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First Term Practice Tests _ English 11_2014-2015




Trường THPT Nguyễn Văn Cừ

Năm học 2014 – 2015

ĐỀ CƯƠNG ÔN TẬP HỌC KỲ I

MÔN TIẾNG ANH KHỐI 11
Name: …………………….…………………

Class: 11A…...

I. Mục đích yêu cầu:

1. Mục đích:

+ Nhằm giúp học sinh ôn tập hệ thống lại kiến thức đã học trong học kỳ I.

+ Hướng dẫn học sinh làm quen với các dạng bài có trong kỳ thi.

2. Yêu cầu:

+ Học sinh cần có sự chuẩn bị trước: tự xem lại ngữ pháp, từ vựng đã học, làm đề cương có kèm theo giải thích.

+ Học sinh cần học thuộc lòng các cấu trúc ngữ pháp, từ vựng, chú ý cách phát âm các từ.

II. Nội dung:


  • Ngữ âm, từ vựng Unit 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 theo các chủ điểm: Friendship, Personal Experiences, Parties, Volunteer Work, Competitions, World Population, Celebrations.

  • Cấu trúc ngữ pháp Unit 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.

+ Động từ nguyên thể có “to” và không có “to”

+ Các thời của động từ: hiện tại đơn, quá khứ đơn, quá khứ tiếp diễn, hiện tại hoàn thành, quá khứ hoàn thành, …

+ Động từ nguyên thể có to và danh động từ (dạng chủ động và bị động)

+ Danh động từ và phân từ hiện tại (dạng đơn và dạng hoàn thành)

+ Câu gián tiếp với động từ nguyên thể có to và danh động từ

+ Câu điều kiện loại 1,2,3 và dạng gián tiếp của câu điều kiện.

+ Các đại từ bất định, đại từ ONE, ONES.

PRACTICE TEST 1

I. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.

1. A. change B. children C. machine D. church

2. A. guitarist B. passenger C. generous D. village

3. A. lend B. spend C. English D. begin

4. A. danger B. singer C. longer D. stronger

5. A. appreciate B. unselfish C. embarrassing D. experience


II. Choose the best answer to complete each sentence.

6. Phuong has __________.

A. a hair long black B. black hair long

C. a long black hair D. long black hair

7. Suddenly she recognized the _________ of the situation that made her laugh.

A. wonder B. pleasure C. understanding D. humour

8. He was so ______ that he distrusted all his friends.

A. suspicious B. suspiciously C. suspicion D. suspect

9. He always shows his _________ with the poor and the victioms of natural disasters.

A. sympathetic B. sympathize C. sympathetically D. sympathy

10. Those two old women are incapable ________ carrying that heavy box. I think we should help them.

A. with B. to C. in D. of

11. - “__________” - She is helpful and caring.

A. What does your friend like? B. What is your friend like?

C. What does your friend look like? D. How is your friend like?

12. Why do you always __________a fuss when you get such a small problem?

A. take B. show C. make D. do

13. I’m very bored because I don’t have anything__________.

A. to do B. doing C. do D. done

14. They let their children ___________ up late at weekends.

A. staying B. stay C. to stay D. stayed

15. It’s important for her __________ the office.

A. ringing B. ring C. rang D. to ring

16. Last night, I saw you__________ with a girl in front of your house.

A. talks B. talked C. talk D. to talk

17. We _____________ lunch when we _________ the news.

A. had/ were hearing B. were having/ heard

C. was having/ heard D. had / had heard

18. They ___________ small cups of coffee after they ___________ dinner.

A. had drunk/ finished B. drank/ finished

C. were drinking/ finished D. drank/ had finished

III. Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.

