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Đề thi giữa kỳ 2 môn Tiếng Anh lớp 12 năm học 2010-2011 (Mã đề 121)

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  1. THI GIỮA HỌC KỲ II – NIÊN KHÓA 2010-2011 (Đề thi có 4 trang) Môn: TIẾNG ANH – Khối: 12 Thời gian làm bài: 45 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề MÃ ĐỀ: 121 I/ Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others: 1. A. threaten B. healthy C. desert D. remain 2. A. mostly B. across C. although D. so 3. A. animals B. habitats C. dunes D. others II/ Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the others: 4. A. relative B. influence C. contribute D. separate 5. A. endanger B. extinction C. important D. temperature III/ Choose the word or phrase that best completes the following sentences: 6. They advised me … twice a year. A. to have my health examined B. having my health to be examined C. to have my health be examined D. having a doctor to examine my health 7. Helen: “Your hairstyle is terrific, Kathy!” – Kathy: “…” A. Maybe, I’m not sure. B. You’re welcome! C. That sounds great! D. Thanks. That’s a nice compliment! 8. The teacher told us that we … all the grammar points before the final exam. A. have to finish B. have finished C. had to finish D. will have to finish 9. Britney Spears is famous … her beautiful face and sweet voice. A. for B. by C. with D. in 10. Jeff: “May I borrow your dictionary for a while?” – Nancy: “…” A. You’re welcome. B. I’m sorry. I’m using it. C. Excuse me, I’m using it. D. Take it easy. 11. Something should be done to protect … species. A. dangerous B. harmful C. endangered D. unharmed 12. This morning the traffic was bad …. A. although we arrived on time B. but we arrived on time C. because of our arriving on time D. therefore we arrived on time 13. I understand your point of view. …, I don’t agree with it. A. Because B. So C. However D. Although 14. We understand the situation perfectly; you … explain further. A. must B. should C. mayn’t D. needn’t 15. X: “There are just a few rhinos left on earth.” – Y: “…” A. Well, I’m not sure if that’s true. B. Don’t mention it. C. Yes, let’s do it. D. That’s all right. ĐỂ THI GIỮA HK2 MÔN TIẾNG ANH KHỐI 12 – NK 2010-2011/ MÃ ĐỀ 121 Page 1 of 4
  2. 16. X: “Bye.” – Y: “…” A. Thank you. B. See you lately. C. Meet you again. D. See you later. 17. Today people know that forest … is necessary to the protection of environment. A. conversation B. conservation C. reduction D. exploitation 18. Developments in micro technology … a huge influence on various aspects of our lives. A. are B. makes C. does D. have 19. Is desert … a big problem today? A. preservation B. reserve C. expansion D. protection 20. … efforts they have made, they still don’t get what they want. A. No matter what B. However C. No matter how D. Although 21. Your children … not to speak to strangers. A. must have warned B. need to warn C. should be warned D. may be not warned 22. “What animals are … extinction?” asked my students. A. out of danger B. in danger of C. dangerous D. on the danger 23. The Simpson Desert was … Simpson, President of the South Australian Branch of the Royal Geographical Society of Australia. A. named after B. called by C. nominated by D. explored for 24. Although many people are aware of the importance of a clean and safe environment, they are damaging it. A. Although many people are aware of the importance of a clean and safe environment but they are damaging it. B. Many people are aware of the importance of a clean and safe environment. However, they are damaging it. C. Although they are damaging it, many people are aware of the importance of a clean and safe environment. D. They are damaging it but many people are aware of the importance of a clean and safe environment. 25. If you had taken your parents’ advice, you would have been successful. A. Although you had taken your parents’ advice, you wouldn’t have been successful. B. Because you had taken your parents’ advice, you would have been successful. C. You didn’t take your parents’ advice, so you didn’t succeed. D. You weren’t successful; therefore, you would have taken your parents’ advice. 26. Do scientists consider that kind of animals rare species? A. Does that kind of animals consider to be rare species? B. Is that kind of animals considered rare species by scientists? C. Are that kind of animals considered to be rare species by scientists? D. Do that kind of animals consider rare species by scientists? 27. We are learning English …. A. although we want to get good grades B. because we want to get better jobs C. but we want to study foreign languages D. however it is a subject at school ĐỂ THI GIỮA HK2 MÔN TIẾNG ANH KHỐI 12 – NK 2010-2011/ MÃ ĐỀ 121 Page 2 of 4
