Ôn tập Tiếng Anh khối 11 - One period test (A)

Ôn tập Tiếng Anh khối 11 - One period test (A)

ONE PERIOD TEST (A)

I. PRONUNCIATION: (1m)

I. Circle the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.(0,5m)

1. A. admire B. avid C. variety D. while

2. A. engrave B. pastime C. undertake D. spectator

II. Choose the word that has stress pattern different from that of the other words. (0,5m)

3. A. indulge B. cycling C. discarded D. aquatic

4. A. advance B. gymnasium C. solidarity D. accompany

II. VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURES:

A. Choose the best answers among A, B, C, D. (2ms)

5. He is very good at ____ people singing with his guitar.

 A. making B. getting C. accompanying D. having

6. My uncle is interested in ____ stamps.

 A. collect B. collecting C. collected D. to collect

7. She is a very accomplished pianist. The word “accomplished” is closest in meaning to “____”.

 A. skilled B. beautiful C. interesting D. admired

8. ____ I bought the golden fish.

 A. It was from this shop that B. I was from this shop where

 C. It was this shop which D. It was this shop that

9. ____ the police had rescued from the fire.

 A. The baby B. The baby that C. It was the baby whom D. The baby whom

10. Soya is dangerous to human nor animals.

A. either B. neither C. or D. nor

11. He ____ could not come ____ did not want to.

 A. either – or B. neither – or C. either – nor D. nor – nor

12. When she was young she never had time to ______ her hobbies.

A. persist B. pursue C. engage D. delicate

 

