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001 Líp 11A1

Question I: Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently.


Identify your answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D.
1). A). friend B). anniversary C). snow D). sing
2). A). game B). good C). dangerous D). gossip
3). A). happy B). have C). hour D). husband
4). A). quantity B). loyalty C). constancy D). by
5). A). head B). please C). instead D). bread

Question II: Choose the best answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D:
6). Those villagers are very ............... to visitors.
A). hospitable B). hospital C). hospitably D). hospitability
7). How did the experience .............. you?
A). affect B). affected C). affecting D). affects
8). She glanced briefly .............. his lapel badge.
A). at B). on C). in D). by
9). Would you mind .............. me your pocket calculator?
A). lent B). to lend C). lend D). lending
10). She made a big .............. about not having a window seat on the plane.
A). complaint B). excitement C). interest D). fuss
11). Do you think your close friend should .............. joy and sadness with you?
A). to share B). share C). sharing D). shared
12). I started school when I was at the .............. of six.
A). agering B). age C). old D). elderly
13). When I .............. to the party, Sally and Doug .............., John .............. drinks.
A). came/ were dancing/ was making B). have come/ are dancing/ is making
C). was coming/ had danced/ made D). had come/ danced/ made
14). I can never .............. how our life would be without a computer.
A). imagine B). show C). make sure D). take
15). He has a very outgoing .............. and makes friends very easily.
A). person B). personality C). people D). personal
16). Look at the state of the gate. It needs .............. as soon as possible.
A). repairing B). being repaired C). be repaired D). to repair
17). .............. anniversary is the day exactly 50 years after marriage, often celebrated
with a party.
A). Golden B). Silver C). Diamond D). Copper
18). He looked at her and his hands poll out a .............. of money from his pocket to
give her some.
A). piece B). pile C). sheet D). wad
19). She show her .............. by asking lots of trivial questions.
A). experience B). inexperience C). experienced D). experienced
20). The anniversary of the founding of the charity falls .............. 12th November.
A). in B). at C). on D). to
Question III: Use the right form of the verbs below
21. When I (walk) ________________________ to work I saw him.
22. Why did you avoid (meet) ___________________ him at the party last night?
23. By the time I arrived at the station the train (leave) _______________ already.
24. James (not attend) ________________ our wedding party last year.
25. We hoped (help) _________________ by the teacher.
26. Would you mind (lend) ___________________ me your pen?
Question IV: Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.
PREPARING A DINNER PARTY
Giving a dinner party is a wonderful way of entertaining people. You can also make new friends and
give others the chance to get to know each other better.
It needs planning, through. Fisrt make a guest list, with different kinds of people and a mixture of
women and men. Don’t invite couples because they aren’t so much fun!
When you know who can come, find out what they like to eat and drink. Note down any who are
vegetarians, or who can’t eat or drink certain things for religious reasons.
Then plan their menu. Include a first course, a choice of main courses and a dessert, plus lots of
people’s favourite drinks.
The next thing to do is the shopping. Make sure you buy more than enough of everything, and that
someone can help you carry it !
On the day, Start cooking early. Give people appetizers like Greek mezze or Spanish tapas, so they
don’t get hungry if they have to wait. Serve the delicious meal, sit down with your guests and have a good
time- You’ ve earned it.
27. When giving a dinner party, you should NOT invite …………………
A.those who are vegetarians B.single women.
C.those who can’t eat certain things D.husbands and wives.
28.The menu should include ……………………………
A.a starter. B.main courses. C.a dessert and drinks D.all ( A, B, C)
29.Which of the following is NOT true ?
A.You should buy more than enough of what you need. B.You should cook early on the day.
C.You will earn a lot of money from the party. D.You need someone to carry the shopping for you.
30.According to the passage, giving a dinner party is …………………………..
A.a chance to make new friends. B.not much fun.
C.a good way of entertaining people. D.both A and C.
31.Choose the correct order things of things you should do in planning a dinner party.
A.Make a guest list, do the shopping, plan the menu, start cooking.
B.Make a guest list, plan the menu, do the shopping, start cooking.
C.Plan the menu, make a guest list, do the shopping, start cooking.
D.Plan the menu, do the shopping, make a guest list, start cooking.

Question V: Listen and fill in the gaps with ONE missing word:
Going to party can be fun and (32)................... . If you are invited to a party, do call your host up early to
inform him! her of whether you are going. If you want to bring (33)..................... who has not been invited
along with you, you should ask for permission first. Remember to dress appropriately for the party. You will
stick out like a sore thumb if you are dressed (34) ..................... whereas everyone else is in T-shirt and jeans.
If you are not sure what to wear, do ask your host.
(35).................... the party you may perhaps like to help your (36)..................... by offering to serve drinks
or wash the dishes. Your host would certainly appreciate these efforts. If you (37)................... to be in a party
you do not know anyone, do not try to monopolize the host's attention. This is inconsiderate since your host
has many (38)..................... to attend to and can not (39).................... all his/ her time with you. Instead, learn
to mingle with others at the party. You could try breaking the ice by introducing (40)............................ to
someone who is friendly-looking.
Before you leave the party, remember to thank your host first. If you have the time, you could even offer
to help your host clean up the place.
The end.

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002 Líp 11A1

Question I: Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently.


Identify your answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D.
1). A). idol B). icing C). silver D). time
2). A). acquaintance B). constancy C). mutual D). talkative
3). A). teacher B). change C). choose D). machine
4). A). experience B). happen C). language D). know
5). A). hour B). happy C). husband D). have

