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Đề Thi Học Kì 2 Môn Tiếng Anh Lớp 11 Năm 2020-2021 (Có Đáp Án)

1. Đề thi học kì 2 môn Tiếng Anh lớp 11 - Sở GD&ĐT Quảng Nam

MULTIPLE CHOICE TEST (7.2 points)

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.

Question 1: A schooling                B. schappe                 C. skim                 D. skull

Question 2: A. slave                 B. island                 C. slim                 D. sleeping

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word in the following question.

Question 3: Solar energy is not only plentiful and infinite but also clean and safe.

A. sufficient                 B. unlimited                 C. countable                 D. inflexible

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

Question 4: The football match was so dull that most of the___________ left at half-time.

A. attendants                 B. audiences                 C. participants                 D. spectators

Question 5: Mr Dan, __________ is now teaching us English, has written several books.

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

Question 6: How to ___________ use of alternative sources of energy is a question for researchers all over the world.

A. have                 B. do                 C. make                 D. take

Question 7: The last person ____________ the room must turn off the light.

A. leave                 B. leaves                 C. leaving                 D. to leave

Question 8: The band was playing rather well, but one of the guitars sounded a little out of _____ .

A. tune                 B. song                 C. way                 D. work

Question 9: Is this the article about _____________ you are talking ?

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

Question 10: Only one of the people _____________ was qualified for the job.

A. interviewed                 B. interviewing                 C. to interview                 D. to be interviewed

Question 11: We offer a very _____________ rate for parcels of under 15 kg.

A. competitively                 B. compete                 C. competitive                 D. competition

Question 12: That’s the house _____________ .

A. I used to live in it                 B. who I used to live in it                 C. whom I used to live in it                 D. I used to live in

Question 13: Human beings are adding more and more pollutants ___________ the environment.

A. from                 B. for                 C. on                 D. to

Question 14: It was Mr. Harding ___________ was sent the bill by my secretary yesterday.

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

Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response or question to complete each of the following exchanges.

Question 15: Lucy is talking to Peter about the measures to protect the nature:

-Lucy: “I think zoos and national parks should be established to save animals and plants.”

-Peter: “_________________.”

A. I couldn’t agree with you more                                    B. I don’t like zoos or national parks

C. It’s my pleasure to save animals                                 D. You are right. Zoos are like national parks

Question 16: John and Mary are talking about their hobbies.

- John: “Which do you prefer, collecting stamps or keeping fish?”

- Mary: “ ___________________________ .”

A. Neither. I like reading books                                                 B. Both. They are useless

C. Yes. Collecting stamps is popular                                         D. Yes, I like them

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.

Today, wild animals and the wild places where they live are seriously threatened almost everywhere. One species has become extinct in each year of this century. But many hundreds are now in danger. The speed of the extinction of species has been faster than ever before. Hunting is no longer the major cause of mass extinction, although rare birds and animals continue to be butchered for their skin, feathers, tusks, and internal organs, or taken as savage pets. The main reason of the extinction comes from the destruction of the natural habitat where wild plants, animals, and insects need to survive. As a result, many species of animals, birds and even insects are at risk of disappearing from the Earth. The draining and damming of wetland and river courses threatens the aquatic food chain and our own seafood industry. Overfishing and the destruction of fragile coral reefs destroy ocean biodiversity. Deforestation has caused serious damage of natural habitat which animals rely on to survive, particularly in the tropics which the most global biodiversity is at stake in. The immense tropical forests that are known as the lungs of the earth are being destroyed by human activities such as building hydroelectric dams across rivers, agricultural cultivation, ... ect, such species disappear forever.

Question 17: Which is no longer considered a major cause of the mass extinction?

A. The building of dams across rivers                                     B. The destruction of habitats of species

C. The destruction of tropical rainforests                                 D. The killing of animals for their body parts

Question 18: The word butchered in line 5 is closest in meaning to _____.

A. killed                 B. fed                 C. cooked                 D. raised

Question 19: All of the following are mentioned as a form of habitat destruction EXCEPT _____ .

A. destroying coral reefs                                                             B. cutting down forests

C. damming wetlands and rivers                                                 D. hunting rare birds and animals

Question 20: The passage mainly discusses ________.

A. human activities and their impact on species of animals

B. the ways in which species disappear

C. the mass extinction of species today

D. deforestation as a major cause of mass extinctions of species

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.

The Asian Games take place every four years. The spirit of the Asian Games has been built up over a long period of time, spreading the messages of unity, (21) _________, and friendship through competitive sports. It helps to establish the relationships among individual (22)_______, coaches, trainers, officials, volunteers and spectators who come together from many different backgrounds and cultures. Just 11 countries and regions with 489 athletes participated in the 1st Asian Games in New Delhi in 1951, with only six sports. The 15th Asian Games took place (23)_________ December 1st to December 15th,2006, in Doha, the capital of Qatar. More than 10,000 athletes, who (24) _______ 45 countries and regions, took part in 39 sports and 424 events of the games. Some new events such as chess and triathlon were also included in the Games.

