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Đề thi Học kì 2 - Global Success

Năm học 2023 - 2024

Môn: Tiếng Anh 11

Thời gian làm bài: phút


Listen to the conversation between two friends about tourism. Circle the best answer A, B, or C. You will listen TWICE.

Bài nghe:

1. What are Matt and Ava doing?

A. They’re planning their summer holiday.

B. They’re talking about the impacts of tourism.

C. They’re discussing which heritage preservation project to volunteer for.

2. Why doesn’t Ava think Matt should visit Hawaii?

A. Because it’s tourist season.

B. Because Hawaiians don’t want more tourists.

C. Because it’s inconvenient to travel there.

3. What does Matt usually do when he travels?

A. He buys some stuff from local people.

B. He fulfils his responsibility before departing.

C. He books the cheapest tour.

4. What does Ava think about tourists?   

A. They have a sense of responsibility.

B. They don’t know much about other countries' cultural heritage.

C. They can destroy the place they visit.

5. According to Matt, what is the benefit of tourism?

A. Discouraging tourists from bad behaviour

B. Helping many heritage preservation and protection projects

C. Making local people famous


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

When it comes to preparations for studying abroad, the very first challenge for students is how to live independently. Stepping out of their comfort zone to live and study in a faraway country often ingrains an obscure fear of loneliness and helplessness. Therefore, if you have a plan to earn a degree in a foreign country, you need to equip yourselves with essential skills to start a truly independent life as soon as possible. First and foremost, you do not need to be an excellent cook but should know basic cooking skills to feed yourselves. Suppose that you experienced a pandemic period, you would have to cook at home due to social distancing and most restaurant closures. Second, clean-up and household skills are of equal importance. To lower accommodation costs, many students often choose to share apartments with other mates. Definitely, no one wants to stay with those who are untidy and do not know how to do simple household tasks, so make sure that you can do daily housework well enough. Third, money management is a challenging task for most overseas students. Some students are often flat broke at the end of the month because they cannot handle their budget. It’s advisable to be a smart shopper by making a suitable shopping list and keeping an accurate record of your daily expenses to avoid pointless debt. In short, the pieces of advice will hopefully make your independent life easier when you go to university in another country.       

1. What is the passage mainly about?

A. How to face loneliness and helplessness at home

B. Ways to gain independence while studying abroad

C. Overseas students and problems with additional expenses

D. Young students’ adjustment to sharing an apartment

2. What does the word those in line 14 mean?

A. flatmates

B. acquaintances

C. housekeepers

D. instructors

3. According to the passage, which of the following is NOT given in the list of advice to live independently?

A. Cooking skills

B. Clean-up skills

C. Communication skills

D. Budget management skills

4. According to the passage, who might be short of money at the end of the month?

A. Students who buy a lot of learning materials and clothes

B. Students who live on foreign scholarships

C. Students who eat out frequently

D. Students who are incapable of managing their budget

5. Which of the following is true about the passage?

A. Students must be excellent cooks when living abroad.

B. Students ought to get used to washing clothes or making the bed.

C. Students don’t need to pay attention to what they buy every day.

D. Keeping an accurate record of daily expenses is more effective than shopping smartly. 

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

Due to the growing concerns about cyberbullying in several Vietnamese schools, many nationwide campaigns have been carried (1) ___________ in recent years with a view to combating against this worrying circumstance. Plenty of practical activities, conducted in class discussions or at the flag ceremony on Mondays to heighten students’ knowledge of crucial aspects of cyberbullying, (2) ___________ got this campaign off the ground. For example, a group of students are assigned to create scripts and act out their small plays to help other peers figure out motives and consequences of cyberbullying as (3) ___________ as procedures for stopping cyberbullying and harassment. They also design posters and give a presentation to mention the risks of digital platforms comprising violent and hateful content provoking others to boycott or even gang (4) ___________ an individual. Besides, developing the role and responsibility of bystanders of cyberbullying is considered very important (5) ___________ their timely help can save the victims from unexpected incidents.


TASK 1. For each question, complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first. Use the word in brackets and do not change it. Write NO MORE THAN FIVE WORDS.     

1. Because Tom is rude, he doesn’t get along with his classmates.

Because ____________________, he doesn’t get along with his classmates. (OF)

2.  Despite its violence, many children are addicted to this game.

Many children are addicted to this game ____________________. (ALTHOUGH)

3. Nowadays people use private cars too much, so they increase their carbon footprint.

Nowadays people’s overuse of private cars ____________________ their carbon footprint. (LEADS)

TASK 2. Write an opinion essay (120-150 words) presenting your view on whether we should promote tourism at national reserves.



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

1. A. admit                         B. delta                   C. fauna                  D. balance

2. A. pressure                    B. awareness           C. progress              D. accessible

Choose the word which has a different stress pattern from that of the others. Circle A, B, C or D.

