Review for the first term test Grade 11

A. Language focus:

1. Phonetics: - Pronunciation: consonants and clusters

 - Stress

2 Grammar: -Verb tenses

 - Kinds of verb (both in active and passive)

 - Reported speech with infinitives, gerunds and conditional sentences

 - Conditional types 1,2,3.

3. Vocabulary: -Word formation

 - Linking words, preposition, and words in context.

B. Skills:

1. Reading: - Reading comprehension.(Multiple choice)

 - Gap filling

2. Writing: - Rewrite sentences (with the word(s) given) without changing the meaning.

 - Error recognition.


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e, he didn’t want to try again.
 They denied (be) there.
 If she catches you (read) her dairy, she will be furious.
 John hoped (appoint) as the head teacher of the school.
 (Be) honest, I’ve done this kind of work before.
 Laura has decided (attend) a cooking course.
Ask him (come) in. Don’t keep him (stand) at the door.
I (not see) the film last night because I (see) it several times before.
 Mary ( not wear) her glasses at that time so she (not see) what color the man’s T-shirt (be)
 The new students hope (include) in many of the school’s social activities. 
 The doors are too dirty. They need ( clean)
 John had agreed (meet) me in his office.
 It’s important for the figures (update) regularly.
(your parents/ not/ be) proud if they could see you now?
I’ll lend you War and Peace if I (finish) it before you go on holiday.
If you had worked harder, you (pass) your final exam.
(Photocopy) all the papers, Sarah put them back in the file.
I found a coin (lie) on the sidewalk.
Our mechanic said that he expects (fix) the brake on the car before we pick it up. 
We had hoped (finish) the project by the end of the month but we keep (delay) by changes in the plans.
Those shirts need (iron),but you don’t need (iron) them now.
Are we permitted (bring) guests to the ceremony? I'd like (invite) my friend to join us.
I was just about to leave when I (remember) my briefcase.
It’s no good (write) to him. He never answers the letters.
There was no way of (get) out of the building except by (climb) down a robe and Ann was too terrified (do) this.
When we met, Jack avoided (look) at me.
III. Find out 1 mistake in each sentence and correct it.
I’ve been studying French since I’ve started high school.
It took them at least two months learning how to pronounce these words.
I decided to change jobs because my boss made me working overtime.
The editor decided not publish the story because the facts were unreliable.
When I was sick with the flu, my mother made me to eat soup and rest in bed
Having lived here for seven years, my friend is used to speak English with all her classmates.
To grow well, a tree must be well-suited to the area where is it planted.
There are a lot of work to do here.
I couldn't make my car to start this morning.
My boss doesn't allow me using the telephone for private calls.
I'm sure he is capable in running a mile in four minutes.
Good friendship should be basing on mutual understanding.
I'm delighted hearing that you have made much progress in your study recently.
She said the letter was personal and wouldn't let me to read it.
It's impossible for me being there before 8.00p.m. 
I saw a man to jump through the window 5 minutes ago, but I couldn't remember his face. 
If I will have to make a difficult decision, I always discuss it with my friends.
He should ever call again, please tell him that I am not at home.
If you were here yesterday, you would have seen Jean.
Unless we work harder, we will finish it on time .
You should visit that part of the country when it will be spring.
John decided buying a new car in the morning, but in the afternoon he changed his mind. 
He warned us to be careful of strangers and not go out at night.
We were advised not drinking the water in the bottle.
The teacher told us to keep quietly during the lesson.
You'd not better swim too far from the shore.
 She said that if it does not rain tomorrow, she would go out with you. 
 After driving for twenty miles, he suddenly realized that he has been driving in the wrong direction.
 If it had not been rained so hard, we would have dinner out. 
 The thief admitted him having stolen more than 100 wallets. 
Vietnamese women were official allowed to vote in 1945. 
