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ÔN TẬP KIỂM TRA TIẾNG ANH HỌC KỲ I

NĂM HỌC 2015 -2016

I Give the proper form of the verbs in parentheses.

  1. Yesterday John (break) …………. his arm  when he (play)…………….. football.
  2. The cost of living is expected (go down) ……………. …
  3. Up to now she (do) …………… good work in her class.
  4. The children (be) …………… better swimmers if they  went swimming more often .
  5. But for his help, I (not succeed )……………........
  6. The doctor wanted  the patient (examine) …………………...
  7. I will finish everything when he (get) ………………..back tomorrow.

II.Fill in each blank with an appropriate form of the words in parentheses.

  1. To our great …………………………... it rained every day of the trip (disappoint).
  2. This room is arranged very …………………………………….…… (attract).
  3. A ………………… is a competition in which people try to win something ( contestant).
  4. We received a number of ………………….. from customers about the lack of parking facilities  (complain).

III. Finish each of the following  sentences in such a way that it means exactly the same as the sentence printed before it.

  1. He said to me , “ I will come to see you if  I have time”.

He told me that …………………………

  1. She said, “ Come and visit me  whenever you want “.

She invited us ………………………………..

  1. I’ve forgotten that actress’s  name but she is very well-known.

That actress,  ………………………

  1. Nancy missed the bus because she left late.

If Nancy  ……………………………………….

IV. Complete the following paragraph with one suitable word. 

  envelopes    -  tries   -  comments - throughout - influence   -  believe  -  other  -  pagoda             

A. On the days of Tet everyone (1) …………….. to be nice and polite to each other. People (2) …………. that what they do on the first day of the year will (3) …………. their

luck  during the whole year. Thus , only  positive (4) ………… should be made. People visit (5) …………  family members or friends , and they exchange New Year’s wishes.

 Children receive their “lucky money”  inside red (6) …………... Many people go to the (7) ………….. to  pray  for a happy year  for themselves and their family. Both children and adults take part in games and various forms of entertainment. Tet is really a time of fun and festivals (8) ……………. the country.

B.               holder – swimming - strengthen – famous - disease - games -.medals - named

 Tanni Grey Thompson is one of the fastest wheelchair  racers in the world. She can’t use her legs, but  she is the most ……………… woman on wheels.

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 Her best year was 2000 when she won four gold ………………. in the International Paralympics Games, coming first in the 100 metre, 200 metre, 400 metre and 800 metre races. In that year, she was the …………… of six world records. In the UK , the BBC …………… her as one of three “ Sports People of the Year”, and The Times newspaper named her as “Sports Woman of the Year”.

 Tanni was born with a ………………. called spinabifida. By the age of eight, she needed a wheelchair. But she was full of life and energy,  and she loved ……….and sports. She tried horse-riding,archery, basketball, ……………and tennis, but her favourite activity was athletics.

 She is very serious about her sport, and so she trains hard. She does 150 kilometres  every week and uses weights to  …………… her arms.

   Questions and answers

  1. Why/ Tanni /famous ?
  2. How many world records / she / hold / best year ?
  3. Why /she /not/ use / legs?

Note:  Wheelchair(n): xe lăn

C. worked-dreamed of- working- humorous –learned- published – nothing- newspaper

       When Mark Twain was eleven years old, his father died leaving …………….. to his wife and four children. Mark Twain had to leave school and look for a work. His elder was ……………… as a printer and he helped the boy to learn printing. For some years, he ……………. as a printer for the town newspaper and later for his brother, who at that time had started a small newspaper. The two young men ……………………it themselves. Mark Twain wrote short ……………stories and printed them for their ………………………. In 1853, Mark Twain decided to leave  home. He went to New York, and then to Philadelphia, where he worked as a printer. When he was a boy, he ………………………becoming a sailor. At 20, he found a job on a boat traveling up and down the Mississipi, but he had to pay 100 dollars to get the job. On that boat he …………… the work of a sailor.

   D.   to show             year              country              in             at school              teachers                

 Every (1)................. on November 20th, all schools throughout our (2)................. celebrate Teachers' Day. It is a good time for students (3) ................. their love, respect and gratitude towards their teachers. On the morning of November 20th , all students are (4).................  to attend the celebration and enjoy the music show played by our school band and other students. After that we give our (5)................. beautiful flowers, cards and best wishes. We also pay a visit to our former teachers (6)................. the afternoon.

