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Người gửi: Ngô Xuân Thọ
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ĐỀ THI TỐT NGHIỆP TRUNG HỌC PHỔ THÔNG NĂM 2022
Bài thi: NGOẠI NGỮ; Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH
Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút; không kể thời gian phát đề


Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of the primary stress in each of the following questions.
Question 1: A. hostile B. hotel C. hourglass D. honest
Question 2: A. chocolate B. difference C. identity D. vegetable
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 3: A. meet B. free C. prefer D. repeat
Question 4: A. coughed B. ploughed C. laughed D. roughed
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 5: Would you care for __________________ cup of tea?
A. other B. more C. one other D. one more
Question 6: John, you know what I feel for you and I've told you enough times, _______________?
A. don't you B. don't I C. doesn't he D. haven't I
Question 7: To become a good teacher, you have to have such a lot of ________ when you're dealing with kids.
A. patient B. patience C. patients D. impatience
Question 8: I think our guests will ________________.
A. be here shortly B. shortly be here C. here be shortly D. here shortly be
Question 9: We have much to ____________ today, so please concentrate.
A. discuss B. discuss about C. discuss over D. discuss with
Question 10: __________________ Tom's opposition, we would have agreed to the contract.
A. But for B. If hadn't it been for C. If it hadn't had D. Hadn't it been for
Question 11: _______________, the woman was visibly happy after the birth of her child.
A. Tired though she is B. She being tired C. Despite being tired D. Though was tired
Question 12: ___________ all the lights and other electric devices, the student left the classroom.
A. Having been turned off B. Turning off
C. To have turned off D. Having turned off
Question 13: The entire staff was thrown off _______ when the news of the takeover was announced.
A. stable B. balance C. composure D. disarray
Question 14: Micelle looked really sunburnt. She must have been _______________ in the sun for long.
A. screening B. wading C. swimming D. bathing
Question 15: When his parents are away for wok, his oldest brother _________.
A. is in the same boat B. calls the shots C. draws the line D. knocks it off
Question 16: I made it quite clear that I had no ________________ of selling the portrait.
A. aim B. intention C. meaning D. purpose
Question 17: By the end of this year, they _____________ on that bridge for more than a decade.
A. will work B. will be working C. will have worked D. have work
Question 18: Most educators today consider computer literacy _________ a necessary addition to the basic scholastic requirements.
A. being B. to be C. having been D. be
Question 19: I remember you have ever said that you like her, __________?
A. don't I B. haven't you C. don't you D. have you
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.
Question 20: “What's the best place to have lunch?”
-: “_________________.”
A. I'll have a soup, please B. There's a great restaurant at the street corner
C. I usually eat lunch at twelve there D. Twelve would be convenient for us
Question 21: “I've got an earache in this ear. I couldn't sleep last night because it was so painful.”
-: “___________”
A. Let me check your temperature…. Yes, it's higher than normal.
B. Drink lots of water and come back if you don't feel better.
C. Let me have a look …… ah …. Yes, it's very red in there.
D. Well, you should take this medicine twice a day. It's good for a sore throat.
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 22: The fire was so important to early cultures that scientists now study it to learn more about
A B C
ancient civilizations.
D
Question 23: Perhaps the most distinctive features of insects and undoubtedly one of the most important
A B
reasons for their success is their quite well-developed sensory system.
C D
Question 24: Unless the money is returned, we shall shortly be contacting our lawful department.
A B C D
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 25: He said he had never come across such a pleasing painting.
A. run into B. bump into C. cross his path D. hook up
Question 26: John was in the news during the latter part of the Watergate scandal.
A. former B. second C. eventual D. end
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 27: The Beatles were a phenomenon – nobody had heard anything like them before.
A. success B. wonder C. disastrous D. failure
Question 28: This task is not rocket science. Just focus on observing this reaction and you can reach a conclusion on chemical properties of bronze.
A. difficult B. uncomplicated C. effortless D. trivial
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.
While many behaviors and practices associated with going green are designed to save money, there are certain ways in which green living can actually be moderately to very expensive. Much of the technology associated with green (29) ___________provides benefits to the environment but often at a much higher cost than their traditional counterparts. For instance, the use of solar panels can potentially save you money on your energy bills, but they can (30) ______________ thousands of dollars to install. Energy-efficient appliances are designed to use less electricity and water but they often come with a high price tag.