19. Remember doing your homework before you go to school next time.

A B C D

20. John’s friends had hold a farewell party for him last Sunday


A B C D

21. After she bought herself a new motorbike, she sold her bicycle.

A B C D

22. I’m delighted hearing that you have made much progress in your study.



A B C D

IV. Read the following passage and choose the correct word to fill in each blank.

I believe that everyone has had embarrassing experiences in their life. I had one not so long ago and I thought it was the most embarrassing experience that I have (23)________ had! It happened to me in last winter vacation. I joined a (24) _______ winter camping with my friends, Denise and Cheri. We all lived far away from the place, so in order to (25) ________ at the camp on time at 8 o'clock, we had to leave at 7:20. The sun was shinning, flowers were blooming and birds were singing. (26)_______ a beautiful day! Everything seemed so nice until I noticed that I forgot to bring something to drink. So I asked Denise to drive me to a department store. She parked her car in front of the store and I ran in to buy some bottles of mineral water. When I got out of the store, I ran toward the car parked in front and got inside. Suddenly, I found it was not Denise's car and the driver was shocked by me. I felt so (27) _________ at that time. I kept apologizing and ran with shame and blush on my face to Denise's car. My friends had seen the whole story, which came to pass from the rear view mirror and they were laughing with all the energy of their hearts.

23. A. never B. ever C. forever D. always

24. A. four days B. days four C. four-day D. day-four

25. A. get B. come C. reach D. arrive

26. A. What B. How C. It D. Which

27. A. embarrass B. embarrassment C. embarrassed D. embarrassing

V. Read the passage and then choose the best answer A, B, C or D for the following questions.

Friendship is a big statement. Lots of people are lovers but are not friends. Lots of people are relatives and are not friends. Lots of people who work together are not friends. You can appreciate or admire someone, but that doesn’t not mean that you make him or her a friend.

When I had my near-death illness last year and the following long recuperation (sự phục hồi sức khỏe), I had a lot of time to think about what makes someone a friend. If they are scared of you when you need help, sorry, that is not friendship. If their attitude is “for better or worse”, if they stick to you through troubles and difficulties, it is the time when you can tell it is true friendship. I do have some friends, but not as many as I thought. And there was a time, in the late 80s when my friend, Ken, really needed me but I didn’t come through for him. I remember hanging out in my happy suburban house in Menlo Park, and not coming to help him through the loss of his wife. Luckily, I got to apologize for that but Ken said he did not mind.

I don’t have a tidy answer about Ken and me and friendship. Sometimes we were friends, and other times, clearly not. But I guess there is something remarkable in two people overcoming the barriers to friendship to find some real communication at some point.

28. According to the writer, ____________.

A. all lovers are friends B. all your relatives are also your friends.

C. whoever you admire is your friends D. not all workmates are friends

29. In true friendship, _____________.

A. your friends are always scared of you

B. friends stick to each other through troubles and difficulties

C. we should have as many friends as possible

D. friends are scared of helping each other.

30. What happened to the writer last year?

A. his wife passed away B. he was seriously ill

C. he had an interesting experience D. he had got some new friends.

31. We can learn from the text that ____________.

A. the writer had a house in suburb in Menlo Park.

B. the writer came to help his friend, Ken, when his wife died.

C. whenever his friend, Ken, had problems the writer immediately came to help.

D. the writer and Ken are true friends at all time.

32. What did Ken say when the writer apologised for not coming when his wife died?

A. He didn’t care. B. He didn’t mind C. He didn’t know D. He didn’t forgive


VI. Use the words to make meaningful sentences.

33. My father/ not allow/ me/ use the telephone/ school.

................................................................................................................................................

34. Good friendship/ should/ base/ mutual undersanding.

................................................................................................................................................

35. Taking part/ the English club/ make/ me/ more interested/ learn English.

................................................................................................................................................

36. He/ loyal/ his family/ friends.

................................................................................................................................................

VII. Rewrite the sentences.

37. He climbed the mountain.

 We watched …………………………………………………………………………

38. It is necessary to master English.

 Mastering ……………………………………………………………………………

39. It took me 15 minutes to walk to school yesterday.

 I spent ……………………………………………………………………………….

40. The bag was so heavy that she couldn’t carry it upstairs.

The bag was too ……………………………………………………………………..

