Ôn tập môn Anh văn 11 - Unit 1 đến unit 16

Ôn tập môn Anh văn 11 - Unit 1 đến unit 16

I. Write the word so that /I/ becomes /i:/ and vice versa.

 /i/ /i:/

1. rich reach

2. peak

3. hit .

4. . beat

5. rid .

6. . sheep

7. live .

8. seek

9. sin .

10. chip .

II. Match the italicized verbs in column A with their meanings in column B.

 A B

1. When did the plane take off? a. building

2. The thieves ran away when the burglar alarm went off. b. move downward

3. Let's take a break. We'll goon when you are ready c. made stop burning

4. Could you get me up early tomorrow? d. leave the ground

5. She laughed and chatted happily with other women e. talked in a friendly way

6. Did anyone see Sue getting on the bus? f. stopped

7. Suddenly the plane seemed to dip. g. getting into

8. I've given up trying to understand her. h. get out of bed

9. We had trouble putting up the tent in the dark. i. continue

10. Fire fighters soon put out the fire. j. rang,

 

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UNIT 1 	A DAY IN THE LIFE OF ...
I. Write the word so that /I/ becomes /i:/ and vice versa.
	/i/	/i:/
1. rich	reach 
2...................	peak
hit	...................
..............	beat
rid	.........................	
6. ............	 sheep
7. live	....................
8...............	seek
sin	.....................
chip	......................
II. Match the italicized verbs in column A with their meanings in column B.
 	A	B
When did the plane take off? 	a. building
2. The thieves ran away when the burglar alarm went off.	b. move downward
3. Let's take a break. We'll goon when you are ready	c. made stop burning
4. Could you get me up early tomorrow?	d. leave the ground
5. She laughed and chatted happily with other women	e. talked in a friendly way
6. Did anyone see Sue getting on the bus?	f. stopped
7. Suddenly the plane seemed to dip. 	g. getting into
8. I've given up trying to understand her.	h. get out of bed
9. We had trouble putting up the tent in the dark.	i. continue
10. Fire fighters soon put out the fire.	j. rang,
III. Complete the passage with the correct form of the verb in the brackets.
	There (1)...............(be) three adults and two children in the Bartons. The children are Ben, aged twelve, and little Stella, who is four. Their parents are Andrew and Marion. The other adult is Leslie, who is Andrew's brother. He is twenty-four. They (2)........... (live) in Newcastle, a large city in the north east of England.
	On weekday mornings, everyone (3)............(get up) early. Andrew Barton 4).............. (work) for a company which (5).............. (manufacture) computers. He (6)............... (leave) at seven o'clock. He (7)............ (like) to avoid the rush hour, he says. Marion (8)............ (suspect) that really he wants to avoid having breakfast with the children, who (9)............. (be) very noisy.
	Ben (10)............... (catch) the school bus at eight-fifteen. Leslie (11).............. (be) at university, studying physics. He lives away from home during term-time, so he (12)............. (avoid) the noise, too. 
Stella (13)............ (not go) to school yet, of course. Next year, she (14)............... (start) at the nursery school where Ben used to go. Her mother (15)................. (look) forward to this. as it will mean that she can go back to work. Before her marriage, she (16).............. (live) in London, where she (17)....................(work) for the National Gallery. She (18)............... (hope) to find the same sort of job in Newcastle.
IV. Complete the conversation. Put in the past simple form of the verbs.
Claire	: (1)................................... (you/ have) a nice weekend in Paris?
Mark	: Yes, thanks. It (2).................. (be) good. We (3)........................ (look) around and then we (4)................ (see) a show. We (5) .....................(not/ try) to do too much.
Claire 	: What sights (6)...............................(you/ see)?
Mark	: We had a look round the Louvre. I (7) .................... (not/ know) there was so much in there.
Claire	: And what show (8)........................ (you/ go) to?
Mark 	: Oh, a musical. I forget the name. I (9).................... (not/ like) it.
Claire	: Oh dear. And (10)........................ (Sarah/ enjoy) it?
Mark	: No. not really. But we (11).....................(enjoy) the weekend. Sarah did some shopping, too, but I (12)................ (not want) to go shopping.
V. Complete the sentences. Put the verb into the correct form.
