25/50 Dạng Trắc Nghiệm Hay Ra Trong Đề Thi Tiếng Anh THPT Quốc Gia
CHUẨN BỊ CHO 25/50 CÂU TRẮC NGHIỆM TIẾNG ANH MÀ CHẮC CHẮN BẠN SẼ GẶP TRONG ĐỀ THI QUỐC GIA
Với chỉ 20% thời gian, chạy đà được 50% các bước trong bài thi tiếng Anh THPT Quốc Gia để đạt trọn vẹn 5 điểm đầu tiên; thí sinh mọi trình độ cần lưu ý:
1. The -s/es/ed ending sounds:
Âm đuôi -s/es/ed
trained / hoped / tried / agreed
wishes / kisses / types / mixes
2. Stress patterns in multi-syllabic words:
Verbs: prevent / protect / succeed / double
Nouns: musician / physicist / architect / scientist
Suffixes: technology / biography / geometry / horticulture
3. Words closest in meaning:
Tickets for such events will be typically cheap unless you want seats in the VIP areas.
→ rarely / normally / directly / carefully
4. Words opposite in meaning:
When I suggested he was mistaken, John got hot under the collar and stormed out of the room.
→ got emotional / became furious / remained calm / felt anxious
5. Collocations: verb phrases:
It’s no good ____ a fuss and arguing over such an unimportant issue.
→ making / holding / doing / getting
6. Collocations: noun phrases:
Having your private life scrutinised closely by the public is regarded as _____ of being a celebrity.
→ package / post / packet / part
7. Word parts:
One ____ method for keeping our mind active is doing crossword puzzles.
→ popularity / popularize / popularly / popular
8. Idioms / Words of opposite meaning:
Everyone was secretly rehearsing a surprise performance for Peter’s proposal, but annoying James let the cat out of the bag at the last minute.
→ disclosed the plan / concealed the plan / revised the plan / abandoned the plan
9. Phrasal verbs:
Peter is an ambitious man who will never ____ till he gets what he wants
→ turn down / give up / put on / take back
10. Errors in grammar or easily confused word pairs:
Public speaking is quite a frightening experience for many people as it can produce a status / state of mind similar to panic.
11. Subject-verb agreement:
Richard enjoy taking part in social activities during his summer holiday.
12. Parallel sentence structures:
John’s classmate like him since he is friendly, honest, and kindness / kind.
13. The / a / an / ----
He is often _____ last person to leave the office.
→ an / a / the / Ø (no article)
14. Cause and effect relationships:
Mary feels confident about the competition _____ she has been well-prepared for it.
→ because of / because / although / despite
15. Sentence connectors:
Body shaming is hurtful. Many people enjoy making fun of other’s appearance.
→ Hurtful though body shaming is, many people enjoy making fun of other’s appearance.
16. Social English: appropriate responses:
- Jenny: “Why you don’t come over and see the new film with me?”
- Kathy: “____”
→ Great! I’d love to / Oh, I’m afraid so / You’re welcome / Wow! I didn’t realise that
17. Social English: agreeing or not:
- Halen: “This is the best field trip we’ve ever had.”
- Sarah: “____. Everyone enjoyed it to the fullest.”
→ I don’t think that’s a good idea / I totally disagree / You’re right / Never mind
18. Relative words:
“If interns do well, employers would often rather make them full employees than recruit people ____ they don’t know”.
→ who / when / where / which
19. Skim reading for gist:
Most of us have taken a selfie at one time or another, be it a photo of ourselves in a beautiful place, during a performance by our favourite band, or on a memorable night out with friends. But today, more and more people are putting their lives at risk in an attempt to get the most shocking pictures to share on social media.
In several cases, this action has had disastrous consequences.
What could be the best title for the passage?
→ Posing with Animals / Dying for a Selfie / Ban on Selfie-taking / Positive Trends in photography
20. Scan reading for details:
According to paragraph 1, selfie-takers try to get shocking pictures mainly to ______.
→ Upset other people / share them with others / have lovely memories with friends / show off their beautiful lives
21. Referent pronouns:
The word “it” in paragraph 3 refers to ________.
→ the photo / the head / a baseball / a stadium
22. Reported language functions:
“I’m sorry I’m late,” said Jane to the teacher.
→ Jane apologised to the teacher for being late.
23. Dependent prepositions:
An accomplished chef himself, Ronald is particular ______ his use of ingredients and spices, especially when preparing feasts.
→ about / with / for / in
24. Modal verbs:
I could have taken a taxi. You _______ have bothered to meet me.
→ needn’t / mustn’t / can’t / should
25. Passive voice and verb tense:
People believe that if you eat well, you live well. It ____ that good health brings mental well-being.
→ believe / is believed / has believed / will believe
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