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. do we
B. shall we
C. don’t we
D. aren’t we
A. they would be caught
B. they would catch
C. they will be caught
D. they will have caught
B. had moved
B. would move
A. as soon as I have completed reading it.
B. after I will complete reading it.
C. by the time I will have completed reading it.
D. until I have completed reading it.
A. now considering
B. now considered
C. which considers
D. which considered
A. looked up
B. took off
C. sent off
D. called up
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.
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. denied responsibilities
B. shifted the responsibility for something to someone else
C. made someone responsible for a problem that you should deal with
D. shouldered the blame
D. be thought
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges
Student: "I would like to join the library."
Librarian: “ ”
A. OK. Would you like to fill in this form?
B. OK. This is the form that requires us.
C. OK. I would like to fill in this form.
D. OK. See if you can join.
Jordan: “ ”
Jim: “No, thanks.”
A. Would you want another drink?
B. Would you care for another drink?
C. Can you help me with this?
D. Come in, please!
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 26-30
Statesmen define a family as “a group of individuals having a common dwelling and related by blood, adoption or marriage, (26)________includes common-law relationships”. Most people are born into one of these groups and will live their lives as a family in such a group.
Although the definition of a family may not change, (27)__________relationship of people to each other within the family group changes as society changes. More and more wives are taking paying jobs, and, as a result, the roles of husband, wife and children are changing. Today, men expect to work for pay for about 40 years of their lives, and, in today’s marriages (28)_________which both spouses have paying jobs, women can expect to work for about 30 to 35 years of their lives. This means that men must learn to do their share of family tasks such as caring for the children and daily (29) ________chores. Children, too, especially adolescents, have to (30) __________with the members of their family in sharing household tasks.
The widespread acceptance of contraception has meant that having children is as matter of choice, not an automatic result of marriage. Marriage itself has become a choice. As alternatives such as common- law relationships and single-parent families have become socially acceptable, women will become more independent.
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 31-35
As soon as Whistler and Haden began the practice of signing and numbering their prints, thefr work began to increase in value. When other artists noticed that the signed prints commanded higher prices, they began copying the procedure.
Although most prints are signed on the right-hand side in the margin below the image, the placement of the signature is a matter of personal choice. Indeed, prints have been signed within image, in any of the margins, or even on the reverse side of the 'print. Wherever the artist elects to sign it, a signed print is still valued above an unsigned one, even in the same edition.
A. Whistler's Mother.
B. Whistler's Greatest Works,
C. The Practice of Signing Prints.
D. Copying Limited Edition Prints.
A. His fame as an artist.
B. His painting of his mother,
C. His signature on the prints.
D. His brother-in-law's prints.
A. the same edition
B. the image
C. the reverse side
D. a print
A. it guarantees the print's authenticity
B. it makes the print more personal
C. it encourages higher prices for the print
D. it limits the number of copies of the print
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 36-42
From smartphones and tablets to apps and social media, society is ambushed from all sides with technology. Naturally, all generations embrace it differently, with younger “digital natives” generally being more connected, more switched-on and more tech literate than older age groups.
According to Pew Research, 92% of Millennials (born 1981–1996) own smartphones, compared with 85% of Gen Xers (born 1965–1980) and 67% of Baby Boomers (born 1946–1964). In terms of tech behavior, older generations tend to use their phones mostly for making calls, whereas for younger generations, a phone is their digital window to the world. Phones are used for social media, going online, texting, emailing, playing games, listening to music, and recording and watching videos.
The daily media consumption of different generations also vastly differs. Gen Z and Millennials favor streaming and online services, with 46% of teens saying they use Netflix compared to 31% of those aged over 16. Furthermore, 16-24s spend 30% of their downtime watching TV or video, compared to 40% of time spent on these activities by the average UK adult. Boomers spend a whopping 344 minutes a day watching regular TV, significantly more than any other age group.
