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  1. YEN HOA HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION OF ENGLISH SCHOOL YEAR: 2018-2019 IN PREPARATION FOR THE FIRST TERM TEST GRADE 11 A. AREAS OF REVISION I. VOCABULARY: II. WRITING: Vocabulary topics (1). Sentence transformation 1. Themes from Units 1, 2, 3 and 4 (2). Sentence building - the generation gap III. GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURES: - relationships (1). Modal Verbs - becoming independent (2).Linking verbs - caring for those in need (3).Verb tenses 2. Extended vocabulary (4).Cleft sentences - health and fitness (5).To V form after N, Adj - education and learning IV. READING B. PRACTICE B1: TỰ LUẬN Exercise 1: Complete the sentences by changing the word in capitals when this is necessary 1. I passed the exam but I am still waiting to get my ……………….(CERTIFY) 2. Have you done any …………………………..(REVISE) for the test? 3. Please pay …………………………….(ATTEND), Rita, when I am explaining what your homework is. 4. I spent a long time on the maths problems but I still came up with the wrong …………………(SOLVE) 5. One of my classmates was suspended for a week for bad …………………(BEHAVE) 6. Well, Mrs. Turner, you will be pleased to hear that Georgia has made a big ……………………………(IMPROVE) in geography. 7. I am hoping to study English …………………..(LITERATE) at university. 8. The Braille alphabet has been one of the greatest………………… in human history. (INVENT) 9. Everyone can help the needy by making a………………… to a charity organization. (DONATE) 10. We couldn't hear anything because of the………………… noise of the drums the next-door neighbors were playing. (DEAF) 11. During summer holidays, university students are willing to take part in providing education for children in remote and………………… areas. (MOUNTAIN) 12. A hearing aid or deaf aid is a device which is………………… to improve hearing. (DESIGN) 13. It was essential for him to be financially………………… of his parents, so he decided to find a part- time job. (DEPEND) 14. We've divided the group report into three parts and you're………………… for the conclusion one. (RESPONSE) 15. Our enterprise is seeking for candidates who are………………… and hard-working. (RELY) Exercise 2: Use the word given in capitals at the end of each line to form a word that fits in the gap in the same line. The no-surgery solution These days, it seems there is an (1)………………. for everything. Whether you OPERATE want something made smaller or you want to (2)…………… your best features, EMPHASIS you can bet that plastic surgery (3)…………………claim to have the solution. We SURGERY at BodySculpt know, though, that you don’t want the (4)………..associated with COMFORT surgery. But you can’t enjoy the (5)……………. effect without going under the BENEFIT knife, can you? Yes! No need for (6)………………. procedures with a long SURGERY 1
  2. (7)…………….. period! Our unique service consists of a series of RECOVER (8)……………………. that will give you the results you have always wanted! Call INJECT now and speak to one of our (9)…………….. OPERATE Exercise 3: Rewrite the following sentences using the cleft structure “It + be + that…..” 1. Welsh boys gave hand-carved wooden spoons to girls as a symbol of their love. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 2. Dating was done around a bonfire within China’s Dai ethnic group. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 3. Many teenagers spend a lot of time thinking and talking about being in a relationship. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 4. Friends can have a great influence on teens’ choices. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 5. Teenagers are going through lots of physical and emotional changes at high school …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 6. Your family plays a big part in the way your child thinks about teenage relationships. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Exercise 4: Rewrite the sentences, using the nouns in brackets and a to-infinitive so that the new sentences have the closest meaning to the given ones. 1. If you don’t want to cook, invest in a microwave. (DESIRE) …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 2. We should be able to take a leadership role within group situations (ABILITY) …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 3. Action Priority Matrix can help you prioritize effectively. (TOOL) …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 4. To use a time log is useful for eliminating wasted time. (WAY) …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 5. You can ask your tutor if you may submit an assignment late if necessary. (PERMISSION) …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 6. Managing your time is very important for you to succeed in your study (ELEMENT) …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 7. The school library is suitable for you to escape from distractions. (VENUE) …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 8. Do you think it is ideal for you to send that email confirming your holiday dates? (TIME) …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Exercise 5: Combine the sentences using “adjective + for somebody + to- infinitive” 1. Parents can help build a child’s independence by encouraging good habits. It is very important. