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Cuốn sách Luyện giải đề thi THPT Quốc gia 2021 môn Tiếng Anh này được biên soạn nhằm giúp các bạn học sinh có thể ôn luyện giải bài tập tiếng Anh hàng tuần. Cuốn sách được sưu tầm nhiều đề thi khó và lạ (đáp ứng nhu cầu của các bạn có mục tiêu 9+). 5 đề đầu trong sách theo thứ tự đề minh họa , đề thi THPTQG 2021, đề minh họa 202. Các đề thi còn có rất nhiều thành ngữ, cụm từ cố định, cụm động từ, những từ dễ gây nhầm lẫn, từ vựng, và các bài đọc mới, độc, lạ xoáy vào các chủ điểm trong sách.

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  2. ĐỀ SỐ 1 (3/5/2021) 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. Question 1: A. worked B. looked C. booked D. crooked Question 2: A. charge B. drunkard C. postcard D. apartment 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. Question 3: A. promote B. victim C. panic D. worship Question 4: A. identity B. intimacy C. anonymous D. mechanical Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. Question 5: She read the poem slowly and quietly, _______ ? A. does she B. doesn’t she C. did she D. didn’t she Question 6: He _______ from prison after serving two years of a five-year sentence. A. was released B. has released C. was being released D. had been release Question 7: He's very particular _______ the kitchen - everything has to be perfectly clean and in its place. A. in B. for C. about D. with Question 8: _______ I know him, the more I admire him. A. More B. The more C. The most D. The much Question 9: I bought my _______ camera from a friend of mine. A. expensive new silver German B. German new silver expensive C. new expensive silver German D. silver German new expensive Question 10: This is the second time I _______ that song. The first time was at the club last month. A. heard B. have heard C. hear D. will hear Question 11: He managed to eat a big lunch _______ having eaten an enormous breakfast. A. although B. because C. despite D. because of Question 12: The teachers have had some problems deciding _______ . A. when will they return the final papers to the students B. when are they going to return to the students the final papers C. when they should return the final papers to the students D. the time when the final papers they should return for the students Question 13: _______ all the trees in the garden, I washed my car. A. Watering B. Having watered C. Having been watered D. Being watered Question 14: The government is expected to take _______ against the level of unemployment. A. action B. activity C. act D. acting Question 15: The friends I _______ in my home town are different from my college friends. A. go out with B. get along with C. hang around with D. stand in for Question 16: How can I believe you? You are always _______ lies. A. telling B. speaking C. saying D. talking Question 17: He has not expressed a _______ as to which position he wants to apply for. A. favour B. priority C. preference D. liking Question 18: These proposals are for discussion, they're not carved in _______ . A. rock B. stone C. gravel D. pebble Question 19: The media broadcast two different _______ of the news story, which confused the viewers. A. dedications B. concessions C. dictations D. versions
  3. 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. Question 20: Although many people speculate about the future of the family, no one is certain about how it will change. A. know what will happen B. argue about what is happening C. guess what will happen D. declare for certain Question 21: Western civilization today is based on ideas from ancient Greece and Rome. A. well developed society B. very new society C. society that has disappeared D. highly educated community 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. Question 22: “What I’ve got to say to you now is strictly off the record and most certainly not for publication,” said the official to the reporter. A. popular B. examined C. recorded D. official Question 23: He thought Janet's response seemed a bit fishy, so he did a bit of investigation into her role in the company. A. suspicious B. unfaithful C. loyal D. honest Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the option that best completes each of the following exchanges. Question 24: - “Sorry, I didn’t mean to do that.” - “ _______ ” A. You’ve to forget it! B. Then what did you mean? C. No problem. Don’t worry about it. D. You can blame yourself. Question 25: - “What does it mean by this sign?” - “ _______ ” A. It’s to prevent people from parking here. B. It’s a nice and colourful sign. C. This sign really means something. D. It doesn’t mean much to me. 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 to 30. It may seem hard to believe that people can actually change the Earth’s climate. But scientists think that the things (26) _______ people do are making our planet warmer. Once, all climate changes occurred naturally. (27) _______ , during the Industrial. Revolution, we began altering our climate and environment through agricultural and industrial practices. The Industrial Revolution was a time when people began using machines to make life easier. It changed the way humans live. Before the Industrial Revolution, human activity (28) _______ very few gases into the atmosphere, but now through population growth, fossil fuel burning, and deforestation, we are affecting the mixture of gases in the atmosphere. Since the Industrial Revolution, the need for energy to run (29) _______ has increased. Some energy, like the energy you need to do your homework, comes from the food you eat. But other energy, like the energy that makes cars run and (30) _______ of the energy used to light and heat our homes, comes from fuels like coal and oil – fossil fuels. Burning these fuels releases greenhouse gases. (www.sc-s.si/joomla/images/Ecology) Question 26: A. what B. that C. when D. where Question 27: A. Moreover B. Although C. Because D. However Question 28: A. liberated B. emitted C. discharged D. released Question 29: A. machines B. devices C. techniques D. vehicles Question 30: A. little B. a little C. much D. a few 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 31 to 35. Most Americans say they know at least some of their neighbors, but only about three-in-ten say they know all or most of them. Rural residents are more likely than those in urban or suburban areas to say they know all or
  4. most of their neighbors, but they don’t necessarily interact with their neighbors more than their counterparts in other community types. Overall, Americans tend to be trusting of their neighbors, but this is particularly the case in suburban and rural areas. About six-in-ten in these types of community say they have a neighbor they would trust with a key to their home, compared with about half in urban areas. The longer people have lived in their community, the more likely they are to have a neighbor they would trust with a key to their home. But even among those who report that they have lived in their community for less than one year, 34% say they would be comfortable with a neighbor having their keys. Meanwhile, 64% of those who have lived in their community for six or more years and 47% of those who have done so for one to five years say the same. Those who own their home are more likely than renters to say they would be comfortable with a neighbor having a set of keys to their home (67% vs. 45%). When asked to describe their neighbors, people in rural areas are far more likely than those in cities and suburbs to say all or most of their neighbors share their race or ethnicity. Suburbanites are somewhat more likely than their urban and rural counterparts