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TRNG THPT VN QUAN

T TING ANH

Mark

KIM TRA 45 LN 2 HC K I
MN: TING ANH
M : 001
H v tn:....
Lp: 11A..
Comments

I. Listen and decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F).
1. Teaching is one of the worst careers.
2. A teacher has to know nothing about the subject which he teaches.
3. A teacher has to be competent and creative.
4. A teachers working day is very long.
5. Teachers are well-paid.
II. Read the text below and choose one correct answer for each question.
A music competition is an event in which people compete for prizes by
performing music. Music competitions can be for solo performers or for small or
large groups such as orchestras, bands or choirs. Some competitions are for young
people who are starting to make a professional career in music. Other music
competitions may be for amateurs, which means that professional musicians are
not allowed to compete.
The person who decides who is the winner is called the adjudicator. Some
big festivals have a team of several adjudicators who decide together on the
winner.
The British and International Federation of Music Festivals organizes music
competitions for amateurs in many parts of the British isles. Children and adults
can take part, competing in classes for music, speech and drama and dance.
Competitions like these are often called festivals because the main reason for
taking part is to enjoy performing rather than just to win.
There are many big international competitions for some of the most talented
musicians from all over the world. Winning a big competition can help a young
musician to start a successful career. Some people think it can also be a bad thing
to win a big competition, especially foe musicians who are still very young. It may
make them a star for a short time but they still have to get better and mature as a
musician and a person.
1. Who are not allowed to compete in competitions for amateurs?
A. Young musicians.
B. Old musicians.
C. Professional musicians.
D. Famous musicians
2. The adjudicator is
.
A. the winner in a competition
B. the loser in a competition
C. the person who observes the competition
D. the person who decides who is the winner

3. Why are some music competitions called festivals ?


A. Because many competitors want to get enjoyment rather than to win.
B. Because there are many competitors in each music competition.
C. Because they are well-organized.
D. Because people of all ages can take part in the competitions.
4. The word talented in the last paragraph is closest in meaning to
.
A. clever
B. gifted
C. disabled
D. wealthy
5. Why is it sometimes bad for young musicians to win a big competition?
A. Because they get too little money.
B. Because they can be a star for a short time.
C. Because they can think they are the best and dont learn any more.
D. Because they still grow up and can play better.
III. Rewrite the following sentences.
1. Could you open the door, she said to me.
She asked.................................................................................................................
2. It was nice of you to give me the gift, he told me.
He thanked...
3. Yes, I stole the car, the thief said.
The thief admitted
4. Dont forget to post the letter, my mother said to me.
My mother reminded...
5. You should speak English as much as possible, Mr. Hung told us.
Mr. Hung encouraged..
IV. Choose the word in each group that has the underlined part pronounced
differently from the rest.
1. A. why
B. when
C. where
D. whole
2. A. wrong
B. which
C. when
D. what
3. A. pretty
B. better
C. trend
D. dress
4. A. studio
B. future
C. full
D. student
5. A. centre
B. trousers
C. traffic
D. trick
V. Choose the best answer to compete each sentence.
1. The number of literate males went up......................... between 2000 and 2007.
A. rarely
B. fastly
C. hardly
D. sharply
2. My father.........................me to take part in the campaign.
A. insisted
B. waited
C. encouraged
D. hoped
3. In Vietnam, by July 2000, only 94% of the.........................was able to read and
write.
A. popular
B. population
C. public
D. popularly
4. The competition's aim is to.........................the spirit of learning English among
students.
A. offer
B. present
C. stimulate
D. grow
5. He denied.........................the contest without asking his parents.
A. have been entering B. to enter
C. entering
D. have entered
= = = = The end = = = =

