Ôn tập Tiếng Anh khối 11 - The first term test

Ôn tập Tiếng Anh khối 11 - The first term test

I. Choose the word which has pronounced differently.

1. A. write B. who C. watch D. whose

2. A. furiuos B. future C. number D. amuse

3. A. lonely B. young C. yes D. lawyer

4. A. unit B. stupid C. study D. student

5. A. called B. flooded C. suffered D. issued

II. Vocabulary and structures

6. The great . in my life is to become a successful actor.

 A. ambition B. goal C. plan D. intention

7. We often go to Florida. . the winter.

 A. during B. while C. before D. until

8. The Rolling Stones have . pleasure to millions of fans for more than 40 years.

 A. made B. put C. given D. done

9. I thought he was small but in . he’s rather tall, isn’t he?

 A. actual B. fact C. deed D. particular

10. It took her . to find the building she was looking for.

 A. time B. while C. money D. ages

11. Mr. Peter is my new neighbour. He moved in a few weeks ago. His house is . to mine.

 A. next door B. behind C. beside D. to the left

12. Peter . second in the competition for the best short story.

 A. got B. took C. came D. did

13. Everybody found the talk. Some students even fell asleep.

 A. bore B. boring C. bored D. to bore

 

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	Student’s name: 	Mark(s):	
I. Choose the word which has pronounced differently.
1.	A. write	B. who	C. watch	D. whose
2.	A. furiuos	B. future	C. number	D. amuse
3.	A. lonely	B. young	C. yes	D. lawyer
4.	A. unit	B. stupid	C. study	D. student
5.	A. called	B. flooded	C. suffered	D. issued
II. Vocabulary and structures
6. The great ............. in my life is to become a successful actor.
	A. ambition	B. goal	C. plan	D. intention
7. We often go to Florida. ......... the winter.
	A. during	B. while	C. before	D. until
8. The Rolling Stones have ........ pleasure to millions of fans for more than 40 years.
	A. made	B. put	C. given	D. done
9. I thought he was small but in ....... he’s rather tall, isn’t he?
	A. actual	B. fact	C. deed	D. particular
10. It took her ........ to find the building she was looking for.
	A. time	B. while	C. money	D. ages
11. Mr. Peter is my new neighbour. He moved in a few weeks ago. His house is ..... to mine.
	A. next door	B. behind	C. beside	D. to the left
12. Peter ..... second in the competition for the best short story.
	A. got	B. took	C. came	D. did
13. Everybody found the talk...... Some students even fell asleep.
	A. bore	B. boring	C. bored	D. to bore
14. Thanks for your helping me. I’ll do the same for you in ...... sometime.
	A. graceful	B. favor	C. return	D. appriciate
15. I ......... Casablanca for the first time last night. I ...... it before.
	A. saw/ had never seen	B. have seen/ had never seen	C. see/ have never seen	D. was seeing/ has never seen
16. We work hard to raise our ......... of living.
	A. standard	B. level	C. surface	D. mood
17. He was offered the job .... his qualifications were poor.
	A. despite	B. in spite of	C. even though	D. whereas
18. He devoted most of his time ......... novels.
	A. to have written	B. to write	C. to writing	D. to having written
19. Who suggested ....... here for a picnic?
	A. come	B. came	C. to come	D. coming
20. Yesterday I ..... to a funiture store. I bought a new lamp there.
	A. went	B. could go	C. could have gone	D. ought to have gone
21. ......... of the students in my class could solve the problem yesterday.
	A. None	B. Neither	C. Either	D. Not much
22. Would you mind ........ me a hand with this bag? 
	A. give 	B. giving	C. to give	D. to have given
23. He stops smoking.	
	A. He no longer smokes	B. He stops and smokes	C. He keeps on smoking	D. Smoking interests him
24. My father enjoyed ....... stories. 
	A. telling	B. to tell	C. have told	D. to be told
25. Yesterday Ann introduced me to her husband. As I saw him, I ...... that I ......... him before. We went to primary school together.
	A. knew/ met	B. had known/ had met	C. knew/ had met	D. known/ had met
26. If you ...... to my advice in the first place, you wouldn’t be in this mess right now.
	A. listen	B. will listen	C. had listened	D. listened
27. He persuaded his friend ...... for a job. 
 	A. look	B. looking	C. to look	D. looked
28. Did you .... anywhere interesting last weekend?
	A. go	B. went	C. was going	D. gone
29. “ Can I borrow your car this evening?’ – “ Sire, but Nora’s using it right now. If she ...... it back in time, you’ re well come to borrow it.” 
 	A. brought 	b.would bring 	C. will bring	D.brings
30. If I could speak Spainish, I ..... next year studying in Mexico.
	A. would spend	B. would have spend	C. had spent	D. will spend