Trees................more quickly in summer than in winter. (grow)
'Shall I phone at 6:00?' `No, I...............................dinner at that time. (normally/ cook)
We	.....................at about 7:00. Couldn't you come an hour later? (usually/ get up)
In 1788 he............................his last great work in Vienna. (write)
5. She............................at Kennedy Airport at 2 o'clock this morning. (arrive)
6. I refuse to believe that he.......................	the car was stolen. (not know)
7. ‘How are you getting on with the book?' At the moment I ............... chapter four. (read)
My mother................. all the doors and windows before she goes to bed. (lock)
I ....................away most of my old books when 1 moved house. (throw)
Scientists.........................some fundamental discoveries in the 18th century. (make)
Alice ...................... her mother in London most weekends. (see)
'What's that terrible noise?' `The neighbors..........................a party.' (have)
At the start of his career, Cousteau..................the aqualung, opening the oceans to explorers, scientists, and leisure divers. (invent)
................. durian when you lived in Malaysia? (ever/ eat)
Both ancient and recent records show that farmers......................... long hours.(work)
VI. Choose the correct verb form.
1. I'd like to borrow this book. ..................................it yet?
	a. Did you read	b. Had you read	c. Have you read 	d. Do you read
2. We........................ in this town for a long time. We....................here sixteen years ago.
	a. had been/ come 	b. have been/ came	 c. were/ came 	d. are! came
3. No breakfast for Mark, thanks. He..........................breakfast.
	a. hasn't eaten	b. didn't eat	c. isn't eating	d. doesn't eat
4. The news came as no surprise to me. I................... for some time that the
	factory was likely to close.
	a. knew	b. had known	c. have known 	d. know
Fish were among the earliest forms of life. Fish......................on earth for ages and ages.
	a. existed	b. are existing	c. have existed 	d. exist
Glenda ..................... extremely hard when she was a student.
	a. worked	b. has worked	c. was working 	d. had been worked
7. The World War II .............. in 1939 and ...................in 1945.
	a. begins/ ends	b. had begun/ ended
	c. has begun/ had ended	d. began/ ended
8. I..............at the checkout when I ................... a strange-looking man.
	a. waited/ noticed	b. was waiting/ noticed
	c. waited/ was noticing	d. was waiting/ had noticed
9. According to the research reports, people usually..................in their sleep 25 to 30 times each night.
	a. turn	b. are turning	c. have turned	d. turned.	.
10. Homestead High School's football team.......................a championship until last season.
	a. has never won	b. had never been winning
	c. is never winning	d. had never won
VII. Complete the conversations using the words in brackets. Put the adverbs in the best place.
1. 	A: Did you know the man who tried to steal your bag?
	B: No, but I .................... him again. (certainly/ recognize / would)
2. 	A: That was a goal, wasn't it?
	B: Yes, the ball .................. the line. (clearly/crossed)
3. 	A: The weather is a lot better today.
	B: It said on the radio it .............. later. (probe/ rain/ will)
4. 	A: How do we get to Mike's place?
	B: I don't know. I ..................... the directions. (didn't/ fully / understand)
5. 	A: It's quiet here today, isn't it?
	B: Yes, the neighbors ............. cut on a Sunday. (usually/are)
6. 	A: Have you been to this place before?
	B: Yes, I .............. as a child. (it/ occasionally/visited)
7. 	A: Did the computers crash this morning?
	B: Yes. but they............... main. (soon/ were/working)
8. A: Your friend's late. Vicky.
	B: Rachel...............that we arranged to go out. (forgotten/ has/ obviously)
9. 	A: Do you know them?
	B: Yes, they live in the same street as me but I ............... to them. (never/ have/ spoken)
10. A: Have you finished your homework yet?
	B: Yes, I have. But I.................homework. (hate/really)
VIII. Are the adverbs in the right position or not? If they are correct, put a tick. If they are not, write the correct answer.
1. He sings always when he's having a shower.	..........................................
2. I just have bought a new car.	..........................................
Normally, we don't worry if the children are	..........................................
	late home from school.
