Đề thi Giữa học kì 1 Tiếng Anh 11 Đà Nẵng năm 2024 (7 đề)

Đề thi Giữa học kì 1 Tiếng Anh 11 Đà Nẵng năm 2024 (7 đề)

Tuyển chọn Đề thi Giữa học kì 1 Tiếng Anh 11 Đà Nẵng năm 2024 (7 đề) chọn lọc được các Giáo viên nhiều năm kinh nghiệm biên soạn và sưu tầm từ đề thi Tiếng Anh 11 của các trường THPT. Hi vọng bộ đề thi này sẽ giúp học sinh ôn tập và đạt kết quả cao trong các bài thi Giữa Học kì 1 môn Tiếng Anh 11.

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Đề thi Giữa Học kì 1 Đà Nẵng

Năm học 2023 - 2024

Bài thi môn: Tiếng Anh 11 (Thí điểm)

Thời gian làm bài: phút

(không kể thời gian phát đề)

(Đề số 1)

Choose the word (A, B, C or D) whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others

Question 1.  A. earning   B. learning            C. clearing          D. searching

Question 2. A. arrives      B. textbooks        C. combs            D. teachers

Choose the word corresponding to (A, B, C or D) which is stressed differently from the others

Question 3. A. development    B. illiteracy          C. experience      D. education

Question 4. A. runner                B. village             C. province          D. allow

Choose the best answer (A, B, C or D) to full in the gap or substitute the underlined part

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Question 5. My sister always hopes _____ to the headmaster by my parents.

A. being introduced      B. to be introduced

C. to introduce               D. introducing

Question 6. The best reported speech of the sentence: “Why don’t we participate in the English Speaking Contest?” is ______.

A. He told me not to participate in the English speaking Contest.

B. He asked me to take part in the English Speaking Contest.

C. He suggested taking part in the English Speaking Contest.

D. He offered we to take part in the English Speaking Contest.

Question 7. Do you mind _______ me ____________this computer?.

A. help/fixing              B. helping/ fixing                            

C. helping/fix              D. to help/ to fix

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Question 8. The closest in meaning to the sentence: “I haven’t enjoyed myself so much for years” is _______.

A. It has been years since I have enjoyed myself so much.

B. It was years since I had enjoyed myself so much.

C. It’s years since I enjoyed myself so much.

D. It’s years since I have enjoyed myself so much.

Question 9. It’s possible ________ a train across Canada.

A. take              B. to take             C. taking              D. to be taken

Question 10. They were finally __________ with each other , after not speaking for nearly five years.

A. fond             B. persuaded       C. reconciled       D. interested

Question 11. My brother _________ in this school before he _______ for Hue last year.

A. taught/ had left        B. had taught/ left

C. taught/ had left        D. teaches/ leaves

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Question 12. The closest in meaning to the sentence: “Jack was late for the meeting because his watch was slow.” Is _________.

A. Jack would be late for the meeting if his watch weren’t slow.

B. Jack wouldn’t be late for the meeting if his watch weren’t slow.

C. Jack would have been late for the meeting if his watch hadn’t been slow.

D. Jack wouldn’t have been late for the meeting if his watch hadn’t been slow.

Question 13. The closest in meaning to the sentence: “He realized that he had missed the last train. He began to walk” is _________.

A. Realized that he had missed the last train, he began to walk.

B. Realizing that he had missed the last train, he began to walk.

C. Began to walk, he realized that he had missed the last train.

D. Being realized that he had missed the last train, he began to walk.

Question 14. The office staff decided _______ a retirement party for Mr. Green.

A. having            B. to have            C. having had      D. to have had

Question 15. Their professional relationship developed into a lasting ____.

A. friendly           B. friendliness     C. friend              D. friendship

Question 16. The closest in meaning to the sentence: “ You can enrich your knowledge by listening to the radio.” Is _______.

A. Listening to radio can make you know more.

B. Listening to the radio enables you to be rich.

C. Listening to the radio makes you know less.

D. You can be rich if you listen to radio.

Question 17. – Phuong: Can I try your new camera?

- Linh: ___________.

A. Sure. But please be careful with it

B. I’m sorry. I’m home late

C. I’m sorry I can’t. Let’s go now

D. Sure. I’d love to

Question 18. You ________spill anything on the door.

A. must                         B. mustn’t              C. have to            D. don’t have to

Question 19. Each year many people _________ take care of the old and disabled.

A. volunteer                  B. voluntarily         C. voluntary         D. volunteering

Question 20. Parents should try to see things from a teenager’s _______.

A. difference                 B. choice               C. conflicts           D. viewpoint

Question 21. ___ all his money on gambling, he decided to go back home.

A. Had spent                 B. Having spent   C. Have spent       D. Spent

Question 22. He reminded me of my childhood long time________.

A. before                        B. then                   C. ago                     D. now

Mark the letter  A, B, C or D to indicate the word CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part.

Question 23. Young college and university students participate in helping the poor who have suffered badly in wars or natural disasters.

A. get involved in         B. interfere with    C. join hands       D. come into

Question 24. They give care and comfort to the disadvantaged and handicapped children and help them to get over difficulties.

A. accept                       B. face                    C. overcome        D. take

Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part.

Question 25. The maintenance of this company is dependent on international investment.

A. affected                   B. reliant              C. restricted         D. reliable

Question 26. My parents seemed fully satisfied with the result of my entrance exam.

A. pleased                     B. contented        C. disappointed   D. joyful

Mark the letter A, B, C, D to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges.

Question 27. – Mr. Pike: Could you bring me some water? – Lucy: ___________.

A. Certainly,sir             B. No, I can’t

C. Yes, I can                 D. I don’t want to

Question 28. – Sally : Happy Christmas! – Collin: __________!

A. The same to you       B. You are the same

C. Same for you            D. Happy Christmas with you

Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.

Question 29. He said that (A) if he has (B) more time(C), he would come to see (D) us.

Question 30.I’m delighted (A) hearing(B)  that you have made(C) much progress in (D) you study.

Question 31. I couldn’t (A) make my car (B) to start(C) this morning(D).

Fill each of the numbered blanks in the following passage with the most suitable word among A, B, C or D.

When I was a little boy, I used to wander in the woods by the river flowing (32) _________ my village. In spring, I (33) _________ watching a variety of bushes and plants grow in the sunlight and listened to newly-born birds chirp in their nest high on the trees. In summer, I (34) _________ watch different kinds of kites fly high in blue sky and listen to buffalo, boys play their bamboo flutes (35) _________ they rode their water buffaloes.

Question 32. A. above        B. through       C. at                     D. in

Question 33. A. wanted      B. try                C. dislike             D. loved

Question 34. A. used to      B. am used     C. was used       D. used

Question 35. A. when          B. until             C. after                D. because

Đề thi Giữa học kì 1 Tiếng Anh 11 Đà Nẵng năm 2024 (7 đề)

Read the following passage, then answer question by circling A, B, C or D.

Having a best friend to confide in can bring a positive effect on our emotional health. An evening out with the closest friend may be the best guarantee of a good time. In fact, our best friend can prevent us from developing serious psychological problems such as depression and anxiety.

Best friendship evolves with time - we cannot go out and pick our best friend.We become friends with people who share common interests – at school or through hobbies, for example.

Best friends have usually known each other for years and stuck together through good and bad times. If you haven't got one, perhaps you are being too distant from people, or focusing too much on your work.

Question 36. A best friend can ________.

A. share joy and sadness with us

B. spend much time finding   

C. give us a healthy life 

D. go out with us in the evening

Question 37. Close friends need to ________.

A. have the same interests

B. spend time together

C. study at the same school      

D. pursue the same hobbies        

Question 38. According to the passage, ________.

