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Năm học 2023 - 2024

Môn: Tiếng Anh 11

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

Question 1. A. capable              B. accessible          C. adolescent    D. financial

Question 2. A. stressed             B. released             C. accessed                 D. raised

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following sentences.

Question 3. A. guilty                B. upset                 C. worried                  D. social

Question 4. A. impact               B. release               C. control                   D. distrust

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

Question 5. John _______ with the kids. That’s why he looks exhausted.

A. played

B. has played

C. has been playing

D. had played

Question 6. John left the lecture early because he _______ a headache.

A. had

B. used to have

C. was having

D. had had

Question 7. Helen is _______ with working on night shifts. She can easily stay up all night.

A. used

B. familiar

C. accustomed

D. aware

Question 8. While we _______ dinner, Jack came. We asked him to join us.

A. had had

B. were having

C. had

D. have been having

Question 9. Most parents _______ technology for their children’s distraction from schoolwork.

A. scold

B. disapprove

C. blame

D. pose

Question 10. Her _______ tone means she suspected us of stealing her money.

A. miserable

B. arrogant

C. accusing

D. confident

Question 11. Social teenagers can easily _______ on with their teachers and classmates.

A. fit

B. make

C. live

D. get

Question 12. Most teenagers prefer being on their own to being in the _______ of their parents.

A. attendance

B. appearance

C. company

D. surveillance

Question 13. The less open you are to your parents, the more _______ they feel.

A. disconnected

B. unattached

C. unrelated

D. separated

Question 14. It is of utmost importance that the whole family _______ some hobbies together.

A. play

B. do

C. make

D. go

Question 15. John has been _______ music noisily and that has got on our nerves.

A. playing

B. doing

C. making

D. going

Question 16. His girlfriend _______ out on him because of his lies and distrust.

A. made

B. walked

C. splashed

D. broke

Question 17. If only we hadn’t decided on this restaurant. The food was _______.

A. up to standard

B. out of this world

C. a bit special

D. a real let-down

Question 18. This newly-built eight-_______ motorway has shortened the journey to our hometown.

A. pitch

B. road

C. path

D. lane

Question 19. This documentary shows us how the melting of the Arctic _______ affects us.

A. coral reef

B. water cycle

C. ice cap

D. polar bear

Mark the letter A, B, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges.

Question 20. Tom: “Why don’t we go to the movies this afternoon?”

  Mary: “_______”

A. Great. I’d love to.

B. Never mind.         

C. My pleasure.

D. That’s terrible.

Question 21. Mary: “What do you think would be a suitable present for my host family?”

            Peter: “_______”

A. I think you should buy some Vietnamese coffee.

B. I don’t think you can make a good present.

C. Don’t bother to buy a present. You must do the housework.

D. I’m excellent at choosing presents and gifts, aren’t I?

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

Question 22. Vietnamese ethnic groups have distinct customs, and we can easily tell them apart.

A. different            B. similar               C. complicated          D. boring

Question 23. At the first gunshot, the huge excited crowd in the square scattered into nearby buildings.

A. escaped             B. gathered            C. disappeared          D. emerged

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

Question 24. I’ve eaten at three restaurants and personally I like the first one best.

A. generally           B. individually       C. in my opinion        D. in this case

Question 25. The findings of latest research confirm the harm that greenhouse gasses do to the environment.

A. reveal                B. ignore                C. question            D. prove

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is CLOSEST in meaning to each of the following questions.

Question 26. It is the first time I have ever looked up to a scientist so much.

A. I never had so much respect for a scientist.

B. That is the scientist I respected the most.

C. I have never admired a scientist so much before.

D. I looked up no scientist so much before.

Question 27. Were I you, I would try eating different food.

A. I think you ought to try eating different food.

B. I think different food should be on trial.

C. You are advised not to eat different food.

D. You really should not eat different food.

Question 28. I’m not really keen on mountain biking.

A. I don’t really fancy mountain biking.

B. I quite like the idea of mountain biking.

C. I would rather go mountain biking than anything else.

D. I don’t think mountain biking is a bad option now.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

Question 29. Don’t (A) you think parkour as well as hang-gliding is (B) much challenging (C) than kayaking is (D)?

Question 30. Many parents believe what (A) corporal punishment (B) can bring back (C) their obedient (D) children.

Question 31. John has been (A) working very hard (B) because he wanted (C) to enter (D) medical university.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.