4. He speaks fluently five languages.	.........................................
5. Jenny has been appointed recently Professor of Nursing.	.........................................
6. I was totally unprepared for the news.	..........................................
7. The traffic isn't usually as bad as it was this morning.	.........................................
8. He had been to London never before.	.........................................
9. Susan became soon bored with the new toys.	..........................................
10. John frequently was away from home in his new job.	..........................................
11. They are at home these days hardly ever.	..........................................
12. I could never understand why he got so annoyed.	..........................................
13. We had been already given three leaving presents.	.........................................
14. Being alone brought her usually a sense of peace.	.........................................
15. Jim never phones me. I have always to phone him.	.........................................
IX. Read the passage, then choose the correct completion.
Last year 1 went to Nepal for three months to York in a hospital. When the hospital let me have a few days' holiday, 1 decided to go into the jungle and I asked a Nepalese guide, Kamal Rai, to go with me. In the jungle there was a lot of wildlife, but we were trying to find big cats, especially tigers. We climbed onto the elephants' backs to get better view, but it is unusual to find tigers in the afternoon because they sleep in the heat o the day. Then, in the distance, we saw a tiger, and Kamal told me to be very quiet. We crept nearer and found a dead deer. still bleeding. This was the tiger's lunch! Suddenly. I started to feel very frightened.
We heard the tiger a second before we saw it. It jumped out like a flash of lightning, five hundred kilos plus and four. meters long. I looked into its eyes and face, and saw right down the animal's throat. It grabbed Kornal's between its teeth, but I managed to pull Kamal away. One of our elephants ran at the tiger and made it go back into the grass, so we quickly escaped to let the tiger cat its lunch. That night it was impossible to sleep!
1. The writer went to Nepal ..................................
	a. for holiday	b. for treatment	c. for business 	d. on a visit 
2. When having a few days off, he decided to go into............
	a. the remote villages	b. the mountains
	c. the seaside	d. the tropical forest
3. He wanted to see.....................
	a. wildcats	b. tigers	c. wildlife	 d. wild animals
4. He felt very frightened when...............................
	a. he saw a tiger	b. he saw the tiger's lunch a. chat
	c. he crept nearer	d. he found a deer
5. The tiger ....... ... of Municipal Military Administrative Committee. In December 1975, the palace was the venue of a consultative conference for national reunification. To mark the historical significance of that event, the building was renamed Reunification Conference Hall.
46. Reunification Conference Hall ...............................	
a. is also called Norodom Palace.
b. is on the ground of Norodom Palace.
c. was built in 1873.
d. was a residence of the French Governor General of Cochin china.
47. What happened to the original structure?.
a. It was named the Independence Palace.
b. It was designed by architect Ngo Viet Thu.
c. It was demolish ad by a dissident of the Diem regime.
d. It was heavily damaged by an air bombarrnenta
48. According to the passage, .....................	
 a. The Independence Palace witnessed the collapse of the government of South Viet Nam on 30 April 1975.
b, The Independence Palace was built by the army.
c. The Independence Palace used to be the place from which military action was controlled.
d. All are correct.
The word 'overran" in line 10 means .............................	
	a. occupied	b. passed	c. approached	d. attacked
Which of the following is not true?
a. The Independence Palace used to be the president's home.
b. After 1975, the Independence Palace was renamed Reunification Conference Hall.
c. The US-backed government of South Viet Nam surrendered without conditions
d. Reunification Conference Hall marked the historical significance of the liberation of Sai Gon.
THE SECOND-SEMESTER EXAMINATION
Time allowed: 60 minutes
I. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently frig that of the others
a. look	b. good	c. soon	d. foot
a. ask	b. angry	c. bad	d. hat
a. they	b. father	c. think	d. although
