Đề thi Giữa kì 2 Tiếng Anh 10 năm 2023 (10 đề) | Global Success, Friends Global, iLearn Smart World, Explore New Worlds

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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


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Đề thi Giữa kì 2 - Friends Global

Năm học 2022 - 2023

Môn: Tiếng Anh lớp 10

Thời gian làm bài: phút

(không kể thời gian phát đề)

(Đề số 1)


I. LISTEN to audio 3.03 and MATCH the tourist attractions (1-4) with their correct countries (A-E), there are TWO countries that you DON’T NEED.

1/ Havel’s Market

2/ The Liberty Statue

3/ The Old Harbour

4/ The Trevi Fountain

A. Italy 

B. Czech Republic

C. Slovakia

D. Hungary

E. Croatia

F. Germany

2. LISTEN to audio 3.09 about how people spent there holidays. WRITE T (True) or F (False) for the following statements (1-7.

1.Hilary is 50 years old.     

2.Hilary went on an adventure holiday with local farmers.     

3.Kevin went to Austria.    

4.Kevin helped escort baby turtles to the environment.           

5.Terry visited a national park in Vietnam.        

6.His smartphone was taken by the monkey.     


1. Choose the word /phrase (A, B, or C ) that best fits the blank space in each sentence

1. I want to buy a couple of magazines, so I’m going to the ___.

a.  newsagent’s                    

b.  jeweller's                         

c.  optician’s

2. Let’s get some plants from the ___ for Mum’s birthday.

a.  estate agent’s                  

b.  greengrocer's                  

c.  garden centre

3. Dad hurt his back, but he got something from the ___ to help with the pain.

a.  DIY store                         

b.  chemist’s                         

c.  cosmetics store

4. People go to a ___ if they want to send a letter abroad.

a.  post office                                   

b.  stationer's                        

c.  bank

5. My dad visits the ___ when he wants to build or make something at home.

a.  florist's                             

b.  cosmetics store               

c.  DIY store

II. Fill in the sentences with “for” or “since”

1.I haven't been in Italy_________ July 2008.

2. Jim has practiced playing music__________ three hours. Now he is tired.

3.We have had this Rolls Royce car____________ 1998.

4.I have been in a romantic relationship with Jane____________ we graduated.

5.Caroline hasn't eaten meat____________ ages.

III. Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use one verb in the past simple and one in the past perfect.

1. The film __________ (start) when we _______ (arrive) at the cinema because we were very late.

2. Mum ___________ (find) my homework after I ____________ (go) to school.

3. When Sharon __________ (get) to the bus stop, she realised that the bus ____________ (leave) a few minutes earlier.

4. After Dad __________ (come) home from work, we __________ (eat) dinner together.

5. When I _____________ (call) my grandma, she ____________ (not receive) my letter.


I. Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage.

China’s child labour is a huge problem, and there is (1) _________ evidence that it is increasing in China. Although there is no official figure on the number of children working in China, it is (2) __________ by many that of the 10 million children out of school, over 5 million are working in factories. It was reported in Sichuan, China’s most (3) __________ province, that 85% of children who drop out of school are working elsewhere. Even in some less populated (4)__________ provinces, over 20% of the work force is made up of children. Also, in the last few years, the rate of children kidnapped has increased rapidly. It is believed that the children kidnapped are sold off to factories to work. For example, in 1994, about 48 Chinese brick-shop-workers kidnapped over 100 children. It is known that forty of those children were forced to work 10 hours a day, but with no (5) __________. China’s child labour cannot be overlooked.

1.A.clean                               B.clear                        C.transparent            D.through

2.A.estimated                        B.estimate                  C.estimating              D.estimation

3.A.crowded              B.popular                   C.populated               D.popularity

4.A.country                           B.city                          C.village                    D.rural

5.A.wage                                B.salary                      C.reward                    D.All of them

II. Read an article about national parks. Then answer some questions below.

National Parks

Have you ever been to a national park? Below are three of national parks in the world. They may be taken as reference for your travel list.

1. Cuc Phuong National Park, Vietnam

Cuc Phuong National Park is located 160 kilometres south west of Hanoi. It is the first of Vietnam's nine national parks to be established, and it contains over 200 square kilometres of rainforest. Tourists go there to study butterflies, visit caves, hike mountains and look at the 1,000-year-old tree. The best time to visit the park is during the dry season, from October to April, when the rainy season is over.

2. Nairobi National Park, Kenya

Nairobi National Park is Kenya's smallest park, but you may be surprised at the large variety of animals that live there. Visitors, especially children, can go there to learn how to recognise the different species of animals and plants. They also learn about the habits of animals and how one species is dependent upon another for survival. An interesting feature of this park is the Orphanage, where lots of orphaned or abandoned animals are taken care of.