Size also matters more depending on your decade of birth. Younger generations prefer smaller screens sizes, opting for a smartphone as their go-to tech, while Generation X and technology newbies - the Boomers, are going bigger, owning more desktops and tablets. Always in the front of the queue for the hottest tech, younger generations see technology as an integral part of their existence, and since few Millennials and Gen Z can remember a time without social media, they’re more fearless and carefree when it comes to technology. So much so, that a LivePerson report revealed 65% of Millennials and Gen Z interact more with each other online than they do in the real world.
Fundamentally, these behaviors and preferred technologies combine to create a technological generation gap, where employees, shaped by their personal experiences, demonstrate different levels of ability and willingness to adopt new tech. Constantly chasing the next update or device, switched on Millennials and Gen Z are quick to lap up the latest apps, games, and platforms, while Gen X and Boomers are generally slower to embrace technology - both at home and in the workplace.
A. Bridging the technological generation gap.
B. Decoding the ethical generational gap.
C. The technological generation gap in family life.
D. What is the technological generation gap?
A. They are hesitant when discussing about technology.
B. They are dependent on smartphones for almost every activity.
C. They are optimistic about technology’s benefits to society.
D. They are ignorant to the older ones’ advice about technology.
A. spare time
A. Boomers are willing to queue overnight for a state-of-the-art mobile gadgets.
B. Millennials and Gen Z are more accustomed to face-to-face than messaging.
C. iPhones and other mobile devices are a necessary part of life by young people.
D. Younger generations prefer bigger technological devices over portable ones.
A. Younger people always know more about technology than the older generation does.
B. Digital savviness decrease with age is a major misunderstanding caused by media.
C. The generation users are born into affects their choices for size of technological gadgets.
D. Netflix is among the streaming services preferred by the Millennial generation.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.
D. they are tragedies
A. don’t think
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. My younger sister can’t cook as well as my brother.
B. My brother can’t cook as well as my younger sister.
C. My younger sister can cook as well as my brother.
D. My brother can cook the best than my younger sister.
A. Hoa told Bình she has something to show you.
B. Hoa told Bình she had something to show you.
C. Hoa told Bình she had had something to show him.
D. Hoa told Bình she had something to show him.
A. My children will be playing in the living room.
B. My children cannot be in the kitchen.
C. I do not know whether my children are in the living room.
D. My children might be in the living room.
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. Provided you don’t keep silent, you will be punished by your teacher.
B.If you keep silent, you will be punished by your teacher.
C. If you kept silent, you wouldn’t be punished by your teacher
D. If you don’t keep silent, you won’t be punished by your teacher.
A. So heavy was the snowfall that all the trains in the capital city of England were cancelled.
B. If it hadn’t been for the heavy snowfall, all the trains in the capital city of England would have been cancelled.
C. Only after all the trains in the capital city of England were cancelled dit it snow heavily.
D. Had it snowed heavily, all the trains in the capital city of England wouldn’t have been cancelled.
đáp án Đề thi thử tốt nghiệp THPT môn tiếng Anh 2021 số 21
|Câu||Đáp án||Câu||Đáp án|
|Câu 1||A||Câu 26||A|
|Câu 2||C||Câu 27||D|
|Câu 3||C||Câu 28||A|
|Câu 4||B||Câu 29||D|
|Câu 5||B||Câu 30||C|
|Câu 6||C||Câu 31||C|
|Câu 7||A||Câu 32||C|
|Câu 8||D||Câu 33||A|
|Câu 9||A||Câu 34||D|
|Câu 10||A||Câu 35||C|
|Câu 11||A||Câu 36||D|
|Câu 12||A||Câu 37||D|
|Câu 13||B||Câu 38||B|
|Câu 14||B||Câu 39||A|
|Câu 15||B||Câu 40||C|
|Câu 16||A||Câu 41||D|
|Câu 17||C||Câu 42||C|
|Câu 18||B||Câu 43||B|
|Câu 19||B||Câu 44||D|
|Câu 20||C||Câu 45||B|
|Câu 21||B||Câu 46||A|
|Câu 22||D||Câu 47||D|
|Câu 23||A||Câu 48||D|
|Câu 24||A||Câu 49||A|
|Câu 25||B||Câu 50||A|