PRACTICE TEST 2

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

1. A. friend B. anniversary C. birthday D. cream

2. A. candle B. cake C. decorate D. celebratio

3. A. handicapped B. anniversary C. issue D. recognize

4. A. winter B. answer C. award D. towards

5 A. invited B. attended C. celebrated D. displayed



II. Choose the best option to fill in each blank:

6. What did people do at your birthday party? - _____________

A. He invited his relatives and friends B. They talked and sang

C. I bought a birthday cake and candies D. I gave presents and cards

7. Next year, my grandparents will have been married for 50 years and they will hold their _____________party.

A. silver anniversary B. golden anniversary

C. wedding anniversary D. diamond anniversary

8. That woman is very kind. She often helps me look after my little daughter very considerately while I am busy.

A. look at B. look for C. take care of D. take after

9. We will _____________the Teacher’s day on 19th November.

A. celebration B. celebrating C. celebrated D. celebrate

10. He tried his best to make his birthday party more _______ .

A. enjoyed B. enjoying C. enjoyment D. enjoyable

11. During summer vacations, students ___________ to work in remote or mountainous areas.

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

12. Would you like ___________ me some tea?

A. make B. to make C. making D. make

13. I want to travel because I enjoy _________ people and _________ new places.

A. meet / see B. meeting / seeing C. meeting / to see D. to meet / see

14. They are wearing big sunglasses in order to avoid ________ by their acquaintances.

A. recognizing B. to recognize C. being recognized D. to be recognized

15. Tom was accused ____________some top secret documents.

A. to steal B. of having stolen C. for stealing D. to have stolen

16. Students don’t often want _____________a lot of homework.

A. to give B. giving C. to be given D. being given

17. It’s no use ______ a language if you don’t try to speak it .

A. to learn B. learned C. learning D. learn

18. Would you mind_____________ when you are having meals?

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


III. Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.

19. He says that speak a foreign language always makes him nervous.

A B C D

20. Having finishing the homework, Lan turned off the light and went to bed.



A B C D

21. He was terribly excited to ask to play for Manchester.

A B C D

22. They provided education on children in remote or mountainous areas.



A B C D

IV. Read the letter and choose the best answer for each blank.

Dear Brother Ca,

A volunteer group came to our little mountainous village last month. We used to (23) _________ a quiet life until they came. When they appeared at the end of the path leading to the village, we (24) __________ their loud songs and their merry laughter. On the first day, they had a talk with the head of the village in the morning, and later on with the villagers in the evening.

They (25) _________ a lot of things with them such as clothes, food, and school things. During the days they stayed in our village, they did a lot of helpful things for us. They repaired the furniture in our village school and built houses (26) _________ the homeless elderly people. They taught the village children songs and games. They also talked with us about many things.

Life in our (27) _________ became newer, noisier, and more exciting. Everyone – old and young – had a good time.

Please send my regards to Sister Sau and your family.

Younger Brother,

Le Van

23. A. having B. had C. has D. have

24. A. saw B. heard C. watched D. listened

25. A. bring B. buy C. brought D. bought

26. A. to B. with C. by D. for

27. A. village B. city C. town D. house

V. Choose the item among A, B, C or D that best answers the question about the passage:

The best birthday I’ve had was my 21st. My family said they were going to take me out to dinner but they had secretly planned a surprise party for me. As I opened the door to leave the house, there were about 30 friends standing outside. They all sang “Happy Birthday” and then we went back inside. I was given lots of cards and then I was given a small present. I opened it to find some car keys – my parents had bought me a car! My mother then brought out a cake with 21 candles on. I was so emotional that I almost couldn’t blow them out! I then just managed to make a short speech thanking everyone for coming and then we partied into the night. My mother had ordered food from a nearby restaurant. She had chosen all my favourite dishes, which all my friends enjoyed, too. After dinner, we started singing and dancing, and we really had a very good time together.