3. Everglades National Park, USA

Everglades National Park is a sub-tropical wilderness in the southeastern United States. This national park is special because it has plants and animals from both tropical and temperate zones. Due to an increase in population and the use of nearby land for farming, there are toxic levels of chemicals in the water. This contamination has threatened the park and many of the animals in it.

1. Is June a suitable time to visit Cuc Phuong National Park? Why?


2. Where is Nairobi National Park?


3. What kinds of animals are taken care of in Nairobi’s Orphanage?


4. Why is Everglades National Park special?


5. Why is Everglades National Park endangered?



A website is offering one lucky person the chance to win £5,000 to spend in their favourite shop. To enter the competition, you need to write an essay about the following things.

•Say what your favourite shop is and explain why.

•Choose what you would buy if you won the money.

•Say who you would take with you on the shopping trip.

•Describe your attitude to spending money.

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Đề thi Giữa kì 2 - Explore New Worlds

Năm học 2022 - 2023

Môn: Tiếng Anh lớp 10

Thời gian làm bài: phút

(không kể thời gian phát đề)

(Đề số 1)


Listen to the conversation. Read the sentences. Then write T fortrue or F for false.

1. The woman wants to buy a scarf for the winter.

2. The scarf is a gift for a friend.

3. Her friend likes colors like black and brown.

4. The silk scarfs are the most expensive.

5. The cheapest silk scarf is $75.

6. The silk scarfs are smaller than the cotton ones.

7. The woman buys an orange scarf made of cotton.

8. The woman pays for the scarf with her card.


I. Find the error in each sentence and circle it

1. The good silk is made in Viêt Nam.

2. What is the lighter natural material?

3. The cotton jacket is the less expensive, but it's not the warmest.

4. The most pretty dress is also the most expensive one.

5. Those are the uglier sneakers in the whole store.

6. You should wear your most heavy sweater and jacket to go skiing.

II. Underline the correct verbs.

1. Can you hear that? My computer sounds / looks strange.

2. I like Thai food because it feels / tastes spicy.

3. Your new sunglasses look / taste really cool. Where did you get them?

4. My friend gave me some perfume. It looks / smells like flowers.

5. The water feels / sounds really cold. I don't want to go swimming

6. That camera sounds / looks expensive. How much does it cost?

III. Match the sentences

1. I just bought a new pair of pants.

2. That's a stylish coat.

3. Do you prefer sneakers or shoes?

4. Do you have to wear a suit to work?

5. You should wear a tie.

6. I'm wearing a hat and gloves.

7. He bought an expensive pair of jeans today.

8. Are those shoes comfortable?

a. How much did he spend?

b. No, they're too tight.

c. It's a formal party.

d. They're very comfortable.

e. No, we can wear casual clothes.

f. Was it expensive?

g. It's cold outside.

h. Sneakers. They're much more comfortable.


Animals communicate in many different ways. Some animals use their whole bodies. For example, bees dance to communicate. They send messages about flowers and other places with food. Other bees see the dance and find the food.

Some insects communicate with smells. They produce chemicals so that other insects can find them. Wolves and dogs also use smell to get a lot of information about other animals. And cats like to rub their bodies on things like trees to put their smell on them. The smell means. "This tree is mine!"

Many animals communicate by touching. For example, chimpanzees say "hello" by touching another chimpanzee's hand. When two horses put their noses together, it means,"We are friends."

And, of course, many animals communicate with sounds. Birds use their beautiful songs to communicate.Dogs, cats, and people all make different kinds of sounds to send many different messages.

I. Complete the sentences

1. Bees dance to tell other bees about …

2. Insects use … to find other insects.

3. … like to put their smell on things.

4. Horses use their noses to communicate that they are …

5. People and birds both use … to communicate.

II. Match the animal communication with its meaning

1. A dog wags (moves) its tail.

2. A cat wags its tail.

3. A skunk lifts its tail.

4. A snake moves its tail and makes a noise.

a. It is angry.

b. Stay away - it can bite.

c. It is happy.

d. Stay away - it smells.


Put the words in the correct order to make sentences.

1. work / ride / long / How / does / you / take / motorbike / to / your / it / to /?

2. of / interesting / friends / are / Some / think / my / documentaries / not /.

3. display / watch / Year’s / Do / you / New / fireworks / on / Eve / often /?

4. cars / will / modern / There / replace / be / driverless / cars / to / normal /.

5. playing / Do / like / ice / you / hockey / know / Canadians /?

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