to say their neighbors are the same social class as they are, while relatively few across community types say all or most of their neighbors share their political views. (Adapted from https://www.pewsocialtrends.org/) Question 31. Which of the following could be the main topic of the passage? A. The similarities and differences in the neighborhood in urban, suburban and rural areas B. How urban, suburban and rural residents interact with their neighbors C. The number of neighbors that urban, suburban and rural residents have D. How people trust their neighbors Question 32. According to paragraph 2, how many Americans in suburban and rural areas wouldn’t have enough belief in their neighbors to have a key to their home? A. about 60% B. about 50% C. about 40% D. about 30% Question 33. The phrase “the same” in paragraph 3 refers to _______ . A. they would be comfortable with a neighbor having their keys B. they have lived in their community for six or more years C. they have done so for one to five years D. they have lived in their community for less than one year Question 34. The word “share” in paragraph 4 most probably means _______ . A. experience their race or ethnicity at the same time B. give other people something you have C. have the same race or ethnicity D. tell people about your race or ethnicity Question 35. According to the passage, the following are true, EXCEPT _______ . A. More rural inhabitants know all or most of their neighbors than their urban and suburban counterparts do. B. People trust their neighbors more if they live in the same community for a longer time. C. More than half of people renting a room wouldn’t like to give their neighbors their home key. D. People living in rural areas are often in the same social class as their neighbors. 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 to 42. Education technology (EdTech) is one of the few industries experiencing a sharp upward demand, reinforcing its potential for profitability and the role it can play in societal wellbeing. The global spreading of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has required drastic regulations in an effort to contain it. One of the first compulsory measures taken by affected countries has been the closure of all schools. The sudden adjustments of educational processes and altered dynamics between all involved parties - schools, teachers, students and parents – are challenging familiar routines and threatening crucial public objectives.
  5. Accordingly, the World Bank has commissioned its EdTech expertise team to support policymakers worldwide in facilitating the continuation of basic education by adapting to modern technologies. EdTech's practical value has hence rapidly improved from its pre-pandemic standing. Previously considered an option for quality education and a supplement to traditional schooling systems, it is now essential for preserving a progressing society. Institutions previously working with digitalized education platforms have already benefitted during the COVID-19 crisis from their contemporary approach. These schools smoothly mastered the sudden transition to homeschooling, easing the adjustment process for students and parents. Their early investment in equipment and software and in coaching of educational staff has allowed them to continue their operations with minimal interruption. Investors have long identified the windows of opportunity offered by technology in the classrooms. However, its recent unprecedented expansion highlights even more its sustainable profitability. “So far only 2 to 3% of the 5 trillion USD spent globally on education is digital. This, combined with EdTech's sudden vital role during COVID-19 and the significant differences seen up to now in its geographical investments, intensify the previously unseized global growth opportunities", says Dr. Kirill Pyshkin, Fund Manager at Credit Suisse Asset Management. (Adapted https://www.credit-suisse.com/) Question 36. What does the article mainly discuss? A. The upward trend in demand of education technology. B. The development of education technology in the pandemic. C. The measures to develop education technology. D. The benefits and role of education technology. Question 37. The word “contain” in paragraph 2 most probably means _______ . A. control B. overcome C. defeat D. treat Question 38. As mentioned in paragraph 2, the following are affected by the sudden adjustments of educational processes, EXCEPT _______ . A. teachers B. students C. parents D. policymakers Question 39. What does the word “their” in paragraph 4 refer to? A. platforms’ B. institutions’ C. the COVID-19 crisis’s D. schools’ Question 40. The word “coaching” in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to _______ . A. hiring B. inviting C. training D. employing Question 41. According to paragraph 4, what have those schools done to minimize education interruption? A. Early preparing for teaching facilities and human resources. B. Smoothly transferring to teaching online. C. Previously working with digitalized education platforms. D. Rapidly improving from its pre-pandemic standing. Question 42. Which of the following is TRUE, according to the passage? A. Investors are uninterested in technology in the classrooms. B. Education technology is a more and more profitable sector to invest. C. People invest less money in education technology during COVID – 19. D. Students and parents need much time to adjust their learning at home. 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. Question 43: Whenever we hear of a natural disaster, even in a distant part of the world, we A B
  6. feel sympathy for the people to have affected. C D Question 44: Each of the nurses reports to the operating room when their name is called. A B C D Question 45: A deficient of folic acid is rarely found in humans because the vitamin is contained in a A B C D wide variety of foods. 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. Question 46: This is the first time we have been to England. A. It’s ages since we last went to England. B. We never was to England before. C. We have never been to England before. D. We had never been to England before. Question 47: “You must not enter the temple until you have removed your shoes,” said the monk. A. The monk insisted that the tourists not enter the temple until they had removed their shoes. B. The monk begged the tourists to remove their shoes before entering the temple. C. The monk warned the tourists about removing their shoes before entering the temple. D. The monk ordered us not to enter the temple after we had removed our shoes. Question 48: It’s mandatory for you to hand in the papers by Friday. A. You should hand in the papers by Friday. B. You must hand in the papers by Friday. C. You may hand in the papers by Friday. D. You can hand in the papers by Friday. 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. Question 49: You are not in my situation. You don’t understand my feeling. A. As long as you are in my situation, you will understand my feeling. B. If only you were in my situation and you understand my feeling. C. I wish you were in my situation and could understand my feeling. D. You are not in my situation. Otherwise you could have understood my feeling. Question 50: I strongly disapprove of your behaviour. I will help you this time. A. While I strongly disapprove of your behaviour, but I will help you this time. B. No matter how strongly I disapprove of your behavior, I will help you this time. C. However I strongly disapprove of your behaviour, I will help you this time. D. Much as I will help you this time, I strongly disapprove of your behaviour.
