Đề kiểm tra học kì I môn tiếng Anh 11 năm học 2007-2008

Multicultural Britain and United States

Both Britain and the United States are multicultural societies.

In the United States, the white people whose ancestors came from Europe in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries form the mainsteam. In Britain, the mainstream (21) of the white population from England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. In North America, the ethnic minorities are composed of other racial and cultural groups:the Native Americans, African Americans, the Hispanic, and the Asian Americans are the main ethnic minorities. In Britain, the ethnic minorities include the families of former immigrants (22) South Asia, China, the Caribbean, and from many other countries.

When their ancesstors settled in Britain, they tried to (23) their cultural traditions. Nowadays, even though most members of the ethnic minority groups think of themselves as British, they take pride in their cultural (24) and keep alive their traditional festivals and practices. Many people from the mainstream also enjoy such cultural events .

In the United States, the African-American, the Hispanic, and the Asian populations are (25) faster than the white one. In a near future, these ethnic groups will account for about 50 % of the population. The US government has made English the official language in the whole country in an attempt to force the (26) to fit into the “ melting pot.”

 

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wo times then pick out ONE best option (A,B,C or D) for each sentence from 5 to 8 : Question 5: By July 2000,about____________of the population was able to read and write. A. 84 % B. 100 % C. 44 % D. 94 % Question 6: In 2001, the number of people in remote and mountainous areas receiving reading and writing lessons reached to: A. 4,623 B. 600 C. 6,000 D. 1,200 Question 7: Besides teaching illiterate people to read and write, students also talked about: A. forest protection B. celebrations C. new farming techniques and family planing D. ethnic minority music Question 8: The number of illiterate people in remote and mountainous areas is A. eradicated at once B. gradually decreasing C. increasing quickly D. unchanged Pick out ONE best option ( A,B,C or D ) to complete these sentences from 9 to 12 : Question 9: Mr. Dawson is always __________. He is never late for work. A. sensitive B. romantic C. indifferent D. punctual Question 10: He feels_______ in his suits. It’s very hot here . A. uncomfortable B. athletic C. comfortable D. ashamed Question 11: The volunteers conducted_______courses for weak schoolboys and schoolgirls in the remote areas. A. extra B. night C. remedial D. distant Question 12: _________ illiteracy in mountainous areas is not an easy work. A. Enlarging B. Eradicating C. Developing D. Multiplying Pick out ONE best option ( A,B,C or D ) whose underlined syllable is pronounced differently from the other’s from 13 to 14 : Question 13: A. ability B. sympathetic C. gradually D. familiar Question 14: A. kitchen B. channel C. church D. toothache Read the passage then state whether the following sentences are TRUE or FALSE from 15 to 20: Beauty contests for women often have rules regarding the “ purity “ of the contestants. For example, they must not be married, must agree to remain celibate during their “reign”,and must agree to refrain from other acts that contest organizers regard as “ moral degradation.” Breaking any of those rules disqualifies the contestant. The modern beauty pageant can trace its origin to the Miss America pageant, first held in Atlantic City, New Jersey, in 1921, under the tittle “ InterCity Beauty” contest. The following year, the tittle was renamed Miss America. Nowadays, the two largest and most famous international beauty contests include the yearly Miss World competition ( founded in 1951 ) and Miss Universe ( 1952 ). As women from around the world participate each year in the competitions for these tittles, the organizers of the major beauty contests represent their contests as events of world importance. While many other people consider beauty contests to be agreeable entertainment events of no great importance, many feminists regard beauty contests for women as degrading to females in general, as well as to the women who compete in them. They have particularly objected to swimsuit rounds in competitions where the contestants parade dressed only in swimsuits and high-heeled shoes. Partly because of this, beauty contests have declined in popularity since their peak in the 1960s. Question 15: All young women under 25, have the right to take part in the beauty contests for women without any restriction. A. True B. False Question 16: The contestants of beauty contests may not break any rule which is regarded as “ moral degradation.” A. True B. False Question 17: Beauty contests have their origin from the “ InterCity Beauty” contest, first held in the USA in 1921. A. True B. False Question 18: Since 1951, the beauty contests have been organized every four years for contestants from around the world. A. True B. False Question 19: Beauty contests are highly valued by all people around the world. A. True B. False Question 20: The heyday of beauty contests