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Đề thi học kì 2 môn Tiếng Anh lớp 11 (Đề 4)

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Mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to show the underlined part that needs correction
1. While I did my homework, I had a good idea.      
A.  had                               B.  did                            C.  my homework           D.  a
2. Mary's children are used to be picked up school every day. They don't have to walk home.      
A.  be picked                     B. to walk                      C.  used to                      D. Mary's children
3. I went shopping for buying some fruits this morning.      
A.  went shopping             B.  some fruits                C. for buying                  D. morning
4. I'm sure he is incapable in running a mile in four minutes.      
A. I'm                                B.  running                     C.  incapable in               D.  in
5. I'm delighted hearing that you have made much progress in your study.      
A. I'm delighted                B.  in                              C. have made                  D.  hearing
Read the reading passage and mark the letter A,B,C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
The first bicycle race was held in France in 1869. Competitive events today include road races, track races, off-road mountain bike races, and youth BMX races.
Road racing is the oldest type of bicycle competition. There are several formats of road racing, including stage races, one-day events, and time trials.
Stage races can last for weeks and cover thousands of kilometers. Each day's race is called a stage. The rider with the lowest result time after all the stages is the overall winner. The Tour de France, which lasts about three weeks and covers about 3200km, is the most prestigious bicycle race in the world. The length of the Tour de France varies, as does the number of stages, but in recent years, the race has featured about 20 stages. Cyclists generally have two or three days off for rest.
One-day races usually last from four to seven hours and span from 160 to 380 km. Examples of one-day races include the world championship road race, the Olympic road race, and European spring classics such as Paris-Roubaix.
In time trials, the object is to cycle as fast as possible from one point to another, while being timed by a clock. There are usually two or three time trials stages in the Tour de France.

6. The word span is closest in meaning to____      
A. cover                             B. go                              C.  run                             D. enlarge
7. What is the best tittle of the above passage?      
A. Bicycle racing in France                                      B. Tour de France          
C. Bicycle competition                                             D. Road racing
8. The word prestigious means ____________.      
A. large                              B. long                           C.  famous                      D. old
9. When was the first bicycle race held in France?      
A. In the twentieth century                                      B. In the eighteenth century.
C. In the nineteenth century.                                    D. A century ago
10. Where are you most likely to find the passage?      
A. In a advice column                                              B. In a sport newspaper 
C.  In a household magazine                                   D. In a business magazine
11. What is not the format of road racing?      
A. track races                     B. stage races                 C. one-day events           D. time trials
12. The word include means ___________      
A. exclude                         B. except for                  C. experience                  D. consist of
13. Which is the most prestigious bicycle race in the world?      
A.  The Olympic road race                                       B. Youth BMX races
C. The Tour de France                                             D. The world championship road race
14. In time trials, why do participants cycle as fast as possible?      
A. They want to win to go to Tour de France.         B. They are allowed to cycle in a limited time.
C. They are free to show their ability.                     D. They are timed.
15. From the passage, it can be inferred that cyclists have time to rest between stages in stage races because _____________.      
A. Cyclists need food and drink.                             B. Stages are very long.
C. Cyclists want to lengthen the time.                     D. They can't ride at night.

Read the reading passage and mark the letter A,B,C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
As Christmas evolved in the United States, new customs were adopted and many old ones were reworked. The legend of Santa Claus, for example, had origins in Europe and was brought by Dutch settlers to New York in the early 18th century. Traditionally, Santa Claus - from the Dutch Sinter Klaas - was depicted as a tall, dignified, religious figure riding a white horse through the air. Known as Saint Nicholas in Germany, he was usually accompanied by Black Peter, an elf who punished disobedient children. In North America he eventually developed into a fat, jolly old gentleman who had neither the religious attributes of Saint Nicholas nor the strict disciplinarian character of Black Peter.
Santa's transformation began in 1823, when a New York newspaper published the poem A Visit from Saint Nicholas, which Clement Clark Moore had written to amuse his daughter. The poem introduced many Americans to the story of a kindly saint who flew over housetops in a reindeer-drawn sleigh. Portraits and drawings of Santa Claus by American illustrator Thomas Nast further strengthened the legend during the second half of the 19th century. Living at the North Pole and assisted by elves, the modern Santa produced and delivered toys to all good children. By the late 19th century he had become such a prominent figure of American folklore that in 1897, when Virginia O'Hanlon wrote to the New York Sun newspaper asking if Santa was real, she received a direct answer: "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus".

