Đề Kiểm Tra Học Kì 1 Tiếng Anh 10 Có Đáp Án
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Đề Kiểm Tra Học Kì 1 Tiếng Anh 10 Trắc Nghiệm
Read the passage and choose the best answer
FOOD AROUND THE WORLD
It isn’t amazing how much time we spend talking about food? “Have you ever eaten …?”, “What do you have for lunch?” and so on. And yet, when you travel from one county to another, you find that people have quite different feelings about food. People often feel that what they eat is normal, and what other people eat is strange and silly. In most parts of Asia, for example, no meal is complete without rice. In England, people eat potatoes every day. In the Middle East, bread is the main part of every meal. Eating becomes a habit which is difficult to change. Americans like to drink a lot of orange juice and coffee. The English drink tea four or five times a day. Australians drink large amounts of beer and the French drink wine every day.
The sorts of meat people like to eat also differ from one country to another. Horse meat is thought to be delicious in France. In Hong Kong, some people enjoy eating snakes. New Zealanders eat sheep, but never eat goat meat. The Japanese don’t like to eat sheep meat because of its smell, but they enjoy eating raw fish. So it seems that although eating is a topic that we can talk about for hours, there is a little common sense in what we say about it. People everywhere enjoy what they have always eaten, and there is very little we can do to change our eating habit.
Câu 1: What is the main idea of the text?
A. People have the same feelings about food.
B. People think about food differently.
C. People think that no meal is perfect without rice.
D. People are interested in fruits.
Câu 2: According to the writer, where is bread the main food?
A. In Asia
B. In Japan
C. In Middle East
D. In Australia
Câu 3: Which of these people drink wine every day?
D. The French
Câu 4: Why are the Japanese not interested in sheep meat?
A. They don’t like its smell.
B. It tastes bad.
C. Horse meat and goat meat are popular.
D. All are correct
Câu 5: In which country do people often drink beer?
Câu 6: Which is popular food in Japan?
B. Horse meat
C. Goat meat
Câu 7: How does the writer conclude about our eating habit?
A. Our eating habit is difficult to change.
B. People everywhere enjoy eating new food.
C. We can change our eating habit easily.
D. All are correct.
Choose A, B, C, or D that best completes each unfinished sentence
Câu 8: People tend to live in ………… family which consist of parents and children.
Who ………………….?” “……………….. to get through to Misaki”
A. do you phone/ I’m trying
B. are you phoning/ I try
C. are you phoning/ I’m trying
D. do you phone/ / I try
Câu 10: I ……………….one of my special desserts for dinner, if you like.
B. am going to make
C. will make
D. am making
Câu 11: The next train to Dublin …………. at 4:45. (station announcement)
A. will leave
B. is leaving
C. is going to leave
Câu 12: Mark is _________ with the volunteer work in this charity organization. He is not very ________ about getting a paid job next time.
A. disappointed/ hopeful
B. disappointed/ hopeless
C. disappointing/ hopefulness
D. disappointing/ hopes
Câu 13: It is__________that controls all the organs in the body.
Câu 14: __________ takes place when the female provides the main source of income for the family.
A. Breadwinner Mom
B. Breadwinner Dad
D. Breadwinner male
Câu 15: The ____________ system is to process the nutrients absorbed from the small intestine.
Câu 16:Students should have their eyes ____________ regularly.
B. to test
Câu 17: _______ of your brothers and sisters do you feel closer to?
Câu 18: We met in an ancient building, ______ underground room had been converted into a chapel.
Câu 19: I’m going to meet a woman with _______ I used to study.
Câu 20: _______ are they doing that for? Please tell me.
Câu 21: My older sister was just getting into the kitchen _______ the receiver rang.
Câu 22:There is no reason _______ they shouldn’t be free.
Câu 23:Her uncle lived in Barcelona for several years, _______ he taught Spanish.
Read the following passage carefully, and then select the best option A, B, C or D to complete it
Special Education, specially designed instruction to (24) _______ the unique needs and abilities of disabled or gifted children. Disabled children have conditions (25) _______ adversely affect their progress in conventional education programs. Gifted children, who demonstrate high capacity in intellectual, (26) _______, or artistic areas, may also fare poorly in regular education programs. Special education services can help both disabled and (27) _______ children make progress in education programs. Most children served by special education programs are (28) _______ the ages of 6 and 17.