  7. ĐỀ SỐ 2 5/5/2021 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. Question 1: A. thinks B. plays C. meets D. laughs Question 2: A. wonder B. overload C. solar D. piano 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. Question 3: A. worksheet B. scary C. aware D. sculpture Question 4: A. suspicious B. distressful C. confidence D. extinction Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. Question 5: Let's go out for a drink after work, _______? A. will you B. shall we C. won't you D. don't we Question 6: Patients' names _______ to protect their privacy. A. was changed B. will have changed C. have been changed D. had been changed Question 7: The smell is very familiar _______ everyone who lives near a bakery. A. to B. with C. in D. about Question 8: _______ the seriousness of the problems we are facing, we give priority to them. A. To recognize B. Having recognized C. Recognize D. Being recognized Question 9: When I was walking along the beach, I met a(n) _______ girl who asked me how to hire a boat. A. young beautiful tall Russian B. beautiful tall young Russian C. Russian beautiful young tall D. beautiful young tall Russian Question 10: - "May I speak to your manager Mr Williams at five o'clock tonight?" - "I'm sorry. Mr Williams _______ to a conference long before then." A. will have gone B. had gone C. would have gone D. has gone Question 11: I almost missed my flight _______ there was a long queue in the duty-free shop. A. because B. because of C. although D. in spite of Question 12: I'm acting as deputy _______. A. if the boss were away B. in case the boss is away C. while the boss is away. D. as the boss was away. Question 13: _______, the more worried I felt. A. The darker it got B. When it got darker C. Getting darker and darker D. Darker and darker it got Question 14: _______ have speeded up our lives so much that they often leave us feeling stressed and tired. A. Invent B. Inventions C. Inventor D. Inventive Question 15: Deborah is going to take extra lessons to _______ what she missed while she was away. A. catch up on B. cut down on C. put up with D. take up with Question 16: Some women _______ a deliberate choice to rear a child alone. A. make B. take C. have D. do Question 17: Human facial expressions differ from those of animals in the degree to which they can be _______ controlled and modified. A. deliberately B. noticeably C. delicately D. instinctively Question 18: He said he would sell my bike and bring me back the profits, but he sold me a bill of _______ -I never heard from him again! A. goods B. things C. trappings D. chattels
  8. Question 19: His camera was _______ because he had brought it into the country illegally. A. confiscated B. deprived C. extorted D. subtracted 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. Question 20: Your plan looks good. I hope it will really work. It’s time to implement it and see if it's as brilliant as you claim. A. carry out B. take apart C. join in D. put off Question 21: They decided to go on a trip together to consolidate their relationship, but it didn't help at all. A. strengthen B. disconnect C. destroy D. concentrate 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. Question 22: If you want to solve the problem, you’ll have to put your thinking cap on. A. hardly think B. always think C. think seriously D. think openly Question 23: I'm a bit wary of giving people my address when I don't know them very well. A. trustful B. upset C. cautious D. supportive Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the option that best completes each of the following exchanges. Question 24: - "Hi, Biden. How have you been?" -" _______ " A. I’ve been to Bangkok recently. B. Oh, pretty good. And you? C. Badly. And how are you? D. Oh, I’ve done a lot of things. Question 25: - "Would you like to go to the coffee shop with me this afternoon?" -" _______ " A. How do you do? B. Yes, I'd love to. C. Don't worry about that. D. Take care. 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 to 30. Mass tourism involves huge numbers of people going to the same resort often at the same time of year. It is a popular form of tourism and is often (26) _______ through ready-made holiday packages. The traditional sun, sea and sand holiday to the Spanish Costas is an example of mass tourism. Specialised tourism is the provision of customised tourism (27) _______ that cater to the specific interests of groups and individuals. An individualised tour itinerary with a chauffeur and your own tour guide is an example of specialised tourism. There are three main reasons (28) _______ people travel - for leisure, for business or to visit friends and relatives. Destinations are often geared towards one type of tourism; for example a beach resort will appeal mainly to leisure tourists, (29) _______ a purpose-built conference resort will appeal mainly to business tourists. Business tourists tend to visit urban areas whereas leisure visitors tend to find countryside locations offer the best facilities for recreational activities. Those visiting friends and relatives have no control over the nature of the destination they will visit; it will very (30) _______ depend on where the people they are visiting live. (www.cambridge.org > flies > Travel_and...) Question 26: A. sold B. offered C. presented D. given Question 27: A. businesses B. actions C. activities D. travels Question 28: A. what B. which C. that D. why Question 29: A. since B. otherwise C. though D. whereas Question 30: A. many B. much C. a few D. a little 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 31 to 35. Expanding the planet's protected natural areas to safeguard vanishing forests and other ecosystems, and the species they protect, is unlikely to be effective on its own as human encroachment into reserves grows, scientists warned Tuesday. A study by Cambridge University researchers, which looked at thousands of conservation areas in more than 150 countries, found that, on average, protected designation is not reducing human encroachment in
  9. vulnerable areas. Both chronic underfunding of efforts to protect the land, and a lack of engagement with local communities that live there are hurting conservation efforts, they found. Creating protected areas is "a type of intervention that we know can work, we know is absolutely essential for conserving biodiversity, at a time in this world's history where it has never been under higher pressure," said lead author Jonas Geldmann. "But despite that we are seeing that some of our protected areas are not managing to mitigate or stop that increasing pressure," said Geldmann, of the University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute. One-sixth of the globe now falls within protected areas, the study noted. Those include national parks, nature reserves and wilderness areas, according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature's World Database on Protected Areas. Such protected areas are vital for preserving diverse ecosystems, and helping to curb climate change by conserving carbon- sequestering forests and other vegetation. The United Nations Environment Program estimates protected areas hold 15% of the carbon stored on land. "Protected areas are one of the most important things that we can do to stem the loss of biodiversity and to help solve the climate crisis," said Andrew Wetzler, managing director of the U.S.