Question 21: A. warmth                 B. warm                 C. warmly                 D. warmer

Question 22: A. viewers                 B. audiences                 C. partners                 D. athletes

Question 23: A. in                                 B. on                                 C. from                                 D. at

Question 24: A. consisted                 B. represented                 C. played                 D. attended

WRITING TEST (2.8 points)

Combine the two sentences as directed in brackets. Write your answers on your answer sheet.

Question 25: The Town Hall was spacious and modern. I first met my wife in it. (use: where)

____________________________________________________________________________

Question 26: The experiment was successful. He conducted it at Da Nang University. (begin with: The experiment he ___________ )

____________________________________________________________________________

Question 27: I got the present from the woman. She was very hospitable. (use: from whom)

____________________________________________________________________________

Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the one printed before it. Write your answers on your answer sheet.

Question 28: My sister was the only person that was invited to the party.

The only person to _____________________________________________________________

Question 29: The 14th Asian Games took place in Busan, Korea.

It was in Busan, Korea ________________________________________________________

Question 30: The apartment overlooking the park is more expensive than this one.

The apartment which _________________________________________________________

Question 31: She has just marked the day when she is going to visit the temple.

The day on which ____________________________________________________________


2. Đề thi học kì 2 môn Tiếng Anh lớp 11 - Trường THCS&THPT Trưng Vương

A. LISTENING: ( 2 points)

Part 1. Listen to the passage and decide whether the statements are True (T) or False (F):

1. ______ All colleges have their own impressive sports facilities.

2. ______ The most popular outdoor sports are football and tennis.

3. ______Motor racing is one of the popular sports in Britain.

4. ______ “ To play the game” means “ That’s not fair”.

5. ______ The most popular sport in Britain is football.

Part 2. Listen to Amanda talking to a friend about a birthday party. For each question, circle the best answer (A, B, C). You will hear the conversation twice:

6. Ecology is the study of______

A. human beings and animals                                                 B. the environment and solar energy

C. natural and alternative resources                                        D. human beings and their environment

7. The natural environment consists of______

A. the oceans and the land                                                           B. the sun and the air

C. all natural resources                                                                 D. the air and the oceans

8. If the resource can be______, it is called renewable.

A. burnt quickly                 B. used easily                 C. divided properly                 D. replaced quickly

9. Grass for animals is a______ resource.

A. renewable                 B. nonrenewable                 C. limited                 D. clean

10. According to the passage, coal is nonrenewable because it takes ______to make it.

A. billions of years                 B. millions of years                 C. three million years                 D. three billion years

B. LANGUAGE FOCUS: (2 points)

@ Pick out the word with the underlined part pronounced differently from the others:

11. A. promoted                 B. ranked                 C. situated                 D. proceeded

12. A. chamber                 B. belongings                 C. tomb                 D. block

@ Pick out the word that has the stress pattern differently from that of the others:

13. A. structure                 B. transport                 C. surpass                 D. involve

@ Choose the best option of words to complete the sentences:

14. A visit to the Great wall will certainly bring tourists great ______ in each step of the wall.

A. excite                 B. exciting                 C. excitement                 D. excited

15. After a lot of difficulty, he ______ open the door

A. can                 B. was able to                 C. could                 D. had to

16. The Great Pyramid of Gaza is one of the famous man-made wonders of the world.

A. artificial                 B. natural                 C. modern                 D. eternal

17. She will be flying to New York this time tomorrow, ______ ?

A. will she                 B. won’t she                 C. is she                 D. isn’t she

18. In a ______ in Japan ,people of all ages wanted to travel into space.

A. discovery                 B. election                 C. interview                 D. survey

19. Prisoner …………… to have escaped by climbing over a wall.

A. thinks                 B. thought                 C. is thinking                 D. is thought

20. The man showed us the cage ______ he kept a fierce lion.

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

C. READING: (2 points)

I. Choose the word or phrase- a, b, c or d - that best fits the blank space in the following passage.

Astronauts must be tied to something to prevent them floating around and bumping into equipment (21)__________ they sleep . They may sleep in their seats or in upright lockers or (22)__________ tie themselves to the wall in a sleeping bag. Sometimes they forget to strap down and end up floating around inside the ship, much to the amusement of their fellow crewmembers. On some missions all the crew sleep (23)__________ the same time but during others, they may work round the clock in two shifts. As their ship is traveling (24)__________ fast, they see a sunrise every 90 minutes. Many astronauts find it a difficult way to keep their body clock running smoothly and do not get a lot of sleep. Besides that some of them complain of flashes across their eyelids as they are (25)__________ to sleep caused by cosmic rays zipping through the ship. So although it might seem nice to have a weightless night's sleep it is not always possible in reality.