Question 32. Hang-gliding seems dangerous. After a while you don’t mind it.

A. Hang-gliding may look dangerous, yet you won’t be used to it after a while.

B. Hang-gliding looks dangerous, and you never used to enjoy it after a while.

C. Although hang-gliding may look dangerous, you will get used to it after a while.

D. You didn’t use to go hang-gliding after a while because it may look dangerous.

Question 33. It is four o’clock now. We started playing cards at one and we are in the middle of our game.

A. We played cards from one o’clock to four o’clock.

B. We were playing cards four hours ago.

C. We have never stopped playing cards for four hours.

D. We have been playing cards since one o’clock.

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 34 to 38.

Leisure activities (34)_______ an important part in a teenager’s development. They arouse his or her interests, urging him or her to explore a new world of knowledge. (35)_______ leisure activities, teenagers join in a community of people with the same likes. The network (36)_______ to close friendships which help teenagers through thick and thin. (37)_______, leisure activities make an excellent haven (38)_______ teenagers get away from the stress for a while or let off their steam or anger in a positive way.

Question 34. A. do                    B. play                   C. have                    D. serve

Question 35. A. By                   B. In                       C. On                      D. Through

Question 36. A. forms               B. refer                   C. causes                    D. leads

Question 37. A. However          B. Thus                  C. Besides                  D. Otherwise

Question 38. A. which              B. that                    C. whose           D. where

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 39 to 43.

May 2, 2000 saw a great improvement in the accuracy of GPS. Tens of thousands of GPS receivers were instantly upgraded. An announcement from the White House meant everyone’s ability to pinpoint their location or their item’s location. On May 3, a GPS enthusiast named Dave Ulmer tested this accuracy by hiding a navigational target in the woods. He placed a black bucket containing a logbook, a pencil, videos, books, software and a slingshot in the woods near Beavercreek, Oregon near Portland. Next, he shared the waypoint with the online community. Within three days, two different people used their own GPS receivers to find the container and wrote about their experiences. The original idea was simple: hide a container and note the coordinates with a GPS unit. The rules for participants include ‘Take some, leave some’. Various ideas were suggested in place of ‘stash’ before ‘geocaching’ was settled on.

Question 39. What is the main idea of the passage?

A. The development of geocaching

B. The naming of geocaching        

C. The history of geocaching

D. The popularity of geocaching

Question 40. The first geocaches were _______.

A. hidden by the White House                       

B. found by Dave Ulmer

C. set up to test the accuracy of GPS            

D. chosen carefully to show enthusiasm

Question 41. When were the first geocaches hidden by Dave Ulmer found?

A. May 2, 2000      B. May 3, 2000

C. May 5, 2000          D. May 6, 2000

Question 42. Dave Ulmer gave information about his hidden things _______.

A. by post

B. on the internet

C. on television

D. in the newspaper

Question 43. The phrase “settled on” is closest in meaning to _______.

A. preferred           B. discarded

C. voted                 D. chosen

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 44 to 50.

It has been proved that teen hormones have a great effect on teenagers’ body, moods, emotions and impulses. Fluctuations in sex hormones, i.e. estrogen, progesterone and testosterone cause their mood swings and interest in dating. Teenage hormones also increase the risk of depression. Adolescents are under intense stress while they try to form their own identity as well as dealing with academic challenges and relationships. In certain cases, the body produces too much or too little of the hormones required, there will be a hormonal imbalance, which leads to a variety of health and mental issues. Common signs include dry skin, blurred vision, fatigue and joint pain. Emotionally, these imbalances result in irritability, depression, anxiety and nervousness.

Question 44. What is the main idea of the passage?

A. Causes of hormonal imbalances in teenagers

B. Solutions of hormonal imbalances in teenagers

C. Hormones teenagers need for their development

D. Influences hormones have on teenagers

Question 45. It can be inferred that teenagers’ impulses _______.

A. are part of their natural development        

B. cause negative consequences

C. can easily be controlled        

D. affect their emotional changes

Question 46. The word “intense” is closest in meaning to _______.

A. negligible          B. enormous

C. varied                D. unpleasant

Question 47. An interest in dating among teenagers is caused by _______.

A. the presence of estrogen

B. the abundance of progesterone

C. the changes in sex hormones

D. the lack of sex hormones

Question 48. Hormonal imbalances _______.