3. A. historic                      B. tropical               C. endangered          D. essential

4. A. graduation                 B. apprenticeship     C. independence          D. understanding

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

1. Oil drilling can bring about radical impacts on wildlife habitat because it ____________ the process of breeding and nesting among animal species.

A. alleviates

B. disrupts

C. interfaces

D. embarrasses

2. According to scientists, smoking reduces life ____________ by about 12 years in males on average.

A. expectations

B. expectant

C. expectantly

D. expectancy

3. There was a heavy oil spill off the southern California coast this morning. ____________, many marines were dead.

A. By contrast

B. In addition

C. As a consequence

D. On the other hand

4. Those bullies should be ashamed ____________ themselves for hurting innocent victims. 

A. with

B. to

C. of

D. about

5. Alex ____________ to having made a cruel plan to cyberbully one of his classmates.

A. remembered

B. denied

C. admitted

D. regretted

TASK 3. Fill each blank with the correct form of the verb in brackets.     

1. ____________ (work) on safeguarding don ca tai tu for many years, they have a lot of experience of keeping other similar traditional forms alive.

2. The police accused that young man of ____________ (steal) the valuable painting.

3. I gained a lot of necessary skills while I (train) ____________ as a salesman.

4. Trung ____________ (spend) most of his time exploring a variety of new academic subjects last weekend.

5. Oliver had to cut down on his shopping expenses ____________ (pay) for his laptop in instalments.

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Đề thi Học kì 2 - Smart World

Năm học 2023 - 2024

Môn: Tiếng Anh 11

Thời gian làm bài: phút

Listen to a scientist talking about Vietnam’s future education and write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS.

Question 1. The future education will certainly bring people _______ and problems.

Question 2. In the future, students will be offered online and _______.

Question 3. _______ will replace paper textbooks and notepads.

Question 4. Studying online, students might be tired and _______ quickly.

Question 5. Students’ _______ will be negatively affected because students won’t have enough time to socialize.

Choose the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others.

Question 6. A. canyon         B. statute         C. karst         D. natural

Question 7. A. person         B. design         C. university         D. install

Question 8. A. control         B. congestion         C. efficient         D. commuter

Choose the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that has a stress pattern different from the others.

Question 9. A. lesson         B. deadline         C. essay         D. career

Question 10. A. kayaking         B. prevention         C. location         D. impression 

Choose the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the best option for each of the following questions.

Question 11. The student apologized for _______ to do homework.

A. to forget

B. forgot

C. forget

D. having forgotten

Question 12. Ha Long Bay is so beautiful, but it _______ the karst landscape that makes it a UNESCO heritage site.

A. is

B. was

C. are

D. were

Question 13. The city _______ run a marketing campaign to attract more foreign tourists next year.

A. shouldn’t have

B. should

C. should be

D. should have

Question 14. Robots and drones will be _______ by smartphones.

A. controlled

B. delivered

C. saved

D. prepared

Question 15. The search for the new kind of penguin in Antarctica has been _______ international media attention.

A. attract

B. attracted

C. attracting

D. to attract

Question 16. Aaron: I have a terrible headache. - Lincoln: _______?

A. Why don’t you get some rest

B. Why don’t you wake up early

C. Do you want me to close the door

D. Do you want to see a dentist

Question 17. My sister is really interested in _______ software engineering and marketing, but _______ them sound great to me.

A. both/ neither

B. both of/ either of

C. neither of/ both

D. both/ neither of

Question 18. _______ there will be more green trees than buildings in the future cities.

A. Definitely

B. Certainly

C. Maybe

D. Might be

Question 19. According to the school rules, students _______ bring their smartphones to school except for their online classes.

A. mustn’t

B. must

C. can

D. do not have to

Question 20. _______ by mountains, My Son Sanctuary was a great place for people who love history and art.

A. Surrounding

B. Surrounded

C. Surround

D. Was surrounded

Question 21. It’s often stressful _______ all day long and _______ the housework before bedtime.

A. to work/ to do

B. to work/ do          

C. working/ doing

D. working/ to do

Question 22. Julia is so dedicated to her studies that she _______ takes breaks on weekends.

A. only

B. even

C. solely

D. merely

Question 23. Everyone can do simple things to help protect the environment by turning off unused electric devices and _______ to new energy-saving devices.

A. switching

B. switch

C. to switch

D. having switched

Choose the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following questions.

Question 24. Mike: How do you think we’ll get to Quang Binh?

                      Holly: _______.

A. I think so.

B. No problem.

C. By train.

D. This Saturday.

Question 25. Jonathan: I’m going to take the mid-term exam next week.

                      Ramona: _______!

A. Congratulations

B. Great! I’m really happy to hear that

C. Well, good luck with the exam

D. Wow! I’m very proud of you

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

Question 26. Landscape preservation is necessary for the development of this area.

A. ruin

B. destructiveness

C. harmfulness

D. conservation

Question 27. With smarter robots, over 90% of work in a factory will be carried out automatically.