A. it takes a lot of time to make close friendships

B. best friends have good and bad times

C. we can go out and choose a good friend easily

D. It's very difficult to make lasting friendships

Question 39. The word 'one' in the last paragraph refers to ________.

A. a friendship              B. good time        C. bad time   D. a close friend

Question 40. Which of the following sentences is not mentioned?

A.  An unsociable person may not have a close friend.

B. Friendships need time to develop.

C. The ties of close friendship will never be broken.

D. We often have satisfaction being with a close friend.

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Question 1. C

Question 2. B

Question 3. D

Question 4. D

Question 5. B

Question 6. C

Question 7. C

Question 8. C

Question 9. B

Question 10. C

Question 11. B

Question 12. D

Question 13. B

Question 14. B

Question 15. D

Question 16. A

Question 17. A

Question 18. C

Question 19. B

Question 20. D

Question 22. C

Question 23. A

Question 24. C

Question 25. C

Question 26. C

Question 27. A

Question 28. A

Question 29. B

Question 30. B

Question 31. C

Question 32. B

Question 33. D

Question 34. A

Question 35. A

Question 36. A

Question 37. A

Question 38. A

Question 39. D

Question 40. C

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Đề thi Giữa Học kì 1 Đà Nẵng

Năm học 2023 - 2024

Bài thi môn: Tiếng Anh 11 (Thí điểm)

Thời gian làm bài: phút

(không kể thời gian phát đề)

(Đề số 2)

I. Find the word which has a different sound in the part underlined.

I. Find the word which has a different sound in the part underlined.

Question 1.

A. curfew                 B. burden                    C. mature                D. curtain

Question 2.

A. motivated           B. prioritize                 C. confident                D. conflict

II. Choose the word which has different stress pattern from the others.

Question 3.

A. counsellor           B. decisive                  C. confident                D. discipline

Question 4.

A. management      B. protective               C. respectful               D. reliant

III. Choose the best answer A, B, C or D to complete the sentences.

Question 5. Being well-informed willyou from being a follower.

A. suffer                

B. keep                

C. end             

D. escape

Question 6. Over the past few years, in both the USA and the UK, the number of multi-generational households with three or four generations livinghas increased.

A. under the same roof                      

B. under the same building

C. on the same roof                           

D. just the same

Question 7. Nowadays, children are learning computer skills before they any life skills.

A. require            

B. enquire             

C. realize              

D. acquire

Question 8. Time management requires the investment of a little time to _______ and organize your life and work.

A. deal              

B. strive                

C. prioritise       

D. recognize

Question 9. Kids need to have to do things by themselves as early as possible.

A. offers                      

B. jobs                         

C. conditions              

D. opportunities

Question 10. As a parent, one of the most important goals is tochildren who will become independent and self-reliant in the future.

A. raise                 

B. bring                       

C. grow                       

D. take

Đề thi Giữa học kì 1 Tiếng Anh 11 Đà Nẵng năm 2024 (7 đề)

IV. Choose the correct words/ phrases to complete each sentence.

Question 11. How did you manage getting/ to get free tickets to the ball?

Question 12. Julie finally succeeded in persuading/ to persuade her parents to let her have flying lessons.

Question 13. Jane was able to organise / of organising another very popular programme of social events this year.

Question 14. I’ve arranged to meet/ meeting Jerry after chess club tonight.

Question 15. My parents never allowed me for wearing/ to wear make-up before I was twenty.

V. Complete each sentence with the correct form of the words in the brackets.

Question 16. Findings suggest that while television is more than the press, it is less persuasive. (inform)

Question 17. We all  him for his bravery. (admiration)

Question 18. He has to take part in the English speaking contest. (decision)

Question 19. Cuba gainedfrom Spain in 1989. (independent)

Question 20. He is trustworthy, so you canon him. (reliable)

VI. Read the passage, and choose the correct answer A, B, C or D for each question.

The concept of parental authority has changed. Today, no parent can take their children’s respect for granted: authority has to be earned. Several studies have shown the following problems.

Trust: A lot of young people say their parents read all their emails, and enter their rooms without knocking. All of these actions demonstrate lack of respect. Consequently, these teenagers have little respect for their parents.

Communication: Hardly any teens discuss their problems with their parents. That’s because very few teens feel their parents really listen to them. Instead, most parents tend to fire off an immediate response to their kids’ first sentence.

Freedom: Interestingly, most rebels come from very authoritarian homes where kids have very little freedom. Teens need fewer rules but they have to be clear and unchangeable. Also, if the mother and father don’t agree about discipline, teens have less respect for both parents. They also need a lot of effort and a little freedom to make their own decisions. None of them enjoys just listening to adults.

Role models: Teens don’t have much respect for their parents if neither of them actually does things that they expect their children to do. Like everybody, teens appreciate people who practise what they preach.

Question 21. The clause “authority has to be earned” means that  .

A. parents have to earn a living in order to support their children and get their respect

B. parents can get respect from their children based on what they have done for them

C. parents have authority and power in the homes and children have to obey them

D. parents have to respect their children because they earn a living to support the family

Question 22. When parents trust their child, they .

A. read his emails

B. enter his room without knocking

C. earn little money

D. respect his privacy

Question 23. Rebels often happen in homes when .

A. children have so little freedom and can’t make their own decisions

B. parents have much authority over their children in the homes

C. the family rules are clear and unchangeable, but only  a few

D. none of the parents enjoy listening to adults

Question 24. Teens don’t have much respect for their parents when .

A. teens expect people to practise what they preach

B. their parents agree about discipline for their children

C. their parents don’t set a good example to their children

D. their parents fire off an immediate response to them

Question 25. The main idea of the passage is .

A. how parents can improve communication in their home

B. the reasons why teens rebel against the parents’ authority

C. what parents should or shouldn’t do to gain the children’s respect

D. how the concept of parental authority has developed throughout history.

VII.Choose the best answers among A, B, C or D to fill in each gap in the text below.

The nuclear family, (26)of a mother, father and their children may be (27)an American ideal than an American reality. Of course, the so-called traditional family was always varied than we had been led (28), reflecting the very different racial, ethnic, class, and religious customs among among different American groups, but today (29)is even more obvious.

The most recent government statistics reveal that only  about one third of all current American families fit the traditional mold of two parents and their children, and (30)third consists of married couples who either have (31)children  or have none still living at home. Of the final one third, about 20 percent of the total (32)of American household are single people, usually women over sixty-five years of age. A small percentage, about 3 percent of the total , consists of unmarried people who (33)to live together, and the rest, about 7 % are (34)parents, with at least one child.

There are several reasons for the growing number of the single-parent households. First, the number of births to unmarried women has increased dramatically. In addition, a substantial number of adults become single parents (35)of divorce. Finally, a small percentage of deaths result in single-parents families. Today, these varied family types are typical and, therefore, normal.

Question 26

A. consisting

B. comprising

C. including

D. composing

Question 27

A. much

B. more

C. far

D. fewer

Question 28

A. to believing

B. believing

C. to be believed

D. to believe

Question 29

A. diverse

 B. diversity

C. diversify

D. diversified

Question 30

A. other

B. others

C. another

D. anothers

Question 31

A. no

B. not

C. only

D. any

Question 32

A. amount

B. sum

C. gross

D. number

Question 33

A. select

B. collect

C. choose

D. have

Question 34

A. single

B. none

C. only

D. one

Question 35

A. in spite

B. as a result

C. therefore

D. moreover

VIII. Write complete sentences, using the words/ phrases in their correct forms. You can add some more necessary words, but you have to use all the words given.

Question 36. When/ children/ grow up/ they/ would like/ be independent/ their parents.

Question 37. Children/ go through/ changes/ behaviour and attitude/ and / parents/ be flexible/ deal/ these changes.

Question 38. It/ difficult/ parents/ accept/ the fact that/ their children/ their own ideas/ and/ make up/ own ways.