 I enjoy Teachers' Day because it is on that day that we can show our gratitude towards our teachers.

E.. flowers - returned – canceled- sitting- to buy -wrong –leaving- red rose

  A man stopped at a flower shop to order some …………….to be wired to his mother who lived hundred miles away .as he got out of his car ,he noticed a young girl  on the curb sobbing .He asked her what was ………………and she replied,” I wanted a ………………for my mother but I only have seventy-five cents ,and a rose costs two dollars “,.the man smiled and said ,”Come with me .I’ll buy you a rose.” He bought the little girl her rose and ordered his own mother’s flowers.

As they were ………………… ,he offered the girl a ride home .She said ,”Yes, please! You can take me to my mother “She directed him to a cemetery, where she placed the rose on a freshly dug grave .The man

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……………..to the flower shop, …………. the wire order ,picked up a bouquet and drove the two hundred miles to his mother’s house

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Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb in brackets:

  1. I didn’t have enough time ……………………………………….(finish) my work yesterday.
  2. She made her son (wash)……….. the window before he could go outside…….. (play) with his friends.
  3. She lets her children…………………………………… (stay) up very late.
  4. We both heard him……………………………………… (say) what he was leaving.
  5. It made him angry…………………………………………….. ( wait) for people who were late.
  6. It’s important ………………………………………..(start) the meeting on time.
  7. There are too many people here for me …………………………………( talk) to all of them.
  8. It took ages…………………………………….(download) the pictures from the Internet.
  9. It was a thrill……………….. (see) my brother ……………..……(win) the chess tournament last year.
  10. I was relieved ……………………………………………( find out) that I had passed the exams

Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb in brackets.

  1. I didn't have enough time _____________(finish) my work yesterday.
  2. As she drove past his house, she noticed him _______________ (run) away from home.
  3. I was relieved _______________(find out) that I had passed the exam.
  4. She made her son _____________(wash) the windows before he could go outside__________________(play)with his friends.
  5. She lets her children _____________________(stay) up very late.
  6. We had nothing ______________________ (do) except look at the cinema posters.
  7. We both heard him ___________________________(say) that he was leaving.

      Complete these sentences using the verb given. Use the past simple or the past perfect.

  1. As Geoff was introduced to Mrs Snape, he ___________________ (realize) that he

____________________ (meet) her before.

  1. During the previous week, I _____________________ (go) to the gym every morning.
  2. By the time I ____________ (get) back to the bathroom, the bath ____________ (overflow).
  3. The boy told me that he ____________ (lose) his train ticket and _________ (not/ know) how he would get home.
  4. I was just about to leave when I ____________(remember) my briefcase.
  5. She ________ (walk) into the station only to find that the train ____________ (leave).
  6. At the conference, scientists reported that they ____________ (find) a cure for Malaria.
  7. On my last visit to Wixton I ____________ (find) that the village ____________ (not change) much.
  8. In a surprise move, the Prime Minister ____________ (resign) last night.
  9. Jane didn't want any dinner. She ____________ (eat) already.

 

 

ĐÁP ÁN VÀ HƯỚNG DẪN CHẤM MÔN TIẾNG ANH – LỚP 11

ĐỀ CHÍNH THỨC

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  1.     8 . 0,25 = 2 points

1.  broke   -  was playing

2.  to go down

3   has done

4.  would be

5.  wouldn’t  have succeeded

6.  to be examined

7.  gets

 

II .  4. 0,25= 1 points

  1. disappointment
  2. attractively
  3. contest
  4. complaints

 

III   4. 0,5 = 2 points

1. He told me that he would  come to see me if he had time.

2. She invited  us  to come and visit  her whenever we wanted

3. That actress, whose  name  I’ve forgotten, is very well-known.

4. If Nancy hadn’t left late/ had left  early, she wouldn’t have missed the bus / would  have caught the bus.

 

  1.     8.0,25 = 2 points

1. tries    

2. believe         

3. influence         

4. comments

5. other   

6. envelopes    

7. pagoda             

8. throughout

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  1. 6.0,5 = 3 points
  1. Why is Tanni famous? She is famous because she is one of the fastest wheelchair racers in the world.
  2. How many world records did she hold in her best year? Six
  3. Why can’t she use her legs? She can’t use her legs  because she has spinabifida / she was born with a disease called spinabifida.

