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ĐỀ KIỂM TRA ĐỊNH KÌ LẦN 1 NĂM HỌC 2021-2022 Môn thi: Tiếng Anh 11 Dành cho các lớp cận chuyên
Thời gian làm bài: 90 phút (80 câu trắc nghiệm)
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Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions from 1 to 20.
Question 1: You won’t leave me, ________?
A. do you B. won’t you C. am I D. will you
Question 2: If you didn’t have to leave today, I________ you around the city.
A. will show B. would show C. showed D. have shown
Question 3: She hurt herself while she________ hide-and-seek with her friends.
A. played B. is playing C. was playing D. had played Question 4: ________ his denial, we knew that he was guilty.
A. Despite B. In spite C. Because of D. Because
Question 5: His choice of future career is quite similar________ mine.
A. to B. at C. for D. with
Question 6: ________high school, Nam attended a university in the city centre.
A. To finish B. To have finished C. Having finished D. Having been finished Question 7: ________ we all look for.
A. That happiness B. Happiness it is C. Happiness it is that D. It is happiness that Question 8: I remembered________up in that house with my brothers and sisters.
A. to growing B. grow C. growing D. to grow
Question 9: _______, I will give him the report.
A. When he will return B. When he returns C. Until he will return D. No sooner he returns Question 10: These books________ to us by the teacher.
A. recommended B. was being recommended
C. were recommended D. have recommended
Question 11: Mom is making ________ cake.
A. a round chocolate delicious B. chocolate delicious a round C. round a chocolate celicious D. a delicious round chocolate Question 12: ―________ attention to what I have to say,‖ ordered the Queen.
A. Make B. Pay C. Shoot D. Keep
Question 13: Conflicts sometimes do happen but we sit together and discuss the problems so that we can have mutual _________.
A. opinion B. respect C. feeling D. understanding
Question 14: Effective ________ skills help you break each project down into the achievable tasks.
A. time-management B. time-consuming C. time-line D. time-keeping Question 15: I was ________ to recognize that I could work more effectively with my time log.
A. amazed B. fond C. determined D. willing
Question 16: People all over the world are________ to fight against COVID-19 epidemic.
A. step on step B. hand in hand C. separated D. hand over hand Question 17: Ha Long Bay is always a tourist ________ when summer comes.
A. attract B. attractive C. attraction D. attractiveness Question 18: They escaped from the smoke-filled house just in the ________ of time.
A. moment B. course C. nick D. fullness
Question 19: ―What a surprise! I wasn’t expecting to ________ you here at this hospital,‖ said Vivien.
A. run up B. run down C. run into D. run off
Question 20: In the small court, the witness ________ that he would tell the truth.
A. swore B. wondered C. reported D. promised
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 questions from 21 to 25.
Question 21: A. happen B. defeat C. attack D. believe Question 22: A. police B. people C. machine D. canal Question 23: A. familiar B. impatient C. arrogant D. uncertain Question 24: A. dinosaur B. elephant C. buffalo D. mosquito Question 25: A. specify B. interact C. illustrate D. fertilize
Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in the meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions from 26 to 28.
Question 26: Many women prefer to use cosmetics to enhance their beauty and make them look younger.
A. maximize B. improve C. enrich D. worsen
Question 27: Economically disadvantaged students often drop out of school, choosing a low- paying job to earn money.
A. accept B. leave C. reject D. attend
Question 28: We are looking for camp helpers who are hard-working, energetic, and able to organise activities for young children.
A. active B. dynamic C. reluctant D. passive
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 29 to 35.
Smallpox was the first widespread disease to be eliminated by human intervention. Known as a highly contagious viral disease, it broke out in Europe, causing the deaths of millions of people until the vaccination was invented by Edward Jenner around 1800. In many nations, it was a terror, a fatal disease until very recently. Its victims suffer high fever, vomiting and painful, itchy, pustules that left scars. In villages and cities all over the world, people were worried about suffering smallpox.
In May 1966, the World Health Organization (WHO), an agency of the United Nations was authorized to initiate a global campaign to eradicate smallpox. The goal was to eliminate the disease in one decade. At the time, the disease posed a serious threat to people in more than thirty nations.