Question 39. Parents/ listen/ children’s points/ view.

Question 40. Both sides/ try/ develop/ mutual understanding/ and look/ solutions/ conflict.

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Question 1-C

Question 2-A

Question 3-B

Question 4-A

Question 5-B

Question 6-A

Question 7-D

Question 8-B

Question 9-D

Question 10-A

Question 11-to get

Question 12-in persuading

Question 13- to organise

Question 14-to meet

Question 15-to wear

Question 16-informative

Question 17-admire

Question 18-decided

Question 19-independence

Question 20-rely

Question 21-B

Question 22-D

Question 23-A

Question 24-C

Question 25-B

Question 26-A

Question 27-

Question 28- D

Question 29-B

Question 30-C

Question 31-A

 Question 32-D

 Question 33- C

 Question 34-A

 Question 35-B
 
Question 36. When the children grow up, they would like to be independent from their parents.

Question 37. Children have to go through changes in behaviour and attitude and their parents need to be flexible to deal with these changes.

Question 38. It is difficult for parents to accept the fact that their children have their own ideas and make up their own ways.

Question 39. Parents should listen to their children’s views of point.

Question 40. Both sides should try to develop mutual understanding and look for the solutions to conflict.

Đề thi Giữa học kì 1 Tiếng Anh 11 Đà Nẵng năm 2024 (7 đề)

Sở Giáo dục và Đào tạo .....

Đề thi Giữa Học kì 1 Đà Nẵng

Năm học 2023 - 2024

Bài thi môn: Tiếng Anh 11 (Thí điểm)

Thời gian làm bài: phút

(không kể thời gian phát đề)

(Đề số 3)

I. PRONUNCIATION

Choose the word which is stressed differently from therest.

Question 1.

A. confident

B.  important

C.  together                    

D.  exciting

Question 2.

A. curfew                        

B.  conflict

C.  control                       

D.  homestay

Question 3.

A. charity                        

B.  talented

C.  dominate                   

D.  contribute

Choose the word which is pronounced different from that of the others.

Question 4.

A. childcare                   

B.  privacy

C.  mature                     

D.  elegant

Question 5.

A. compassion                

B.  progress

C.  discussion                  

D.  pressure

Question 6.

A. achievement              

B.  appearance

C.  enthusiastic               

D.  initiative

II. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR

Choose the best answer to complete each unfinished sentence, substitutes the underlined part.

Question 7. The impact of hearing …………… can cause delays in receiving learning material.

A. missing                    

B.  removal

C.  loss ܆                        

D.  theft

Question 8. Many volunteers have taken part in our programme since the campaign was launched. The underlined word has the CLOSEST meaning to_________.

A. introduced                  

B.  broadcast

C.  produced                   

D.  instructed

Question 9. ............. is  a group of countries or parties with similar political interests.

A. Association                

B.  Motto

C.  Bloc                            

D.  Constitution

Question 10. In developing countries, there are many children ................. cognitive impairments.

A. in                             

B.  with

C.  of                            

D.  about

Question 11. .............. is a word or group of words often used in campaigns to attract people's attention.

A. Involve                      

B.  Support 

C.  Charter                     

D.  Slogan

Question 12. If you are _______, you are capable of doing or deciding by yourself, rather than depending on other people for help.

A. well-informed                 

B.  determined

C.  self-reliant                      

D.  reliable

Question 13. You need to read newspapers and watch the news to keep ________on current topics.

A. reliable                      

B.  well-informed

C.  decisive                    

D.  independent

Question 14. He __________ what you have criticized, simply because he was with me at the time.

A. can't have done                  

B.  can't do

C.  mightn't have done            

D.  won't do

Question 15. Oil________ if you pour it on water

A. floated                                

B.  float

C.  will be floated                   

D.  floats

Question 16. I have already shopped for food twice this week, so I _________do it today.

A. don't need                    

B.  don't have to

C.  ought not                    

D.  must not do

Question 17. We ________English this time last week.

A. learned                         

B.  were learning

C.  have learned               

D.  had learned

Question 18. My father used to _____ me to the zoo when we _____ in the city.

A. take - lived

B.  taking - were living 

C.  took - had lived

D.  taking - lived

Question 19. Micheal ______ an actor  many years ago.

A. is said to be

B.  is said to have been

C.  was said have been

D.  was said being

Question 20. I can watch TV and play computer games on Sunday because I ……..go to school that day.

A. mustn’t                  

B.  shouldn’t 

C.  don’t need            

D.  don’t have to

Error Identification.

Question 21. When conflicts happen(A), we sit together and discuss(B). We need understanding(C)each other(D) better.

Question 22. Friends advised her to stop(A)doing(B ) the housework(C)because(D) her old age.

Question 23.The(A) heavy rain made it(B)possible(C) for us to(D) have our picnic.

III. READING COMPREHENSION

Read the passage, and choose the correct answer A, B, C or D for each question.

Mr. and Mrs. Nelson have two children, Lara 10 and Peter is 16. Mrs. Nelson first discovered that Peter was getting into trouble when school rang her to say that he hadn’t turned up that day, or the day before. She realized right away that he had been truanting.

Peter's behaviour was causing conflict in the house and Mr. and Mrs. Nelson were both concerned. They had different views of how they should deal with Peter's behaviour and this led to rows that upset the whole family. They decided to prevent Peter from going out with hifriends, but this just made him more stubborn and he would continue to miss school and stay outside his curfew.

 Over the coming weeks, family life became more and more difficult. Mr. and Mrs. felt that they could no longer do this on their own and asked the school to help. The arranged for Peter to talk to someone he trusted, and they made an agreement for him gradually attending school again. He was also given some time to catch up with the work he had missed.

As he started to talk it through, Peter realized that he had been unhappy at school for a while. He admitted that he had felt lonely since his best friend moved away and another group had persuaded him to skip school. As he missed more and more school, it became harder to go back.

Peter was encouraged to tell his parents how much he missed his friend and that he to spend time with his dad playing football or fishing. Mr. Nelson thought he had grown out of that a long time ago but was pleased to spend time with Peter again.

Mr. and Mrs. Nelson tried to notice every day when Peter achieved his goal of attending being on time and remembering to do his homework. It took a little longer for Peter's friendship to return to normal and Peter has had to learn to prove himself trustworthy to his parents , but gradually Mr. and Mrs. Nelson are learning to trust Peter again.

Question 24. The conflict in the Nelsons was due to the fact that.

A. Peter had been truanting at school.

B.  Peter was getting into trouble at school.

C.  they paid too much attention to Lara.

D.  they didn't agree on the solution to Peter's problem.

Question 25. When Mr. and Mrs. Nelson applied severe punishment to Peter .

A. Peter stopped going out with his friends

B.  it had no effect and made the situation worse

C.  he missed his friends and stayed outside his curfew

D.  the family didn't know how to deal with his behaviour

Question 26. The school applied all the following things to help Peter EXCEPT that.

A. they helped the Nelsons solve the problem on their own

B.  they agreed to allow him to come back to school

C. they helped him to catch up with his study

D.  they tried to make his communication with his friends better.

Question 27. The reason why Peter got into trouble was that .

A. it became harder for him to miss school

B.  he couldn't talk about his problem at home and at school

C.  some of his friends had negative impact on him             

D.  he wanted to move away with his best friend

Question 28. The best solution to Peter's problem was that .

A. he went fishing with his dad again

B.  the school and family have helped and trusted him

C.  he could do his homework and go to school on time

D.  it took him a longtime to have normal friendship again

IV. WRITING

Complete the sentences, using the correct form of the words in brackets.