Question II: Choose the best answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D:
6). She glanced briefly .............. his lapel badge.
A). at B). by C). on D). in
7). True friendship should be based .............. understanding each other and
faithfulness.
A). on B). at C). out D). with
8). Would you mind .............. me your pocket calculator?
A). lent B). lending C). to lend D). lend
9). Friendship is a two-side ..............; it lives by give-and-take.
A). way B). event C). aspect D). affair
10). She made a big .............. about not having a window seat on the plane.
A). complaint B). fuss C). interest D). excitement
11). The police let him ............... after they had asked him some questions.
A). leaving B). to leave C). leave D). left
12). He is not good ........ maths. He is incapable ......... calculating.
A). for/ of B). on/ for C). at/ of D). with/ in
13). The 25th wedding anniversary is called the .............. anniversary.
A). silver B). special C). golden D). diamond
14). She .............. as if she saw a ghost.
A). screamed B). whispered C). spoke D). said
15). She show her .............. by asking lots of trivial questions.
A). inexperience B). experienced C). experienced D). experience
16). There is a growing tendency among singers to .............. some famous singers.
A). imitate B). follow C). reflect D). purpose
17). It would be nice to meet again. I'll get .............. touch with you next week.
A). on B). over C). at D). in
18). The anniversary of the founding of the charity falls .............. 12th November.
A). at B). on C). to D). in
19). .............. anniversary is the day exactly 50 years after marrige, often celebrated
with a party.
A). Copper B). Silver C). Golden D). Diamond
20). A friend of mine phoned .............. me to a party.
A). for inviting B). to invite C). for invite D). inviting
Question III: Use the right form of the verbs below
21. After they ________ (eat) all the food, they ________ (pick) up their bags and left.
22. Jane didn't want any dinner. She ________ (eat) already.
23. By the time I ________ (get) to the party, most people________ (go) home.
24. She lets her children __________ (stay) up very late.
25. She sent me an e-mail _________ (inform) me that the meeting had been canceled.
26. We had nothing __________ (do) except look at the cinema posters.

Question IV: Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.
A Friend of Liberality
When I was in high school, there was a girl whom I disliked. I don’t know why I dislike her. She had
always been friendly towards me, and had never done anything to cause me to feel the same way I did
about her. I was continually saying unpleasant things to her, making fun of her, snubbing her.
One day as I was going home from school, the girl caught up with me and told me that our teacher
wanted me to come back for a while.I did not belive her and walked on down the street, leaving the girl
standing alone.
The next day when I got to school, our teacher asked me: “Why didn’t you come back to the school as
I asked you to ?” I said: “I didn’t know you wanted me ?”. The teacher sent for the girl and asked her: “
Did you tell Rose to come back ?” The girl answered, “I’m sorry, but I didn’t tell her; I couldn’t catch up
with her”. I was surprised and suddenly realized how pretty she was. I felt I ought to be ashamed of myself
and I found out all my faulst in comparison with her liberality.
27. Why did the writer dislike the girl ?
A. Because the girl dislike her.
B.Because the girl was not friendly to her.
C. Because the writer didn’t feel comefortable with her.
D. The writer didn’t know why.
28. We can infer from the passage that……………………
A. The writer always did the best to help the girl.
B. The writer didn’t behave well towards the girl.
C. The girl didn’t behave well towards the writer.
D. The writer liked the girl very much.
29. The phrase “making fun of her” in the passage means “………........”
A. laughing at her B. looking at her
C. playing with her D. feeling funny when playing with her
30. How did the writer react when the girl told her that the teacher wanted to see her ?
A. She got very angry. B. She went to meet the teacher
C. She thought the girl was telling a lie D. She belived the girl
31. Why did the girl tell a lie to the teacher ?
A. Because she was afraid of him.
B. To avoid being punished by the teacher.
C. Because she thought the teacher would get angry if she told him the truth.
D. To help the writer avoid the teacher’s punishment

Question V: Listen and fill in the gaps with ONE missing word:
Going to party can be fun and (32)................... . If you are invited to a party, do call your host up early to
inform him! her of whether you are going. If you want to bring (33)..................... who has not been invited
along with you, you should ask for permission first. Remember to dress appropriately for the party. You will
stick out like a sore thumb if you are dressed (34) ..................... whereas everyone else is in T-shirt and jeans.
If you are not sure what to wear, do ask your host.
(35).................... the party you may perhaps like to help your (36)..................... by offering to serve drinks
or wash the dishes. Your host would certainly appreciate these efforts. If you (37)................... to be in a party
you do not know anyone, do not try to monopolize the host's attention. This is inconsiderate since your host
has many (38)..................... to attend to and can not (39).................... all his/ her time with you. Instead, learn
to mingle with others at the party. You could try breaking the ice by introducing (40)............................ to
someone who is friendly-looking.
Before you leave the party, remember to thank your host first. If you have the time, you could even offer
to help your host clean up the place.

The end.

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tªn: ...........................................
003 Líp 11A1

Question I: Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently.


Identify your answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D.
1). A). have B). husband C). hour D). happy
2). A). garage B). bridge C). again D). game
3). A). silver B). idol C). icing D). time
4). A). change B). teacher C). machine D). choose
5). A). happen B). know C). language D). experience

Question II: Choose the best answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D:
6). She glanced briefly .............. his lapel badge.
A). by B). in C). at D). on
7). I started school when I was at the .............. of six.
A). elderly B). old C). agering D). age
8). He is not good ........ maths. He is incapable ......... calculating.
A). for/ of B). at/ of C). with/ in D). on/ for
9). Those villagers are very ............... to visitors.
A). hospitability B). hospitably C). hospital D). hospitable
10). Would you mind .............. me your pocket calculator?
A). lent B). lending C). to lend D). lend
11). True friendship should be based .............. understanding each other and
faithfulness.
A). on B). at C). out D). with
12). Daisy is so ................. . She only cares about herself, not about other people.
A). talkative B). loyal C). helpful D). selfish
13). Do you think your close friend should .............. joy and sadness with you?
A). to share B). sharing C). shared D). share
14). Up to now they have not made a .............. whether they will go or not.
A). decide B). decision C). decisive D). decidedly
15). She is looking forward to .............. her parents' letter from Italy.
A). received B). receiving C). receive D). to received
16). There is a growing tendency among singers to .............. some famous singers.
A). follow B). reflect C). imitate D). purpose
17). He has a very outgoing .............. and makes friends very easily.
A). personal B). people C). personality D). person
18). Look at the state of the gate. It needs .............. as soon as possible.
A). be repaired B). being repaired C). repairing D). to repair
19). On the occasion of Christmas or New Year, people often send each other
a .............. .
A). name card B). greeting card C). banker's card D). charge card
20). Children often receive presents form their parents at Christmas.
A). candles B). cards C). flowers D). gifts

Question III: Use the right form of the verbs below


21). He worked out the answer. It was clever of him.
It was ....................................................................................... .
22). The cat jumped through the window.
The little girl saw ................................................................................... .
23). He wants to go swimming.
Do you think his mother will let ..................................................................... .
24). Jimmy got into his car and drove away. I saw this.
I saw ...................................................................................... .
25). Peter and Mary got out of the car.
We watched ......................................................................... .
26). I don't like cheating in the exam.
I hate................................................................................ .