was in the 1960s. A. True B. False Pick out ONE best option ( A,B,C or D ) to fill in each numbered blank, completing the meaning of the passage below from 21 to 26 : Multicultural Britain and United States Both Britain and the United States are multicultural societies. In the United States, the white people whose ancestors came from Europe in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries form the mainsteam. In Britain, the mainstream…(21)… of the white population from England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. In North America, the ethnic minorities are composed of other racial and cultural groups:the Native Americans, African Americans, the Hispanic, and the Asian Americans are the main ethnic minorities. In Britain, the ethnic minorities include the families of former immigrants…(22)… South Asia, China, the Caribbean, and from many other countries. When their ancesstors settled in Britain, they tried to…(23)… their cultural traditions. Nowadays, even though most members of the ethnic minority groups think of themselves as British, they take pride in their cultural…(24)… and keep alive their traditional festivals and practices. Many people from the mainstream also enjoy such cultural events . In the United States, the African-American, the Hispanic, and the Asian populations are …(25)… faster than the white one. In a near future, these ethnic groups will account for about 50 % of the population. The US government has made English the official language in the whole country in an attempt to force the …(26)… to fit into the “ melting pot.” Question 21: A. makes B. divides C. consists D. compounds Question 22: A. among B. from C. of D. in Question 23: A. create B. raise C. focus D. preserve Question 24: A. lives B. activities C. origins D. demonstrations Question 25: A. growing B. decreasing C. lowering D. descending Question 26: A. governments B. immigrants C. ancestors D. mainstreams ---------------------------------------------------------hết-------------------------------------------------------------- UBND TỈNH TIỀN GIANG CỘNG HÒA XÃ HỘI CHỦ NGHĨA VIỆT NAM SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO Độc lập - Tự do - Hạnh phúc Đề chính thức ĐỀ KIỂM TRA HỌC KỲ 1 : 2007 – 2008 MÔN : Tiếng Anh 11 (Nâng cao) Phần trắc nghiệm Thời gian làm bài : 40 phút (không kể thời gian giao đề) Mã đề : 824 (Đềgồm 2 trang)------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Listen to the passage two times then state whether the following sentences are TRUE or FALSE from 1 to 4 : Question 1: The aim of the organization ‘ MSF’ is to help people who have suffered badly in wars or natural disasters. A. True B. False Question 2: In over 70 different countries worldwide, volunteer professionals work independently. A. True B. False Question 3: All the "MSF" volunteers must have medical qualifications. A. True B. False Question 4: "MSF" has been successful with its projects. A. True B. False Listen to the passage two times then pick out ONE best option (A,B,C or D) for each sentence from 5 to 8 : Question 5: By July 2000,about____________of the population was able to read and write. A. 84 % B. 44 % C. 100 % D. 94 % Question 6: In 2001, the number of people in remote and mountainous areas receiving reading and writing lessons reached to: A. 4,623 B. 1,200 C. 6,000 D. 600 Question 7: Besides teaching illiterate people to read and write, students also talked about: A. forest protection B. new farming techniques and family planing C. ethnic minority music D. celebrations Question 8: The number of illiterate people in remote and mountainous areas is A. unchanged B. eradicated at once C. gradually decreasing D. increasing quickly Pick out ONE best option ( A,B,C or D ) to complete these sentences from 9 to 12 : Question 9: Mr. Dawson is always __________. He is never late for work. A. indifferent B. sensitive C. punctual D. romantic Question 10: He feels_______ in his suits. It’s very hot here . A. ashamed B. uncomfortable C. athletic D. comfortable Question 11: The volunteers conducted_______courses for weak schoolboys and schoolgirls in the remote areas. A. distant B. night C. extra D. remedial Question 12: _________ illiteracy in mountainous areas is not an easy work. A. Eradicating B. Multiplying C. Developing D. Enlarging Pick out ONE best option ( A,B,C or D ) whose underlined syllable is pronounced differently from the other’s from 13 to 14 : Question 13: A. ability B. sympathetic C. familiar D. gradually Question 14: A. channel B. kitchen C. toothache D. church Read the passage then state whether the following sentences are TRUE or FALSE from 15 to 20: Beauty contests for women often have rules regarding the “ purity “ of the contestants. For example, they must not be married, must agree to remain celibate during their “reign”,and must agree to refrain from other acts that contest organizers regard as “ moral degradation.” Breaking any of those rules disqualifies the contestant. The modern beauty pageant can trace its origin to the Miss America pageant, first held in Atlantic City, New Jersey, in 1921, under the tittle “ InterCity Beauty” contest. The following year, the tittle was renamed Miss America. Nowadays, the two largest and most famous international