Bộ đề thi học kỳ 2 môn Tiếng Anh lớp 11 CÓ ĐÁP ÁN (2)

Đề thi học kỳ 2 môn Tiếng Anh lớp 11 có đáp án

Dưới đây là Bộ đề thi học kỳ 2 môn Tiếng Anh lớp 11 CÓ ĐÁP ÁN (2) nhằm giúp các em học sinh có tài liệu ôn tập, luyện tập để nắm vững hơn những kiến thức, kĩ năng cơ bản, đồng thời vận dụng kiến thức để giải các bài tập qua các dạng đề thi một cách thuận lợi. Từ đó, có thể tự kiểm tra và đánh giá kết quả học tập của mình.

Đề thi học kỳ 2 môn Tiếng Anh lớp 11 trường THPT Đa Phúc, Hà Nội năm học 2015 – 2016

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Đề kiểm tra học kỳ 2 môn Tiếng Anh lớp 11 trường THPT Nguyễn Diêu, Bình Định năm học 2015 – 2016

Bộ đề thi học kỳ 2 môn Tiếng Anh lớp 11 CÓ ĐÁP ÁN (1)

Đề 1

I. LANGUAGE FOCUS

Choose the word that has a different stress pattern from the others.

1/ A/ mission B/ conquest C/ venture D/ variety

K: D

2/ A/ gigantic B/ continual C/ ignorant D/ destructive

K: C

3/ A/ energy B/ exhausted C/ natural D/ plentiful

K: B

Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C, or D) that best fits the blank.

4/ They are excellent students ______ I have complete confidence.

A/ who B/ that C/ whom D/ in whom

K: D

5/ Hydroelectric power is produced by the fall of water ______ in a dam.

A/ trapped B/ trapping C/ to be trapped D/ that trapped

K: A

6/ Every day he practises in the ______.

A/ gymnast B/ gymnasium C/ gymnastic D/ gymnastics

K: B

7/ ______ from all over the world take part in the Olympic Games.

A/ Athlete B/ Athletic C/ Athletes D/ Athletics

K: C

8/ Neither John nor his classmates ________ ready for the competition.

A/ is B/ was C/ are D/ has been

K: C

9/ Toxic chemicals from factories are one of the serious factors that leads wildlife to the ______ of extinction.

A/ wall B/ verge C/ fence D/ bridge

K: B

10/ His flight was in ______ around the Earth at the speed of more than 17,000 miles per hour.

A/ orbit B/ travel C/ circuit D/ revolve

K: A

11/ Jet streams are layers of air ______ rapidly above the earth’s surface.

A/ that move B/ move C/ have moved D/ moved

K: A

12/ I think he will join us, ______?

A/ doesn’t he B/ won’t he C/ will he D/ don’t I

K: B

13/ The Sales Manager is the person _________ I obtained the figures.

A/ that B/ from whom C/ by whom D/ from that

K: B

14/ The Asian Games have been advancing ______ all aspects.

A/ in B/ at C/ on D/ for

K: A

15/ Not only ______ visit Japan but they plan to stop off in the USA as well.

A/ they plan to B/ they must C/ will they D/ are they paying

K: C

16/ – Harry: “Are you ready, Kate? There is not much time left.”

– Kate: “Yes, just a minute. ______.”

A/ I’m coming B/ I won’t finish C/ I’d be OK D/ No longer

K: A

17/ The increase of tourists often ______ an increase in the amount of garbage.

A/ pays for B/ makes for C/ works out D/ leads to

K: D

18/ – Sue: “Can you help me with my essay?”

– Robert: “______”

A/ Yes, I’m afraid not. B/ I think that, too. C/ Not completely. D/ Why not?

K: D

19/ Diving is one of the ___________ sports.

A/ mountainous B/ aquatic C/ racing D/ running

K: B

20/ I have two brothers, _____are professional athletes.

A/ two of which B/ two of who C/ both of whom D/ all of them

K: C

II. READING

Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C or D) that best fits the blank space in the following passage:

succeed achieve hopeful with

confidence grateful take make

Parents (21)________________ responsibility to prepare their children for adulthood and to give them love and time. Teaching them to read and to love reading will also prepare them for facing the world with (22) ________________ and being successful.