- based Natural Resources Defense Council's nature program. "The destruction of natural habitat is the single biggest driver of extinction." (Source: https://www.voanews.com/) Question 31: Which best serves as the title for the passage? A. Protected status not enough to guard threatened nature. B. Destruction of nature as dangerous as climate change. C. Damaged and threatened national natural landmarks. D. Conservation status and history of threatened species. Question 32: According to paragraph 1, what is mentioned as one of the problems for natural conservation? A. Unauthorized access of motor vehicles. B. Widespread abandonment of the area. C. Continually insufficient financial provision. D. Post-fire invasion of pyrophytes species. Question 33: The word "it" in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to _______. A. time B. history C. intervention D. biodiversity Question 34: According to paragraph 3, how much land do the total preserved zones in the world account for? A. Above 60% of the terrain area. B. Nearly 17% of the earth surface. C. Approximately 15% of the globe. D. One-sixteenth of the hydrosphere. Question 35: The word “stem” in paragraph 4 refers to _______. A. stalk B. restrict C. spring D. originate 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 to 42. The name is a bit of a mouthful, but cultural appropriation happens when a dominant culture takes things from another culture that is experiencing oppression. Cultural exchange is different from cultural appropriation. Things like tea, gunpowder and pasta have been shared between different cultures throughout history. These 'borrowings' aren’t the same as cultural appropriation, because they don't involve power. When dominant groups take from an oppressed group, we're dealing with appropriation, not cultural exchange. Cultural appropriation is also very different from assimilation. 'Assimilation' describes what happens when minority cultures are forced to adopt features from a dominant culture in order to fit in. When we look at a culture that's experiencing oppression, it's often a result of colonisation, where a dominant group has claimed ownership of the land and its people. When the dominant group continues to steal aspects of the non-dominant culture, it continues the economic oppression and disadvantage of that culture. In Australia, there are cases where white Australian businesses have stolen Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
  10. artworks for use on T-shirts and souvenirs. This allows the dominant culture to make money from the non- dominant culture, without benefiting the original artists. Cultural appropriation also has a nasty habit of giving the dominant group credit for aspects of a culture that they have taken, reinforcing the power imbalance between the two groups. For example, Kylie Jenner was credited with starting an 'edgy' new hair trend, while black actress Zendaya faced criticism for wearing her hair the same way. What's interesting about this, is that Zendaya's natural hair was seen as a negative. But Kylie Jenner, a person with no ties to black culture, was given credit for taking something that wasn't hers. Cultural appropriation creates stereotypes. The Native American chief, the Japanese geisha or the Arab sheikh can be examples of stereotypes that pop up during Halloween. When people from dominant cultures 'dress up' like this, it reduces something of cultural significance to a costume just so that the dominant group can have 'a bit of fun'. It also keeps these kinds of stereotypes going. There are times when it's encouraged to try something from a different culture. Being invited to an Indian wedding where the hosts are cool with you wearing traditional clothing is not cultural appropriation. (Source: https://au.reachout.com/) Question 36: What is the main topic of the passage? A. Cross-cultural exchange. B. Cultural exploitation. C. Cultural appreciation. D. Cultural appropriation. Question 37: According to paragraph 1, what can be suggested about cultural exchange, cultural appropriation and assimilation? A. Cultural exchange and assimilation are the subcategories of cultural appropriation. B. Cultural exchange happens when different cultures come together on an equal footing. C. The three practices involve dominant cultures taking some features from minority ones. D. Cultural assimilation is practiced to ensure survival and to avoid discrimination. Question 38: The word "it” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to _______. A. group B. ownership C. land D. oppression Question 39: The word "ties” in paragraph 3 refers to _______. A. strings B. friendships C. ropes D. connections Question 40: According to the passage, which is NOT true about cultural appropriation? A. It does not give people credit for their own culture. B. It continues the oppression of the non-dominant culture. C. It is the savior of a cultural product that has faded away. D. It adds to stereotypes faced by non-dominant cultures. Question 41: Which statements is TRUE, according to the passage? A. Cultural appreciation is the forceful adoption of certain elements from another culture. B. Being invited to take part by people from that culture is not cultural appropriation. C. A non-dominant culture is the most visible and accepted culture within a society. D. Oppression is just one-on-one behaviour and not a form of structural discrimination. Question 42: The word "cool” in paragraph 5 is closest in meaning to _______. A. okay B. keen C. fresh D. quiet 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. Question 43: It is imperative that a graduate student maintains a grade point average of "B” in his major field. A B C D Question 44: Every month, I usually buy monthly bus tickets because it are much cheaper and more convenient. A B C D
  11. Question 45: Mass production is the manufacture of machineries and other articles in standard sizes A B C and large numbers. D 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. Question 46: They began investigating the reasons for the accident 3 days ago. A. The last time they investigated the reasons for the accident was 3 days ago. B. It's 3 days since they last investigated the reasons for the accident. C. They have investigated the reasons for the accident 3 days ago. D. They have investigated the reasons for the accident for 3 days. Question 47: “Why don’t we go out to have a coffee?", said he. A. He invited me to go out to have a coffee. B. He reminded me to go out to have a coffee. C. He suggested that we should go out to have a coffee. D. He encouraged me to go out to have a coffee. Question 48: It's unnecessary for you to book the tickets in advance. A. You mustn't book the tickets in advance. B. You can't book the tickets in advance. C. You needn't book the tickets in advance. D. You shouldn’t book the tickets in advance. 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. Question 49: She did not study hard at school. She now regrets that. A. She regretted not studying hard at school. B. She wished she had studied hard at school. C. If only she had studied hard at school, then she doesn't regret now. D. If she had studied hard at school, she would regret now. Question 50: The prices went up too much. The couple couldn’t afford a new car. A. Had the prices not gone up too much, the couple could have afforded a new car. B. The prices did not go up too much, so the couple could afford a new car. C. The couple managed to afford a new car even though the prices went up. D. High as the prices were, the couple afforded a new car in the end.