The number of participants in the competition have increased to 360 . 
John lived in New York since 1960 to 1975, but he is now living in Detroit.
IV. Rewrite sentences.
As I don't have a credit card, I find it difficult to book an airline ticket over the phone.( present participle)
Keith spent a lot of time filling in job application forms because he was unemployed. ( present participle)
The house was built of wood, so it was clearly a fire risk.( present participle)
She didn't know where the theater was, so she asked for directions at the hotel reception.(If)
As she was a nurse, she knew what to do after the accident.( present participle)
'It was nice of you to invite me to your birthday party. Thanks very much.' =>Mike thanked _____
 'I must have made a mistake in the calculations." =>Mr. Forest admitted ____
'I'll pay for the meal.' =>Sarah insisted ________
'Perhaps we can go to Paris for the weekend.' =>Neil suggested _________
'I can get you there in good time.' =>Jim guaranteed _______
'I'm sorry I couldn't come to visit you last summer.' =>Kate apologized ____
'We'll organize the Christmas party.' =>They promised _______
'I hear you won the championship. Congratulations!' =>Dane congratulated ________
'I wish I'd asked for his name and address.' =>I regretted _________
'All right. We will meet the student representatives.' =>The teachers agreed ________
'You mustn't drink too much caffeine.' =>Marta warned ________
I don't ride the bus to school every morning because it's always so crowded.(If)
The schoolchildren sowed some seeds, but they forgot to water them so they didn't grow.(If)
Stop talking or you won't understand the lesson.(If)
The wind is blowing hard, so we won't take the boat out for a ride.(If)
Carol didn’t answer the phone because she was studying.(If)
I feel better now because you talked to me about my problems yesterday.(If)
Because I don't have enough free time, I can't help my mother with the housework.(If)
Rita is exhausted today because she didn't get any sleep last night.(If)
I didn't prepare for today's lesson: So it is difficult for me to understand the teacher's explanation.(If)
'If I had any money I'd buy you a drink,' she said to me.(reported speech)
'If I catch the plane I'll be home by five,' he said.(reported speech)
'You should stay in bed if you feel unwell.' my mother said.(reported speech)
'What would you do if you were having a problem with grammar, Jane?' Anne asked.(reported speech)
'I'd have been in bad trouble if Jane hadn't helped me,' he said.(reported speech)
I met her during my stay in Paris last summer. (while)
Mac Kenzie wrote four best-sellers before he was twenty. (By the age)
 He was crossing the road. I caught sight of him.=> I noticed....
Jimmy got into his car and drove away. I saw this.=>I saw....
They had a good meal and then went to dance. => After they 
V. Choose the word in each group that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the rest:
1. A. gossip
B. generous
C. origin
D. gymnastic
2. A. mutual
B. question
C. feature
D. confidential
3. A. change
B. character
C. cheese
D. chilly
4. A. bank
B. against
C. seventh
D. avenue
5. A. noble
B. nose
C. notice
D. novel
6. A. house
B. horse
C. honor
D. hospitable
7. A. what
B. wheel
C. who
D. whale
8. A. debt
B. pub
C. sob
D. object
9. A. beloved
B. helped
C. laughed
D. liked
10. A. tells
B. talks
C. stays 
D. steals
11. A. advanced
B. annual
C. announce
D. awarded
12. A. result
B. website
C. sponsor
D. practise
13. A. bright
B. find
C. win
D. shine
14. A. white
B. write
C. west
D. wear
15. A. rhythm
B. hour
C. honest
D. holiday
A. time	B. question	C. test	D. train
A. twelve	B. when	C. win	D. answer
A. cat	B. contest	C. receive	D. curriculum
A. write	B. wrong	C. well	D. wrinkle
A. laughed	B. cooked	C. watched	D. needed
A. please 	B. increase 	C. reach 	D. instead 
A. available 	B. land 	C. family 	D. plan 
A. double 	B. enough 	C. doubt 	D. touch 
A. raise 	B. answer 	C. organization 	D. rise 
A. create 	B. creature 	C. creative 	D. creation
VI. Choose one word whose stress pattern is different from the others:
1. A. gossip
B. common
C. rumor
D. sincere
2.A. pleasant
B. handsome
C. pursuit
D. medium
3. A. loyalty
B. interest
C. quality
D. apartment
4. A. finish
B. begin
C. intend
D. invite
5. A. together
B. refreshments
C. informal
D. lemonade
6. A. volunteer