In the United States, federal law requires states to identify and serve all children (29) _______ disabilities. Public education and health officials in the United States identified approximately 5.4 million infants, toddlers, (30) _______, and youth as disabled in 1994. That same year, the U.S. Department of Education reported that 12.2 percent of all children (31) _______ the age of 21 received some form of special education. The most frequently reported disabilities are speech or language impairments; mental retardation and (32) _______ developmental disorders; serious emotional disturbance; and specific learning disorders, (33) _______ memory disorders. Other disabilities include hearing, visual, or orthopedic impairments; autism; (34) _______ traumatic brain injury. An increasing number of children in the United States are identified as having attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and (35) _______ special education services.
Many schools in the United States provide special education services (36) _______ gifted children, although federal law does not mandate these services. Gifted children demonstrate (37) _______ high abilities in intellectual, creative, academic, leadership, or artistic areas. Estimates of the gifted (38) _______ in the United States range from 3 to 15 percent of all schoolchildren.
Câu 24: A. meet B. see C. have D. find
Câu 25: A. what B. that C. whom D. this
Câu 26: A. create B. creation C. creative D. creature
Câu 27: A. poor B. rich C. learned D. gifted
Câu 28: A. among B. between C. in D. inside
Câu 29: A. with B. by C. for D. of
Câu 30: A. men B. women C. children D. adults
Câu 31: A. at B. on C. to D. over
Câu 32: A. another B. other C. each other D. together
Câu 33: A. as B. like C. for instance D. such as
Câu 34: A. and B. but C. or D. so
Câu 35: A. have B. give C. throw D. receive
Câu 36: A. for B. with C. by D. to
Câu 37: A. except B. exception C. exceptional D. exceptionally
Câu 38: A. people B. peoples C. population D. communities
Câu 39: Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others in each group
A. education B. specialty C. opposition D. demonstration
Câu 40: Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others in each group: special, mental, fourteen, within
A. special B. mental C. fourteen D. quickly
Read the following passage and do the tasks below
The traditional American family
The nuclear family, consisting of a mother, father, and their children, may be more an American ideal than an American reality. Of course, the so called traditional American family was always more varied than we had been led to believe, reflecting the very different racial, ethnic, class, and religious customs among different American groups, but today diversity is even more obvious.
The most recent government census statistics reveal that only about one third of all current American families fits the traditional mold of two parents and their children, and another third consists of married couples who either have no children or have none still living at home. An analysis of the remaining one third of the population reveals that about 20 percent of the total number of American households are single people, the most common descriptor being women over sixty-five years of age. A small percentage, about 3 percent of the total, consists of unmarried people who choose to live together; the rest, about 7 percent, are single parents, with at least one child.
There are several easily identifiable reasons for the growing number of single-parent households. First, the sociological phenomenon of single-parent households reflects changes in cultural attitudes toward divorce and also toward unmarried mothers. A substantial number of adults become single parents as a result of divorce. In addition, the number of children born to unmarried women who choose to keep their children and rear them by themselves has increased dramatically. Finally, there is a small percentage of single-parent families that have resulted from untimely death. Today, these varied family types are typical and, therefore, normal.
In addition, because many families live far from relatives, close friends have become a more important part of family life than ever before. The vast majority of Americans claim that they have people in their lives whom they regard as family although they are not related. A view of family that only accepts the traditional nuclear arrangement not only ignores the reality of modern American family life, but also undervalues the familial bonds created in alternatives family arrangements. Apparently, many Americans are achieving supportive relationships in family forms other than the traditional one.
Câu 1: Which of the following is the main topic of the passage?
A. The traditional American family
B. The nuclear family
C. The current American family
D. The ideal family
Câu 2: The word “current” in paragraph 2 could best be replaced by which of the following?
Câu 3: The word none in paragraph 2 refers to ………………
Câu 4: How many single people were identified in the survey?
A. One third of the total surveyed
B. One fourth of the total surveyed
C. One fifth of the total surveyed
D. Less than one tenth of the total surveyed
Câu 5: Who generally constitutes a one-person household?
A. A single man in his twenties
B. An elderly manC.
A single woman in her late sixties
D. A divorced woman
Câu 6: The word undervalues in paragraph 4 is closest in meaning to ………………..
