ĐỀ THI THỰC HÀNH-Ngành Tiếng Anh-Đề 2

                                                                                             ĐỀ THI TỐT NGHIỆP

                                                                                        MÔN: Thực hành nghề nghiệp

                                                                           Ngành: Tiếng Anh                                                                                      

                       Đề số 2                                                                 Thời gian làm bài : 75 phút

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A/ Grammar (3 marks) 

Section 1 : Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others :

  1.    a. hall                           b.charm                   c. far                       d.calm
  2.    a.repeat                       b. great                     c. east                    d. cheat
  3.    a. feet                           b. sheep                   c. beer                   d. fee
  4.    a. break                        b. heat                      c. mean                 d.weave
  5.    a.heal                           b. tear                       c. fear                    d. ear

Section 2 : Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others :

  1. a.confidence                    b. supportive           c.solution                     d.obedient
  2. a. difficult                         b. relevant               c. volunteer                  d.interesting
  3. a. knowledge                   b. maximum            c. athletics                    d.marathon
  4. a. refreshment                 b. horrible                c.exciting                      d.intention
  5. a. organize                       b. decorate              c.promise                     d.divorce

Section 3 : You must choose the word or phrase which best completes each sentence.

  1. “Danny is one of the nicest-looking men I know.“ “……….. that, he has a great personality”
  1. Despite              B. In spite of                      C. Beside                      D. Besides

12. “ Does your telephone work now ? “ “ No. It ………………. needs to be fixed.”

  1. already               B. still                                C. yet                            D. before

13. “ A party !” she cried. “ Oh yes, I like ………………. to parties. “

  1. to ask                 B. to be asking                  C. being asked             D. be asked

14. That afternoon Joe White was the most popular player ……………. the field.

  1. on                      B. with                                C. for                            D. among

15. She gets flowers from her neighbour ……………. from her husband.

  1. as usual as        B. also as                           C. as often                   D. as well as

16. He passed the examination ……………. his laziness.

  1. because of         B. because                         C. in spite of                 D. instead of

17. The boys in our team are ……………. younger than the boys in yours.

  1. very                   B. so                                    C. quite                        D. much

18. I won’t sleep well if ……………. in bed for half an hour.

  1. I’m not reading  B. I didn’t read                     C. I don’t read               D. I wasn’t reading

19. He told me to tell you that he’ll be here ……………. a moment.

  1. in                       B. at                                     C. on                             D. from

20. The room was empty, but Tom felt that ……………. was watching him.

  1. anybody            B. nobody                            C. somebody                 D. everybody

21. “ There are only five children, “ she said, “ so we have enough food to go …………….

  1. among               B. around                            C. between                     D. through

22. Who ……………. you to come and see me ?

  1. spoke                 B. said                                C. told                             D. talked

23. He has a very quiet and ……………. life in that big, empty house.

  1. by himself          B. alone                              C. only                             D. lonely

24. He can’t stand ……………. in such poor conditions.

  1. to living              B. living                               C. live                               D. to be alive

25. She asked ……………. of young people to come to her party.

  1. quite a lot           B. so very many                 C. quite too many              D. a very lot

B/ Reading comprehension (7 marks) 

Section 4 : Fill each of the numbered blanks in the following passage. Choose the correct word in each space.

When we speak of weather, we refer to the conditions over a particular area and at a specific time (26)………………reference to sunshine, temperature, wind, rain, and so on. People (27) ……………… enjoy talking about the weather  “ Isn’t the weather nice today ? “or“ Hasn’t the weather been awful “? Are excellent beginnings for informal conversation ? We speak about the weather (28) ………………every day. Before we begin doing something we want to know (29) ……………… kind of weather it is going to be. Why do we speak about the weather so often ? The answer is not difficult. We want sunny weather when we go on picnic, and on a rainy day we (30) ……………… at home reading books, (31) ……………… television or doing other things. Weather conditions are (32) ………………in different parts of the world. In our country, (33) ……………… are four seasons in North Vietnam. They are spring, summer, autumn and winter. In spring, the temperatures are moderate. The blooming trees and flowers (34) ……………… the city and the countryside bright with color. Summer is long and hot. It is the great season for all sports in the open air. Autumn has (35) ……………… mild days and comfortable temperatures. Nature puts on its second display of colour, with the red and yellow of the leaves and the bright fall flowers.

  1. A. about                           B. with                              C. onto                      D. along
  2. A. everything                    B. everytime                    C. everywhere           D. everybody
  3. A. more                             B. many                           C. nearly                   D. almost
  4. A. what                              B. which                           C. when                    D. why
  5. A. staying                           B. stay                             C. stayed                  D. are stayed
  6. A. watches                         B. have watched              C. are watching        D. watching
  7. A. varies                             B. varying                        C. varied                  D. vary
  8. A. there                               B. those                           C. that                     D. these
  9. A. making                            B. make                           C. are made            D. are making
  10. A. better                               B. much                           C. most                   D. many

Section 5 : Read the following passage carefully and choose the correct answer to each of the questions below it :

John liked chocolate very much, but his mother never gave him any, because they were bad for his teeth, she thought. But John had a very nice grandfather. The old man loved his grandson very much and sometimes he brought John chocolate when he came to visit him. Then his mother let him eat them because she wanted the old man happy.

One evening, a few days before John’s seventh birthday, he was saying his prayers in his bedroom before he went to bed. “ Please, God, “ he shouted, “ make them give me a big box of chocolate for my birthday on Saturday. “

His mother heard him shouting and went into his bedroom. “ Why are you shouting, John ? “ she asked her son, “ God can hear you when you talk quietly. “

“ I know, “ answered the boy with a smile, “ But Grandpa’s in the next room, and he can’t.”

