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  1. SỞ GD & ĐT ĐỒNG NAI ĐỀ KIỂM TRA HỌC KỲ II LỚP 12 TRƯỜNG THPT TÂY SƠN MÔN : TIẾNG ANH – NĂM HỌC: 2019- 2020 Thời gian: 60 phút ( Đề này gồm 50 câu trắc nghiệm, 5 trang) I. LISTENING (2 points) a. Listen to the NEWS and choose the best answers. (1 point) Question 01: In ………leaders from 51 countries met in San Francisco, California and organized the United Nations (often called the UN). A. 1845 B. 1854 C. 1945 D.1954 Question 02: People hoped they could build a future of world ……through this new organization. A. development B. modernization C. peace D. happiness Question 03: To work together for international peace and ……….. international problems. A. to deal with B. to solve C. to work D. to cope with Question 04: How many main goals are mentioned in the listening tape? A. one B. two C. three D. four Question 05: Which country was the UN founded? A. in England B. in The USA C. in Switzerland D. in Russia b. Listen to THE NEWS about the endangered animals and then choose the best answers. (1 point) Question 06: Some private farmers in South Africa are hiring armed protection for……… A. their lions B. their tigers C. their elephants D. their rhinos Question 07: A single horn sells for more than …….. per kilogram. That is more valuable than gold. A. $ 50.000 B. $ 55.000 C. $ 60.000 D. $ 65.000 Question 08: Rhinos horns are sold mostly in …………………….People there wrongly believe that material in the horn can cure all kinds of problems. A. Viet Nam and China. B. Viet Nam and Cambodia. C. Cambodia and China. D. Thailand and China. Question 09: Recently he has found one dead, with its horns cut off. He owned the rhino for….. A. 10 years B. 11 years C. 12 years D. 13 years Question 10: So he may stop breeding other ……………….are willing to pay Karen Trender workers at South Africa only rhino orphanage. A. wildlife trade B. wildlife businesses C. animal trade D. animal businesses II. PRONUNCIATION. a. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the rest in the position of the main stress in each of the following questions. (0.6 points) Question 11: A. benefit B. classify C. penalize D. reunite Question 12: A. stability B. immensity C. advocacy D. capacity Question 13: A. snorkeling B. swimming C. gymnastics D. rowing b. Choose the word marked A, B, C, or D whose main stress syllable is put differently.(0.4 points) Question 14: A. intellect B. discrimination C. nonsensical D. produce Question 15: A. promote B. promise C. proper D. profit III. GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY: Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet
  2. to choose the one word or phrase that best completes the sentence. (2 points) Question 16: Nowadays, race………..comes to an end in most of the countries in the world A. difference B. similarity C. discrimination D. discussing Question 17: The crowd are becoming………….excited. A. less and least B. less and most C. more and more D. more and most Question 18: Gertrude takes……………. her mother; she has blue eyes and fair hair, too. A. in B. up C. after D. down Question 19: It’s high time they accepted responsibility for improving the…………..climate of that country. A. social - economic B. society - economy C. socio - economic D. social – economical Question 20: Many plants and endangered species are now endangering of…………….. A. expression B. expulsion C. extinction D. extension Question 21: The farmer acted too late. He locked the barn door after his horse………… A. has been stolen B. was stolen C. had been stolen D. stolen Question 22: UNESCO ……….United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. A. stands for B. brings about C. gets across D. takes after Question 23:………that the hope for cancer control may lie in the use of vaccine. A. To believe B. It is believed C. Believing D. The belief Question 24: In time of war, the Red Cross is dedicated to reduce the sufferings of wounded soldiers, civilians and prisoners of war. A. mounted B. excited C. devoted D. interested Question 25: I just bought……. new shirt and some new shoes.……..shirt is quite expensive but ……price of shoes are reasonable. A. a/ A/ the B. a/ The/ a C. the/ The/ the D. a/ The/ the IV. FIDING ERRORS - Mark the option marked A, B, C, or D to show the underlined part that needs correction.(1 point) Question 26: Would you mind not to smoke on the bus? It disturbs other people. A. other B. not C. to smoke D. disturbs Question 27: Have you ever read any novels writing by Jack London? A. any B. writing C. Have you D. read Question 28: Because of him request and his bothering me all the time, I’m finishing the project myself. A. him B. project C. bothering D. the time Question 29: Actually, I strongly disapprove of your bad behave towards your parents. A. behave B. Actually C. of D. parents Question 30: Modern motorcycles are lighter, faster, and specialized than motorcycles of 25 years ago. A. motorcycles B. and specialized C. lighter D. Modern V. CLOZE PASSAGE - Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase.(1 point) Women hold up half the sky. This is an old Chinese saying. However, research (31)……. That perhaps women do more than their share of “ holding up the sky”. Fifty percent of the world’s population are women, but in nearly(32)……..of all working hours, the work is done by women. They do most of the domestic work, for example, cooking
