Olympic English test grade 11

Olympic English test grade 11

SECTION A: PHONETICS:

Question I: Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently: ( 5 points)

1. A. enable B. museum C. emotion D. encourage

2. A. thank B. eleventh C. without D. threaten

3. A. garlic B. garden C. garage D. garbage

4. A. chronic B. charge C. charity D. achievement

5. A. decision B. concerto C. concert D. recycle

Question II: Choose the word with the different stress pattern: ( 5 points)

6. A. incapable B. unselfish C. enthusiasm D. interest

7. A. experience B. embarrass C. floppy D. embrace

8. A. relation B. together C. successful D. celebrate

9. A. disaster B. provide C. overcome D. donate

10. A. eradicate B. minority C. campaign D. ethnic

 

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Olympic English Test
Grade 11
Đề chính thức
Time allowance: 120 minutes
Họ và tên :.
Lớp :.
Số báo danh: 
(Bài thi này gồm 7 trang. Thí sinh trực tiếp làm bài vào đề thi. Giám thị không giải thích gì thêm	).	Phần này là phách
Section A: Phonetics: 
Question I: Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently: ( 5 points)
1.
A.
enable
B.
museum	
C.
emotion
D.
encourage
2.
A.
thank
B.
eleventh
C.
without
D.
threaten
3.
A.
garlic
B.
garden
C.
garage
D.
garbage
4.
A.
chronic
B.
charge
C.
charity
D.
achievement
5.
A.
decision
B.
concerto
C.
concert
D.
recycle
Question II: Choose the word with the different stress pattern: ( 5 points)
6.
A.
incapable
B.
unselfish
C.
enthusiasm
D.
interest
7.
A.
experience
B.
embarrass
C.
floppy
D.
embrace
8.
A.
relation
B.
together
C.
successful
D.
celebrate
9.
A.
disaster
B.
provide
C.
overcome
D.
donate
10.
A.
eradicate
B.
minority
C.
campaign
D.
ethnic
* Answer:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Section B: vocabulary: 
Question III: Choose from options A, B, C or D one best answer: ( 5 points)
1.Reducing the gap between the rich and the poor is one of the main  facing the government.
A. urgencies	B. challenges	C. policies	D. measures
2. If you want to get a good result in every work, you should have a 
A. loyalty	B. sympathy	C. constancy	D. unselfishness
3. If someone has just moved into a new house, he or she will have a ..
A. ceremony	B. cerebration	C. party	D. house-warming
4. A situation in which people or organizations compete with each other to find out who is the best at something.
A. participation	B. competition	C. activity	D. performance
5. Connected with the natural head of rock deep in the ground.
A. geothermal	B. geological	C. natural gas	D. geographical
Question IV: Complete the sentences with the correct form of the words in the brackets. 
( 5 points)
6. A . is a person who climbs mountains as a sport or job. ( mountain )
7. At university, you have the .. to do what you want. ( free)
8. My parents have always . me in my choice of career. ( courage )
9. Electric devices help reduce fuel .and air pollution in gasoline enjines. ( consume)
10. The sun and all the nine planets and their moon, tens of thousands of asteroids and trillions of comets around the sun are in the .. system. ( sun ) 
* Answer:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6..
7...
8..
9..
10
Section C: Grammar 
Question V: Choose from options A, B, C or D one best answer: (15 points)
1. “ I’ve always wanted to be rich”.
A. He dreamed of being rich.
B. He said he wished for being rich.
C. He said he wished to be rich.
D. He was thinking of being rich.
2. Jim said that he broke the radio.
A. Jim denied breaking the radio.
B. Jim admitted breaking the radio.
C. Jim was accused of breaking the radio.
D. Jim apologised for breaking the radio.
3. If the ball .. the line, that would have been the end of the game.
A. would cross	B. will cross	C. had crossed	D. crossed
4. You can’t help  Sandra King.
A. like	B. liking	C. to like	D A and C
5. . that he was poor, I offered to pay his fare.
A. known	B. having known	C. knowing	D. knew
6. The police accused him of . fire to the building but he denied .. in the area on the night of the fire.
A. setting/ being	B. set/ be	C. setting/ having been	D. having set/ having been
 7. “ Don’t forget to ring me ”.
A. I advided David to ring me.
B. I reminded David to ring me.
C. I offered to be rung.
D. You promised to ring me.
8. They  small cups of coffee after they ..dinner.
A. had drunk/ finished	B. were drinking/ finihed
C. drank/ finished	D. drank/ had finished
9. Sarah has got an exam soon, so she  very hard at the moment.
A. works	B. was working	C. worked	D. is working
10. Jack, who want to make an impression on Mary, took her to an expensive restaurant.
A. Jack want to make an impression on Mary to take her to an expensive restaurant.
B. Jack, wanting to make an impression on Mary, took her to an expensive restaurant.