  1. Why did his grandfather sometimes give him chocolate ?
  1. Because his grandfather loved candy.
  2. Because John was a good boy.
  3. Because it was good for his health.
  4. Because his grandfather loved him.

37. Why did his mother let John eat the chocolate he got from his grandfather ?

  1. To please the old man
  2. To make John happy.
  3. Because she didn’t have to pay for it.
  4. Because John liked it a lot.

38. What did he pray to God before his seventh birthday ?

  1. He asked for good luck.
  2. He wanted his grandfather to give him chocolate.
  3. He begged God to make him a big box of chocolate.
  4. He wished for some money to buy chocolate.

39. Why did he shout when was praying ?

  1. So that God could hear him.
  2. So that his mother could hear him.
  3. So that his grandfather could hear him.
  4. Because his grandfather was deaf.

40. Which sentence is not true according to the passage ?

  1. John was fond of chocolate.
  2. He wanted a big box of chocolate for his birthday.
  3. His mother was too poor to give him a big box of chocolate.
  4. While he was praying that day, his grandfather was in the next room.

Section 6 : Fill each of the numbered blanks in the following passage. Choose the correct word in each space.

Young people are usually more willing to (41) ………………. if they believe that questions are asked out of real interest and not because people are trying to check up on them . Parents should do (42) ………………. best to talk to their sons or daughters about school work (43) ……………….. future plan but should not push them to talk if they don’t want to. Parents should also (44) ……………….. for the danger signs : some young people in (45) ……………….. to be adult may experiment with sex, drugs, alcohol or smoking. Parents need to watch for any signs of unusual behaviour which may be (46) ………………… with these and get help if necessary. (47) ……………….. the teenage years, many young people can at times be difficult to talk to. They often seem to dislike being questioned. They may seem unwilling to talk (48) ……………….. their work in school. This is a normal development at this age, though it can be (49) ………………… hard for parents to understand. It is part of becoming independent of teenagers trying to be adult while they are still (50) ………………… up.

  1. A. talking                    B. talked                 C. talk                     D. talks
  2. A. their                       B. they                     C. them                  D. the
  3. A. add                         B. then                    C. as                      D. and
  4. A. watches                  B. watch                  C. watched            D. watching
  5. A. tried                        B. tries                      C. trying                D. try
  6. A. connected               B. connecting           C. connect            D. connects
  7. A. at                             B. during                  C. by                     D. on
  8. A. of                             B. for                        C. with                  D. about
  9. A. more                        B. such                     C. very                  D. most
  10. A.grows                        B. growing               C. grow                  D. grew

Section 7 : Read the following passage carefully and choose the correct answer to each of

the questions below it :

During the teenage years, many young people can at times be difficult to talk to. They often seem to dislike being questioned. They may seem unwilling to talk about their work in school. This is a normal development at this age, though it can be very hard for parents to understand. It is part of becoming independent of teenagers trying to be adult while they are still growing up. Young people are usually more willing to talk if they believe that questions are asked out of real interest and not because people are trying to check up on them . Parents should do their best to talk to their sons or daughters about school work and future plan but should not push them to talk if they don’t want to. Parents should also watch for the danger signs : some young people in trying to be adult may experiment with sex, drugs, alcohol or smoking. Parents need to watch for any signs of unusual behaviour which may be connected with these and get help if necessary.

  1. This passage is taken from a ………………
  1. handbook for parents
  2. school timetable
  3. teenage magazine
  4. book for children

52. Why do adults sometimes find teenagers difficult to talk to ?

  1. because most teenagers are quiet
  2. because teenagers don’t want to talk to other people
  3. because teenagers think adults are not honest
  4. because most teenagers hate adults

53. When can you expect young people to be more talkative than usual ?

  1. when people talk to them because they are really interested and not just checking on them.
  2. when adults give them a lot of money to spend
  3. when adults talk to them about something other than their work in school
  4. when adults talk to them about sex, alcohol and drugs

54. Some teenagers experiment with drinking and smoking because …………….

  1. cigarettes and alcohol are available everywhere
  2. women like smoking and drinking men
  3. cigarettes and alcohol are cheap
  4. they regard them as a mark of adulthood

55. The word “ behaviour “ in the passage most nearly means

  1. feeling           B. manners              C. activities             D. reaction

Section 8 : Read the following passage carefully and choose the correct answer to each of the questions below it :

London, which is the capital city of the United Kingdom, was founded by the Romans in 43 AD. It has a population of about 7 million. Situated in Southern England, on the River Thames, the city covers an area of 1610 square kilometers. London is famous for many things. Tourists come from all over the world to visit its historic buildings, such as St. Paul’s Cathedral, and the Houses of Parliament. They also come to visit its theatres, its museums and its many shops. The most famous shop is Harrods, where you can buy almost anything. The best thing about London is the parks. There are five of them in the city centre. They cover a large area of the city, and are ideal places for people to get away from the noisy and busy city life, and relax.

  1. What is the most famous shop in London?
  1. Houses of Parliament
  2. Thames
  3. Harrods
  4. St. Paul’s Cathedral

57. Approximately, how many inhabitants are there in London?

  1. seven million
  2. three million
  3. seventeen million
  4. four million

58. By whom was London founded?

  1. The Greeks
  2. The Romans
  3. The English
  4. The British

59. How many parks are there in the city centre of London?

  1. 10
  2.  3
  3. 5
  4. 7

60. What does the word “its” in the second paragraph refer to?

  1. London’s
  2. River Thames’
  3. Northern England’s
  4. United Kingdom’s

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