Bài ôn tập môn Tiếng Anh 11 - Unit 1: Friendship

Bài ôn tập môn Tiếng Anh 11 - Unit 1: Friendship

I. Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.

1. A. chop B. church C. machine D. chicken

2. A. gentle B. giraffe C. generator D. gate

3. A. question B. television C. occasion D. decision

4. A. chip B. echo C. children D. change

5. A. signature B future C. mature D. adventure

II. Pick out the word that has the stress differently from that of the other words.

6. A. experience B. conversation C. computer D. imagine

7. A. everything B. quality C. acquaintance D. history

8. A. important B. impossible C. imitate D. intelligent

9. A. interviewee B. international C. mathematics D. possibility

10. A. humour B. common C. around D. hobby

III. Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence.

11. The teacher advised him . harder so that he can . the coming exam easily.

 A. to study/to pass B. study/pass C. to study/pass D. study/to pass

12. He was made . his case by the customs officer.

 A. open B. opening C. opened D. to open

13. After finishing high school, I chose . to university.

 A. not to go B. not go C. not going D. going

 

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UNIT 1: FRIENDSHIP
I. Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
1. A. chop 	B. church 	C. machine 	D. chicken
2. A. gentle 	B. giraffe 	C. generator 	D. gate
3. A. question 	B. television 	C. occasion 	D. decision
4. A. chip 	B. echo 	C. children 	D. change
5. A. signature 	B future 	C. mature 	D. adventure
II. Pick out the word that has the stress differently from that of the other words.
6. A. experience	B. conversation	C. computer	D. imagine
7. A. everything	B. quality	C. acquaintance	D. history
8. A. important	B. impossible	C. imitate	D. intelligent
9. A. interviewee 	B. international 	C. mathematics	D. possibility
10. A. humour	B. common	C. around	D. hobby
III. Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence.
11. The teacher advised him ......... harder so that he can ........ the coming exam easily.
 A. to study/to pass B. study/pass	C. to study/pass D. study/to pass
12. He was made ......................... his case by the customs officer.
 A. open 	B. opening 	C. opened 	D. to open
13. After finishing high school, I chose ......................... to university.
 A. not to go 	B. not go 	C. not	 going 	D. going
14. Peter said that he saw Mary......................... that beautiful vase.
 A. to break 	B. breaking 	C. break 	D. broke
15. He attempted ......................... through the window.
 A. to escape 	B. escape 	C. escaping 	D. escaped
16. My parents never let me ......................... after 10 o'clock at night.
 A. to stay out 	B. stay out 	C. staying out 	D. be staying out
17. She said that she had talked to me but I didn't remember .......... her before.
 A. seeing 	B. to see 	C. not seeing 	D. see
18. The police ......................... them get out of their car.	
 A. caused 	B. made 	C. asked 	D. ordered
19. It ......................... to rain heavily for four days.
 A. stopped 	B. appeared 	C. continued 	D. tried
20. I heard someone ......................... outside.
 A. fall	 B. falling 	C. fell 	D. to fall
21. We're rather tired so we should stop ......................... a cup of coffee.
 A. drinking 	B. drink 	C. for drinking 	D. to drink
22. I'm sorry I can't go to the cinema with you tonight. I'm having something important ....... at home.
 A. do 	B. to do 	C. for doing 	D. doing
23. I remember ......................... the door before I came home yesterday.
 A. to lock 	B. lock 	C. locking 	D. locked
24. I don't think he will allow you ......................... his car tomorrow.
 A. use 	B. using 	C. will use 	D. to use
25. What do you ......................... to do for you now?
 A. want me 	B. let me 	C. make me 	B. allow me
26. When the starter gave the .......................... all the competitors in the race began to run round the track.
 A. signal 	B. warning 	C. shot 	D. show
27. ......................... from Bill, all the students said they would go.
 A. Except 	B. Only 	C. Apart 	D. Separate
28. I am very ......................... in the information you have given me.
 A. concerned 	B. surprised 	C. interesting 	D. interested
29. If it's raining tomorrow, we shall have to ............... the match till Sunday
 A. put off 	B. cancel 	C. play 	D. put away
30. The old sailing boat was .............. without trace during the fierce storm.
 A. lost 	B. crashed 	C. disappeared 	D. vanished
31. Is there a bank where I can ......................... these pounds for dollars?
 A. exchange 	B. turn 	C. alter 	D. arrange
32. Buy the new .................... of soap now on sale: It is softer than all others.
 A. model 	B. brand 	C. mark 	D. manufacture
33. In the jar there was a ......................... which looked like jam.
 A. substance 	B. material 	C. solid 	D. powder
34. You're looking very pale - Do you ......................... sick?
 A. fall 	B. faint 	C. feel 	D. become
