Đề thi Giữa kì 1 Tiếng Anh lớp 10 mới có đáp án (Đề 3)

    Đề kiểm tra môn Tiếng Anh lớp 10

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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.

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Đề thi Giữa kì 1 Tiếng Anh lớp 10 mới có đáp án (Đề 3)

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

1. Luckily, I got some ____ advice on how to make a presentation on ‘For a better community’ from my class teacher.

      A. useless

      B. useful

      C. usefulness

      D. uselessness

2. These ____ children encounter many problems and really need our help.

      A. disadvantaged

      B. advantaged

      C. disadvantage

      D. advantage

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3. Fundraising for charity is a ____ thing for everyone to do to help the community.

      A. meant

      B. meaningful

      C. meaningless

      D. meaning

4. They were so ____ about joining the local volunteer group that they couldn’t sleep last night.

      A. excite

      B. excitement

      C. exciting

      D. excited

5. It is ____ that all the students in class 1OA choose to do a project on ‘Helping the needy’.

      A. surprising

      B. surprised

      C. surprise

      D. surprisingly

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6. Volunteers become well ____ of the problems facing the world.

      A. aware

      B. concerned

      C. helpful

      D. interested

7. English teaching is considered a good example of a volunteer job which often turns ____ a career.

      A. off

      B. up

      C. on

      D. into

8. Mahatma Gandhi fought for the rights of coloured people in general and the Indians ____.

      A. in time

      B. in particular

      C. in contrast

      D. in fact

9. A/an ____ is a person who needs others to take care of him/her, because of illness that he/she had for a long time.

      A. patient

      B. martyr

      C. invalid

      D. addict

10. Mr. Chen is more _____ because he has finally agreed to allow his daughter to join an overseas volunteer organisation in Africa.

      A. single-minded

      B. narrow-minded

      C. absent-minded

      D. open-minded

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

1. Last Sunday, our volunteer team ____ a lot of food packages to homeless people in the flood-hit region.

      A. were bringing

      B. brought

      C. have brought

      D. had brought

2. I ____ Maria for the first time at the Heart-to-Heart Charity Office.

      A. saw

      B. was seeing

      C. was seen

      D. has seen

3. We ____ the roof for Mrs. Smith, an elderly childless woman, when it ____ with rain.

      A. were mending - was pouring

      B. mended - poured

      C. mended - was pouring

      D. were mending - poured

4. When we were on a voluntary tour, we ___ to public places to collect rubbish every day.

      A. were going

      B. went

      C. have gone

      D. had gone

5. The phone was engaged when I called. Who ____ to?

      A. were you talking

      B. were you talked

      C. did you talk

      D. have you talked

6. We ____ in silence when he suddenly ____ me to help him.

      A. were walking - was asking

      B. were walking - asked

      C. walked – asked

      D. walked - was asking

7. I ____ my report when my boss ____ the hall.

      A. made - was entering

      B. made - entered

      C. was making - was entering

      D. was making - entered

8. I ____ near the fence when suddenly I ____ the voices.

      A. stood – heard

      B. stood - was hearing

      C. was standing – heard

      D. was standing - was hearing golf.

9. Jim ____ his leg when he ____ golf.

      A. broke - was playing

      B. broke - played

      C. was breaking - was playing

      D. was breaking - broke

10. While I ____ for him to call up, he ____ a good time in the bar.

      A. waited - was having

      B. was waiting - was having

      C. was waiting – had

      D. was waited - was waiting

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct response to each of the following exchanges.

1. “Why don’t we visit the Happy Mind Charity Centre this weekend?” – “____”

      A. Because it is so useful.

      B. That’s a good idea!

      C. I’ll tell you about this centre.

      D. Until next time.

2. “Hello, I’m Minh, the leader of Dream Sky volunteer team.” - “ ____”

      A. Nice to meet you. I’m John, from Volunteer Bolivia.

      B. It's nice of you so say so, I'm John, from Volunteer Bolivia.

      C. Fine, see you again soon, Minh.

      D. Don’t mention it. I'm John, from Volunteer Bolivia.

3. “Thank you very much for helping the disadvantaged children here!” - “____”

      A. What a pity!

      B. It’s our pleasure.

      C. Sorry, we don’t know.

      D. That's nice of you!

4. “Take care! Have a safe trip back!” - “____”

      A. Thanks for coming.

      B. Sounds good.

      C. Thanks, bye.

      D. Good luck next time.

5. “Well, I think volunteering will bring some useful experience for our future job.” – “____”

      A. That’s also what I think.

      B. I'm sorry, but I have to agree

      C. I don’t think so, either.

      D. That’s unbelievable!

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

I didn’t even notice him. It was a chilly November evening in New York City, and my daughter and I were walking up Broadway. I was thinking, “Milk, dry cleaners, home”. Was I supposed to notice a guy sitting inside a cardboard box next to a newsstand? No, but Nora did. She wasn't even four, but she pulled at my coat sleeve and said. “That man’s cold, Daddy. Can we take him home?"

I don't remember my reply - probably something like, “That wouldn't really be helping him”. Maybe I made her feel better by giving her an apple. I don't know. But I do remember a sudden heavy feeling inside me. I had always been delighted at how much my daughter noticed in her world, whether it was birds in flight or children playing. But now she was noticing suffering and poverty.

A few days later, I saw an article in the newspaper about volunteers who delivered meals to elderly people. The volunteers went to a nearby school on a Sunday morning, picked up a food package, and delivered it to an elderly person. It was quick and easy. I signed us up. Nora was excited about it. She could understand the importance of food, so she could easily see how valuable our job was. When Sunday came, she was ready, but I had to push myself to leave the house. On the way to the school. I fought an urge to turn back. The Sunday paper and my coffee were waiting at home. Why do this? Still, we picked up the package and phoned the elderly person we'd been assigned. She invited us right over. And that day Nora and I paid a visit to her depressing flat. After saying goodbye, I walked home in tears.

Professionals call such a visit a “volunteer opportunity". Indeed, the proverty my daughter and I helped lessen that Sunday afternoon was not the old woman's alone it was in our lives, too. Nora and I regularly serve meals to needy people and collect clothes lor the homeless. Yet, as I've watched her grow over these past four years. I still wonder which of us has benefited more?

1. Which of the following can be the best title of the passage?

      A. A Lesson in Caring

      B. Volunteer Opportunities

      C. An International Voluntary Organisation

      D. A Beautiful Sunday

2. The phrase “delighted at" in the passage is closet in meaning to ____.

      A. very bored with

      B. very pleased at

      C. very disappointed with

      D. very surprised at

3. Which of the following is true about Nora, the author’s daughter?

      A. She was a naughty schoolgirl.

      B. She didn't care for anyone around her.

      C. She was not interested in doing charity.

      D. She is ov er four years old now.

4. After reading the newspaper article about volunteers who helped the elderly, the writer ____.

      A. paid no attention

      B. went to work

      C . signed him and his daughter up

      D. took his daughter to school

5. The word “us" in the passage refers to ____.

      A. the writer and his daughter

      B. the writer and the elderly person

      C. the volunteers

      D. the writer, his daughter and the elderly person

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