Đề cương ôn tập học kì 2 môn Tiếng Anh Lớp 12 (Sách thí điểm)

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  1. ĐỀ CƯƠNG ÔN TẬP HỌC KÌ 2 MÔN TIẾNG LỚP 12-SÁCH THÍ ĐIỂM I. PRONUNCIATION 1. Sound I. Find the word which has a different sound in the part underlined. 1. A. advertisement B. applicant C. candidate D. management 2. A. relevant B. energetic C. enthusiastic D. engineer 3. A. tertiary B. trustworthy C. tempting D. shortlist 4. A. pension B. commission C. passion D. decision 5. A. chooses B. clothes C. encourages D. boxes 6. A. motivation B. initiative C. optional D. restricted 2. Stress 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. 1. A. career B. activate C. applicant D. hacker 2. A. ambition B. automated C. implant D. probation 3. A. rewarding B. fascinating C. tedious D. challenging 4. A. prospect B. reference C. promoted D. interview 5. A. advertisement B. probation C. competitive D. relevant 6. A. encourage B. interview C. graduate D. organize II. VOCABULARY Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the following questions. 1. Vocabulary 1. Finally, Amy decided to quit her job as she couldn't stand doing the same things days in days out. It's so monotonous! A. easy B. low-paid C. tedious D. secure 2. Whatever your decision, bear in mind that most people change ___ paths up to five times during their lifetime. A. occupation B. career C. job D. vocation 3. Internet search engines can help to predict the weather as well as traffic jams in a city. A. announce B. expect C. forecast D. reveal 4. We hope this guide helps you to ___ a desirable career path after high school. A. pursued B. pursue C. pursuit D. pursuant. 5. The purpose of running a business is to make a ___. A. service B. profit C. money D. contribution 6. The ___ for this position starts at thirty thousand euros per year. A. wage B. payment C. salary D. tip 7. I registered with some online employment agencies, and they found a vacancy almost immediately. A. work B. an available job C. career D. place 8. Jacob was made redundant last month due to his company's downsizing policy. He's on a short-term contract with a medium-sized company at the moment. A. permanent B. temporary C. part-time D. full-time 9. She was ___ after three years with the company. A. advanced B. raised C. elevated D. promoted 10. It's wise to think about choosing a ___ before leaving school. A. business B. career C. living D. profession I think that doing 11. medical research would be really ___ because this job would save people's lives. A. challenging B. tiresome C. rewarding D. monotonous 12. I am writing in ___ to your advertisement on Vietnamework.com for the post of a personal assistant. A. connection B. association C. relation D . response 13. As a university student you are expected to take responsibility for your on learning and be ___. A. self-aware B. self-centered C. self-absorbed D. self-directed 14. Today's online world is full of opportunities for all of us to ___ our own learning path. A. discover B. determine C. control D. influence 2. Prepositions
  2. 4. We all hope that the dispute ___ by the end of the month. A. was going to solve B. will have been solved C. had been solved D. is supposed to solve Past Perfect 1. By the time you came home, I ___ the decorating. A. had finished B. will have finished C. are finishing D. finished 2. Jennifer asked me where ___ the week before. A. had I gone B. did I go C. I had gone D. was I going 3. I wouldn't have resat the exam if I ___ harder. A. study B. studied C. had studied D. would have studied 4. I'm sure your parents would have been happier if you ___ harder before that important exam. A. work B. worked C. have worked D. had worked 3. Reported Speech with To – inf. 1. The boss ___ because he was always behind the deadlines. A. threatened to dismiss him B. suggested him to dismiss C. threatened him to dismiss D. promised him to dismiss 2. The old man warned the young boys ___ in the deep river. A. to swim B. not to swim C. don't swim D. against not swimming 3. He asked ___ him some money. A. her to lend B. her lending C. she has lent D. she lends 4. The teacher told his students ___ laughing. A. would stop B. to stop C. stop D. stopped 4. Double comparatives 1. Life in cities are getting ___. A. most noisy B. noisy most C. the noisiest D. noisier and noisier 2. The more I tried my best to help her, ___she became. A. less lazy B. the lazier C. the more lazy D. lazier 3. ___ we finish the project, ___ we can start the next one. A. The soonest/ the sooner B. The sooner/ the most soon C. The sooner/ the sooner D. The soonest/ the soonest 4. ___ I forget, ___ I know. A. The more/ the less B. The more/ the little C. The many/ the less D. The many/ the little 5.The more a car costs, ___ it goes. A. faster B. the faster C. the more fast D. the more faster 