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    Đề thi Giữa học kì 2 Tiếng Anh 10 mới (Đề số 1)

    Thời gian: 60 phút

    Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in position the of the primary stress in each of the following questions.

    Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

    A. industrial

    B. business

    C. working

    D. manufacturing

    A. sets in

    B. does up

    C. stands for

    D. gets down

    A. flood

    B. drizzle

    C. shower

    D. smog

    A. endangered

    B. extinct

    C. threatened

    D. disappeared

    A. urban

    B. commercial

    C. land

    D. rural

    A. injury

    B. pollution

    C. damage

    D. hurt

    A. enhance

    B. protect

    C. make

    D. build

    A. exhaust fumes

    B. smokes

    C. wastes

    D. emissions

    A. pesticides

    B. exhaust fumes.

    C. toxic waste

    D. emissions

    A. agriculture – pesticides

    B. agriculture – fertilizers

    C. crops – fertilizers

    D. crops – pesticides

    Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.

    16. “I’m a big fan of U23.” Derek said.

    A. was

    B. has been

    C. were

    D. had been

    17. “We’re watching TV,” said the twins.

    A. watched

    B. were watching

    C. have been watching

    D. had watched

    18. “You’ve been annoying me all day!” my mum said.

    A. annoyed

    B. was annoying

    C. have been annoying

    D. had been annoying

    19. “The dog ate my homework!” said Ivan.

    Ivan said the dog his homework.

    A. was eating

    B. has eaten

    C.ate

    D. had eaten

    20. “At one o’clock, I was having lunch,” said Molly.

    A. had been having

    B. has had

    C. is having

    D. has been having

    21. “You’ll get wet without an umbrella,” Dad said.

    A. will be getting

    B. got

    C. would be getting

    D. would get

    22. “He can juggle five balls!” said Angie.

    A. juggled

    B. had juggled

    C. would juggle

    D. could juggle

    23. “You must give me your essays,” Mrs Vine said.

    A. were having to

    B. would have to

    C. had to

    D. must

    24. “Could you pass me the salt, please?” I asked the man next to me.

    A. pass

    B. if he passes

    C. to pass

    D. if he would pass

    25. “Would you mind waiting for a moment?” the shop assistant asked the woman.

    A. to wait

    B. waiting

    C. if she waits

    D. if she minds waiting

    Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct response to each of the following exchanges.

    A. Yes, thanks.

    B. Yes, why not?

    C. It’s my pleasure.

    D. Do we?

    A. What did you take to get there?

    B. Did you get there by motorbike?

    C. How long did it take you to get there?

    D. How did you get there?

    A. How’s everything?

    B. What’s everything?

    C. What do you do?

    D. How do you do?

    A. What about recycling water for gardening?

    B. Sorry, can I say something?

    C. Glad to work with you.

    D. Excuse me, I want to add something.

    A. Make yourself at home.

    B. Nice to meet you!

    C. It’s very nice of you to do so.

    D. Long time no see.

    Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.

    THINK BEFORE YOU TOSS

    Countries around the world have growing mountains of trash because people are throwing out more trash than ever before. How did we become a throwaway society?

    First of all, it is now easier to replace an item than to spend time and money to repair it. Thanks to modern manufacturing and technology, companies are able to produce items quickly and inexpensively. Products are plentiful and prices are low, so we would rather buy something new than repair it. Even if we did want to repair something, many items are almost impossible to repair. These products contain many tiny, complicated parts. Some even contain small computer chips. It’s easier to throw these items away and buy new ones than to fix them.

    Another contributing factor is our love of disposable products. As busy people, we are always looking for ways to save time and make our lives easier. Why should we use cloth kitchen towels? It’s easier to use paper towel once and toss it out. Companies manufacture thousands of different kinds of disposable items: paper plates, plastic cups, cameras, and razors for shaving, to name a few. The problem is that disposable products also contribute to our trash problem.

    Our appetite for new products also contributes to the problem. We are addicted to buying things. As consumers, we want the latest clothes, the best TVs, and cellphones with west features. Companies tell us to buy, buy, and buy. Advertisements persuade us wer is better. The result is that we throw away useful possessions to make room for new ones.

    31. Which of the following is NOT a reason for people to replace a broken item?

    A. Products are now mass produced at affordable prices.

    B. It takes almost no time to fix broken items.

    C. Many items are too complicated to repair.

    D. Some products contain tiny, complicated chips.

    A. cloth kitchen towels

    B. paper plates

    C. plastic cups

    D. razors for shaving

    A. convenient

    B. inexpensive

    C. throwaway

    D. single-use

    34. Why are we hooked on buying new things?

    A. We throw the old items to make room for the new ones.

    B. We have more money than ever before.

    C. We want to own as many things as possible.

    D. We are made to believe that the new is the better.

    A. need

    B. demand

    C. desire

    D. taste

    Đáp án

    Đề thi Giữa học kì 2 Tiếng Anh 10 mới (Đề số 2)

    Thời gian: 60 phút

    Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in position the of the primary stress in each of the following questions.

    Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word(s) CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined word(s) in each of the following questions.

    6. We are facing severe environmental pollution despite the fact that many world organizations are working hard to reduce it.

    A. heavy

    B. destructive

    C. harmful

    D. serious

    7. Water pollution is a result of dumping pollutants such as detergents, pesticides, oil, and other chemicals in rivers, which makes the water unclean.