  3. 28. My father is very busy. …. A. However, he is always willing to give a hand with the housework B. Despite that, he never has time to spend with us C. Because he often goes away on business D. Therefore he always does the housework for my mother 29. High school students … for their future jobs before leaving school. A. may have been prepared B. should be well-prepared C. must have prepared D. will prepare 30. If you enjoy reading stories about love affairs, a … is the right book for you. A. romance B. thriller C. science D. biography 31. Many students lose marks simply because they do not read the questions carefully. A. Many students do not read the questions carefully therefore they lose marks simply. B. Because of not reading the questions carefully, many students lose marks. C. Because of reading the careless questions, many students lose marks. D. Because of not reading the questions carefully, marks are lost simply by many students. 32. Many new schools … this year. A. are going to be built B. are gone to build C. are going to build D. are been going to build 33. I don’t know where John is; he … in the garden. A. should be B. need to be C. must be D. may be 34. “… I go out for a few minutes?” A. Should B. Must C. May D. Would 35. When you … and see her at this time tomorrow, she … the piano. A. will come/plays B. come/is playing C. will come/will be playing D. come/ may be playing 36. What would happen …? A. if there is no water B. unless there is no pollution C. unless there had forests D. if there were no plants and animals on earth 37. A number of wildlife habitat reserves … to protect animal species. A. have established B. have been established C. has established D. has been established IV/ Identify the mistake in the following sentences: 38. Plant and animal extinction leads a loss of biodiversity. A B C D 39. In the northern part of the Simpson Desert, the dunes are parallel and separate by corridors of low, A B C open shrubland. D 40. Some people think that as more and more people have TV in their homes so fewer and fewer A B C people will buy books to read. D ĐỂ THI GIỮA HK2 MÔN TIẾNG ANH KHỐI 12 – NK 2010-2011/ MÃ ĐỀ 121 Page 3 of 4
  4. V/ Read the following passage and choose the most suitable option among A, B, C and D to fill each numbered blank From recent (41) … we now know that crocodiles (42) … an extremely unusual form of haemoglobin – the substance which carries oxygen in the blood. As a result, this has a direct (43) … on the length of time they can hold their breath and consequently their ability to stay underwater for a long time. This is very important (44) … they drown their victims by holding them underwater. When crocodiles hold their breath, their bodies produce a chemical signal which makes their haemoglobin give off more of its oxygen than usual. Crocodiles can then (45) … that oxygen without any need to breathe in more air. 41. A. studies B. research C. researchers D. study 42. A. consist of B. belong to C. possess D. produce 43. A. affect B. effect C. result D. cause 44. A. because B. although C. however D. so 45. A. create B. produce C. use D. make VI/ Read the following passage and choose the best answer to the questions below Within the last 100 years, deserts have been growing at a frightening speed. This is partly because of natural changes, but the greatest desert makers are humans. There are actually four kinds of deserts: hot, dry deserts; cold deserts; semiarid deserts; and coastal deserts. Cold deserts are located near the Arctic region of the world. Very few plants or animals can survive in these deserts. Therefore, only a few people live there – they are mostly scientists. Hot deserts, however, are homes to many more people and different kinds of animals. Animals that live in the desert hide out under rocks or in burrows during the day because of the heat, so people do not often see them. 46. Deserts have been growing at a frightening speed in the last 100 years … A. only because of natural changes. B. partly because of human activities. C. only because of human activities. D. partly because of natural changes. 47. According to the passage, cold deserts are located near … A. the Artic region of the world. B. the Atlantic of the world. C. the Pacific of the world. D. the Indian of the world. 48. It can be learned from the passage that … A. there are many valuable kinds of animals in cold deserts. B. cold deserts are homes to many peoples, plants and animals. C. very few plants and animals can survive in cold deserts. D. most scientists are living in cold deserts. 49. It can be inferred from the passage that … A. animals in hot deserts can be found mostly under rocks or in burrows in the night. B. animals and people in hot deserts can be found mostly under rocks or in burrows in the day. C. people can find animals mostly under rocks or in burrows in hot deserts during the day. D. animals and people can be found nowhere in hot deserts because of the heat during the day. 50. We learn from the passage that … A. there are only two main kinds of deserts. B. there are four kinds of deserts. C. hot deserts are more important than cold deserts. D. there are actually five kinds of deserts – hot, dry, cold, semiarid and coastal deserts. THE END ĐỂ THI GIỮA HK2 MÔN TIẾNG ANH KHỐI 12 – NK 2010-2011/ MÃ ĐỀ 121 Page 4 of 4
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