A. are always caused by a lack of the required hormones

B. slightly affect the development of a teenager

C. have both physical and emotional influences on a teenager

D. are experienced by all teenagers alike

Question 49. Which of the following is NOT a common symptom of health issues caused by hormonal imbalance?

A. Dry skin            B. Poorer sight

C. Tiredness           D. Muscle pain

Question 50. Because of hormonal imbalances, teenagers are easily _______.

A. excited              B. cheered up

C. alerted               D. saddened

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Năm học 2023 - 2024

Môn: Tiếng Anh 11

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

Question 1. A. parents               B. brothers             C. weekends               D. feelings

Question 2. A. contemporary    B. wonderful          C. convenient   D. recognisable

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following sentences.

Question 3. A. problem             B. leisure               C. result                    D. future

Question 4. A. majority            B. politician           C. recognition           D. exhibition

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

Question 5. A/an ________ is a person at least 100 years old.

A. adult

B. elderly

C. centenarian

D. infant

Question 6. When I was ten years old, I ________ my arm. It really ________.

A. broke – hurt

B. break – hurts

C. broke – hurted

D. broke – hurts

Question 7. Mr. Lazy was shocked when he joined our busy company because he ________ doing much work every day.

A. wasn’t used to

B. didn’t use to

C. gets used to

D. used to

Question 8. After months ________ training, she finally achieved her goal of running a marathon.

A. in

B. of

C. with

D. for

Question 9. ________ they (be) happy if Kai ________ that?

A. Will be – does

B. Will they be – do  

C. Are they – will do

D. Are they – do

Question 10. Take an umbrella. It ________ rain later.

A. could

B. will

C. must

D. might

Question 11. Company profits are rising and it looks as though this is going to be a ________ year.

A. record-breaking

B. well-known

C. half-eaten

D. state-of-the-art

Question 12. If only she ________ more time on her next homework.

A. spends

B. spend

C. would spend

D. will spend

Question 13. I’d rather speak to him in person ________ things over the phone.

A. discussing

B. than discuss

C. to discuss

D. discussed

Question 14. She decided not to ________ the operation.

A. catch up with

B. put up with

C. run out of

D. go through with

Question 15. No one ________ be late for school tomorrow because we will have an exam.

A. should

B. shouldn’t

C. ought

D. oughtn’t to

Question 16. She always ________ shopping in June, which is the sale season in many countries.

A. does

B. plays

C. makes

D. goes

Question 17. The architecture in future cities ________ environmentally friendly.

A. remains

B. seems

C. smells

D. looks

Question 18. The more organised my home is, the ________.

A. easier is the cleaning

B. easier to clean 

C. easier it is to clean

D. more easily the cleaning is

Question 19. The historic building underwent extensive ________ work to bring it back to its former glory.

A. restoration

B. reconstruction

C. preservation

D. innovation

Question 20. I prefer to spend my free time reading books, ________ my sister enjoys going out with her friends.

A. however

B. whereas

C. as

D. although

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges.

Question 21. Tom: “How well you are playing!” - Susan: “________.”

A. No doubt.

B. Thanks! I've been practising a lot lately.

 C. I know, right? I'm the best!

D. I'm okay. Thanks anyway.

Question 22. A: “Thank you for a lovely evening.” – B: “________.”

A. Don’t mention it

B. I’m glad you enjoy it       

C. Yes, I’d like that

D. Yes, that would be very nice

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

Question 23. People have been geocaching for years, so there are literally millions of geocaches on earth.

A. really

B. figuratively

C. precisely

D. surprisingly

Question 24. She took the failure on the chin and remained determined to succeed.

A. embraced

B. accepted

C. dodged

D. avoided

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

Question 25. The profits have dwindled over the past year.

A. decreased

B. fluctuated

C. stabilised

D. increased

Question 26. As a young aspiring actor, he moved to Hollywood to rub elbows with the industry's biggest stars.

A. isolate

B. mingle

C. associate

D. socialise

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

Question 27. Because (A) the heavy rainstorm (B) that caused flooding (C) on the main road, the buses were unable to operate their usual (D) routes.

Question 28. Paris has (A) been well known about (B) its famous monuments (C), and beautiful (D) music.

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 29 to 33.