B. handicapped
C. mountainous
D. gratitude
7. A. performance
B. donation
C. organize
D. vacation
8. A. college
B. healthy
C. remote
D. children
9. A. academic
B. eradicate
C. minority
D. maturity
10. A. relevant 
B. volunteer
C. primary
D. different
11. A. effective
B. promotion
C. important
D. difficulty
12. A. annual
B. enjoy
C. appoint
D. achieve
13. A. energy
B. every
C. organize
D. observe
14. A. encourage
B. enjoyment
C. physical
D. exciting
15. A. answer
B. service
C. decade
D. refuse
a. contest 	b. sponsor 	c. observe 	d. complete
a. stimulate 	b. competition 	c. disappointed 	d. opportunity
a. recite 	b. organize 	c. apologize 	d. participate
a. knowledge	 	b. maximum 	c. athletics 	d. marathon
a. encourage 	b. compete 	c. award 	d. represent
a. population 	b. available.	c. university 	d. education
a. support 	b. repeat 	c. increase 	d. expect.
a. punishment 	b. government 	c. journalism 	d. organization
VII. choose the best answer 
Two friends should be loyal..each other 	A. on	B. with 	C. in 	D. to.
My father took an interest in collecting stamps. He had a valuable stamp collection
A. on 	B. up	 C. in 	D. over
he had a bad cough so the doctor advised him to give..smoking 	
A. up	B. in 	C. of 	D. for
When the candles were blown , the room was in dark.	
A. of	B. out 	C. at 	D. in.
I often take part  social activities every weekend 	
A. For	B. against 	C. over	D. in.
The teacher divided the class into three groups ten. 	
A. Of 	B. with 	C. in 	D. for.
Have you got any difficult  learning about these answers? 	
A. For 	B. about 	C. in 	 D. with 
Peter should have apologised .being late this morning, but he did not 
A. about	 B. at	 C. for 	D. up
You can believe him. I do not think he is capable . telling lies 	 
A. to 	 B. of 	 	C. at 	 	 D. on 
Would you .my opening the windows now 	
A. mind 	 B. concern 	C. worry D. want
 I really like Emma Watson. She had such a good sense of .
A. Intelligent. 	B. humour	 	C. honest 	D. patience.
You should .. more attention to this new type of exercise. 
A. Make.	B. Take C. pay D. concentrate.
She quickly . at her notes again before entering the examination room.
A. Saw 	B. glanced 	C. observed	D. watched.
The child is so  that she never lets others touch her toys. 	 
A. Kind 	B. sneaky 	C. cruel D. selfish
I have no . to his coming here. 	
A. Objection 	B. idea 	C. protest 	D. complaint
It is important to .. illiteracy out of this world. 	
A. Delete	B. cancel 	C. eradicate 	D. damage
Are you willing to takein our project?	 
A. part	 B. participation 	C. role 	 D. contribution
I warn you  pickpockets in the shopping areas 	
A. With 	B. against 	C. on 	D. to 
20 People are not aware  the problem of overpopulation. 	
A. for 	 B. of 	 C. at	D. in
21 . Traveling by airplane for the first time was a ..experience. 
	A. memorial 	B. memory 	C. memorable 	D. memorized
22. Thanks to medical improvements, the rate in Newtown has recently decreased. 
	A. dead 	B. death 	C. deadly 	D. deaden 
23. A young adult's choices for a birth control might be different from that of a woman who is older or who is married. A. technique 	B. method 	C. way 	D. skill
26 . I want to congratulate you ________the contest.
	A. to win 	B. at winning 	C. on winning 	D. about winning
27. The English contest_________ the Student Union is an annual event in my school.
	A. by	B. organized by	C. held	D. to held
29. A-------------is a person chosen to speak on behalf of a group.
	A. monitor	B. representative 	C. president	D. member
30. Motorbike is the most popular means of-------------in Vietnam.
	A. transporting 	B. transport	C. transporter	D. transported
31. Students from the northern ----------are asked to help their illiterate relatives with writing and reading skills.	A. houses	B. highlands	C. planet	D. global
32. Students must obey class ---------A. regulations 	B. laws C. conferences	D. times
33 Nigeria has a population _______ nearly 100 million. 	A. about 	B. in 	C. of 	D. with
34.. how difficult the job was, I mightn't have taken it.
A If I know B . If I would know 	C Did I know D . Had I known
35 Most students find English Competitions _______. 
a. enjoying 	 b. enjoyment 	c. enjoyed d. enjoyable
36 I am pleased to _______ the winner of the final competition. It's Group B.
a. recite 	b. announce 	c. explain 	d. appoint
37 My teachers always encourage ____ hard at school 	 
