ĐỀ KIỂM TRA GIỮA HỌC KỲ I KEY
KHỐI 11 MĂ ĐỀ 122
A. TRẮC NGHIỆM
I. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the rest.
1. A. milestone B. divide C. child D. disable
2. A. father B. party C. parent D. participate
II. Choose the best option to complete each sentence below.
3. Tom has leant English for years, so he can speak it _____.
A. naturally B. nature C. natural D. unnaturally
4. I don’t want to talk _____ what happened last night.
A. to B. with C. about D. for
5. Her family is poor, so she has to try her best to _____ many difficulties.
A. look for B. get over C. take care of D. turn away
6. Daisy _____ helped me do this work when I was sick.
A. volunteer B. voluntary C. volunteers D. voluntarily
7. After people finish singing, Lisa blows _____ the candles on the cake.
A. off B. out C. in D. for
8. Some volunteers _____ helping disadvantaged children during their summer vacations.
A. participate in B. clean up C. look after D. suffer from
9. I don’t feel like _____ late at night.
A. to call B. calling C. being called D. be called
10. There _____ some women at the party last night.
A. have been B. was C. were D. had been
11. Tom set up the alarm clock _____ get up late.
A. so that B. in order to C. in order that D. so as not to
12. You had better _____ at home than go out in such cold weather.
A. to stay B. staying C. stay D. stayed
III. Choose the underlined word/ phrase that needs correcting.
13. Gravity keeps the moon travel around the earth instead of shooting off into space.
A B C D
14. He has two brothers, all of whom are doctors.
A B C D
15. Everything had prepared before we got to the exhibition last night.
A B C D
IV. Read the passage carefully and then choose the best option to complete the blank.
Each nation (16) _____ many people who voluntarily take care of others. Many young (17) _____ work in the homes of sick or old people. They clean up their house, (18) _____ their shopping or mow their lawns. For boys who no longer have fathers, there is a voluntary organization (19) _____ Big Brothers. College students take these boys to baseball game and help them to get to know things that boys usually learn (20) _____ their fathers.
16. A. have B. has C. have had D. are having
17. A. volunteer B. voluntary C. voluntarily D. volunteers
18. A. make B. do C. bring D. prepare
19. A. to call B. calling C. called D. call
20. A. about B. from C. for D. off
V. Read the passage carefully then choose the best answer to the question below.
In most English-speaking countries, it is traditional to sing the song “Happy Birthday to You” to the honored person celebrating his birthday. The Happy Birthday song melody is thought to be the most frequently sung melody in the world. This happens traditionally at a birthday party while someone brings a birthday cake into the room.
The birthday cake is traditionally highly decorated, and typically covered with candles when presented; the number of candles often equals the age of the person. The person whose birthday it is makes a silent wish and then blows out the candles, if done in one breath, the wish is supposed to come true, but only if the person keeps the wish to himself.
Typical birthday party decorations include balloons, streamers, and confetti. For special birthdays, the number of candles might be substituted for the individual candles. These candles are in the shape of a numeral; for example, on the fifth birthday there may be one candle on the cake in the shape of the numeral 5, and on the fiftieth birthday there may be two candles on the cake, one in the shape of the numeral 5 followed by the other in the shape of the numeral 0.
21. Where is the song “Happy Birthday to You” to the honored person celebrating his birthday sung?
A. In some English-speaking countries. B. In only English-speaking countries.
C. In most English-speaking countries. D. In all English-speaking countries.
22. What is the traditional birthday cake like?
A. It is highly decorated. B. It is often decorated.
C. It is very colorful. D. It is never decorated.
23. What does the number of the candles on the birthday cake mean?
A. It often equals the age of the person whose birthday it is.
B. It often equals the age of the person who brings a birthday cake.
C. It brings happiness to the person whose birthday it is.
D. It brings a lot of money to the person whose birthday it is.
24. What does the person whose birthday it is often do before cutting the birthday cake?
A. He says something in a loud voice and then blows out the candles.
B. He makes a silent wish and then blows out the candles.
C. He sings a song and then blows out the candles.
D. He says some words and then blows out the candles.
25. What do typical birthday party decorations include?
A. Typical birthday party decorations include balls, streamers, and confetti.
B. Typical birthday party decorations include some flowers and confetti.
C. Typical birthday party decorations include balloons, streamers, and confetti.
D. Typical birthday party decorations include only confetti.
B. TỰ LUẬN
I. Give the correct tense of the verb in the bracket.
1. The film (already, begin) when we came to the cinema.
The film had already begun when we came to the cinema.
2. He (learn) English this summer.
He is learning English this summer.
3. How many times you (visit) the zoo?
How many times have you visited the zoo?
4. Jimmy (play) football at this time last week.
Jimmy was playing football at this time last week.
5. We’ll go out as soon as it (stop) raining.
We’ll go out as soon as it stops raining.
6. When we got to the airport, the plane (take) off.
When we got to the airport, the plane had taken off.
7. The secretary (make) many mistakes so far.
The secretary has made many mistakes so far.
8. We (have) a party when it started to rain.
We were having a party when it started to rain.
9. Susan (wake) up when she heard a big noise.
Susan woke up when she heard a big noise.
10. She (call) you since she moved to India?
Has she called you since she moved to India?
II. Change these sentences into passive form.
11. They sometimes allow their children to go out in the evening.
Their children are sometimes allowed to go out in the evening.
12. Nobody invited me to the party last night.
I wasn’t invited to the party last night.
13. Toyota made this car in Tokyo in the 19th century.
This car was made in Tokyo by Toyota in the 19th century.
14. They have provided the victims with food and clothes.
The victims have been provided with food and clothes.
15. My mother is going to buy some flowers.
Some flowers are going to be bought by my mother.
III. Combine the two sentences, using relative clause.
16. They have just visited the town. Its location was little known.
They have just visited the town whose location was little known.
17. The biologists are examining the plants. They were brought from India.
The biologists are examining the plants which/ that were brought from India.
18. The village is small and peaceful. We came to the village last summer holiday.
The village where we came last summer holiday is small and peaceful.
IV. Combine the two sentences, using clause/ phrase of purpose.
19. She rushed to the station. She didn’t want to miss the next train. (clause of purpose)
She rushed to the station so that/ in order that she couldn’t/ wouldn’t miss the next train.
20. He practices playing the piano. He wants to be a famous musician. (phrase of purpose)
He practices playing the piano to/ so as to/ in order to be a famous musician.
V. Rewrite the sentences, using the given words.
21. He didn’t learn hard. He didn’t pass the exam.
If he had learnt/ learned hard, he would/ could have passed the exam.
22. She won’t go out often if she doesn’t have free time.
Unless she has free time, she won’t go out often.
23. Susan stays at home because she doesn’t feel well.
If Susan felt well, she wouldn’t/ couldn’t stay at home.
There are twenty chairs and two tables in the room.
The room has twenty chairs and two tables.
family has six members.
There are six members in my family.