Question IV: Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.
It was two years (27)…………… in Amsterdam. I was spending my summer holidays in Holland
with some of my classmates. We had borrowed a student’s flat for a week, Amsterdam is a very expensive
city indeed and we hope to (28)…………… some money by cooking at home for ourselves. So we went to
a supermarket and we were looking (29)…………….. something to buy when a little boy, (30)…………
was working there, forced a bottle of orange juice to fall down. The entire contents soaked through my hair,
my face (31)………….. my clothes.
27. A. before B. then C.later D. ago
28. A. keep B. save C. put D.earn
29. A. around B. for C. up D. after
30. A. who B. whom C. whose D. that
31. A. but B. or C. and D.as

Question V: Listen and fill in the gaps with ONE missing word:
Going to party can be fun and (32)................... . If you are invited to a party, do call your host up early to
inform him! her of whether you are going. If you want to bring (33)..................... who has not been invited
along with you, you should ask for permission first. Remember to dress appropriately for the party. You will
stick out like a sore thumb if you are dressed (34) ..................... whereas everyone else is in T-shirt and jeans.
If you are not sure what to wear, do ask your host.
(35).................... the party you may perhaps like to help your (36)..................... by offering to serve drinks
or wash the dishes. Your host would certainly appreciate these efforts. If you (37)................... to be in a party
you do not know anyone, do not try to monopolize the host's attention. This is inconsiderate since your host
has many (38)..................... to attend to and can not (39).................... all his/ her time with you. Instead, learn
to mingle with others at the party. You could try breaking the ice by introducing (40)............................ to
someone who is friendly-looking.
Before you leave the party, remember to thank your host first. If you have the time, you could even offer
to help your host clean up the place.

The end.
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004 Líp 11A1

Question I: Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently.


Identify your answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D.
1). A). constancy B). mutual C). acquaintance D). talkative
2). A). good B). gossip C). dangerous D). game
3). A). activity B). side C). brighten D). idol
4). A). constancy B). quantity C). loyalty D). by
5). A). unselfish B). every C). remember D). sense

Question II: Choose the best answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D:
6). He is not good ........ maths. He is incapable ......... calculating.
A). on/ for B). with/ in C). at/ of D). for/ of
7). Those villagers are very ............... to visitors.
A). hospital B). hospitably C). hospitable D). hospitability
8). .............. your best friend have sense of humour?
A). Are B). Does C). Do D). Is
9). She glanced briefly .............. his lapel badge.
A). on B). by C). in D). at
10). The exam is coming so the teachers make their students ................. a lot.
A). to study B). studied C). studying D). study
11). True friendship should be based .............. understanding each other and
faithfulness.
A). on B). with C). out D). at
12). The police let him ............... after they had asked him some questions.
A). leave B). leaving C). to leave D). left
13). Do you think your close friend should .............. joy and sadness with you?
A). to share B). sharing C). shared D). share
14). He has a very outgoing .............. and makes friends very easily.
A). people B). personal C). personality D). person
15). It would be nice to meet again. I'll get .............. touch with you next week.
A). over B). on C). at D). in
16). She .............. as if she saw a ghost.
A). said B). spoke C). screamed D). whispered
17). She is looking forward to .............. her parents' letter from Italy.
A). receiving B). to received C). receive D). received
18). I can never .............. how our life would be without a computer.
A). show B). imagine C). take D). make sure
19). On the occasion of Christmas or New Year, people often send each other
a .............. .
A). greeting card B). banker's card C). charge card D). name card
20). A friend of mine phoned .............. me to a party.
A). for invite B). inviting C). to invite D). for inviting

Question III: Rewrite the sentence or join the pairs of sentences beginning with the
word(s) given:
21). I find singing in public all right.
I don't mind ............................................................................... .
22). I don't like cheating in the exam.
I hate................................................................................ .
23). He wants to go swimming.
Do you think his mother will let ..................................................................... .
24). Jimmy got into his car and drove away. I saw this.
I saw ...................................................................................... .
25). Why did the boy do that? It was very silly.
It was ...................................................................................... .
26). Peter and Mary got out of the car.
We watched ......................................................................... .

Question IV: Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.
After spending a day at the beach, I stopped to buy some food on my way home. But when I
reached for my wallet, it wasn’t there. I checked my other pockets, the car and then headed back to the
beach. My driver’s license and my ID card disappeared. My mind was racing through all the things I had
lost and I felt rotten. A search of the beach and the parking lot proved fruitless, so I headed home. I tried to
forget it because there was nothing I could do, but I was mad at myself for losing it. After dinner when I
was watching TV, the phone rang and a voice asked: “Did you lose a wallet? I found it on the beach.” What
a great feeling that gave me – not only for my luck, but also for my faith in all humanity!
27) How much time did the writer spend on the beach?
A. two days B. one day C. three days D. a day and a half
28) What did he lose?
A. his car B. his wallet C. his key D. his food
29) He felt _____ when he knew that he lost his driver’s license and ID card?
A. happy B. satisfied C. angry D. excited
30) He went _____ after searching the beach and the paring lot?
A. to his house B. to his office C. to the police station D. to a fruit store
31) What did the person who found his wallet do?
A. He called him B. He came to his house
C. He called the police D. He gave the police his wallet

Question V: Listen and fill in the gaps with ONE missing word:
Going to party can be fun and (32)................... . If you are invited to a party, do call your host up early to
inform him! her of whether you are going. If you want to bring (33)..................... who has not been invited
along with you, you should ask for permission first. Remember to dress appropriately for the party. You will
stick out like a sore thumb if you are dressed (34) ..................... whereas everyone else is in T-shirt and jeans.
If you are not sure what to wear, do ask your host.
(35).................... the party you may perhaps like to help your (36)..................... by offering to serve drinks
or wash the dishes. Your host would certainly appreciate these efforts. If you (37)................... to be in a party
you do not know anyone, do not try to monopolize the host's attention. This is inconsiderate since your host
has many (38)..................... to attend to and can not (39).................... all his/ her time with you. Instead, learn
to mingle with others at the party. You could try breaking the ice by introducing (40)............................ to
someone who is friendly-looking.
Before you leave the party, remember to thank your host first. If you have the time, you could even offer
to help your host clean up the place.

The end.
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tªn: ...........................................
005 Líp 11A1

Question I: Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently.