Because similar projects for malaria and yellow fever had failed, few believed that smallpox could actually be eradicated but eleven years after the initial organization of the campaign, no cases were reported in the field. The strategy was not only to provide mass vaccinations but also to isolate patients with active smallpox in order to contain the spread of the disease and to break the chain of human transmission. Rewards for reporting smallpox assisted in motivating the public to aid health workers.
One by one, each small-pox victim was sought out, removed from contact with others and treated. At the same time, the entire village where the victim had lived was vaccinated.
By April of 1978 WHO officials announced that they had isolated the last known case of the disease but health workers continued to search for new cases for additional years to be completely sure.
In May 1980, a formal statement was made to the global community. Today smallpox is no longer a threat to humanity. Routine vaccinations have been stopped worldwide.
Question 29: What is the main idea of the passage?
A. The Eradication of smallpox B. The World Organization C. Infectious disease D. Smallpox vaccinations
Question 30: According to the passage, what was the strategy used to eliminate the spread of smallpox?
A. treatment of individual victims B. extensive reporting of outbreak
C. vaccinations of entire villages D. isolation of victims and mass vaccinations Question 31: How was the public motivated to help the health workers?
A. by rewarding them for reporting cases B. by isolating them from others C. by educating them D. by giving them vaccination Question 32: The word ―they‖ refers to_____________.
A. victims B. health workers C. cases D. officials
Question 33: The word ―isolated‖ is closet in meaning to____________.
A. attended B. located C. separated D. restored
Question 34: According to the passage, which of the following is NOT true about smallpox?
A. Previous projects had failed.
B. The World Health Organization mounted a worldwide campaign to eradicate the disease.
C. It was a serious threat.
D. People are no longer vaccinated for it.
Question 35: What can be inferred from this passage?
A. Smallpox victims no longer die when they contact the disease.
B. Smallpox is not transmitted from one person to another.
C. Yellow fever have been reported this year.
D. No new cases of smallpox have been reported this year.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions from 36 to 43.
THE GREAT ENGERY DEBATE
Modern civilization is heavily dependent on energy. Without reliable power sources, we couldn’t operate machines, use transportation, communicate via the Internet, or do many other things.
Although everyone recognizes the importance of energy, deciding what kind of energy the world should use in the future is not a simple task. The two leading candidates for this role are green energy and nuclear energy.
Currently, most of the energy we use is derived from fossil fuels. Although this energy source has got us this far, there are several problems with it. For starters, it is a finite resource which is quickly running out. Some analysts have even estimated that the Earth could run out of coal and oil within the next 50 years. Burning fossil fuels also creates large amount of pollution, which is harmful to the environment. Although fossil fuels still provide the majority of our power, governments are seeking better energy sources to use going forward.
Green energy is one option that is becoming increasingly attractive. It includes technologies such as solar, wind, and hydro power. These are seen as clean sources of energy because they cause very little pollution. In addition, they are completely renewable, so there is no danger that it will run out. The major disadvantage with green energy sources is that they are not cheap.
The other alternative is nuclear power. Like green energy, it is also a renewable source of power that will not run out, and it also doesn’t produce air pollution. In addition, nuclear power is more reliable than green energy, as it doesn’t depend on sunshine, rain, or wind to operate. The major issues with nuclear power are safety concerns and nuclear waste. Nuclear power plants create a considerable amount of nuclear waste which is extremely hazardous to people’s health. If they happen to have a meltdown, this could destroy the surrounding area for years to come.
The recent nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Japan brought this reality into the spotlight once again. In response, Germany announced it would close down eight of its nuclear plants immediately, and close the rest by 2022. Meanwhile, other nations refuse to give up on nuclear power, stating that these disasters are rare. The debate of whether to use green or nuclear power will likely continue for some time. In the end, it is quite possible that both energy sources will be used to fuel our planet.
Question 36: What is the focus of the passage?
A. Comparing future energy solutions B. Why energy is important
C. The energy sources used in the past D. Discussing how disasters affect power sources Question 37: What is the major problem with using fossil fuels?
A. They don’t generate lots of energy. B. They can often cause earthquakes.
C. They are too costly at the moment. D. They won’t be available for much longer.
Question 38: What is the main problem with green energy?