31. If I ........ the same problems you had as a child, I might not have succeeded in life as well as you have. 
	 A. have	B. would have	C. had had	D. If I can
32. If someone ...... into the store, smile and say,”May I help you?”
	A. comes	B. came	C. would come	D. could come
33. I doubt whether ..... could read your letter, your hand-writing is really terrible.
	A. somebody	B. anybody	C. nobody	D. everybody
34. “ I am sorry I’m late.” - She apologized............
	A. be late	B. for being late	D. being late	D. for be late	 
35. “ I didn’t break the window.” - He denied ............
	A. to breaking	B. have broken	C. breaking	D. break
33. “ If you get married to your teacher, we will be very sad.”
- My parents prevented me ............... to my teacher.
	A. get married	B. getting married	C. from get married	D. from getting married
36. “ It was very nice of you to invite us for dinner. Thank you very much.”
-- They thanked me ...................to dinner.
	A. for invite them	B. for inviting them	C. invite them	D. inviting them
37. “ You should stay until your husband comes home.” - She insisted ........... until my husband came home.
	A. my stay	B. my staying	C. on my staying	D. to my stay
III. Read the following passage and choose the most appropriate answer from a,b,c or d
Water is necessary for life. People can live only ......(38)  days without it. Yet nearly 25 million people die ........(39) year .......(40) it. Both industrial nation and less developed countries are worried about the quality and quantity of water in the world.
.......(41) United Nations named the 1980s the World Water decade. The UN hoped to provide ...... (42) water for everyone by 1990.
38. 	A. few	B. a few	C. many	D. little
39. 	A. each	B. a	C. the	D. ф
40. 	A. because	B. with	C. for	D. because of
41. 	A. An	B. A	C. The	D. ф
42. 	A. pure	B. clear	C. clean	D. dirty
IV. PART 4: WRITING
Choose the underline part among a,b,c or d that needs correcting.
43. There is a big tree lie across the street.
	 A B C D
44. Tom apologised to being late for class.
	 A B C D
45. She was busy decorate the house.
	 A B C D
46. She said that she will be here the next day.
	 A	 B C 	 D
47.He didn’t come to class for two days, and anyone knows where he is.
	 A 	 B C D
---------------------THE END---------------------
Read the following passage and choose the most appropriate answer from a,b,c or d to answer questions 
BRITISH POLITENESS
Do you, learners of English, ever wonder whether repeating and trying to remember various everyday expressions, such as ‘Excuse me, could you tell me where the nearest taxi rank is?’ has any value other than in exams? Well, I must admit that such thing didn’t cross my mind until last February when I got a letter from the British Council, saying that I had won a language course in England.
The polite question mentioned was the one I had to ask on arrrival in Parkston, a picturesque part of Poole with lot of semi-detached houses on either side of each street. What struck me most was the kindness of an old lady, who happened to leave Safeway’s just after my getting off the coach. Not only did she show me where to phone for a taxi, but she also gave me a hand with the laggage. I was really surprised, too, when the taxi driver got out of the car and helped me put the bags into the boot. I immediately thought of Polish taxi drivers who usually do not make the slightest effor to help you, apart from pressing the right button and waiting for the boot to open. In spite of the steroetypes about reluctance towards foreigners, the English turn out to be an etreme polite and open nation.
36. According to the passage, where does the author come from?
A. England	B. Poland	C. Parkton	D. Poole
37. How did the old lady help the author?
A. showed her where to phone for a taxi	B. gave her a hand with the laggage in the boot
C. put her luggage in the boot.	D. both a and b are correct
38. What does the author think of the English ?
A. they are very polite and open	B. they are always reluctant towards foreigners
C. they are kind – hearted	D. they care a lot about others’ business
39. What did the author see when arriving in Parkston?
A. the picturesque part of Poole	B. the semi-detached houses
C. the Bristish Council building	D. the coach
40. What is NOT true accroding to the passage?
A. the author won a language course in England
B. the author met a kind lady when she first arrived in Parkston
C. the author was supprised by the enthusiastic help of the Bristish driver
D. the author thinks that everyday English expressions have no practical values

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