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  1   4 ĐỀ THAM KHẢO KIỂM TRA HỌC KỲ II MÔN TIẾNG ANH LỚP 10   ĐỀ 1 THE SECOND SEMESTER TEST SUBECT! ENGLISH 10 Time allotted: 45 minutes C #$! 04%&'  Name: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Class: . . . . . . . . .  _____________________________________________________________________________ I. Read the following passage and choose the option (A, B, C or D) that best answers eachquestion. C ($)*+,$) In spite of being the capital of one of Europe’s smallest countries, the clean and friendly cityof Copenhagen offers a host of cultural and sightseeing opportunities. With a vast number of  pedestrianised streets, the best ay to sightsee is by foot, or you may prefer a leisurely canalcruise past the colorful aterfront houses.!ights not be missed include osenborg Castle hich houses the Cron #eels,$malienborg %alace, the &ittle 'ermaid and the famous (ivoli )ardens ith a myriad of restaurants and bars, concert halls and a fairground offering something for everyone. $lso orth avisit is the *i+ing 'useum and for something different hy not tour the Carlsberg reery.!hoppers ill en-oy the fine shops of the !troget and don’t forget the sidestreets leading from it.$fter sunset, head for Nyhavn /uayside. 0$ rarity among capital cities  it does not overhelm you, but rather ta+es you gently in andshos you its sights ith /uiet pride. (he &ittle 'ermaid is smaller than you imagined but sheis, after all, 0&ittle23 and there isn’t a single inch of neon among the light bulbs of (ivoli.2  #ohnCarter. 1-  It can be inferred that Copenhagen . . . . . . . . . . A- is the smallest capital city in Europe. B- is the capital of a European country. C- is the capital of the smallest country in Europe. D- $ll are correct. .-  Which of the folloing is N4( true about Copenhagen5 A- *isiting the city, you can en-oy the sights and learn about its cultures. B- It’s advisable to tour the city on foot. C- Cars and other vehicles are not alloed in many of Copenhagen streets. D- 6ou can’t drive in the city because the streets are so narro. '-  $ccording to the te7t, tourists . . . . . . . . . . A- can have food and drin+s or entertainment in the (ivoli )ardens. B- ill not remember the sights. C- should not visit many places including $malienborg %alace. D- can ma+e a tour of the Carlsberg reery for some music.    8 4-  Which of the folloing statements is true5 A- (here are more light bulbs than neon lights in (ivoli. B- (he &ittle 'ermaid is too small to en-oy. C- *isitors can do the shopping in the !troget only. D-  Nyhavn /uayside is a place to visit in the evening.  II. Choose the one (A, B, C or D) that best copletes each sentence. &-  #ane . . . . . . . . . . a seet dream hen the alarm cloc+ . . . . . . . . . . A- had9 rang B- as having9 rang C- as having9 as ringing D- had had9 as ringing /-  !he’s . . . . . . . . . . fascinating oman. o you +no she’s . . . . . . . . . . leader of the opposition party5 A- a9 ; B- a9 the C- the9 a D- ;9 ; -  It . . . . . . . . . . that the stri+e ill end soon. A- is hoped B- are hoped C- hopes D- hoped -  6ou’re very /uiet. What . . . . . . . . . . about5 A- ill you thin+  B- are you thin+ing C- do you thin+  D- have you thought %-  %eople often visit <yoto in $pril, . . . . . . . . . . they can see the beautiful cherry blossoms. A- here B- that C- hen D- hich 10-  0. . . . . . . . . .2 in the sentence belo is not correct.espite I3 being good at II3 math, but III3 he couldn’t solve the problem I*3. A- II B- III C- I D- I* 11-  0. . . . . . . . . .2 in the sentence belo is not correct.6ou shouldn’t orry I3 too much II3 for III3 your children= they’re gron up I*3 no. A- I* B- II C- I D- III 1.-  “Would you like to come to my birthday party, Sarah?” asked Frederic.  is closest in meaningto 0. . . . . . . . . .2 A- >rederic invited !arah to his birthday party. B- >rederic as+ed !arah if she li+ed his birthday party or not. C- >rederic reminded !arah of his coming birthday party. D- >rederic as+ed if !arah as able to come to his birthday party. 