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Đề thi Giữa kì 1 - Global Success

Năm học 2022 - 2023

Môn: Tiếng Anh lớp 10

Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút

(không kể thời gian phát đề)

(Đề số 1)


Questions 1-5: There are five questions in this part. For each question, decide whether the statement is TRUE or FALSE. Tick (V) the correct boxes. You will listen to the recording twice.



1. Family values are the foundation for children’s growth and education.

2. Traditional family values create and limit children’s behaviours.

3. Parents should take their time to share their family values and traditions with their children.

4. Family members should share meals when the family gets together to talk about the day.

5. Family values are the traditions that provide the emotional and physical basis for a better family.

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Questions 6-8: There are three questions in this part. For each question, circle the correct answer A, B, or C. You will listen to the recording twice.

6. What is the girl's favourite music

A. Country music                         B. Rock and roll                 C. All kinds of music

7. Where are they going to sit?

A. In the sun                                B. At a food stand              C. In the shade

8. What is the boy going to buy?

A. Chips and soda                        B. Steak and bread             C. A bottle of water


Questions 9-11: Choose the word (A, B, C, or D) which is pronounced differently in the part underlined.        

9. A. applicant                   B. distant                 C. elephant              D. enchant

10. A. parent                      B. moment              C. recent                 D. prevent

11. A. entertainment          B. independent        C. different             D. compliment

Questions 12-14: Match the utterance in column A with its appropriate response in column B.



12. I drink fruit juice every day.

A. Like losing the soccer match yesterday?

13. There are things I really don't want to forget.

B. That's right.

14. Is Alzheimer the disease that affects your memory?

C. That's good, it helps keep your body in better conditions.

Questions 15-18: Choose the best option A, B, C, or D for each question.

15. Jenny ___________ a beautiful dress on her birthday.

A. gave                   B. will give                        C. is giving                        D. was given

16. The concert was exciting at the beginning, ___________ it became boring at the end.

A. so                       B. for                                 C. and                                D. but

17. Jane has an appointment with her doctor this week. She ___________ the doctor tomorrow as planned.

A. will be seeing      B. is going to see                C. will see                          D. is seeing

18. I’m too tired to walk home. I think I ___________ a taxi.

A. will get               B. am getting                     C. am going to get                D. get

Questions 19-22: Choose the best options (A, B, or C) to complete the sentences.

19. Minh enjoys meeting and talking with other people. He is very __________.

A. shy                               B. sociable                         C. smart

20. The function of the heart is to ___________ blood.

A. pull                               B. push                              C. pumb

21. Her first album sold more than one million copies, so she was given the __________ certification.

A. platinum                       B. gold                              C. silver

22. Last week, I had a(n) _____________ with a music company that hires trainers.

A. competition                   B. contest                          C. audition


Questions 11-18: Read the text about Adele and answer the questions that follow.

Adele has been one of the world's most well-known singers and songwriters in recent years. Born in North London in 1988, Adele started singing at a young age and she was mostly influenced by the Spice Girls. At the age of 16, Adele composed her first hit song, "Hometown Glory".

When she was a student at the British School for Performing Arts and Technology, she recorded three songs for a class project. All these songs later were posted on MySpace.com and became very popular. As a result, she was offered a record deal from XL Recordings after her graduation. Her first album "19" debuted at number one on the British charts in 2008.

In March 2008, she did a short tour in America and soon her international career began. In 2011, her second album, "21", came out. The music on this album was different from the soul music of "19". It was influenced by American country music, which Adele was listening to during her tour.

In 2012, she wrote and recorded "Skyfall" for the James Bond film of the same name. The song sold more than two million copies worldwide and for it Adele won the Academy Award for Best Original Song.

Since 2012, Adele has won many more awards. She has many fans including other famous singers because they admire her unique voice and her passion for music.

(Adapted from "Adele" by Learning Resource Network, 2016)

Circle the best answer A, B, C, or D for each of the following questions.

11. Adele's first song _____________.

A. was recorded at her art school

B. was influenced by the Spice Girls' music

C. was written when she was a teenager

D. was written for her class project

12. The second paragraph is mainly about _____________.

A. the songs Adele wrote for XL Recordings

B. what Adele did when she was a student

C. how Adele made her songs popular

D. how Adele began her professional music career

13. After Adele graduated from her art school, _____________.

A. she posted her songs on MySpace

B. she started singing and writing songs

C. she got a contract with a recording label

D. she started her career in America

14. The word "came out" in paragraph 3 can be replaced by _____________.

A. be composed                 B. be released          C. be offered           D. be recorded

15. The word "it" in paragraph 4 refers to _____________.

A. the song "Skyfall"                                        B. the Academy Award

C. Adele's best song                                          D. the 2012 James Bond film

Fill in each blank with NO MORE THAN THREE WORDS from the text.