 

 

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…………. High school               The 1st term test – Grade 11

     School year: 2014 -2015

         Time allowance: 45’

    Number: A11001

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I. Phonetics: 

* Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest:(0.5p) 

1. A. mutual   B. question  C. feature  D. confidential

2. A. available  B. land  C. family  D. plan

* Choose one word whose stress pattern is different from the others:(0.5p)

3. A. relevant    B. volunteer  C. primary  D. different

4. A. college   B. healthy  C. remote  D. children

II. Grammar and vocabulary:

A. Fill in the blank with the correct form of the verb in the bracket. (1.5p)

1. He did not expect (invite)………………………………………. to the party.

2. (Fail) …………………………..……..twice, he didn’t want to try again.

3. I was sure that I (meet) ………..……………………. him before.

4. I remember (take) ………………….………………. to the zoo when I was a child.

5. She is busy (shop)…………………………………..for her wedding.

6. John had agreed (meet)…………………………………..me in his office.

B. Fill in the blank with the correct form of the word in the bracket. (1.p)

1. There are more than 50............................................taking part in the competition (compete)

2. The room was ....................................................decorated with pink and white icing (beauty)

3. You need to be more.................................if you want to become a novelist.  (imagine)

4. The.............................................of our group scored 20 points at the last question. (represent)

C. Choose the best answer to complete the following sentences (1.5p)

1. They give care and comfort …………… disadvantaged children.

A. for   B. to    C. on    D. at

2. I want to congratulate you ……………the contest.

 A. to win  B. at winning  C. on winning             D. about winning

3. Your friendship should be based on ……………. trust.    

         A. basic          B. fragile          C. mutual   D. blind

4. She made a big …………. about not having a window seat on the plane.

         A. complaint   B. fuss   C. excitement   D. interest

5. An English Club will be …………… to help poor children improve their English skills.

         A. set up   B. showed up   C. brought on  D. put on

6. What is ………. aim of the competition?     

         A. a                                B. an    C. the    D.

III. Reading:

  1. Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fill in each blank: (1,25 p)

More and more young people are doing volunteer work at home and abroad. The….(1)…  variety of jobs and destinations available is making it an increasingly attractive option …. (2)… those who have just left school and have a year free before university. Many choose to spend these twelve months …. (3)…  in poor countries. There they will earn little or no money, but they will be doing something useful and enjoying the experience. Americans are not an exception. They love doing volunteer work.

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Former United States President Richard Nixon supported a week of celebrating the act of volunteering. In 1974, Former president Nixon signed the legislation that created National Volunteer Week. This special holiday is held each April in the United States of America. …. (4)…  Nixon’s administration, each new president has supported and promoted National Volunteer Week. During this week, many celebrations are held to recognize and honor …. (5)… individuals that volunteer in an assortment of ways. Volunteering makes a difference. Have you made a difference lately?

1. A. huge  B. large   C. wide   D. big

2. A. to    B. for    C. out of   D. in

3. A. to work  B. work   C. to working   D. working

4. A. From  B. After    C. Since   D. Right after

5. A. one  B. many   C. every   D. much

B. Read the passage then choose the best option: (1,25 p)

 In the United States, friendships can be close, constant, intense, generous and real, yet fade away in a short time if circumstances change. Neither side feels hurt by this. Both may exchange Christmas greetings for a year or two, perhaps a few letters for a while – then no more. If the same two people meet again by chance, even years later, they pick up the friendship where it left off and delighted.

 In the United States, you can feel free to visit people’s homes, share their holidays, or enjoy their lives without fear that you are taking on a lasting obligation. Do not hesitate to accept hospitality because you can’t give it in return. No one will expect you to do so for they know you are far from home. Americans will enjoy welcoming you and be pleased if you accept their hospitality easily.

 Once you arrive there, the welcome will be full and warm and real. Most visitors find themselves readily invited into many homes there. In some countries, it is considered inhospitable to entertain at home, offering what is felt as only home cooked food, not “doing something for your guest”. It is felt that restaurant entertaining shows more respect and welcome. Or for other different reasons, such as crowded space, language difficulties, or family custom, outsiders are not invited into homes.

