Tài liệu ôn môn Tiếng Anh 11 - Học kì II

Tài liệu ôn môn Tiếng Anh 11 - Học kì II

UNIT 9: THE POST OFFICE

 TEST 1

I. Pronunciation and stress.

Choose the word that has the main stress placed differently from the others.

1. A. technology B. competitive C. facsimile D. document

2. A. courteous B. subscribe C. service D. customer

3. A. transit B. transmit C. transact D. translate

Choose the word that has underlined part is pronounced differently from the rest.

4. A. beer B. wear C. hear D. fear

5. A. landed B. accomplished C. released D. advanced

II. Choose the most suitable answer

1.You can subscribe your favorite newspaper and magazines .the nearest post office.

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

2. Thanh Ba post office provides customers .the Messenger Call Services.

A. with B. for C.at D. about

3. We are proud of our.staff, who are always friendly and efficient.

A. well-done B. well-appointed C. well-behaved D. well-trained

4. The hotel staff are always friendly and courteous.

A. efficient B. polite C. helpful D. perfect

5. .is someone who work from home on computer and communicates with their office by telephone, fax, or e-mail.

A. telecomputer B. telecommuter C. telephonist D. telemarketer

6. Post office is a place.you can buy stamps, mail, letters and packages, and receive mail.

A. that B. which C. where D. in which

7. Do you know the date.we have to hand in the essay?

A. which B. in which C. on that D. when

8. My uncle.you meet yesterday is a lawyer.

A. who B. which C. whose D.to whom

9.The council is in discussion with Lord Thomas, .land most of the village is built on.

A. Who B. whom C. whose D. that

10. These adults, .come to my night class, are very eager to learn.

A. whose B. who C. that D. when

11. Regina, .you have never met before, is a genius in painting.

A.which B.whose C.whom D. whoever

11. The painting.Mr Flowers has in his house are worth around$100,000.

A. which B. whose C.what D.whom

12. Oxford, .attracts many tourists, is often crowed in the summer.

A. that B. which C.whose D.where

13. It’s is the best film. has ever been made about madness.

A. which B. whom C. whose D.that

14.I suddenly came.a very valuable book when we was in the bookshop.

A. up B. into C. across D. down

15. If you want to send a document and do not want to lose its original shape, our.service will help you.

 

