Đề thi tiếng Anh 12 học kì 1 năm 2020 - 2021
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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.
|1: A. nursery||B. publicize||C. struggle||D. disruption|
|2: A. divided||B. certify||C. divisive||D. childcare|
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 the primary stress in each of the following questions.
|3: A. academic||B. beneficial||C. categorical||D. analysis|
|4: A. constitute||B. curriculum||C. methodical||D. vocational|
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
5: A band score of 6.5 in the IELTS test or a ___________ qualification, is required for any graduate to work in international companies.
6: The lady and her puppy ___________ walked without paying attention fell down on
the slippery floor.
7: ___________, Ducky is the only one who received the runner-up award.
A. Of all my students
B. All my students
C. All of my students
D. Every my student
8: Being confident can help you create a good ___________ on your employer.
9: In England, ___________ is an expensive type of private school.
A. government school
B. public school
C. state school
D. fee-free school
10: Yesterday Katy’s mom went to ___________ school to pick her up.
C. no article
11: ___________, I would reap the benefit now.
A. If I were constant to my strategy
B. If I had constant to my strategy
C. Had I been constant to my strategy
D. If I would have been constant to my strategy
12: My beloved month is always November ___________ we celebrate Teacher’s Day.
A. in which
B. on which
C. at which
D. in when
13: ___________ he comes on time, we will start the journey without him.
A. Provided that
D. If only
14: If only ___________ when I was young.
A. I study hard
B. I studied hard
C. I could study hard
D. I had studied hard
15: ___________, I would not have completed my task. She is always considerate towards me.
A. Had it not been for her support
B. If she had supported me
C. Were it not for her support
D. If it had been for her not support
16: Lingard would never forget ___________ the first prize in comedy competition
A. to award
B. having awarded
C. being awarded
D. to be awarded
17: Ineffective strategy of the coach ___________ the failure of the whole team.
A. pulls down
B. accounts for
C. results from
D. bases on
18: In Bui Thi Xuan high school, English is one of the core subjects in the school
D. curriculum vitae
19: Before handling any problem, we should conduct ___________ analysis of the
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.
20: Tom always writes lists for everything in an orderly way.
21: Hill performed the most challenging task without a mistake.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.
22: The advanced English assignment seems rather daunting for Jeny because she‘s not good at English.
23: He’s a sociable person who likes talking and makes friends with any stranger without shyness.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentences that best completes each of the following exchanges.
24: - Shop assistant: “Can I help you?”
- Customer: “___________.”
A. Thanks, I’m just looking
B. Don’t make me laugh
C. I don’t need you
D. It’s up to you
25: - Customer: “I have booked the room. Why I still can’t check in?’
- Receptionist: “___________.”
A. You can say that again!
B. That’s amazing! Good job!
C. What will you do?
D. Sorry sir. I’m afraid that room is under preparation
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 26 to 30.
Normally, local universities admit up to thousands of foreign students each year, who come
to Vietnam to take (26) ___________ education programs.
In the new school year of 2020-21, only about 45 new international students (27) ___________
to the faculty of Vietnamese studies because of travel restrictions amid the novel coronavirus
(COVID-19) pandemic. Most of the freshmen are residing with their families in Vietnam (28)
___________ there are few students from other regional countries.
Besides, many educational institutions in Vietnam have seen a severe (29) ___________ of
foreign teachers given the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Travel restrictions to prevent the
pandemic have been considered (30) ___________ the main reason for such a dearth.
|26: A. various||B. variety||C. very||D. variously|
|27: A. is admitted||B. are admitted||C. were admitted||D. was admitted|
|28: A. when||B. while||C. although||D. because|
|29: A. addition||B. improvement||C. redundancy||D. shortage|
|30: A. as||B. like||C. alike||D. to|
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.
How to catch employer’s attention in interviews? Research has found most interviews are
decided in the first two to three minutes. Make sure you practice your strong and professional
handshake accompanied by a gracious smile and confident body language. But don’t let the
confidence end there. From the moment you press the buzzer, you should come across as professional and dynamic. Making confident small talk with both the receptionist and the hiring
managers will allow you to expose a little of your personality without the pressure of answering:
“Where do you see yourself in five years?”
Confidence (not arrogance) is important. Fight through the nerves and give your potential
new employer a good impression of the real you. Essentially you have nothing to lose, so just go for it. Also, interviewers generally don’t want to catch candidates out – they want you to do well. Recruitment is a business challenge and employers go into interviews hoping, praying even, that the candidate is the solution.
Self-analysis is another good area to add to your pile of research and something that
candidates regularly forget. Look at the job specification and consider what the client might be
looking for. Now think about your own achievements and all the challenges you have overcome.
Finally, try and match the two together. Without self-reflection, you may forget key life experiences that you could have applied to those tricky competency questions.
31: What could be the best title for the passage?
A. How can graduates make a good impression during an interview?
B. The importance of confidence during an interview
C. The rules of interviews – every interviewee needs to know
D. Secrets of interviewers’ psychology during interviews
32: The word “dynamic” in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to?
33: What does the word “they” in the second paragraph refer to?
34: According to the passage, which of the following is NOT TRUE?
