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1 - c; 2 - d; 3 - d; 4 - b; 5 - d;

6 - d; 7 - b; 8 - d; 9 - d; 10 - d;


1 - d;

Question 2:

1 - a; 2 - b;

Question 3:

3 - b; 4 - d;

Question 4:

6 - a; 7 - c; 8 - a; 9 - c; 10 - b;

11 - d; 12 - d; 13 - d; 14 - b; 15 – d

Phòng Giáo dục và Đào tạo ...

Đề khảo sát chất lượng Học kì 2 Năm học 2021 - 2022

Môn: Tiếng Anh 11 Thời gian làm bài: 45 phút


You will hear a radio interview with a ballet dancer called Elena Karpov, who is talking about her life and career. For each question, choose the correct answer.

Question 1: How old is Elena?

A. 23 B. 32 C. 22

Question 2: Elena decided to become a dancer when she was A. seven.

B. eleven C. nine

Question 3: Elena won a place in the ballet school when she was A. twenty

B. nine C. eleven

Question 4: At ballet school in New York, Elena A. found learning the language hard.

B. was the only student from Bulgaria.

C. learned to be independent.

Question 5: What does Elena say about the ballet called Cinderella?

A. The music was unfamiliar to her.

B. Children will enjoy it.

C. She saw it when she was a child.

Question 6: How long did Elena spend going round London as a tourist?

A. a week B. three weeks C. two weeks

Question 7: In her free time, Elena likes to A. go to clubs.

B. go sightseeing.

C. go shopping.

Question 8: What does Elena often do for her fans?

A. She gives them a flower.

B. She sends them a free ticket.

C. She signs one of her photographs.

Question 9: How many times did she appear on TV in Bulgaria?

A. one B. two C. three

Question 10: What does Elena like best about her job?

A. appearing on television B. doing something she loves C. travelling to different countries PART TWO: MULTIPLE CHOICE

Choose the option that best completes each gap in the following passage

On December 21, 1968, the United States launched Apollo 8 from the Kennedy Space Center.

The astronauts on (13)..., Frank Borman, James Lovell and William Anders , were the first

humans to journey to the moon. They (14)... the moon ten times and sent television pictures of its surface back to the earth. On July 16, 1969 Apollo 11 was launched. Neil

Armstrong, Edwin Aldrin and Michael Collins went (15)...space with the lunar module, the Eagle, which would land on the moon. Six hours after a successful landing on the moon, Neil Armstrong was ready to leave the Eagle. He wore the special (16)... and heavy boots. He placed his foot on the moon's surface and said, "That 's one small step for man, one giant

(17)...for mankind"

Question 13:

A. space B. board C. ship D. deck

Question 14:

A. surrounded B. circle C. rounded D. orbited

Question 15:

A. to B. into C. up D. away

Question 16:

A. space-cloth B. space-suit C. space-wear D. space-outfit

Question 17:

A. walk B. jump C. skip D. leap

Read the text and choose the best answer (A, B, C or D)

Origami is a Japanese art of paper folding. Origami involves folding of paper to form different shapes like birds, animals, buildings, flowers, etc... The art of Origami requires patience and good memory for folding sequence. The sequence can be as simple as 2 folds or as sophisticated as 10 times of folds.

The word "Origami" is formed from "ori", meaning to fold, and "kami", meaning paper as well as God. Paper is believed to have been invented in China in 105 A.D. However, it was not until the 6th century that some Chinese monks carried paper to Japan.

Shortly after paper was available in Japan, Origami started to appear. During this time, Japanese Origami was only used for religious purposes because paper was expensive. Early Origami designs were mysterious symbols for different ceremonies. They were not used for hobby. Later on, when paper was much cheaper, it became more and more popular not only in Japan but also around the world.

The most important material used in Origami is obviously paper. Any paper that can be folded easily and holds a crease can be used. However, you should use the type that has different colors on each side. The paper also needs to be cut in a perfect square to achieve satisfying results. This is widely available in many shops around the world.

Question 18: The word "sophisticated" in the first paragraph has the closest meaning to:

A. ordinary B. difficul

C. easy D. common

Question 19: According to the text, which of the following sentences is NOT TRUE?

A. People believe that paper was invented in China.

B. The art of Origami comes from Japan.

C. You need to be patient to do Origami.

D. In Japan, Origami started as a popular hobby for many people.

Question 20: What is the best title for the passage?

A. The history of Origami B. The story of paper C. The art of Origami D. Origami paper

Question 21: When did Origami begin in Japan?

A. 105 AD

B. During the 6th century

C. When paper became much cheaper D. When paper was invented

Question 22: The word "This" in the last paragraph refers to:

A. Origami

B. the color of the paper

C. the type of paper you should use D. a square

Choose the correct answer (A, B, C or D) that best fits each space.

Question 26: It was a diamond ring that ____________ as a present for her wedding anniversary.

A. was bought B. were bought C. is buying D. bought

Question 27: You look really tired. You -______________ since yesterday, have you?

A. slept B. haven't slept C. didn't sleep D. have slept

Question 28: He is a professional pianist. He earns money by _____________ people singing with his piano.

A. joining B. playing C. practicing D. accompanying

Question 29: The winners of each event were presented with gold, silver and bronze ___________.

A. flags B. sheet C. medals D. banners

Question 30: __________ are very dense, warm and wet, are havens for millions of plants and animals.

A. Rain forests B. Rain forests, that C. Rain forests, which D. Rain forests, where

Question 31: Choose the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

In the basketball, two teams compete against each other to determine who can score the more points.

A. each other

B. more points C. In the basketball D. who

Question 32: ____________ borrowed some money from me for his new guitar.

A. It was Josh whom B. It is Josh whose C. Josh

D. It was Josh

Question 33: __________ energy uses natural resources of energy such as the sun, wind or water for power and fuel, rather than oil, coal or nuclear power.

A. Alternative B. Electricity C. Solar

D. Hydroelectricity

Question 34: After a _________ tragic accident, nobody knew precisely where the missing plane was.

A. exactly

B. immediately C. rarely

D. continually

Question 35: On July 21st, 1969, Neil Armstrong set his foot ____________ the moon surface.

A. into B. in C. at D. on

Question 36: I suggest asking Ramsey to cook for our anniversary. He is a very _____

accomplished chef.

A. completed B. skillful C. famous D. nice

Question 37: Choose the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

Overpopulation is a short way to lead to poor, illiteracy and social evils.

A. illiteracy B. Overpopulation C. short way

D. poor


Provide the correct word form of the word in brackets.

Question 41: Astronauts who are orbiting the Earth often experience sensations of ...(WEIGHT)

Question 42: He's fully... looking after three small children. (OCCUPY) Question 43: Menus offer a good ...of seafood. (VARY)

Question 44: Lack of exercises is also a risk factor for heart disease but it's...small when compared with the others. (RELATE)

Question 45: What makes it difficult for the communities to...peacefully? (EXIST) Finish the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one, beginning with the given words or phrases.

Question 46: "Don't make too much noise, children," he said.

→ He asked ...

Question 47: The man is a talented dancer. I spoke to him yesterday.