Always be prepared. If you do not know ________ (29) the exam will take place, ask for the exact location in advance. Leave some extra time for any traffic, parking, or unexpected events. If you are running late, call right away and let someone know. The best time to arrive is approximately 10 - 15 minutes early. Give yourself the time to review your notes one more time, to catch your breath, and to be ready for the exam. Once you are in the exam room, treat everyone you encounter with respect. Be ________ (30) to everyone as soon as you walk in the door. Bring all necessary materials such as pens, pencils, and a calculator. This point should be emphasised enough. First ________ (31) are extremely important in the exam process. You should not bring any prohibited items such as cell phones or cheat sheets. You should ________ (32) any behaviour that could be considered cheating or dishonest. It is also important that you feel comfortable. If you think the exam room might be cold, bring a sweater or jacket. ________ (33), you can never be too prepared for an exam.

Question 29. A. who                 B. whom                C. where                    D. which

Question 30. A. pleasure           B. pleasant             C. please                    D. pleasantly

Question 31. A. attendances      B. attentions           C. impressions D. pressures

Question 32. A. avoid               B. suggest              C. enjoy                    D. mind

Question 33. A. When              B. Regardless         C. Moreover               D. Therefore

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 34 to 38.

          Paying off a home mortgage poses a substantial challenge for numerous homeowners, requiring a great deal of financial planning and discipline. While possessing a home can symbolise stability and financial security, discharging the mortgage could prove to be an intimidating task. Various factors can complicate mortgage payments, including exorbitant interest rates, escalating housing costs, and unforeseen financial emergencies.

          The primary impediment to paying off a mortgage is high-interest rates, which can cause homeowners to pay a considerable amount in interest charges over the loan's lifespan, resulting in challenges to quickly pay off the mortgage and leading to financial distress. Moreover, rising living costs can pose difficulties for homeowners to keep up with their monthly mortgage payments, especially for those on fixed incomes or limited budgets. What is more, abrupt job losses, medical emergencies, or unforeseen repair costs can rapidly drain homeowners' savings, making it difficult to pay the mortgage on time.

          To overcome these barriers, homeowners must create a robust financial plan that includes a realistic budget and an emergency fund. Homeowners can also consider refinancing their mortgage to obtain a lower interest rate or taking on additional work to increase their income.

Question 34. Which of the following can be the best title for the passage?

A. Risks and Rewards of Owning a Home    

B. Mortgage Payment Strategies for Homeowners  

C. The Benefits of Fixed Income in Paying off Mortgages   

D. The Challenges of Paying off a Home Mortgage

Question 35. According to paragraph 1, besides stability and financial security, home ownership could _____.

A. encourage lavish spending

B. signal long-term commitment 

C. reduce travel opportunities

D. reinforce social status

Question 36. The word "their" in paragraph 2 refers to _____.

A. the rising living costs

B. the sudden job losses    

C. the medical emergencies

D. the homeowners

Question 37. The word "drain" in paragraph 2 mostly means _____.

A. accumulate

B. replenish

C. overflow

D. exhaust

Question 38. Which of the following is NOT TRUE according to the passage?

A. Homeownership can offer financial stability and security.      

B. High-interest rates can make it difficult to pay off a mortgage quickly. 

C. Unexpected financial emergencies can easily drain homeowners' savings.     

D. Having a larger emergency fund is not necessary for paying off a mortgage.

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 39 to 43.

          One of the common ways to check if someone is sick is to feel their forehead with your hand. But why do we do this? What does it mean when someone's head feels hot?

          The main reason why we feel someone's forehead is to check for fever. Fever is a condition where the body temperature rises above the normal range, usually as a result of an infection or inflammation. Fever is a sign that the body is fighting off a sickness, such as a cold, flu, or COVID-19. When we have a fever, our body tries to cool itself down by increasing blood flow to the skin, especially the head. This makes the skin feel warm or hot to the touch. The forehead is an easy and accessible part of the body to measure temperature, since it has a lot of blood vessels close to the surface.

          However, feeling someone's forehead is not a very accurate way to tell if they have a fever. Different factors can affect how hot or cold someone's skin feels, such as room temperature, humidity, sweat, or clothing. Also, some people may have a higher or lower normal body temperature than others. Therefore, it is better to use a thermometer to measure someone's temperature if you suspect they have a fever. A thermometer can give you a more precise and reliable reading of their core body temperature, which reflects their true health status.