C. Jack want to making an impression on Mary to take her to an expensive restaurant.
D. Jack, wanted to make an impression on Mary, took her to an expensive restaurant.
11. The picture was very beautiful. She was looking at.
A. The picture at which she was looking was beautiful.
B. The picture at that she was looking at is beautiful.
C. The picture that she was looking was beautiful.
D. The picture which she was looking was beautiful.
12. We passed Harrods shops. Their windows were decorated for Christmas.
A.We passed Harrods shop, the windows of which were decorated for Christmas.
B.We passed Harrods shop, the windows of whose were decorated for Christmas.
C.We passed Harrods shop, which of the windows were decorated for Christmas.
D.We passed Harrods shop, that were decorated for Christmas.
13. I had him repair the roof yesterday.
A. I had the roof repaired yesterday.
B. I had had the roof to repair yesterday.
C.The roof was repaired yesterday by him.
D. I ask him to repair the roof yesterday.
14. They say that John is the brightest student in class.
A. John is said to being the brightest student in class.
B. John is said to be the brightest student in class.
C. It is said that John is the brightest student in class. 
D. Both B & C
15. I would rather . unemployed than .in that factory.
A. to be/ to work	B. be/ work	C. being/ work	D. being/ working
* Answer:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Question VI: Put the suitable preposition(s) in each of the following blanks (10 points)
1. We’re all very obliged  you
2. He’s quite careless  danger.
3. She’s very nervous  the new boss.
4. I’m faithful  my principle.
5. I’ve been so anxious  you.
6. This service is free  charge.
7. They went ahead contrary  my advice.
8. He was married  Sue for a day.
9. ................the devil and the deep blue sea.
10. Have a card................your sleeve.
* Answer:
1..	6..
2...	7..
3...	8..
4...	9.
5...	10
Section D: reading
Question VII: Choose the best options to complete the following passage. Write your answer in the answer sheet below. (0) has been done as an example. ( 15 points)
 	It is the nature of athletic records that they are broken and their place is taken by (0)others. Yet many in sports (1)., there is a mark which is not (2).. in itself, but which becomes a legend as athletes (3) to  break it. The most (4). of these is the attempt to run a mile in (5). than four minutes.
In 1945, the mile record was (6) .. to four minutes, 1.5 seconds. And there, for nine years, it stuck. Then, in 1954, a medical student (7).. Roger Bannister decided to try and break the record. He had been (8) .. for this day since running the mile in 4 minutes, 2 seconds the (9).year. Two other runners set the pace for him and (10)  250 yards to go he burst ahead for the  finish. He wrote (11)..: ‘ My body had exhausted all its energy, but it (12) on running the same.Those (13). few seconds seemed never-ending. I could see the line of the fishing tape like a man making a desperate attempt to save himself from danger.’ Bannister’s time was three minutes, 59.4 seconds. (14) . This record has been broken on many (15). since, Bannister’s achievement will never be forgotten.
Example: (0) A. others      	B. other      	C. one other  	 	D. another
1.   A. happenings   	B. events     	C. games    	D. matches
2.   A. central       	B. major       	C. significant   	D. considerable
3.   A. try       	B. try on     	C try out    	D try for
4.   A. known       	B. public     	C noticeable    	D famous
5.   A. smaller       	B. less          	C lower    	D under
6.   A. broken down    	B. lessened      	C decreased    	D brought down
7.   A. entitled       	B. called       	C nicknamed    	D known
8.   A. trying       	B. studying    	C running    	D training 
9.   A. early       	B. previous      	C past       	D. former
10. A. on        	B. in          	C with        	D after
11. A. afterwards    	B. then          	C next       	D first
12. A went       	B. continue     	 	C ran       	D got
13. A large       	B. late          	C latest    	D later
14. A But       	B. In spite of      	C However   	D Although
15. A times       	B. opportunities   	C occasions   	D incidents
* Answer:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Question VIII: Read the text and answer the questions below ( 10 points)