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UNIT 9: THE POST OFFICE
 TEST 1
I. Pronunciation and stress.
Choose the word that has the main stress placed differently from the others.	
A. technology 	B. competitive 	C. facsimile 	D. document
A. courteous 	B. subscribe 	C. service 	D. customer
A. transit 	B. transmit 	C. transact 	D. translate
Choose the word that has underlined part is pronounced differently from the rest.
A. beer	B. wear	C. hear	D. fear
A. landed	B. accomplished	C. released	D. advanced
II. Choose the most suitable answer
1.You can subscribe your favorite newspaper and magazines .............the nearest post office.
A. in	 B.on	 C. from	D. at
2. Thanh Ba post office provides customers ..........the Messenger Call Services.
A. with	 B. for	 C.at	 D. about
3. We are proud of our............staff, who are always friendly and efficient.
A. well-done	B. well-appointed	 C. well-behaved	D. well-trained
4. The hotel staff are always friendly and courteous.
A. efficient	B. polite	C. helpful	D. perfect
5. .........is someone who work from home on computer and communicates with their office by telephone, fax, or e-mail.
A. telecomputer	B. telecommuter 	C. telephonist 	D. telemarketer
6. Post office is a place...............you can buy stamps, mail, letters and packages, and receive mail.
A. that 	 B. which 	C. where 	D. in which
7. Do you know the date..............we have to hand in the essay?
A. which 	B. in which	C. on that 	D. when
8. My uncle.............you meet yesterday is a lawyer.
A. who	B. which	C. whose	D.to whom
9.The council is in discussion with Lord Thomas, ...........land most of the village is built on.
A. Who	B. whom	C. whose	D. that
10. These adults, .......come to my night class, are very eager to learn.
A. whose	B. who	C. that	 D. when
11. Regina, ........you have never met before, is a genius in painting.
A.which	B.whose	C.whom	D. whoever
11. The painting......Mr Flowers has in his house are worth around$100,000.
A. which	B. whose	C.what	D.whom
12. Oxford, ...........attracts many tourists, is often crowed in the summer.
A. that	B. which	C.whose	 D.where
13. It’s is the best film........... has ever been made about madness.
A. which	B. whom	C. whose	D.that
14.I suddenly came.......a very valuable book when we was in the bookshop.
A. up	B. into	C. across	D. down
15. If you want to send a document and do not want to lose its original shape, our......service will help you.
A. facsimile	 	B. express mail	C. messenger call	D. postal
III. Supply the correct form of the bracketed words 
We were treated with great............(courteous).courtesy
This ticket is not.................(transfer). transferable
No visit may be made to the prison without prior............(notify).notification
Hoai Thao has.............a good education (recipient).received
IV. Complete each of the following sentences with the correct form of the verb in brackets
When Nhi..............(get) up tomorrow morning, the sun.................(shine).gets-will be shining (gets-will be)
He .........(know) Ly when she was a child, but he ..................(see) her for many years.
Knew-hasn’t seen ( knew-hasn’t seen)
His father was really angry with him because he (listen).....................to music while he(do).....................his homework. (Was listening- was doing)
 He (learn).........................English before he (leave).........................for England. (had learnt – left)
He (thank)......................me for what I (do).....................for him. (thanked- had done
V. Combine the following sentences. Use relative clauses and commas if necessary.
John is one of my closet friends. I have known him for a very long time.
 John , whom I have known for a very long time, is one of my closet friends.
The soup was so salty. I had it so much.
 The soup which/ that I had for lunch was too salty.
Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland. My brother lives there
Glasgow, where my brother lives , is the largest city in Scotland.
The woman predicted my future. She read my palm.
 The woman who read my palm predicted my future.
Where can I catch the bus? It goes downtown.
Where can I catch the bus which goes downtown.
VI. Choose the word among A, B, C, D that best fits the blank in the following passage:
	Before the (1) of the postage stamp, it was difficult to (2)  a letter to another country. The sender paid (3)  the letter to travel in his or her own country. Then the person in the other country was the payer of that part of the trip. If a letter crossed several countries, the problem was worse.
	Rowland Hill, (4)  was a British teacher, had the idea of a postage stamp with gum on the back. The British post office made the first stamps in 1840. A person bought a stamp and put it on a letter, the post office (5)  the letter. When people received letters, they didn’t pay anything. The letter were prepaid.
	1. A- invent	B- invention	C- inventive 	D- inventively
	2. A- write	B- receive 	C- send	D- copy
	3. A- with	B- on	C- of	D- for
	4. A- who	B- whom	C- whose	D- that
	5. A- sent	B- delivered	C- marked	D- sorted 
VII. Read the text carefully, then choose the correct answers.
A major revolution for the automated office is electronic mail. The customary postal system requires message written on paper to be transmitted physically from one location to another. With electronic mail, messages are converted into electronic signals, transmitted anywhere in the world, and then changed back into the original written form, all in several seconds and minutes at most.