16. While her second album was influenced by American country music, Adele's debut album featured ____________________ music.

17. More than ____________________ of the song "Skyfall" were sold all over the world.

18. People love Adele for her voice and her ____________________.


Questions 31-34: Complete the new sentence so that it means the same as the given one, using NO MORE THAN FIVE words. Write the missing words in the given spaces.

31. Many people in Viet Nam know singer My Tam.

Singer My Tam is ______________________________________ in Viet Nam.

32. In a human body, the brain controls all the organs.

All the organs in a human body __________________________________ by the brain.

33. Khoa has a strong desire for painting.

Khoa is ________________________________________ painting.

34. Did the technician repair your laptop for you?

Did you ________________________________________ by the technician?

Questions 35-40: You are a doctor and a patient asked you for advice about what to eat and not to eat to reduce stress. Write a letter of advice, using the given words and phrases. Change word forms and add more words if necessary.

Dear Tom,

You asked in your letter about the diet to reduce stress. Following is my advice. 35. First/you/avoid/certain/foods and drinks.

36. Caffeine containing foods/ alcohols/ tobacco/ believe/ increase/ level of stress.

37. In addition/ you/ not/ eat/ fast foods/ junk foods/ because/ they/ contain/ synthetic addictives.

38. Instead/ vegetables and fruits/ be/ consume/ provide/ extra protection/ against/ effects of stress.

39. Finally/ complex carbohydrates/ make/ brain/ release/ more/ mood-enhancing chemicals.

40. Hope/ you/ choose/ right foods/ and/ succeed/ in/ manage/ your stress.

Best, Jerry



Questions 1-5:

1. F

2. T

3. T

4. T

5. F


Family values are the foundation for how children grow, are taught and supported. Traditional family values are usually passed on from one generation to the next, giving children the structure and boundaries to function and thrive. Family time, love, play and work give children this foundation. Take the time to share your family values and traditions with your children. Schedule family meetings together, share meals where the family gets together to talk about the day, schedule recreation and relaxation into your day-to-day life. The definition of family values is the social standards defined by the family and a history of traditions that provide the emotional and physical basis for raising a family. Work together within your family to identify and create your own family values.

Questions 6-8:

6. B

7. C

8. A


Alex: Hey Jane, there is a musical concert in the park. You want to see the band play? Jane: I am done with my homework, I can go.

Alex: You will enjoy this evening, Jane. There will be good Country music, a lot of stomping around, and definitely a lot of hollering.

Jane: It sounds fun. My favorite is Rock and Roll music; however, I have to say that country melodies can be quite enticing. Alex, what kind of music do you like?

Alex: Oh, I like all kinds of music as long as it is not Hard Rock.

Jane: Wow, look at the number of people who have already shown up for the concert. Good thing that we are here already.

Alex: Jane, where do you want to sit? In the shade or in the sun?

Jane: In the shade, please. I have been in the sun too much lately.

Alex: There is a food stand over there. Do you two want anything?

Jane: Nothing for me, thanks. I already have my bottle of water.

Alex: I want a bag of chips and a soda. Are you sure you do not want any chips, Jane? Jane: I am quite sure. Besides, my mother is cooking some steak and bread for dinner, and I want to save my appetite.

Alex: Jane, you are so lucky to have such a good cook for a mother. For the last time, do you want anything?

Jane: I am sure I do not want anything, Alex. I am doing fine.

Alex: OK, save me a seat. I will be right back.


Questions 9-11:

9. D

10. D

11. D

Questions 12-14:

12. C

13. A

14. B

Questions 15-18:

15. D

16. D

17. D

18. A

Questions 19-22:

19. B

20. C

21. A

22. C


Questions 23-30:

23. C

24. D

25. C

26. B

27. A

28. (the) soul

29. two million copies

30. passion for music


Questions 31-34:

31. popular / well-known

32. are controlled

33. passionate about

34. have your laptop repaired

Questions 35-40:

35. First, you should avoid certain foods and drinks.

36. Caffeine containing foods, alcohols and tobacco are believed to increase the level of stress.

37. In addition, you should not eat fast foods and junk foods because they contain synthetic addictives.

38. Instead, vegetables and fruits can be consumed to provide extra protection against effects of stress.

39. Finally, complex carbohydrates can make the brain release more mood-enhancing chemicals.

40. Hope you choose the right foods and succeed in managing your stress.

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Đề thi Học kì 1 - Global Success

Năm học 2022 - 2023

Môn: Tiếng Anh lớp 10

Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút

(không kể thời gian phát đề)

(Đề số 1)


TASK 1. Listen to the conversation between Susan and Mr Johnson. Circle the best answer A, B, or C. You will listen TWICE.