16. What word is closest in meaning to attributes?      
A.  natural qualities           B. symbols of a person   C. effects                            D. outer appearance
17. Who was Black Peter?      
A.  one of the disobedient children                          B. a popular traditional figure
C. an elf accompanying Saint Nicholas                   D.  an elf who rode a white horse
18. Who brought the legend of Santa Claus to the USA according to the passage?      
A.  Sinter Klaas                 B.  A German                  C.  Saint Nicholas             D. Dutch settlers
19. The answer "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus" is an illustration for the fact that ___________.
A. Santa Claus was a prominent figure at that time
B. Virginia O'Hanlon was a reader of the New York Sun
C. the New York Sun was popular with children
D. newspapers are unreliable
20. Santa Claus in North America was depicted as _____________.
A. a good old man with less religious character                                           
B. one with religious attributes of Saint Nicholas
C. a man with the strict disciplinarian character of Black Peter
D. a jolly man on horseback
21. Where did the legend of Santa Claus come from?
A. the North Pole                                                  B.  Europe                      
C. the City of New York                                         D. North America                  
22. Santa Claus was traditionally described as a __________.
A. tall man who could walk through the air             B. fat man riding a white horse
C. fat, jolly, old man                                                 D.  religious figure
23. Which of the following statements is TRUE?
A. Living in the North Pole, Santa Claus visited children at Christmas.
B. Santa Claus was a story based on Saint Nicholas and Black Peter.
C. Santa Claus was an imaginary old man created by artists based on traditional figures.
D. Santa Claus was a real figure living in northern America.
24. 1823 was mentioned as a year when ________.
A. the image of Santa Claus was transformed          B.  Clement Clark Moore's poem made him popular
C.  Clement Clark Moore wrote his first poem           D.  Saint Nicholas visited New York                  
25. According to Clement Clark Moore's poem __________.
A. Santa Claus had nothing different in appearance from the traditional one 
B. Santa Claus had wings and could fly
C. Santa Claus was a kindly saint who flew over housetops in a sleigh
D. Santa Claus liked poetry

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.
26. He managed to live on his limited pension.
A. tried                              B. planned                      C. insisted                       D. kept
27. She had a disadvantaged childhood with little education and money.
A. difficult                        B. comfort                      C. starving                      D. ordinary
28. We think their relationship is wonderful.
A. great                              B. terrible                       C. modest                       D. funny
Read the following passage and mark the letter A,B,C,or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word for each of the blanks.
In some countries there is negative population growth,   (29)_______ means that the population  (30)_______ , especially in Central and Eastern Europe, mainly due to low birth rates, and Southern Africa due to the high number of HIV-related  (31)_______ . Within the next decade, Japan and Western Europe are also  (32)_______  to encounter negative population growth due to sub-replacement fertility rates.
Population growth which exceeds the carrying capacity of an area or environment  (33)_______  in overpopulation. Conversely,  (34)_______  areas may be considered "underpopulated" if the population is not large  (35)_______  to maintain an economic system. The future of world's population could be significantly  (36)_______  by the worldwide HIV/AIDS epidemic. In Africa, birth rates are already   (37)_______  highest in the world, especially in sub-Sahara Africa. But if HIV/AIDS is controlled or even eradicated, the world's population could increase   (38)_______  faster than predicted.
29. A.  which                           B.  this                            C. that                                  D. whose
30. A.  raises                           B. grows                         C.  increases                       D.  decreases
31. A.  deaths                          B. deadly                        C.  dead                              D.  die
32. A. shown                            B.  represented              C.  expected                       D. appeared
33. A. causes                           B.  results                      C. makes                             D. leads          
34. A.  such                              B.  so as                        C.  so                                  D. such as
35. A.  too                                 B.  enough                    C.  quite                              D.  very          
36. A. infected                          B. affected                     C.  interfered                      D. indicated   
37. A. the                                  B.  an                            C. no article                        D.  a   
38. A.  more                              B. as                             C. much                              D.  many        

Mark the letter A,B,C,or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined word is pronounced differently from that of the rest in each of the following questions.
39. A. achieved                       B. suggested                  C. disappointed              D.  attended
40. A. annual                           B.  stimulate                   C. enthusiasm                 D. result'
Câu 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
Đáp án B A B C D A D C C B A D D C D A C D A D
câu 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40
Đáp án B D C A C A A A A D A B B A B B A C A D

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