  12. ĐỀ SỐ 3 NGÀY 12/5/2021 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. Question 1: A. toured B. jumped C. solved D. rained Question 2: A. post B. role C. dome D. loch 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. Question 3: A. impose B. childcare C. access D. curfew Question 4: A. graduate B. organise C. emission D. confidence Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. Question 5: I think I’ll ______ a visit to Louvre museum while I’m in Paris this summer. A. drop B. raise C. bring D. pay Question 6: This sort of test is supposed to be _______ because the marking is not affected by individual preferences. A. impersonal B. objective C. subjective D. unspecified Question 7: Modern computers can hold huge amounts of information, _______ ? A. were they B. can’t they C. did they D. don’t they Question 8: Several people were hurt in the accident but only one _______ to hospital. A. was taken B. was taking C. has taken D. has been taking Question 9: You were very rude to Uncle Tom. Don’t you think you should apologize _______ him? A. with B. to C. for D. before Question 10: The more she sleeps, _______ she becomes. A. laziest B. the laziest C. lazier D. the lazier Question 11: She wore a _______ dress that made her more pretty. A. long white wedding B. long wedding white C. white long wedding D. wedding white long Question 12: Mr. Nam _______ many items in his grocery since he moved to this area. A. will sell B. has sold C. sells D. was selling Question 13: At 84 he’s still quite active _______ he walks with the aid of a stick. A. since B. moreover C. although D. instead of Question 14: It may be many years _______ . A. if the situation improved B. when the situation had improved C. before the situation improves D. because the situation will improve Question 15: _______ his composition, Louie handed it to his teacher. A. To write B. Being written C. Having written D. Wrote Question 16: An unexpected surge in _______ power caused the computer to crash. A. electricity B. electrical C. electrically D. electrify Question 17: The firm was badly in need of restructuring when she _______ . A. took over B. took up C. looked over D. looked up Question 18: Five years after her debut, the diminutive star of the Royal Ballet has the world at her _______. A. heads B. hands C. feet D. shoulders Question 19: These melodious folk songs are generally _______ to Smith, a very important musician of the century. A. devoted B. contributed C. composed D. ascribed 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. Question 20: After the party I collected up bottles from various parts of the house. 1
  13. A. diverse B. current C. public D. formal Question 21: Accumulations of sand can be formed by the action of waves on coastal beaches. A. Requirement B. Acquisition C. Inquiry D. Acknowledgement 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. Question 22: It is extremely unlikely that the new owner would want to make people redundant. A. softly B. strictly C. speedily D. probably Question 23: Don’t get angry with such a thing. It’s only a storm in a teacup. A. commercial tension B. trivial thing C. serious problem D. financial issue Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the option that best completes each of the following exchanges. Question 24: Quang is asking Bach about the questions in the test. Quang: “Was any of the questions difficult for you?” - Bach: “ _______ ” A. No, I’m not. B. The second one. C. No one. D. Please ask me again. Question 25: Minh is asking his mother about attending a Chinese language course. Minh: “Do I have to take that Chinese language course?” - Minh’s mother: “ _______ ” A. It’s up to you. B. Welcome to China. C. Thank you. D. No, you have to. 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 to 30. Human beings have become an increasingly powerful environmental force over the last 10,000 years. With the advent of agriculture (26) _______ started about 8,000 years ago, we began to change the land. And with the industrial revolution, we began to (27) _______ our atmosphere. The recent increase in the world’s population has magnified the effects of our agricultural and economic activities. But the growth in world population has masked what may be an even more important human-environmental interaction: (28) _______ the world’s population is doubling, the world’s urban population is tripling. Within the next few years, more than half the world’s population will be living in urban areas. The level and growth of urbanization differ considerably by region. Among developing countries, Latin American countries have the highest proportion of their population living in urban areas. But East and South Asia are likely to have the fastest growth (29) _______ in the next 30 years. Almost all of future world population growth will be in towns and cities. (30) _______ the increase in and the redistribution of the earth’s population are likely to affect the natural systems of the earth and the interactions between the urban environments and populations. Question 26: A. where B. that C. when D. who Question 27: A. release B. insist C. apply D. affect Question 28: A. While B. After C. Though D. Unless Question 29: A. ratios B. percentages C. rates D. proportions Question 30: A. Both B. Either C. Each D. Some 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 31 to 35. A few months ago, a group of scientists warned about the rise of “extinction denial,” an effort much like climate denial to mischaracterize the extinction crisis and suggest that human activity isn’t really having a damaging effect on ecosystems and the whole planet. That damaging effect is, in reality, impossible to deny. This past year, scientists and conservation organizations declared that a long list of species may have gone extinct, including dozens of frogs, orchids and fish. Most of these species haven’t been seen in decades, despite frequent and regular expeditions to find out if they still exist. The causes of these extinctions range from diseases to invasive species to habitat loss, but most boil down to human behavior. One of the first papers of 2020 to report any extinction announced the probable loss of 17 percent of Bangladesh’s 187 known orchid species. Some of these still exist in other countries, but even regional extinctions (or extirpations, as they’re called) tell us that we’ve taken a toll on our ecological habitats. A similar 2
