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Phần I: Đề thi thử

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 primary stress in each of the following questions.

Question 1.

A. ingredient 

B. era 

C. delete 

D. relief

Question 2.

A. gauch

B. Achilles 

C. epoch 

D. ache

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. perversity 

B. penetrative 

C. inhabitant 

D. democracy

Question 4.

A. compulsory

B. mountaineer 

C. injurious 

D. accessible

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

Question 5. I’m in favor of his plan. It sounds __________ to me.

A. perfect 

B. perfectly 

C. perfected 

D. perfection

Question 6. In a child, curiosity normally suggests intelligence and is welcomed; but an _____________ adult is best avoided.

A. indulgent 

B. inquisitive 

C. indecisive 

D. indefinite

Question 7.The newly wed ________ spent their honeymoon in Hawaii.

A. pair 

B. two 

C. double 

D. couple

Question 8.I __________ at my watch. It was already well after three.

A. checked 

B. glanced 

C. viewed 

D. faced

Question 9.The man talking to Professor Evers has just been elected to become _____________ MP (Member of Parliament).

A. an 

B. the 

C. 0 

D. a

Question 10.It is not always easy to _____________ a good decision at the last minute.

A. take 

B. make 

C. have 

D. do

Question 11.The more we learn, _____________.

A. we become wise 

B. we become wiser 

C. the wiser we become 

D. wiser we become

Question 12.At 6.00 pm, ___________ was an hour before the plane was due, thick fog descended.

A. when 

B. which 

C. who 

D. that

Question 13.Remember to ______________ your shoes when you are in a Japanese house.

A. take off 

B. put on 

C. turn off 

D. give up

Question 14.This is the photo of my great great grandfather. He ____________ married six times.

A. has been 

C. is 

C. is getting 

D. was

Question 15.She is a _________ girl with _____________.

A. green-eyes/red hair 

B. green-eyed/red hairs 

C. green-eye/a red hair 

D. green-eyed/red hair

Question 16.The Prime Minister ____________ the Parliament, but he did.

A. had better not to dissolve 

B. must have not dissolved giải tán

C. should not have dissolved 

D. need not to dissolve

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined wordfs) in each of the following questions.

Question 17.The incidence of the illness differs greatly between men and women.

A. alters 

B. resembles 

C. contrasts 

D. varies

Question 18.After the accident, the safety inspector threw the book at the company directors.

A. criticized 

B. extolled 

C. punished severely 

D. blamed the fault of

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined wordfs) in each of the following questions.

Question 19.They live in a rather scruffy part of town.

A. small and poor

B. busy and noisy 

C. untidy and dirty 

D. elite and wealthy

Question 20.That DJs voice really sets my teeth on edge.

A. exhausts me 

B. excites me 

C. amuses me 

D. annoys me

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 21. Animals like frogs have waterproof skin that prevents it from drying out quickly in air, sun, or wind. 

A. have

B. that

C. it

D. wind

Question 22.Mrs. Stevens, along with her cousins from New Mexico, are planning to attend the festivities.

A. along with

B. from

C. are

D. to attend

Question 23.John could not help gettingangry when he learnt that they had refusedoffering him a prom otion.

A. gettingangry

B. when

C. had refusedoffering

D. otion

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 24. Liz is telling Andrew about her first novel.

Serena: "You know what? My boss has promised to promote me." Andrew: "------------"

A. It’s a pleasure! 

B. Are you really? 

C. Congratulations! 

D. I am grateful.

Question 25.Complete the telephone conversation between a hotel receptionist and a client.

Receptionist: “Hello, the Grand Royal Hotel. Sarah Brown speaking, what can I do for you?”

Client: “_____________”

A. Hello, my name’s Peter, calling from Microsoft. 

B. Can I have your name, please?

C. Would you like to leave a message? 

D. I’ll put you through. Hold the line, please.

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 from 26 to 31.


According to recent research, it appears that children who tell lies are more likely to be successful in their later careers. I imagine this might come as a shock to the (26) ___________ of parents who try to teach their toddlers about the importance of honesty. However, the research also suggests that lying children are not going to (27)___________up to become criminals! Although the way their brains work might point them in the direction of becoming very successful bankers!

The findings at Toronto University show that the percentage of children who lie (28)___________ from twenty percent at the age of two to almost ninety percent at the age of four! The most (29) ___________age is apparently twelve and nearly every child is guilty of lying then. The scientists believe that the best liars can cover (30) ___________their tracks and the ability to do this shows advanced cognitive abilities. So if your younger brother or sister is brilliant at inventing believable stories to prevent you or yourparents from (31) ___________through their lies, they may well be in line for a top job in the future!


A. all 

B. most 

C. lots 

D. majority


A. turn 

B. grow 

C. bring 

D. develop


A. becomes 

B. raises 

C. rises 

D. lifts


A. cheating 

B. deceitful 

C. unbelievable 

D. false


A. in 

B. down 

C. on 

D. up


A. looking 

B. noticing 

C. glancing 

D. seeing

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.

Matthew Youlden speaks nine languages fluently and understands more than a dozen more. Below is his advice for those who have been struggling to merely pick up a second language. First, know why you’re doing it. If you don’t have a good reason to learn a language, you are less likely to stay motivated over the long-run. No matter your reason, once you’ve decided on a language, it’s crucial to commit: “OK, I want to learn this and I’m therefore going to do as much as I can in this language, with this language and for this language.”

Second, find a partner. Matthew learned several languages together with his twin brother Michael. Matthew and Michael gained their superpowers from good- old, healthy sibling rivalry: “We were very motivated, and we still are. We push each other to really go for it. So if he realizes that I’m doing more than he is he’ll get a bit jealous and then try and outdo me - and the other way round.”