A. It won’t work at all in many nations. B. It costs more money than other solutions.
C. It creates lots of pollution. D. No one is interested in using it.
Question 39: The word ―these‖ in paragraph 3 refers to _________.
A. generation of electricity B. seeking greener energy
C. cheap energy D. alternative energy
Question 40: Which of the following is a benefit of nuclear energy?
A. It is extremely safe. B. It is free for everyone.
C. It works no matter what the weather is like. D. It doesn’t create any waste.
Question 41: What does the author think is the most likely energy solution for the future?
A. Fossil fuels will continue to be the best choice.
B. People will all eventually support green energy.
C. A mix of different energy sources will be the answer.
D. Nuclear energy probably makes the most sense.
Question 42: The word ―spotlight‖ in paragraph 5 is closest in meaning to _________.
A. attention B. concern C. area of light D. danger Question 43: It can be inferred from the passage that _________.
A. nuclear energy is renewable because it can be replenished B. nuclear power is more expensive than other sources
C. the nuclear disaster in Fukushima made other countries give up on nuclear power.
D. nations have different viewpoints about the utility of nuclear power
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges from 44 to 45.
Question 44: Julia and Phoebe is talking about Peter.
- Julia: ―Peter was born and brought up in Hastings and he must know it very well.‖
- Phoebe: ―______. He even couldn’t tell me where to have some street food there.‖
A. I can’t agree with you more B. I'm of the opposite opinion C. I don't think that's a good idea D. You must be right
Question 45: Jane had difficulty carrying her suitcase upstairs, and Mike, her friend, offered to help.
– Mike: ―Need a hand with your suitcase, Jane?‖ – Jane: ―______‖
A. Well done! B. I don’t believe it.
C. That’s very kind of you. D. Not a chance.
Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 46 to 55.
In this age of advanced telephone networks and electronic mail, it seems that (46)_________ and even fewer people are taking time to sit down and write letters to friends and relatives. For hundreds (47)________ years, letters were the only way to keep in contact with people (48)_________were any distance away and letter-writing was seen as an important skill for all learned people (49)_________.
Gradually, (50)_________, the importance of writing letters is decreasing to a point that majority of us have to (51)_________a special effort to turn out something worthwhile when we apply for a job or make a complaint. In business circles, the tendency is for routine communications to become shorter. (52)_________ clients may appreciate a detailed letter, an employee who sends out long letters is often regarded as (53)_________. Many people prefer the telephone in all circumstances and its speed is essential in many situations but how often have you put (54)_________telephone down, dissatisfied with what you have managed to say? I don’t think I’ll throw my (55)_________ away yet.
Question 46: A. less B. fewer C. few D. least
Question 47: A. from B. to C. with D. of
Question 48: A. who B. to whom C. Ø D. whom
Question 49: A. to be mastered B. mastered C. to master D. mastering Question 50: A. in short B. however C. therefore D. for example Question 51: A. create B. cause C. make D. do
Question 52: A. However B. Even though C. Despite D. As though Question 53: A. inefficient B. unusual C. impossible D. unimportant
Question 54: A. an B. Ø C. the D. a Question 55: A. telephone B. pen C. letter D. effort
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 questions from 56 to 60.
Question 56: A. speeds B. dates C. days D. bags Question 57: A. stopped B. wanted C. waited D. needed Question 58: A. student B. statue C. stupor D. studio Question 59: A. church B. school C. cheese D. child Question 60: A. though B. noun C. found D. proud
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is CLOSEST in meaning to the sentence given in each of the following questions from 61 to 65.
Question 61: No one has seen Linda since the day of the party.
A. Linda has not been seen since the day of the party.
B. Linda has been seen since the day of the party.
C. Linda wasn’t seen since the day of the party.
D. Linda was seen since the day of the party.
Question 62: ―Would you like to come out to dinner with me tonight, Jenny?‖ Paul said.
A. Paul suggested that Jenny go out to dinner with him that night.
B. Paul insisted on Jenny going out to dinner with him that night.
C. Pau offered Jenny to go out to dinner with him that night.
D. Paul invited Jenny to go out to dinner with him that night.
Question 63: Israel, India and Pakistan are generally believed to have nuclear weapons.