 In the United States, both methods are used, but it is often considered friendlier to invite a person to one’s home than to go to a public place, except in purely business relationships. So, if your host or hostess brings you home, do not feel that you are being shown inferior treatment.

 Don’t feel neglected if you do not find flowers awaiting you in hotel room, either. Flowers are very expensive there; hotel delivery is uncertain; arrival times are delayed, changed, or cancelled – so flowers are not customarily sent as a welcoming touch. Please do not feel unwanted! Outward signs vary in different lands, the inward welcome is what matters, and this will be real.

1. In the United States, you will find friendship ………….if circumstances change.

A. die suddenly  B. pass away  C. disappear gradually D. last forever

2. Americans…………their foreign friends to make a return for their hospitality.

A. ask   B. wish  C never allow   D. don’t expect

3. In some other countries, giving a dinner party at home is considered…………than in a restaurant.

A. less friendly  B. less hospitable C. less natural   D. more popular

4. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true?

A. Flowers are available at all time.  B. Flowers are expensive.

C Flowers are signs of outward welcome. D. Flowers are not necessarily sent to guests.

5. The word “themselves” (line 9 - paragraph3) refers to…………

A. countries  B. Americans  C. visitors   D. welcomes

IV. Writing:

A. Find out one mistake in each sentence (1p)

1. You'd  not better  swim too far from  the shore.

           A              B              C              D

2. I saw a man to jump through the  window 5 minutes ago, but  I couldn't remember  his face.

                                   A            B                                                 C                       D

3. Some  adults have a total lack of sympathy for  young people.

         A                                 B               C                   D

4. Unless we work harder, we will  finish it on time .

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                            A  B     C                     D

B. Rewrite the following sentences using the suggestions (1,5p)

  1. 'I'm sorry I couldn't come to visit you last summer.'

=>Kate apologized …………………………………………………………………………………………

  1. They had a good meal and then went to dance.

=> After they ……………………………………………………………………………………………

3. Sally doesn't know what she has to do for homework because she was absent from school on Friday.

=> If……………………………………………………………………………………………………..

 

-End of the test-

 

 

………… High school               The 1st term test – Grade 11

     School year: 2014 -2015

         Time allowance: 45’

    Number: A11002

      ----------------------------------------------------------

I. Phonetics:

  • Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently: (0,5 p)

1. A. university   B. student   C. volunteer   D. museum

2.  A. sing   B. language  C. thank  D. any

  • Choose the word which is stressed differently from the others : (0,5 p)

3. A. lemonade  B. refreshments C. informal  D. together

4. A.  university   B. available  C. population   D. education

II. Vocabulary and grammar:

  1. Fill in the blank with the correct form of the verb in brackets: (1,5 p)

1. Parents rarely let their children (go) ………………………………out after 9 pm.

2. She is busy (shop) ……………………………… for her wedding.

3. He did not expect (invite) …………………………… to the party.

4. After the professor (make) …………………………a speech, all the people clapped their hands loudly.

5. Many people don’t like (ask) …………………………… about their personal matters.

6. I found a coin (lie)………………………….……………… on the sidewalk.

  1. Fill in the blank with the correct form of the word in brackets: (1 p)
    1. The room was ............................................decorated with pink and white icing. (beauty)

2. My closest friend is a warm and................................person. (care)

3. The teacher gave a clear......................................of the rules of the competition. (explain)

4. We must raise an .......................................of the problems of overpopulation. (aware)

  1. Choose the best answer to complete the following sentences: (1,5 p)

1. Two friends should be loyal……….…..each other.       A. on   B. with  C. in   D. to

2. I really like Emma Watson. She had such a good sense of ……………….

A. intelligent   B. humour   C. honest   D. patience

3. The English contest……………. the Student Union is an annual event in my school.

A. by                 B. organized by           C. held                         D. to held

4. Some scientists say that there are enough resources to …………… 8 billion people.

A. provide   B. distribute   C. raise   D. support

5. Please meet me at the train station in …………………………. hour from now.    

A. a   B. an   C. the   D. X

6. Would you …….my opening the windows now?   A. mind        B. concern  C. worry    D. want

III. Writing:

A. Find out one mistake in each sentence: (1 p)

1. She said that if it does not rain the next day, she would go out with you.

                    A                      B                               C            D

2. The number of  participants in the competition  have increased  to 360 .

                 A                                              B            C                  D

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3. Collect  foreign stamps  is one of  my hobbies .