  14. paper published just days later suggested that nine more orchid species from Madagascar may have also gone extinct. One of the few extinctions of 2020 received much media attention, and it’s easy to see why. Handfish are an unusual group of species whose front fins look somewhat like human appendages, which they use to walk around the ocean floor. The smooth species, which hasn’t been seen since 1802, lived off the coast of Tasmania and was probably common when it was first collected by naturalists. Bottom fishing, pollution, habitat destruction, bycatch and other threats are all listed as among the probable reasons for its extinction. Even though the local fishery collapsed more than 50 years ago, the remaining handfish species are still critically endangered, so this extinction should serve as an important wake-up call to save them. (Adapted from https://www.scientificamerican.com/) Question 31. Which of the following could be the main idea of the passage? A. Human activities are not the primary cause of species extinction. B. Myriad flora and fauna species may have become extinction recently. C. The negative effects of extinction crisis are increasing. D. Plants are more vulnerable than animals. Question 32. The word “they” in paragraph 2 refers to _______ . A. expeditions B. decades C. species D. scientists Question 33. Which of the following is TRUE? A. It’s likely to find the extinct orchid species beyond the borders of Bangladesh. B. Deforestation may cause some diseases to kill the invasive species. C. The price for our modern society is the increasing loss in ecological habitats. D. Bottom fishing and accidental entrapment only affect big marine species. Question 34. According to the last paragraph, handfish _______ . A. are raised for recreation. B. resemble human’s ancestor. C. are threatened by naturalists D. live on the seabed. Question 35. The word “collapsed” in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to _______ . A. closed down B. gave up C. put off D. took over 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. Question 36: Some families go without medical treatment because of their disability to pay. A. Some B. go without C. treatment D. disability Question 37: When I was a girl, I walk five miles to school every day. A. When B. walk C. miles D. every day Question 38: Many miners have suffered from the effects of coal dust in his lungs. A. suffered B. the C. coal D. his 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. Question 39: Perhaps they will build a new supermarket here. A. They may build a new supermarket here. B. They should build a new supermarket here. C. They mustn’t build a new supermarket here. D. They needn’t build a new supermarket here. Question 40: He last spoke Chinese one year ago. A. He didn’t speak Chinese one year ago. B. He has spoken Chinese for one year. C. He spoke Chinese for one year. D. He hasn’t spoken Chinese for one year. Question 41: “Let’s go for a walk today?” said Jane. A. Jane promised to go for a walk today. B. Jane suggested going for a walk that day. 3
  15. C. Jane agreed to go for a walk that day. D. Jane admitted going for a walk today. 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. Question 42: We are too busy with chores. We really want to go camping now. A. As long as we weren’t busy with chores, we will be able to go camping. B. If we aren’t busy with chores, we can go camping now. C. We wish we weren’t busy with chores and could go camping now. D. If only we hadn’t been busy with chores and could have gone camping. Question 43: There was an explosion. The plane then dropped from the sky. A. No sooner had there been an explosion, the plane dropped from the sky. B. Had the plane dropped from the sky, there would be an explosion. C. Only after an explosion did the plane drop from the sky. D. Having dropped from the sky, there was an explosion. 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 44 to 50. Nowadays, most people realize that it’s risky to use credit card numbers online. However, from time to time, we all use passwords and government ID numbers on the Internet. We think we are safe, but that may not be true! A new kind of attack is being used by dishonest people to steal IDs and credit card numbers from innocent websurfers. This new kind of attack is called “phishing.” Phishing sounds the same as the word “fishing,” and it implies that a thief is trying to lure people into giving away valuable information. Like real fishermen, phishers use bait in the form of great online deals or services. For example, phishers might use fake emails and false websites to con people into revealing credit card numbers, account usernames, and passwords. They imitate well- known banks, online sellers, and credit card companies. Successful phishers may convince as many as five percent of the people they contact to respond and give away their personal financial information. Is this really a big problem? Actually, tricking five percent of the online population is huge! Currently, more than 350 million people have access to the Internet, and seventy-five percent of those Internet users live in the wealthiest countries on Earth. It has been estimated that phishers send more than three billion scam messages each year. Even by tricking only five percent of the people, phishers can make a lot of money. Since there is so much money to make through this kind of scam, it has caught the interest of more than just small-time crooks. Recently, police tracked down members of an organized phishing group in Eastern Europe, who had stolen hundreds of thousands of dollars from people online. The group created official- looking email messages requesting people to update their personal information at an international bank’s website. However, the link to the bank in the message actually sent people to the phishers’ fake website. To make matters worse, further investigation revealed that this group had connections to a major crime gang in Russia. How can innocent people protect themselves? Above all, they have to learn to recognize email that has been sent by a phisher. Always be wary of any email with urgent requests for personal financial information. Phishers typically write upsetting or exciting, but fake, statements in their emails so that people will reply right away. Also, messages from phishers will not address recipients by name because they really don’t know who the recipients are yet. On the other hand, valid messages from your bank or other companies you normally deal with will typically include your name. (Adapted from Reading Challenge 3 by Casey Malarcher and Andrea Janzen) Question 44: Which of the following could best serve as the topic of the passage? A. A new type of internet attack. B. Passwords and government ID numbers on the Internet. C. Innocent websurfers and online risks. D. Valuable information shared on the internet. Question 45: The word “lure” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to _______ . A. avert B. obviate C. forestall D. entice 4