35. When the time came to .............. the bill at the hotel, she four her purse had been stolen.
 A. pay 	B. pay out 	C. pay for 	D. pay up
36. lfit ......................... fine, I shall go out.
 A. was 	B. is 	C. were 	D. will be
37. We've ................. of time to catch the train so there's no need to rush
 A. very much 	B. enough 	C. great deal 	D. plenty
38. Driving a car with faulty brakes is ......................... quite a risk.
 A. putting 	B. setting 	C. taking 	D. being
39. Jenny and her sister are so .............. that they could almost be twins
 A. likeness 	B. alike 	C. same 	D. the same
40. The policeman ......................... me the way.
 A. told 	B. said 	C. explained 	D. directed
IV. Choose the item among A, B, C or D that best answers the question about the passage:
A Friend of Liberality
	When I was in high school, there was a girl whom I disliked. I don't know why I disliked: her. She had always been friendly towards me, and had never done anything to cause me to feel the same way I did about her. I was continually saying unpleasant things to her, making fun of her, snubbing her.
	One day as I was going home from school, the girl caught up with me and told me that our teacher wanted me to come back for awhile. I did not believe her and walked on down the street, leaving the girl standing alone.
	The next day when I got to school, our teacher asked me: "Why didn't you come back to the school as I asked you to?" I said: "I didn't know you wanted me?". The teacher sent for the girl and asked her: "Did you tell Rose to come back?" The girl answered, "I'm sorry, but I didn't tell her; I couldn't catch up with her". I was surprised and suddenly realized how pretty she was. I felt I ought to be ashamed of myself and I found out all my faults in comparison with her liberality.
41. Why did the writer dislike the girl?
A. Because the girl disliked her.	B. Because the girl was not friendly to her.
C. Because the writer didn't feel comfortable with her.	D. The writer didn't know why.
42. We can infer from the passage that ................................... .
A. the writer always did the best to help the girl
B. the writer didn't behave well towards the girl
C. the girl didn't behave well towards the writer
D. the writer liked the girl very much
43. The phrase "making fun of her" in the passage means "................."
A. laughing at her	B. looking at her	
C. playing with her	D. feeling funny when playing with her
44. How did the writer react when the girl told her that the teacher wanted to see her?
A. She got very angry.	B. She went to moot the teacher
C. She thought the girl was telling a lie.	D. She believed the girl.
45. Why did the girl tell a lie to the teacher?
A. Because she was afraid of him.
B. To avoid being punished by the teacher. 
C. Because she thought the teacher would get angry if she told him the truth. 
D. To help the writer avoid the teacher's punishment.
V. Choose the word. Or phrase among A, B,C or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage:
Meeting a Friend
	Last year I had (46)...........most enjoyable experience when I met somebody I had been writing to for over seven years. 'When I was (47)...........twelve years old one of the teachers at school asked if anyone (48)...........to have an English pen-friend. I had (49)...........begun learning English and as I was finding it rather difficult I thought this might (50)...........me. A few weeks later the teacher gave me (51)...........address of a boy who lived in Leeds. We began to write to each other straight (52)...........and usually (53)...........letters about twice a month. We often wrote that we would like to meet but, (54)...........this was never (55)............ However, last year I was sent on a two-week course in London by my firm There was (56)...........of work to do and I did not have much free time but on the second weekend my friend came to see me. I wondered if we would really like (57).............when we met. Fortunately, there was absolutely nothing to (58)...........we had been writing for so long that it was (59)...........meeting an old friend. We had a meal together and spent the whole of the day talking about our (60)...........interests. I hope we will be able to meet again soon.
46. A. some 	B. the 	C. a 	D. really
47. A. about 	B. at 	C. in 	D. when
48. A. would want 	B. wanted 	C. had wanted 	D. was wanting
49. A. recently 	B. lately 	C. ever 	D. not long
50. A. teach 	B. harm 	C. help 	D. be good
51. A. some 	B. an 	C. the 	D. these
52. A. away	B. forwards	C. right	D. immediately
53. A. traded	B. changed	C. altered	D. exchanged
54. A. fortunately	B. unfortunately	C. luckily	D. happily
55. A. practical	B. probable	C. possible	D. realistic
56. A. a great deal of	B. a great number of 	C. many	D. much
57. A. us	B. ourselves	C. mutually	D. each other
58. A. care for	B. worry about	C. care about	D. be worried
59. A. like	B. as if	C. more than	D. the same as
60. A. similar	B. mutual	C. generate	D. shared
VI. Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.