           A                     B           C                D

4. Have you got any difficulty with  learning  about  these answers? 

        A                                                 B           C      D  

B. Rewrite the following sentences, using the suggestions: (1,5 p)

1. As she was a nurse, she knew what to do after the accident. (using a participle)

=>……………………………………………………………………………………..……………

2.'It was nice of you to invite me to your birthday party. Thanks so much’, Mike said.

=> Mike.....………………………………………………………………………………….

3. He gave me a lift to the station and I didn’t miss the train.

       = > If.......................................................................................................................................

 

IV. Reading:

A. Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fill in each blank: (1,25 p)

Have you ever wanted to do something different? Five years ago, Will Slade read __ (1)_ an organization called Earthwatch. Earthwatch finds volunteers for expeditions to study and explore different_ (2 ) of the world.

Will Slades decided to join an expedition to study elephants in Africa. “I wasn’t sure about it before I went,” said Will. “But in fact, I really enjoyed __ (3)__  minute of the expedition. We slept in tents and we cooked our own food, but it was great to see the elephants __ (4)__  all the other animals there”. “I’ve had all the expeditions, and I’ve seen many fantastic places. How many people have slept on a beach, climbed a mountain, or see a whale? This world is such a beautiful place, but it’s disappearing fast. We have to __ (5)__more about it if we’re going to save it.”

  1. A. about  B. on   C. at   D. in
  2. A. parts  B. countries  C. places  D. areas
  3. A. some  B. any   C. every  D. many

4.   A. so   B. but   C. or   D. and

5.   A. give  B. do   C. learn  D. tell

B. Read the passage then choose the best option: (1,25p)

     Many organizations are trying to find a solution to the problem of world hunger. Two of them are CARE and OXFARM. They both provide food to hungry people. However, they both believe that it is more important to help people produce their own food. Because of this belief, both organizations have programmes to help people improve their lives.

     CARE: It was organized in 1945. Today it has development programs in 37 countries. CARE gives equipment and teaches people how to build water systems, roads, schools, houses and health centers. It also teaches people how to increase productivity on their farms, and how to start small village industries. Besides, it provides health care for the people. It teaches people how to improve their health. It trains people and provides simple medical care.

     CARE also provides food for about 30 million people each year, most of them are children. It gives special help when there is a flood, an earthquake, a drought or a war.

     OXFARM: In the 1960s, it started working on long-term development in many countries. It wanted to attack the causes of hunger, poverty and diseases. It wanted to prevent the problems instead of trying to solve them. However, it continues to provide food to the hungry, the sick and the homeless.

     Both organizations are international. They help people of any race, colour or religion. They meet with the people to decide on program together. OXFARM and CARE help to provide the necessities of life to less developed countries.

  1. Which of the following is the main topic of the passage?

A.  Organizations in the world.  B. Some international organizations with good purposes.

C. Organizations in the United States. D. Two international organizations with good purposes.

  1. The author mentions all of the following as ways to help people in less developed countries EXCEPT… A. building water systems                                                        B. providing health care                                                        C. doing businesses                                                                      D. improving health
  2. What is the common feature of both international organizations?

A. They both teach people a foreign language. B. They both teach people to produce medicine. 

C. They both provide help to people in less developed countries.  

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D. They both create money to help people in developed countries.

4. It can be inferred from the passage that…….

A. People all over the world who are in need are helped to overcome difficulty in life.

B. People in Africa who are in need are helped to overcome difficulty in life.

C. People in some parts of the rich world who are in need are helped to overcome difficulty in life.

D. People all over the world who are on business are helped to overcome economy difficulty.

5. The word necessities (line 16- paragraph 5) is closest in meaning to……

A. what people need    B. what people like    

C. what people do not need   D. what people do not like.

 

-End of the test-

………….. High school               The 1st term test – Grade 11

     School year: 2014 -2015

         Time allowance: 45’

    Number: A11003

      ----------------------------------------------------------

I. Reading:

A. Read the passage carefully and choose the best option to fill in each blank: (1,25 p)

More and more young people are doing volunteer work at home and abroad. The….(1)…  variety of jobs and destinations available is making it an increasingly attractive option …. (2)… those who have just left school and have a year free before university. Many choose to spend these twelve months …. (3)… in poor countries. There they will earn little or no money, but they will be doing something useful and enjoying the experience. Americans are not an exception. They love doing volunteer work.