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 2. Customers have to read fabric care labels and recognize which clothes require dry cleaning. It is necessary. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 3. Parents pick their children up from school. It is both urgent and important …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 4. Students learn to prioritize their tasks. It is essential. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 5. All of us focus and concentrate on one thing at a time. It is reasonable. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… Exercise 6: Complete the sentences with the past simple or present perfect of the verbs in brackets. 2
  3. 1. Some districts in Ho Chi Minh City (not have) …………………….enough schools to give disabled children a good education in the last decade. 2. Up to now, many parents of disabled children (not have)……………….. the awareness and skills to help their children to develop and integrate into society. 3. In the last school year, some parents (prevent) ………………..their normal children from having the opportunity to interact with disabled children. 4. But the situation (recently/change)…………………….. 5. Since the last meeting, parents of normal children (have)………………………sympathy for disabled children. 6. Education for children with disabilities (meet)…………………………. a lot of difficulty in the past. 7. The authorities (recently/make)………………. considerable effort to improve the situation. 8. So far, the centre (receive) ………………. most of the funds for educating the disabled from local and foreign charities. Exercise 7: You are having dinner with people you don’t know well. Which of the things below SHOULD you do and which SHOULN’T you do in your culture. 1. You …………….. speak with your mouth full. 2. You …………….. wait for the others before you start eating 3. You …………….. eat with your fingers 4. You …………….. make a noise when you drink something 5. You …………….. use a spoon for soup 6. You …………….. put your chopsticks and spoons on the plate when you finish. Exercise 8: Choose the correct modal verbs to complete the sentences 1. In a park you (must/mustn’t)……………. walk on the grass. 2. On a bus, you (must/mustn’t)…………….. talk to the driver 3. in a library, students (may/must)…………….. borrow up to six books 4. In an exam, students (must/mustn’t)…………….. answer all the questions. 5. To ride a motorbike, students (must/have to)…………….. be over 16 years old 6. In a hotel, guests (must/have to)…………….. use the exit only in an emergency. Exercise 9: Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one. Use the word given. 1. This TV is too expensive for us to buy at the moment. (AFFORD) We……………………………………………………………………………………….this TV at the moment. 2. Peter’s idea was to stay in and watch a movie on TV. (SUGGESTED) Peter ………………………………………………………………………………………. a movie on TV. 3. She forgot to post the letter (REMEMBER) She ……………………………………………………………………………………….the letter. 4. I will never forget lying on the beach in Mykonos. (ALWAYS) I……………………………………………………………………………………….on the beach in Mykonos. B2: TRẮC NGHIỆM Exercise 1: Choose the best answers to complete the sentence 1. Tom sounded ……………. when I spoke to him on the phone A. angry B. angrily C. to be angry D. to be angrily 2. The garden looks …………….since you tidied it up A. better B. well C. more good D. more well 3. Your English is improving. It is getting ………………… A. well B. good C. much well D. clearly 4. The chef tasted the meat ………………..before presenting it to the president. A. cautious B. more cautious C. cautiously D. much cautious 3
  4. 5. He did not come and she looked rather ………………… 6. I will feel …………………when my exams are over A. happily B. more happily C. happy D. more happy 7. Although the dish smelt …………………, he refused to eat saying that he was not hungry. A. bad B. good C. well D. worse 8. The fish tastes…………………. I won’t eat it A. awful B. awfully C. more awfully D. as awful 9. The situation looks ………………. We must do something A. good B. well C. bad D. badly 10. He seemed to me a bit …………………..today. A. badly B. awfully C. strangely D. strange Exercise 2: Pronunciation Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others in each line: 1. A. bush B. rush C. pull D. lunar 2. A. bought B. sought C. drought D. fought 3. A. tells B. talks C. stays D. steals 4. A. thunder B. prefer C. grocer D. louder 5. A. killed B. cured C. crashed D. waived 6. A. established B. worked C. stretched D. invented 7. A. helps B. provides C. documents D. laughs 8. A. match B. chair C. character D. church Exercise 3: Word stress Choose the word that has stress pattern different from that of the other words: 