21. A.as                 B.because                 C.since                 D.so

22. A.simply                 B.approximately                 C.precisely                 D.attentively

23. A.on                 B.at                 C.in                 D.for

24. A.such                 B.much                 C.so                 D.too

25. A.wanting                 B.needing                 C.liking                 D.trying

II. Read the passage carefully, then choose the correct answers.

The scarcity of tigers and African elephants is more and more serious. They are endangered because poachers hunt them in order to sell tiger pelts and elephant ivory.

At least 4,000 elephants are killed each year in order to meet the global demand for ivory, which is used to make carvings, jewelry and other products although it is illegal to sell ivory since 1989 anywhere.

“Americans should be aware that there is still a problem with elephant poaching and loss to the illegal ivory trade,” Ginette Hemley, Fund’s vice president for species conservation, told The Washington Post in September. And so our message is “Don’t buy it, and don’t take that chance”.

A Wildlife Fund report states that the United States seized 8,300 illegal ivory items between 1995 and 2002. Each week there are about 1,000 ivory auctions, the report said.

As for tigers, their parts are used in traditional Chinese medicine. Tiger bones are used as a pain reliever in traditional medicine. Even tiger’s whiskers are sold because some people in Asia think they are a good-luck charm – like a rabbit’s foot in the United States. “Part of our job is education,” said Professor Dillon. “ The other part is law enforcement. So we have more than one strategy.”

26. Hunters poach tigers for their _______

A. ivory                 B. pelts                 C. carving                 D. jewelry

27. Which sentence is NOT true?

A. Elephants are hunted for their ivory.                                                 B. It is legal to sell ivory everywhere.

C. There are about 4,000 elephants killed each year.                          D. Elephant ivory is used to made jewelry.

28. The word it in line 8 referred to _______

A. an elephant                 B. a tiger                 C. tiger pelts                 D. elephant ivory

29. The Chinese use parts of the tiger as_______

A. carving                 B. jewelry                 C. decoration                 D. medicine

30. According to Professor Dillon, _______

A. there is only one strategy to solve the problem

B. it is education that can help to solve the problem

C. we need both education and law enforcement to solve the problem

D. only law enforcement can help to solve the problem

D. WRITING: (2 points)

I. Rewrite these sentences without changing their original meanings:

31. I enjoyed the music. We listened to it after dinner.

→ I__________________________________________________________________

32. John, who was taken by surprise, hardly knew what to say.

→ John ____________________________________________________________________

33. Her father gave her a nice present on her birthday.

→ It was her father ______________________________________________

34. I haven’t been to the dentist’s for two years.

→ It’s __________________________________________________________________

35. It is reported that many people are homeless after the floods.

→ Many people___________________________________________________________

II. Write a paragraph (about 80 words) about your collection, real or imaginary, following these guidelines.

  • Name of your collection
  • When you started your collection
  • How you collect them
  • How you keep them
  • How you classify them
  • Why you collect them
  • Your plan in the future

3. Đề thi học kì 2 môn Tiếng Anh lớp 11 - Trường THPT Lương Ngọc Quyến

PHẦN TRẮC NGHIỆM

LISTENING: You will hear the recordings twice.

RECORDING 1: Listen to a sports instructor talking about five ASEAN Schools Games and decide whether the statements are true (T) or false (F) or not given (NG).

Question 1. ASG stands for ASEAN Schools Games, an event that is organized every two years in one of the ASEAN member states.

A. True                 B. False                 C. not given

Question 2. The ASG aims to establish and promote friendship among ASEAN students.

A. True                 B. False                 C. not given

Question 3. The ASG offers the ASEAN youth a chance to discuss current issues in the region.

A. True                 B. False                 C. not given

Question 4. Some of the teams went home empty-handed.

A. True                 B. False                 C. not given

RECORDING 2: Listen to the passage and choose the best answer.

Question 5. People in ___________ areas have to gather wood to use as fuel.

A. rural                 B. mountainous                 C. urban                 D. highland

Question 6. Biogas is mainly used for __________.

A. transport                 B. cooking                 C. heating                 D. both B and C

Question 7. The use of renewable energy sources in developing countries is__________

A. on the increase                 B. on the decrease                 C. change rapidly                 D. not improved

Question 8. In the future, ________ will be used as the main environmentally friendly sources.

A. the wind                 B. the water                 C. the sun                 D. both A and C

PRONUNCIATION

Choose the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.