Former United States President Richard Nixon supported a week of celebrating the act of volunteering. In 1974, Former president Nixon signed the legislation that created National Volunteer Week. This special holiday is held each April in the United States of America. …. (4)…  Nixon’s administration, each new president has supported and promoted National Volunteer Week. During this week, many celebrations are held to recognize and honor …. (5)… individuals that volunteer in an assortment of ways. Volunteering makes a difference. Have you made a difference lately?

1. A. wide  B. large   C. huge   D. big

2. A. out of    B. in    C. to    D. for

3. A. work  B. to work   C. working   D. to working

4. A. From  B. After    C. Since   D. Right after

5. A. one  B. much   C. every   D. many

B. Read the passage then choose the best option: (1,25 p)

 In the United States, friendships can be close, constant, intense, generous and real, yet fade away in a short time if circumstances change. Neither side feels hurt by this. Both may exchange Christmas greetings for a year or two, perhaps a few letters for a while – then no more. If the same two people meet again by chance, even years later, they pick up the friendship where it left off and delighted.

 In the United States, you can feel free to visit people’s homes, share their holidays, or enjoy their lives without fear that you are taking on a lasting obligation. Do not hesitate to accept hospitality because you can’t give it in return. No one will expect you to do so for they know you are far from home. Americans will enjoy welcoming you and be pleased if you accept their hospitality easily.

 Once you arrive there, the welcome will be full and warm and real. Most visitors find themselves readily invited into many homes there. In some countries, it is considered inhospitable to entertain at home, offering what is felt as only home cooked food, not “doing something for your guest”. It is felt that restaurant entertaining shows more respect and welcome. Or for other different reasons, such as crowded space, language difficulties, or family custom, outsiders are not invited into homes.

 In the United States, both methods are used, but it is often considered friendlier to invite a person to one’s home than to go to a public place, except in purely business relationships. So, if your host or hostess brings you home, do not feel that you are being shown inferior treatment.

 Don’t feel neglected if you do not find flowers awaiting you in hotel room, either. Flowers are very expensive there; hotel delivery is uncertain; arrival times are delayed, changed, or cancelled – so flowers are not customarily sent as a welcoming touch. Please do not feel unwanted! Outward signs vary in different lands, the inward welcome is what matte

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rs, and this will be real.

1. In some other countries, giving a dinner party at home is considered…………than in a restaurant.

A. less friendly  B. less natural  C. less hospitable  D. more popular

2. The word “themselves” (line 9 - paragraph3) refers to…………

A. visitors   B. Americans  C. countries   D. welcomes

3. In the United States, you will find friendship ………….if circumstances change.

A. last forever  B. pass away  C. disappear gradually D. die suddenly

4. Americans…………their foreign friends to make a return for their hospitality.

A. ask   B. don’t expect C never allow   D. wish

5. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true?

A. Flowers are expensive.    B. Flowers are available at all time.

C Flowers are signs of outward welcome. D. Flowers are not necessarily sent to guests.

II. Phonetics: 

* Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest: (0.5p) 

1. A. mutual   B. confidential  C. feature  D. question

2. A. family   B. land   C. available   D. plan

* Choose one word whose stress pattern is different from the others:(0.5p)

3. A. volunteer   B. relevant  C. primary  D. different

4. A. college   B. healthy  C. children  D. remote

III. Grammar and vocabulary:

A. Fill in the blank with the correct form of the verb in the bracket. (1.5pts)

1. I was sure that I (meet) ………………………. him before.

2. I remember (take) ………………………. to the zoo when I was a child.

3. He did not expect (invite)………………………………………. to the party.

4. (Fail) ……………………………..twice, he didn’t want to try again.