TRNG THPT VN QUAN


T TING ANH

Mark

KIM TRA 45 LN 2 HC K I
MN: TING ANH
M : 002
H v tn:....
Lp: 11A..
Comments

I. Listen and decide whether the following statements are true (T) or false (F).
1. Teaching is one of the worst careers.
2. A teacher has to know nothing about the subject which he teaches.
3. A teacher has to be competent and creative.
4. A teachers working day is very long.
5. Teachers are well-paid.
II. Choose the best answer to compete each sentence.
1. He denied.........................the contest without asking his parents.
A. entering
B. have entered
C. have been entering D. to enter
2. My father.........................me to take part in the campaign.
A. encouraged
B. hoped
C. waited
D. insisted
3. The number of literate males went up......................... between 2000 and 2007.
A. hardly
B. fastly
C. rarely
D. sharply
4. In Vietnam, by July 2000, only 94% of the.........................was able to read and
write.
A. popular
B. public
C. population
D. popularly
5. The competition's aim is to.........................the spirit of learning English among
students.
A. stimulate
B. present
C. offer
D. grow
III. Rewrite the following sentences.
1. Could you open the door, she said to me.
She asked.................................................................................................................
2. It was nice of you to give me the gift, he told me.
He thanked...
3. Yes, I stole the car, the thief said.
The thief admitted
4. Dont forget to post the letter, my mother said to me.
My mother reminded...
5. You should speak English as much as possible, Mr. Hung told us.
Mr. Hung encouraged..
IV. Read the text below and choose one correct answer for each question.
A music competition is an event in which people compete for prizes by
performing music. Music competitions can be for solo performers or for small or
large groups such as orchestras, bands or choirs. Some competitions are for young
people who are starting to make a professional career in music. Other music

competitions may be for amateurs, which means that professional musicians are
not allowed to compete.
The person who decides who is the winner is called the adjudicator. Some
big festivals have a team of several adjudicators who decide together on the
winner.
The British and International Federation of Music Festivals organizes music
competitions for amateurs in many parts of the British isles. Children and adults
can take part, competing in classes for music, speech and drama and dance.
Competitions like these are often called festivals because the main reason for
taking part is to enjoy performing rather than just to win.
There are many big international competitions for some of the most talented
musicians from all over the world. Winning a big competition can help a young
musician to start a successful career. Some people think it can also be a bad thing
to win a big competition, especially foe musicians who are still very young. It may
make them a star for a short time but they still have to get better and mature as a
musician and a person.
1. Who are not allowed to compete in competitions for amateurs?
A. Young musicians.
B. Old musicians.
C. Professional musicians.
D. Famous musicians
2. The adjudicator is
.
A. the winner in a competition
B. the loser in a competition
C. the person who observes the competition
D. the person who decides who is the winner
3. Why are some music competitions called festivals?
A. Because many competitors want to get enjoyment rather than to win.
B. Because there are many competitors in each music competition.
C. Because they are well-organized.
D. Because people of all ages can take part in the competitions.
4. The word talented in the last paragraph is closest in meaning to
.
A. clever
B. gifted
C. disabled
D. wealthy
5. Why is it sometimes bad for young musicians to win a big competition?
A. Because they get too little money.
B. Because they can be a star for a short time.
C. Because they can think they are the best and dont learn any more.
D. Because they still grow up and can play better.
V. Choose the word in each group that has the underlined part pronounced
differently from the rest.
1. A. when
B. where
C. why
D. whole
2. A. what
B. when
C. wrong
D. which
3. A. future
B. student
C. full
D. studio
4. A. pretty
B. dress
C. trend
D. better
5. A. trick
B. trousers
C. traffic
D. centre
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KEY (M 001)
I. Listening (5 x 0,5 = 2,5)
1. F
2. F
3. T
4. F
5. F
Tapescript:
Teaching is one of the noblest careers. This can be rewarding if you like to
deal with people, especially children. You have a chance to meet new students
every new school year. They are very interesting, although some of them are
naughty, most of them are lovely and friendly.
A teacher is required some particular knowledge about a certain subject
which he teaches and besides that, he has to know about many other fields. He has
to be competent and creative.
A teachers working day is short. It usually ranges from 4 to 5 hours.
However, he has a lot of things to do at home, such as planning lessons, correcting
papers, doing research, reading textbooks and reference books. Teachers are not
well-paid compared with many others, such as engineers, doctors, and
businessmen. But one of the most attractive aspects of teaching is the long holidays
during summer with full salary.
II. Reading (5 x 0,5 = 2,5)
1. C. Professional musicians.
2. D. the person who decides who is the winner
3. A. Because many competitors want to get enjoyment rather than to win.
4. B. gifted
5. C. Because they can think they are the best and dont learn any more.
III. Writing (5 x 0,5 = 2,5)
1. She asked me to open the door.
2. He thanked me for giving him the gift.
3. The thief admitted stealing the car.
4. My mother reminded me to post the letter.
5. Mr. Hung encouraged us to speak English as much as possible.
IV. Pronunciation (5 x 0,25 = 1,25)
1. D. whole
2. A. wrong
3. A. pretty
4. C. full
5. A. centre
V. Grammar and Vocabulary (5 x 0,25 = 1,25)
1. D. sharply
2. C. encouraged
3. B. population
4. C. stimulate
5. C. entering