the Queen. He didn't answer at once.

A. Not until he was so surprised to answer did the Queen address him.

B. Only when he was addressed by the Queen could he answer the surprising questions at once.

C. So surprised was he to be addressed by the Queen that he didn't answer at once.

D. But for such a nice surprise, he would have been addressed by the Queen.

Câu 23.

A. easy

B. floppy

C. marine

D. sensible

Câu 24.

A. reference

B. industry

C. refusal

D. butterfly

Câu 25.

A. kites

B. balls

C. hopes

D. kicks

Câu 26.

A. feather

B. feature

C. leather

D. measure

Câu 27. "You should take better care of your health said Tom's mother.

A. Tom's mother promised to take better care of his health.

B. Tom's mother required him to take better care of his heath.

C. Tom's mother advised him to take better entre of his health.

D. Tom's mother ordered him to take better care of his health.

Câu 28. Thomas is more reliable than his roommate.

A. Thomas is less reliable than his roommate is.

B. Thomas is not a reliable as his roommate is.

C. Thomas' roommate is more reliable than him.

D. Thomas' roommate is not as reliable as him.

Câu 29. My American friend finds it difficult to pick up food with chopsticks.

A. My American friend can't find chopsticks to pick up food.

B. My American friend is not used to picking up food with chopsticks.

C. My American friend didn't used to pick up food with chopsticks.

D. My American friend doesn't feel like picking up food with chopsticks.

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 other numbered blanks.
The idea of going overseas to study can be daunting, with visions of baffling languages or nights spent in isolation while you are gradually forgotten by your friends and family. (31) ________, the benefits of studying abroad - such as broadening your mind, improving your career prospects and making friends from all over the world - can make digging out your passport really rewarding. “Studying abroad is an eye-opening experience," says Anna Boyd, event manager at The Student World. “Being (32) ________ in another culture, understanding differences and spotting similarities, living on a beach or in the mountains, (33) ________ will have an impact on every student.”
Overseas study comes in many shapes and sizes. It might be a single semester abroad via an Erasmus program for example. Or you might elect to follow a full three- or four-year degree program. Whatever your ambition is, the key is starting early. Some countries require specific combinations of A-levels from UK students. Germany looks for four A-levels including maths or science and one modern foreign language, for instance, while others, such as the US, value extracurricular activities. Starting our research well ahead (34)_______ time can help you make the right choices. “Getting involved in sports, arts and music is also worth considering, as well as gaining experience through volunteering and work placements,” says Boyd. In fact, applying to study abroad could even work to your advantage, for example, you might encounter lower (35) ______ requirements.
(Adapted from https://wwwindependent.caukistudent/study-abroad)

Câu 30.

A. Thereby

B. However

C. But

D. Therefore

Câu 31.

A. reside

B. taken

C. interested

D. immersed

Câu 32.

A. where

B. which

C. why

D. that

Câu 33.

A. off

B. in

C. of

D. on

Câu 34.

A. entrance

B. enter

C. entry

D. entered

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on you answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
New Zealand is a small country of four million inhabitants, a long-haul flight from all the major tourist-generating markets of the world. Tourism currently makes up 9% of the country's gross domestic product and is the country's largest export sector. Unlike other export sectors, which make products and then sell them overseas, tourism brings its customers to New Zealand. The product is the country itself the people, the places, and the experiences. In 1999, Tourism New Zealand launched a campaign to communicate a new brand position to the world. The campaign focused on New Zealand's scenic beauty, exhilarating outdoor activities and authentic Maori culture, and it made New Zealand one of the strongest national brands in the world.
A key feature of the campaign was the website www.newzealand.com, which provided potential visitors to New Zealand with a single gateway to everything the destination had to offer. The heart of the website was a database of tourism services operators, both those based in New Zealand and those based abroad which offered tourism service to the country. Any tourism-related business could be listed by filling in a simple form. This meant that even the smallest bed and breakfast address or specialist activity provider could gain a web presence with access to an audience of long-haul visitors. In addition, because participating businesses were able to update the details they gave on a regular basis, the information provided remained accurate. And to maintain and improve standards, Tourism New Zealand organised a scheme whereby organisations appearing on the website underwent an independent evaluation against a set of agreed national standards of quality. As part of this, the effect of each business on the environment was considered.
To communicate the New Zealand experience, the site also carried features relating to famous people and places. One of the most popular was an interview with former New Zealand All Blacks rugby captain Tana Umaga. Another feature that attracted a lot of attention was an interactive journey through a number of the locations chosen for blockbuster films which had made use of New Zealand's stunning scenery as a backdrop. As the site developed, additional features were added to help independent travelers devise their own customised itineraries.
(Adapted from Cambridge IELTS 13)

Câu 35. What is the passage mainly about?