a. to work b. us to work c. working d. that we work
38 Six months after the accident, he still has difficulty _____.
a. to walk 	b. walking	 c. walked 	d. walk
39 The President expressed his deep sorrow over the bombing deaths.
a. sadness 	b. anxiety 	c. disappointment 	d. interest
40 The children seem to be totally capable __ working by themselves. 	
a. on 	 b. of 	c. in	d. for
41 Your friendship should be based on ______ trust. 	
a. basic b. fragile c. mutual	d. blind
42 I had a glance at the article, but I haven't read it yet.
a. close look 	b. quick look 	c. direct look 	d. furtive look
43 The anniversary of the founding of the charity falls ____ 12th November.	 
a. in 	 	b. on 	 c. at 	 d. to
44 They give care and comfort ______ disadvantaged children. 	
a. for	b. to 	c. on 	d. at
VIII. reading
A. choose the best answer to complete the following passage :
More and more young people are (1).voluntary work abroad. The wild variety of jobs and destinations available is making it an increasingly attractive option for those who have just left school and have a year free before university. Many choose to spend these twelve months working in poor countries. There they will earn little (2)no money. But they will be doing something useful – and enjoying the experience.
The work may (3)..of helping the local communities, for example by helping to build new road or provide water supplies to isolated rural villages. Other projects may concentrate more on conservation or environmental protection (4)..kind of job it is, it is certain to be (5)..and worthwhile, and an experience that will never be forgotten.
1.	A. doing	B. making	C. taking	D. getting
2. 	A. with	B. but	C. or	D. and
3. 	A. consist	B. include	C. contain	D. involve
4. 	A. Any	B. What	C. However	D. Whatever
5. 	A. challenging	B. dangerous	C. difficult	D. attracted
Choose the word or phrase- a, b, c or d - that best fits the blank space in the following passage. 
A beauty contest, or beauty pageant, is a competition between people, (31) _______ largely on the beauty of their physical appearance. The modern beauty pageant can (32) _______ its origin to the Miss America pageant, first held in Atlantic City, New Jersey, in 1921, under the title ‘Inter-City Beauty' contest. The following year the title was (33) _______ as Miss America. Other contests include the yearly Miss World competition and Miss Universe, which are the two largest and most famous (34) _______ beauty contests. Women from around the world (35) _______ in the competition for these titles. To be selected as Miss World or Miss Universe, a contestant must be (36) _______ or single. If a Miss World fails to live up to people's expectations, she may, be (37) _______. The organizers of the major beauty contests represent their contests (38) _______ being events of world importance. (39) _______ many other people consider beauty contests to be (40) _______ entertainment event of no great importance.
a. set 	b. based 	c. regarded 	d. used
a. trace 	b. explain 	c. pass 	d. share
a. renewed 	b. removed 	c. renamed 	d. retained
a. nation 	b. national 	c. internationale 	d. international
a. interest 	b. participate	 	c. excite 	d. involve
a. celibate 	b. faithful 	c. impressive 	d. attractive
a. dismissed	b. declared	 	c. disqualified 	d. dispensed
a. of 	b. to 	c. for 	d. as
a. Besides 	b. However 	c. Therefore 	d. Furthermore
a. mass 	b. popular 	c. agreeable 	d. remarkable.
C. Read the passage and choose the best option to complete the sentences 
 The nuclear family, consisting of a mother, father, and their children may be more an American ideal than an American reality. Of course, the so-called traditional American family was always more varied than we had been led to believe, reflecting the very different racial, ethnic, class, and religious customs among different American groups.
 The most recent government statistics reveal that only about one third of all current American families fit the traditional mold and another third consists of married couples who either have no children or have none still living at home. Of the final one third, about 20 percent of the total number of American households is single people, usually women over sixty-five years of age. A small percentage, about 3 percent of the total, consists of unmarried people who choose to live together; and the rest, about 7 percent, are single, usually divorced parents, with at least one child.