28. How did the writer feel at the party?

A. He felt unhappy. B. He felt surprised and emotional.

C. He felt humorous. D. He felt angry.

29. Which of the following sentences is TRUE?

A. There were over 40 friends to the writer's party.

B. The writer's parents gave him a car.

C. People went home after dinner.

D. There was not a birthday cake at the party.

30. What is the best title for this passage?

A. My unhappiest experience. B. My most unforgettable birthday party.

C. The biggest party. D. My birthday parties.

31. Where had the writer's mother ordered food?

A. She had cooked by herself. B. From a luxurious restaurant.

C. From a food stall. D. From a nearby restaurant.

32. Where did the writer have his 21st birthday party?

A. in a restaurant B. in a hotel

C. in the garden D. at his house


VI. Use the words to make meaningful sentences.

33. I/ have/ birthday party/ house/ 8 p.m/ tomorrow.

........................................................................................................................................................................

34. I catch/ the boy/ steal/ a book/ this bookshop/ yesterday.

........................................................................................................................................................................

35. She/ often/ do volunteer work/ because/ she/ like/ help people.

.......................................................................................................................................................................

36. They/ waste/ a lot of time/ chat/ their friends.

....................................................................................................................................................................

VI. Rewrite each sentence

37. Mary left work early because she didn’t feel well.

Not feeling

38. He was afraid that his father would punish him.

 He was afraid of

39. I thought that they would invite me to their wedding anniversary but they didn’t

 I expected

40. My sister prefers cooking to washing the dishes.

 My sister would rather

PRACTICE TEST 3

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

1. A. figure B. grow C. organize D. average

2. A. two B. twenty C. twice D. twinkle

3. A. contest B. competition C. question D. competitor

4. A. increase B. expect C. resource D. continue

5. A. judge B. stimulate C. annual D. opportunity


II. Choose the best answer.

6. To participate _____ the contest, you must be under 25 years old.

A. for B. at C. in D. about

7. My teachers always encourage _____ hard at school.

A. to work B. us to work C. working D. that we work

8. Six months after the accident, he still has difficulty _____.

A. to walk B. walking C. walked D. to walking

9. He accused me of __________ all my best.

A. not to trying B. not trying C. trying not D. not to try

10. He agreed __________ me with the housework.

A. helping B. to help C. to helping D. help

11. All the ________need to be at the competition room before 7 p.m.

A. participates B. participants C. participator D. participation

12. At first, things went smoothly and then the questions were more and more difficult.

A. without hope B. without energy

C. without difficulties D. without differences

13. The population of the world has been increasing faster and faster.

A. becoming greater in number B. getting smaller in amount

C. going limited D. being controlled

14. If Linda ________ her money, Sophie wouldn’t have bought the stereo system.

A. hadn’t lent B. didn’t lend C. hasn’t lent D. doesn’t lend

15. If Jack ________, I will speak to him.

A. called B. calls C. will call D. call

16. If I ________ you, I’d call and apologize her.

A. am B. were C. would be D. was
17. _________competitions or contests was it? - It was a General knowledge Quiz.

A. How B. Who C. What kind of D. When

18. He said that if it _________ heavily, he _________ at home

A. rains/ will stay B. rain/ will stay

C. rained/ would stay D. had rained/ would stay

III. Find the mistakes.

19. If they hadn’t invest much money, our factory wouldn’t have been rebuilt.

A B C D

20. He advised his daughter not to going out late at night.



A B C D

21. The taxi driver warned the little boy of jumping on the car.

A B C D

22. The thin man denied not having stolen the woman’s wallet.



A B C D

IV. Read the text and answer the questions by circling the letter A, B, C, or D.

China is the world largest country in population. Its population is approximately 1.3 billion, which is almost 22% of world population. Density (mËt ®é) is high in the southeast: 43 percent of the land contains most of its population. A quarter of the population of China is in the middle and lower parts of the Yangtze River, and population density reaches 663 people per square kilometer. Shanghai is China’s largest city, whose population density reaches 2,118 people per square kilometer.