Identify your answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D.
1. A. question B. mutual C. situation D. action
2. A. honest B. honour C. honey D. ghost
3. A. rumour B. humour C. mutual D. duty
4. A. weather B. cream C. friend D. wedding
5. A. birthday B. although C. together D. clothing

Question II: Choose the best answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D:
6. I prefer to celebrate my birthday party at home _____ in the restaurant.
A. for B. to C. than D. more
7. We asked ________ the piano so early in the morning, but she won't.
A. Marie to stop playing B. Marie stop to play
C. that Marie stops playing D Marie to stop to play
8. Jack's mother __ a birthday cake with seventeen lighted candles on it.
A. brought out B showed on C. turned up D. took over
9. The film _______ by the time we ________ to the cinema.
A. already began - got B have already begun - got
C. had already begun - got D already began - had got
10. Friendship is a two-side ________; it lives by give-and-take.
A affair B. event C. way D. aspect
11. They ………………..all day swimming and sunbathing at the beach.
A. took B. used C. passed D. spent
12. Would you mind …………….me your pocket calculator?
A. lend B. to lend C. lending D. lent
13. The little boy hopes …………….to Disneyland Park on his birthday.
A. to take B. to be taking C. to be taken D. taking
14. On the New Year Day, people say “Happy New Year” ………. their friends and relatives.
A. with B. for C. from D. to
15. Their ………. took place in Saint John’s Church
A. marry B. married C. marriage D. marital
16. Do you know how Vietnamese people ………Lunar New Year ?
A. joke B. blow C. celebrate D. keep
17. ……….anniversary is the day exactly 50 years after a marriage, often celebrated with a party
A. Silver B. Copper C. Diamond D. Golden
18. She is looking forward to……her parents’letter from Italy.
A. receive B. received C. to receive D. receiving
19. Peter is not used to…… in front of the public .He often feels too nervous …..anything.
A. speaking / to say B. speak / saying
C. spoken / for saying D. speaking / saying
20. Passing the restaurant ,he stopped ……..a coffee.
A. drink B. to drink C. drinking D. drunk
Question III: Rewrite the sentence or join the pairs of sentences beginning with the
word(s) given:
21. In the middle of our dinner there was a knock at the door. (when)
____________________________________________________
22. Sam played tennis yesterday and it was his first game. (never)
____________________________________________________
23. I started working in this hotel six months ago. (worked)
____________________________________________________
24. How long is it since they went to Nairobi? (When)
____________________________________________________
25. I met her during my stay in Paris last summer. (while)
____________________________________________________
26. Sue has been in Italy for the last three weeks. (went)
____________________________________________________
Question IV: Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.
A birthday party is a celebration that occurs to celebrate the birth of the person being honored .Bithday parties
are celebrated in many cultures .While a child’s party is usually at home and consists of soft drinks and sweet
food as well as some main courses ,adults’ birthday parties in Western countries often take place in bars or
nightclubs where a range of alcoholic beverages are consumed.
In Western cultures ,particularly in the United States ,birthday parties are often accompanied by colorful
decoration such as streamers and balloons. A birthday cake is often served with candles that are to be blown
out after a “birthday wish “has been made .While the birthday cake is brought to the table ,the song Happy
Birthday to You is sung .Wealthy people or celebrities may hire an event management agency or a party
service to organize a birthday party.
The birthday cake has been an integral part of the birthday tradition in Western cultures since the middle of
the 19th century.
The cake , or sometime a pastry or dessert ,is served to a person on his or her birthday ,and is often decorated
with small novelty candles , with the person’s name and a message of congratulations inscribed with icing
.The phrase “Happy Birthday “did not appear on birthday cakes until the song Happy Birthday to You was
popularized in the early 1900s.
Tradition holds that the person with the birthday may make a wish ,which will come true if all the candles can
be blown out in one breath.
27. Children’s birthday parties are celebrated……….
A. at home B. in nightclubs C. in discotheques D. in bars
28. Birthday parties are celebrated……
A. only in the USA B. in Western countries C. in many countries D. all over the world
29. A birthday cake is………
A. not important B. necessary C. not necessary D. fofbidden
30. In a child’s birthday party ,there is not………
A. Sweet food B. soft drinks C. a main course D. alcoholic beverage
31. On a birthday cake ,there is not…….
A. a wish “Happy Birthday” B. decoration C. the person’s name B. a gift
Question V: Listen and fill in the gaps with ONE missing word:
Going to party can be fun and (32)................... . If you are invited to a party, do call your host up early to
inform him! her of whether you are going. If you want to bring (33)..................... who has not been invited
along with you, you should ask for permission first. Remember to dress appropriately for the party. You will
stick out like a sore thumb if you are dressed (34) ..................... whereas everyone else is in T-shirt and jeans.
If you are not sure what to wear, do ask your host.
(35).................... the party you may perhaps like to help your (36)..................... by offering to serve drinks
or wash the dishes. Your host would certainly appreciate these efforts. If you (37)................... to be in a party
you do not know anyone, do not try to monopolize the host's attention. This is inconsiderate since your host
has many (38)..................... to attend to and can not (39).................... all his/ her time with you. Instead, learn
to mingle with others at the party. You could try breaking the ice by introducing (40)............................ to
someone who is friendly-looking.
Before you leave the party, remember to thank your host first. If you have the time, you could even offer
to help your host clean up the place.
The end

PhiÕu tr¶ lêi


KiÓm tra 1 tiÕt (lÇn 1)
M«n: TiÕng Anh 11CB
Thêi gian: 45 phót
Hä vµ tªn: ........................................... Líp 11A1

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The end.
Listening

Going to party can be fun and enjoyable. If you are invited to a


party, do call your host up early to inform him! her of whether you
are going. If you want to bring someone who has not been
invited along with you, you should ask for permission first.
Remember to dress appropriately for the
party. You will stick out like a sore thumb if you are dressed
formally whereas everyone else is in T-shirt and jeans. If you are
not sure what to wear, do ask your host.
During the party you may perhaps like to help your host by
offering to serve drinks or wash the dishes. Your host would
certainly appreciate these efforts. If you happen to be in a party
you do not know anyone, do not try to monopolize the host's
attention. This is inconsiderate since your
host has many people to attend to and can not spend all his/ her
time with you. Instead, learn to mingle with others at the party.
You could try breaking the ice by introducing yourself to
someone who is friendly-looking.
Before you leave the party, remember to thank your host first.
If you have the time, you could even offer to help your host clean
up the place.
Së GI¸O DôC Vµ §µO T¹O KIÓM TRA 1 TIÕT (LÇN
1)
l¹NG S¥N M¤N: TIÕNG ANH
11CB
Thêi gian: 45 phót
M· ®Ò : Häc vµ
tªn: ...........................................
001 Líp 11A1

Question I: Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently.