Through the use of video screens in company offices, a single document can be transmitted to hundreds of people in dozens of branch offices at the same time. Thus, electronic mail, along with databased, can be an important asset in teleconferences. Furthermore, the use of electric mail in the form of a 'mailbox' attached to a telephone is also of great value. Since in offices many telephone calls go uncompleted on the first attempt, with electronic mail, two-way conversion is not essential, so it reduced telephone use and saves time.
Electronic mail is far more expensive than the postal system, as it must complete for transmission space an satellite, telephone, and cable links. But planned increases in satellite communications should lower the price and assist in the spread of electric mail.
The passage mainly discusses.......................
The substation of electric mail for the postal system
Using electronic mail in the office.
The use of electric mail.
The cost of electric mail.
It be infer from the passage that the advantages of the electronic mail are.............
Its speed and utility.
Its low cost and efficiency.
Its use of the postal system and telephone “mail box”.
Its role in satellite communications and teleconferencing.
According to the passage, a document can be shown to many people altogether via................
Postal system	B. video screens	C. telephone	D. branch office
The passage implies that electric mail.................................
Will soon outlive its usefuless.
Is too costly for most offices
Could never take the place of the current postal system.
Will be used more often in the future.
Which of the following can be inferred from the office setting.
Electric mail has more than one use in the office setting.
Electric mail saves money but not time
Electric mail will eventually replace the telephone.
Electric mail is not e new phenomenon.
TEST 2
I. Pronunciation and stress 
Choose the word that has the main stress placed differently from the others.
A. recipient 	B. transmission	C. document	D. distribute
A. facsimile	B. subscriber	C. messenger	D. convenient
A. telegram	B. punctual	C. notify	D. material
Choose the word that has underlined part is pronounced differently from the others.
A. service	B. subscribe	C. favourite	D. deliver
A. spacious	B. delicious	C. official	D. parcel
II. Choose the most suitable answer
1. If we don’t have telephones, we can ..................a phone call at the post office.
A. do	 B. make	C. take	D. put
Our new post office is equipped with................technology.
advance	B. advanced	C. advancing	D. advancement.
If you don’t want to go out early to buy newspapers, just..............your favorite newspapers or magazines.
phone	B. ask	 C. subscribe	D. sign
Nowadays fax and transmission has become a cheap and convenient way to transmit texts and....................over distances.
A. words	B. scripts	C. letters	D. graphics
Yesterday at the post office, it is convenient for customers to stand while waiting for thier...........
transactions	B. calling	C. waiting	D. selling
Here are some contracts.........they may sign at the meeting
which	 B. where	 C. whose	 D.whom
When we use a word ..................meaning is not certain, we should look it up in the dictionary.
which	B. whose	C. that 	D. where
The woman...........you mentioned is our director.
which 	B. whose	C. why 	D. whom
People are cutting down a lot of trees in the forests, ...............can change the weather conditions.
which	B. that	C. of which	D. Ǿ
It is necessary that all high buildings be equipped ..........smoke director.
for 	B. by 	 C. with 	D. in
III. Supply the correct form of the bracketed words.
The local government offered the ..................of food and medicines to the flood victims.(distribute) distribution
The ....................of computer data along telephone lines becomes very popular. (transmit) transmission
They always pay ......................(punctual). punctually
Last night, he came to visited me at a(n)..........................time when I was already asleep.(convenience) punctually
Complete each of the following sentences with the correct form of the verb in brackets.
Mr. Khang ........................(have ) trouble with his car, so he has to take the bus to work these days. Is having
I ........................(not go) shopping for two months. haven’t gone
Mark says the book ......................(belong) to him. belongs
By the time the firemen .....................(arrive), the fire ....................already (go out). arrived- had aldready gone out
The drive .........................(have) a drink in cafe when someone...................(drive) his lorry away. was having- drove
Rewrite the following sentences, beginning as shown.
The children are terribly spoilt. I’m looking after them
 I’m looking after the children who are terribly spoilt.
Stratford is a place where Shakespeare was born. Strafford attracts many tourists.
Stratford , which attract many tourists, is the place where Shakepeare was born.
The football team have won all their matches this season, and their manager is a famous footballer.
The football team, whose manager is a famous Spanish footballer, have won all their matches this season
The students raised their hands. Their names were called.
The students whose names were called raised thei ... lain	C. easy 	D. complicated