beauty contests include the yearly Miss World competition ( founded in 1951 ) and Miss Universe ( 1952 ). As women from around the world participate each year in the competitions for these tittles, the organizers of the major beauty contests represent their contests as events of world importance. While many other people consider beauty contests to be agreeable entertainment events of no great importance, many feminists regard beauty contests for women as degrading to females in general, as well as to the women who compete in them. They have particularly objected to swimsuit rounds in competitions where the contestants parade dressed only in swimsuits and high-heeled shoes. Partly because of this, beauty contests have declined in popularity since their peak in the 1960s. Question 15: All young women under 25, have the right to take part in the beauty contests for women without any restriction. A. True B. False Question 16: The contestants of beauty contests may not break any rule which is regarded as “ moral degradation.” A. True B. False Question 17: Beauty contests have their origin from the “ InterCity Beauty” contest, first held in the USA in 1921. A. True B. False Question 18: Since 1951, the beauty contests have been organized every four years for contestants from around the world. A. True B. False Question 19: Beauty contests are highly valued by all people around the world. A. True B. False Question 20: The heyday of beauty contests was in the 1960s. A. True B. False Pick out ONE best option ( A,B,C or D ) to fill in each numbered blank, completing the meaning of the passage below from 21 to 26 : Multicultural Britain and United States Both Britain and the United States are multicultural societies. In the United States, the white people whose ancestors came from Europe in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries form the mainsteam. In Britain, the mainstream…(21)… of the white population from England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. In North America, the ethnic minorities are composed of other racial and cultural groups:the Native Americans, African Americans, the Hispanic, and the Asian Americans are the main ethnic minorities. In Britain, the ethnic minorities include the families of former immigrants…(22)… South Asia, China, the Caribbean, and from many other countries. When their ancesstors settled in Britain, they tried to…(23)… their cultural traditions. Nowadays, even though most members of the ethnic minority groups think of themselves as British, they take pride in their cultural…(24)… and keep alive their traditional festivals and practices. Many people from the mainstream also enjoy such cultural events . In the United States, the African-American, the Hispanic, and the Asian populations are …(25)… faster than the white one. In a near future, these ethnic groups will account for about 50 % of the population. The US government has made English the official language in the whole country in an attempt to force the …(26)… to fit into the “ melting pot.” Question 21: A. makes B. divides C. compounds D. consists Question 22: A. of B. from C. among D. in Question 23: A. create B. raise C. focus D. preserve Question 24: A. lives B. origins C. demonstrations D. activities Question 25: A. growing B. descending C. lowering D. decreasing Question 26: A. mainstreams B. ancestors C. immigrants D. governments ---------------------------------------------------------hết-------------------------------------------------------------- UBND TỈNH TIỀN GIANG CỘNG HÒA XÃ HỘI CHỦ NGHĨA VIỆT NAM SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO Độc lập - Tự do - Hạnh phúc Đề chính thức ĐỀ KIỂM TRA HỌC KỲ 1 : 2007 – 2008 MÔN : Tiếng Anh 11 (Nâng cao) Phần trắc nghiệm Thời gian làm bài : 40 phút (không kể thời gian giao đề) Mã đề : 867 (Đề gồm 2 trang)------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Listen to the passage two times then state whether the following sentences are TRUE or FALSE from 1 to 4 : Câu 1: The aim of the organization ‘ MSF’ is to help people who have suffered badly in wars or natural disasters. A. True B. False Câu 2: In over 70 different countries worldwide, volunteer professionals work independently. A. True B. False Câu 3: All the "MSF" volunteers must have medical qualifications. A. True B. False Câu 4: "MSF" has been successful with its projects. A. True B. False Listen to the passage two times then pick out ONE best option (A,B,C or D) for each sentence from 5 to 8 : Câu 5: By July 2000,about____________of the population was able to read and write. A. 84 % B. 44 % C. 94 % D. 100 % Câu 6: In 2001, the number of people in remote and mountainous areas receiving reading and writing lessons reached to: A. 4,623 B. 600 C. 6,000 D. 1,200 Câu 7: Besides teaching illiterate people to read and write, students also talked about: A. forest protection B. new farming techniques and family planing C. ethnic minority music D. celebrations Câu 8: The number of illiterate people in remote and mountainous areas is A. increasing quickly B. unchanged C. eradicated at once D. gradually decreasing Pick out ONE best option ( A,B,C or D ) to complete these sentences from 9 to 12 : Câu 9: Mr. Dawson is always __________. He is never late for