One of my favorite pictures was taken when I was about 11 years old. I was sitting in a little red rocking chair made by grandfather reading a book. I’m 30 years old now and one of my greatest hobbies is reading. I’m so (23)_______________ to my parents for giving me the love for reading and education. I have very fond memories of my parents’ reading to me, teaching me how to read, and helping me (24)_____________ my homework. Because of the respect I have for education, I was able to graduate from high school and (25)__________________ in college study. I have a son now, and I know how important it is to teach him to have some love for reading. I hope that all parents will realize this and will get their children involved in reading at an early age.

21/ take 22/ confidence 23/ grateful 24/ with 25/ succeed

Read the passage below carefully and choose the correct answer (A, B, C or D):

There are many sources of pollution in our modern world. At present, the most serious sources are acid rain, car exhaust fumes and oil spills. Factory chimneys give out smoke that contains sulphur dioxide and nitrogen oxide. These gases combine with moisture in the atmosphere to form sulphuric acid and nitric acid. When it rains, these acids dissolve in the rain and make it acidic. Acid rain is believed to be the worst pollution of all. It has harmed aquatic life by turning many lakes into lifeless bodies of water. Car exhaust fumes contain carbon monoxide and lead which are highly poisonous. In big cities, the exhaust fumes build up and pose a health hazard to human beings. Pollution of the sea by oil threatens marine life. Much of the oil comes from ships that clean their fuel tanks while at sea. Offshore oil wells also discharge vast amounts of oil into the sea. Pollution of the sea can also be caused by oil spills.

26/ Acid rain is believed _______.

A/ to be no harm B/ to be necessary for agriculture

C/ to be the worst pollution of all D/ to be pure

K: C

27/ Offshore wells _______.

A/ do nothing with pollution B/ always keep the seas clean

C/ do well with the waste D/ discharge vast amounts of oil into the sea

K: D

28/ What do car exhaust fumes contain?

A. only lead B. carbon monoxide and lead

C. acid rain D. useful gases

K: B

29/ Smoke from factory chimneys _______.

A. does no harm to us B. is necessary for manufacture

C. is not harmful to our health D. causes acid rain

K: D

30/ According to the passage, what are the most serious sources of pollution?

A. Oil, cooking, and water drainage B. Acid rain, car exhaust fumes, and oil spills

C. Water irrigation, smog, and rubbish D. Garbage disposal, forest fires, and garbage

K: B

III. WRITING:

Sentence Building:

31/ First present/ I / receive/ my best friend /steal / last week//

K: The first present that I had received from my best friend was stolen last week.

32/ She/ only woman/ win / gold medal / this event/ Vietnam//

K: She is/ was the only woman that/ who won the gold medal in this event for Vietnam.

33/ It /1492/ Columbus/ sail/ America//

K: It was in 1492 that Columbus sailed to America.

34/ Both /Mary/ her sister /prefer/ play /guitar/ listen/ music/ free time//

K: Both Mary and her sister prefer playing the guitar to listening to music in their free time.

35/ Grandfather/ enjoy/ classify /books / different categories/ and/ put/ them/ shelves//

K: My /(His/ Her…)/ grandfather enjoys classifying books into different categories and putting them on the shelves.

Transformation:

36/ We didn’t go to the concert last night because we were busy.

If we ________________________________________________________________________

K: If we hadn’t been busy, we would have gone to the concert last night.

37/ Peter gave half of the $50,000 he won to his parents.

Peter won $50,000, _____________________________________________________________

K: Peter won $50,000, half of which he gave to his parents.

38/ Nobody has used this room for years.

This room _____________________________________________________________________

K: This room hasn’t been used for years.

39/ I live in the town not far from the capital.

The town which ________________________________________________________________

K: The town which I live in isn’t far from the capital.

40/ Those children need our help. Their parents are too poor to send them to school.

Those children _________________________________________________________________

K: Those children, whose parents are too poor to send them to school, need our help.

Đề 2

Choose one option A, B, C or D corresponding to the sentence which has the same meaning as the original one from 1 to 17:

* Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the others.

1. A. rugby B. nearby C. cycling D. apply

2. A. wanted B. polluted C. looked D. contaminated

* Choose the word that has different stress pattern from the others.

3. A. collect B. indulge C. hobby D. admire

4. A. beautiful B. successful C. guitarist D. accomplish

* Mark the letter A, B, C and D on your sheet to indicate the words similar in meaning to the underlined words in each of following questions.

