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KÌ THI THỬ TỐT NGHIỆP THPT NĂM 2024 Bài thi: NGOẠI NGỮ ; Môn thi: TIẾNG ANH Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, 50 câu trắc nghiệm 

Mã đề thi:.... 

Số báo danh: 

Câu 1-2 

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. slaughter 

B. draught 

C. caught 

D. naughty 

2. A. pathway 

B. thought 

C. asthma 

D. maths 

Câu 3-4 

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. character 

B. inflation 

C. physicist 

D. property 

4. A. experience 

B. refurbish 

C. recommend 

D. abolish 

Câu 5 - 6 

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning 

to the underlined bold word(s) in each of the following questions. 

5. The police officers signaled for the traffic to proceedthrough the intersection. 

A. employ 

B. finish 

C. begin 

D. continue 

6. Many consumers are dubious about the reliability of the cars so they want to check-before taking 

them on a long trip. 

A. curious 

Câu 7-8 

B. suspicious 

C. excited 

D. certain 

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. 

7. The recent report of how real the danger of a terrorist attack may be has put the wind 

country citizens. 

up the 

A. calmed 

B. worried 

C. interested 

8. This new magazine is known for its comprehensivecoverage of news. 

A. superficial 

Câu 9 – 13 

B. indifferent 

C. casual 

D. scared 

D. inadequate 

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the 

following questions. 

9. Language, culture and personality may be considered independent of each other in thought, but 

they are 

in fact. 

A. inseparable 

B. separated 

C. separable 

D. inseparably 

10. Lady Gaga is an American singer, songwriter and actress, 

A. doesn't she 

B. is she 

C. didn't she 

D. isn't she 

11. After the war, he declined many honors, 

A. prefer 

B. preferring 

to remain a commoner. 

C. had better 

D. would rather than 

A. accomplish 


B. accommodate 

12. These courses are designed to 

fire that broke out in a nice-story apartment building in Thanh Xuan (Hanoi City) killed 

at least 56 people. 

with university degrees. 

C. articulate 

D. affiliate 

A. An 

B. x 

C. A 

14. The injured 

to the hospital in an ambulance. 

A. were taking 

B. was taking 


I will reply to you at once. 

A. Until I received your message 

C. As soon as I receive your message 

16. The more books you read, 

you become. 

D. The 

C. were taken 

D. was taken 

B. When I was receiving your message D. After I had received your message 

A. the more knowledgeable 

C. as knowledgeable as 

B. the most knowledgeable 

D. more knowledgeable 

17. My aunt had to cancel her camping trip because she was suddenly 


A. fallen 

B. taken 

C. become 

D. felt 

18. She frequently volunteers 

A. to 

B. for 

extra work because she really likes her job. 

D. in 

19. I have the greatest respect for his ideas 

A. although 

C. with 

I don't agree with them. 

B. Because of 

C. in spite of 

D. Despite of the fact that 

20. When I last saw Carrie, she told me she changed her mind. 

of applying for another job, but now she's 

B. is thinking 

C. was thinking 

D. has been thinking 

A. thought 

21. Fixed term employment also known as contract work is used for single projects or to replace 

workers on 

C. duty 

D. absence 

in the second leg of the 2022 AFF Cup after losing 0-1 and let 

A. permission 

B. leave 

22. Vietnam failed to 

Thailand lift the trophy. 

A. sort it out 

B. bring it about 

23. Traditional 

C. look it over 

D. turn it around 

industries such as handicrafts continue to play a role in the economies of 

many Asian countries. 

A. slum 

B. hut 

C. dwelling 

D. cottage 

Câu 24 – 25 

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges. 

24. - Tom: "Who's going to win the contest?" 



A. It might be a good idea to bet 

C. I've set my heart on winning it 

B. Your guess is as good as mine 

D. There's nothing you don't know about beauty 

25. Mai: "Do you know an apple a day can help you keep fit, build healthy bones and prevent 

disease like cancer?" 

- Huong: Wow! 

A. I would love to 

C. That's incredible 


B. It's a good idea 

D. You must like apple 

Câu 26 – 28 

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. 

26. What happened in that city were a reaction from city workers, including firemen and policemen who had been laid off from their jobs. 

A. including 

B. What happened 

C. were 

D. his jobs 

27. Kate didn't enjoy the roller coaster ride because it was the most terrifying experience of their 


A. of their life 

B. enjoy 


C. the most terrifying D. coaster ride 

28. With his extensive knowledge 


the seasoned professional 

an envious situation of being sought after for his expertise. 

was in 

A. seasoned 

B. extensive 

C. expertise 

D. envious 

Câu 19 – 33 

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to choose the 

word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 29 to 33. 