          Feeling someone's forehead is an old-fashioned and intuitive method of checking for fever, but it is not very scientific or reliable. It can give you a rough idea of whether someone is sick or not, but it cannot tell you how serious their condition is or what kind of illness they have.

Question 39. Which of the following can be the best title for the passage?

A. The Science behind Feeling a Hot Forehead

B. The Accuracy of Assessing Fever through Forehead Touch

C. Traditional Methods of Checking Someone's Health

D. The Importance of Using a Thermometer for Temperature Measurement

Question 40. The word “accessible” in paragraph 2 probably means _____.

A. easy to reach

B. frequently used

C. convenient

D. obtainable

Question 41. According to paragraph 2, fever can be a signal of _____.

A. inflammation or infection

B. high blood pressure or heart disease

C. dehydration or fatigue

D. allergic reaction or respiratory issues

Question 42. According to paragraph 3, the advantage of a thermometer over the practice of feeling one’s forehead is that _____.

A. it provides a rough estimate of body temperature

B. it measures skin temperature accurately

C. it reflects the severity of the illness

D. it gives a precise reading of core body temperature

Question 43. The word “reflects” in paragraph 3 is closest in meaning to _____.

A. enhances

B. withholds

C. represents

D. signifies

Question 44. Which of the following is NOT TRUE according to the passage?

A. Feeling someone's forehead accurately determines their body temperature.

B. Factors like room temperature can affect how hot or cold someone's skin feels.

C. Using a thermometer provides a more reliable reading of core body temperature.

D. Feeling someone's forehead is an old-fashioned method of checking for fever.

Question 45. Which of the following can be inferred from the passage?

A. Feeling someone's forehead is the most reliable way to assess their health condition.

B. The forehead has more blood vessels close to the surface compared to other body parts.

C. Room temperature does not affect the accuracy of feeling someone's forehead for fever.

D. Using a thermometer is unnecessary when checking for fever in adults.

Rewrite these sentences without changing their meanings.

Question 46. After she had explained everything clearly, we started our work.

→ By the time __________________________________________________.

Question 47. There were more cars on the roads some years ago.

→ There used __________________________________________________.

Question 48. He doesn’t finish his homework so he is punished by the teacher.

→ If__________________________________________________________.

Question 49. He said that it was true that he didn’t have a license.    

→ He admitted _________________________________________________.

Question 50. If I were you, I would stop to buy some petrol.

→ You had better _______________________________________________.

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Môn: Tiếng Anh 11

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

1. A. specific

B. receptive

C. special

D. decent

2. A. theoretical

B. thoughtful

C. thereby

D. thorough

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following sentences.

3. A. profile

B. network

C. gadget

D. account

4. A. pesticide

B. marine

C. history

D. industry

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

5. At the end of each day, Christ spends a little time            all the data he has received.

A. analyse

B. to analyse

C. analysing

D. having analysed

6. She travelled through six different countries before arriving                                                                                            England.

A. to

B. on

C. in

D. at

7. Sam can go out with his family this weekend because he’s got                                                                                        homework.

A. a little

B. little

C. some

D. none

8. Many parents think that teenagers should spend less time                                                                                                   with people via a screen and more time

           face-to-face.

A. to interact, to talk

B. to interact, talking

C. interacting, to talk

D. interacting, talking

9. Teenagers are            with social media, even they spend more time with social media rather than "real" social life.

A. addicted

B. worried

C. familiar

D. successful

10. As a 16th birthday gift, Tim’s father gave him a digital           , and he began immediately to record the people and events around him.

A. MP3 player

B. digital radio

C. camcorder

D. satnav

11. Jenny:            - Receptionist: Sorry, he’s gone to Hanoi. But he’ll be back in 2 days.

A. I’m going to speak to Mr. Lee.

B. Please tell Mr. Lee I want to speak.

C. May I speak to Mr. Lee?

D. How’s Mr. Lee?

12. She was anxious            for the post of the Personal Assistant to the Professor.

A. to select

B. to be selected

C. having selected

D. being selected

13. At the age of sixteen, Nellie Bly read an article            her local newspaper which argued that women were not able to do the same jobs.

A. on

B. at

C. from

D. in

14. As a(n)           , you will need to develop your own business.

A. entrepreneur

B. high flyer

C. entertainer

D. paramedic

15. Candidate:           , could you tell me what time I would start and finish work? - Employer: The hours are 8 a.m to 3 p.m, Monday to Friday.