6. The younger you are, ___ it is to learn. A. easier B. you are easier C. the easier D. the easy 5. Mixed conditionals of type 2 & type 3 1. If you the homework yesterday, you bonus today. A. Had done/would get B. had done/would have got C. done/would get D. does/will get 2. If you had done all your homework last night, you games right now. A. Will play B. can play C. would have played D. could play. 3. If we .that ticket yesterday, we would have a lot of money now. A. Will buy B. bought C. had bought D. buy 4. If you had saved some money, you ___ so hard up now. A. aren't B. won't C. wouldn't be D. wouldn't have been IV. COMMUNICATION 1. Mary and Gary are at a pet shop. - Mary: “Oh! What a beautiful cat. What do you think? - Gary: “I think ___. Dogs are more loyal than cats.” A. I’d rather get a dogB. we should buy it C. it’s cute D. all cats are beautiful 2. Bella is talking to her flatmate. - Bella: “I’m going to the supermarket. Can I get you anything?” - Bella’s flatmate: “___. I need some bread.” A. No thanks B. Yes, please C. I can’t eat anything now D. No I don’t need anything 3. Tom and Linda are talking about jobs they would like to choose.
  3. A. She will have examined her dog. B. She will have a veterinary surgeon examine her dog. C. She will get a veterinary surgeon examined her dog. D. She will get her dog to be examined. 2. My mother is going to have John wash her car. A. My mother was going to have her car washed by John B. My mother is going to get John wash her car. C. My mother is going to get her car washed by John. D. My mother was going to get her car washed by John. 3. Last month, the optician checked Mr Brown’s eyes. A. Last month, Mr Brown got the optician checked his eyes. B. Last month, Mr Brown had his eyes check by the optician. C. Last month, Mr Brown got the optician to check his eyes. D. Last month, Mr Brown had the optician to checked his eyes. 4. She had someone translate the document into Vietnamese two days ago. A. She had the document translate into Vietnamese two days ago. B. She had the document translated into Vietnamese two days ago. C. She had the document be translated into Vietnamese two days ago. D. She had had the document translated into Vietnamese two days ago. 4. Conditionals ( type 3/ Mixed conditionals of type 2 & type 3) 1. My dad has kept educating himself continuously, so he is a really successful man now A. If my dad hadn't kept educating himself continuously, he wouldn't be a really successful man now B. My dad hasn't kept educating himself continuously, so he isn't really successful. C. My dad is a really successful man now, but he hasn't kept educating himself continuously. D. Although my dad hasn't kept educating himself continuously, he is a really successful man now. 2. I stayed up late last night, so I’m so tired now. A. If I didn’t stayed up late last night, I wouldn’t be so tired now. B. If I had stayed up late last night, I wouldn’t be so tired now. C. If I hadn’t stayed up late last night, I would be so tired now. D. If I hadn’t stayed up late last night, I wouldn’t be so tired now. 3. It rained yesterday so I don’t go to school today. A. If It hadn’t rained yesterday, I wouldn’t go to school today. B. If It didn’t rain yesterday, I would go to school today. C. If It rained yesterday, I wouldn’t go to school today. D. If It hadn’t rained yesterday, I would have gone to school today. 4. If I had known the reason why she was absent from class, I would have told you. A. I knew the reason why she was absent from class, but I didn't tell you. B. Unless I knew the reason why she was absent from class, I wouldn't tell you. C. I didn't know the reason why she was absent from class, so I didn't tell you. D. Although I knew the reason why she was absent from class, I didn't tell you. VI. READING 1.Read the following passage and choose the letter A, B, C or D to indicate the correct word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks The invention of the mobile phone has undoubtedly revolutionized the way people communicate and influenced every aspect of our lives. The issue is whether this technological innovation has (1) ___ more harm than good. In order to answer the question, we must first turn to the types of consumers. Presumably, most parents (2) ___ are always worrying about their children’s safety buy mobile phones for them to track their whereabouts. We can also assume that most teenagers want mobile phones to avoid missing out on social contact. In this context, the advantages are clear. However, we cannot deny the fact that text messages have been used by bullies to intimidate fellow students. There is also (3) ___ evidence that texting has affected literacy skills. The widespread use of mobile phone has, out of question, affected adult consumers too. What employee, on the way home from work, would be reluctant to answer a call from their boss? Apparently, only 18% of us, (4) ___. a survey, are willing to switch off our mobile phones once we've left the office. Admittedly, mobile phones can be intrusive but there are obvious benefits to possessing one. Personally speaking, they are invaluable when it comes to making social or business arrangements at short (5) ___. They also provide their owners with a sense of security in emergency situations. Question 1: A. done B. played C. made D. brought
