Họ tn th sinh:


Lớp : ............................


Số thứ tự


Thời gian lm bi: 45 pht

(Khng kể thời gian pht đề)





Chữ k gim thị I

Chữ k gim thị II

Số phch


Lời dặn th sinh:

-         Điền đầy đủ thng tin: họ tn, lớp v số bo danh.

-        Dng bt ch t kn lựa chọn đng ở bảng trả lời trắc nghiệm.

Chữ k gim khảo I

Chữ k gim khảo II

Số phch

Lời ghi của gim khảo

M đề


Điểm bi thi

(Viết bằng số vo chữ)

Số thứ tự





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I. Complete the passage with the words provided.

Each nation has many people who (1)_______ take care of others. For example, many high school and college students in the United States often spend many hours as volunteers in hospitals, orphanages or homes for (2)_______ . They read books to the people in these places. Sometimes the students just visit them or listen to (3)_______ problems.

For boys who no longer have fathers, there is a voluntary organization (4)_______ Big Brothers. College students take these boys to baseball games and help them to get to know things that boys usually learn (5)_______ their fathers.

1. A. volunteers B. voluntarily C. volunteer D. voluntary

2. A. the poor B. the unemployed C. the aged D. the sick

3. A. them B. their C. theirs D. they

4. A. calling B. called C. being called D. to call

5. A. about B. with C. from D. for

II. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the rest.

6. A. looked B. happened C. embarrassed D. glanced

7. A. milestones B. orphanages C. flowers D. volunteers

III. Choose the best option to complete each sentence below.

8. She never participates ________ any of our discussions, does she?

A. for B. with C. in D. on

9. They are whispering to avoid ________ by their friends.

A. to be heard B. to hear C. hearing D. being heard

10. We are able to provide accommodation _________ two students?

A. to B. with C. for D. about

11. We always _________ our wedding anniversary with ​dinner in an ​expensive ​restaurant.

A. celebrate B. organise C. invite D. arrange

12. Eventually, Mary managed to _________ her shyness in ​class.

A. reduce B. accept C. overcome D. improve

13. I think we should buy ________ toys for our children.

A. educationally B. educational C. educate D. education

14. How much did you pay _________ the tickets?

A. for B. about C. to D. with

15. She was no longer able to distinguish between ________ and reality.

A. imagining B. imagine C. imaginary D. imagination

16. I'm still looking for a job, but I hope ________ something soon.

A. being found B. to find C. to be found D. finding

17. He ________​folded the ​letter and put it in his ​pocket.

A. careful B. carefulness C. careless D. carefully

IV. Choose the underlined part that needs correcting.

18. An orphan is a child whose parents is dead.


19. I had never expected to get the job. I was really surprising when I was offered it.


20. She said me that she had never returned to her hometown before.


V. Read the passage carefully then choose the best answer to the question or the best item to complete each statement below.

Each summer, Winant Clayton Volunteers sends a group of American volunteers to London for seven weeks and provides housing and a small stipend to help defray the high cost of living. After seven weeks of volunteering, participants have two weeks to travel independently before returning to London to evaluate the program and get their flight back to the United States.

The application includes a few short essays, a series of questions about the type of placement one would prefer, and an informal interview with former volunteers that gives applicants a chance to find out more about the program.

Deciding to participate takes a small leap of faith. The roster of volunteer placements and housing options can change from year to year and volunteers cant choose their placement in advance. But once youre accepted you instantly feel that youve joined a close-knit group. The volunteer coordinator is in frequent contact through mailings and e-mails to help you prepare for the trip, and there is a daylong orientation in New York that brings all the volunteers together before departure for London.

21. How long do a group of Americans volunteer to work in London?

A. Two weeks B. Each summer C. Seven weeks D. Three weeks

22. What does Winant and Clayton Volunteers provide them with?

A. Housing and a small stipend B. A few short essays

C. Transportation D. Foods and clothes

23. Which of the following is NOT included in the application?

A. A series of questions about the type of placement one would prefer.

B. An informal interview with former volunteers.

C. A few short essays.

D. The roster of volunteer placements.

24. What can the volunteers do after seven weeks of volunteering?

A. They can have two weeks to travel independently.

B. They can have two weeks to evaluate the program.

C. They can return to London.

D. They can get their flight back to the United States.

25. How does the volunteer coordinator keep in contact with you?

A. Through television and newspaper. B. Through telephone and e-mails.

C. Through mailings and e-mails. D. Through radio and cell phone.




1. When I found my wallet, someone (take) the money out of it.
had already taken

2. Bad driving (cause) many accidents.


3. You can turn off the radio. I (not / listen) to it.

am not listening

4. I (start) learning English last year.

5. I like your car. How long you (have) it?

Have you had?

II. Passive

1. He sent the letters last week.
The letters were sent last week.

2. They used to start these engines by hand.

These engines used to be started by hand.

3. Why did they sack Bill from his job?

Why was Bill sacked from his job?

4. Stephen Court has just invented an armchair which can play music.

An armchair which can play music has just been invented by Stephen Court.

5. People speak English in many countries.

English is spoken in many countries.

III. Indirect speech

1. I havent been able to log onto the Internet this week, she said to Ben.

She told Ben that she hadnt been able to log onto the Internet that week.

2. I was on holiday in Brazil until yesterday, he said to the policewoman.

He told the policewoman that he had been on Brazil until the day before.

3. I wont be there because Im having a party, said my sister.

My sister said that she wouldnt be there because she was having a party.

IV. Conditional sentences

1. She is very shy; thats why she doesnt enjoy parties.
If she wasnt very shy, she would enjoy parties.

2. Unless he chooses his words more carefully, hell be in trouble.

If he doesnt choose.

3. I didnt realize you were tired when I asked you to go for a walk.

If I had realized you were tired, I wouldnt have asked .

4. They dont understand the problem. They wont find a solution.

If they understood the problem, they would find a solution.

5. If my train isnt late, Ill be in Paris at 6.00.

Unless my train is late, .

V. Relative clauses

1. The woman is very worried. Her son has gone away with some friends.
The woman whose son has gone away with some friends is very worried.

2. The boy was taken to hospital. He was injured in the accident.

The boy who was injured in the accident was taken to hospital.

3. A building has now been rebuilt. It was destroyed in the fire.

The building which was destroyed in the fire has now been repaired.

4. A shoplifter is someone. He steals things from shops.

A shoplifter is someone who steals things from shops.

5. They built a wall. It fell down after three weeks.

The wall which they built fell down after three weeks.

VI. Clauses and phrases of result

1. I was too surprised to know what to say.

I was so surprised that I didnt know what to say.

2. The situation was too complicated for them to explain.

The situation was too complicated that they couldnt explain it.


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