Question 9. A. small                 B. supply                 C. sure                 D. species

Question 10. A. swimmer                 B. sword                 C. swallow                 D. swam

GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

Question 11. I just collect stamps from discarded envelopes.

A. thrown away                 B. given up                 C. got away                 D. done up

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

Question 12. The staff of the hotel are always sociable and courteous.

A. efficient                 B. rude                 C. helpful                 D. hard-working

Choose the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

Question 13. The Garment company was fined for _______ chemicals into the river.

A. discharging                 B. dumping                 C. producing                 D. exposing.

Question 14. This is a picture in the newspaper of a high jumper _______ leg was seriously hurt.

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

Question 15. Water is one of the most precious resources _____________ for our life.

A. we depend on which                 B. which we depend                 C. on which we depend                 D. on that we depend

Question 16. “You're late again, Peter.” – “____”

A. It's none of your business.                                                 B. Only 5 minutes left.

C. I'm sorry. My car was broken this morning.                        D. I expect not to be fired.

Mark the letter A, B, G, or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

Question 17. The 14th Asian games, holding in Korea in 2002, attracted many participants.

                                  A                                      B               C           D

Question 18. It was the girl which visited her grandparents last Sunday.

                         A          B        C                                 D

READING

Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.

Becoming a collector of something is very interesting. The most interesting is_______(19) stamps because there are so many to choose from. Stamps - collecting _______(20) a hobby of millions of people all over the world for more than some hundred years. Nobody_______(21) how many stamps there are in the world. The _______(22) problem of all for the beginner is just which stamps to collect, as there are so many and nobody could collect them all. Many people collect stamps of one country, perhaps the one they live_______(23) or small group of countries, or a theme. "Thematic collection" means gather all stamps in connection with an idea.

Question 19. A. collect                 B. collection                 C. collects                 D. collecting

Question 20. A. is being                 B. has been                 C. was                 D. is

Question 21. A. have known                 B. are knowing                 C. knows                 D. know

Question 22. A. big                 B. bigger                 C. most big                 D. biggest

Question 23. A. in                 B. of                 C. on                 D. at

Read the passage and choose the best option to answer the question.

We are all slowly destroying the earth. The seas and rivers are too dirty to swim in. There is so much smoke in the air that it is unhealthy to live in many of the world’s cities. In one well-known city, for example, poisonous gases from cars pollute the air so much that traffic policemen have to wear oxygen masks. We have cut down so many trees that there are now vast areas of waste-land all over the world. As a result, farmers in parts of Africa cannot grow enough to eat. In certain countries in Asia there is too little rice. Moreover, we do not take enough care of the countryside. Wild animals are quickly disappearing. For instant, tigers are rare in India now because we have killed too many for them to survive. However, it isn’t enough simply to talk about the problem. We must act now before it is too late to do anything about it. Join us now. Save the Earth. This is too important to ignore.

Question 24. The seas and rivers nowadays _____.

A. cannot be swum in          B. are less dirty than they used to be          C. are dirty enough to swim in          D. are contaminated

Question 25. Smoke _____.

A. is harmful to health                                                    B. is full of the big cities

C. leads to a healthy life                                                 D. makes life in big cities difficult

Question 26. In one well-known city, traffic policemen have to wear oxygen masks _____.

A. in order to protect themselves from being injured                  B. because there are so many cars on the streets

C. in spite of poisonous gases                                                    D. because of air pollution

Question 27. Why do farmers in parts of Africa and Asia not grow enough to eat?

A. Because many trees have been planted                                 B. Because people cut down many trees

C. Because there is too little rice                                                 D. Because there are large areas of land that cannot be used

Question 28. Wild animals are _____.

A. in danger of extinction                                                                 B. being protected from natural environment

C. killed so many that they cannot live in the forests                       D. so rare that they cannot survive

PHẦN TỰ LUẬN

Give the correct form of the words in the brackets

Question 29. The orchestra is very important for the...............................life of the city. (CULTURE)

Question 30. Gas and oil.....................................always increases in cold weather. (CONSUME)

Question 31. A back injury prevented active.....................................in any sports for a while. (PARTICIPATE)

Question 32. The Lake District offers...................................attractive areas in England. (SCENE)

Rewrite the following sentences without changing their meanings

Question 33. The woman who was seating behind me was eating popcorn. (Reduced relative clause)

-> The woman _____________________________________________________________

Question 34. Lan’ s mother got angry with her. (using Cleft sentence)

-> ______________________________________________________________

Question 35. Brad was the only person who discovered her secret. (Reduced relative clause)

-> Brad was _________________________________________________________________

Question 36. The teacher is Mr. Pike. We studied with him last year.

(Relative pronoun preceded by a preposition)

-> The teacher _______________________________________________________________.


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