5. Your failure is the consequence of not studying hard enough for the test.

a. cause b. motive c. result d. status

6. The teacher gave some suggestions on what could come out for the examination

a. effects b. symptoms c. hints d. demonstrations

* Choose the best answer to complete the sentences below:

7. The students in this class, ______ are from the provinces, are having trouble finding decent accommodation.

a. most of whom b. many of them c. some of who d. all who

8. You have to be aware of the damage humans are doing to quicken the ______ of wildlife.

a. extinct b. extinctive c. extinction d. extinctions

9. Cameron, ______ directed ‘The Titanic’, is one of the leading faces in Hollywood.

a. that b. whose c. whom d. who

10. She ______ to study more English before enrolling at the university.

a. was recommended b. recommended

c. has recommended d. recommends

11. The teacher asked those who ______ their tests ______ in their papers.

a. completed/ turn b. completed/ turned

c. had completed/ to turn d. completed/ turns

12. Historian Barbara Tuchman was the first woman ______ president of the Academy of Arts and Sciences.

a. whose election as b. to elect c. was elected d. to be elected

13. There are believed ______ over 300 species of trees in EI Yunque rain forest in Puerto Rico.

a. to be b. being c. they are d. there are

14. Rarely ______ last longer than an hour.

a. do tornados b. tornados c. tornados that d. tornados do

15. ______ for the fact that he was working abroad, he would willingly have helped with the project. .

a. If it had been b. If it hadn’t been c. Had it been d. Hadn’t it been

16. New words are constantly being invented ______ new objects and concepts.

a. to describe b. a description of c. they describe d. describe

17. A home computer ______ an opportunity for convenient and efficient work at home.

a. provides b. to be providing c. which provides d. providing it

Read the passage and choose the word (A, B, C or D) which best fits each gap of the passage from 18 to 22:

In spite of all warnings, we are still not looking after our planet. Look what is happening to our forests. We are cutting them ___ (18) at an alarming rate. If we keep on doing this, many animals and plants will ___(19) extinct. Rare ___(20) , such as the mountain gorilla, are already in ___(21) . More will follow. Forests are important for another reason, too. They help to slow the rate of global warming. Trees soak up gases like carbon dioxide, which are given ___ (22) by power stations and factories. They also produce oxygen, and act as the lungs of the world.

Question 18: A. up B. in C. off D. down

Question 19: A. go B. get C. become D. result

Question 20: A. species B. tribes C. races D. specialities

Question 21: A. threat B. danger C. fact D. troubles

Question 22: A. off B. up C. out D. over

Read the passage and choose the correct answer for each question from 22 to 26:

Scientists often divide resources into two groups: renewable and non– renewable. When a resource is used, it takes some times to replace it. If the resource can be replaced quickly and easily, it is called renewable. If it cannot be replaced quickly and easily, it is non-renewable. All fossil fuels are non-renewable resources. Solar energy, air, and water are usually called renewable because there is an unlimited supply.

However, this definition may change if people are not careful with these resources. The amount of solar energy that reaches the earth depends on the atmosphere. If the atmosphere is polluted, the solar energy that reaches the earth may be dangerous. If humans continue to pollute the air, it will not contain the correct amounts of these gases.

Many resources are limited and non- renewable, and many are in danger of pollution. As a consequence, resources must be conserved and the environment protected. Conservation must become an important part of everyone’s life.

23. Non-renewable resources are those which _______

A. are unlimited

B. can be replaced quickly and easily

C. take millions of the years to replace

D. are used every day such as solar energy and water

24. What will happen if the atmosphere is polluted?

A. The air won’t contain the correct amounts of natural gases

B. Life won’t continue as it does

C. Renewable resources will soon become non- renewable

D. All are correct

25. The word conservation in the passage is opposite to

A. prevention B. pollution

C. protection D. preservation

26. Why do we have to conserve resources?

A. Because many resources are limited and non-renewable

B. Because conservation plays an important part in everyone’s life

C. To keep the air from being polluted

D. To make natural resources renewable

WRITING

Part 1: Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the sentence printed before it. (2ms)

1. The children attended a special movie program that consisted of cartoons that featured Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse.

→……………………………………………………………………………………………

2. Collecting stamps from foreign countries is one of Jane’s interests.

→ Jane is ……………………………………………………………………………………………

3. The manager has just announced his retirement. We have all depended on him so much.

→The manager on…………………………………………………………………………….

4. The president makes the important decisions.

→ It…………………………………………………………………………………

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