TikTok, the popular app that (29), 

users to create and share short videos, is now the most 

downloaded app in the world. One of the most popular ways users engage with the app is to carry 

out challenges. A successful challenge will (30) 

people around the world taking part. 

viral, with hundreds of thousands of 

Copying another person's video is hardly original or creative. Even so, it's easy to see the appeal. 

Especially among young audiences. Anyone with a Smartphone can get involved. No talent is required beyond (31)_ 

popularity. (32), 

extroversion and commitment. Users can just ride the trend to gain challenges are ideal for people who have a little spare time, enjoy 

performing, and like getting attention. 

B. lets 


B. take 

Unsurprisingly, most of those (33) 

29. A. allows 

30. A. 

take part are children, teenagers and 

C. makes 

young adults. 

D. forces 

D. go 

C. put 

31. A. little 

B. a lot 

C. Lot 

D. a little 

32. A. Otherwise 

B. Nevertheless 

C. However 

D. As a result 

33. A. who 

B. whom 

C. which 

D. whose 

Câu 34 – 38 

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 34 to 38. 

Universities love overseas students - they are clever and hardworking, they bring different cultures to seminars and student life and they pay their way. In Britain, universities are getting ready to enroll more overseas students. The British Council has published a report predicting that overseas student numbers could soar to more than 800,000 by 2018. In 2010, figures put the total at over 

400,000 international students out of two and a half million students in UK higher education and it 

is clear that this influx is having an enormous impact on universities and colleges. 

These students bring welcome fees, of course, but they are also likely to be very intelligent students who inject new cultural influences and bring changes to the old university systems. Their demand for vocational subjects such as business, biotechnology and information technology, rather than 

traditional academic subjects, is affecting what is taught as well. 

The impressive expansion of foreign students has already had a significant impact on higher 

education. Overseas student numbers, including European Union students, have risen from 270,000 in 2002 to 400,000 in 2010. During this time the number from China jumped more than tenfold, and 

numbers from India have been going up. In contrast, the number of students from other countries has fallen, reflecting their governments' efforts to educate more of their young people at home, as well as competition from Australia and the USA. But as the Asian tiger economies expand their own 

universities, the good news for places like the London School of Economics is that there are more and more graduates looking to improve their qualifications or to pursue research in their subjects. 

(Adapted from Gateway by Spencer and Edwards) 

34. What is the passage mainly about? 

A. How to avoid culture shock when living in Western countries? 

B. How international students are changing Western university life. 

C. How to become an overseas student? 

D. The decline in the number of overseas students at Western universities. 

35. The word "soar" in paragraph 1 is closest in meaning to 

A. ascend 

B. decline 

C. hurt 

36. According to paragraph 2, overseas students can help to 

A. abolish tuition fees for domestic students 

B. bring only negative influences on the culture 

C. introduce new changes to the old education system 

D. increase the demand for core subjects 

37. The word "their" in paragraph 3 refers to 

A. Universities 

B. graduates 

D. slump 

C. foreign students 

D. students 

38. According to the passage, which of the following is true? 

A. The number of overseas students in Britain has already reached its limit. 

B. Foreign students' abilities are often underestimated by Western universities. 

C. The number of foreign students from India has fallen over a specific period of time. 

D. Some countries tried to persuade their young students to pursue their education at home. 

Câu 39 - 45 

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet indicating the 

correct answer to each of the questions from 39 to 45. 

A majority of people think that their dream job is too hard and competitive to achieve, and believe that it is all a matter of luck. All this is true actually, but why should that stop anyone from trying to get the job they really want? A really determined person will always succeed and, in many ways, needs other people to give up trying so that he or she can succeed. 

Many job seekers feel limited by the choices they made at college or university. They may think that because they studied marketing, all they can ever do is work in marketing. All the evidence shows 

that, in fact, employers are less interested in acquired knowledge than the ability to think and learn. It is also very difficult to predict the needs of society. The needs of employers and the economy can 

change very quickly, and often unexpectedly. 

Of course, if it is a very tough time economically, it is hard to find employment straight after 

university, but it is by no means impossible. It might take several months longer to find a job after graduating, but there is work out there. Never think about the other people going for the same jobs. 