China’s population growth rate has decreased in the past years, although its population is still increasing. In the 1970s, the government started to implement birth control programmes throughout the country: late marriage, late childbearing, a one-child family, and a four-year period between two births in the countryside where each couple may have more than one child. The annual growth rate of China’s population fell from 25.83% (in 1970) down to 11.21% (in 1994) and to 0.58% (in 2005). This should be considered a great success.

23. What is Shanghai's population density?

A. 636 people per square kilometer B. 663 people per square kilometer

C. 2,118 people per square kilometer D. 2,188 people per square kilometer

24. China's population growth rate decreased by ................. from 1994 to 2005.

A. 0.58% B. 25.83% C. 11.21% D. 10.63%

25. When did the China's government begin to carry out birth control programmes?

A. in the 1960s B. in the 1990s C. in the 1970s D. in the 1980s

26. Which of the following sentences is not true?

A. China's population is decreasing.

B. China's population density is high in the southeast.

C. China's population growth rate has decreased.

D. China is the world largest country in population.

27. How many people live in the middle and lower parts of the Yangtze River?

A. 1/4 of the population B. 1/2 of the population

C. 1/5 of the population D. 1/3 of the population


III. Read the following passage and choose the correct form to fill in each blank.

The Olympics Games

The ancient Greeks first had the idea of getting men together every four years to hold and witness (28) .......................... (in those days women did not participate). The idea was to have the best athletes from all over Greece gather in one field and (29) ........................... every four years. All wars and fighting had to (30) ....................... while the athletes and their supporters came together in the town of Olympia for a few days to compete for a few events.

The idea of having the modern Games was suggested in the mid 19th (31) ................ but they weren’t a world event until 1986. Besides being postponed because of wars, they (32) ................ since then every four years in different cities around the world.

28. A. musical shows B. knowledge quizzes

C. sporting events D. art competitions

29. A. competitive B. competitor C. compete D. competition

30. A. start B. begin C. continue D. stop

31. A. decade B. month C. year D. century

32. A. have held B. have been held C. been held D. held

VI. Use the words to make meaningful sentences.

33. He/ advise/ daughter/ not/ go out/ late/ night.

........................................................................................................................................................................34. His parents/ congratulate/ him/ pass/ entrance exam.

........................................................................................................................................................................35. She / remind / me / turn / off / lights / before / go / out /.

........................................................................................................................................................................

36. If/ I/ my mobile/ yesterday/ I/ contact/ you.

........................................................................................................................................................................VII. Rewrite the following sentences without changing their meaning.

37. "Come and enjoy the party this Sunday evening, Brown." Mary said.

 Mary invited …………………………………….…………………………………..

38. “You cheated in the exam,” the teacher said to his student.

 The teacher accused …………………………………………………………………

39. “Let’s go on holiday” said Susan.

 Susan suggested …………………...……………………..…………………………

40. “If it doesn’t rain, we will go with you,” they said to me.

 They told me that……..……………………………………………………………..


PRACTICE TEST 4

I. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.