    A. substances

    B. stuffs

    C. contaminants

    D. wastes

    8. Stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.

    A. coexist peacefully with

    B. fall in love with

    C. agree with

    D. cooperate with

    9. WWF was set up in 1961 and had its operations in areas such as the pservation of biological persity.

    A. difference

    B. abundance

    C. variety

    D. plenty

    10. The seashore was much polluted because of the amount of waste left there. All this rubbish is killing fish and other marine life.

    A. sea plants

    B. sea mammals

    C. water life

    D. sea creatures

    Mark the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correction in each of the following questions.

    Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions.

    THE BALANCE OF NATURE

    All the different plants and animals in a natural community are in a state of balance. This balance is achieved by the plants and animals interacting with each other and with their non-living surroundings. An example of a natural community is a woodland, and a woodland is usually dominated by a particular species of plant, such as the oak tree in an oak wood. The oak tree in this example is therefore called the dominant species but there are also many other types of plants, from brambles, bushes, and small trees to mosses, lichens and algae growing on tree trunks and rocks.

    The plants of a community are the producers: they use carbon dioxide, oxygen, nitrogen to build up their tissues using energy in the form of sunlight. The plant tissues form food for the plant-eating animals (herbivores) which are in turn eaten by flesh-eating animals (carnivores). Thus, plants produce the basic food supply for all the animals of a community. The animals themselves are the consumers, and are either herbivores or carnivores.

    Examples of herbivores in a woodland community are rabbits, deer, mice and snails, and insects such as aphids and caterpillars. The herbivores are sometimes eaten by the carnivores. Woodland carnivores are of all sizes, from insects such as beetles and lacewings to animals such as owls, shrews and foxes. Some carnivores feed on herbivores, some feed on the smaller carnivores, while some feed on both: a tawny owl will eat beetles and shrews as well as voles and mice. These food relationships between the different members of the community are known as food chains or food webs. All food chains start with plants. The links of the chain are formed by the herbivores that eat the plants and the carnivores that feed on the herbivores. There are more organisms at the base of the food chain than at the top; for example, there are many more green plants than carnivores in a community.

    Another important section of the community is made up of the decomposers. They include the bacteria and fungi that live in the soil and feed on dead animals and plants. By doing this they break down the tissues of the dead organisms and release mineral salts into the soil.

    21. Which of the following statements is TRUE?

    A. All the plants in a wood are eaten by animals.

    B. All the animals in a wood depend on plants for their food supply.

    C. Plants and animals in a natural community do not interact with their non-living surroundings.

    D. The balance of a natural community means there is no primary species.

    A. having the most important position

    B. covering the majority of the area

    C. providing food for others

    D. making up the whole community

    A. some animals eat other animals

    B. plants depend on the sun to grow

    C. plants depend on the gasses in the atmosphere to grow

    D. not every food chain starts with plants

    A. leaves

    B. roots

    C. cells

    D. trunks

    25. Which of the following is NOT an example of carnivores?

    A. shrew

    B. lacewings

    C. owl

    D. aphids

    26. What makes the links in a food chain?

    A. the plants and the herbivores

    B. the herbivores and the carnivores

    C. the carnivores and the decomposers

    D. the plants and the decomposers

    27. Which of the following statements is NOT true?

    A. Some animals eat plant-eating animals and also flesh-eating animals.

    B. There are more organism at the base of a food chain than at the top.

    C. Green plants outnumber carnivores in a food chain.

    D. The consumers are at the base of a food chain.

    A. plants

    B. animals

    C. herbivores

    D. living things

    Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the sentence that is closest in meaning to each of the following questions.

    29. “We saw a strange man in the garden,” they told their son.

    A. They told their son that we had seen a strange man in the garden.

    B. They told their son that they had seen a strange man in the garden.

    C. They told their son that we saw a strange man in the garden.

    D. They told their son that they saw a strange man in the garden.

    30. “We’re staying in tonight,” said Emily.

    A. Emily said that we were staying in tonight.

    B. Emily said that they were staying in tonight

    C. Emily said that we were staying in that night.

    D. Emily said that they were staying in that night.

    31. “I’ve bought a ring,” he said to his girlfriend.

    A. He said his girlfriend that he had bought a ring.

    B. He said his girlfriend that he bought a ring.

    C. He told his girlfriend that he had bought a ring.

    D. He told his girlfriend that he bought a ring.

    32. “We went to work yesterday,” she said.

    A. She said that they had been to work the day before.

    B. She told that they had been to work the day before.

    C. She said that they had been to work the following day.

    D. She said that she had been to work the day before.

    33. “Don’t swim out too far, boys,” he said.

    A. He encouraged the boys not to swim out too far.

    C. He warned the boys not to swim out too far.

    D. He threatened the boys not to swim out too far.

    34. “I’m sorry I couldn’t come to your birthday party last Friday, Jane,” Bod said.

    A. Bob is sorry for not coming to Jane’s birthday party last Friday.

    B. Bob apologizes for not coming to Jane’s birthday party last Friday.

    C. Bob makes excuses for not coming to Jane’s birthday party last Friday.

    D. Bob wishes to come to Jane’s birthday party last Friday.

    35. “Let’s go for a walk. We’ve been working all day,” said Joanna.

    A. Joanna suggested going for a walk because they had been working all day.

    B. Joanna insisted on going for a walk because they had been working all day.

    C. Joanna suggested going for a walk because they have been working all day.

    D. Joanna suggested going for a walk because she had been working all day.

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