1. A. content B. patient C. predict D. mature 2. A. consider B. tolerant C. tropical D. colorful 3. A. argument B. employee C. recognize D. difference 4. A. chemical B. alcohol C. document D. determine 5. A. contaminate B. artificial C. intelligent D. encouragement 6. A. exceptions B. uncertainty C. identifier D. disappointments 7. A. promise B. forgive C. succeed D. survive 8. A. energy B. ancestry C. provision D. continent 9. A. appointment B. strawberry C. powerful D. cucumber 10. A. report B. orbit C. promise D. schedule Exercise 4: Choose the best answer to complete the sentences 1. She had changed so much that ___________ anyone recognized her A. almost B. not C. hardly D. nearly 2. The ___________ people he looks up to are his grandparents. A. just B. only C. were D. bare 3. My car isn’t ___________. It’s always letting me down. A. believable B. reliable C. trusty D. unreliable 4. The ___________ of days in a week is seven A. amount B. number C. figure D. sum 5. A new Minister for Agriculture has been ___________ A. determined B. admitted C. assumed D. appointed 6. You’ve had a ___________ escape. I thought you’d never get away from him A. near B. close C. narrow D. short 7. The passport she carried was___________ A. false B. imitation C. artificial D. untrue 4
  5. 8. Please call the doctor if the victim is ___________ hurt. A. serious B. bad C. badly D. getting 9. ___________ he was sick, he still turned up for his guitar lesson. A. Because B. Since C. Although D. Despite 10. We have just been told some ___________ news. A. surprised B. surprising C. astonished D. astonishing 11. That wasn’t a true story. I just ___________ it up. A. put B. made C. got D. did 12. Then September 11, 2001 came as a remarkable point in American history when the Twin Towers ______ again. A. were attacking B. were attacked C. had attacked D. had attack 13. He’d rather ___________ a hot beverage during a meal A. I not have B. I did not have C. I do not have D. I had not 14. ___________I love you, I cannot let you have any more money. A. Much as B. Whether C. Also D. However 15. It was in this house ___________ A. where I was born B. in which I was born C. that I was born D. I was born in 16. We can ___________ the difficulty very easily. A. get off B. get through C. get away D. overcome 17. Not until late 1960s ___________ on the moon A. that Americans walked B. did Americans walk C. when did Americans walk D. when Americans walked 18. Would you like to go to the movies tomorrow? Sure. By then I ___________ my exam. A. will finish B. finished C. will have finished D. have finish 19. He had to explain the lesson very clearly ___________ A. in order that his students can understand B. so that his students to understand it C. in order to his students to understand it D. for his students in order to understand it 20. Mary spent most her money ___________ the help for the poor. A. on B. with C. in D. with 21. ……………, he was unharmed after being hit by lightning. A. Consequently B. Finally C. Cautiously D. Miraculously 22. I think it’s a bit …….. to hope that we can beat them easily. They are much younger and better. A. reality B. really C. realized D. unreal 23. Nobody can approve of his ……….. to work. He is so irresponsible. A. character B. behavior C. attitude D. manner 24. The old man is …….. of walking 100 meters by himself. A. inexperienced B. incapable C. unable D. immature 25. I ……….. an important phone call from America. Could you tell me when it comes? A. had expected B. have been expecting C. expected D. am expecting 26. I …………… a better job and I am going to accept it. A. was offering B. have been offered C. was going to be offered D. am offering 27. Why are you whispering to each other? If you have something important …, say it aloud to all of us. A. to say B. said C. saying D. say 28. You look so tired! You ………….out too late last night. A. had to be B. should have been C. had been D. must have been 5
  6. 29. In many countries there are national companies belonging to the state, ……. private companies. A. including B. as well C. together with D. but also 30. We all know that it is important …. medical directions to be understood clearly. A. with B. for C. of D. in 31. ………… chooses to be honest is, certainly, nearer to God. A. Anyone B. Who C. Anyone of us D. Whoever 32. Since I came here, I…………a lot of acquaintances A. have had B. had C. have D. am having 33. “Thank you very much for a lovely party”. –“………………….” A. Have a good day B. You are welcome C. Thanks D. Cheers 34. That honest man always speaks ……………. is true even if it is bitter. A. that it B. that C. what D. which 35. The progress made in computer technology …………. the early 1960s is remarkable. A. in B. for C. since D. during 36. Children receive its early………….. at home so parents should buy some ……….. magazines to put them in the bookcase. A. educational/ educate B. educational/ education C. education/ educational D. education/ educated 37. “What kind of work would you like?”