A. does not understand
B. does not include
C. does not know about
D. does not appreciate
Câu 7: The passage discusses all of the following reasons for an increase in single-parent households EXCEPT?
A. a rising divorce rate
B. death of one of the parents
C. increased interest in parenting by fathers
D. babies born to single women
Câu 8: With which of the following statements would the author most probably agree?
A. There have always been a wide variety of family arrangements in the United States
B. Racial, ethnic, and religious groups have preserved the traditional family structure
C. The ideal American family is the best structure
D. Fewer married couples are having children
Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage
The Buddha of the Poor
More than 26,000 children now have bright (09)…………………..faces after receiving free operations. About 173,000 poor people received free treatment to regain their vision, and nearly 3,400 deaf children were given hearing aids. These are part of the (10)………………………..of the Ho Chi Minh Association for Support of Poor Patients, launched and run by Mr. Nguyen Vinh Nghiep. Mr Nghiep, the former Chairman of the People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City, retired in 1992, and (11)……………………his Association two years later. Together with his former colleagues, Mr Nghiep has (12)……………………… billions of VND from individual (13)……………….and organizations to support more than a million poor people nationwide through seven major (14)………………….programmes, such as “ For the children’s smile”, “Bringing light to poor blind people from birth”., “ Sound and Vouce for Deaf and Dumb Children”, : Wheelchairs for people with disabilities and paralysed children”.
The “ Free meals for patients and their relatives” programme has offered over 2.6 million free meals to poor people in 10 hospitals. Mr Nghiep said, “Helping one person to gain their (15)………means bringing happiness to him or herself, freeing two or three more people from (16)………………of the patient, and more importantly, building (17)…………………..for poor patients in society.”
In 2002, Mr Nghiep, (18)……………. “The Buddha of the Poor”, was given the national title of Labor Hero in the Reneval Process, and his Association received the title in 2005.
(09) A. smile B. smiles C. smiling D. smiley
(10) A. acts B. acting C. actions D. activities
(11) A. established B. set C. put up D. opened
(12) A. raised B. got C. risen D. requested
(13) A. donating B. donors C. donations D. charities
(14) A. human B. humanity C. humanities D. humanitarian
(15) A. eyes B. eyesight C. views D. ability
(16) A. looking after B. dealing with C. taking care D. taking place
(17) A. trust B. hope C. future D. dream
(18) A. knowing B. known as C. regarding as D. regarding
Choose the letter A, B, C or D to complete the sentences with given words
Câu 19: I/ not/ think/ women’s/ natural roles/ be/ care-givers/ housewives
A. I not think that women’s natural roles are care-givers and housewives.
B. I not think that women’s natural roles is care-givers and housewives.
C. I don’t think that women’s natural roles is care-givers and housewives.
D. I don’t think that women’s natural roles are care-givers and housewives.
Câu 20: Women/ be/ hard-working/ than/ men/ although/ they/ be/ physically weaker.
A. Women are more hard-working than men although they are physically weaker.
B. Women are more hard-working than men because they are physically weaker.
C. Women are hard-working than men because they are physically weaker.
D. Women are hard-working than men although they are physically weaker.
Câu 21: Men/ should/ share/ housework/ tasks/ wives.
A. Men should to share housework tasks with wives.
B. Men should share housework tasks to their wives.
C. Men should share housework tasks to wives.
D. Men should share housework tasks with their wives.
Câu 22: Women/ usually/ get/ less/ pay/ men/ for/ do/ same job.
A. Women usually get less pay than men for do the same job.
B. Women usually get less pay than men for doing the same job.
C. Women usually get less pay than men for doing same job.
D. Women usually get less pay as men for doing the same job.
Câu 23: We/ promote/ strategies/ prevent/ violence/ discrimination/ against/ girls, boys and women.
A. We promote strategies prevent violence and discrimination against girls, boys and women.
B. We promote strategies to prevent violence and discrimination against girls, boys and women.
C. We promote strategies to preventing violence and discrimination against girls, boys and women.
D. We promote strategies preventing violence and discrimination against girls, boys and women.
Each sentence has a mistake. Find it by choosing the letter A, B, C or D
Câu 24: Find the mistake: The weather seems being changeable at this time of year.
Câu 25: Find the mistake: The students slept sound after the long trip.
Câu 26: Find the mistake: We recently studied rock formations but many of us have never been inside a cave.