Identify your answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D.
1). A). friend B). anniversary C). snow D). sing
2). A). game B). good C). dangerous D). gossip
3). A). happy B). have C). hour D). husband
4). A). quantity B). loyalty C). constancy D). by
5). A). head B). please C). instead D). bread

Question II: Choose the best answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D:
6). Those villagers are very ............... to visitors.
A). hospitable B). hospital C). hospitably D). hospitability
7). How did the experience .............. you?
A). affect B). affected C). affecting D). affects
8). She glanced briefly .............. his lapel badge.
A). at B). on C). in D). by
9). Would you mind .............. me your pocket calculator?
A). lent B). to lend C). lend D). lending
10). She made a big .............. about not having a window seat on the plane.
A). complaint B). excitement C). interest D). fuss
11). Do you think your close friend should .............. joy and sadness with you?
A). to share B). share C). sharing D). shared
12). I started school when I was at the .............. of six.
A). agering B). age C). old D). elderly
13). When I .............. to the party, Sally and Doug .............., John .............. drinks.
A). came/ were dancing/ was making B). have come/ are
dancing/ is making
C). was coming/ had danced/ made D). had come/ danced/ made
14). I can never .............. how our life would be without a computer.
A). imagine B). show C). make sure D). take
15). He has a very outgoing .............. and makes friends very easily.
A). person B). personality C). people D). personal
16). Look at the state of the gate. It needs .............. as soon as possible.
A). repairing B). being repaired C). be repaired D). to repair
17). .............. anniversary is the day exactly 50 years after marriage, often celebrated
with a party.
A). Golden B). Silver C). Diamond D). Copper
18). He looked at her and his hands poll out a .............. of money from his pocket to
give her some.
A). piece B). pile C). sheet D). wad
19). She show her .............. by asking lots of trivial questions.
A). experience B). inexperience C). experienced D). experienced
20). The anniversary of the founding of the charity falls .............. 12th November.
A). in B). at C). on D). to
Question III: Use the right form of the verbs below
27. When I (walk) ______was walking_____ to work I saw him.
28. Why did you avoid (meet) ____meeting____ him at the party last night?
29. By the time I arrived at the station the train (leave) ___had already left___ already.
30. James (not attend) ___didn’t attend______ our wedding party last year.
31. We hoped (help) ___to be helped______ by the teacher.
32. Would you mind (lend) ___lending______ me your pen?
Question IV: Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.
PREPARING A DINNER PARTY
Giving a dinner party is a wonderful way of entertaining people. You can also make new friends and
give others the chance to get to know each other better.
It needs planning, through. Fisrt make a guest list, with different kinds of people and a mixture of
women and men. Don’t invite couples because they aren’t so much fun!
When you know who can come, find out what they like to eat and drink. Note down any who are
vegetarians, or who can’t eat or drink certain things for religious reasons.
Then plan their menu. Include a first course, a choice of main courses and a dessert, plus lots of
people’s favourite drinks.
The next thing to do is the shopping. Make sure you buy more than enough of everything, and that
someone can help you carry it !
On the day, Start cooking early. Give people appetizers like Greek mezze or Spanish tapas, so they
don’t get hungry if they have to wait. Serve the delicious meal, sit down with your guests and have a good
time- You’ ve earned it.
27. When giving a dinner party, you should NOT invite …………………
A.those who are vegetarians B.single women.
C.those who can’t eat certain things D.husbands and wives.
28.The menu should include ……………………………
A.a starter. B.main courses. C.a dessert and drinks D.all ( A, B, C)
29.Which of the following is NOT true ?
A.You should buy more than enough of what you need. B.You should cook early on the day.
C.You will earn a lot of money from the party. D.You need someone to carry the shopping for you.
30.According to the passage, giving a dinner party is …………………………..
A.a chance to make new friends. B.not much fun.
C.a good way of entertaining people. D.both A and C.
31.Choose the correct order things of things you should do in planning a dinner party.
A.Make a guest list, do the shopping, plan the menu, start cooking.
B.Make a guest list, plan the menu, do the shopping, start cooking.
C.Plan the menu, make a guest list, do the shopping, start cooking.
D.Plan the menu, do the shopping, make a guest list, start cooking.

Question V: Listen and fill in the gaps with ONE missing word:
Going to party can be fun and (32)................... . If you are invited to a party, do call your host up early to
inform him! her of whether you are going. If you want to bring (33)..................... who has not been invited
along with you, you should ask for permission first. Remember to dress appropriately for the party. You will
stick out like a sore thumb if you are dressed (34) ..................... whereas everyone else is in T-shirt and jeans.
If you are not sure what to wear, do ask your host.
(35).................... the party you may perhaps like to help your (36)..................... by offering to serve drinks
or wash the dishes. Your host would certainly appreciate these efforts. If you (37)................... to be in a party
you do not know anyone, do not try to monopolize the host's attention. This is inconsiderate since your host
has many (38)..................... to attend to and can not (39).................... all his/ her time with you. Instead, learn
to mingle with others at the party. You could try breaking the ice by introducing (40)............................ to
someone who is friendly-looking.
Before you leave the party, remember to thank your host first. If you have the time, you could even offer
to help your host clean up the place.
The end.

Së GI¸O DôC Vµ §µO T¹O KIÓM TRA 1 TIÕT (LÇN


1)
l¹NG S¥N M¤N: TIÕNG ANH
11CB
Thêi gian: 45 phót
M· ®Ò : Häc vµ
tªn: ...........................................
002 Líp 11A1

Question I: Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently.


Identify your answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D.
1). A). idol B). icing C). silver D). time
2). A). acquaintance B). constancy C). mutual D). talkative
3). A). teacher B). change C). choose D). machine
4). A). experience B). happen C). language D). know
5). A). hour B). happy C). husband D). have