A. The tourism in New Zealand

B. The tourist attractions in New Zealand

C. The website for New Zealand's tourism

D. The website of New Zealand

Câu 36. The word "it" in paragraph 1 refers to _________.

A. New Zealand's scenic beauty

B. campaign

C. tourism

D. website

Câu 37. According to paragraph 4. why did the website conduct an interview with Tana Umaga?

A. to advertise the New Zealand experience

B. to attract a lot of attention.

C. to show off the beauty of New Zealand.

D. to encourage tourists to visit New Zealand.

Câu 39. Which statement is TRUE, according to the passage?

A. New Zealand is a small country, with a population of fourteen million.

B. New Zealand cuisine has made New Zealand one of the world's biggest national brands.

C. Blockbuster films had used New Zealand's stunning scenery as a backdrop.

D. New Zealand's products are not about its food, people, places and experiences.

Câu 40. Don't get angry with such a thing. It's only a storm in a teacup.

A. financial issue

B. serious problem

C. commercial tension

D. trivial thing

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on you answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.
People think children should play sports. Sports are fun, and playing with others. However, playing sports can have negative effects on children. It may produce feelings of poor self-esteem or aggressive behavior in some children. According to research on kids and sports, 40,000,000 kids play sports in the US. Of these, 18,000,000 say they have been yelled at or called names while playing sports. This leaves many children with a bad impression of sports. They think sports are just too aggressive.
Many researchers believe adults, especially parents and coaches, are the main cause of too much aggression in children's sports. They believe children copy aggressive adult behavior. This behavior is then further reinforced through both positive and negative feedback. Parents and coaches are powerful teachers because children usually look up to them. Often these adults behave aggressively themselves, sending children the message that winning is everything. At children's sporting events, parents may yell insults at other players or cheer when their child behaves aggressively. As well, children may be taught that hurting other players is acceptable or are pushed to continue playing even when they are injured. In addition, the media makes violence seem exciting. Children watch adult sports games and see violent behavior replayed over and over on television.
As a society, we really need to face up to this problem and do something about it. Parents and coaches should act as better examples for children. They also need to teach children better values. They should teach children to enjoy themselves whether they win or not. It's not necessary to knock yourself out to enjoys sports. Winning isn't everything. In addition, children shouldn't be allowed to continue to play when they are injured. Sending a child with an injury into a game gives the child the message that health isn't as important as winning. If we make some basic changes, children might learn to enjoy sports again.
(Adapted from Reading Challenge 2 by Casep Ma/archer and Andrea Jansen)

Câu 42. Which of the following could be the main idea of passage?

A. Playing sports may make children more violent.

B. The negative impacts sports bring children outweigh their positive effects.

C. Playing sports is not always beneficial to children's health.

D. Children should be discouraged to play sports when they are too young.

Câu 43. The word "This" in paragraph 1 refers to _________

A. being yelled or called names while playing sports

B. playing sports

C. aggressive behavior

D. millions of kids playing sports in the US

Câu 45. According to paragraph 2. the following are the reasons of children's aggression, EXCEPT _______.

A. parents and coaches are too aggressive to win

B. children shout at their opponents as playing

C. violent manners are repeated many times on television

D. children are likely trained that it's appropriate to commit a foul against an opponent

Câu 46. What does the author suggest in the last paragraph?

A. Aggressive behavior is indispensable in playing sports.

B. Children are inevitable to hurt or yell at other players when playing sports.

C. Relishing themselves should be children's principal purpose when playing sports.

D. Being injured in sports is not acceptable.

Câu 47. The word "self-esteem" in the first paragraph could be best replace by _________.

A. self-deprecation

B. self-satisfaction

C. self-abasement

D. self-absorbed

Câu 48. How many children said they had some negative experience when playing sports?

A. About ten percents of the children.

B. All of the children.

C. More than half of the children.

D. Less than half of the children.

Câu 49. What would probably NOT be done when "facing up to a problem?

A. Finding the reason

B. Ignoring the problem

C. Looking for a solution

D. Admitting there is a problem

đáp án Đề luyện thi tốt nghiệp THPT môn tiếng Anh 2021 số 17

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

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