5. She is busy (shop)…………………………………..for her wedding.

6. John had agreed (meet)…………………………………..me in his office.

B. Fill in the blank with the correct form of the word in the bracket. (1.p)

1. You need to be more.................................if you want to become a novelist.  (imagine)

2. There are more than 50............................................taking part in the competition (compete)

3. The room was ....................................................decorated with pink and white icing (beauty)

4. The.............................................of our group scored 20 points at the last question. (represent)

C. Choose the best answer to complete the following sentences (1.5p)

1. She made a big ……………… about not having a window seat on the plane.

         A. fuss    B. interest   C. excitement   D. interest

2. They give care and comfort …………… disadvantaged children.

A. for   B. at    C. on    D. to

3. What is ………. aim of the competition?             A.                 B. the        C. an       D. a

4. I want to congratulate you …………….the contest.

 A. to win  B. on winning  C. at winning             D. about winning

5. Your friendship should be based on …………. trust.    

         A. mutual          B.  basic         C. fragile   D. blind

6. An English Club will be …………… to help poor children improve their English skills.

         A. brought on   B. showed up   C. set up  D. put on

IV. Writing:

A. Find out one mistake in each sentence (1p)

     1. Some adults have a total lack of  sympathy for  young people.

              A                         B            C            D

     2. You'd  not better  swim  too far from  the shore.

                 A        B        C      D

     3. I saw a man to jump through the  window 5 minutes ago, but I couldn't remember  his face.

                                        A                 B                                       C                     D

     4. Unless we work  harder, we will  finish it on time.

                                A        B           C            D

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B. Rewrite the following sentences using the suggestions (1,5p)

1. Sally doesn't know what she has to do for homework because she was absent from school on Friday.

=> If……………………………………………………………………………………………………..

2.'I'm sorry I couldn't come to visit you last summer.'

=>Kate apologized …………………………………………………………………………………………

  1. They had a good meal and then went to dance.

=> After they ………………………………………………………………………………………………

-End of the test-

 

 

 

 

………….. High school               The 1st term test – Grade 11

     School year: 2014 -2015

         Time allowance: 45’

    Number: A11004

      ----------------------------------------------------------

I. Reading:

A. Read the passage then choose the best option: (1,25p)

     Many organizations are trying to find a solution to the problem of world hunger. Two of them are CARE and OXFARM. They both provide food to hungry people. However, they both believe that it is more important to help people produce their own food. Because of this belief, both organizations have programmes to help people improve their lives.

     CARE: It was organized in 1945. Today it has development programs in 37 countries. CARE gives equipment and teaches people how to build water systems, roads, schools, houses and health centers. It also teaches people how to increase productivity on their farms, and how to start small village industries. Besides, it provides health care for the people. It teaches people how to improve their health. It trains people and provides simple medical care.

     CARE also provides food for about 30 million people each year, most of them are children. It gives special help when there is a flood, an earthquake, a drought or a war.

     OXFARM: In the 1960s, it started working on long-term development in many countries. It wanted to attack the causes of hunger, poverty and diseases. It wanted to prevent the problems instead of trying to solve them. However, it continues to provide food to the hungry, the sick and the homeless.

     Both organizations are international. They help people of any race, colour or religion. They meet with the people to decide on program together. OXFARM and CARE help to provide the necessities of life to less developed countries.

1. What is the common feature of both international organizations?

A. They both provide help to people in less developed countries.

B. They both teach people a foreign language. C. They both teach people to produce medicine. 

D. They both create money to help people in developed countries.

2. Which of the following is the main topic of the passage?

A. Organizations in the United States. B. Two international organizations with good purposes.

C.  Organizations in the world.  D. Some international organizations with good purposes.

3. The word necessities (line 16- paragraph 5) is closest in meaning to……

A. what people do not need   B. what people do not like.

C. what people need    D. what people like    

4. The author mentions all of the following as ways to help people in less developed countries EXCEPT…                                          A. building water systems                                          B. providing health care                           

   C. improving health    D. doing businesses

5. It can be inferred from the passage that…….

A. People in Africa who are in need are helped to overcome difficulty in life.

B. People in some parts of the rich world who are in need are helped to overcome difficulty in life.

C. People all over the world who are in need are helped to overcome difficulty in life.

D. People all over the world who are on business are helped to overcome economy difficulty.

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