Air, water, and soil are necessary to the survival of all living things. Badly polluted air can cause illness, and even death. Polluted water kills fish and other marine life. Pollution of the soil reduces the amount of land that is available for growing food. The pollution problem is very complicated because much pollution is caused by things that benefit people. For example, exhaust from automobiles causes a large percentage of air pollution. But the automobiles provides transportation for millions of people. Factories discharge much of the material that pollutes the air and water, but factories give employment to a large number of people. Thus, to end or greatly reduce pollution immediately, people would have to stop using many things that benefit them. Pollution can be gradually reduced in several ways. Scientists and engineers can work to find ways to lessen the amount of pollution that such things as automobiles and factories cause. Governments can pass and enforce laws that require businesses and individuals to stop, or to cut down on certain polluting activities. 
Questions:
1. What is necessary for the survival of all living things?
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2. What can polluted water and soil cause?
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3. What causes a large percentage of air pollution? 
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4. Who can work to find ways to end or to reduce pollution immediately?
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5. How can governments control pollution?
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Section E: Writing
Question IX: Rewrite the following sentences (10 points)
1. Her many friends gave her encouragement. I like to be considered among them. (use relative clause with preposition)
- ...........................................................................................................................................................
2. He met the man who taught him how to drive. (use participles)
- ...........................................................................................................................................................
3. The first man who was interviewed was entirely unsuitable. (use to infinitive)
- ...........................................................................................................................................................
4. The boy who was injured in the accident was taken to the hospital. (use participles)
- ...........................................................................................................................................................
5. Is there any place for us to stay tonight? (use relative clause)
- ........................................................................................................................................................
 Question X: Choose the most appropriate way of arranging these following words so that they form a meaningful sentences by circling A, B, C or D. ( 10 points )
 1. the staff/ help / me/ send the money / very helpful and courteous.
A. The staff helped me to send the money were very helpful and courteous.
B. The staff that helped me to send the money which were very helpful and courteous.
C. The staff whom helped me to send the money they were very helpful and courteous.
D. The staff that helped me to send the money were very helpful and courteous.
2. I / satisfied / the service / Thanh Ba post office.
A. I was satisfied with the service of Thanh Ba post office.
B. So that, I was satisfied with the service of Thanh Ba post office.
C. Nevertheless, I was satisfied with the service of Thanh Ba post office.
D. I was satisfied with the service of which Thanh Ba post office.
3. I / write / express / some ideas / the service of your post office.
A. I wrote to express some ideas on which the services of your post office.
B. I have written to express some ideas on the services which is of your post office.
C. I am writing to express some ideas on the services of which is your post office.
D. I am writing to express some ideas on the services of your post office.
4. Denali National Park / the central mountains of Alaska.
A. Denali National Park, which is in the central mountains of Alaska.
B. Denali National Park that is in the central mountains of Alaska.
C. Denali National Park, where is in the central mountains of Alaska.
D. Denali National Park is in the central mountains of Alaska.
5. the park / one of America’s greatest wildness areas.
A. It is that the park one of America’s greatest wildness areas.
B. The park which is one of America’s greatest wildness areas.
C. It is the park one of America’s greatest wildness areas.
D. The park is one of America’s greatest wildness areas.
6. wind farms / generate up to 7% / U.S electricity / in 15 years.
A. Wind farms which are generated up to 7% of U.S electricity in 15 years.
B. Wind farms generating up to 7% of U.S electricity in 15 years.
C. Wind farms to generate up to 7% of U.S electricity in 15 years.
D. Wind farms can generate up to 7% of U.S electricity in 15 years.