  16. Question 46: What does the word “they” in paragraph 2 refer to _______ ? A. credit card numbers, account usernames, and passwords B. people C. fake emails and false websites D. phishers Question 47: According to paragraph 3, why are only 5% of online users tricked a big problem? A. Because these 5% of internet users are the wealthiest people among online population. B. Because the number of online population is myriad and three fourths of them live in rich nations. C. Because the number of scam messages sent to these users is more than three billion. D. Because the personal information these people are tricked is financial. Question 48: As mentioned in paragraph 4, the trick used by phishers in Eastern Europe is _______ . A. creating fake international bank’s website to deceive police’s investigation B. requesting users to update information through official-looking email messages C. connecting people’s personal information to a major crime gang in Russia D. interesting many small-time crooks to organize a phishing group Question 49: The word “revealed” in paragraph 4 mostly means _______ . A. concealed B. suppressed C. divulged D. disguised Question 50: What suggestion is TRUE according to the last paragraph? A. Keep calm and be careful with urgent financial messages without your name. B. You shouldn’t answer any message related to your personal financial information. C. Ask your bank or company if you receive any upsetting or exciting email. D. Be cautious with any email without the name of sender. 5
  17. ĐỀ SỐ 4 (NGÀY 17/5/2021) Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from three in pronunciation in each of the following questions. Question 1: A. bonus B. crop C. both D. cold Question 2: A. troops B. doubts C. months D. ways 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. Question 3: A. impact B. perceive C. design D. project Question 4: A. generation B. approximate C. alternative D. empirical Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. Question 5: She wants to know that what you are doing right there, _______ ? A. does she B. want not she C. doesn’t she D. aren’t they Question 6: At this time tomorrow, her boyfriend _______ a date with her for ten years. A. will be making B. will have been making C. have been making D. has been making Question 7: He remained at Stuttgart for some years as Russian minister and _______ adviser of the crown princess. A. confident B. confidence C. confidential D. confided Question 8: Her mood improved, Deidre returned to her penthouse with newfound resolve to _______ the last few months of her life. A. give off B. take on C. take in D. give in Question 9: Even when people do things for you and give you things that you don't actually want, you must always remember that it's the _______ that counts. A. thought B. idea C. mind D. commemoration Question 10: She has _______ eyes, so she is really different from others. A. big glassy blue B. glassy blue big C. blue big glassy D. glassy big blue Question 11: _______ as The Global Ambassador of YGL, Rosé considered it as a challenge for her to improve herself in the public eye. A. One choosing B. Be chosen C. Having chosen D. Having been chosen Question 12: _______ we climb, the steeper the mountain became A. highest B. the higher C. higher D. the highest Question 13: He longed to get into that water, _______ dirty it might be, and he glanced round at the pool from whence came sounds of shrieks with laughter. A. although B. though C. however D. as Question 14: Volcanoes have not only made the continents, they are also thought to _______ the world’s first stable atmosphere. A. make B. have made C. have been made D. making Question 15: She knew it was a _______ that in the depth of his soul he was glad she was remaining at home and had not gone away. A. proof B. root C. evidence D. witness Question 16: It comprises 10,000 acres of high moorland, with beautiful, _______ wild scenery. A. unharmed B. undamaged C. unspoilt D. uninjured Question 17: My friend read the first page of this book _______. A. when he felt the frightening feeling running in his bones B. As soon as he feels the frightening feeling running in his bones C. After he had felt frightening feeling running in his bones
  18. D. Until he was feeling frightening feeling running in his bones Question 18: While she was pregnant, her husband waited _______ her hand and foot. A. for B. in C. at D. on Question 19: Spending several weeks on holiday together has _______ their friendship between Jack and Jucy. A. cemented B. spoiled C. improved D. accepted 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. Question 20: Her father is an incredible man, who lived through the worst of wars, the great depression, and lost both his parents at a young age. A. ridiculous B. tedious C. lavish D. remarkable Question 21: We found that walking for utilitarian purposes significantly improves your health, and that those types of walking trips are easier to bring into your daily routine. A. realistic B. sensible C. opulent D. sick 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. Question 22: The band had a hugely popular single in the '80s, but they fell off the radar soon afterward. A. the grand ones in the moment period but taken on more and more. B. the success that happened within one time after that. C. drew a blank in one’s mind about the break-out of the music group. D. got icon rhythm into every single person in some moment Question 23: Every breath we inhale feeds our body and nourishes our mind. With every exhalation, we expel unwanted molecules and negative energy. A. nurture B. commence C. absorb D. relegate Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the option that best completes each of the following exchanges. Question 24: Choi and Mingyu are discussing the topic they are present in the middle semester exam. Mingyu: “I recommend that this topic should focus on nearly vocabulary than grammar, what do you think about that, Choi” Choi: “_______” A. Have it your way B. Suit yourself C. Help yourself D. I can’t agree with you Question 25: Jennie and Rosé are planning to invite many people to join in their feast Rosé: “I want everyone in my company will be taken aback by the things arranged today, Jennie” Jennie: “_______” A. Yeah, I think so B. Oh really? C. Oh yes whatever you say D. hmm, as you wish 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. Question 26: She started to work as a journalist three months ago. A. She has worked as journalist for three months. B. She started to work as a journalist for three months. C. She hasn’t worked as a journalist for three months. D. She didn’t start to work as a journalist three months ago. Question 27: “Would you like to stay for dinner?” she asked me. A. She insisted me on staying for dinner. B. She invited me to stay for dinner. C. She promised me to stay for dinner.