A. Moving on to the question of working hours

B. Tell me what the time is

C. When the job involves

D. When do I work

16. Liam has always had a burning            to be a scientist.

A. love

B. dream

C. passion

D. ambition

Give the correct form of each word in brackets.

17. Danny first posted his selfie on Facebook when he was fifteen and soon became       with reading his friends’ comments. (OBSESS)

18. Teenagers                a lot on computers, but I don’t think it’s a serious problem. (DEPENDENT)

19. The                  takes risks in the hope of making a profit. (BUSINESS)

20. She is a serious                  who rides 200 miles each week. (CYCLE)

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

There’s a new photo-sharing app (21)   BeReal – and it’s not like other social media platforms. While you (22)  not have heard of it, a lot of young people are signing up. BeReal is a social media app that encourages users to share a slice of their life in (23)   time. It was launched in early 2020 by an entrepreneur in France but the majority of its users have signed up this year. (24)   its name suggests, the focus is on authenticity. Users are invited to share a photo of what they’re doing at a (25)    of their life.

21. A. known

B. called

C. described

D. launched

22. A. may

B. should

C. must

D. can

23. A. true

B. long

C. free

D. real

24. A. Like

B. What

C. As

D. When

25. A. present

B. moment

C. time

D. chance

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

Lynh has always been interested in fashion design. Since she was a child, she has drawn clothes and designed patterns. She didn’t tell her parents, who have their own business, that she wanted to turn her hobby into a career. She thought they expected her to help them run the family business, so she went to university to study business administration.

After graduation, Lynh moved to Ho Chi Minh City and worked in an advertising agency. She had to attend some events but couldn't afford the designer clothes she liked. Then she started making dresses for herself. When her friends saw her dresses, they asked her to make clothes for them. This encouraged her to start up on her own. She decided to leave her advertising job, take out a VND 200 million loan and begin her own womenswear label.

Contrary to her initial thought, Lynh’s parents were not furious about her career change. They said they would support her, which really made her happy. Her clothes are now on sale in a local store and her business has an income of over VND 50 million. A model chose her clothes to wear and appeared in a fashion show. Now she has just gained public recognition and she knows she is extremely lucky. 'What I do for a living is also my hobby. I’m very pleased that I've worked hard for this,’ Lynh said.

26. What is the purpose of the passage?

A. To encourage women to design their own clothes.

B. To compare a job in fashion design with a job in advertising.

C. To give information about changes in the fashion industry.

D. To explain how a young woman set up her own fashion business.

27. According to the passage, Lynh’s parents                     .

A. wanted her to help them run the family business

B. did not realise that Lynh wanted to work as a fashion designer

C. insisted that Lynh should continue with her job in advertising

D. did not think Lynh worked hard enough to become a fashion designer

28. Lynh decided to borrow VND 200 million when                     .

A. all her clothes in the local shop were sold

B. her friends asked her to make clothes for them

C. she lost her job at the advertising agency

D. the fashion industry began to flourish

29. What did Lynh say about her career?

A. She planned to open another store.

B. She believed that she deserved her success.

C. She intended to enjoy design clothes for famous people.

D. She expected more people to buy her clothes.

30. What might Lynh say now about her career?

A. Getting a business administration degree has helped me more than anything else.

B. I have earned much when working for the advertising agency.

C. Without my parents’ money, I couldn't have started my own business.

D. Going into fashion business is a dream come true and my parents’ support makes it even more special.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is CLOSEST in meaning to each of the following questions.

31. You mustn’t use a dictionary during the test.

A. It’s not necessary for you to use a dictionary during the test.

B. You are not allowed to use a dictionary during the test.

C. You shouldn’t use a dictionary during the test.

D. You don’t have to use a dictionary during the test.

32. “Have you ever bought something online, Mark?” asked Tony.

A. Tony asked Mark had he ever bought something online.

B. Tony asked Mark if he has ever bought something online.

C. Tony asked Mark if he had ever bought something online.

D. Tony asked Mark if he bought something online.

33. I wouldn’t reject such a special offer.

A. Such offer was so good for me to reject.

B. By no means would I reject such a special offer.

C. So special an offer was it that I didn’t reject.

D. If I were you, I wouldn’t reject this offer.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.

34. At the film festival we saw a lot of people. Some of them were famous actors.

A. At the film festival we saw many famous actors.

B. At the film festival we saw many people, some of whom were famous actors.

C. Many of the people we saw at the film festival were famous actors.

D. We saw many people at the film festival, some of them were famous.

35. Lillian has just bought an iPad. She uses it to access social media.

A. Lillian has just bought an iPad, which she uses it to access social media.

B. The iPad which Lillian uses to access social media has just been bought.

C. Lillian has just bought an iPad for social media.

D. So that she could access social media, Lillian has just bought an iPad.

Listen and decide if these statements are True or False.