  3. and washing clothes. (33)………also work outside the home. Women hold forty percent of all the world’s jobs. For this work, they earn only 40 to 60 percent as much as men, and of course they earn nothing (34)……..their domestic work. In developing countries, where three-fourths of the world’s population lives, women produce more than half of the food. In Africa 80 percent of all agriculture work is(35)……..by women. Question 31: A. writes B. shows C. tells D. says Question 32: A. two B. two-third C. two- thirds D. twice - thirds Question 33: A. Millions B. Millions C. Million of D. Millionaire Question 34: A. with B. after C. for D. about Question 35: A. made B. done C. performed D. shown VI. READING COMPREHENSION- (2 points) a. Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer by marking the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet. (1 point) Until the 19th century, the denial of equal rights to women met with only occasional protest and drew little attention from most people. Because most women lacked the educational and economic resources that would enable them to challenge the prevailing social order, women generally accepted their inferior status as their only option. At this time, women shared these disadvantages with the majority of working class men, as many social, economic, and political rights were restricted to the wealthy elite. In the 19th century, as governments in Europe and North America began to draft new laws guaranteeing equality among men, significant numbers of women – and some men – began to demand that women be accorded equal rights as well. At the same time, the Industrial Revolution in Europe and North America further divided the roles of men and women. Before the Industrial Revolution most people worked in farming or crafts-making, both of which took place in or near the home. Men and women usually divided the numerous tasks among themselves and their children. Industrialization led male workers to seek employment outside of the home in factories and other large-scale enterprises. The growing split between home and work reinforced the idea that women’s “rightful place” was in the home, while men belonged in the public world of employment and politics. Organized efforts by women to achieve greater rights occurred in two major waves. The first wave began around the mid-19th century, when women in the United States and elsewhere campaigned to gain suffrage – that is, the right to vote. This wave lasted until the 1920s, when several countries granted women suffrage. Question 36: Why did the denial of equal rights to women draw little attention from the society until the 19th century? A. They could not challenge the prevailing social order. B. They did not have any other option. C. Most women lacked the educational and economic resources. D. All are correct. Question 37: Until the 19th century, what was the status of the working class men in the society? A. They had the same rights as women. B. They had no right at all. C. They did not have much power compared to the wealthy people. D. They had much power in the society. Question 38: When did the women’s movement start in Western countries?
  4. A. in the 18th century B. in the late 18th century C. in the 19th century D. in the early 20th century Question 39: What did the effect of the Industrial Revolution in Europe and North America bring about? A. Male workers tried to seek employment outside of the home. B. It did not bring the equality to women. C. Well-educated, upper-class men controlled most positions of employment and power in society. D. All are correct. Question 40: What was the aim of the women’s movement in the United States in the 1920s? A. to gain the right to have much power in the society B. to gain the right to vote C. to gain the right to go to work in the factory D. to have the complete equality to men b. Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer marked A, B, C, or D provided.( 1 point) Brunei is one of the smallest countries in the world. Its population is only 25,000 and most of them live in Bandar Seri Begawan (the capital city with the longest name in the world!) It is also the richest country in Asia and maybe the richest country in the world because it has a lot of oil and natural gas which it exports to Japan. Every week huge tankers carry oil and gas from the oil-fields of Brunei to Japan. The head of the state in Brunei is Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah. He is the richest man in the world. He has two wives and each lives in their own beautiful palace. The first wife lives in the biggest palace in the world which has 200 rooms. The Sultan has more than 200 cars and he also has hundreds of horses. Question 41: Brunei is…………………………….. A. among the smallest country in the world B. a country with a dense population C. the smallest countries in the world D. is a capital city Question 42: The population of Brunei is…………… people. A. over 25,000 B. 25,000 C. about 25,000 D. less than 25,000 Question 43: According to the passage, Sultan, the head of the state in Brunei ……………... A. is the richest man in the world B. has two wives, each of whom lives in their own beautiful palace C. has more than 200 cars D. All are correct. Question 44: Brunei is rich in…………………. A. only oil B. only natural gas C. exports of every kind D. oil and natural gas Question 45: Which of the following is NOT true about Brunei? A. It exports oil and natural gas to its regional neighbors. B. Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah is the head of state in Brunei. C. It may be the richest country in the world. D. Its capital city is Bandar Seri Begawan. VII. WRITING. Rewrite sentences without changing meaning as the given ones.( 1 point). Question 46: I haven’t set eyes on him since he borrowed some money from me. A. Because he borrowed some money on me I didn’t want to meet him. B. Since he borrowed some money from me I haven’t looked at him. C. I last met him when he borrowed some money from me.
