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.
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 primary stress in each of the following questions.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
A. has walked
B. was walking
D. is walking
D. Ø (no article)
D. to read
A. was leaving
B. had left
D. has left
A. took over
B. looked up
C. filled in
D. made up
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction.
A. all together
C. part by part
D. a few hundred
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.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word or phrase OPPOSITE in meaning to the bold and underlined part in each of the following questions.
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.
- Albert: "This dish is really nice!"
- Bill:"________. It's called yakitori, and it's made with chicken livers."
A. It's my pleasure
B. Sure, I'll be glad to.
C. I'm glad you like it.
D. I guess you're right.
- Peter: “Using social networks may have negative effects on students.”
- Mary: “____________. It distracts them from their studies.”
A. I’m not sure about that
B. I don’t quite agree
C. You’re wrong
D. That’s quite true
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.
Obviously, if children are bent over their computers for hours, (24) ____ in some game, instead of doing their homework, then soothing is wrong. Parents and children could decide how much use the child should make of the Internet, and the child should give his or her (25) ____ that it won't interfere with homework. (26) _____ the child is not holding to this arrangement the parents can take more drastic steps. Dealing with a child's use of the Internet is not much different from negotiating any other sort of bargain about behavior.
Any parent (27) _____ is seriously alarmed about a child's behavior should make an appointment to discuss the matter with a teacher. Spending time in front of the screen does not necessarily affect a child's performance at school. Even if a child is absolutely crazy about using the Internet, he or she is probably just going through a phase, and in a few months there will be something else to worry about!
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the answer to each of the questions.
In 1900 the United States had only three cities with more than a million residents-New York, Chicago, and Philadelphia. By 1930, it had ten giant metropolises. The newer ones experienced remarkable growth, which reflected basic changes in the economy. The population of Los Angeles (114,000 in 1900) rose spectacularly in the early decades of the twentieth century, increasing a dramatic 1,400 percent from 1900 to 1930.
A number of circumstances contributed to the meteoric rise of Los Angeles. The agricultural potential of the area was enormous if water for irrigation could be found, and the city founders had the vision and dating to obtain it by constructing a 225-mile aqueduct, completed in 1913, to tap the water of the Owens River. The city had a superb natural harbor, as well as excellent rail connections. The climate made it possible to shoot motion pictures year-round; hence Hollywood. Hollywood not only supplied jobs; it disseminated an image of the good life in Southern California on screens all across the nation. The most important single industry powering the growth of Los Angeles, however, was directly linked to the automobile. The demand for petroleum to fuel gasoline engines led to the opening of the Southern California oil fields, and made Los Angeles North America's greatest refining center. Los Angeles was a product of the auto age in another sense as well: its distinctive spatial organization depended on widespread private ownership of automobiles. Los Angeles was a decentralized metropolis, sprawling across the desert landscape over an area of 400 square miles.
It was a city without a real center. The downtown business district did not grow apace with the city as a whole, and the rapid transit system designed to link the center with outlying areas withered away from disuse. Approximately 800,000 cars were registered in Los Angeles County in 1930, one per 2.7 residents. Some visitors from the east coast were dismayed at the endless urban sprawl and dismissed Los Angeles as a mere collection of suburbs in search of a city. But the freedom and mobility of a city built on wheels attracted floods of migrants to the city.
A. The growth of cities in the United States in the early 1900's
B. The development of the Southern California oil fields
C. Factors contributing to the growth of Los Angeles
D. Industry and city planning in Los Angeles
B. New York
C. the United States
A. new economic conditions
B. images of cities shown in movies
C. new agricultural techniques
D. a large migrant population
B. oil refining
C. automobile manufacturing
D. the motion picture industry
A. the fuel requirements of Los Angeles' rail system
B. an increase in the use of gasoline engines in North America
C. a desire to put unproductive desert land to good use
D. innovative planning on the part of the city founders
A. public transportation
B. industrial areas
C. suburban neighborhoods
D. oil fields
A. was not accurately portrayed by Hollywood images.
B. lacked good suburban areas in which to live.
C. had an excessively large population.
D. was not really a single city
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.
A. The demand for labor force declined.
B. The demand for labor force increased.
C. The demand for labor force reduced.
D. The demand for labor force remained stable.
A. Merry makes her children stay up late on Saturday evenings.
B. Merry gets her children to stay up late on Saturday evenings.
C. Merry helps her children stay up late on Saturday evenings.
D. Merry lets her children stay up late on Saturday evenings.
A. She had never seen a moving documentary before.
B. She had seen such a moving documentary for a long time.
C. She had never seen a more moving documentary than this before.
D. The first time she saw such a moving documentary was a long time ago
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.
A. Something hit the door but I heard a slam.
B. Something hit the door when I heard a slam.
C. Something hit the door though I heard a slam.
D. Something hit the door for I heard a slam.
A. He bought her flowers and diamond rings, what made her fall in love with him.
B. He bought her flowers and diamond rings, that made her fall in love with him.
C. He bought her flowers and diamond rings, which made her fall in love with him.
D. He bought her flowers and diamond rings which made her fall in love with him.
đáp án Đề luyện thi tốt nghiệp THPT môn tiếng Anh 2021 đề số 3
|Câu||Đáp án||Câu||Đáp án|
|Câu 1||C||Câu 21||C|
|Câu 2||B||Câu 22||D|
|Câu 3||A||Câu 23||A|
|Câu 4||D||Câu 24||B|
|Câu 5||B||Câu 25||A|
|Câu 6||C||Câu 26||C|
|Câu 7||A||Câu 27||D|
|Câu 8||D||Câu 28||C|
|Câu 9||C||Câu 29||C|
|Câu 10||B||Câu 30||A|
|Câu 11||D||Câu 31||A|
|Câu 12||A||Câu 32||B|
|Câu 13||B||Câu 33||B|
|Câu 14||D||Câu 34||A|
|Câu 15||B||Câu 35||D|
|Câu 16||A||Câu 36||B|
|Câu 17||D||Câu 37||D|
|Câu 18||B||Câu 38||C|
|Câu 19||C||Câu 39||D|
|Câu 20||C||Câu 40||C|