-……………………. A. Is there a good chance of promotion? B. I’m good at computing C. Any time after next week D. Anything to do with computers 38. We should ….. every chance we have to speak English. A. make use of B. make a use of C. make uses of D. make the use of 39. At this moment, the team ….. the game among themselves. A. has been discussing B. have discussing C. are discussing D. is discussing 40. The government ______ the earthquake victims with food, clothes and medicine. A. gave B. provided C. offered D. carried 41. Do you think a close friend should share joy and sadness … you? A. with B. on C. at D. between 42. “What are you going to do this weekend?” - ….. . A. It's a good idea B. We plan to visit my grandparents C. I'm very tired D. I don't like going out 43. I am sure they will be very……….. at your success. A. delight B. delighted C. delighting D. delightful Exercise 5: Choose the option that needs correcting in each sentence: 1. It is becoming extremely difficult to grow enough to feed the worlds rapidly increased population. A. It B. extremely difficult C. to feed D. increased population 2. We educate our children as well as we can, because an educational population is the key to future. A. as well as B. an C. educational population D. to 3. The more frequent you exercise, the greater physical endurance you will have. A. frequent B. exercise C. greater D. will have 4. It is believed that in the near future robots will be used to doing things such as cooking. A. It B. the near future C. be used to doing D. such as 5. Robots in the home might not be enough creative to do the cooking, plan the meal and so on. A. the home B. might C. enough creative D. do 6. John announced that he could not longer tolerate the conditions of the contract under which he was working. A. that B. not longer C. of D. under which 6
  7. 7. Mary was determined to leave the office by 4:30 for catching the early train home. A. to leave B. by C. for catching D. home 8 Their free trip, which they won on a television game show, include four days in London and a week in Paris. A. which B. on C. include D. a 9. I want to live for hundred years. A B C D 10. The little boy’s mother bought him a five - speeds racing bicycle for his birthday. A B C D Exercise 6: Choose the sentence that is closest in meaning to the given one: 1. If I hadn't had so much work to do I would have gone to the movies. A. I never go to the movies if I have work to do. B. I would go to the movies when I had done so much work. C. A lot of work couldn't prevent me from going to the movies. D. Because I had to do so much work I couldn't go to the movies. 2. Tom has the ability to be a professional musician, but he's too lazy to practice. A. He is able to practice music lessons professionally though he is lazy. B. As a professional musician he is not lazy to practice music lessons. C. He is talented but he'll never be a professional musician as he doesn't practice. D. Though practicing lazily, he is a professional musician. 3. She couldn’t find the classroom until after the class had begun. A. She went to the wrong class. B. She was late for class because she had got lost. C. She missed the class. D. She had some trouble finding the class but she arrived on time. 4. The book costs $15, 50 but I have only $14, 50. A. I have more than enough money to pay for the book. B. The book costs a little more than I have with me. C. I have just enough money to pay for the book. D. I need a few more dollars to pay for the book. 5. My father likes nothing better than fishing on a hot, summer day. A. My father doesn't like fishing on a hot, summer day. B. Although he likes fishing he doesn't want to do it on a hot, summer day. C. Fishing is my father's favorite enjoyment on a hot, summer day. D. Fishing is better than doing nothing on a hot, summer day. 6. The last time I played football was in 1991. A.I haven’t played football in 1991 B. I haven’t played football since 1991 C.I didn’t play football in 1991 D.I last played football since 1991 7. Shall we go for a walk? A. What about go for a walk? B. What about going for walk? C. What about going a walk? D. What about going for a walk? 8. We didn’t recognize him until he came into the light. A. It was not until we recognized him that he came into the light. B. It was not until he came into the light that we recognized him. C. It was not until we didn’t recognize him that he came into the light. A. It was not until he came into the light that we didn’t recognize him. 7