A. recently studied
Câu 27: Find the mistake: Do you know somewhere for us spending the night?
C. for us
Câu 28: Find the mistake: While we were in Paris, we did a bit of sight-see.
Câu 29: Choose the word whose stress is placed differently from that of the others
Choose the word whose stress is placed differently from that of the others: interact, understand, volunteer, contribute
A. interact B. understand C. volunteer D. contribute
Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others
Câu 31: A. donation B. charity C. attachment D. character
Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others: environment, achievement, overspent, movement
Câu 32: A. environment B. achievement C. overspent D. movement
Choose the best option to complete the following sentences
Câu 33: Tom often watches TV after his parents ………….. to bed.
A. had gone
B. have gone
Câu 34: Up to now, the discount …………….. to children under ten years old.
A. has only been applied
B. only applies
C. was only applied
D. only applied
Câu 35: I can’t believe that you ……………. all the exercises. You just started five minutes ago.
A. have finished
B. have been finishing
D. are finishing
Câu 36:We think they ……………. all that is necessary.
A. have done
C. had done
D. would do
Câu 37: “Where’s Tony?” “He …………….to the travel agent’s, and he hasn’t come back.”
A. has been
B. has been going
C. has gone
D. had gone
Câu 38: Last year, my class _______ to teach the children in a remote area.
Câu 39: Linh often ______ at the market near her house.
A. cleans the house
B. shops for grocery
C. does the cooking
D. feeds the cat
– Jenny: “Thank you very much for your donation, Mr. Robinson.”
– Mr. Robinson: “____________”
A. Delighted I was able to help.
B. I see.
C. You are right.
D. You can say that again.
Đề Kiểm Tra Học Kì 1 Tiếng Anh 10 Có Đáp Án
Choose the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation in each of the following questions.
1. A. breadwinner B. heavy C. break D. bread
2. A. skeleton B. nerve C. preparation D. intestine
3. A. fortunate B. considerate C. nominate D. passionate
4. A. movement B. president C. extent D. instrument
Choose the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions.
5. A. alternative B. acupuncture C. culturally D. respiratory
6. A. stimulate B. evidence C. pyramid D. digestive
7. A. advantage B. minority C. cooperate D. education
8. A. effective B. difficult C. mountainous D. organize
Vocabulary and grammar
Choose the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions.
9. In my family, we ______ the chores equally.
A. have B. make C. split D. help
10. My mother ______ responsibility for doing the housework.
A. holds B. takes C. runs D. makes
11. A ______ is a person who manages the home and often raises children instead of earning money from a job.
A. homemaker B. teacher C. breadwinner D. worker
12. ______ is the controller of the body. Led by the brain and nerves, it allows us to move, talk and feel emotions.
A. Circulatory system B. Digestive system
C. Nervous system D. Skeletal system
13. This house ______ in 1990.
A. built B. was built C. is built D. was building
14. In Singapore today, people tend to live in ______ families which consist of parents and children.
A. extended B. sole C. crowded D. nuclear
15. Every day I ______ up at 6 o’clock, ______ breakfast at 6. 30 and ______ for work at 7.30.
A. get / eat / leave B. have got / eating / leaving
C. got / ate / left D. will get / have eaten / left
16. It is equal to share the household ______ in a family. Husbands should help wives with housework.
A. homework B. chores C. appliances D. meals
17. In my family, every member ______ to the household duties.
A. splits B. contributes C. prepares D. creates
18. Women tend to ______ longer than men. They are likely to have longer life _______.
A. live/ expectation B. living/ expectation
C. live/ expectancy D. living/ expectancy
19. ______ psychologists, most people don’t realize the enormous benefits that come to a family when a husband and children share the housework.
A. On behalf of B. Thanks to C. Apart from D. According to
20. The exercise is very difficult, ______ none of us can do it.
A. and B. but C. so D. because
Choose the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the underlined part that needs correcting.
21. Look (A) at those black (B) clouds! It (C) is going to (D) raining.
22. Acupuncture is (A) one of the (B) oldest medical (C) treatment (D) in the world.
23. Her fans admit (A) that her (B) voice is beautiful, (C) and her (D) performance is not good.
24. (A) A tablet PC (B) is used for surfing the web, sending emails, making phone (C) calls and (D) listen to music.