1.  What does the guest do?

A. A counselor                           B. A principal                  C. A school manager

2.  How many years has the school won the best award?

A. One year                                B. Five years                    C. Seven years

3. What is the most important factor in the school’s success?

A. Teachers’ effort

B. Good facilities

C. Curriculum and extra activities

4. The guest believes that _____________.

A. learning art and music is a waste of time

B. students just need to study compulsory subjects

C. extra activities are good for the development of students

5. Why do the students in the school learn to play musical instruments?

A. To become professional musicians

B. To sharpen their brain function

C. To complete the programme

TASK 2. Listen to a talk about medicine and complete the summary. Write ONE WORD in each blank. You will listen TWICE.


One of the first vaccines was invented in (1) ___________. Then Louis Pasteur developed other vaccines with new (2) ___________. However, not all serious diseases can be cured with vaccines. Therefore, having a good (3) ___________ is one of the best ways to stay away from illness. Hopefully, with the (4) ___________ advancement, various kinds of vaccines will be invented successfully to save more children and (5) ___________ people in society.


TASK 1. Read the passage. Circle the best answer A, B, or C to each of the questions.

When the era of digital technology has bloomed all over the world, human beings have witnessed thousands of wonderful inventions which can be applied in a variety of fields. Among those, robots are considered as a brilliant human creativity and have been developed further to serve people. Shaped into human bodies, robots are machines built to do tasks. Normally, they can be controlled by built-in computers so that they can do a series of automatic actions. These human-like machines help us explore new places, and uncover the mystery of the deep and cold ocean which is very dangerous for a normal body. They seem to play an unlimited role not only in exploration, but in medical fields as well. In hospitals, they can do a wide range of jobs in cooperation with doctors to improve the health care system. For instance, robots can assist physicians remotely to check on patients and even inspect them. They can search around hospitals to collect information about the sick and transmit it to the doctors through a screen to help them interact efficiently. With cutting-edge technology they can even do an operation with a high level of accuracy under professionals’ control. Thanks to robotic assistants, medical workers can save time and save many lives from fatal diseases. It is believed that the number of robots applied in the medical industry will be expected to increase dramatically over the next few years.

1. What is the passage mainly about?

A. The history of the robot invention

B. The robots used in medical centres

C. The various applications of robots

D. How convenient a doctor can control a robot

2. The word cutting-edge in line 19 is closest in meaning to _____________.

A. most precise                                     B. sharpest            

C. most advanced                                 D. out of date

3. A robot can be operated by _____________.

A. a programmable remote computer

B. an internal computer

C. an automatic machine

D. a tiny remote computer

4. In the field of science, a robot can assist scientists in _____________.

A. preventing the sea level rise

B. controlling the extreme weather events on the ocean

C. looking for mysterious creatures under the sea

D. handling the life-threatening tasks of investigating marine life

5. According to the text, in hospitals robots can _____________.

A. check on patients and send information to the doctors

B. perform an operation by themselves

C. take care of the patients and interact with the doctors

D. suggest an operation plan on patients

TASK 2. Complete the reading passage. Write ONE suitable word in each blank.

Global integration has brought many challenges for nations. Preserving the cultural identity during the time of globalization is a matter of concern. Taking folk music lullaby Hat ru (1) ___________ an example, with the popularization of various music (2) ___________, Hat ru is not heard as much as it used to. The Vietnamese generation 2K seemed not to listen to many lullabies when they were kids. As a result, they hardly understand how this genre touches listeners’ hearts with its sweet, soft melodies and rhythms which are taken (3) ___________ folklore poems. Additionally, every simple and rustic image of the (4) ___________ is always clearly depicted in the lyrics such as a stork, a banyan tree, a wharf or a wooden boat. (5) ___________ of the value and artistic beauty of Hat ru, this kind of music needs to be preserved.


TASK 1. Put the words or phrases in the correct order to make sentences. Write each sentence in the blank.

1. at/ saw/ I/ the local charity centre/ teach/ for/ Last week/ an advertisement/ finding volunteers/ to/ homeless children/ .

2. rang/ and/ in the kitchen/ while / the doorbell/ I/ were/ Someone/ cooking/ my mother/ .

3. customers/ easily/ their holidays/ can/ Thanks to/ flights/ AI software,/ and/ hotels/ for/ book/ .

4. the Coronavirus Pandemic/ learn online/ is/ device/ for/ an/ many students/ to/ during/ The smartphone/ indispensable/.

5. main/ is/ one/ used/ in/ of/ the/ The moon-shaped lute/  Chau Van Singing/ musical instruments/.

TASK 2. Write an application letter to apply for volunteering at a local charitable centre (120 – 150 words).



Choose the word with a different way of pronunciation in the underlined part. Circle A, B, C, or D.

1. A.  manner         B. calculate            C. carbon                         D. laptop

2. A.  display         B. device                C. driverless                     D. pilot

Choose the word which has a different stress pattern from that of the others.