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Name: --------------------------------------	
Class: 11A
ONE PERIOD TEST (A)
I. PRONUNCIATION: (1m)
I. Circle the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.(0,5m)
1.	A. admire	B. avid	C. variety	D. while
2.	A. engrave	B. pastime	C. undertake	D. spectator
II. Choose the word that has stress pattern different from that of the other words. (0,5m)
3.	A. indulge	B. cycling	C. discarded	D. aquatic
4.	A. advance	B. gymnasium	C. solidarity	D. accompany
II. VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURES:
A. Choose the best answers among A, B, C, D. (2ms)
5. He is very good at ____ people singing with his guitar.
	A. making	B. getting	C. accompanying	D. having
6. My uncle is interested in ____ stamps.
	A. collect	B. collecting	C. collected	D. to collect
7. She is a very accomplished pianist. The word “accomplished” is closest in meaning to “____”.
	A. skilled	B. beautiful	C. interesting	D. admired
8. ____ I bought the golden fish.
	A. It was from this shop that 	B. I was from this shop where
	C. It was this shop which	D. It was this shop that
9. ____ the police had rescued from the fire.
	A. The baby	B. The baby that	C. It was the baby whom	D. The baby whom
10. Soya is dangerous to human nor animals.
A. either	 B. neither	C. or	 D. nor
11. He ____ could not come ____ did not want to.
	A. either – or 	B. neither – or 	C. either – nor D. nor – nor
12. When she was young she never had time to ______ her hobbies.
A. persist 	B. pursue 	C. engage 	 D. delicate
B. Complete these sentences with one appropriate word: (2ms)
13. Ly Duc won a gold medal in .. at the 14th Asian Games.
14. The 1st Asian Games were .. in New Delhi, India in 1951.
15. Tom said he would contact me, but he .. wrote nor phoned.
16. It is eggs . contain a high level of blood cholesterol.
III. READING:
A. Choose the best answer among A, B, C, D to fill in each blank.(1,5ms) 
 A surprising number of popular spectator sports, for example football and baseball, (317) .in Europe or in the USA in the nineteenth century. This did not happen by (18).. It was the result of changes in the way people lived in those places at that time. Until then more people lived in the country than in towns. They worked in small groups and had no regular time off. All this changed, with the growth of factories and (19) .in the nineteenth century, first in Europe and then in the USA. For the first time most people (20)to live in towns, and they found themselves with regular free time. They had more (21) time than ever before. This resulted in the need for the organized entertainment. Suitable games were invented, typically team games, (22)the crowded could take sides and become involved. This gave people some of the entertainment they need in their free time. 
17. A- started	B- starts	C- starting 	D- to start
18. A- hand	B- book 	C- chance	D- day
19. A- agriculture	B- agricultural	C- industrial	D- industry
20. A- began	B- enjoyed	C- denied	D- suggested
21. A- leisure	B- busy 	C- interesting	D- boring
22. A- in then	B- in where	C- in which	D- in that 
B. Read the passage and choose the best answer among A, B, C, D (1m).
 Stamp collecting is the collecting of postage stamps and related objects, such as overs ( envelopes or packages with stamps on them ) It is one of the world’s most popular hobbies, with estimates of the number of collectors ranging up to 20 million in the United States alone.
 Many casual collectors enjoy accumulating stamps without worrying about the tiny details, but the creation of a large or comprehensive collection generally requires some philatelic knowledge. This is especially important for those who intend to spend large amounts for stamps.
 Stamp collectors are an important source of revenue for some small countries that create limited runs of elaborate stamps designed mainly to be bought by stamp collectors. The stamps produced by these countries far exceed the postal needs of the countries.
 Some collectors, observing the generally rising prices of rare stamps, have taken to Philatelic Investment. Rare stamps are among the most portable of tangible investments, and are easy to store. “They” offer an attractive alternative to art, other collectible investments, and precious metals.
The estimated number of stamp collectors in the United States is .
A. 30 million B. 20 million C. 10 million D. 15 million
 24. . Philatelic knowledge is especially important for 
 A. many casual collectors enjoy B. some small countries
 C. those who intend to spend large amounts for stamps D. the postal needs of the countries 
 25. . The word they in paragraph 4 refers to ..
 A. Stamp collectors B. Small countries C. Rare stamps D. The prices of rare stamps
 26. Which of the following is NOT true about rare stamps ?
 A. They are among the most portable of tangible investments.
 B. They are easy to store.
 C. They are an important source of revenue.
 D. They offer an attractive alternative to art.
IV. WRITING:
A. Rewrite the following sentences with the suggested words in brackets ( 2ms) 
17. My sister can sing beautiful. She can play the guitar very well. (not only... but also)
_________________________________________________________
28. Joanna enjoys listening to rock music, so does her brother. (both ... and)
_________________________________________________________
29. We saw the manager. (Cleft sentence in the PASSIVE)
_________________________________________________________
30. Columbus sailed to America in 1492. (Cleft sentence in the ACTIVE)
_________________________________________________________
B. There is a mistake in each sentence. Find the mistake (A, B, C, or D) (0.5m).
31) Not only John but also his two brothers plays football as their recreation every weekend.
 A B C D
32) It was in 1875 when Anna Winlock joined the staff of the astronomical observatory at Harvard University
 A B C D	
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Name: --------------------------------------	