36. You shouldn’t put it near a window.

37. You should keep it in the case when you carry it.

38. You should open the windows when you use it.

39. You shouldn’t touch the lint filter.

40. You shouldn’t put any soap in it.

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Sở Giáo dục và Đào tạo ...

Đề thi Học kì 2 - Friends Global

Năm học 2023 - 2024

Môn: Tiếng Anh 11

Thời gian làm bài: phút

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

Question 1. A. around               B. mouse               C. count                    D. country

Question 2. A. church               B. chemical           C. chore                    D. channel

Question 3. A. companion         B. comparison       C. company                D. command

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following sentences.

Question 4. A. access                B. process              C. success                   D. progress

Question 5. A. immigrant          B. visitor                C. monument   D. commuter

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

Question 6. Jack was so frustrated as _______ had informed him about the meeting.

A. everybody

B. somebody

C. anybody

D. nobody

Question 7. Susan _______ you a message, but I’m not sure.

A. would have sent

B. might have sent   

C. must send

D. could send

Question 8. It is lack of confidence _______ prevents young people from making success.

A. that

B. what

C. which

D. when

Question 9. _______ a few weeks in the dormitory, Ken now has got an interesting school life.

A. Spend

B. To spend

C. Spending

D. Having spent

Question 10. During the excursion, refreshments _______ to tourists every 3 hours.

A. is served

B. serve

C. are being served

D. will be served

Question 11. He didn’t fix his car himself, he _______ at the garage.

A. has it fixed

B. had it fix

C. had it fixed

D. has it fix

Question 12. If the kids had not got up late, we _______ late for the train.

A. would not have been

B. were not

C. would be not

D. will not be

Question 13. The tourist guide agreed _______ us another 30 minutes for shopping.

A. giving

B. to give

C. and give

D. gave

Question 14. She left him _______ she still loved him.

A. even if

B. even though

C. in spite of

D. despite

Question 15. Children are spending so much time on tablet computers or smartphones that they are becoming addicted _______ them.

A. to

B. with

C. in

D. on

Question 16. I'm trying to find out who _______ this building.

A. owns

B. own

C. owned

D. has owned

Question 17. Poor Jane! She has gone _______ a bad flu just before the holiday.

A. up with

B. away with

C. down with

D. through with

Question 18. Let's go away for a few days, _______?

A. will you

B. won’t you

C. shall we

D. shall you

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best completes each of the following exchanges.

Question 19. Anna: “Let’s chat online.” - Bill: “_______”

A. Not at all.

B. Thanks.

C. Never mind.

D. Good idea.

Question 20. Tom: “What a good voice you have!” Susan: “_______”

A. Tell me about it!

B. Needless to say.   

C. Welcome to the club!

D. Oh thanks. That means a lot to me.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

Question 21. Although Mike is a child, he’s aware of what he should do and responsible enough for his studying.

A. careless

B. trustworthy

C. carefree

D. diligent

Question 22. The reality show has been temporarily cancelled due to the decrease in views.

A. permanently

B. briefly

C. momentarily

D. lengthy

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

Question 23. Sociability is a great asset to a salesman. 

A. Modesty

B. Open-mindedness

C. Empathy

D. Friendliness

Question 24. The industry requires them to innovate constantly to keep up with their rivals.

A. export

B. neglect

C. invent

D. bring about

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

The advances that Albert Einstein, the greatest scientist since Newton, (25) _______ in science are beyond measure. Einstein’s theory of relativity still reigns as one of the most influential (26) _______ in history. As the developer of the most famous equation in history – E = mc2 – he, quite rightly, earned a Nobel Prize (27) _______ Physics in 1921 and published more than 300 papers during his lifetime, making his name synonymous with the term ‘genius’. Not (28) _______ was he a formidable scientist, he was also an active voice for human rights, (29) _______ for a more peaceful world and ardently denouncing the creation of atomic bombs.