  5. D. The last time I paid attention to him was when he borrowed some money from me. Question 47: Do you have a good relationship with your neighbors? A. Are you getting with your neighbors? B. Are you going along with your neighbors? C. Are you getting on well with your neighbors?D. Are you getting along with your neighbors? Question 48: Dickens died without finishing his last novel. A. Dickens wanted to finish his last novel before he died. B. After Dickens had died, the last novel continued to be finished. C. Before Dickens died, he tried his best to finish his last novel. D. Dickens’ last novel was unfinished when he died. Question 49: He only feels happy whenever he does not have much work to do. A. The more he works, the happier he feels. B. The less he works, the happier he feels. C. His work makes him feel happy. D. He feels happier and happier with his work. Question 50: He tries to practice English every day so he can speak English more fluently now. A. The more he practices English, the more he can speak English. B. The more he practices English, the more fluently he can speak it. C. The more he tries to practice English, the most fluently he can speak it. D. He tries to practice English every day, but he finds it difficult to speak English fluently. ……………………….THE END…………………………..
  6. HƯỚNG DẪN CHẤM I. LISTENING SCRIPTS A. SHORT SUMARY OF UN (UNITED NATIONS) In 1945 leaders from 51 countries met in San Francisco, California and organised the United Nations (often called the UN). World War II had just ended. Millions of people had died and there was destruction everywhere. People hoped they could build a future of world peace through this new organisation. The United Nations has four main goals and purposes: 1. To work together for international peace and to solve international problems; 2. To develop friendly relations among nations; 3. To work together for human rights for everyone of all races, religions, languages and of both sexes. 4. To build a centre where nations can work together for these goals. Today almost every country in the world is a member of the UN. Each country has signed an agreement that says: • All members are equal. • All members promise to solve international problems in a peaceful way. • No member will use force against another member. • All members will help the UN in its actions. • The UN will not try to solve problems within countries except to enforce international peace. Obviously, the United Nations has not been completely successful in its goals. There have been several wars since 1945. However, the organization has helped bring peace to some countries that were at war. It has helped people who left their countries because of wars. It has helped bring independence to colonies. B. NEWS FROM VOA ABOUT THE ENDANGERED ANIMALS Some private farmers in South Africa are hiring armed protection for their rhinos. New security companies are being started to fight an increase in rhinocerros poaching. Poachers are now well-armed and well- financed. A single horn sells for more than $ 65.000 per kilogram. That is more valuable than gold. Rhinos horns are sold mostly in Viet Nam and China. People there wrongly believe that material in the horn can cure all kinds of problems. Simon Rood started Africa five years ago. When rhinos poaching started to increase. His 35 rangers supervise an area of 150.000 hectares in Limpopo province. Simon Road was a soliders in South African Army, And gives military training to his rangers. He says they have never lost a rhino to poach. This, he says, is because of his rangers patral 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and live and sleep in the countrysides. Callie Botha manages a wildlife business that six rhinos. Recently he has found one dead, with its horns cut off. He owned the rhino for 12 years. Replacing a rhino costs about $ 28.000 but Callie Botha says armed protection also costs a lot and he worries about his own safety. So he may stop breeding other wildlife businesses are willing to pay Karen Trender workers at South Africa only rhino orphange. She thinks there should be a law to establish rules for training if security companies are not well-trained . She says , there is a risk of corruption. She says a long-term solution will come through education and law enforcement. MULTIPLE CHOICE: 50* 0. 2 POINTS = 10 POINTS
  7. Câu Đáp án Điểm Câu Đáp án Điểm 1 C 0.2 11 D 0.2 2 C 0.2 12 C 0.2 3 B 0.2 13 C 0.2 4 D 0.2 14 D 0.2 5 B 0.2 15 A 0.2 6 D 0.2 16 C 0.2 7 D 0.2 17 C 0.2 8 A 0.2 18 C 0.2 9 C 0.2 19 C 0.2 10 B 0.2 20 C 0.2 Câu Đáp án Điểm Câu Đáp án Điểm 21 C 0.2 31 B 0.2 22 A 0.2 32 C 0.2 23 B 0.2 33 A 0.2 24 C 0.2 34 C 0.2 25 D 0.2 35 B 0.2 26 C 0.2 36 A 0.2 27 B 0.2 37 A 0.2 28 A 0.2 38 D 0.2 29 A 0.2 39 D 0.2 30 B 0.2 40 B 0.2 Câu Đáp án Điểm 41 C 0.2 42 B 0.2 43 D 0.2 44 D 0.2 45 A 0.2 46 C 0.2 47 C 0.2 48 D 0.2 49 B 0.2 50 B 0.2 ……………………………..THE END…………………………….....
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