A. The first moment can have a positive influence on an interview.
B. Interviewers like to trick interviewees into making a mistake.
C. Candidates ordinarily forget about self-analysis factor
D. Confidence only is not enough for making good impression on the hiring managers
35: According to the passage, the benefit of self-analysis is ___________
A. You will understand tricky questions from interviewers
B. You can apply life experience to answer tricky questions from interviewers
C. You will know how to overcome challenges
D. You will comprehensively understand about your manager
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.
Colleges and universities deliver vital opportunities and drive economic growth. Yet the current
coronavirus crisis is now creating huge financial uncertainty in post-16 education.
Most importantly, the government must make a firm commitment to guarantee funding for
institutions, protect jobs and rule out the closure of any college or university. Without these
guarantees vital academic, educational and support staff will be lost – all of whom are incredibly
expensive to try and replace.
We need to see colleges and universities work together, and with others, in the national interest.
The government should insist that, in return for underwriting current funding, institutions accept
a duty to work cooperatively to benefit students and our wider society. This means an end to the
unseemly competition for students between institutions, which is both wasteful and unproductive, and will lead to even more financial instability.
This cooperation must extend to exams and assessment. It is increasingly clear that attempts to hold exams on a business as usual basis will have profound consequences for the fairness and
equality of the process. While staff have been working hard to shift teaching online, the National
Union of Students has rightly raised concerns about how all students can participate fully and fairly in exams.
Overambitious plans to resume operations in the autumn risk misleading potential students into
believing a return to normal operations is imminent. Only a real partnership between all
stakeholders, of the type recently agreed in the railway industry, can give students the certainty
Action is urgent to protect our colleges and universities, so they can lead the recovery. Now is
the time to turn decisively away from the market-driven madness of the past decade. We need a
new mood of cooperation which puts students’ interests first, treats staff as something more than temporary help, and opens up opportunities for everyone in our communities.
36: What could be the best title for the passage?
A. The responsibility of government to protect universities during Coronavirus crisis.
B. The adaptation of universities to maintain operations.
C. The finance of universities will soon recover.
D. The cooperation among universities to put the student’s interest first.
37: According to the passage, without the support of the government ___________.
A. educational institutions will not bring benefit for undergraduates
B. the competition among universities will not end
C. educational workers will be out of work
D. universities will strengthen cooperation one another
38: The word “firm” in paragraph 2 is closest in meaning to ___________.
39: What does the word “this” in paragraph 3 refer to?
A. the government
B. current funding
C. cooperative working to benefit students
D. duty to benefit students among universities
40: According to the fourth paragraph, the phrase “attempts to hold exam on a business as usual basis” means
A. the effort to organize exams in the usual way
B. the effort to maintain exams in the commercial way
C. the effort to hold exams in companies
D. the effort to hold exams as much as possible
41: Which of the following is NOT MENTIONED in the passage?
A. Colleges and universities should put the student’s interests first.
B. That students participate in online test is appreciated as a fair assessment
C. The government played vital a role for the maintenance of educational institutions during
D. Finance of universities are negatively affected by Coronavirus pandemic
42: According to the passage, the writer infers that plans of resuming operations in the
A. deceive students into believing everything will soon become normal
B. make students think that those plans are impractical
C. make students only trust in the stakeholders in the railway industry
D. make students become ambitious for those plans
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.
43: The values students are received during schooling are essential for their personal
A. are received
44: Such is a vivid way of teaching English that all undergraduates are always enthusiastic to the English academic’s class.
D. academic’s class
45: The majority of parents offer an education system which provides their children for
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.
46: I guess that Ducky was very upset when he failed to get the championship.
A. Ducky should not have been very upset when he failed to get the championship.
B. Ducky may have been very upset when he failed to get the championship.
C. Ducky must have been very upset when he failed to get the championship.
D. Ducky couldn’t have been very upset when he failed to get the championship.
47: Gordon said to Katy: “Don’t touch the pan. It might burn your hand.”
A. Gordon warned Katy about not touching the pan as it might burn her hand.
B. Gordon warned Katy against touching the pan as it might have burnt her hand.
C. Gordon warned that Katy not touch the pan as if it might burn her hand.
D. Gordon warned Katy not to touch the pan as it might burn her hand.
48: “It’s the most amazing show I’ve ever witnessed” Rosie said.
A. Rosie said that it was the most amazing show she had ever witnessed.
B. Rosie said that she’s never witnessed such an amazing show before.
C. Rosie said no other shows in the world were as amazing as this one.
D. Rosie said that this was one of the amazing shows of all time.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences of the following questions.
49: Tom has just passed the University Entrance Examination with flying colours. This
makes his parents happy.
A. That Tom has just passed the University Entrance Examination with flying colours makes
his parents happy
B. What Tom has just passed the University Entrance Examination with flying colours makes
his parents happy.
C. Tom has just passed the University Entrance Examination with flying colours makes his
D. Flying colours Tom passed the University Entrance Examination with, which makes his
Romeo broke up with his girlfriend. Now he regrets it.
A. Romeo regretted having broken up with his girlfriend.
B. Romeo wishes he didn’t broke up with his girlfriend.
C. Romeo regrets having broken up with his girlfriend.
D. Only if Romeo had broken up with his girlfriend.
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