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SỞ GD & ĐT AN GIANG TRƯỜNG THPT …… ĐỀ THỬ THI HỌC KỲ II Môn: TIẾNG ANH Thời gian làm bài: 60 phút, không kể thời gian phát đề (Đề thi có 50 câu / trang) Họ tên thí sinh: Số báo danh: Mark the letter A, B, C, or part differs from the other Question 1: A hatched Question 2: A A dead D on your answer sheet to indicate the word whose underlined three in pronunciation in each of the following questions B influenced C dedicated D stopped B scream C heat D meat Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions Question 3: A reduce B aware C action D enjoy Question 4: A facility B conference C vulnerable D temporary Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions Question 5: Before television became popular, people used to entertain each other in the evening A B C by playing games, listen to the radio, and telling stories D Question 6: All of the homework given by our teachers are useful to every student A B C D Question 7: What a lovely baby! He certainly takes up his father A B C D Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions Question 8: You have to be competitive to well in sports these days A high B highly C height D heighten Question 9: : It’s only a small flat but it _ my needs perfectly A settles B meets C supplies D fills Question 10: I can’t find my dictionary at the moment I hope it will up soon A look B clear C come D turn Question 11: You will have to your holiday if you are too ill to travel A put off B look after C try on D take after Question 12: _ other mammals, whales not have a sense of smell A Dislike B Unlikely C Not alike D Unlike Question 13: The more you practise your English, A faster you will learn B the faster you will learn C the faster will you learn D you will learn faster Question 14: By the end of the 21st century, the first car running on the sea water A will finish B will be finished C.will have been finished D will be finishing Question 15: The assignment _before you go back home A must be finished B had to be finished C must finish D had to finish Question 16: He is a great sports _ He rarely misses any sport games although he was busy A enthusiast B player C energy D programmer Question 17: had she opened the door than the phone rang A Barely B Hardly C Scarcely D No sooner Question 18: Jack asked his sister A where you have gone tomorrow B where she would go the following day C where would she go the following day D where you will go tomorrow Question 19: You _ brought your umbrella We are going by taxi A mustn’t have B can’t have C wouldn’t have D needn’t have Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the most suitable response to complete each of the following exchanges Question 20: Mary invited her friend, Sarah, to have dinner out that night and Sarah accepted - Mary: “Shall we eat out tonight?” –Sarah: “ _.” A That’s a great idea B That’s acceptable C You are very welcome D It’s kind of you to invite Question 21: Cindy wanted to drive her best friend to have dinner at an Italian restaurant but her car couldn't start Therefore, she had to borrow one from Nancy Choose the most suitable response to fill in the blank in the following exchange - Cindy: "Would you mind lending me your car?" - Nancy: " _." A Yes Here it is B Yes, let's C Great D No, not at all Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question 22: Only a few employees can sastisfy with their salary, whereas the majority of workers find it quite hard to live on the amount of the money they earn A most of B entire C almost D all of Question 23: Tests are regularly conducted in this area to ascertain whether pollution levels have dropped A contemplate B behold C determine D consider Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word(s) OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions Question 24: My parents always disapproved of my smoking They even told me once it would stop me growing taller A objected to B supported C denied D refused Question 25: Married couples can get a divorce if they find they are not compatible A able to budget the money B incapable of having a good relationship C capable of living harmoniously D able to share an apartment or a house Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions Question 26: People say that he was born in London A That is said he was born in London B It was said that he was born in London C He was said to be born in London D He is said to have been born in London Question 27: “Would you like to come to my birthday party, Mary?” said Mike A Mike asked Mary if she didn’t like to come to his birthday party B Mike invited Mary to come to his birthday party C Mike didn’t know that Mary had come to his birthday party D Mike was told to come to Mary’s birthday party Question 28: Without transportation, our modern society would not exist A If there were no transportation, our modern society would not exist B If transportation no longer exists, our modern society will not either C Our modern society does not exist if there is no transportation D Our modern society will not exist without having traffic Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the sentence that best combines each pair of sentences in the following questions Question 29: Some of the students started the test late because they had missed the bus A The students who had missed the bus started the test late B The students, who had missed the bus, started the test late C Some of the students who had missed the bus started the test late D The students had missed the bus started the test late Question 30: He was exhausted after a long trip However, he helped me to repair my broken chair A Although he helped me to repair my broken chair, he was exhausted after a long trip B Exhausted after a long trip as he was, he helped me to repair my broken chair C Because he helped me to repair my broken chair after a long trip, he was exhausted D Exhausted after a long trip though he helped me to repair my broken chair Read the following pasage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks from 31 to 35 Environment, housing, employment and nutrition are all factors that affect our quality of life Health is, however, possibly the most important element With good health, people can function to their fullest capacity and provide for those (32) are incapable of providing for themselves - the elderly, the sick and children Health is not just absence of disease, though freedom from disease is of major importance (33) is the state of total physical, mental and social well-being To be healthy, people need a reasonable (34) of physical labour, a decent environment, which includes sanitation and clean water, a balanced, dear diet, and adequate rest In developing countries, diseases are not the only (35) of high mortality rates Unhealthy or exhausting work, crowded living conditions, too little food and a poor diet are also prime causes of the numbers of deaths Providing basic health care and preventing and treating disease are primary goals today Hygiene and immunization programs must be available to all Health care (36) everybody cannot be just a noble aim; it must be a basic human right Question 31: A which B who C when D people Question 32: A Food B Wealth C Health D Exercise Question 33: A amount B dose C work D time Question 34: A cause B result C problem D cost Question 35: A for B of C at D in Read the following pasage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet ti indicate the correct answer to each of the questions Laws are rules that a society makes to maintain order and keep citizens and their possessions safe Most countries have thousands of laws that are enforced by police officers with the help of court systems Laws today are based on those of earlier societies Ancient Egypt had laws in 3000 B.C They were based on common sense views of right and wrong All people were equal under the law When a person broke the law, their punishment could be as simple as returning a stolen item or as severe as lashings from a whip Sometimes, a person’s entire family could be punished for their crimes Later, there was the Code of Hammurabi from the land of Babylon It was the first written code of law in history and was created in 1772 B.C It included 282 laws in total This is where we get the phrase, “an eye for an eye” as that was a punishment There were laws about rewards for returning slaves to owners, laws about marriage, laws about compensation for theft and loss, and laws about responsibility if a house collapsed These laws were originally written on giant stone tablets Some tablets still exist and are kept in the Louvre Museum Later, the Romans created their first legal text, the Law of the Twelve Tables, in the mid-5th century B.C These laws were mostly civil, meaning they were private laws about how citizens interacted That meant Romans focused on laws about property and possession These laws were so well formed that they have affected lawyers ever since Without these ancient examples, our modern laws would be very different We have many laws today, and new ones are still being created by governments Sometimes, governments change past laws as well In the early 20th century, the government banned alcohol in the U.S Later, the government made alcohol legal and set a drinking age This is just one example of how laws can be changed Question 36: What is the passage mainly about? A who wrote down laws in ancient Rome B why today’s laws are the same as ancient laws C how laws have changed since ancient times D how ancient punishments were better than modern punishments Question 37: The main purpose of the second paragraph is to _ A introduce Egyptian family laws B explain how laws were used in ancient Egypt C discuss how Egyptian laws were written D show which Egyptian laws still exist today Question 38: The word “They” in paragraph refers to A Societies B Ancient Egyptians C Laws D Citizens Question 39: The word “entire” in paragraph is closest in meaning to A limited B whole C possible D huge Question 40: When was the Law of the Twelve Tables written? A before 3000 B.C B in 1772 B.C C in the mid-5th century B.C D in the 20th century Question 41: Which is NOT true about ancient Roman laws? A The Law of the Twelve Tables was the Romans’ fist legal text B Many laws were about how people interacted C Modern lawyers are inflenced by Roman laws D Ancient Roman laws were not very concerned with property Question 42: What can be inferred about the punishments for breaking laws in ancient Egypt? A They varied based on the law broken B Stealing something was the most serious crime C The punishment was chosen by the guilty person D The family of the victim picked the punishment Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions No matter what you touch, you always leave behind fingerprints Fingerprints are those patterns on the tips of your fingers They are more unique than a person’s DNA That’s why when fingerprints are left at a crime scene, the police can use them to help catch the criminal The study of fingerprints is a fairly contemporary practice In the 1870s, a man named Henry Faulds noticed that fingerprints had been left behind on pieces of ancient pottery which he dug up in Japan He was inspired to study fingerprints and later published a paper in Nature magazine in 1880 In it, he wrote about ways to use fingerprints to catch criminals Soon, the idea began to spread In 1901, Scotland Yard started a Fingerprint Bureau And the next year, fingerprints were first used as evidence in a British court Today, we know that fingerprint patterns are made by ridges in the skin Our sweat glands produce oils on our skin that cause fingerprints to be left behind on things Fingerprints are all unique, but they have common patterns such as loops, whorls, and arches It’s the combination of these patterns in different sizes that makes fingerprints so unique The police have forensic experts gather prints at crime scenes or from suspects The forensic experts can collect fingerprints from different objects in order to find criminals They dust the prints with a powder to make fingerprints visible Then they press a film against a print to copy them This can then be preserved and compared against prints taken from people In the past, people put their fingers in ink and left their fingerprints on paper Today, they can place their fingers on a scanner and the images can be saved on computers and shared worldwide For years, criminals have tried to change their fingerprints to avoid the police Some damage them, but they grow back in the same patterns There’s no doubt that collecting fingerprints gives the police an advantage when it comes to catching criminals Question 43: What is the passage mainly about? A how figerprints are used to help police B how Henry Faulds studied figerprints C why it’s necessary to gather everyone’s figerprints D how detectives collect figerprints and preserve them Question 44: The main purpose of the second paragraph is to A discuss how Henry Faulds invented forensic science B introduce the famous Scotland Yard to readers C predict how ancient pottery preserved figerprints D explain how the idea to use figerprints to catch criminals began Question 45: The word “which” in paragraph refers to A pieces of pottery B fingerprints C practice D The study of fingerprints Question 46: The word “contemporary” in paragraph is closest in meaning to A ancient B modern C practical D old-fashioned Question 47: When were figerprints fist used as evidence in a court? A 1870 B 1880 C 1901 D 1902 Question 48: Which is NOT true about collecting prints at crime scenes? A The police have forensic experts gather prints B Fingerprints are collected from many objects C People’s figers are dusted with powder to make figerprints visible D A fim is pressed against figerprints to collect them Question 49: The word “worldwide” in paragraph is closest in meaning to _ A widened B global C briefly D publicly Question 50: What can be inferred about figerprint patterns? A They can only be left behind on oily surfaces B Two people can have the same figerprint patterns C Some people are born without figerprint patterns D Without sweat glands, it would be impossible to collect figerprints ... physical labour, a decent environment, which includes sanitation and clean water, a balanced, dear diet, and adequate rest In developing countries, diseases are not the only ( 35) of high mortality... our modern society would not exist A If there were no transportation, our modern society would not exist B If transportation no longer exists, our modern society will not either C Our modern society... Later, there was the Code of Hammurabi from the land of Babylon It was the first written code of law in history and was created in 1772 B.C It included 282 laws in total This is where we get the
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