Having any kind of partner will push both of you to always try just a little bit harder and stay with it: “I think it’s a really great way of actually going about it. You have someone with whom you can speak, and that’s the idea behind learning a language.”

Third, talk to yourself. When you have no one else to speak to, there’s nothing wrong with talking to yourself: “It might sound really weird, but actually | speaking to yourself in a language is a great way to practice if you’re not able to use it all the time.” This can keep new words and phrases fresh in your mind and build up your confidence for the next time you speak with someone. (Adapted from: https://www.babbcl.com/en/magazine/10-tips-from-an-expert)

Question 32.How many languages does Matthew know?

A. Fewer than 10 

B. Around 12 

C. About 20 

D. Approximately 30

Question 33. What is the first tip for learning a foreign language?

A. Plan to learn step by step 

B. Find someone to speak to

C. Talk as much as possible 

D. Set a goal and stick to it

Question34. Why is it necessary to have an appropriate reason?

A. To know about the people 

B. To have strong motivation

C. To run long in the language 

D. To be able to use the language

Question 35.What does the word “he” in the third paragraph refer to?

A. Matthew 

B. Michael 

C. The author 

D. The reader’s partner

Question 36.It can be inferred from the passage that Matthew and his partner are _________.

A. strong 

B. powerful 

C. competitive 

D. intelligent

Question 37.What is NOT mentioned as a benefit of self-talk?

A. To develop beliefs in your ability 

B. To practice when having no partners

C. To remember learned expressions 

D. To imagine having a partner

Question 38.What is the passage about?

A. Advice for studying well 

B. Tips for learning languages

C. Ways to learn English fast 

D. Tricks to doing language tests

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.

Charity organizations are responsible for most of the help extended to the destitute. Each organization caters to a different group of people.

The Red Cross is a well-known organization that has centres in countries all over the world. It had its beginnings in a small Italian town in 1859. A fierce battle was taking place then and more than forty thousand people were wounded. The medical services of the army were inadequate. The situation horrified a Swiss businessman who then wrote a book depicting the dreadful situation. His book was the impetus for the setting up of charity organizations.

Today, countries emulate the workings of the Red Cross. They carry out fund raising activities to help children who cannot receive an education or victims of natural disasters. Both the young and old contribute willingly to these organizations. In fact, without these charity organizations, millions of people around the world would perish because of poverty or natural disasters.

In India, a compassionate woman started PUSS (Palli Unnayan Sevi Samiti). Supported by social workers and teachers, she has helped hundreds of children receive a proper education. Without her help, the literacy rate in India would be much lower than what it is today.

Charity organizations are crucial today. They cannot function without the benevolent people who help to run these organizations.

(Comprehension Fast Forward 6—J. Lee — SAP)

Question 39.The first centre of the Red Cross was in ________.

A. India 

B. Italy 

C. Singapore 

D. Switzerland

Question 40.The Red Cross was first set up to help _____________.

A. injured solders 

B. sick children 

C. children with no education 

D. victims of natural disasters

Question 41.What was the businessmans book (paragraph 2) about?

A. Sick children 

B. How the rich can help the poor

C. People suffering in a war 

D. Different charity organizations

Question 42.Charity organizations obtain their funds through _______.

A. donations 

B. victims 

C. the government 

D. the Red Cross

Question 43.The highlighted word "perish" in passage 3 is closest in meaning to _______.

A. suffer 

B. hurt 

C. forget 

D. die

Question 44.According to the passage, India is facing the problem of _______.

A. natural disasters 

B. poor and hungry children

C. children with no homes 

D. large numbers of uneducated children

Question 45.According to the passage, which of the following statements is NOT true?

A. PUSS helped increase the literacy rate in India. 

B. There are many charity organizations all over the world.

C. The Red Cross only helps victims of natural disasters. 

D. People of different ages contribute to charity organizations.

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.I am on the tenth page of the report I am writing.

A. I have completed writing ten pages of the report.

B. Tonight, I’m going to write the tenth page of the report.

C. So far I have written ten pages of the report.

D. I have finished writing the report on the tenth page.

Question 47.They arrived at the airport late, so they missed their flight.

A. Had they not arrived at the airport earlier, they did not miss their flight.

B. In case they had arrived at the airport earlier, they wouldn’t have missed their flight.

C. If they hadn’t arrived at the airport late, they would be on their flight now.

D. Because they had missed their flight, they arrived at the airport late.

Question 48."Why did you apply for the job?" askedher mother.

A. Her mother wanted to know the reason she applied for the job.

B. Her mother wanted to know the reason she had applied for the job.

C. Her mother wanted to know why did she applied for the job.

D. Her mother wanted to know why had she applied for the job.

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.The announcement was made. Everyone started to cheer.

A. No sooner had everyone started cheering than the announcement was made.

B. As soon as the announcement was made, everyone started cheering.

C. Everyone started cheering, therefore the announcement was made.

D. Everyone started cheering, then the announcement was made.

Question 50.Emily didn’t receive a scholarship. Emily is a good student.

A. In spite of being a good student, Emily didn’t receive a scholarship.

B. Emily didn’t receive a scholarship unless she is a good student.

C. Though a good student, but Emily didn’t receive a scholarship.

D. She didn’t receive a scholarship, as Emily a good student.

Phần II: Đáp án

Hy vọng với tổng 50 câu trặc nghiệm của đề thi thử THPT Quốc gia 2020 môn Anh đã giúp cho các em nắm thêm được các từ vựng, những cấu trúc ngữ pháp,... Ôn tập thông qua các mẫu đề thi cũng là một trong những phương pháp hoàn hảo giúp các em ghi nhớ vững kiến thức và đạt được kết quả cao trong kỳ thi.


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