11. On May 20, 1932, Amelia Earhart became the first woman fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.
 A B C D
12.One characteristic of the poems of Emily Dickinson is the sharp of her images.
 A B C D
III. Supply the correct form of the bracketed word. 
	1. He never lost the .of his student. (admire) admiration
2. I have to admit that I did learn a lot about cultures when looking at his ..key chains collection. (classify) classified
3. She does a lot of work for charities, but her ..forbids her from talking about it. (modest) modesty
4. Good food is his only. (indulge) indulgence
IV. Complete each of the following sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. 
My sister (finish) .school in 1997 and (be) ..a student at the National University since then. finished/ has been
 I (spend) ..a lot of time travelling since I (get) this new job. have spent/ got
3. “Do you have any clothes .( wash) today?” the maid said. washed
4. I have a lot of homework ( do)tonight, so I cannot go out with you. to do 
V. Rewrite each of the following sentences, using cleft sentence.
1. Bermuda got its name in 1964.
It was in 1964 when/ that Bermuda got its name. 
2.I saw him in the street only last week.
It was only last week when/ that I saw him in the street.
3. I saw him in the street only last week.
It was him who/ that I saw in the street.
4. Mary didn’t begin to read until she was eight.
It was until she was eight when/ that Mary didn’t begin to read.
5. Hoa borrowed the English-Vietnamese Dictionary from the teacher.
It was the English-Vietnamese Dictionary which/ that Hoa borrowed from the teacher.
VI. Read the passage carefully, then choose the best option to fit each space by circling the letter A, B, C or D 
Beginning a collection of something is exciting. The most exciting is collecting stamps because there are so (1) .......... to choose from.
	Stamp-collecting (2) .......... a hobby of millions of people all over the world for more than some hundred years. Nobody (3) .......... how many stamps there are in the world. The biggest problem of all for the beginner is just which stamps to collect. (4) ........... there are so many and nobody could collect them all. Many people collect stamps of one country, perhaps the one they live (5) .......... , or small groups of countries or a theme.
1. A. many	B. much	C. more	D. little	
2. A. was	B. had been	C. has been	D. is being	
3. A. know	B. knows	C. is knowing	D. known	
4. A. Although	B. And	C. But	 D. As	
5. A. in	B. by	C. with	D. on	
VII. Read the passage carefully, then choose the best answers
I like to be near water – sea, lake or river. That I probably because I was born in a village by the sea, and I have lived most of my life close to water. When I am in some place which is far from lake, river and sea, I am restless and I always feel that there is something missing, even though it is sometimes hard for me to decide what it is. Of course, the sports I like are the ones which need water – sailing, rowing and swimming. It is possible to swim in small swimming pools, but rowing and sailing are impossible without a lot of water. Rowing is best in a river and sailing on the sea or a big lake, but one can do some sailing on a river and one can certainly row on a lake or the sea when the weather is good. Of the three sports – swimming, rowing and sailing – I like rowing best because it is the easiest to continue during the winter, when the water is too cold for comfortable swimming and the sea is often too rough for sailing. Even on the coldest day one row, only ice on the water or thick fog can stop one. Sometimes it is so cold when I go out rowing that drop of water freeze wherever they fall. In such weather, it is not very pleasant to swim as one cannot stay in the water very long. However, when is rowing, one gets warmer the longer one goes on.
1. Where was the writer born? 
A. In a village by the river B. In a village near a lake
C. In a village by the sea D. In a sea town
2. How does the writer feel when he is in some place which is nor near the water?
A. Comfortable B. Convenient C. Losing something D. Missing something
3. What type of sport does he like?
 A. Water sports B. Sports without water 
 C. Sports played only on the sea D. Sports played near lakes and river
4. Where can people row and sail?
A. In a swimming pool B. In the river C. On the sea D. Both B and C
5.Why does he like rowing best?
A. Because it makes him warmer B. Because he can still it in cold days
C. Because it makes him stronger D. Because it is easier to play
TEST UNIT 11 + 12
Pronunciation and stress 
Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest.
A. general 	 B. opinion 	 C. abroad 	 D. surprise
A. difference B. immortality C. politician D. independence
A. admire B. indulge C. convoy D. discard
Choose the word which has the underlined part pronounced differently from that of the rest.
A. string	 B. strict	 C. strive	D. strip
A. kissed 	 B. laughed 	 C. pressed 	D. loved
Choose the most suitable answer 
A total of 9,501participate in the 2014 Asian Games taking place in South Korean city of Incheon.
A. freestyles 	 B. athletes	C. costumes D. venues
It was such an extremely attractive collection of paintings that one could imagine.
A. very creative 	B. enthusiastic	C. interesting and costly	
D. fascinating
Many people are protesting against sending too many, who do not compete, to Asian Games.