work. A. sensitive B. punctual C. romantic D. indifferent Câu 10: He feels_______ in his suits. It’s very hot here . A. comfortable B. athletic C. ashamed D. uncomfortable Câu 11: The volunteers conducted_______courses for weak schoolboys and schoolgirls in the remote areas. A. extra B. distant C. remedial D. night Câu 12: _________ illiteracy in mountainous areas is not an easy work. A. Eradicating B. Developing C. Enlarging D. Multiplying Pick out ONE best option ( A,B,C or D ) whose underlined syllable is pronounced differently from the other’s from 13 to 14 : Câu 13: A. ability B. gradually C. familiar D. sympathetic Câu 14: A. toothache B. kitchen C. church D. channel Read the passage then state whether the following sentences are TRUE or FALSE from 15 to 20: Beauty contests for women often have rules regarding the “ purity “ of the contestants. For example, they must not be married, must agree to remain celibate during their “reign”,and must agree to refrain from other acts that contest organizers regard as “ moral degradation.” Breaking any of those rules disqualifies the contestant. The modern beauty pageant can trace its origin to the Miss America pageant, first held in Atlantic City, New Jersey, in 1921, under the tittle “ InterCity Beauty” contest. The following year, the tittle was renamed Miss America. Nowadays, the two largest and most famous international beauty contests include the yearly Miss World competition ( founded in 1951 ) and Miss Universe ( 1952 ). As women from around the world participate each year in the competitions for these tittles, the organizers of the major beauty contests represent their contests as events of world importance. While many other people consider beauty contests to be agreeable entertainment events of no great importance, many feminists regard beauty contests for women as degrading to females in general, as well as to the women who compete in them. They have particularly objected to swimsuit rounds in competitions where the contestants parade dressed only in swimsuits and high-heeled shoes. Partly because of this, beauty contests have declined in popularity since their peak in the 1960s. Câu 15: All young women under 25, have the right to take part in the beauty contests for women without any restriction. A. True B. False Câu 16: The contestants of beauty contests may not break any rule which is regarded as “ moral degradation.” A. True B. False Câu 17: Beauty contests have their origin from the “ InterCity Beauty” contest, first held in the USA in 1921. A. True B. False Câu 18: Since 1951, the beauty contests have been organized every four years for contestants from around the world. A. True B. False Câu 19: Beauty contests are highly valued by all people around the world. A. True B. False Câu 20: The heyday of beauty contests was in the 1960s. A. True B. False Pick out ONE best option ( A,B,C or D ) to fill in each numbered blank, completing the meaning of the passage below from 21 to 26 : Multicultural Britain and United States Both Britain and the United States are multicultural societies. In the United States, the white people whose ancestors came from Europe in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries form the mainsteam. In Britain, the mainstream…(21)… of the white population from England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. In North America, the ethnic minorities are composed of other racial and cultural groups:the Native Americans, African Americans, the Hispanic, and the Asian Americans are the main ethnic minorities. In Britain, the ethnic minorities include the families of former immigrants…(22)… South Asia, China, the Caribbean, and from many other countries. When their ancesstors settled in Britain, they tried to…(23)… their cultural traditions. Nowadays, even though most members of the ethnic minority groups think of themselves as British, they take pride in their cultural…(24)… and keep alive their traditional festivals and practices. Many people from the mainstream also enjoy such cultural events . In the United States, the African-American, the Hispanic, and the Asian populations are …(25)… faster than the white one. In a near future, these ethnic groups will account for about 50 % of the population. The US government has made English the official language in the whole country in an attempt to force the …(26)… to fit into the “ melting pot.” Câu 21: A. compounds B. consists C. makes D. divides Câu 22: A. among B. in C. from D. of Câu 23: A. preserve B. create C. focus D. raise Câu 24: A. demonstrations B. activities C. origins D. lives Câu 25: A. decreasing B. growing C. descending D. lowering Câu 26: A. governments B. ancestors C. mainstreams D. immigrants ---------------------------------------------------------hết-------------------------------------------------------------- UBND TỈNH TIỀN GIANG CỘNG HÒA XÃ HỘI CHỦ NGHĨA VIỆT NAM SỞ GIÁO DỤC VÀ ĐÀO TẠO Độc lập - Tự do - Hạnh phúc Đề chính thức ĐỀ KIỂM TRA HỌC KỲ 1 : 2007 – 2008 MÔN : Tiếng Anh 11 (Nâng cao) Phần trắc nghiệm Thời gian làm bài : 40 phút (không kể thời gian giao đề) Mã đề : 891 (Đề gồm 2 trang)------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Listen to the passage two times then state whether the following sentences are TRUE