61. Paul was too (B)tired (C)finishing the (D)last lap of the race.
62. The name Canada (A)is derived (B)from the Iroquoian (C)Indian word 'Kanata' (D)means a village or community.
63. A friend (A)in (B)needing (C)is a friend (D)indeed.
64. Peter (A)introduced Mai (B)with some (C)of his friends (D)in London.
65. Than's parents, never (A)let him (B)to go out (C)with his friends, at (D)weekends.
66. We (A)heard it (B)say that David (C)has just become (D)the new director of the corporation.
67. She (A)left a message (B)so that I (C)could know where (D)I find her.
68. Lan speaks French (A)as well, and her English (B)is (C)good (D)too.
69. (A)All (B)the students must (C)not to use (D)their dictionaries.
70. (A)I am very (B)please that we (C)should meet again (D)soon.
VII. Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence.
71. He could not afford .................................................. .
 A. to buy a car B. buy a car	C. buying a car D. can buy a car
72. The computer games we allow ....................... influence their learning.
 A. our student to play 	B. our students to play
 C. our students play 	D. our students playing
73. My parents always made ................because they thought it was good for my health.
 A. me to eat fruit B. me eating fruit C. me eat fruit D. me ate fruit
74. Good friendship is thought .......................................... .
A. to be the most important thing in our lives
B. as the most important thing in our lives
C. being the most important thing in our lives
D. of the most important thing in our lives
75. He was made .................................. by the customs officer.
A. to open the briefcase 	B. open the briefcase
C. opening the briefcase 	D. opened the briefcase 	
VIII. Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
76. The boy saw the thief open the car's door	
A. The boy opened the car's door when he saw the thief.
B. The thief opened the car's door, and he saw the boy.
C. The thief opened the car's door, and the boy saw it.
D. The boy opened the door and saw the thief in the car.
77. Loyalty and trust are two important qualities good. friends must have.
A. Good friends are important because they must have the qualities of loyalty and trust.
B. Good friends must be loyal and trusty because of their qualities.
C. Good friends must have the two important qualities of loyalty and trust.
D. The two good qualities of loyalty and trust make friends important.
78. He regretted not inviting her to his birthday party.
A. He wished he had invited her to his birthday party.
B. He wished he invited her to his birthday party.
 C. He. wished he would have invited her to his birthday party.
 D. He wished he invite her to his birthday party.
79. It is vital that this work is finished by Tuesday.
A. This work is vital to be finished by Tuesday.
B. This work must be finished by Tuesday.
C. This work must vitally be finished by Tuesday.
D. This work is so vital that it must be finished by Tuesday.
80. The police made the car turn back.
A. The car was. obliged to turn back by the police.
B. The car wds made turn back by the police.
C. The car was made to turn back by the police.
D. The car was made turning back by the police.
-THE END-
UNIT 1: FRIENDSHIP
I. Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
1. A. chop 	B. church 	C. machine 	D. chicken
2. A. gentle 	B. giraffe 	C. generator 	D. gate
3. A. question 	B. television 	C. occasion 	D. decision
4. A. chip 	B. echo 	C. children 	D. change
5. A. signature 	B future 	C. mature 	D. adventure
II. Pick out the word that has the stress differently from that of the other words.
6. A. experience	B. conversation	C. computer	D. imagine
7. A. everything	B. quality	C. acquaintance	D. history
8. A. important	B. impossible	C. imitate	D. intelligent
9. A. interviewee 	B. international 	C. mathematics	D. possibility
10. A. humour	B. common	C. around	D. hobby
III. Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence.
11. The teacher advised him ......... harder so that he can ........ the coming exam easily.
 A. to study/to pass B. study/pass	C. to study/pass D. study/to pass
12. He was made ......................... his case by the customs officer.
 A. open 	B. opening 	C. opened 	D. to open
13. He attempted ......................... through the window.
 A. to escape 	B. escape 	C. escaping 	D. escaped
14. My parents never let me ......................... after 10 o'clock at night.
 A. to stay out 	B. stay out 	C. staying out 	D. be staying out
15. She said that she had talked to me but I didn't remember .......... her before.
 A. seeing 	B. to see 	C. not seeing 	D. see
16. The police ......................... them get out of their car.	
 A. caused 	B. made 	C. asked 	D. ordered
17. We're rather tired so we should stop ......................... a cup of coffee.
 A. drinking 	B. drink 	C. for drinking 	D. to drink
18. I'm sorry I can't go to the cinema with you tonight. I'm having something important ....... at home.