Class: 11A
	ONE PERIOD TEST (B)
I. PRONUNCIATION: (1m)
A. Circle the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.(0,5m)
A. occupy 	B. simply 	C. accompany 	D. hobby
A. leisure 	B. pursue 	C. simple 	D. necessary
B. Choose the word that has stress pattern different from that of the other words. (0,5m)
3. A. avid	B. album	C. usually	D. accompany
4. A. admire	B. regular	C. mountain	D. corner
II. VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURES:
A. Choose the best answers among A, B, C, D. (2ms)
5. The hotel is neither spacious ____.
	A. or comfortable 	B. nor comfortable 	C. or comfort 	D. nor comfort
6. Not ____ did she refuse to speak to him, but she also vowed never to see him again.
 A. even 	B. only 	C. at all 	D. always
7. His recreations include golf, football and shooting. .
A. sports 	B. activities 	C. pastimes 	D. pleasures
8. It is the library ____.
	A. that I often borrow books	B. that I often borrow books from
	C. where I often borrow books from	D. from that I often borrow books
9. It is pop music _________by my brother.
	A. that is preferred	B. It is preferred that	C. what is preferred	D. that prefers
10. The course can be as simple as bricklaying or as sophisticated as making your own stock market decisions.
A. external 	 B. complicated 	C. intensive 	D. advanced
11. I ________her very much because he is an accomplished guitarist.
A. contact	B. sing	C. admire	D. phone
12. I am quite keen on my father’s valuable stamp ____.
	A. collect	B. collecting	C. collection	D. collector
B. Complete these sentences with one appropriate word: (2ms)
13. Swimming and water skiing are both .. sports.
14. In the 14th Asian Games, the athletes completed in 38 different sports and won 427 gold 
15. I'm not sure where Maria's from. She'sSpanish or Italian.
16. It was Mr. Harding . my secretary sent the bill to yesterday.
III. WRITING:
A. Rewrite the following sentences with the suggested words in brackets ( 2ms) 
17. The city suffers from air pollution. The city suffers from water pollution. (both... and)
_________________________________________________________
18. He is interested in gardening. He is interested in collecting stamps. (not only... but also)
_________________________________________________________
19. They made the film in Bristol. (Cleft sentence in the PASSIVE)
_________________________________________________________
20. She bought the car from Tom. (Cleft sentence in the ACTIVE)
_________________________________________________________
B. There is a mistake in each sentence. Find the mistake (A, B, C, or D) (0.5m). 
21) It is the library then I often borrow books from.
 A B C D 
22) Now women work both before or after having their children.
 A B C D
III. READING:
A. Read the passage and choose the best answer among A, B, C, D (1m).
The Asian Games owns it origins to small Asian multi- sport competitions held every two years from 1913 to 1934 under a number of names. The Far Eastern Championship Games were created to show unity and cooperation among three nations: Japan, the Philippines and China. The first games were held in Manila in 
1913. Other Asian nations participated after it was organized. It was ‘discontinued” in 1938 when Japan invaded China and consequently annexed the Philippines which led to the expansion of World War II in the Pacific.
	After World War II, many of the new independent Asian countries wanted to use a new type of competition where Asian solidarity should be strengthened by mutual understanding. In August 1948, during the 14th Olympic Games in London, Indian IOC representative Guru Dutt Sondhi proposed to sports leaders of the Asian teams the idea of holding the Asian Games. In February, 1949, the Asian Athletic Federation was formally formed and used the name Asian Games federation. It was decided to hold the first Asian Games in 1951 in New Delhi, the capital of India. Since 1954, the Asian Games have been held every four years.
The first Far Eastern Championship Games were held in.
	A. Japan	B. The Philippines	C. China	D. India
24. The word discontinued is closet in meaning to
	A. repeated	B. continuous	C. discovered	D. cancelled
25. The Asian Games Federation was formed in
A. Manila in 1913	B. August 1948	C. February 1949	D. 1951 in India
26. Which of the following statements is NOT true?
A. After World War II, more countries in Asian became independent.
	B. Three Asian nations participated in the far Eastern Championship Games 1915.
	C. The Asian Games were first held in India
	D. The Asian Games are regularly held once every four years.
B. Choose the best answer among A, B, C, D to fill in each blank.(1,5ms)
 British families started going on holiday to the seaside around the middle of the 19th century. The first holidaymakers were quite rich and went for their health and education. The seaside was a place to be (27)of illness, and doctors recommended bathing in the sea and drinking sea water. Also to (28) their knowledge, families attended concerts and read books from the library.
 At that time, ordinary working people had very little time (29)work. However, in 1871, the government introduced four “Bank Holidays”-national holiday days. This (30)people to have a day or two out, which now and then gave them a taste for leisure and the seaside. At first, they went on day-trips, talking advantage of special cheap tickets on the railways. Rails fares were reduced and cheap hotels were built to accommodate them.
 By the 1880s, rising incomes (31)that many ordinary workers and their families could have a week’s holiday at the seaside. Today , the English seaside remains(32), with more than 18 million holidays taken there each year.
27. A. cured 	B. remedied C. recovered D. improved
28. A. raise B. spread C. increase D. add
29. A. out B. to C. away D. from
30. A. allowed B. provided C. offered D. opened
31. A. caused B. produced C. meant D. resulted
32. A. popular	B. unpopular	C. unchangeable	 D. changeable
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