  4. 1 Which title would be the most suitable for this article? A. French Families Love America B. Student Tina Davis Lives in France C. Walling School Website Posts Student Essays D. Walling School Students Stay Abroad in France 2. According to the passage, which of the following is TRUE? A. Students from Walling School are now staying in the USA. B. These students are immigrants from the USA. C. Walling School students are now staying with French families. D. Walling School students are applying for jobs in France. 3. In paragraph 2, the word vowed is closest in meaning to ___. A. promised B. saved C. received D. changed 4. Based on the passage, what does Mrs. Smith probably think about the French language? A. It is more beautiful than Spanish. B. It is very important for international communication. C. It's best to learn it from a French family in France. D. It is something each and every student needs to know. 5. According to the passage, how will the students conclude their stay? A. They will take a French exam. B. They will have a party together. C. They will visit Paris together. D. They will stay in hostel together. 5. Read the following passage and mark the letter A, B, C or D on your answer sheet to indicate the correct answer to each of the questions. Although I left university with a good degree, I suddenly found that it was actually quite hard to find a job. After being unemployed for a few months, I realized I had to take the first thing that came along or I'd be in serious financial difficulties. And so, for six very long months, I became a market research telephone interviewer. I knew it wasn't the best company in the world when they told me that I'd have to undergo three days of training before starting work, and that I wouldn't get paid for any of it. Still, I knew that the hourly rate when I actually did start full time would be a lot better than unemployment benefit, and I could work up to twelve hours a day, seven days a week if I wanted. So, I thought of the money I'd earn and put up with three days of unpaid training. Whatever those three days taught me - and I can't really remember anything about them today - I wasn't prepared for the way I would be treated by the supervisors. It was worse than being at school. There were about twenty interviewers like myself, each sitting in a small, dark booth with an ancient computer and a dirty telephone. The booths were around the walls of the fifth floor of a concrete office block, and the supervisors sat in the middle of the room, listening in to all of our telephone interviews. We weren't allowed to talk to each other, and if we took more than about two seconds from ending one phone call and starting another, they would shout at us to hurry up and get on with our jobs. We even had to ask for permission to go to the toilet. I was amazed how slowly the day went. Our first break of the day came at eleven o'clock, two hours after we started. I'll always remember that feeling of despair when I would look at my watch thinking, 'It's must be nearly time for the break', only to find that it was quarter to ten and that there was another hour and a quarter to go. My next thought was always, 'I can't believe I'm going to be here until nine o'clock tonight.' The most frightening aspect of the job was that I was actually quite good at it. 'Oh, no!' I thought. ‘Maybe I'm destined to be a market researcher for the rest of my life.' My boss certainly seemed to think so. One day - during a break, of course - she ordered me into her office. 'Simon,' she said, 'I'm promoting you. From tomorrow, you're off telecoms and onto credit card complaints. I'm sure you can handle it. There's no extra pay, but it is a very responsible position.' Three weeks later, I quit. It was one of the best decisions I've ever made. 1. Why did the writer become a market research telephone interviewer? A. He had completely run out of money. B. He had the right university degree for the job. C. It was the first job he was offered. D. He knew it was only for six months. 2. The writer had doubts about the company when ___. A. they only offered him three days of training B. they told him he wouldn't receive payment for his training C. they told him he had to be trained first D. he was told what the hourly rate would be 3. His workplace could be best described as ___.