Tiếng Anh 11 – Revision (unit 1 to unit 8)

Tiếng Anh 11 – Revision (unit 1 to unit 8)

GRADE 11 – REVISION (UNIT 1-8)

I. PHONETICS

A. Choose the word that does not belong in the group according to the sound given.

1. /d/ A. gentle B. range C. pleasure D. jean

2. // A. drink B. danger C. ring D. frankly

3. /t/ A. chaotic B. chain C. nature D. challenge

4. /w/ A. weight B. writer C. whale D. why

5. /h/ A. whose B. hand C. whole D. honour

B. Choose the word that does not have the same number of syllables as the others

in the group.

6. A. competition B. participant C. celebrate D. eradicate

7. A. petroleum B. government C. limited D. punishment

8. A. preparation B. entertainment C. traditional D. excitement

9. A. fire B. special C. fruit D. exchange

10. A. holiday B. country C. decorate D. festival

II. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR

A. Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C, or D) that best completes each of the

sentences.

11. Jane has very little patience. She’s very.

A. patient B. careless C. impatient D. nervous

12. 1 arry felt.when he had to make a speech in front of the audience.

A. ashamed B. confused C. bored D. embarrassed

13. My friend won the first. in the school writing competition.

A. prize B. award C. reward D. price

14. When Diane won the race, she was given a gold.

A. award B. medal C. prize D. championship

15. At the beginning of the match, the.made it clear that he wouldn't stand for bad

behaviour.