3. A. damage          B. routine               C. value                           D. transport

4. A. awareness      B. chemical            C. spotlessly                     D. gratitude

TASK 2. Choose the best option to complete each sentence. Circle A, B, or C.

1. Parents should teach young children about ___________ first before joining them in academic works.

A. values                B. manners             C. emission                      D. laundries

2. The litter and ___________ from factories lead human’s lives into danger.

A. support              B. Emission           C. bond                            D. grocery

3. Tom was ___________ from the final round due to a boring performance.

A. reached              B. eliminated         C. involved                      D. encouraged

4. Community service often includes ___________ activities which help students to develop better.

A. refillable           B. live                    C. practical                     D. generous

5. With the development of AI, there is lots of fun when students study with educational ___________ these days.

A. inventions         B. resources           C. processors                   D. apps

TASK 3. Complete each sentence with the correct form of the verb in brackets.

1. Tom usually does the laundry after dinner, but he _________ (hang out) today.

2. I’m afraid John can’t help us right now. He ___________ (talk) with his friends on the phone.

3. While Ann ___________ (clean) up litter on the streets, she met an old friend.

4. - Do you think that smartphones ___________ (invent) in 1992?

- Sorry, I have no idea.

5. Vacuum cleaners are very useful for ___________ (clean) the house.




1. B       

2. B                

3. C             

4. A

5. B


Susan: Hello everyone! May I introduce to you a special guest, Mr Johnson, the principal of a famous school in our city.

Mr Johnson: It’s great to be here. Thanks for having me.

Susan: Thank you for joining us. First, I’d like to congratulate you and your school on being the best one for over the five consecutive years since you have run the school about seven years ago as I remember. My first question is what makes your school a great achievement.

Mr Johnson: Thank you very much. In fact, the first factor is our teachers and students’ great effort. And then it is our good facilities. But the most vital factor I think is that we have an excellent and flexible curriculum as well as amazing extra activities.

Susan: I absolutely agree with you. Some people suppose schools should only pay attention to academic subjects rather than other ones because it is quite a waste of time to force students to study artistic subjects like art and music. What do you think about it?

Mr Johnson: Honestly, I strongly disagree with this view. Besides some compulsory subjects, we always encourage students to get to know and practice some other subjects and skills. Our school also pays attention to teaching students to play musical instruments because I highly appreciate its advantages and contribution to the development of teenagers. Students don’t need to play them like an extraordinary musician. They just learn to play to improve their brain function. It’s kind of a physical exercise for the brain, you know. It’s very beneficial for their mental health, which helps them improve academic performance…


1. 1798

2. approaches

3. lifestyle

4. medical

5. vulnerable


Vaccine is one of the greatest inventions in human history. Thanks to it, millions of lives have been saved. One of the first vaccines, released in 1798, was the smallpox vaccine made by Edward Jenner. After that, Louis Pasteur developed many kinds of vaccines with new approaches, and he successfully created cholera and anthrax vaccines. However, not all diseases can be prevented with vaccines like common diseases in tropical countries: dengue fever, hooves, hand, foot and mouth disease, etc. One of the best ways to keep our bodies from illness, therefore, is to have a healthy and active lifestyle before we search for a treatment. It is hoped that with the current advancement of the medical field, many vaccines will be completely developed to save more lives, especially for children and vulnerable people in society.



1. C                 

2. C                 

3. B                 

4. D                 

5. A


1. as

2. genres/ types

3. from

4. countryside

5. Because



1. Last week I saw an advertisement for finding volunteers to teach homeless children at the local charity centre.

2. Someone rang the doorbell while my mother and I were cooking in the kitchen.

3. Thanks to AI software, customers can easily book flights and hotels for their holidays.

4. The smartphone is an indispensable device for many students to learn online during the Coronavirus Pandemic.

5. The moon-shaped lute is one of the main musical instruments used in Chau Van Singing.


Sample writing:

Ly Thuong Kiet Street

District 10, Ho Chi Minh City

12 June 2021

Golden Hearts

Charitable Centre

Dear Sir/ Madam,

I am writing to apply for a volunteer tutor in Math and Vietnamese for autistic children at Golden Hearts Centre. I read the information about the position on your centre’s official website last night.

I’m enthusiastic about being part of your charitable classes, aiming at helping autistic children integrate into our community. I’m helpful and hard-working. I had some practical experience of teaching these two subjects to a couple of street children in my neighbourhood. Currently, all my weekend mornings are free, which fits your time requirement.  

