Đề tiếng Anh SGD Nam Định 2022 mã đề 221.
Đề tiếng Anh SGD Nam Định 2022
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 1: A. starts||B. rains||C. hopes||D. looks|
|Question 2: A. lane||B. pants||C. camp||D. chat|
Mark the letter А, 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 3: A. hotel||B. money||C. turtle||D. robot|
|Question 4: A. positive||B. enormous||C. relevant||D. typical|
Mark the letter А, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
Question 5: He has to pick fruit very early in the morning,____________?
A. has he B. doesn’t he C. hasn’t he D. does he
Question 6: All the new employees_______with an entry card.
A. are provided B. provide C. is providing D. will provide
Question 7: The leaves begin to fall________autumn.
A. of B. at C. with D. in
Question 8: The more effort you make,_______you will achieve.
A. more B. the more C. most D. the most
Question 9: During his stay abroad, he bought a/an dress for his wife.
A. amazing silk green B. silk amazing green C. amazing green silk D. green amazing silk
Question 10: While the Smiths______the rose bush in the back yard, the phone rang.
A. were watering B. is watering C. are watering D. watered
Question 11: He managed to get to the train station on time _______ his car broke down on the way.
A. despite B. although C. because of D. because
Question 12: _______, we will be able to leave for the airport.
A. As soon as the taxi was arriving B. As soon as the taxi had arrived
C. As soon as the taxi arrives D. As soon as the taxi arrived
Question 13:________two electric cars at the Global Auto Show, VINFAST marked its entry into the US market.
A. To launch B. Having launched C. Launched D. Having been launched
Question 14: I am______ that you will pass the exam.
A. confident B. confidence C. confide D. confidently
Question 15: The firm I am working for at the moment is planning to expand, so they are ________ new staff.
A. giving up B. carrying out C. taking on D. going away
Question 16: There are a number of expressions which we can use to ______suggestions.
A. put B. make C. come D. do
Question 17: The job involves office work such as typing reports and taking the_______at meetings.
A. seconds B. minutes C. hours D. days
Question 18: To get the IELTS certificate, it is important for you to _________ yourself to learning English.
A. compose B. occupy C. possess D. apply
Question 19: After a stressful exam, we were all eager to go out and paint the town _________ on Friday night.
A. pink B. yellow C. red D. green
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.
Question 20: My mother told me not to trust Josh because he seldom tells the truth.
A. believe B. describe C. advise D. allow
Question 21: This ancient temple has been standing here since the fifteenth century.
A. new B. modern C. old D. ugly
Mark the letter А, 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.
Question 22: Tom walked quietly out of the back door so his father couldn’t notice.
A. softly B. lightly C. noisily D. clearly
Question 23: In order to preserve peace and save mankind from the threat of a war, let no one remain uncaring and stand aloof.
A. become involved B. become ignorant C. become ambitious D. become rude
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the option that best completes each of the following exchanges.
Question 24: Laura is borrowing Bill’s phone.
– Laura: “Can I borrow your phone, Bill?”
– Bill: “_____________”
A. Here you are. B. Sorry, I have no idea! C. Don’t mention it! D. You can say that again!
Question 25: Anne is talking to Tom at his birthday party.
– Anne: “Happy birthday to you!”
– Tom: “____________”
A. No, thanks. B. Thank you so much! C. No problem! D. Good idea, thanks!
Read the following passage and mark the letter А, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 26 to 30.
To have an allergy means that a person is affected either by a substance in the atmosphere or by some sort of food. These days, a lot of people suffer from (26)________ kind of allergy or another.
So, what can people do to fight allergies? If someone is allergic to chocolate, for instance, the simplest thing to do would be to avoid eating any chocolate. If, on the other hand, the allergic (27)____________ is caused by something unknown or difficult to avoid, then the only solution is prescribed medication. The chances of someone having an allergy are bound to be great if allergies (28)________ in the family.
(29)________ , there is absolutely no logical reason to be terrified of that possibility. Those (30)_________ suffer can carry on with their lives and not let their allergies wear them out. They shouldn’t feel different from everyone else.
(Adapted from Use of English B2 for all exams by E. Moutsou)
|Question 26: A. many||B. little||C. one||D. few|
|Question 27: A. reaction||B. activity||C. answer||D. direction|
|Question 28: A. walk||B. run||C. catch||D. jump|
|Question 29: A. However||B. Therefore||C. Moreover||D. Besides|
|Question 30: A. which||B. why||C. where||D. who|
Read the following passage and mark the letter А, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 31 to 35.
The American city of Miami was founded in 1896 by Julia Tuttle, a rich Florida businesswoman. From a population then of just 300, it has become a vast urban area of 5.5 million inhabitants, attracting visitors from all over the world. Its excellent transport links mean it can easily be reached by road, rail, air or sea.
The city’s continuing growth as a tourist and financial centre has led to a construction boom. Many of the new buildings in Miami are over 120 metres in height, giving it the most impressive skyline in the country after New York and Chicago.
Its wide variety of attractions includes sandy beaches, nightclubs, music and dancing, as well as activities such as skateboarding and cycling in the world-famous, fashionable South Beach area. The city centre has a number of delightful parks and gardens, and of course there is the wonderful weather. Unlike any other major city in the USA, it has a genuinely tropical climate.