  19. D. She ordered me to stay for dinner. Question 28: It’s not good for you to eat so much sugar every day. A. You needn’t eat so much sugar every day. B. You must eat so much sugar every day. C. You may eat so much sugar every day. D. You shouldn’t eat so much sugar every day. 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. Question 29: Nga doesn’t have a new computer. She really needs it to finish her thesis early. A. Nga wishes she had a new computer and could finish her thesis early. B. As long as Nga has a new computer, she will be able to finish her thesis early. C. Nga not only has a new computer but she also needs to finish her thesis early. D. Before Nga has a new computer, she needs to finish her thesis early. Question 30: The new generation of computers is powerful. It can process faster than any earlier models. A. Not until the new generation of computers had processed faster than any earlier models was it powerful. B. So powerful is the new generation of computers that it can process faster than any earlier models. C. But for the new powerful generation of computers, it would have processed faster than any earlier models. D. Only if the new generation of computers were powerful could it process faster than any earlier models. 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. Question 31: My friends are always gossiping about my new boyfriend, which make me so irritated. A. are always B. gossiping about C. make D. irritated Question 32: Everyone has its own ideas about the best way to bring up children. A. his B. about C. way D. children Question 33: Building a new road in this area could be environmentally damaged. Therefore central and local government should have taken action to protect our planet. A. environmentally B. damaged C. taken D. protect 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. Ecotourism The primary aim of ecotourism is to educate the traveler and bring him or her closer to nature. Participants are given the chance to visit parts of the world (34) _______ are untouched by human intervention and to engage in conversation work and various other kinds of environmental projects. Visitors benefit by gaining an appreciation of natural habitats and an (35) _______ into the impact of human beings on the environment. Local communities gain financially but also in (36) ways, since not only monuments but other buildings as well, such as bridges or windmills, are restored in order to attract more visitors. (37) _______, there are also disadvantages to this type of tourism. There have been cases in which tourism has been allowed to develop with no control or limits. As a result, (38) _______ cultures have been affected or even threatened by foreign lifestyles. Many people today support that our approach to the development of ecotourism has to be reconsidered. It is essential that this type of tourism be environmentally, socially and culturally friendly. 34. A. who B. that C. when D. why 35. A. advent B. intent C. access D. insight 36. A. other B. another C. every D. one 37. A. Although B. Therefore C. However D. Moreover 38. A. primary B. peculiar C. indigenous D. exotic
  20. 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. Cities, not nation states, are the dominant form of human civilization in the 21st century. Humanity transitioned from a rural to a primarily urban species - homo urbanis – at breathtaking speed. In the early 1800s, less than 3% of the world's population lived in cities; today, more than half of the global population is urban and by 2050, the proportion will rise to three quarters. There are thousands of small and medium-sized cities along with more than 30 megacities and sprawling, networked metropolitan areas with 15 million residents or more. Yet despite these massive transformations in how people live and interact, our international affairs are still largely dictated by national states, not cities. Cities are beginning to flex their muscles on the international stage. They are already displacing nation states as the central nodes of the global economy, generating close to 80% of global GDP. Cities like New York and Tokyo are bigger in GDP terms than many G-20 countries. Metropolitan regions and special economic zones are linking global cities through transnational supply chains. A growing number of mega-regions, such as those linking cities in Mexico and the U.S., transcend borders. In the process, cities are collectively forging common regional plans, trading partnerships, and infrastructure corridors. The spectacular rise of cities did not happen by accident. Cities channel creativity, connect human capital, and when well governed, they drive growth. That many cities and their residents are rolling up their sleeves and getting things done - where nations have failed - are grounds for optimism. In the future, we hope that it is our proximate, accountable, and empowered city leaders who will define our fates. Question 39: What is the passage mainly about? A. History of cities all over the world B. Types of cities in the world C. Contributions of cities to the world D. The not-to-distant future of cities Question 40: Which of the following is NOT true according to the writer? A. Humanity transitioned from a rural to a primarily urban species at breathtaking speed. B. Cities are the dominant form of human civilization in the 21st century. C. There is a tendency for cities to connect to form large urban regions. D. People should not be too optimistic about the future of cities. Question 41: The phrase "flex their muscles" in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to _______. A. show their strength B. change their attitudes C. leave their side D. find their ways Question 42: Would the following sentence best be placed at the end of which paragraph? This is neither fair nor rational. A. Paragraph 1 B. Paragraph 2 C. Paragraph 3 D. Paragraph 4 Question 43: The word "they” in paragraph 4 refers to _______. A. plans B. partnerships C. cities D. residents 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. The roles of higher education in sustainable economic and social development increase year by year, and this will continue over the next decades. Higher education can be seen as a focal point of knowledge and its application, an institution which makes a great contribution to the economic growth and development through fostering innovation and increasing higher skills. It is looked as a way to improve the quality of life and address major social and global challenges. Higher education is broadly defined as one of key drivers of growth performance, prosperity and competitiveness. Business has changed over the last decade. There are a lot of jobs today that failed to exist several decades ago. The 2017 McKinsey report estimated that 49 percent of time spent on recurrent work activities worldwide could be automated using existing technologies. The requirements on employee’s skills have also changed. Modern universities provide their students with various programmes aimed at preparing them for different economic sectors, helping them to stay and progress in the labour market for long, programmes that make a
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