1. A. increase B. limit C. birth D. figure

2. A. elephant B. event C. engineer D. let

3. A. listened B. liked C. watched D. stopped

4. A. special B. calendar C. decorate D. colored

5. A. remote B. represent C. dress D.general


II. Choose the best answer to complete each sentence.

6. Banh Chung is made _________ sticky rice, green beans and fatty pork.

A. of B. from C. with D. by

7. I threw my old trainers and bought some new _________.

A. ones B. one C. some D. any

8. There’s _________waiting outside to see you. She didn’t tell me her name.

A. no one B. anyone C. someone D. everyone

9. There are two films on TV this evening. Which _________would you prefer to see?

A. one B. ones C. someone D. anyone

10. Peach blossoms are popular at Tet in the North of Vietnam.

A. leaves B. branches C. trees D. flowers

11. Tet is the most important celebration to agrarian people in Vietnam.

A. oriental B. rice C. planting D. farming

12. John _________ on going to the circus instead of the cinema.

A. refused B. agreed C. suggested D. insisted

13. Valentine’s Day falls _________ 14th February.

A. on B. by C. in D. of

14. Thank you a lot for ___________ me do this difficult exercise.

A. helped B. help C. helping D. to help

15. Many governments are trying to control the population ______

A. grown B. grew C. grow D. growth

16. We have to protect our country's natural _________, such as coal, oil, and forests.

A. resources B. population C. methods D. figures

17. Children often receive presents from their parents at Christmas.

A. candy B. cards C. candles D. gifts

18. He wouldn't have had an accident if he _________ more carefully.

A. drove B. had driven C. have driven D. drives


III. Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.

19. The rain prevented us for climbing to the top of the mountain.

A B C D

20. I couldn’t make my car to start this morning.

A B C D

21. The students apologized from not doing their homework.



A B C D

22. If you work hard, you would be successful in anything that you do.

A B C D

IV. Read the passage and choose the best answers:

Preparations for Tet, Vietnamese New Year, start two or three months before the actual celebrations. People try to pay off their debts in advance so that they can be debt-free on Tet. Parents buy new clothes for their children so that the children can wear them when Tet arrives. Because a lot of commercial activities will cease during the celebrations people try to stock up on supplies as much as possible.

In the days leading up to Tet, the streets and markets are full of people. Everyone is busy buying food, clothes, and decorating for their house. Each family prepares some special foods for the holiday. Those who live far away from home will try to come home to celebrate Tet with their families. Vietnamese families usually have a family altar to pay respect to their ancestors. During Tet the altar is thoroughly cleaned and new offerings are placed there.

On New Year's Eve each home is thoroughly cleaned and decorated with flowers and offerings for ancestors by the night before Tet. Many people stay up until midnight to welcome the New Year or go to the pagoda to pray for luck, prosperity, and happiness

In the morning, actual Tet celebrations begin. The first day of Tet is reserved for the nuclear family. In big cities, the streets are usually empty as most people stay at home or leave the city to visit their close relatives in the countryside. Usually, children dress their new clothes and give their elders the traditional Tet greetings before receiving the lucky money.

23. This passage is about _________.

A. Lunar New Year in Vietnam B. the first day of the New Year

C. preparations for Tet holiday D. paying debt before Tet

24. Vietnamese children _________.

A. have to pay off debt before Tet B. should not receive any money during Tet

C. are not allowed to wear new clothes at Tet D. receive lucky money from adults during Tet

25. Which is NOT mentioned as a preparation for Tet?

A. Visiting friends and relatives. B. Cooking special foods.

C. Decorating houses. D. Paying off debts

26. Which is NOT referred during Tet celebration?

A. Going to the pagoda B. The increasing of commercial activities

C. Visiting relatives D. Wearing new clothes

27. Vietnamese families _________.

A. do not celebrate Tet if they are poor. B. only celebrate Tet when they are wealthy.

C. have an altar to worship their ancestors. D. gather in the streets on the first day of Tet.

V. Read the passage and choose the best answer for each blank.

The first Thanksgiving (28)________ celebrated by the Pilgrims in 1621 to congratulate on a successful harvest in the new land. The celebration was (29) _______ on harvest traditions (30)_______the colonists brought with them from England. In 1863, Abraham Lincoln proclaimed Thanksgiving as a national holiday. Thanksgiving Day is held on the 3rd Thursday in November. American families get (31) _______ to watch football and eat a big meal with turkey and grandma's apple pie. Beyond food and football, Thanksgiving is also about (32)_____ and partnership. Since the first Thanksgiving, many families, from different parts all over the world, which have settled in America, have adopted this American holi­day of giving thanks as one of their own.

28. A. is B. was C. has D. would

29. A. based B. dated C. found D. put

30. A. who B. which C. when D. one

31. A. other B. altogether C. together D. one another

32. A. friend B. friendly C. friendless D. friendship
VI. Use the given words to make sentences.

33. Tet holiday/ people/ often/ go/ the pagoda/ pray for luck/ happiness

…………...............................……………………………………………………………………………

34. Children / say / best wishes / adults / give / lucky money

………..........................…………………………………………………………………………….…..