I’m willing to have an interview on any weekday after 3 p.m. or on weekends. If my application is approved, I can start to work immediately.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours faithfully,

Nguyen Van A



1. C      

2. A      

3. B      

4. A       


1. B      

2. B      

3. B      

4. C      

5. D


1. is hanging out

2. is talking

3. was cleaning

4. were invented

5. cleaning

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Đề thi Giữa kì 2 - Global Success

Năm học 2022 - 2023

Môn: Tiếng Anh lớp 10

Thời gian làm bài: phút

(không kể thời gian phát đề)

(Đề số 1)


TASK 1. There are five questions in this part. For each question, decide whether the statement is TRUE or FALSE. Tick (V) the correct boxes. You will listen to the recording twice.

1. The next speaker has been the symbol of the city for over the past forty years.

2. She has worked for the city council for more than two terms.

3. She was introduced to be the Governor of a state in the US.

4. She did her PhD course in the State University.

5. She used to study at the Harvard University.

TASK 2.There are three questions in this part. For each question, circle the correct answer A, B, or C. You will listen to the recording twice.

1. What did the woman do as a social worker?

A. She connected people.

B. She helped the poor.

C. Both A and B are correct.

2. How did the woman describe the help that the young people gave to the poor?

A. Unbelievable.

B. Wonderful.

C. Different.

3. How were the poor treated in the past?

A. People didn’t want to talk to them.

B. People didn’t bother them.

C. People just wanted to talk about them.


TASK 1. Read the text and circle the best answer A, B, C, or D for each of the following questions.

Doing some forms of voluntary work has never been more popular with British people. Over 20 million people were engaged in voluntary activities in 2013. Volunteering means giving up time to do work of benefit to the community. It can take many forms, from working with children with learning difficulties, or in an animal hospital, or planting trees. When London won its bid to host the 2012 Olympics, up to 70,000 volunteers were needed to help ensure that the games were a success.

Volunteers can be anyone of any age. Students and full-time workers often manage to involve in some voluntary work. But what motivates volunteers? Some do it for a sense of selflessness while others find they have free time available. Many mention the opportunity to get to know people they would not normally meet.

A relatively new phenomenon is the hope of meeting new friends or even a life partner through volunteering. In a recent British survey, 20% of 18-24 year-olds and 8% of over-65s said their love lives had improved since they began volunteering. The same poll found that nearly half of volunteers enjoyed improved health and fitness, a quarter lost weight - especially those working with children or doing conservation projects - and two-thirds felt less stressed. So, it seems volunteering may improve your life, and you may even find the person of your dreams.

1. What does the text say about doing voluntary work in the UK?

A. It has never been popular with the British.

B. The number of volunteers reached its highest level in 2012.

C. Volunteers gain no benefit from the work.

D. Volunteers were needed for the success of the 2012 Olympics.

2. What does the word “It” in paragraph 1 refer to?

A. The community.

B. Volunteering.

C. Voluntary activity.

D. Voluntary work.

3. Which is NOT a reason for people to do voluntary work?

A. They care for others.

B. They have spare time.

C. They usually meet people.

D. They want new friends.

4. What does the third paragraph mainly discuss?

A. The survey on the volunteers’ life in Britain.

B. The hope of volunteers when doing voluntary work.

C. The better situation of doing voluntary work in Britain.

D. The benefits of volunteering to voluntary workers.

TASK 2. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrases that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 51 to 55.

The Meadow Park Zoo, which (1) _______ three months ago, is already attracting large numbers of visitors. The new zoo is quite small, compared with other similar (2) _______. You won’t find any large and dangerous animals such as lions or tigers in cages. Instead, there is a children’s zoo, (3) _______ children can handle little animals like rabbits and mice. They can also have rides on a camel or an (4) _______ The zoo had a working farm, too, with cows, sheep, ducks and chickens. Lots of children from cities don’t understand what happens (5) _______ a farm. It’s important for them to see for themselves where their milk and eggs come from.

1: A. opened   B. opens  C. opening   D. open

2: A. attractions  B. parties  C. schools  D. events

3: A. who   B. where   C. when   D. whom

4: A. elephant   B. monkey    C. hippo   D. bear

5: A. in   B. on    C. up    D. for


TASK 1. Complete the new sentence so that it means the same as the given one, using NO MORE THAN FIVE words. Write the missing words in the given spaces.

1. We use the correction pen to cover writing mistakes.

The correction pen ________________________________ writing mistakes.

2. The Internet has changed people’s lives in different ways.

People's lives ________________________________ in different ways by the Internet.

3. I have never eaten Indian food before.

It's the first time I ________________________________________.

4. I haven't seen him for five years.

The last time I saw him ___________________________________.

TASK 2. Write a paragraph (100-120 words) about the advantages of using smartphones for young people. Use the following prompts or your own ideas.

- For communication: multiple ways of communicating: send & receive messages and emails, make phone calls and video calls, connect to social networking sites (Facebook)

- For entertainment: read news, listen to music, play games

- For other high-tech functions: surf the Web, take photos, use mobile applications to support learning


TASK 1. Match the word with its definition. Write your answers (A, B, C, D or E) in the provided spaces. There is an extra definition you DO NOT USE.