Question 29. The school also supplies talking book .............. (produce)

Question 30. In addition, Vietnamese .............. massage courses are provided for blind adults in the city. (tradition)

Question 31. Those  .............. children have many problems and they really need our help. ( advantage )

Question 32. There are more and more youngsters who are ............... in doing volunteer work ( interest )

Rewrite the following sentences using the words given

Question 33. It was unneccessary for us to work overtime yesterday because we still had a lot of time for our project.

⟹ We ………………………………………

Question 34. Bringing food there was unneccessary because we didn’t know that there were lots of foodstalls there.

⟹ We needn’t ……………………………………

Question 35. Don’t expect that everybody will understand you. It’s unreasonable.

=> It’s …………………………………………

V. LISTENING

Naomi talks about her daily life in middle school.

Answer the following questions about the interview.

Question 36. What grade is she in?

A. 5th

B. 6th

Question 37. What subject does she NOT mention?

A. History

B. Computers

Question 38. When does she start school?

A. Before 9

B. After 9

Question 39. What does she usually do for lunch?

A. buy her lunch         

B. bring her lunch

Question 40. What are in roast dinners?

A. meat and vegetables

B.  pizza and chips

Đáp án

Question 1

A

Question 21

C

Question 2

C

Question 22

D

Question 3

D

Question 23

C

Question 4

A

Question 24

D

Question 5

B

Question 25

B

Question 6

C

Question 26

A

Question 7

C

Question 27

C

Question 8

A

Question 28

B

Question 9

C

Question 29


Question 10

B

Question 30


Question 11

D

 Question 31


Question 12

C

 Question 32


Question 13

B

 Question 33


Question 14

A

 Question 34


Question 15

D

 Question 35


Question 16

B

 Question 36

B

Question 17

B

 Question 37

B

Question 18

A

 Question 38

B

Question 19

B

 Question 39

B

Question 20

D

 Question 40

A

Question 29. products

Question 30. traditional

Question 31. disadvantaged

Question 32. interested

Question 33. We didn’t need to work overtime yesterday because we still had a lot of time for our project.

Question 34. We needn’t have brought food because there were lots of foodstalls there.

Question 35. It’s unreasonable to expect that everybody will understand. 

Sở Giáo dục và Đào tạo .....

Đề thi Giữa Học kì 1 Đà Nẵng

Năm học 2023 - 2024

Bài thi môn: Tiếng Anh 11 (Thí điểm)

Thời gian làm bài: phút

(không kể thời gian phát đề)

(Đề số 4)

I. PRONUNCIATION

Choose the word which is stressed differently from therest.

Question 1.

A. enquire                        B. enroll

C. donate                         D. donor

Question 2.

A. protective                   B. contribute

C. motivate                     D. priority

Question 3.

A. schedule                     B. struggle

C. deadline                      D. impaired

Choose the word which is pronounced different from that of the others.

Question 4.

A. engage                         B. achievement

C. confidence                   D. permission

Question 5.

A. potential                     B. home

C. oppose                        D. contribution

Question 6.

A. initiative                      B. confidence

C. enthusiastic                D. tension

II. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR

Choose the answer to complete each unfinished sentence, substitutes the underlined part.

Question 7. The ability to be independent comes _____to a person when he grows up.

A. nature                   B. natural

C. naturally                D. unnatural

Question 8. There are some specific strategies that are useful in teaching a group which includes students with physical.

A. lacks                        B. shortages

C. impairments           D. deaths

Question 9. Vietnam always desires to work with its partners on the basis of the of respect for independence, equality and mutual benefit.

A. principle                    B. maintenance

C. community               D. stability

Question 10. International programmes should aim to enhance cooperation for peace, and development.

A. relation                       B. stability

C. maintenance             D. solution

Question 11. The two decades of Vietnam's participation in the bloc have seen the country's maturity in.

A. mixture                      B. combination

C. integration                D. separation

Question 12. They were finally with each other, after not speaking for nearly five years.

A. reconciled                 B. persuaded

C. interested                  D. fond

Question 13. In the past years, high growth has enabled Viet Nam to increase people's living standards.

A. pricipal                      B. stable

C. peaceful                    D. economic

Question 14. I do not mind at all. You _______ apologize.

A. shouldn't                   B. needn't

C. mustn't                      D. oughtn't to

Question 15. It is Phong’s  sense of responsibility makes him successful in his life.

A. who                            B. what 

C. which                         D. that

Question 16. Look! It says “Staff only”. You ________park here.

A. mustn't                        B. don't have to

C. don't need to              D. needn't

Question 17. Would you mind giving me a hand _____ cooking?

A. to                               B. with

C. for                              D. on

Question 18. While her husband was in the army, Janet________ to him twice a week.

A. was writing                  B. wrote 

C. was written                  D. had written

Question 19. I painted my room pink but it looks so bright and shiny! I _________a different color.

A. had to choose 

B. should have chosen           

C. must have chosen 

D. could have been choosing

Question 20. I didn’t think it was you. Your voice sounded ____________on the phone.

A. stranger                    B. strangely

C. stranging                  D. strange

Error Identification.

Question 21.We all(A) know that(B) we have to work hardly(C)to support(D) the family.     

Question 22.It’s(A)high(B) time we(C)should study(D) for the examination. 

Question 23. If you make(A) a five-days(B) trip across the Atlantic Ocean, your ship enters(C) a different time zone(D) everyday.

III. READING

Read the passage, and choose the correct answer A, B, C or D for each question.

Approximately one in two thousand people in Viet Nam has a significant hearing loss. Students who have been deafened in early childhood can be very different to students who have lost hearing later in life in terms of educational disadvantage. For example, their range of vocabulary may be limited, which in turn may affect their level of English literacy.

Deaf and hard of hearing students can sometimes prefer visual learning strategies. This can be a challenge in an environment where much essential information is delivered exclusively by word of mouth.

Students with a hearing loss may need to use assistive technology to participate in class. This assistive technology can be the laptop where software such as Skype can be used to deliver interpreters or captioning. For some it will be in the form of listening devices. For others, it will be a combination of technology that includes both listening devices and computer based software.

The impact of hearing loss can cause delays in receiving learning material. Students who need information transcribed from tape must sometimes wait for a significant period of time for this to happen. This needs to be considered in terms of developing suitable timelines for the completion of work for each student.

Students with hearing loss may appear isolated in the learning environment. The possibility for social contact and interaction with other students is often limited, and this isolation or separateness may have an impact on learning. Participation and interaction in tutorials may be limited. Students who cannot hear the flow and nuances of rapid verbal exchange will be at a disadvantage.

Question 24. Students who have been deafened in early childhood can be very different to students have lost hearing later in life because.

A. they have less disadvantage in English literacy

B. they have a more significant hearing loss

C. their vocabulary is good enough to affect their level of English literacy

D. they suffer from more difficulty in expressing their ideas

Question 25. Assistive technology can help students with a hearing loss .

A. use software such as Skype to talk to interpreters

B. better integrate into the study environment

C. use listening devices and gain their hearing ability

D. deliver the captioning in order for them to understand

Question 26. All of the following are true according to the text EXCEPT that .

A. students with hearing impairments prefer visual learning

B. assistive techpology is useful to disabled students to follow education

C. deaf students can't complete their tasks in class

D. hearing ability may affect the level of language skills

Question 27. Learning environment can have negative impact on deaf students when.

A. they get no help from their friends or little communication

B. they develop suitable timelines for the completion of works

C. they cannot hear the nuisance of rapid verbal exchange

D. interactions in tutorials may be limited in social contact

Question 28. The word “timeline" in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to.

A. a line that shows the time in a day

B. a plan which how long things will take

C. a point of time when thing completed

D. a device which records the time

IV. WRITING

Complete the sentences, using the correct form of the words in brackets.