  8. Exercise 7: Choose the best sentence from the words given: 1. person’s choice / occupation / probably / most important / ever have / made A. A person’s choice of occupation is probably the most important one that ever has to be made. B. A person’s choice about occupation is probably most important one to have ever made. C. A person’s choice from occupation is probably the most important one ever has to be made. D. A person’s choice among occupation is probably most important ever having made. 2. my opinion / unfair / women / more duties / husbands A. According to my opinion it is unfair when women have more duties than their husbands. B. In my opinion it is unfair that women have more duties than their husbands. C. My opinion is unfair for women to have more duties than their husbands. D. My opinion, which seems to be unfair, is that women should have more duties than their husbands. 3. Mary / not stand / kept / wait / such / long A. Mary can’t stand being kept to wait such a long time. B. Mary can’t stand be kept waiting for such a long time. C. Mary can’t stand being kept waiting for such a long time. D. Mary doesn’t stand to be kept waiting for such long time. 4. As / as I / concerned / you / call / police A. As much as I concerned you should call police. B. As far as I am concerned, you should call the police. C. As long as I’m concerned, you call the police. D. As far as I’m concerned, you call police. 5. What / population / of / Ho Chi Minh City? A. What Ho Chi Minh s population is it? B. What is the population of Ho Chi Minh City? C. What makes the population in Ho Chi Minh City? D. What population is in the Ho Chi Minh City? 6. I / pass / test / matter / hard / be A. I will pass the test no matter how hard it is. B. I will pass the test no matter how hard is it. C. I will pass the test no matter what it is hard. D. I will pass the test no matter what hard is it. Exercise 8: Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer. Volunteering can be the experience of a lifetime and for some people it is a life changing experience. Volunteer Bolivia is the international volunteer organization that combines a volunteer service learning experience with a program for an unforgettable intercultural experience. They offer an affordable way for you to experience a foreign country while lending a hand. Their variety of community volunteer positions provide you with the opportunity to make new friends, define a new career, develop new skills, and share your skills with others. Short term volunteers are a crucial part of their program allowing you to fulfill the needs of a variety of children's centers scattered around the region. These centers provide services for children. Long term volunteers, are those who stay with them more than five months, speak intermediate Spanish and are specialized volunteers who have an expertise that matches their Bolivian colleagues needs. Many long term volunteers contribute in a collaboratively designed: volunteer position such as helping in the office, translating, and working with the Bolivian staff. If you have a specialized skill, they can place you in your profession. Long term volunteers have also contributed as healthcare workers, physical therapists, graphic designers, by teaching advanced computer skills or in project development. 1. According to the writer, volunteer work is __________ 8
  9. A. a combination B. an experience C. an organization D. a lifetime 2. If you take part in Volunteer Bolivia, you have a chance A. to work in a foreign country B. to lose your career C. to work in your hometown D. to change experience 3. According to the passage, A. there is only one kind of volunteers B. there are two kinds of volunteers: long term volunteers and short term volunteers C. volunteers are not allowed to make friends D. if you are a short term volunteer you will work with patients 4. The word crucial in line 9 means __________ A. necessary B. not easy C. very difficult D. important 5. Long term volunteers work as A. designers B. professors C. healthcare workers B. teachers of English Exercise 9: Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase. The program is set up in Cokato, which is (1) ___________ in eastern India on the east bank of the River Hooghly. The city has a (2) ___________ of almost 5 million, the fourth (3) ___________ in India. Volunteers will need to (4) ___________ a taxi from the airport (5) ___________ their own expense. You will be met by a member of their (6) ___________ and taken to the guest house. Volunteers are accommodated in shared rooms and will need (7) ___________ public transport to get to the various placement sites. (8) ___________ a volunteer in India you must be at (9) __________ 18 years of age - the upper age limit is 60 and in good health, must be a native speaker of English or can speak English (10) __________, must be enthusiastic and have cultural sensitivity and respect. 1. A. located B. laid C. lain D. put 2. A. people B. person C. population D. dweller 3. A. large B. larger C. largest D. the largest 4. A. use B. take C. keep D. do 5. A. in B. for C. with D. at 6. A. organize B. organization C. cognizable D. organizational 7. A. to use B. use C. using D. for used 8. A. To B. With C. As D. For 9. A. last B. least C. late D. latest 0. A. quickly B. carefully C. hardly D. fluently 9
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