 A. do 	B. to do 	C. for doing 	D. doing
19. I remember ......................... the door before I came home yesterday.
 A. to lock 	B. lock 	C. locking 	D. locked
20. I don't think he will allow you ......................... his car tomorrow.
 A. use 	B. using 	C. will use 	D. to use
21. What do you ......................... to do for you now?
 A. want me 	B. let me 	C. make me 	B. allow me
22. I am very ......................... in the information you have given me.
 A. concerned 	B. surprised 	C. interesting 	D. interested
23. If it's raining tomorrow, we shall have to ............... the match till Sunday
 A. put off 	B. cancel 	C. play 	D. put away
24. If it ......................... fine, I shall go out.
 A. was 	B. is 	C. were 	D. will be
25. Jenny and her sister are so .............. that they could almost be twins
 A. likeness 	B. alike 	C. same 	D. the same
IV. Choose the item among A, B, C or D that best answers the question about the passage:
A Friend of Liberality
	When I was in high school, there was a girl whom I disliked. I don't know why I disliked her. She had always been friendly towards me, and had never done anything to cause me to feel the same way I did about her. I was continually saying unpleasant things to her, making fun of her, snubbing her.
	One day as I was going home from school, the girl caught up with me and told me that our teacher wanted me to come back for awhile. I did not believe her and walked on down the street, leaving the girl standing alone.
	The next day when I got to school, our teacher asked me: "Why didn't you come back to the school as I asked you to?" I said: "I didn't know you wanted me?". The teacher sent for the girl and asked her: "Did you tell Rose to come back?" The girl answered, "I'm sorry, but I didn't tell her; I couldn't catch up with her". I was surprised and suddenly realized how pretty she was. I felt I ought to be ashamed of myself and I found out all my faults in comparison with her liberality.
26. Why did the writer dislike the girl?
A. Because the girl disliked her.	B. Because the girl was not friendly to her.
C. Because the writer didn't feel comfortable with her.	D. The writer didn't know why.
27. We can infer from the passage that ................................... .
A. the writer always did the best to help the girl
B. the writer didn't behave well towards the girl
C. the girl didn't behave well towards the writer
D. the writer liked the girl very much
28. The phrase "making fun of her" in the passage means "................."
A. laughing at her	B. looking at her	
C. playing with her	D. feeling funny when playing with her
29. How did the writer react when the girl told her that the teacher wanted to see her?
A. She got very angry.	B. She went to moot the teacher
C. She thought the girl was telling a lie.	D. She believed the girl.
30. Why did the girl tell a lie to the teacher?
A. Because she was afraid of him.
B. To avoid being punished by the teacher. 
C. Because she thought the teacher would get angry if she told him the truth. 
D. To help the writer avoid the teacher's punishment.
V. Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.
31. Paul was too (B)tired (C)finishing the (D)last lap of the race.
32. A friend (A)in (B)needing (C)is a friend (D)indeed.
33. Peter (A)introduced Mai (B)with some (C)of his friends (D)in London.
34. Tan's parents never (A)let him (B)to go out (C)with his friends, at (D)weekends.
35. She (A)left a message (B)so that I (C)could know where (D)I find her.
VI. Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
36. The boy saw the thief open the car's door	
A. The boy opened the car's door when he saw the thief.
B. The thief opened the car's door, and he saw the boy.
C. The thief opened the car's door, and the boy saw it.
D. The boy opened the door and saw the thief in the car.
37. Loyalty and trust are two important qualities good friends must have.
A. Good friends are important because they must have the qualities of loyalty and trust.
B. Good friends must be loyal and trusty because of their qualities.
C. Good friends must have the two important qualities of loyalty and trust.
D. The two good qualities of loyalty and trust make friends important.
38. He regretted not inviting her to his birthday party.
A. He wished he had invited her to his birthday party.
B. He wished he invited her to his birthday party.
 C. He. wished he would have invited her to his birthday party.
 D. He wished he invite her to his birthday party.
79. It is vital that this work is finished by Tuesday.
A. This work is vital to be finished by Tuesday.
B. This work must be finished by Tuesday.
C. This work must vitally be finished by Tuesday.
D. This work is so vital that it must be finished by Tuesday.
80. The police made the car turn back.
A. The car was. obliged to turn back by the police.
B. The car wds made turn back by the police.
C. The car was made to turn back by the police.
D. The car was made turning back by the police.
-THE END-

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