1. charity

2. invention

3. benefit

4. contest

A. an advantage for profit gained from something

B. an event in which people compete for first prize in a sport or an activity

C. the act of giving money, food, or other kinds of help to people who are poor, sick, etc

D. a disadvantage or problem that makes something less acceptable

E. a unique or novel device, method, composition or process

TASK 2. Identify the part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

1. Ihaven’t seen Hoa again since we have graduated from high school.

2. I was lieing in the bath when the phone rang.

3. You looked so sick yesterday. Have you not visited the doctor yet?

4. We didn’t have new windows be installed on our house because it was too expensive.

TASK 3. Complete each sentence with the correct form of the verb in brackets.

1.This essay should ___________ (do) carefully to help students prepare well for the final exam.

2.Some female workers might ___________ (pay) wages this Saturday.

3.This is the most competitive contest Tony ___________ (ever join).

4.UNICEF has helped millions of children over the world since it __________ (establish).

5.Elena and Kai should spend more time __________ (improve) their parts of presentation.




1. T

2. F

3. F

4. T

5. F

Our next speaker really needs no introduction. She has been involved in local politics for longer than I've been alive, and over the past four decades has become an icon of our city and community. She started by serving eight years on the city council, and then eight years as mayor. After that, she was elected for two terms as our state governor, then two more terms as state representative. As if that weren't enough, she has been president of her children's Parent-Teacher Association three separate times, and now is the volunteer president of our local chapter of Citizens for a Greener America. She has a PhD in public policy from State University, where she serves on the advisory board, and last month received an honorary degree from Harvard. Ladies and gentlemen, please join me in giving a warm welcome/ to a very special guest: Ms. Lindsey Larson!


6. C

7. B

8. C

Time: People know you as a sort of social worker. Do they understand the spiritual basis of your work?

Mother Teresa: I don't know. But I give them a chance to come and touch the poor. Everybody has to experience that. So many young people give up everything to do just that. This is something so completely unbelievable in the world, no? And yet it is wonderful. Our volunteers go back different people.

Time: Does the fact that you are a woman make your message more understandable? Mother Teresa: I never think like that.

Time: But don't you think the world responds better to a mother?

Mother Teresa: People are responding not because of me, but because of what we're doing. Before, people were speaking much about the poor, but now more and more people are speaking to the poor. That's the great difference. The work has created this. The presence of the poor is known now, especially the poorest of the poor, the unwanted, the loved, the uncared-for. Before, nobody bothered about the people in the street. We have picked up from the streets of Calcutta 54,000 people, and 23,000 something have died in that one room at Kalighat.

Time: Why have you been so successful......



1. D

2. B

3. C

4. D


1. A

2. A

3. B

4. A

5. B



1. is used for covering/is used to cover

2. have been changed

3. have ever eaten Indian food

4. was five years ago


Suggested answer:

Many young people nowadays consider the smartphone an indispensable electronic device because of its benefits. First, it provides multiple ways of communicating. With a smartphone, people can text, call and get access to emails or video chats. This device also enables users to stay connected through social networking sites such as Facebook at anytime and in anywhere. Second, people can enjoy different types of entertainment from reading news, listening to music to playing games on their phones. Finally, other high-tech functions welcomed by the youth are also incorporated in a smartphone. Users can surf the Web, take photos and download mobile applications to support their study. In short, the smartphone is an useful device that can help young people a lot in their daily life.



1. C

2. E

3. A

4. B


1. have graduated

2. lieing

3. not visited

4. be installed


1. be done

2. be paid

3. has ever joined

4. was established

5. improving


Phòng Giáo dục và Đào tạo ...

Đề thi Học kì 2 - Global Success

Năm học 2022 - 2023

Môn: Tiếng Anh lớp 10

Thời gian làm bài: phút

(không kể thời gian phát đề)

(Đề số 1)


TASK 1. Listen to the conversation between Minh and Daisy. Circle the best answer A, B, or C. You will listen TWICE.

1. What is the topic of the oral test?

 A.It’s about climate change.

 B.It’s about how to lessen the human’s harmful impact on the environment.

 C.It’s about people’s negative responses to the environment.

2. How long may it take for plastic items to decompose?

 A.Hundreds of years

 B.A hundred years

 C.Several years

3. How many days does Minh have to prepare for his oral test?

 A.Four days

 B.More than four days

 C.Four weeks

4. What alternative choice does Daisy recommend to Minh to talk about?

 A.The reduction in using private vehicles to prevent air pollution

 B.The reduction in using plastic items to protect the environment

 C.The reduction in using fossil fuels to save the natural resources

5. What solution does Minh choose to present for his test?

 A.Using public transportation to reduce polluted air.