Question 29. I got some ................. advice from my teacher. It was really helpful. (use)

Question 30. The …………rate has doubled in the past five years, placing a heavy burden on the national budget. (employ)

Question 31. He was very ............. about this film because the main character motivated him to be more confident. (excite)

Question 32. People who volunteer in their community have a personal ............. to the area. (attach)

Rewrite the following sentences using the words given

Question 33. It is not necessary for you to do it now.

⟹ You .........................

Question 34. It was wrong of you to criticize him in front of many people. (should)

⟹ You ……………………………

Question 35. They are going to spend their holiday in China. (cleft sentence)

⟹ It ………………………………

V. LISTENING

Listen to a Love Note to His Girlfriend. And choose Yes or No for each of the following questions.

Question 36. Have they talked on the phone?

Question 37. Have they talked in his house?

Question 38. Does he want to break up with her?

Question 39. Does he want to be with her for a year or so?

Question 40. Do she and he have problems?

Đáp án

Question 1

D

Question 15

D

Question 2

C

Question 16

A

Question 3

D

Question 17

B

Question 4

A

Question 18

B

Question 5

D

Question 19

B

Question 6

D

Question 20

D

Question 7

C

Question 21

C

Question 8

C

Question 22

D

Question 9

A

Question 23

B

Question 10

B

Question 24

D

Question 11

C

Question 25

B

Question 12

A

Question 26

C

Question 13

D

Question 27

D

Question 14

B

Question 28

B

Question 29: useful

Question 30: unemployment

Question 31: excited

Question 32: attachment

Question 33. You don’t need to do it now.

Question 34. You shouldn’t have criticized him in front of many people.

Question 35. It is in China that they are going to spend their holiday.

Question 36: yes

Question 37: yes

Question 38: no

Question 39: no

Question 40: yes

Sở Giáo dục và Đào tạo .....

Đề thi Giữa Học kì 1 Đà Nẵng

Năm học 2023 - 2024

Bài thi môn: Tiếng Anh 11 (Thí điểm)

Thời gian làm bài: phút

(không kể thời gian phát đề)

(Đề số 5)

I. PRONUNCIATION

Choose the word which is stressed differently from therest.

Question 1.

A. management               B. stimulate

C. advertise                       D. overcome

Question 2.

A. attitude                       B. argument

C. relevant                      D. assistant

Question 3.

A. interact                        B. concentrate

C. counsellor                   D. influence

Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from therest.

Question 4.

A. prioritise                     B. privacy

C. strive                           D. determined

Question 5.

A. wisely                          B. width

C. wisdom                       D. confident

Question 6.

A. possession                 B. discussion

C. profession                   D. decision

II. VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR

Choose a, b, c, or d that best completes each unfinished sentence, substitutes the underlined part, orhas a close meaning to the original one.

Question 7. Regular dialogue and cooperation contribute to the………….. of peace and security in the region.

A. solution                          B. stability

C. maintenance                 D. integration

Question 8. The ASEAN Security Community (ASC)aims to ensure that countries in the region live at ………with one another and in a democratic and harmonious environment.

A. peace                          B. peaceful

C. peacefully                   D. peaceable

Question 9. Since I was a little child, my parents have encouraged me to voicemy opinion. The underlined word has the CLOSEST meaning to__________.

A. take                            B. lend an ear

C. speak out                   D. make

Question 10. On July 28, 1995, Vietnam became ……….. seventh member of ASEAN.

A. a                           B. an

C. the                        D. Ø

Question 11. Everyone should act ………… in order to protect our environment.

A. responsible                 B. responsibly

C. responsibility               D. irresponsible

Question 12. The population of ASEAN accounts ………… about 8.7% of the world's population.

A. of                               B. for

C. in                               D. from

Question 13. Teens should have the ability to................loneliness.

A. deal                            B. look afer

C. set up                         D. cope with  

Question 14. The house was very quiet when I…………home. Everybody had gone to bed.

A. got                              B.  get

C. have got                     D. was getting

Question 15. Laos and Myanmar were admitted …………ASEAN in 1997.

A. for                             B. of

C. to                               D. in

Question 16. He failed to keep her secrets, so she stopped being friends with him. He wished he hadn’t………….her trust.

A. reconciled

B. been in a relationship

C. broken up

D. betrayed

Question 17. ASEAN also try to solve the problems of ethnic tensions which might lead…………..civil war.

A. into                           B. away

C. off                             D. to

Question 18. The courses try to get young people to feel...............in applying new skills in order to live independently.

A. sure                          B. confident

C. excited                     D. interested

Question 19. One of ASEAN's objectives is to help people think about peace and ………….and do something about it.

A. origin                         B. justice

C. statistics                   D. record

Question 20. Her parents don’t think she should wear flashy clothes every day. The underlined word has the OPPOSITE meaning to________

A. fashionable                B. sparkling

C. expensive                   D. casual

Error Identification.

Question 21. Playing the(A) football and doing(B) sports are excellent ways for(C) disabled children to get exercise(D).

Question 22.It(A)took(B) me five minutes(C)getting(D) to school.

Question 23.Since(A) I begin(B) school, I haven't had(C)much(D) spare time.

Question 24. When he arrived at(A) the furniture(B) shop, they had been sold(C) the table he wanted(D).

Question 25. I succeeded in(A)to find(B)  a job, so my parents didn’t make(C)  me go(D) to college.

III. READING

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

Generation gap refers to the difference in the ways of thinking and perception in the people of two different generations which results in behavioral differences, and sometimes, (26)between them. In other words, it is the difference in the thinking of the people of older and younger generations that creates the (27)of understanding between them. The most common example of generation gap is seen in the family between parents and their children. It is not only because of the gap in age but also because of the way parents (28)to a particular situation.

Advancement technology has led to the generation gap in this modern world. Children tend to spend most of their time with their digital devices and busy with social media that they do not discuss their problems with their parents. The Internet (29)solutions to most of the problems that children needn't ask their own parents for help, (30)the communication and leading to a generation gap.

Generation gap occurs not only between parents and children but also between teachers and students. Students are likely to enjoy the classes of an open-minded teacher, who shows mutual (31)to the students. The teachers, who tend to keep their students under unnecessary strict disciplines and practise hard ways to make them obey the orders, are usually disliked by the students. This narrows minded thinking, especially (32)in the teachers of the older generation, eventually creates a gap between the students and teachers.

Another difference is the use of technology. Young teachers tend to use more digital devices is class for their lessons that has a good (33)on the students. Students take more interest and participate actively in the class discussion. An old teacher has (34)- frequent use of electronic devices that makes lessons boring, which is not enjoyed by the students and it creates a gap between them.

To (35)the generation gap, parents or teachers must be close to their children. They should show interest and give time to the children, have open communication, and allow the child to feel free in all the situations.

Question 26.

A. opposition                B. wars

C. conflicts                   D. sympathy

Question 27.

A. lack                           B. shortage

C. failure                       D. miss

Question 28.

A. behave                      B. react

C. change                      D. experience

Question 29.

A. sets                           B. allows

C. shows                        D. provides

Question 30.

A. reduce                      B. to reduce

C. reducing                   D. being reduced

Question 31.

A. respect                      B. politeness

C. benefit                        D. friend 

Question 32.

A. watched                   B. met

C. seen                          D. considered

Question 33.

A. impact                      B. force

C. power                        D. act

Question 34.

A. fewer                        B. more

C. less                           D. much

Question 35.

A. give up                     B. reduce

C. make                        D. leave

Read the following passage and do the tasks below.