Question II: Choose the best answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D:
6). She glanced briefly .............. his lapel badge.
A). at B). by C). on D). in
7). True friendship should be based .............. understanding each other and
faithfulness.
A). on B). at C). out D). with
8). Would you mind .............. me your pocket calculator?
A). lent B). lending C). to lend D). lend
9). Friendship is a two-side ..............; it lives by give-and-take.
A). way B). event C). aspect D). affair
10). She made a big .............. about not having a window seat on the plane.
A). complaint B). fuss C). interest D). excitement
11). The police let him ............... after they had asked him some questions.
A). leaving B). to leave C). leave D). left
12). He is not good ........ maths. He is incapable ......... calculating.
A). for/ of B). on/ for C). at/ of D). with/ in
13). The 25th wedding anniversary is called the .............. anniversary.
A). silver B). special C). golden D). diamond
14). She .............. as if she saw a ghost.
A). screamed B). whispered C). spoke D). said
15). She show her .............. by asking lots of trivial questions.
A). inexperience B). experienced C). experienced D). experience
16). There is a growing tendency among singers to .............. some famous singers.
A). imitate B). follow C). reflect D). purpose
17). It would be nice to meet again. I'll get .............. touch with you next week.
A). on B). over C). at D). in
18). The anniversary of the founding of the charity falls .............. 12th November.
A). at B). on C). to D). in
19). .............. anniversary is the day exactly 50 years after marrige, often celebrated
with a party.
A). Copper B). Silver C). Golden D). Diamond
20). A friend of mine phoned .............. me to a party.
A). for inviting B). to invite C). for invite D). inviting
Question III: Use the right form of the verbs below
27. After they __had eaten_ (eat) all the food, they __picked__ (pick) up their bags and left.
28. Jane didn't want any dinner. She __had already eaten_ (eat) already.
29. By the time I __got__ (get) to the party, most people___had gone (go) home.
30. She lets her children ____stay__ (stay) up very late.
31. She sent me an e-mail __to inform__ (inform) me that the meeting had been canceled.
32. We had nothing _to do____ (do) except look at the cinema posters.

Question IV: Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.
A Friend of Liberality
When I was in high school, there was a girl whom I disliked. I don’t know why I dislike her. She had
always been friendly towards me, and had never done anything to cause me to feel the same way I did
about her. I was continually saying unpleasant things to her, making fun of her, snubbing her.
One day as I was going home from school, the girl caught up with me and told me that our teacher
wanted me to come back for a while.I did not belive her and walked on down the street, leaving the girl
standing alone.
The next day when I got to school, our teacher asked me: “Why didn’t you come back to the school as
I asked you to ?” I said: “I didn’t know you wanted me ?”. The teacher sent for the girl and asked her: “
Did you tell Rose to come back ?” The girl answered, “I’m sorry, but I didn’t tell her; I couldn’t catch up
with her”. I was surprised and suddenly realized how pretty she was. I felt I ought to be ashamed of myself
and I found out all my faulst in comparison with her liberality.
27. Why did the writer dislike the girl ?
A. Because the girl dislike her.
B.Because the girl was not friendly to her.
C. Because the writer didn’t feel comefortable with her.
D. The writer didn’t know why.
28. We can infer from the passage that……………………
A. The writer always did the best to help the girl.
B. The writer didn’t behave well towards the girl.
C. The girl didn’t behave well towards the writer.
D. The writer liked the girl very much.
29. The phrase “making fun of her” in the passage means “………........”
A. laughing at her B. looking at her
C. playing with her D. feeling funny when playing with her
30. How did the writer react when the girl told her that the teacher wanted to see her ?
A. She got very angry. B. She went to meet the teacher
C. She thought the girl was telling a lie D. She belived the girl
31. Why did the girl tell a lie to the teacher ?
A. Because she was afraid of him.
B. To avoid being punished by the teacher.
C. Because she thought the teacher would get angry if she told him the truth.
D. To help the writer avoid the teacher’s punishment

Question V: Listen and fill in the gaps with ONE missing word:
Going to party can be fun and (32)................... . If you are invited to a party, do call your host up early to
inform him! her of whether you are going. If you want to bring (33)..................... who has not been invited
along with you, you should ask for permission first. Remember to dress appropriately for the party. You will
stick out like a sore thumb if you are dressed (34) ..................... whereas everyone else is in T-shirt and jeans.
If you are not sure what to wear, do ask your host.
(35).................... the party you may perhaps like to help your (36)..................... by offering to serve drinks
or wash the dishes. Your host would certainly appreciate these efforts. If you (37)................... to be in a party
you do not know anyone, do not try to monopolize the host's attention. This is inconsiderate since your host
has many (38)..................... to attend to and can not (39).................... all his/ her time with you. Instead, learn
to mingle with others at the party. You could try breaking the ice by introducing (40)............................ to
someone who is friendly-looking.
Before you leave the party, remember to thank your host first. If you have the time, you could even offer
to help your host clean up the place.

The end.

Së GI¸O DôC Vµ §µO T¹O KIÓM TRA 1 TIÕT (LÇN


1)
l¹NG S¥N M¤N: TIÕNG ANH
11CB
Thêi gian: 45 phót
M· ®Ò : Häc vµ
tªn: ...........................................
003 Líp 11A1

Question I: Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently.


Identify your answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D.
1). A). have B). husband C). hour D). happy
2). A). garage B). bridge C). again D). game
3). A). silver B). idol C). icing D). time
4). A). change B). teacher C). machine D). choose
5). A). happen B). know C). language D). experience

Question II: Choose the best answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D:
6). She glanced briefly .............. his lapel badge.
A). by B). in C). at D). on
7). I started school when I was at the .............. of six.
A). elderly B). old C). agering D). age
8). He is not good ........ maths. He is incapable ......... calculating.
A). for/ of B). at/ of C). with/ in D). on/ for
9). Those villagers are very ............... to visitors.
A). hospitability B). hospitably C). hospital D). hospitable
10). Would you mind .............. me your pocket calculator?
A). lent B). lending C). to lend D). lend
11). True friendship should be based .............. understanding each other and
faithfulness.
A). on B). at C). out D). with
12). Daisy is so ................. . She only cares about herself, not about other people.
A). talkative B). loyal C). helpful D). selfish
13). Do you think your close friend should .............. joy and sadness with you?
A). to share B). sharing C). shared D). share
14). Up to now they have not made a .............. whether they will go or not.
A). decide B). decision C). decisive D). decidedly
15). She is looking forward to .............. her parents' letter from Italy.
A). received B). receiving C). receive D). to received
16). There is a growing tendency among singers to .............. some famous singers.
A). follow B). reflect C). imitate D). purpose
17). He has a very outgoing .............. and makes friends very easily.
A). personal B). people C). personality D). person
18). Look at the state of the gate. It needs .............. as soon as possible.
A). be repaired B). being repaired C). repairing D). to repair
19). On the occasion of Christmas or New Year, people often send each other
a .............. .
A). name card B). greeting card C). banker's card D). charge card
20). Children often receive presents form their parents at Christmas.
A). candles B). cards C). flowers D). gifts

Question III: Use the right form of the verbs below


21). He worked out the answer. It was clever of him.
It was .....clever of him to work out the answer.............. .
22). The cat jumped through the window.
The little girl saw .......the cat jump through the window................ .
23). He wants to go swimming.
Do you think his mother will let ..........him go swimming..................... .
24). Jimmy got into his car and drove away. I saw this.
I saw .........Jimmy get into his car and drive away............................. .
25). Peter and Mary got out of the car.
We watched ..........Peter and Mary get out of the car............ .
26). I don't like cheating in the exam.
I hate..........being cheated in the exam..................... .