 B.How to use cars and motorbikes efficiently.

 C.Protecting the environment by preventing plastic bags consumption.

TASK 2. Listen to a talk about protecting the environment and complete the note. Write ONE WORD in each blank. You will listen TWICE.



● Less (1) ___________ or fuel needed to turn materials into new items.

● Less (2) ___________ impact on the environment.


● Change old car tires to (3) ___________.

● Make new shelters from used (4) ___________ and decorate them with (5) ___________ car parts.


TASK 1. Read the passage. Circle the best answer A, B, or C to each of the questions.

Global warming is said to be a culprit of many destructive natural damages. Many research shows that glaciers in Antarctica and Greenland are melting quickly, which has a detrimental influence on ocean currents. Cold lands are habitats of various polar mammals; therefore, ice melting means that their homeland is shrinking in size, and they will be on the brink of extinction. Furthermore, scientists point out that the global rising temperature results in the death of many coral reefs in many regions and the disappearance of various kinds of fish. It is not to mention the fact that human life has also been threatened. Most meteorologists and marine experts agree that the change of average heat worldwide links to the extensive storms and hurricanes, and other naturally severe disasters happening around the planet. Recently, a devastating tornado has badly torn a coastal state in the USA, killing at least 70 people and destroying a lot of houses and infrastructure. The town mayor said that he had never seen such a violently tremendous natural phenomenon before. Many European countries have also witnessed the rage of Mother Nature when they have been hit by ferocious storms taking months to recover the local people’s normal life. No one will know exactly the future, but the worst scenario of the earth can be predictable for sure if humans continue treating the environment as they are doing. Global warming is an emergency issue that should be resolved immediately.

1. What is the passage mainly about?

 A. Disastrous results of global warming.

 B.How bad humans are treating the earth.

 C.The deadly storms and tornadoes occurred in many countries.

 D.The reason why glaciers are melting.

2. What does the word ‘they’ in line 5 mean?


 B.Cold lands

 C. The polar mammals

 D.The habitats of the polar mammals

3. According to the text, what natural disaster has happened?

 A.A hurricane in the USA

 B.Storms of different types in some European countries and the USA

 C.Some droughts and hurricanes in the USA and European countries

 D.A flood and a storm in the USA and European countries

4. According to the text, where has suffered badly in a destructive tornado lately?

 A.A mountainous area in a European country

 B.A coastal state in Canada

 C.A central state in the USA

 D.A seaside state in the USA

5. Without timely actions, the worst future of humans’ life can be ________.

 A.solved immediately

 B.seen by no one

 C.certainly forecast

 D.surely avoided

TASK 2. Complete the reading passage. Write ONE suitable word in each blank.

In many countries, hydroelectric power plants play an important role in supplying electricity to households, to manufacturers, and other commercial and service industries etc. (1) ___________ this method in power production brings some benefits, there are some potential drawbacks we should seriously take into account. The first one is the substantial damages to the surrounding (2) ___________ where power plants are built. A large lake called a damp is formed to store water, which, under certain circumstances, could flood an extensive area and destroy habitats of both plants and (3) ___________ animals living in this region. The second pitfall is that a damp could have many potential accidents for people working there when it is in the construction process and even when it comes (4) ___________ use. Because of this possibility of disadvantages, the other ways which are greener and more sustainable in (5) ___________ generation should be developed such as wind or solar power.


TASK 1. Put the words or phrases in the correct order to make sentences. Write each sentence in the blank.

1.a range of/ said/ of/ the previous night/ had/ she/ come up with/ causes/ Nga/ the greenhouse effect/ .

2. and/ Global warming/ in/ ice/ rising/ levels/ results/ polar/ sea/ melting/ .

3.would/ an eco-friendly field trip/ we/ Phong Nha Cave/ money,/ to/ If/ we/ enough/ had/ go on/ .

4. I/ some/ buy/ local artisans/ suggest/ to/ traditional products/ help/ we/ should/ .

5. the drawbacks/ watched/ of/ has/ deforestation/ so far/ Liam/  a documentary/ about/.

TASK 2. Write a paragraph about the measures for protecting endangered animals (120 – 150 words).

You can use the following questions as cues.

- Why do people need to take action to protect endangered animals?

-What should the government do to stop poaching?

-What can we do to prevent the destruction of natural habitats?

-How can we raise funds for animal protection organisations?



Choose the word with a different way of pronunciation in the underlined part. Circle A, B, C, or D.

1.A.   trade     B.communicate     C.vaccinate     D.exchange

2.A.   domestic   B.soviet    C.donate    D.remote

Choose the word which has a different stress pattern from that of the others.

3.A.strategy     B.endanger    C.habitat     D.practical

4.A.peacekeeping    B.responsible   C. stalactite   D.firefighter

TASK 2. Choose the best option to complete each sentence. Circle A, B, or C.