Southeast Asian Countries’ PISA Rankings 2012

Once every three years, 15-year-olds from around the world are tested on how well they know their reading, maths and science. This is called the Programme for International Student Assessment, or PISA for short. It is run by the Organization for Economic Coopertation and Development or OECD.Over half a million students from 65 countries and economies took part in PISA 2012. The result of the latest PISA 2012 had been announced on 3 December 2013. Only five out of ten ASEAN countries participated in PISA 2012. They were Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

- Singapore ranked 2nd in maths and 3rd in reading and science;

- Vietnam, entered PISA tests for the first time, ranked 8th in science, 17th in maths and 19th in reading;

- Thailand has been the participant in the PISA tests since 2000. It ranked 47 in science, 48th in reading and 50 in maths;

- Malaysia got 52th in maths, 53rd in science and 59th in reading;

- Indonesia got 61st in reading and got 64th in maths and science.

Singapore’s 15-year-old students came in the top five in every area. Vietnamese students scored very well on all three PISA subjects. Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia ranked below average for the 65 countries assessed. The next administration of PISA is in 2015 and results will be reported at the end of 2016.

ASEAN CORNER by Kru Ekachai (www.aseancorner.blogspot.com)

Question 36. What does PISA stand for?

A. Programme for International Student Assignment

B. Programme for International Student Assembly

C. Programme for International Student Assessment

Question 37. How often is the PISA testing held?

A. Every 2 years

B. Every 3 years

C. Every 4 years

Question 38. What areas are tested on the PISA?

A. Reading, maths and biology

B. Reading, maths and science

C. Reading, science and geography

Question 39. How many ASEAN countries participated in the PISA 2012?

A. Five               B. Six                  C. Seven

Question 40. Who are the participants of the PISA tests?

A. students

B. teachers

C. principals

IV. WRITING

Rewrite the following sentences using the words given.

Question 41. It is 2 years since Nam last went to the cinema

⟹ Nam has …………………………

Question 42. You should really speak to your parents when you have problems.  (Cleft sentence)

⟹ It…………………………………

Question 43. That he decided to apply for the job surprised all of us.

⟹ His decision………………………

Question 44. Ann was selected to participate in the speaking contest.  She was proud.

⟹ Ann was proud …………………………

V. LISTENING

Six people discuss what they prefer, a big family or a small family. Listen carefully and do the tasks below. Answer the following questions about the interview.

Question 45. Akane thinks big families are good because____.

A. she had a big family

B. she had a small family

Question 46. What does Jeff think you learn from a big family?

A. to share everything

B. to tell the truth

Question 47. Jeyong thinks big families are interesting _______.

A. because everyone is the same

B. because everyone is different

Question 48. Why does Ruth like big families?

A. They are more interesting

B. They laugh together

Question 49. What does Simon say about only children?

A. They get a lot of attention

B. They get whatever they want

Question 50. Why does Todd think small families are easier?

A. You can live in an apartment 

B. Big families are expensive


 Đáp án

Question 1

D

Question 26

C

Question 2

D

Question 27

A

Question 3

A

Question 28

B

Question 4

D

Question 29

D

Question 5

A

Question 30

C

Question 6

D

 Question 31

A

Question 7

C

 Question 32

C

Question 8

A

 Question 33

A

Question 9

C

 Question 34

C

Question 10

C

 Question 35

B

Question 11

B

 Question 36

C

Question 12

B

 Question 37

B

Question 13

D

 Question 38

B

Question 14

A

 Question 39

A

Question 15

C

 Question 40

A

Question 16

D

Question 41

Question 17

D

Question 42

Question 18

D

Question 43

Question 19

B

Question 44

Question 20

D

Question 45

B

Question 21

A

Question 46

A

Question 22

D

Question 47

B

Question 23

B

Question 48

B

Question 24

C

Question 49

B

Question 25

B

Question 50

B


Question 41. Nam has not gone to the cinema for 2 years.

Question 42. It is your parents who you should really speak to when you have problems. 

Question 43. His decision to apply for the job surprised all of us.

Question 44. Ann was proud of being selected to participate in the speaking contest.

Sở Giáo dục và Đào tạo .....

Đề thi Giữa Học kì 1 Đà Nẵng

Năm học 2023 - 2024

Bài thi môn: Tiếng Anh 11 (Thí điểm)

Thời gian làm bài: phút

(không kể thời gian phát đề)

(Đề số 6)

I. PRONUNCIATION

Choose the word which is stressed differently from therest.

Question 1.

A. management             B. stimulate

C. advertise                     D. overcome

Question 2.

A. attitude                      B. argument

C. relevant                      D. assistant

Question 3.

A. interact                        B. concentrate

C. counsellor                   D. influence

Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from therest.

Question 4.

A. prioritise                    B. privacy

C. strive                          D. determined

Question 5.

A. wisely                          B. width

C. wisdom                       D. confident

Question 6.

A. possession                 B. discussion

C. profession                   D. decision

II. VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR

Choose a, b, c, or d that best completes each unfinished sentence, substitutes the underlined part, orhas a close meaning to the original one.

Question 7. Regular dialogue and cooperation contribute to the………….. of peace and security in the region.

A. solution                         B. stability

C. maintenance                 D. integration

Question 8. The ASEAN Security Community (ASC)aims to ensure that countries in the region live at ………with one another and in a democratic and harmonious environment.

A. peace                          B. peaceful

C. peacefully                   D. peaceable

Question 9. Since I was a little child, my parents have encouraged me to voicemy opinion. The underlined word has the CLOSEST meaning to__________.

A. take                             B. lend an ear

C. speak out                   D. make

Question 10. On July 28, 1995, Vietnam became ……….. seventh member of ASEAN.

A. a                           B. an

C. the                        D. Ø

Question 11. Everyone should act ………… in order to protect our environment.

A. responsible                  B. responsibly

C. responsibility               D. irresponsible

Question 12. The population of ASEAN accounts ………… about 8.7% of the world's population.

A. of                              B. for

C. in                               D. from

Question 13. Teens should have the ability to................loneliness.

A. deal                            B. look afer

C. set up                         D. cope with  

Question 14. The house was very quiet when I…………home. Everybody had gone to bed.

A. got                               B.  get

C. have got                      D. was getting

Question 15. Laos and Myanmar were admitted …………ASEAN in 1997.

A. for                              B. of

C. to                               D. in

Question 16. He failed to keep her secrets, so she stopped being friends with him. He wished he hadn’t………….her trust.

A. reconciled

B. been in a relationship

C. broken up

D. betrayed

Question 17. ASEAN also try to solve the problems of ethnic tensions which might lead…………..civil war.

A. into                           B. away

C. off                             D. to

Question 18. The courses try to get young people to feel...............in applying new skills in order to live independently.

A. sure                           B. confident

C. excited                      D. interested

Question 19. One of ASEAN's objectives is to help people think about peace and ………….and do something about it.

A. origin                          B. justice

C. statistics                    D. record

Question 20. Her parents don’t think she should wear flashy clothes every day. The underlined word has the OPPOSITE meaning to________

A. fashionable                B. sparkling

C. expensive                   D. casual

Error Identification.

Question 21. Playing the(A) football and doing(B) sports are excellent ways for(C) disabled children to get exercise(D).

Question 22.It(A)took(B) me five minutes(C)getting(D) to school.

Question 23.Since(A) I begin(B) school, I haven't had(C)much(D) spare time.

Question 24. When he arrived at(A) the furniture(B) shop, they had been sold(C) the table he wanted(D).

Question 25. I succeeded in(A)to find(B)  a job, so my parents didn’t make(C)  me go(D) to college.

III. READING

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

Generation gap refers to the difference in the ways of thinking and perception in the people of two different generations which results in behavioral differences, and sometimes, (26)between them. In other words, it is the difference in the thinking of the people of older and younger generations that creates the (27)of understanding between them. The most common example of generation gap is seen in the family between parents and their children. It is not only because of the gap in age but also because of the way parents (28)to a particular situation.