Question IV: Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.
It was two years (27)…………… in Amsterdam. I was spending my summer holidays in Holland
with some of my classmates. We had borrowed a student’s flat for a week, Amsterdam is a very expensive
city indeed and we hope to (28)…………… some money by cooking at home for ourselves. So we went to
a supermarket and we were looking (29)…………….. something to buy when a little boy, (30)…………
was working there, forced a bottle of orange juice to fall down. The entire contents soaked through my hair,
my face (31)………….. my clothes.
27. A. before B. then C.later D. ago
28. A. keep B. save C. put D.earn
29. A. around B. for C. up D. after
30. A. who B. whom C. whose D. that
31. A. but B. or C. and D.as

Question V: Listen and fill in the gaps with ONE missing word:
Going to party can be fun and (32)................... . If you are invited to a party, do call your host up early to
inform him! her of whether you are going. If you want to bring (33)..................... who has not been invited
along with you, you should ask for permission first. Remember to dress appropriately for the party. You will
stick out like a sore thumb if you are dressed (34) ..................... whereas everyone else is in T-shirt and jeans.
If you are not sure what to wear, do ask your host.
(35).................... the party you may perhaps like to help your (36)..................... by offering to serve drinks
or wash the dishes. Your host would certainly appreciate these efforts. If you (37)................... to be in a party
you do not know anyone, do not try to monopolize the host's attention. This is inconsiderate since your host
has many (38)..................... to attend to and can not (39).................... all his/ her time with you. Instead, learn
to mingle with others at the party. You could try breaking the ice by introducing (40)............................ to
someone who is friendly-looking.
Before you leave the party, remember to thank your host first. If you have the time, you could even offer
to help your host clean up the place.

The end.
Së GI¸O DôC Vµ §µO T¹O KIÓM TRA 1 TIÕT (LÇN
1)
l¹NG S¥N M¤N: TIÕNG ANH
11CB
Thêi gian: 45 phót
M· ®Ò : Häc vµ
tªn: ...........................................
004 Líp 11A1

Question I: Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently.


Identify your answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D.
1). A). constancy B). mutual C). acquaintance D). talkative
2). A). good B). gossip C). dangerous D). game
3). A). activity B). side C). brighten D). idol
4). A). constancy B). quantity C). loyalty D). by
5). A). unselfish B). every C). remember D). sense

Question II: Choose the best answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D:
6). He is not good ........ maths. He is incapable ......... calculating.
A). on/ for B). with/ in C). at/ of D). for/ of
7). Those villagers are very ............... to visitors.
A). hospital B). hospitably C). hospitable D). hospitability
8). .............. your best friend have sense of humour?
A). Are B). Does C). Do D). Is
9). She glanced briefly .............. his lapel badge.
A). on B). by C). in D). at
10). The exam is coming so the teachers make their students ................. a lot.
A). to study B). studied C). studying D). study
11). True friendship should be based .............. understanding each other and
faithfulness.
A). on B). with C). out D). at
12). The police let him ............... after they had asked him some questions.
A). leave B). leaving C). to leave D). left
13). Do you think your close friend should .............. joy and sadness with you?
A). to share B). sharing C). shared D). share
14). He has a very outgoing .............. and makes friends very easily.
A). people B). personal C). personality D). person
15). It would be nice to meet again. I'll get .............. touch with you next week.
A). over B). on C). at D). in
16). She .............. as if she saw a ghost.
A). said B). spoke C). screamed D). whispered
17). She is looking forward to .............. her parents' letter from Italy.
A). receiving B). to received C). receive D). received
18). I can never .............. how our life would be without a computer.
A). show B). imagine C). take D). make sure
19). On the occasion of Christmas or New Year, people often send each other
a .............. .
A). greeting card B). banker's card C). charge card D). name card
20). A friend of mine phoned .............. me to a party.
A). for invite B). inviting C). to invite D). for inviting

Question III: Rewrite the sentence or join the pairs of sentences beginning with the
word(s) given:
21). I find singing in public all right.
I don't mind .........singing all right.................... .
22). I don't like cheating in the exam.
I hate..........cheating in the exam............. .
23). He wants to go swimming.
Do you think his mother will let ........him go swimming.......... .
24). Jimmy got into his car and drove away. I saw this.
I saw .........Jimmy get into his car and drive away.................... .
25). Why did the boy do that? It was very silly.
It was .........very silly of the boy to do that........ .
26). Peter and Mary got out of the car.
We watched ..........Peter and Mary get out of the car........ .

Question IV: Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.
After spending a day at the beach, I stopped to buy some food on my way home. But when I
reached for my wallet, it wasn’t there. I checked my other pockets, the car and then headed back to the
beach. My driver’s license and my ID card disappeared. My mind was racing through all the things I had
lost and I felt rotten. A search of the beach and the parking lot proved fruitless, so I headed home. I tried to
forget it because there was nothing I could do, but I was mad at myself for losing it. After dinner when I
was watching TV, the phone rang and a voice asked: “Did you lose a wallet? I found it on the beach.” What
a great feeling that gave me – not only for my luck, but also for my faith in all humanity!
27) How much time did the writer spend on the beach?
A. two days B. one day C. three days D. a day and a half
28) What did he lose?
A. his car B. his wallet C. his key D. his food
29) He felt _____ when he knew that he lost his driver’s license and ID card?
A. happy B. satisfied C. angry D. excited
30) He went _____ after searching the beach and the paring lot?
A. to his house B. to his office C. to the police station D. to a fruit store
31) What did the person who found his wallet do?
A. He called him B. He came to his house
C. He called the police D. He gave the police his wallet

Question V: Listen and fill in the gaps with ONE missing word:
Going to party can be fun and (32)................... . If you are invited to a party, do call your host up early to
inform him! her of whether you are going. If you want to bring (33)..................... who has not been invited
along with you, you should ask for permission first. Remember to dress appropriately for the party. You will
stick out like a sore thumb if you are dressed (34) ..................... whereas everyone else is in T-shirt and jeans.
If you are not sure what to wear, do ask your host.
(35).................... the party you may perhaps like to help your (36)..................... by offering to serve drinks
or wash the dishes. Your host would certainly appreciate these efforts. If you (37)................... to be in a party
you do not know anyone, do not try to monopolize the host's attention. This is inconsiderate since your host
has many (38)..................... to attend to and can not (39).................... all his/ her time with you. Instead, learn
to mingle with others at the party. You could try breaking the ice by introducing (40)............................ to
someone who is friendly-looking.
Before you leave the party, remember to thank your host first. If you have the time, you could even offer
to help your host clean up the place.