25. It (A) takes them two (B) hours (C) travelling to Hanoi (D) by car.
Reading: Choose the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks.
Taylor Swift is a country music star. She was born on December 13,1989. She was born in Pennsylvania, USA. She is a singer and a (26) ______. Her music is a mix (27) _____ country music and pop. She started playing the guitar when she was 10 years old. She writes songs and sings. When she was 11 years old, she (28) ______ to Nashville. In 2006, at the age of 16, she (29) _____ her first album. Fans love her music and her (30) ______ too. She is a fantastic musician and she is very beautiful and intelligent too. Taylor Swift is fantastic!
26. A. music B. composer C. musical D. compose
27. A. of B. in C. for D. with
28. A. moves B. have moved C. moved D. was moving
29. A. released B. discharged C. escaped D. throw away
30. A. person B. personal C. personalize D. personality
Read the passage below and choose the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the correct answer to each question.
All creatures need to eat something in order to survive. Fortunately, different species of animals have different things that they eat as food. No matter what a creature eats, the food must have enough calories in it to maintain life. Calories, or the energy stored in the food, provide the fuel animals, including humans, need in order to live and move about in the world. Any creature that does not consume enough food, or in other words enough calories, will starve and die.
The term calorie has a scientific meaning. Calorie is a measure of an amount of energy just like pound is a measure of weight. A calorie is officially defined as the amount of energy it takes to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 degree Celsius, which is 1. 8 degrees Fahrenheit. The term “calorie” and “Calorie” with a capital C have two different meanings to scientists. The term Calorie (with a capital C) means one kilocalorie, the amount of energy required to raise the temperature of one kilogram of water by one degree Celsius. A kilogram is the same as 1,000 grams and a kilocalorie is 1,000 calories. Food calories are always measured as Calories but average people don’t care much about the difference and just use the word calories.
Food is composed of proteins, fats and carbohydrates. Nutritionists know that a gram of protein contains 4 Calories, a gram of fat has 9 Calories, and a gram of carbohydrate has 4 Calories.
All food contain calories. When we eat something it provides energy for our bodies to use when we are active. We even need energy or calories while we are sleeping because, for example, our bodies are still breathing, our heart is pumping, and we continue to digest the food in our stomachs. If a person eats more food and more calories than is used up by activity, the body stores the excess calories in case it might need it later when food might not be available. So a person gains weight due to the extra food and calories. Similarity, if a person consumes fewer calories than are used every day over several weeks and is more active, that person will lose weight.
31. Calorie is a measure of _______.
A. weight B. distance C. energy D. volume
32. Animals that do not consume enough calories over a long time ______.
A. can lose weight B. can starve
C. can maintain life D. can have a healthy life
33. Humans use calories when _______.
A. running B. studying
C. sleeping D. A, B and C are correct
34. People gain weight from _______.
A. eating more food and calories than they use up
B. eating fewer food and calories than they use up
C. eating a lot of fat food
D. eating a lot of food and calories when they are active
35. All the following statements are true EXCEPT ______.
A. Eating foods that contains lots of fat cause a person to gain weight faster than eating protein
B. People normally pay less attention to the difference between “calorie” and “Calorie”
C. People who are more active, like playing sports or exercising, eat fewer calories
D. People still consume energy while they are sleeping.
Writing: Finish each of the following sentences in such a way that it means the same as the original sentence.
36. We don’t clean our rooms.
=> Our rooms ____________________________________________
37. He gave her a watch on her birthday.
=> She _________________________________________________
38. The nervous system controls all actions and feelings of the body.
=> All actions ___________________________________________
39. I need to repair the roof.
=> The roof needs ________________________________________
40. He is likely to arrive late again.
=> He will ______________________________________________
|1. C||2. B||3. C||4. C||5.||6. D||7. D|
|8. A||9. C||10. B||11. A||12. C||13. B||14. D|
|15. A||16. B||17. B||18. C||19. D||20. C||21. C|
|22. C||23. C||24. D||25. C||26. B||27. A||28. C|
|29. A||30. D||31. C||32. B||33. D||34. A||35. C|
Question 36. aren’t cleaned
Question 37. was given a watch on her birthday.
Question 38. and feelings of the body are controlled by the nervous system.
Question 39. repairing/ to be repaired.
Question 40. arrive late again
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