Going green can also potentially have a negative effect on the environment. (31) ______________, the development of alternative fuels is an innovation in the green movement in an effort to reduce reliance on (32) ___________ natural resources. While these fuels are intended to reduce the toxic emissions caused by the burning of traditional gasoline, they may have unintentionally caused the opposite effect. One of these alternative fuels, E85, actually gives (33) ___________ more ozone into the atmosphere than traditional fuel. While ozone is a natural part of the Earth's upper atmosphere, if it becomes concentrated in the lower atmosphere, it can potentially increase air pollution in areas where smog is a concern, which can in turn impact the health of those living in these areas.
Question 29: A. living B. lives C. live D. lively
Question 30: A. spend B. take C. cost D. charge
Question 31: A. Such as B. However C. In addition D. For example
Question 32: A. advanced B. alternative C. nonstop D. nonrenewable
Question 33: A. out B. away C. off D. in
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 34 to 38.
May 1 is marked as International Labour Day, also referred as May Day. The day celebrates labourers and the working class. Labour Day is an annual public holiday in many countries. It is also referred as International Workers' Day or just Worker's Day.
During industrialization in beginning of the 19th Century, the industrialists used to exploit the labour class and made them work up to 15 hours a day. The workers in the U.S. rose against this exploitation and demanded paid leaves, proper wages and breaks for the workforce. The eight-hour day labour movement advocated eight hours for work, eight hours for recreation, and eight hours for rest. The Labour Day annually celebrates the achievements of the workers.
The day has different story for different places. May 1 was chosen to be International Workers' Day to commemorate the 1886 Haymarket affair in Chicago. In that year, on May 1, there was a general strike for the eight-hour workday. On May 4, the police acted to disperse a public assembly in support of the strike when an unidentified person threw a bomb. The police responded by firing on the workers. The event lead to several deaths. The incident is remembered as the Haymarket affair, or the Haymarket massacre. The place in Haymarket Square where the incident happened was designated a Chicago Landmark in 1992.
Labour Day or May Day has been a focal point of protests by various socialist and communist groups and is an important holiday in communist countries like China, North Korea, Cuba and the former Soviet Union countries. In India, the first Labour day or May Day was celebrated in the year 1923. It was the Labour Kisan Party who had organised the May Day celebrations in Chennai (then Madras).
Question 34: What is main topic of the passage?
A. The birth of the day dedicated to workers. B. Holidays that fall on Mondays.
C. Why and how Labour Day is celebrated. D. The rights of working class.
Question 35: The word “It” in paragraph 1 refers to _______.
A. workforce B. Labour Day C. public holiday D. working class
Question 36: According to paragraph 2, what is the origin of May Day being described?
A. Labour Day dates back to the late 1900s when the heavy industries were blooming.
B. Worker's Day beginning was linked with the advent of class consciousness.
C. Labour Day has its origins in the labour union movement in the United States.
D. Worker's Day concept has been brewing since the dawn of capitalism.
Question 37: According to paragraph 3, what is NOT correct about the incident of Haymarket?
A. Many people were killed when the police intervened by random gunfire.
B. The Haymarket tragedy inspired generations of rightist activists.
C. The Haymarket riot happened in the late 1800s in Chicago.
D. A bomb was thrown by an individual never positively identified.
Question 38: The word “focal” in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to ______.
A. permanent B. leading C. basic D. central
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 39 to 45.
The World Health Organization on Wednesday declared the rapidly spreading coronavirus outbreak a pandemic. Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that “We expect to see the number of cases, the number of deaths, and the number of affected countries climb even higher.”
WHO officials had said earlier they were hesitant to call the outbreak a pandemic in case it led governments and individuals to give up the fight. On Wednesday, they stressed that fundamental public health interventions can still limit the spread of the virus and drive down cases even where it was transmitting widely, as the work of authorities and communities in China, Singapore, and South Korea has shown.