The end.
Së GI¸O DôC Vµ §µO T¹O KIÓM TRA 1 TIÕT (LÇN
1)
l¹NG S¥N M¤N: TIÕNG ANH
11CB
Thêi gian: 45 phót
M· ®Ò : Häc vµ
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005 Líp 11A1

Question I: Choose one word whose underlined part is pronounced differently.


Identify your answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D.
1. A. question B. mutual C. situation D. action
2. A. honest B. honour C. honey D. ghost
3. A. rumour B. humour C. mutual D. duty
4. A. weather B. cream C. friend D. wedding
5. A. birthday B. although C. together D. clothing

Question II: Choose the best answer by circling the corresponding letter A, B, C or D:
6. I prefer to celebrate my birthday party at home _____ in the restaurant.
A. for B. to C. than D. more
7. We asked ________ the piano so early in the morning, but she won't.
A. Marie to stop playing B. Marie stop to play
C. that Marie stops playing D Marie to stop to play
8. Jack's mother __ a birthday cake with seventeen lighted candles on it.
A. brought out B showed on C. turned up D. took over
9. The film _______ by the time we ________ to the cinema.
A. already began - got B have already begun - got
C. had already begun - got D already began - had got
10. Friendship is a two-side ________; it lives by give-and-take.
A affair B. event C. way D. aspect
11. They ………………..all day swimming and sunbathing at the beach.
A. took B. used C. passed D. spent
12. Would you mind …………….me your pocket calculator?
A. lend B. to lend C. lending D. lent
13. The little boy hopes …………….to Disneyland Park on his birthday.
A. to take B. to be taking C. to be taken D. taking
14. On the New Year Day, people say “Happy New Year” ………. their friends and relatives.
A. with B. for C. from D. to
15. Their ………. took place in Saint John’s Church
A. marry B. married C. marriage D. marital
16. Do you know how Vietnamese people ………Lunar New Year ?
A. joke B. blow C. celebrate D. keep
17. ……….anniversary is the day exactly 50 years after a marriage, often celebrated with a party
A. Silver B. Copper C. Diamond D. Golden
18. She is looking forward to……her parents’letter from Italy.
A. receive B. received C. to receive D. receiving
19. Peter is not used to…… in front of the public .He often feels too nervous …..anything.
A. speaking / to say B. speak / saying
C. spoken / for saying D. speaking / saying
20. Passing the restaurant ,he stopped ……..a coffee.
A. drink B. to drink C. drinking D. drunk
Question III: Rewrite the sentence or join the pairs of sentences beginning with the
word(s) given:
27. In the middle of our dinner there was a knock at the door. (when)
When we were having dinner, there was a knock at the door.
28. Sam played tennis yesterday and it was his first game. (never)
Sam had never played tennis before.
29. I started working in this hotel six months ago. (worked)
I have worked/have been working in this hotel for 6 months.
30. How long is it since they went to Nairobi? (When)
When did you go to Nairobi?
31. I met her during my stay in Paris last summer. (while)
I met her while I was staying in Paris last summer.
32. Sue has been in Italy for the last three weeks. (went)
Sue went to Italy last three weeks.
Question IV: Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.
A birthday party is a celebration that occurs to celebrate the birth of the person being honored .Bithday parties
are celebrated in many cultures .While a child’s party is usually at home and consists of soft drinks and sweet
food as well as some main courses ,adults’ birthday parties in Western countries often take place in bars or
nightclubs where a range of alcoholic beverages are consumed.
In Western cultures ,particularly in the United States ,birthday parties are often accompanied by colorful
decoration such as streamers and balloons. A birthday cake is often served with candles that are to be blown
out after a “birthday wish “has been made .While the birthday cake is brought to the table ,the song Happy
Birthday to You is sung .Wealthy people or celebrities may hire an event management agency or a party
service to organize a birthday party.
The birthday cake has been an integral part of the birthday tradition in Western cultures since the middle of
the 19th century.
The cake , or sometime a pastry or dessert ,is served to a person on his or her birthday ,and is often decorated
with small novelty candles , with the person’s name and a message of congratulations inscribed with icing
.The phrase “Happy Birthday “did not appear on birthday cakes until the song Happy Birthday to You was
popularized in the early 1900s.
Tradition holds that the person with the birthday may make a wish ,which will come true if all the candles can
be blown out in one breath.
27. Children’s birthday parties are celebrated……….
A. at home B. in nightclubs C. in discotheques D. in bars
28. Birthday parties are celebrated……
A. only in the USA B. in Western countries C. in many countries D. all over the world
29. A birthday cake is………
A. not important B. necessary C. not necessary D. fofbidden
30. In a child’s birthday party ,there is not………
A. Sweet food B. soft drinks C. a main course D. alcoholic beverage
31. On a birthday cake ,there is not…….
A. a wish “Happy Birthday” B. decoration C. the person’s name B. a gift
Question V: Listen and fill in the gaps with ONE missing word:
Going to party can be fun and (32)................... . If you are invited to a party, do call your host up early to
inform him! her of whether you are going. If you want to bring (33)..................... who has not been invited
along with you, you should ask for permission first. Remember to dress appropriately for the party. You will
stick out like a sore thumb if you are dressed (34) ..................... whereas everyone else is in T-shirt and jeans.
If you are not sure what to wear, do ask your host.
(35).................... the party you may perhaps like to help your (36)..................... by offering to serve drinks
or wash the dishes. Your host would certainly appreciate these efforts. If you (37)................... to be in a party
you do not know anyone, do not try to monopolize the host's attention. This is inconsiderate since your host
has many (38)..................... to attend to and can not (39).................... all his/ her time with you. Instead, learn
to mingle with others at the party. You could try breaking the ice by introducing (40)............................ to
someone who is friendly-looking.
Before you leave the party, remember to thank your host first. If you have the time, you could even offer
to help your host clean up the place.
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