a. space	b. musician	c. center	d. recycle
a. of	b. deaf	c. leaf	d. wife
II. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others.
a. supply	 b. contain	c. damage	d. preserve
a. cathedral	b. museum	c. historical	d. mausoleum
a. communicate	b. emotion	c. combine	d. language
a. environment	b. endanger	c. orphanage	d. disastrous
a. documentary	b. cartoon	c. exciting	d. detective
III. Choose the word or phrase – a, b, c, or d - that best completes each sentence.
Mother Teresa, ............. , was a very generous person.
a. who helped poor people in Calcutta
 b. whose helped poor people in Calcutta 
c. that helped poor people in Calcutta
d. helped poor people in Calcutta
 2. By the time we got there, the film ........................	
	a. finished	b. have finished	 c. will have finished	 d. had finished
13. The World Cup is.............for its clash of football cultures.
	a. more and more.	b. worse and worse	c. coldest and coldest	d. further and further
I've known him................... we was in college.
	a. until	b. for	c. since	d. during
She knows more Italian...........................
	a. than I do	b. than I	c. than me	d. Both a and. c
You will become ill ..................... you stop working so hard.
	a. until	b. if	c. when	d. unless
13. Brazil became the first team to win the .................... five times.
	a. victory	b. trophy	c. final	d. champion 
19. The parks are ideal places for people to................ from the noisy and busy life.
	a. get out	b. get away	c. get off	d. get through
20. .............New York is not the capital of the USA, it is the home of the United Nations.
	a. Because	b. In spite of	c. Otherwise	d. Although
21. I'm interested in that film because it was based on the story................... 	
	 a. which wrote by my favorite novelist.	 b. written by my favorite novelist.
 	c. that written by my favorite novelist. 	d. it was written by my favorite novelist.
22. The children, ................. parents work late, are taken home by school bus.
a. that	b. whom	c. whose	d. their
23. Some species of rare animals are in danger of ..........................	
	a. extinct	b. extinctive	c. extinction	d. extinction
24. If I ............. a more reliable car. I ........................to Spain rather than fly.
	a. would have/ would drive	b. had/ had driven
	c. had/ would drive	d. had had/ would drive
25. Wednesday is ............. day the doctor can see you.
	a. earlier	h. most early	c. the earliest	d. the most early
IV. Choose the underlined part - A, B, C or D - that needs correcting.
26. Many discoveries have made in the fields of Chemistry and Physics. 
 	A	B	C	D
27. Nguyen Du, that wrote Kieu Story, was one of the greatest Vietnamese poets
	A	B	C	D.
28. Scientists are predicting that the disease is going to affect over half a million people over the 
	A	B	C	D	
next ten year. 
29. I’ve scored a lot more points than he did.
	A	B	C	D
30. They let me a lot borrow their are while they were on holiday
	A	B	C	D
V. Choose the correct sentence - a, b, c, or d - which has the same meaning to the given one.
31. Had it not. been for the attendance of a famous film star, the party con have been a success.	
The famous film star didn't attend, so the party was a failure.
If the famous film star hadn't attended, the party. could have been a success.
The party was successful without the attendance of the famous film
The only reason the party was a success was that a famous film star attended
32. 'You're right, it isn't a good idea,' he said.
a. He offered that it wasn't a good idea.	 b. He mentioned that it wasn't a idea
c. He agreed that it wasn't a good idea.	d. He claimed that it wasn't a good idea. 
33. The plants may develop differently. The plants live on that island. .
 a. The plants live on that island may develop differently.
b. The plants that lire on that island may develop differently.
c. The plants, which live on that island, may develop different.
d. The plants whose live on that island may develop differently.
34. They will have given up the research by now.
a. The research is being stopped now.
b. The research will be continued by now.
c. The research will have been stopped by now.
d. The research isn't -done now.
35. Unless you can swim, you aren't allowed to sail this boat.
a. Anyone who wants to sail this boat must be able to swim.
b. If you can't swim, you'll have to go in this boat.
c. You may sail this boat whether you can swim or not.
d. Only people who are in this boat allowed to swim.
VI. Choose the words or phrases that best complete the passage.