(Adapted from First Certificate Trainer by Peter May)
Question 31: Which best serves as the title for the passage?
A. The City of Miami B. The Life of Julia Tuttle
C. Tourist Spots in the USA D. Popular Attractions in New York
Question 32: According the paragraph 1, Julia Tuttle___________.
A. discovered Miami in 1896 B. reached Miami by rail
C. didn’t succeed in business D. had a lot of money
Question 33: The word it in paragraph 2 refers to_________.
A. growth B. boom C. height D. Miami
Question 34: The word delightful in paragraph 3 could be best replaced by__________.
A. terrible B. amazing C. noisy D. correct
Question 35: According to paragraph 3, Miami attracts tourists because of all of the following EXCEPT________.
A. beaches B. food C. music D. nightclubs
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.
The private car is assumed to have widened human horizons and increased human mobility. When we consider children’s mobility, they can be driven to more places and more distant places than they could visit without access to a motor vehicle. However, allowing our cities to be dominated by cars has progressively eroded children’s independent mobility. Children have lost much of their freedom to explore their own neighbourhood or city without adult supervision.
Children’s independent access to their local streets may be important for their own personal, mental and psychological development. Allowing them to get to know their own neighbourhood and community gives them a ‘sense of place’. This depends on active exploration, which is not provided for when children are passengers in cars. Such children may see more, but learn less.
The reduction in children’s freedom may also contribute to a weakening sense of local community. As fewer children and adults use the streets as pedestrians, they become less sociable places. There is less opportunity for children and adults to have the spontaneous exchanges that lead to a feeling of community. This in itself may increase crimes targeted at children because there are now fewer adults available who know their neighbours’ children and who can look out for their safety.
The extra traffic involved in transporting children results in increased traffic congestion, pollution, and accident risk. As our roads become more dangerous, more parents drive their children to more places, thus contributing to increased levels of danger for the remaining pedestrians. Thus, there are also important environmental implications of children’s loss of freedom.
It is now time to accept the view that the function of streets is not solely to provide mobility for cars. They may also be for social interaction, walking, cycling and playing. Perhaps it will be our concern for our children’s welfare that convinces us that we need to challenge the dominance of the car in our cities.
(Adapted from Intensive IELTS Reading)
Question 36: Which best serves as the title for the passage?
A. Private Cars and the Lost Freedom B. Private Cars and Environmental Pollution
C. More Cars, More Dangers for Parents D. Fewer Cars, Fewer Traffic Jams in Cities
Question 37: According to paragraph 1, private cars ______.
- have prevented children from being taken to distant places.
- are depriving children of the opportunities to travel around by themselves.
- are believed to have limited what human knows about the world.
- have been banned in a number of neighborhoods and cities.
Question 38: The word they in paragraph 3 refers to _______.
A. children B. adults C. streets D. pedestrians
Question 39: The word implications in paragraph 4 could be best replaced by ______.
A. effects B. causes C. solutions D. efforts
Question 40: The phrase convinces in paragraph 5 could be best replaced by __________.
A. annoys B. controls C. persuades D. permits
Question 41: Which of the following is TRUE, according to the passage?
A. The ‘sense of place’ can be developed when children are driven to more places by car.
B. Children and adults tend to have more spontaneous exchanges when they are in the car together.
C. Because streets are getting less safe, more parents choose to drive their children to fewer places.
D. Streets should be considered places for other purposes besides giving cars mobility.
Question 42: Which of the following can be inferred from the passage?
A. More adults used to be familiar with their neighbors’ children than today.
B. Environmental pollution mainly results from the use of private cars.
C. In the past, adults were not concerned about their children’s safety at all.
D. Children generally prefer being driven to places by their parents to walking on their own.
Mark the letter А, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.
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: Michael last played League of Legends one year ago.
A. Michael didn’t play League of Legends one year ago.
B. Michael has played League of Legends for one year.
C. Michael hasn’t played League of Legends for one year.
D. Michael has one year to play League of Legends.
Question 47: It is important for you to do some exercise every day.
A. You should do some exercise every day. B. You can’t do some exercise every day.
C. You needn’t do some exercise every day. D. You may do some exercise every day.
Question 48: ‘I will visit my grandparents next week,’ Ben said.
A. Ben said that I would visit his grandparents next week.
B. Ben said that he would visit his grandparents the following week.
D. Ben said that he would visit my grandparents the following week.
D. Ben said that he will visit my grandparents next week.
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: Clark wants to watch all the football matches of the SEA Games 31. He is too busy.
- If only Clark were not too busy, he can watch all the football matches of the SEA Games 31.
- Clark wishes he were too busy, so he could watch all the football matches of the SEA Games 31.
- If Clark were not too busy, he could watch all the football matches of the SEA Games 31.
- Provided that Clark is not too busy, he can’t watch all the football matches of the SEA Games 31.
Question 50: The music video contained some extremely gruesome scenes. It has been removed from all social media platforms.
A. Hardly had the music video been removed from all social media platforms when some of its gruesome scenes were released.
B. Such was the number of gruesome scenes on social media platforms that the music video has been removed completely.
C. So gruesome were some scenes in the music video that it has been deleted from all social media platforms.
D. Gruesome as some scenes in the music video are, it has been deleted from all social media platforms.
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