A. by hand

B. by machines

C. by humans

D. by drones

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

Question 28. The Saola has been put on the list of endangered species.

A. vulnerable

B. unguarded

C. well-protected

D. undefended

Question 29. It is always challenging for teenagers to move out and live on their own.

A. easy

B. difficult

C. convenient

D. inconvenient

Choose the letter A, B, C, or D to show the part that needs correction.

Question 30. It was Quang which first put down the signs of security.

A. which

B. down

C. signs

D. security

Question 31. Thank you so much for to give the helpful advice about building relationships.

A. for

B. to give

C. helpful

D. about

Question 32. Having found the main causes of the recent congestion, Donald will suggest two effective solutions.

A. Having found

B. congestion

C. will suggest

D. solutions

Choose the options that best complete the passage.

Casa Batllo

The Works of Antoni Gaudi is in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Barcelona, Spain. The site has seven buildings designed by the famous Spanish architect, Antoni Gaudi. One of those is Casa Batllo which is (33) _______ a family home and a symbol of Barcelona.

Casa Batlló is also called the House of Masks with its impressive structures. After Josep Batlló bought it in 1903, he hired Antoni Gaudi in (34) _______ to create the perfect home for him. From 1904 to 1906, Gaudi used different (35) _______ like stone, colorful glass and metal to create this wonderful house.

In 2019, a huge two-year project began to restore the front of the building, the floors and some other parts. During the project, experts not (36) _______ cleaned the building carefully but also replaced small pieces of colorful glass on the front of the building and restored some of the floors and other areas inside the house. They were always very careful to replace damaged parts with exact copies to (37) _______ the original appearance of all parts of the house. As a result, Casa Batlló has been in good condition since then and helped educate future generations about Spanish architecture.

Question 33. A. either               B. neither               C. both                      D. not only

Question 34. A. aim                  B. order                  C. effort                      D. purpose

Question 35. A. models             B. equipment         C. amounts                 D. materials

Question 36. A. just                   B. simply               C. only                      D. yet

Question 37. A. preserve           B. repair                 C. introduce     D. clean up

Read the passage and circle the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the best option for each of the questions.

Red Claw Crawfish

Red claw crawfish (also known as crayfish), an invasive species but a favored dish in some provinces in Vietnam, is a threat to the country's agriculture and fisheries. Native to northern Australia, crawfish has entered Vietnam mainly frozen from the US or fresh (imported illegally from China). This kind of crawfish was first imported for food a few years ago and quickly became popular. However, lots of scientists believe that the species could become a disaster for both agriculture and the ecosystem. The crawfish withstand environmental changes, so they are strong and reproduce quickly. They feed on almost all kinds of aquatic species and compete with local shrimp species for food. If they live with other native species in the same environment, it is possible that some local fish or shrimp species could disappear. Moreover, with their strong claws, they easily cut rice paddy stalks, eat young buds as well as dig in and destroy dykes. They could also spread diseases and viruses that could damage the crops.

Measures have been taken to protect the biodiversity and avoid bad impacts of crawfish on agricultural production. In 2013, Vietnam put crawfish on the list of foreign species that are banned from being imported. Then in 2018, all activities related to raising and distributing the creature are prohibited. People have to pay a fine of 100 million VND to 1 billion VND or even go to prison up to five years for importing and distributing this invasive species. However, controlling the trade in crawfish has been a difficult task, because it is usually smuggled into Vietnam in small quantities via minor border gates, such as in Lang Son or Lao Cai Province and is sold mainly by merchants via social networks.

Question 38. Red claw crawfish _______.

A. are doing harm to the Vietnamese ecosystems

B. have been imported into Vietnam for a long time

C. can be found mainly in the US and China

D. are only imported into Vietnam as live products

Question 39. The word “withstand” in the passage is CLOSEST in meaning to _______.

A. stop

B. damage

C. create

D. resist

Question 40. The red claw crawfish damage the biodiversity by _______.

A. killing local species with their strong claws

B. digging in the aquatic environment

C. competing against native creatures for food

D. spreading diseases that could damage other kinds of shrimps

Question 41. Vietnamese government has _______.

A. difficulty in managing the trade of crawfish

B. stopped crawfish from being imported on land

C. had a hard time avoiding bad impacts of crawfish on the economy

D. banned restaurants from having crawfish on the menu

Question 42. Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE according to the passage?

A. Crawfish eat a variety of animal and plant material.

B. Anyone doing business related to crawfish will be imprisoned.

C. China is the major exporter of crawfish to Vietnam.

D. A number of crawfish are still being purchased online.

Combine the sentences using the given words in brackets.

Question 43. It’s a good idea that the tourists help the locals clean up the beach. (SHOULD)

→ _____________________________________________________________.

Question 44. Marketing seems suitable for me, so does software engineering. (BOTH)

→ _____________________________________________________________.

Question 45. A wide variety of animals and plants has been living in Son Doong Cave. (HOME)

→ _____________________________________________________________.

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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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