It may be human nature to compare your progress to your peers, but perhaps the best advice would be to try not to. Be focused on what you want and how you are going to get it. After all, it may appear that a friend who has a really well-paid job is doing well, but how do you know what their 

job is actually like? They may be working 12-hour days, have an unreasonable boss, or be stressed out trying to meet unrealistic targets. 

Have a plan in place, even if it is a sketchy one. Have both short-term and long-term aims. Always think that with hard work, dedication, a willingness to put yourself out, and a bit of luck, you could 

get your dream job. A really key piece of advice is never to get downhearted by rejection because there will probably be a lot. You can achieve your dream job, whatever it is. You must never give 

up. Be prepared to work hard and for long hours without necessarily climbing up the career ladder. 

There is a lot to be said for learning your 'trade' from the bottom up. At the start, there will probably be little money, but it will be worth it in the end. The best jobs are not supposed to be easy- that is 

what makes them challenging. And if you like a challenge, just keep your head down and go for it. 

(Adapted from Objective by Felicity O'Dell and Annie Broadhead) 

39. Which of the following best serves as the title for the passage? 

A. Challenges to Get a Job 

C. A Dream Job 

40. The word "they" in paragraph 2 refers to 

B. Tough Time Delays Getting Jobs 

D. Determination Creates Success 

A. employers 

B. needs 

C. job seekers 

D. choices 

41. According to paragraph 2, potential employers nowadays_ 

A. have very limited employment choices. 

B. find that knowledge gained through formal education is totally worthless 

C. tend to value candidates who possess creative thinking 

D. are very good at predicting different economic trends. 

42. The phrase "stressed out" in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to 

A. worried 

B. disappointed 

C. timid 

43. Which of the following is TRUE, according to the passage? 

D. confused 

A. What you studied at university shouldn't determine what kind of job you're looking for. 

B. Marketing students stand a better chance of finding their dream jobs than other graduates. 

C. It's advisable for graduates to choose a job with good financial rewards. 

D. Luck plays an integral part in finding a well-paid job in today's competitive labour market. 

44. The word "sketchy" in paragraph 4 mostly means 

A. sufficient 

B. impracticable 

C. thorough 

D. incomplete 

45. Which of the following can be inferred from the passage? 

A. You can get your dream job with perseverance and diligence. 

B. Only by getting a job after several months is a job seeker considered to be determined. 

C. The writer must have chosen to study marketing at university. 

D. You must always think outside the box to impress potential employers. 

Câu 46 – 48 

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. "Did you watch the football match last night?" Mark asked Tim. 

A. Mark asked Tim if he had watched the football match the night before. 

B. Mark asked Tim whether he watched the football match in the previous night. 

C. Mark wanted to know Tim if he watched the football match last night. 

D. Mark wondered Tim that he had watched the football match in the previous night. 

47. John last used his phone two days ago. 

A. John hasn't used his phone for two days. 

B. John has used his phone for two days. 

C. John started using his phone two days ago. 

D. John didn't start using his phone for two days. 

48. It's possible that Joanna didn't receive my message. 

A. Joanna can't have received my message. 

B. Joanna might have received my message. 

C. Joanna may have received my message. D. Joanna might not have received my message. 

Câu 49 – 50 

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines of each pair of sentences in the following questions 

49. The airplane took off, then Paul realized he was on the wrong flight. 

A. Not until the airplane had taken off did Paul realize he was on the wrong flight. 

B. Hardly had Paul realized he was on the wrong flight when the airplane took off. 

C. It was not until the airplane had taken off, did Paul realize he was on the wrong flight. 

D. No sooner had the airplane taken off then Paul had realized he was on the wrong flight. 

50. She was the first woman in the Philippines. She was elected as the president of the country. 

A. She was the first woman to be elected as the president of the Philippines. 

B. She was the first woman who is elected as the president of the Philippines. 

C. She was the first woman being elected as the president of the Philippines. 

D. She was the first woman elected as the president of the Philippines. 


1.B 2.C 

3. B 

4. C 

5. D 

6. B 

7. A 

8. A 

9. A 

10. D 

11. B 

12. C 

13. D 

14. C 

15. C 

16. A 

17. B 

18. B 

19. A 

20. C 

21. B 

22. D 

23. D 

24. B 

25. C 

26. C 

27. A 

28. D 

29. A 

30. D 

31. D 

32. D 

33. A 

34. B 

35. A 

36. C 

37. B 

38. D 

39. D 

40. C 

41. C 

42. A 

43. A 

44. D 

45. A 

46. A 

47. A 

48. D 

49. A 

50. A