1'-  (hey helped me a lot. I don’t +no hat I . . . . . . . . . . ithout their help. A- ould do B- had done C- have done D- ould have done 14-  . . . . . . . . . . the storm, the ship couldn’t reach its destination on time. A- $lthough B- ecause of  C- In spite of  D- ecause 1&-  Would you anser . . . . . . . . . . telephone, please5 I’m trying to lull . . . . . . . . . . baby. A- the9 a B- a9 a C- a9 the D- the9 the 1/-  0?o about driving to the countryside this !unday52  0. . . . . . . . . .2 A- (hat’s a good idea@ B-  Never mind. C- 6es, I’m driving. D- (hat’s my pleasure@ 1-  (he boo+ . . . . . . . . . . is on the top shelf is a present from my friend. A- ho B- that C- ; D- oth  and C are correct 1-  ?e turned off the lights before going out . . . . . . . . . . aste electricity. A- so that not B- so as not to C- as not to D- in order that not    A 1%-  We ere all . . . . . . . . . . to hear about the brea+up of their marriage. A- shoc+ing B- shoc+  C- shoc+ed D- feel shoc+ed .0-  ?e is trying to buy the same ring . . . . . . . . . . he lost to months ago. A- that B- hich C- ; D- $ll are correct .1-  In my mother’s . . . . . . . . . ., it is essential to eat a big brea+fast. A- opinion B- feeling C- idea D- confidence ..-  !he on the first priBe in the draing . . . . . . . . . . A- competitive B- competitor  C- compete D- competition .'-  “!  ere you,  ould take the #ob,” said my roommate.  is closest in meaning to 0. . . . . . . . .2 A- 'y roommate as thin+ing about ta+ing the -ob. B- 'y roommate introduced the idea of ta+ing the -ob to me. C- 'y roommate advised me to ta+e the -ob. D- 'y roommate insisted on ta+ing the -ob for me. .4-  0. . . . . . . . . .2 in the sentence belo is not correct.$ language is considered I3 dead hen II3 it no longer used III3 for oral communicationI*3. A- III B- I C- II D- I* .&-  %lease +eep your voice don in this section of the library. If you . . . . . . . . . . to tal+ loudly, I .. . . . . . . . . to as+ you to leave. A- had continued9 ould have had B- continue9 ould have C- continue9 ill have D- continued9 ould have ./-  'r. #ones, . . . . . . . . . . I as or+ing for, as very generous about overtime payments. A- hom B- that C- ; D- $ll are correct .-  0I thin+ I’m going to miss my train.2  0Well, . . . . . . . . . . you to the station.2 A- I’m going to ta+e B- I ould ta+e C- I’ll ta+e D- I’m ta+ing .-  0. . . . . . . . . .2 in the sentence belo is not correct.When I3 have you been II35 I’ve been loo+ing III3 for you for hours I*3. A- III B- I C- I* D- II .%-  0?o often do you go to school52  0. . . . . . . . . .2 A- I go there by bus B- I don’t thin+ so. C- Every day e7cept !unday. D- I go there early. '0-  “$e last had his eyes tested ten months a%o.” is closest in meaning to 0. . . . . . . . . .2 A- ?e hasn’t tested his eyes for ten months. B- ?e had tested his eyes ten months before. C- ?e didn’t have any test on his eyes in ten months. D- $ll are correct. '1-  0. . . . . . . . . .2 in the sentence belo is not correct.#ulie failed I3 her driving test II3 because III3 she hasn’t practiced I*3 enough. A- I* B- III C- II D- I '.-  6ou ill become ill if you . . . . . . . . . . or+ing so hard. A- don’t stop B- on’t stop C- didn’t stop D- haven’t stopped  III. Read the following passage and choose the option (A, B, C or D) that best copletes each gap. M235     What +ind of music do you AA3 . . . . . . . . . .5 !ome people li+e going to A3 . . . . . . . . . .concerts, and listening to an orchestra. (he AD3 . . . . . . . . . . ear very formal clothes, and theaudience is silent until the end of the A3 . . . . . . . . . . %erhaps you’re a roc+ music AF3 . . . . . . . .. . oc+ concerts are often held AG3 . . . . . . . . . . football stadiums or in par+s in a craByatmosphere. Everyone shouts, dances to the music, or sings the songs. (raditional music is AH3 . .. . . . . . . . at eddings and parties in many countries. Noadays, e can easily 3 . . . . . . . . . .music, of all +inds, in shops, lifts or any other public places. 'any people even 13 . . . . . . . . . .their on music at home or 83 . . . . . . . . . . their on music ith them henever travelling.'usic is everyhere@ ''- A- en-oy B- have C- favorite D- listen '4- A- classics B- classic C- classified D- classical '&- A- actors B- instruments C- musicians D- composers '/- A- action B-  performance C- event D- music '- A- friend B- idol C- enthusiasm D- fan '- A- on B- at C- inside D- in '%- A-  played B- set C- formed D- acted 40- A-  perform B- understand C- listen D- hear  41- A- ta+e B- do C- get D- ma+e 4.- A- lift B- hold C- carry D-  play  I!. ic# out the word whose underlined part is pronounced differentl$ fro that of the others. 4'- A- ethnic B- theatre C- eather  D- south 44- A- animals B- casual C- disaster  D- design 4&- A- science B- variety C- capital D- delight 4/- A- folloed B- located C- scored D- orphaned !. ic# out the word that has the stress pattern different fro that of the others. 4- A- liberty B- audience C- tropical D-  protect 4- A- endangered B- diversity C- melody D- en-oyable 4%- A- gallery B- lyrical C- $rgentina D- necessary &0- A- communicate B- international C- achieve D- occasion  
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