Advancement technology has led to the generation gap in this modern world. Children tend to spend most of their time with their digital devices and busy with social media that they do not discuss their problems with their parents. The Internet (29)solutions to most of the problems that children needn't ask their own parents for help, (30)the communication and leading to a generation gap.

Generation gap occurs not only between parents and children but also between teachers and students. Students are likely to enjoy the classes of an open-minded teacher, who shows mutual (31)to the students. The teachers, who tend to keep their students under unnecessary strict disciplines and practise hard ways to make them obey the orders, are usually disliked by the students. This narrows minded thinking, especially (32)in the teachers of the older generation, eventually creates a gap between the students and teachers.

Another difference is the use of technology. Young teachers tend to use more digital devices is class for their lessons that has a good (33)on the students. Students take more interest and participate actively in the class discussion. An old teacher has (34)- frequent use of electronic devices that makes lessons boring, which is not enjoyed by the students and it creates a gap between them.

To (35)the generation gap, parents or teachers must be close to their children. They should show interest and give time to the children, have open communication, and allow the child to feel free in all the situations.

Question 26.

A. opposition                B. wars

C. conflicts                   D. sympathy

Question 27.

A. lack                            B. shortage

C. failure                        D. miss

Question 28.

A. behave                      B. react

C. change                      D. experience

Question 29.

A. sets                            B. allows

C. shows                        D. provides

Question 30.

A. reduce                      B. to reduce

C. reducing                   D. being reduced

Question 31.

A. respect                      B. politeness

C. benefit                       D. friend 

Question 32.

A. watched                 B. met

C. seen                        D. considered

Question 33.

A. impact                      B. force

C. power                       D. act

Question 34.

A. fewer                        B. more

C. less                           D. much

Question 35.

A. give up                     B. reduce

C. make                        D. leave

Read the following passage and do the tasks below.

Southeast Asian Countries’ PISA Rankings 2012

Once every three years, 15-year-olds from around the world are tested on how well they know their reading, maths and science. This is called the Programme for International Student Assessment, or PISA for short. It is run by the Organization for Economic Coopertation and Development or OECD.Over half a million students from 65 countries and economies took part in PISA 2012. The result of the latest PISA 2012 had been announced on 3 December 2013. Only five out of ten ASEAN countries participated in PISA 2012. They were Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

- Singapore ranked 2nd in maths and 3rd in reading and science;

- Vietnam, entered PISA tests for the first time, ranked 8th in science, 17th in maths and 19th in reading;

- Thailand has been the participant in the PISA tests since 2000. It ranked 47 in science, 48th in reading and 50 in maths;

- Malaysia got 52th in maths, 53rd in science and 59th in reading;

- Indonesia got 61st in reading and got 64th in maths and science.

Singapore’s 15-year-old students came in the top five in every area. Vietnamese students scored very well on all three PISA subjects. Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia ranked below average for the 65 countries assessed. The next administration of PISA is in 2015 and results will be reported at the end of 2016.

ASEAN CORNER by Kru Ekachai (www.aseancorner.blogspot.com)

Question 36. What does PISA stand for?

A. Programme for International Student Assignment

B. Programme for International Student Assembly

C. Programme for International Student Assessment

Question 37. How often is the PISA testing held?

A. Every 2 years

B. Every 3 years

C. Every 4 years

Question 38. What areas are tested on the PISA?

A. Reading, maths and biology

B. Reading, maths and science

C. Reading, science and geography

Question 39. How many ASEAN countries participated in the PISA 2012?

A. Five               B. Six                  C. Seven

Question 40. Who are the participants of the PISA tests?

A. students

B. teachers

C. principals

IV. WRITING

Rewrite the following sentences using the words given.

Question 41. It is 2 years since Nam last went to the cinema

⟹ Nam has …………………………

Question 42. You should really speak to your parents when you have problems.  (Cleft sentence)

⟹ It…………………………………

Question 43. That he decided to apply for the job surprised all of us.

⟹ His decision………………………

Question 44. Ann was selected to participate in the speaking contest.  She was proud.

⟹ Ann was proud …………………………

V. LISTENING

Six people discuss what they prefer, a big family or a small family. Listen carefully and do the tasks below. Answer the following questions about the interview.

Question 45. Akane thinks big families are good because____.

A. she had a big family

B. she had a small family

Question 46. What does Jeff think you learn from a big family?

A. to share everything

B. to tell the truth

Question 47. Jeyong thinks big families are interesting _______.

A. because everyone is the same

B. because everyone is different

Question 48. Why does Ruth like big families?

A. They are more interesting

B. They laugh together

Question 49. What does Simon say about only children?

A. They get a lot of attention

B. They get whatever they want

Question 50. Why does Todd think small families are easier?

A. You can live in an apartment 

B. Big families are expensive

Đáp án



 

Question 1

D

Question 26

C

Question 2

D

Question 27

A

Question 3

A

Question 28

B

Question 4

D

Question 29

D

Question 5

A

Question 30

C

Question 6

D

 Question 31

A

Question 7

C

 Question 32

C

Question 8

A

 Question 33

A

Question 9

C

 Question 34

C

Question 10

C

 Question 35

B

Question 11

B

 Question 36

C

Question 12

B

 Question 37

B

Question 13

D

 Question 38

B

Question 14

A

 Question 39

A

Question 15

C

 Question 40

A

Question 16

D

Question 41

Question 17

D

Question 42

Question 18

D

Question 43

Question 19

B

Question 44

Question 20

D

Question 45

B

Question 21

A

Question 46

A

Question 22

D

Question 47

B

Question 23

B

Question 48

B

Question 24

C

Question 49

B

Question 25

B

Question 50

B

Question 41. Nam has not gone to the cinema for 2 years.

Question 42. It is your parents who you should really speak to when you have problems. 

Question 43. His decision to apply for the job surprised all of us.

Question 44. Ann was proud of being selected to participate in the speaking contest.

Sở Giáo dục và Đào tạo .....

Đề thi Giữa Học kì 1 Đà Nẵng

Năm học 2023 - 2024

Bài thi môn: Tiếng Anh 11 (Thí điểm)

Thời gian làm bài: phút

(không kể thời gian phát đề)

(Đề số 7)

I. PRONUNCIATION

Choose the word which is stressed differently from therest.

Question 1.

A. international               B. interpersonal 

C. intelligently                 D. intellectually

Question 2.

A. determined                 B. examine

C. reliant                          D. medicine

Question 3.

A. loneliness                    B. management

C. confident                     D. protective

Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from therest.

Question 4.

A. reaction                       B. achievement

C. matchmaking             D. enthusiastic

Question 5.

A. advice                         B. reconciled

C. incident                       D. decisive

Question 6.

A. contact                       B. initiative

C. interact                       D. lifetime

II. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR

Choose the best answer to complete each unfinished sentence, substitutes the underlined part, or has a close meaning to the original one.

Question 7. The sky grew _____ as the storm approached.

A. dark                       B. darkly

C. bright                     D. brightly

Question 8. People with _____ should be given the same opportunities as non-disabled people.

A. disable                    B. disability

C. disabled                  D. disabilities

Question 9. We should get _____ in charity work to help people in need.

A.  involving               B. involvement

C. involve                    D. involved

Question 10. It's time for you to stop relying _______ your parents.

A.  on                          B. in

C. at                            D. for

Question 11. He can be trusted to do the job well. He’s very _______person.

A. confident                 B. reliable

C. irresponsible           D. dependent

Question 12. Some parents care a lot about the appropriate behavior when having a meal with other people. That is why they want to teach their children good from a very early age.

A. table manners         B. behave

C. attitude                      D. knowledge

Question 13. You should take initiative and engage your classmates in friendly conversation.The underlined word has the OPPOSITEmeaning to____________.

A. act after other people         B. pioneer

C. act before other people      D. volunteer

Question 14. I have a 9 p.m. _____. I would be punished if I returned home after that time.