35. I/ apologise/ not/ invite/ him/ the party/ last night

………….........................……………………………………………………………………………..

36. I / ask/ children/ do/ all homework/ before/ go to school.

…………......................……………………………………………………………………………..

VII. Rewrite the following sentences without changing their meaning.

37. He didn’t study hard, so he failed the final exams.

If he .................................................................................................................................................................

38. She was talking to her friend and forgot everything around her.

Talking ................................................................................................................................................................

39. 'I'll never come to class late any more,’ that student said.

That student promised ..........................................................................................................................................

40. “You told my mother that secret,” Tom said to Helen.

Tom accused ..........................................................................................................................................................

- THE END -


KEY FOR PRACTICE TEST 1


1C

5B

9D

13A

17B

21A (had bought)

25D

29B

2A

6D

10D

14B

18D

22B (to hear)

26A

30B

3C

7D

11B

15D

19A (to do)

23B

27C

31A

4A

8A

12C

16C

20B (held)

24C

28D

32B

33. My father does not allow me to use the telephone at school.

34. Good friendship should be based on mutual understanding.

35. Taking part in the English club makes me more interested in learning English.

36. He is loyal to his family and his friends.

37. We watched him climb/ climbing the mountain.

38. Mastering English is necessary.

39. I spent 15 minutes walking to school yesterday.

40. The bag was too heavy for him to carry upstairs.

KEY FOR PRACTICE TEST 2


1C

5D

9D

13B

17C

21C (to be asked)

25C

29B

2A

6B

10D

14C

18C

22B (for)

26D

30B

3D

7B

11A

15B

19B (speaking)

23D

27A

31D

4B

8C

12B

16C

20A (having finished)

24B

28B

32D

33. I am going to have a birthday party at my house at 8p.m tomorrow.

34. I caught the boy stealing a book in this bookshop yesterday.

35. She often does volunteer work because she likes helping people.

36. They waste a lot of time chatting with their friends.

37. Not feeling well, Mary left work early

38. He was afraid of being punished by his father.

39. I expected to be invited to their wedding anniversary but I wasn’t.

40. My sister would rather cook than wash the dishes.

KEY FOR PRACTICE TEST 3


1D

5A

9B

13A

17C

21C (against)

25C

29C

2A

6C

10B

14A

18C

22B (having)

26A

30D

3B

7B

11B

15B

19A (hadn’t invested)

23C

27A

31D

4C

8B

12C

16B

20C (go)

24D

28C

32B

33. He advised his daughter not to go out late at night.

34. His parents congratulated him on passing the entrance exam.

35. She reminded me to turn off the lights before going to bed.

36. If I had had my mobile yesterday I would have contacted you.

37. Mary invited Brown to come and enjoy the party that Sunday evening.

38. The teacher accused his students of cheating in the exam.

39. Susan suggested going on a holiday.

40. They told me that if it didn’t rain, they would go with me.

KEY FOR PRACTICE TEST 4


1C

5A

9A

13A

17D

21B(for)

25A

29A

2B

6B

10D

14C

18B

22B (will)

26B

30B

3A

7A

11D

15D

19B (from)

23A

27C

31C

4A

8C

12D

16A

20C (start)

24D

28B

32D

33. On Tet holiday, people often visit relatives, friends, and go to the pagoda to pray for luck and happiness.

34. Children say the best wishes to adults and are given lucky money.

35. I apologised for not inviting him to the party last night.

36. I asked the children to do all homework before going to bed.

37. If he had studied hard he wouldn’t have failed the final exams.

38. Talking to her friend, she forgot everything around her.

39. That student promised not to come to class late anymore.



40. Tom accused Helen of telling his mother that secret.



N guyen Van Cu Upper secondary School



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