The virus, which probably originated in bats but passed to people via an as yet unrecognized intermediary animal species, is believed to have started infecting people in Wuhan, China, in late November or early December. Since then the virus has raced around the globe. South Korea, which has reported nearly 8,000 cases, also appears poised to bring its outbreak under control with aggressive measures and widespread testing. But other countries have struggled to follow the leads of China and South Korea — a reality that has frustrated WHO officials who have exhorted the world to do everything possible to end transmission of the virus. Tedros used the fact that 90% of the cumulative cases have been reported in just four countries as evidence that the rest of the world still had time to prevent an explosion of cases with action.
WHO officials also stressed that countries should be implementing a strategic combination two types of measures. One involves trying to detect and stop known chains of transmission by isolating cases and following and potentially quarantining their contacts. The other involves community-level steps like social distancing and comes into play when the virus is spreading more broadly and transmission chains can't be tracked. Mike Ryan, the head of the WHO's emergency program, said that the public health interventions might not have straightforward effect, but to slow the spread of the virus. People with severe cases can require long periods of critical care and strain the resources of hospitals. He said he was worried about “the case load, the demand on the health workers, the dangers that come with fatigue, and potentially shortages of personal protective equipment.”
Question 39: Which best serves as the title for the passage?
A. Some contracted with coronavirus get very ill but most don't.
B. What scientists still don't know about coronavirus patients.
C. What governors are doing to tackle spreading coronavirus.
D. The WHO declares the coronavirus outbreak a pandemic.
Question 40: The word “pandemic” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to _______.
A. epidemic B. ebullition C. epizootic D. endemic
Question 41: The word “it” in paragraph 2 refers to _____.
A. outbreak B. spread C. fight D. virus
Question 42: According to paragraph 3, what is NOT mentioned about the virus and its state of spreading?
A. The WHO suggested that all countries can still change the course of this pandemic.
B. The current spreading virus is the second coronavirus to reach pandemic levels.
C. Coronavirus primitively circulates among animals but somehow spreads to human.
D. China is the assumed country of virus origin and where the disease hits the hardest.
Question 43: The word “poised” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to _______.
A. composed B. confident C. excited D. ready
Question 44: According to paragraph 4, what is the objective of the measures mapped out by the WHO?
A. To buy time for the invention of vaccines. B. To stop the virus sharply in its tracks.
C. To avoid an overwhelmed health system. D. To achieve the point of zero transmission.
Question 45: Which of the following can be inferred from the passage?
A. The WHO acknowledged that the virus will likely spread to all countries on the globe.
B. Local factors related to healthcare systems have no effect on the course of the disease.
C. Countries used to an authoritarian government is most suitable to contain the virus.
D. The pandemic is an opportunity to see the backfire of an expensive healthcare system.
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: “Will you give this to Tony when you see him, please?”, he said to me.
A. He asked me if I would give that to Tony when I saw him.
B. He asked me whether I could give that to Tony when he saw me.
C. He asked me to give that to Tony when I saw him.
D. He begged me to give that to Tony when I saw him.
Question 47: All the children will receive a prize, whatever their score in the competition.
A. No matter how their score in the competition is, all the children will receive a prize.
B. Each children will receive a prize no matter what their score is in the competition.
C. Each children will receive a prize no matter how much their score in the competition is.
D. All the children will receive a prize whatever their score in the competition.
Question 48: What a pity! They missed the football match on TV yesterday.
A. They wish they attended the football match on TV yesterday.
B. They wish they had come the football match on TV yesterday.
C. If only they hadn't missed the football match on TV yesterday.
D. If only they would attend the football match on TV yesterday.
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: Mr. Watson is a strict teacher in our school. Do you know him?
A. Do you know him, Mr. Watson is a strict teacher in our school?
B. Do you know Mr. Watson, is a strict teacher in our school?
C. Do you know Mr. Watson, a strict teacher in our school?
D. Do you know a strict teacher in our school is Mr. Watson?
Question 50: Many people start plant-based diets. They want to improve their health.
A. Many people start plant-based diets because they want to improve their health.
B. Many people start plant-based diets although they want to improve their health.
C. Many people start plant-based diets, so they want to improve their health.
D. Many people start plant-based diets, but they want to improve their health.
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