7. wind powered turbines / produce / 11.605 megawatts of electricity / the United State / 2006.
A. Wind powered turbines producing 11.605 megawatts of electricity in the United States in 2006.
B. Wind powered turbines which produced 11.605 megawatts of electricity in the United States in 2006.
C. Wind powered turbines produces 11.605 megawatts of electricity in the United States in 2006.
D. Wind powered turbines that produces 11.605 megawatts of electricity in the United States in 2006.
 8. farmers / not use fertilizers and pesticides carelessly.
A. Farmers should not use fertilizers and pesticides carelessly.
B. Farmers, they should not use fertilizers and pesticides carelessly.
C. Farmers, they do not use fertilizers and pesticides carelessly.
A. Farmers whom should not use fertilizers and pesticides carelessly.
9. the Royal National Park / located / 29 km south / Sydney.
A. The Royal National Park located 29 km south of Sydney.
B. The Royal National Park locating 29 km south of Sydney.
C. The Royal National Park is that locates 29 km south of Sydney.
D. The Royal National Park is located 29 km south of Sydney.
10. everybody / take part in / solve / the environmental pollution problem.
A. Everybody can take part in to solve the environmental pollution problem.
B. Everybody that can take part in solving the environmental pollution problem. 
C. Everybody can take part in solving the environmental pollution problem.
D. Everybody whose can take part in solving the environmental pollution problem.
* Answer:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Question XI : Error correction (10 points)
Identify the one underlined word or phrase that must be changed in order for the sentence to be correct.
1. Baseball is the only sport in which I am interested in. 
 a b c d 
2. I can assure you that John is a man who you can absolutely depend in.
 a b c d
3. My sister has two children, who their names are Ali and Tally.
 a b c d
4. I would like to write about several problems which I have faced them since I came to United States.
 a b c d
5. If you need any information, see the librarian sits at the central desk on the second floor.
 a b c d
6. On the wall, there is a colorful poster which consists of a group of young people who dancing.
 a b c d 
7. When we walked pass theater, there were a lot of people waited in a long line outside the box office.
 a b c d
8. It’s important to be polite to people who lives in the same building.
 a b c d
9. The fence surrounded our house is made of wood.
 a b c d
10. Parents who children are in college are working longer hours to pay their tuition.
 a b c d
* Answer:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Answer keys
Section A: Phonetics (10 points)
Question I & II:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
B
C
C
A
B
D
C
D
C
D
Section B: Vocabulary ( 10 points)
Question III & IV:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
B
C
D
B
A
6. mountaineer	9. comsumption
7. freedom	10. solar
8. encouraged
Section C: Grammar 
Question V: (15 points)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
A
B
C
B
C
C
B
D
D
B
A
A
A
D
B
Question VI: (10 points)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
To
About
(of)
About (of)
To
About (for)
Of
To
To
Between
up
Section D: Reading 
Question VII: (15 points)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
B
C
A
B
B
A
B
D
B
B
A
A
A
D
C
Question VIII: Answer the questions: (10 points)
1. Air, water, and soil are necessary to the survival of all living things. 
2. Badly polluted air can cause illness, and even death. Polluted water kills fish and other marine life. Pollution of the soil reduces the amount of land that is available for growing food
3. Exhaust from automobiles causes a large percentage of air pollution .
4. Scientists and engineers can work to find ways to lessen the amount of pollution that such things as automobiles and factories cause. 
5. Governments can pass and enforce laws that require businesses and individuals to stop, or to cut down on certain polluting activities. 
Section E : Writing:
Question IX: Rewrite the sentences: (10 points)
1. Her many friends among whom I like to be considered gave her encouragement. 
2. He met the man teaching him how to drive. 
3. The first man to be interviewed was entirely unsuitable. 
4. The boy injured in the accident was taken to the hospital. 
5. Is there any place where we can stay tonight? 
Question X: (10 points)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
D
a
C
d
d
d
C
a
d
c
Question XI: Error correction ( 10 points)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
d
d
c
c
c
d
C
c
b
a
Total: 100 points

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