or FALSE from 1 to 4 : Câu 1: The aim of the organization ‘ MSF’ is to help people who have suffered badly in wars or natural disasters. A. True B. False Câu 2: In over 70 different countries worldwide, volunteer professionals work independently. A. True B. False Câu 3: All the "MSF" volunteers must have medical qualifications. A. True B. False Câu 4: "MSF" has been successful with its projects. A. True B. False Listen to the passage two times then pick out ONE best option (A,B,C or D) for each sentence from 5 to 8 : Câu 5: By July 2000,about____________of the population was able to read and write. A. 44 % B. 94 % C. 84 % D. 100 % Câu 6: In 2001, the number of people in remote and mountainous areas receiving reading and writing lessons reached to: A. 6,000 B. 600 C. 4,623 D. 1,200 Câu 7: Besides teaching illiterate people to read and write, students also talked about: A. new farming techniques and family planing B. celebrations C. ethnic minority music D. forest protection Câu 8: The number of illiterate people in remote and mountainous areas is A. unchanged B. increasing quickly C. eradicated at once D. gradually decreasing Pick out ONE best option ( A,B,C or D ) to complete these sentences from 9 to 12 : Câu 9: Mr. Dawson is always __________. He is never late for work. A. indifferent B. punctual C. romantic D. sensitive Câu 10: He feels_______ in his suits. It’s very hot here . A. athletic B. ashamed C. uncomfortable D. comfortable Câu 11: The volunteers conducted_______courses for weak schoolboys and schoolgirls in the remote areas. A. distant B. extra C. night D. remedial Câu 12: _________ illiteracy in mountainous areas is not an easy work. A. Eradicating B. Multiplying C. Developing D. Enlarging Pick out ONE best option ( A,B,C or D ) whose underlined syllable is pronounced differently from the other’s from 13 to 14 : Câu 13: A. sympathetic B. ability C. familiar D. gradually Câu 14: A. church B. toothache C. channel D. kitchen Read the passage then state whether the following sentences are TRUE or FALSE from 15 to 20: Beauty contests for women often have rules regarding the “ purity “ of the contestants. For example, they must not be married, must agree to remain celibate during their “reign”,and must agree to refrain from other acts that contest organizers regard as “ moral degradation.” Breaking any of those rules disqualifies the contestant. The modern beauty pageant can trace its origin to the Miss America pageant, first held in Atlantic City, New Jersey, in 1921, under the tittle “ InterCity Beauty” contest. The following year, the tittle was renamed Miss America. Nowadays, the two largest and most famous international beauty contests include the yearly Miss World competition ( founded in 1951 ) and Miss Universe ( 1952 ). As women from around the world participate each year in the competitions for these tittles, the organizers of the major beauty contests represent their contests as events of world importance. While many other people consider beauty contests to be agreeable entertainment events of no great importance, many feminists regard beauty contests for women as degrading to females in general, as well as to the women who compete in them. They have particularly objected to swimsuit rounds in competitions where the contestants parade dressed only in swimsuits and high-heeled shoes. Partly because of this, beauty contests have declined in popularity since their peak in the 1960s. Câu 15: All young women under 25, have the right to take part in the beauty contests for women without any restriction. A. True B. False Câu 16: The contestants of beauty contests may not break any rule which is regarded as “ moral degradation.” A. True B. False Câu 17: Beauty contests have their origin from the “ InterCity Beauty” contest, first held in the USA in 1921. A. True B. False Câu 18: Since 1951, the beauty contests have been organized every four years for contestants from around the world. A. True B. False Câu 19: Beauty contests are highly valued by all people around the world. A. True B. False Câu 20: The heyday of beauty contests was in the 1960s. A. True B. False Pick out ONE best option ( A,B,C or D ) to fill in each numbered blank, completing the meaning of the passage below from 21 to 26 : Multicultural Britain and United States Both Britain and the United States are multicultural societies. In the United States, the white people whose ancestors came from Europe in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries form the mainsteam. In Britain, the mainstream…(21)… of the white population from England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland. In North America, the ethnic minorities are composed of other racial and cultural groups:the Native Americans, African Americans, the Hispanic, and the Asian Americans are the main ethnic minorities. In Britain, the ethnic minorities include the families of former immigrants…(22)… South Asia, China, the Caribbean, and from many other countries. When their ancesstors settled in Britain, they tried to…(23)… their cultural traditions. Nowadays, even though most members of the ethnic minority groups think of themselves as British, they take pride in their cultural…

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