A. curfew                                 B. conflict 

C. relationship                         D. dating

Question 15. When you are______, look for something to do. It’ll help you _____your trouble.

A. depressing/ to forget

B. depressing/forgetting

C. depressed/to forget

D. depressed/forgetting

Question 16. Students decided to get involved in a event to provide practical help for those in need.

A. help                                   B. charity

C. need                                  D. kindness

Question 17. I feel really excited because I _____ with Vicky tomorrow.

A. have got a date

B. lend an ear

C. break up 

D. am in a relationship

Question 18. You should appear _______during the negotiation with your partners.

A. relaxing                              B. relaxedly

C. relaxingly                           D. relaxed

Question 19. I _____ for her two hours, but she _____ yet.

A. am waiting - don’t  come

B. have been waiting - hasn’t come

C. waited - came

D. wait - does not come

Question 20. The last time I went to the museum was a year ago.

A. My going to the museum lasted a year.

B. At last I went to the museum after a year.

C. A year ago, I often went to the museum.

D. I have not been to the museum for a year.

Error Identification.

Question 21. My mother makes(A) me doing(B)my homeworksso(C) I can't go out (D).

Question 22.The(A) noise on the roof of(B) the trailer woke(C) Bill and Fred up very quick(D).

Question 23.Around(A) the age of(B) sixteen you must(C) make one of the biggest decision(D) of your life.

Question 24. She finds(A) housework bored(B) and doesn't(C) like to stay(D) at home all day.

Question 25.Each(A) nation has(B) many people who(C)voluntary(D) take care of others.

III. WRITING

Rewrite the following sentences using the words given.

Question 26. When did you last see “Gone with the wind”?

⟹ How long ……………………………

Question 27. Dung tried her best to win the first prize. (effort)

⟹ Dung …………………………………

Question 28. It wasn’t Tom in the mall yesterday because he was in the hospital. I’m sure. (can)

⟹ Tom …………………………………

Question 29. This is the first time I’ve been to a Western city.

⟹ I have ……………………………………

Question 30. Nga tried hard to persuade her parents to allow her to join the trip but she failed.

⟹ Nga’s attempt ……………………………

IV. READING

Read the following passage and fill in the blanks with the words below (there is one extra word)

satisfaction         freedom             pressure

choices              stress              self-esteem

Becoming Independent

The step into adult life can be incredibly exciting, but it also brings with it a whole range of challenges. The (31) and independence from family can feel great, but it can also be really hard. There are lots of decisions to make as you figure out what you want to do with your life.

Study… work… money… relationships… partying. There are lots of (32) and decisions to be made. You may be thinking about leaving home, your career or independent life. Maybe you feel pressure to ‘make something of yourself’ or to be a success. This pressure might be from other people or from within yourself.

Most people will feel some (33) or worry about these things; for others, these added challenges can make life quite hard and contribute to depression or anxiety.

If you can’t find work or have lost your job or left education early, it brings all sorts of challenges. The most obvious challenge is having no money. You may feel a sense of failure that can knock your (34) . These changes may also mean you’re not in regular contact with other people any more.

It’s not just unemployment which can contribute to depression. Lack of job (35) can also play a part. As you’re figuring out what you want to do work wise, or struggling with your work and social life, you might find that you’re not actually enjoying the job you chose.

Read the article and answer the questions that follow.

Is There Really a Generation Gap?

According to the results of a survey in USA WEEKEND Magazine, there isn’t really a generation gap. The magazine’s “Teens & Parents” survey shows that today’s generation of young people generally get along well with their parents and appreciate the way they’re being raised. Most feel that their parents understand them, and they believe their parents consider family as the No. 1 priority in their lives. Although more than a third of teens have something in their rooms they would like to keep secret from their parents, it is usually nothing more harmful than a diary or a CD.

Such results may seem surprising in the context of the violent events that people hear about in the media. Maybe because of the things they hear, parents worry that their own kids might get out of control once they reach the teenage years. However, the facts in the survey should make us feel better. The survey shows us that today’s teens are loving and sensible. They are certainly happier than the angry people in the teenage stereotypes we all know about. True, some teenagers are very angry, and we need to recognize their needs, but the great majority of teens are not like that at all.

In contrast to some stereotypes, most teens believe they must be understanding about differences among individuals. Many of them volunteer for community service with disadvantaged people. When they talk about themselves, their friends and their families, they sound positive and proud. Generally, these are very nice kids.

Is this spirit of harmony a change from the past? Only a generation ago, parent-child relations were described as the “generation gap”. Yet even then, things were not so bad. Most kids in the 1960s and 1970s shared their parents’ basic values.

Perhaps, however, it is true that American families are growing closer at the beginning of this new millennium. Perhaps there is less to fight about, and the dangers of drug abuse and other unacceptable behavior are now well known. Perhaps, compared to the impersonal world outside the home, a young person’s family is like a friendly shelter, not a prison. And perhaps parents are acting more like parents than they did 20 or 30 years ago.

Question 36. According the first paragraph, what did the survey find out about teenagers?

A. They get along well with their parents.

B. They appreciate good CDs.

C. They keep secrets from their parents.

D. They stay in their rooms.

Question 37. According to paragraph two, parents hear things that make them worry about their own kids. What kind of things do they hear?

A. stories on the radio

B. the violent events in the media

C. funny films on TV

D. their teachers’ comments at school

Question 38. What is the stereotype referred to in paragraph 2?

A. Teens are people who recognize their needs. 

B. Teens are loving and sensible.

C. Teens are much happier than we think. 

D. Teens are angry people.

Question 39. What is the main subject of paragraph three?

A. Differences between teens.

B. Stereotypes about teens.

C. The positive attitude of teens to others.

D. Volunteering for disadvantaged people.

Question 40. In what way, according to the writer, are parents today different from they were a generation ago?

A. there is more to fight about

B. the dangers of drug abuse are still unknown

C. other unacceptable behaviors are now well known

D. a young person’s family is like a prison

V.  LISTENING

Listen a small talk about volunteerism and fill in each blank with ONE word.

Being a (41)is one of the best things you can do with your life. It’s a (42)way to help other people. It’s also very (43)to know that you are not wasting your time and are helping people who need help. Many of us could and should be out there doing voluntary (44)of some kind. So many volunteer (45)need extra hands. It really is easy. Just pick up the phone and offer your (46). I think too many of us settle into a lazy (47). We just want to come home and watch TV. Life is much more (48)when you’re a volunteer. I’ve found it really (49)your eyes to how some people live. It’s sometimes sad to see how the (50)lets people down, but at least I’m doing my bit.


 Đáp án

Question 1. C

Question 16. B

Question 2. D

Question 17. A

Question 3. D

Question 18. D

Question 4. B

Question 19. B

Question 5. C

Question 20. D

Question 6. B

Question  21. B

Question 7. A

Question 22. D

Question 8. D

Question 23. D

Question 9. D

Question 24. B

Question 10. A

Question 25. D

Question 11. B


Question 12. A


Question 13. A


Question 14. A


Question 15. C


Question 26. How long is it since you last saw “Gone with the wind”?

Question 27. Dung made an effort to win the first prize.

Question 28. Tom can’t have been in the mall yesterday because he was in the hospital.

Question 29. I have never been to a Western city before.

Question 30. Nga’s attempt to persuade her to allow her to join the trip failed.

Question 31. freedom

Question 32. choices

Question 33. stress

Question 34. self-esteem

Question 35. satisfaction

Question 36. A

Question 37. B

Question 38. D

Question 39. C

Question 40. C

Question 41. volunteer

Question 42. great

Question 43. satisfying

Question 44. activities

Question 45. organizations

Question 46. services

Question 47. lifestyle

Question 48. interesting

Question 49. opens

Question 50. government

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