A. athletes B. attendees 	C. finalists 	D. officials
Which countries won the most medals in..last year?..
A. federation 	B. weightlifting	C. stadium	D. solidarity
He exactly said a sentence from the Bible after crossing the first line.
A. symbolized	B. whispered	C. remembered	D. quoted
My mother loves her garden and take care of it with obvious..
A. pleasure	B. attraction	C. energy	D. modesty
The Olympic spirit of friendship and solidarity has been constantly built and promoted
A. prosperity	 B. appreciation 	C. unity	D. solemnity
It took my father more than 20 years to..his art collection which he donated to the museum..
A. get up 	 B. take up	C. build up 	D. back up
I don’t know the title of this song, but I can recognize the..
A. tune 	 B. expert 	C. avidity	D. prayer
Sometimes, a discarded piece of something could be a valuable element in a collector’s collection..
A. useful thing 	 B. invaluable object	 C. item being throw away 	
D. backup object
11. The Asian Games, which is held every four years, is a time at which athletes promote unity, solidarity, and 
 A B C
friendly D
12.It is for a while that not only me but also my classmates has not been in any camping trip.
 A B C D
III. Supply the correct form of the bracketed word. 
	1. There is a smaller but more exciting .between the three leading racers for the gold medal. (compete) competition
2. Movies can be divided into different categories, according to their target viewers. (categorization)
3. Swimming is one of the most popular sports in the Olympics. (aqua) aquatic
4. She suddenly found the situation highly .. (amuse) amusement
IV. Complete each of the following sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. 
Alice and Louise (not, buy) ..anything at the store yesterday. did not buy
After they (leave).., we (sit). down and rested. had left/ sat
He told me he (not/eat) .such kind of food before. had not eaten
4. No one can prevent the plan from (carry out)... being carried out
5. There appears (be) ..no way to change our reservation for the play at this late date. to be
V. Rewrite these sentences, use the cues below
1. The logo symbolizes the true spirits of the Games. Daniella designed it. (using relative clause)
 The logo which Daniella designed symbolizes the true spirits of the Games. 
2. I could get in touch with my old friends by using Facebook. ( Using It + be)
It was by using Facebook that I could get in touch with my old friends.
3. The noise of the traffic has driven me crazy. ( Using It + be)
It was the noise of the traffic which/ that has driven me crazy.
Patrick was very annoyed. His name was missed off the list. (using relative clause)
 Patrick, whose name was missed off the list, was very annoyed.
I lent you a book. It was written by a friend of mine. She lives in France. (using relative clause)
 I lent you a book which was written by a friend of mine who lives in France.
VI. Read the passage carefully, then choose the best option to fit each space by circling the letter A, B, C or D 
What do you like doing best (6) _______ your spare time? My cousin Paul likes going (7) _______ in the country and (8) ________ photos. Sometimes, he goes out with his friends, and they have fun at the park or at the beach. They always (9) ________ a good time. His brother, Chris isn’t (10) ________ on walking. He spends most of the time at home.
1 A. for
B. when
C. in
D. at
2. A. for walks
B. walks
C. a walk
D. to walk
3. A. making
B. having
C. taking
D. doing
4. A. have
B. make
C. do
D. like
5. A. interested
B. fond
C. decided
D. keen
VII. Read the passage carefully, then choose the best answers
Gardening is the art of growing plants with the goal of crafting a purposeful landscape. Residential gardening most often takes place in or about a residence, in a space referred to as the garden. Although a garden typically is located on the land near a residence, it may also be located in a roof, in an atrium, on a balcony, in a window-box, or on a patio or vivarium.
 Gardening also takes place in non-residential green areas, such as parks, public or semi-public gardens (botanical gardens or zoological gardens), amusement and theme parks, along transportation corridors, and around tourist attractions and hotels. In these situations, a staff of gardeners or groundskeepers maintains the gardens.
 Indoor gardening is concerned with the growing of houseplants within a residence or building, in a conservatory, or in a greenhouse. Indoor gardens are sometimes incorporated as part of air conditioning or heating systems.
 Water gardening is concerned with growing plants adapted to pools and ponds. Bog gardens are also considered a type of water garden. These all require special conditions and considerations. A simple water garden may consist solely of a tub containing the water and plant.
1. Where is a garden usually located?
 A. on the land
B. in a roof
C. on a balcony
 D. in a window-box
2. Who maintains the public gardens?
 A. workers
B. housekeepers
C. groundskeepers
D. firemen
3. Which of the following is NOT non-residential green areas?
 A. parks
B. botanical gardens
C. tourist attractions
 D. apartments
4. Indoor gardening sometimes includes ________ .
 A. atrium
B. air conditioning
C. transportation corridor
D. zoological garden
5. Water gardening is concerned with ________ .
 A. patios
B. vivarium
C. pools
D. greenhouses

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