A. It is generally believed that Israel, India and Pakistan have nuclear weapons.
B. They believed that Israel, India and Pakistan should have nuclear weapons.
C. It generally believes that Israel, India and Pakistan have nuclear weapons.
D. There’s a general belief that that Israel, India and Pakistan should have nuclear weapons.
Question 64: It is unnecessary for you to finish the report until tomorrow afternoon.
A. You have to finish the report until tomorrow afternoon.
B. You may finish the report after tomorrow afternoon.
C. You should finish the report until tomorrow afternoon.
D. You needn’t finish the report until tomorrow afternoon.
Question 65: Fansipan is the highest mountain in the Indochinese Peninsula.
A. There are some mountains in the Indochinese Peninsula higher than Fansipan.
B. The Indochinese Peninsula includes one of the highest mountains on earth.
C. No mountains in the Indochinese Peninsula are higher than Fansipan.
D. The highest mountain in the Indochinese Peninsula is exclusive Fansipan.
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions from 66 to 72.
Question 66: She is among the few who wants to quit smoking instead of cutting down.
A. cutting down B. smoking C. wants D. among
Question 67: The milk in the fridge smells awfully, so you shouldn’t drink it.
A. shouldn’t B. awfully C. so D. The
Question 68: Some students suppose to read all the questions carefully and find out the answer to them.
A. all the questions B. suppose C. them D. out
Question 69: Chemical engineering is based on the principles of physics, chemists, and mathematics.
A. chemists B. mathematics C. principles D. on
Question 70: The detailed study of fossil, rather like a crime investigation, it involves the piecing together of many diverse fragments of evidence.
A. detailed study B. it C. of many diverse D. the piecing
Question 71: The whole matter is farther complicated by the fact that Amanda and Jo refuse to speak to each other.
A. the fact that B. The whole C. farther D. to each other
Question 72: Almost the electricity for industrial use comes from large generators driven by steam turbines.
A. driven by B. large generators C. industrial use D. Almost
Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is CLOSEST in meaning to the sentence given in each of the following questions from 73 to 75.
Question 73: My mother mistakenly believes that my fashion style breaks the norm of society.
A. routine B. barrier C. rule D. conflict
Question 74: Those whose income has increased over a 10-year period are not happier than those whose income is stagnant.
A. energetic B. constant C. stable D. sluggish
Question 75: Flats which are both comfortable and reasonably priced are few and far between in the current context of economic crisis.
A. non-existent B. uncommon C. non-standard D. unusual
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 from 76 to 80.
Question 76: She made many mistakes in her work. Therefore, she was dismissed after the period of probation.
A. If she didn’t make many mistakes in her work, she would not be dismissed after the period of probation.
B. If she didn’t have many mistakes in her work, she would not have been dismissed after the period of probation.
C. If she hadn’t made many mistakes in her work, she would not be dismissed after the period of probation.
D. If she hadn’t made many mistakes in her work, she would not have been dismissed after the period of probation.
Question 77: Seth informed us of his retirement from the company. He did it when arriving at the meeting.
A. No sooner had Seth arrived at the meeting than we were told about his leaving the company.
B. Not until Seth said to us that he would leave the company did he turn up at the meeting.
C. Hardly had Seth notified us of his retiring from the company when he arrived at the meeting.
D. Only after his retiring from the company did Seth tell us about his arrival at the meeting.
Question 78: George graduated with a good degree. However, he joined the ranks of the unemployed.
A. That George graduated with a good degree helped him join the ranks of the unemployed.
B. If George graduated with a good degree, he would join the ranks of the unemployed.
C. George joined the ranks of the unemployed because he graduated with a good degree.
D. Although George graduated with a good degree, he joined the ranks of the unemployed.
Question 79: Tina does not want to become a lawyer. She wants to become a counselor.
A. It is Tina who want to become a counselor not a lawyer.
B. It is a counselor, not a lawyer that Tina wants to become.
C. It is Tina who wants to become a lawyer not a counselor.
D. It is a lawyer, not a counselor that Tina wants to become.
Question 80: She was the first woman in the Philippines. She was elected as the president of the country.
A. She was the first woman who is elected as the president of the Philippines.
B. She was the first woman being elected as the president of the Philippines.
C. She was the first woman to be elected as the president of the Philippines.
D. She was the first woman elected as the president of the Philippines.—
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