A. player B. spectator C. team D. referee

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 Thẩm Tâm Vy, December 10th, 2020 EXTRA COURSE 11 REVISION 1 (Units 1-8). 
GRADE 11 – REVISION (UNIT 1-8) 
I. PHONETICS 
A. Choose the word that does not belong in the group according to the sound given. 
1. /d/ A. gentle B. range C. pleasure D. jean 
2. // A. drink B. danger C. ring D. frankly 
3. /t/ A. chaotic B. chain C. nature D. challenge 
4. /w/ A. weight B. writer C. whale D. why 
5. /h/ A. whose B. hand C. whole D. honour 
B. Choose the word that does not have the same number of syllables as the others 
in the group. 
6. A. competition B. participant C. celebrate D. eradicate 
7. A. petroleum B. government C. limited D. punishment 
8. A. preparation B. entertainment C. traditional D. excitement 
9. A. fire B. special C. fruit D. exchange 
10. A. holiday B. country C. decorate D. festival 
II. VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR 
A. Choose the word or phrase (A, B, C, or D) that best completes each of the 
sentences. 
11. Jane has very little patience. She’s very....... 
A. patient B. careless C. impatient D. nervous 
12. 1 arry felt.......when he had to make a speech in front of the audience. 
A. ashamed B. confused C. bored D. embarrassed 
13. My friend won the first....... in the school writing competition. 
A. prize B. award C. reward D. price 
14. When Diane won the race, she was given a gold........ 
A. award B. medal C. prize D. championship 
15. At the beginning of the match, the.......made it clear that he wouldn't stand for bad 
behaviour. 
A. player B. spectator C. team D. referee 
16. The teacher.......them if they had done the exercise before 
A. told B. said C. asked D. talked 
17. If they......earlier, they could have met the rock star. 
A. came B. would come C. had come D. would've come 
18. When we arrived at the meeting place, there wasn't.......there. 
A. no one B. anyone C. someone D. everyone 
19 . .........called you this morning but i forgot to ask for her name. 
A. Someone B. Anyone C. Everyone D. One 
20. ........likes Lucy. She’s very interesting to talk to. 
A. Somebody B. Anybody C. Nobody D. Everybody 
B. Choose the underlined part (A, B, C, or D) in each sentence tiat is 
grammatically incorrect and needs to be changed. 
21. If (A) you're (B) buying a new car, (C) get a comfortable (D) modern. 
22. (A) They don't (B) allow fishing in this lake. You (C) would better go (D) away. 
23. John does not (A) spend (B) much time (C) studied his (D) lessons. 
24. This shop (A) does not sell (B) new books. (C) It only sells (D) one. 
25. (A) Everyone expected (B) being invited (C) to the (D) dancing all that night. 
C. Choose the sentence (A, B, c or I)) that is the best made iron the words given. 
26. I / sure / boy / steal / money 
A. I was sure that a boy stole money. 
B. I was sure that the boy had stolen my money. 
C. I sure that the boy stole my money. 
D. I had been sure that the boy stole my money. 
27. summer vacations / university students / volunteer / work / rennte areas / provide 
education / children / medical services / local petpie 
A. During summer vacations, university students volunteer to work in remote areas to 
 provide education for children or medical services fitlocal people. 
B. In summer vacations, university students volunteer to work in renote areas to provide 
 education for children or medical services for local people. 
C. During summer vacations, university students volunteer work in remote areas to 
 provide education for children and medical services for local people. 
D. During summer'vacations, university students volunteer to work remote areas to 
 provide education for children or medical services for local people. 
28. In fact / quite I few pupils / especially I remote I mountainous areas I 
unable I read 
A. In fact, quite a few pupils, especially in remote and mountainous 
areas unable to read. 
B In fact, quite few pupils, especially in remote and mountainous areas, 
are unable to read. 
c. In fact, quite a few pupils, especially in remote and mountainous 
areas, are unable reading. 
D. In fact, quite a few pupils, especially in remote and mountainous 
areas, arc unable to read. 
29. He / apologise / not / come / birthday party / last night 
A. H e apologised not coming to your birthday parly last night. 
B. H e apologised for not coming to your birthday party last night. 
C. He apologised for having not come to your birthday party last night. 
D. He apologised not having come to your birthday party last night. 
30. As / sec / population / China / account / almost 22 % / world population 
A. As can be seen, the population of China accounts almost 22 % of world population. 
B. As can see, the population of China accounts for almost 22 % of world population. 
C. As can be seen, the population of China accounts for almost 22 % of the world 
 population. 
D. As we can see, the population China accounts for almost 22 % of the world 
 population. 
 Thẩm Tâm Vy, December 10th, 2020 EXTRA COURSE 11 REVISION 1 (Units 1-8). 
Ill READING COMPREHENSION 
A. Read the passage and choose the word or phrase (A, B, C, or D) that best 
completes each of the spaces. 
ISLAMIC FESTIVALS - RAMADAN 
 Betause the Islamic religion uses a calendar (31)......on the moon, not the sun, the 
(32)...... date of religious festivals changes (33).....year to year. The Islamic calendar 
begins with the hijra, the year when Mohammed (34)......the city of Mecca for Medina. 
The New Year is a time for peaceful prayer for (35)......Muslim people. Every year, in 
the month of Ramadan - the ninth month of the Islamic calendar - all Muslims (36)...... 
from early morning until evening. By living (37)......everyday comforts, even for a short 
time, a fasting person better understands (38)......life of poor people (39)......are hungry, 
and also grows in his or her (40)......life. 
31. A. base B. based C. basing D. bases 
32. A. exact B. true C. right D. correcit 
33. A. in B. between C. from D. on 
34. A. left B. arrived C. came D. visited 
35. A. almost B. the most C. most D. mostly 
36. A. refrain B. refuse C. stop eating D. fast 
37. A. with B. without C. out of D. outside 
38. A. Ø B. a C. the D. all 
39. A. whom B. which C. when D. who 
40. A. physical B. spiritual C. material D. everyday 
B. Read the passage and then choose the best answer (A, B, C, or D) to each of the 
questions. 
CHINESE NEW YEAR 
 The Chinese New Year takes place sometime between January 21 and February 20. 
Like most other traditional Chinese festivals, its date depends on the Chinese lunar 
calendar, and changes from year to year. 
 In China, the New Year is very much seen as a time of new beginnings. For this 
reason, people believe that all debts should be paid and arguments resolved before the 
festivities even begin. 
 Houses are also cleaned from top to bottom with particular attention being paid to the 
kitchen. People believe that the kitchen god sends in a report to the 'higher authorities' 
on the family's behaviour over the past year. They want to encourage him to say nice 
things about them. 
 At this time of year, there are also thought to be a lot of evil spirits around, so people 
set off firecrackers and paste large pictures of fierce-looking gods on doors and gates to 
frighten them off. 
 Before New Year's Eve, people make their homes attractive by decorating them with 
flowers and plants, and hanging brightly-coloured decorations. Then on the evening 
itself, all the family members gather at home to enjoy a special dinner, and see the New 
Year in together. Children are encouraged to stay awake until after midnight - the 
superstition is that if they go to sleep early they will have a short life. 
 On New Year's Day all the members of the family take a bath and put on new clothes. 
Everyone greets each other with the words 'Gong Xi Fa Cai', which means 'May 
prosperity be with you'. 
 Children are given gifts of money called 'lucky money' in red and gold envelopes. 
These are sometimes put underneath their pillow the night before. After enjoying the 
festive food, people visit their relatives and friends to wish them a happy and 
prosperous New Year. 
41. When does the Chinese New Year take place? 
A. Sometime between January 21 and February 20 lunar calendar. 
B. Sometime between January 21 and February 20 solar calendar. 
C. The date differs in some years. 
D. At the beginning of the solar year. 
42. Before the New Year, Chinese people often do all of the following EXCEPT........ 
A. paying all debts. B. resolving all arguments. 
C. beginning to do new things. D. cleaning their houses from top to bottom. 
43. According to the passage, in preparing for the New Year, people......... 
A. set off firecrackers to frighten fierce-looking gods off. 
B. decorate their house with flowers and plants. 
C. paste pictures of fierce-looking gods on doors to attract evils spirits. 
D. send in report to the kitchen god. 
44. It can be inferred from the passage that....... 
Ạ. all the family members gather together for the festival. 
B. there is a special dinner for the family just before New Year’s Eve. 
C. everyone should stay awake until after midnight. 
D. all of the above. 
45. Which of the following is not true about what people often do on New Year’s Day? 
A. stay up late and wake up early. B. give children ‘lucky money’ as gifts. 
C. wear new clothes and exchange wishes. D. visit relatives and friends 
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