Researcher have shown that music has many uses besides (36).............Below is a list of reason why some people believe music should be an important component of the school curriculum.
Music, like reading, writing, and speaking, (37) .............. thoughts, ideas, and feelings. It is used for such mundane purposes as selling commercial products and for such noble purposes as inspiring and elevating our (38)	.............. of life.
 Music is an important means of learning about and (39) .............. cultural heritages. Music helps us to learn about ourselves, our traditions, and our ways of thinking about acting. It also helps us to learn about (40).............. , their traditions and their behaviors..
Through music people become engaged (41)	 ..............learning process and develop keener insights into how knowledge, skills, attitudes, feelings and the senses interrelate.
Music is a (42)	 ..............art. Through its study, students come into contact..............with other basic areas of the (43)	..............: math, science, social studies, languages, and physical education. Music offers us an opportunity to develop aesthetic (44) .............. .The study of music teaches people to appreciate quality - those products of human creativity that represent the (45) .............. order of thinking, feeling, and technical achievement.
36. a. recreation	b. communication c. emotion	d. expression
37. a. represents	b. contains	c. conveys	d. adds
38. a. admiration	b. appreciation	c. relaxation	d. entertainment
39. a. transmitting	b. transporting	c. broadcasting 	d. translating
40. a. other	b. others	c. another	d. otherness
4. a. with	b. to	c. in	d. on
42. a. comprehend	b. comprehension 	c. comprehensive	 d. comprehensively
43. a. schedule	b. curriculum	c. programs	d. courses
44. a. sense	b. sensitive	c. sensible	d. sensitivity
45. a. high	b. higher	c. highest	d. most high
VII. Read the passage carefully, then choose the best answers.
London is a big city, but many of the people who live there regard it as a number of small towns put together. Each district has it own identity and atmosphere and some parts are even described by their inhabitants as 'villages'. Much of the center of the city consists of shops and businesses and the majority of people live in the suburbs. A great many of them travel to work in the city every day by train, bus, tube or car; this is called commuting. Commuters might spend as much as two hours every morning getting to work and another two hours getting home again. The cost of living in London is higher than in most other parts of Britain, and many people are paid extra money on top of their salaries because of this. Millions of visitors come to London every year from all over the world to see the famous sights, such as Buckingham Palace, where the Queen lives, the clock tower from which Big Ben sounds the hours, and many other historic buildings. London is also very famous for its theaters, red buses and black taxis Some people find it a noisy, dirty place but it has many large, pleasant parks where everyone can enjoy some peace and quiet. London has many attractions, both for people from overseas and for people from other parts of Britain.
46. According to many Londoners, London...........................
	a. is a big city	b. is described as 'villages'
	c. is like a combination of small towns 	d. is regarded as a small town
47. The word 'commuters' in line 6 means ........................	
a. people who live in the city, but work in the countryside.
b. people who usually travel to work by public transportation.
c. people who travels regularly by bus, train, or-car between their place of Work and their home (at some distance).
d. people who spend most time traveling to and from work.
48. Many people in London are paid extra money 	
a. Because they have to spend much money for traveling.
b. Because they live in the suburbs but work in the city.
c. Because they usually work overtime.
d. Because of the high cost of living.
49. The author mentions all the following about London EXCEPT	
	a. its residents	b. its famous sights
c. its financial organizations	d. its means of transport 
50. Which of the following is not true about London?
a. All the districts of London are similar.
b. People from all over the world have been attracted to London.
c. Many people who work in London commute by train, bus, tube or car, from the suburbs.
d. London has a lot of parks where people can enjoy some peace and	 quiet.

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