Question 25.

A. did

B. made

C. took

D. set

Question 26.

A. breakdowns

B. breakups

C. breakthroughs

D. breakouts

Question 27.

A. in

B. on

C. about

D. of

Question 28.

A. until

B. before

C. only

D. much

Question 29.

A. campaign

B. to campaign

 C. being campaigned

D. campaigning

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

          The art form of the opera was first developed in the Italian city of Florence during the 1590s. At the time a group of composers and artists known as the Camerata were interested in injecting storytelling into music. They were inspired by the belief that the great tragic plays of ancient Greece had been sung rather than simply acted. Another motivation may have been the desire of the composers to find an alternative to the production of music for the Church, which they found rigid, conventional, and oppressive. This is supported by the selection of material for the opera. Early composers took their material from the mythologies of ancient Rome and Greece, which was full of plot twists, betrayals, and love affairs. From the very beginning, the sobriety of the Church had little place in opera.

          Opera was an almost immediate success in Italy. Composers quickly embraced the new art form for the opportunities and creative freedom it offered. Wealthy nobles supported the opera because its elaborate and expensive performances allowed them to display their wealth as well as their sophistication. The early years of opera were marked primarily by experimentation. Since it was a new art form, everything was new and untested. Early composers experimented with the structure, subject material, and organization of the opera. They tried different placements for the orchestra, as well as different sizes. By the early 1600s, however, the format of the opera was approaching what we know today.

Question 30. What is the main idea of the passage?

A. How mythologies were used in operas.    

B. How operas were formed.

C. How operas attracted early supporters.     

D. How operas became the most successful art form.

Question 31. The underlined word “injecting” in the 1st paragraph is closest in meaning to _______.

A. transforming

B. separating

C. adding

D. prescribing

Question 32. It can be inferred from paragraph 1 that _______.

A. early operas were chiefly based on religious topics.          

B. a group of Greek artists composed the first operas.

C. operas were considered as a substitute for the old-fashioned music at the time.  

D. it was believed that ancient plays should only be acted to highlight their complicated plots. 

Question 33. The underlined word “them” in the 2nd paragraph refers to _______.

A. operas

B. composers

C. performances

D. rich people

Question 34. According to the passage, which is NOT true?

A. Operas failed to attract Italian people’s attention at first.

B. Different kinds of instruments had been used before the main format of operas was settled.

C. Operas offered composers a wider range of chances and creativity when writing. 

D. Ancient elites chose operas as a way to show off their privileged backgrounds.

Question 35. What is a primary characteristic of the early years of opera?

A. Limited experimentation                

B. Established format and structure

C. Rapid acceptance and success        

D. Uniformity in orchestra placement and size

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is CLOSEST in meaning to each of the following questions.

Question 36. Katie couldn’t get the job because she wasn’t confident.

A. It was because of Katie’s lack of confidence that she couldn’t get the job.

B. If Katie was confident, she could get the job.

C. Katie wished she were more confident because she couldn’t get the job.

D. Not getting the job, Katie wasn’t confident.

Question 37. No matter how hard he tried, he couldn’t understand the problem.

A. Try as he might, he couldn’t understand the problem.

B. Although he had tried, he couldn’t understand the problem.

C. In spite of his try-out, he couldn’t understand the problem.

D. He couldn’t understand the problem but he didn’t try.

Question 38. You mustn’t use a dictionary during the test.

A. It’s not necessary for you to use a dictionary during the test.

B. You are not allowed to use a dictionary during the test.

C. You shouldn’t use a dictionary during the test.

D. You don’t have to use a dictionary during the test.

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions.

Question 39. Emma ate too much seafood at the party. She went down with food poisoning.

A. Were Emma to eat less seafood, she wouldn’t have got food poisoning.

B. If Emma hadn’t eaten too much seafood, she wouldn’t have got food poisoning.

C. Unless Emma stops eating seafood, she would go down with food poisoning.

D. Because of the food poisoning, Emma couldn’t eat seafood anymore.

Question 40. The police have arrested a young man. A famous stamp collection was stolen by him two weeks ago. 

A. A young man has been arrested while stealing a famous stamp collection.

B. A famous stamp collection stolen by a young man, who has arrested.

C. A young man stealing a famous stamp collection two weeks ago has been arrested.

D. After stealing a famous stamp two weeks ago, a young man arrested.

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