1.Ann loves space and planets a lot, she wants to become a ___________ in the future.





2.All children are warmly ___________ to join the project as its aim is to help young learners in the community.





3.In order to give the best results for students, teachers must come up with an effective ___________.


B. operation    



4.Climate change can ___________ the inhabitants in this area.





5.Environmental protection is one of the best ways to ___________ the ecosystem.





TASK 3. Complete each sentence with the correct form of the verb in brackets.

1.One of the serious environmental issues is that the number of endangered animals ___________ (rise) dramatically at the moment.

2.Laptop is extremely useful for ___________ (teach) online these days.

3.Look! They___________ (collect) trash at the beach. I’m going to help them.

4.They had better choose the goods which ___________ (produce) locally because they are much cheaper than imported ones.

5.If you use paper bags, you ___________ (help) save the environment.

6.People ___________ (be) serious about global warming for ages.

7.If I were you, I ___________ (not jump) to conclusions.

8.She reminded me ___________ (send) her my presentation draft by 9 p.m. that night.

9.A lot of illegal ivories ___________ (find) in the container this morning.

10.I'd advise ___________ (sample) some street food in Ha Noi.




1. B                    

2. A                   

3. B                    

4. A                   

5. C

Minh: Hello Daisy, how are you preparing for the oral test next Thursday? I don’t have many ideas about how to reduce our negative impact on the surrounding environment…

Daisy:Well. There are a wide range of ways we can do to protect our environment. You can search the information on the Internet, newspapers or YouTube channels.

Minh: Oh, thank you very much. In fact, I was absent from my last class because of my illness. It took some time to recover, so I couldn’t catch all the lessons last week.

Daisy:So sorry to hear that. It’s just Saturday, you still have four days. Plus, it’s not very difficult. According to the lessons, one way we can do is to avoid using products with plastic packages as much as possible because we all know that plastic items need a very long time to be gotten rid of – hundreds of years although some people think it’s just several years.

Minh: Wow, it’s unbelievable. So how about other ways?

Daisy:If you find it hard to demonstrate the idea, another choice is to talk about minimizing air pollution by using public transportation instead of private cars and motorbikes.

Minh: Sounds interesting. But I think it would be easier for me to have a look at how we can decrease the amount of plastic bags we consume every day. I can utilize my family’s real experience as an example. I think my teacher will appreciate that. I’ll use your suggestions for the writing test, which is four weeks from now, as I need more time to collect the information about it.


1. energy

2. damaging

3. swings

4. buses

5. recycled

Good morning, everyone. As you may know, recycling materials is seen as one way to reduce the amount of garbage dumped into the environment. Today, I will show you another solution which is very useful, and easily done by yourselves. It’s “salvaging materials”. Let me give you more explanations. Normally, we use more energy to recycle something to turn it into new products. For example, to recycle metal, we have to melt it down and then make it into new shapes, which means we need lots of fuels or energy. However, with the salvaging method, we can reuse materials with fewer energy resources and minimise the damaging impact on our environment. For instance, we can reuse the old car tires as new swings for children, or we even turn old buses into new comfortable and eco-friendly homes by modifying them and adding more decorations made from recycled car parts inside and outside. Simple, isn’t it? Can anyone give me some other examples? ...



1. A        

2. C        

3. B       

4. D       

5. C


1. Although/ Though

2. environment

3. wild

4. into

5. electricity




1. Nga said she had come up with a range of causes of the greenhouse effect the previous night.

2. Global warming results in rising sea levels and polar ice melting. / polar ice melting and rising sea levels.

3. If we had enough money, we would go on an eco-friendly field trip to Phong Nha Cave.

4. I suggest we should buy some traditional products to help local artisans.

5. Liam has watched a documentary about the drawbacks of deforestation so far.


Sample writing:

Nowadays, an increasing number of endangered animals have been on the verge of extinction, so we should take serious measures against major threats to these species. First, the government should impose a total ban on illegal hunting and trading in valuable wild animal parts, and heighten public awareness of stopping purchasing wild animal products. Second, deforestation for farming and building industrial parks is attributed to the widespread loss of natural habitats of many wild animals. Therefore, we should stop cutting down forests and set up more nature reserves and conservation parks to better protect these animals on the red list. Finally, we can join the ecotours in which a part of money is donated to wildlife organisations to help preserve endangered species from mass disappearance. To summarise, with the above practical protection measures, we can hope that current wild animals in danger will never die out.



1. C    2. A   3. B    4. B


1. B    2. B    3. D   4. B    5. B


1. is rising

2. teaching

3. are collecting

4. are produced

5. will help

6. have been

7. wouldn’t jump/ would not jump

8. to send

9. were found

10. sampling

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