1) With what topic is the passage mainly concerned?
 A. the traditional American family	B. The nuclear family.
 C. The ideal family.	D. The current American family.
2) The writer implies that ........................ .
 A. there has always been a wide variety of family arrangements in the U.S
 B. racial, ethnic, and religious groups have preserved the traditional family structure.	
 C. the ideal American is the best structure.
 D. fewer married couples are having children.
3) Who generally constitutes a one-person household?
 A. A single man in his twenties	B. A single woman in her late sixties
 C. An elderly man	D. A divorced woman.
4) According to the passage, married couples whose children have grown or who have no children represent ..........
 A. 7 percent of households	B. 20 percent of households	
 C. 33,3 percent of households	 	D. 3 percent of households	
5) The word current in line 7 is closest in meaning to ................... 
A. present	 	 B. contemporary 	C. now 	D. modern
Good luck
Date of planning: 28/09/2012 Date: / / 2012
Date of teaching: / / 2012 Sign of the leader
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( 45 MINUTES )
Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the other words:
1. A. danger	B. goal	C. jump	D. general
2. A. language	B. energy	C. bank	D. anger
3. talks	B. spends	C. gets	D. tops
4. needed	B. crooked	C. interested	D. turned
Choose the correct answer to each of the following sentence:
5. I think itThe sky is so cloudy.
A. will rain	B. is going to rain	C. rains	D. rained
6. I’ve got lots of..but only a few really good friends.
A. best friends	B. acquaintances	C. neighbours	D. partners
7. We arrived..the station just in time to catch the train.
A. in	B. at	C. to	D. for
8. He was enormouslywhen my father died
A. sympathy	B. sympathetic	C. sympathize	D. sympathetically
9. Wethem before the reception yesterday.
A. haven’t met	B. hadn’t met	C. didn’t meet	D. wouldn’t meet
10. I..a car accident while I for you on this corner yesterday.
A. saw/was waiting	B. see/am waiting	C. saw/waited	D. see/wait
11. My brother $5.
A. to lend	B. lending	C. to have lent	D. lend
12. I used to.TV more often than I do now.
A. watching	B. watch	C. watched	D. to watching
13. Nowadays parents make their childrentoo hard.
A. working	B. work	C. worked	D. to working
14. The girl deniedthe news
A. tell	B. told	C. to tell	D. telling
15. Would you like.your holiday with my family in Brazil?
A. spend	B. to spend	C. spending	D. spent
16. I remembernext door to you when we were in Australia.
A. to live	B. living	C. live	D. have lived
17. A: “ A motorbike knocked Ted down.”
 B: “..”
A. what is it now?	B. Poor Ted!	C. How terrific!	D. what a motorbike!
18. He..this book last year.
A. write	B. writes	C. wrote	D. writing
Choose the underlined part that must be changed to be correct
19. Anne hoped being invited (A) to join (B)the private club. She could(C) make (D) important business contacts there. 
20. I don’t (A) remember to be told (B) of the decision to change (C) the company policy on vocations. When was (D) it decided?
B. WRITING: (5 points)
 Read the passage and answer the following questions.(2pts)
That was Mai’s 16th birthday and her parents held a birthday party for her. I was one of those invited.
The party began at about 5 p.m There were about 30 of us gathering in Mai’s house. She didn’t like having the party at a restaurant because it is expensive.
We gave presents to Mai and she happily opened them. It must really be exciting to receive all those presents. After that Mai’s mother served us soft drinks and fruits. We then listened to music and played cards. The winners were given prizes. At about 7 p.m Mai’s mother brought out the birthday cake. It was beautifully decorated with pink and white icing with 16 colorful candles on it. We all clapped our hands eagerly and sang “ Happy birthday” as she blew out the candles and cut the cake. We helped ourselves to slices of the delicious cake and sang all the songs that we knew.
Finally, at about 9 p.m the party came to an end. We all tired but happy. The parents of other children came to collect them by motorbikes.

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