Được biên soạn bám sát theo cấu trúc của đề thi Trung học phổ thông Quốc gia, đề ôn tập Unit 2 Tiếng Anh 11 dưới đây hi vọng sẽ giúp bạn củng cố kiến thức về các thì cũng như từ vựng thuộc chủ đề Personal Experiences
1. affect (v) [ə’fekt]:ảnh hưởng
2. appreciate (v) [ə’pri:∫ieit]: trân trọng
3. attitude (n) [‘ætitju:d]: thái độ
4. break out (v) [‘breikaut]: xảy ra bất thình lình
5. complain (v) [kəm’plein]: phàn nàn
+ complaint (n) [kəm’pleint]: lời phàn nàn
6. dollar note (n) [‘dɔlə nout]: tiền giấy đôla
7. embarrassing (a) [im’bærəsiη]: ngượng ngùng
8. embrace (v) [im’breis]: ôm
9. experience (n) [iks’piəriəns]:trải nghiệm
10. floppy (a) [‘flɔpi]: mềm
11. glance at (v) [glɑ:ns]: liếc nhìn
12. grow up (v) [grou]: lớn lên
13. make a fuss (v) [fʌs]: làm ầm ĩ
14. memorable (a) [‘memərəbl]: đáng nhớ
15. realise (v) [‘riəlaiz]: nhận ra
16. set off (v) [‘set’ɔ:f]: lên đường
17. sneaky (a) [‘sni:ki]: lén lút
18. terrified (a) [‘terifaid]: kinh hãi
19. thief (n) [θi:f]: tên trộm
20. turn away (v) [tə:n ə’wei]: quay đi, bỏ đi
21. unforgetable (a) [,ʌnfə’getəbl]: không thể quên
22. wad (n) [wɔd]: nắm tiền
23. wave (v) [weiv]: vẩy tay
24. shy (a) [∫ai]: mắc cỡ, bẽn lẽn
25. scream (v) [skri:m]: la hét
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Choose the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently to the others.
|1. a. grade||b. great||c. sneaky||d. embrace|
|2. a. money||b. notice||c. glance||d. ankle|
|3. a. imagine||b. glance||c. Geography||d. religion|
|4. a. looked||b. noticed||c. turned||d. helped|
|5. a. change||b. English||c. single||d. anger|
Choose the word that has main stress placed differently from the others.
1. a. appreciate b. experience c. embarrassing d. situationAnswer key
situation /ˌsɪtʃuˈeɪʃn/, còn lại nhấn âm 2
2. a. excited b. interested c. confident d. memorableAnswer key
a (excited nhấn âm 2, còn lại nhấn âm 1)
3. a. floppy b. embrace c. cotton d. idolAnswer key
b (embrace nhấn âm 2, còn lại nhấn âm 1)
4. a. complain b. destroy c. terrify d. imagineAnswer key
c (terrify nhấn âm 1, còn lại nhấn âm 2)
5. a. carefully b. correctly c. seriously d. personallyAnswer key
b (correctly nhấn âm 2 còn lại nhấn âm 1)
A. Choose the one word or phrase -a, b, c, or d – that best completes the sentences, or substitutes for the underlined word or phrase.
6. She glanced briefly ________ his lapel badge.
7. ________ my experience, very few people really understand the problem.
8. People here have a more relaxed attitude ________ their work.
9. The novel is based on his ________ in the war.
10. I don’t like that man. There is a sneaky look on his face.
11. She made a big ________ about not having a window seat on the plane
12. He has a very outgoing ________ and makes friends very easily.
13. He ________ to the spot where the house used to stand.
14. Teenagers often have their ________ who they admire very much.
15. I had a glance at the article, but I haven’t read it yet.
a. close look
b. quick look
c. direct look
d. furtive look
16. What made you more interested ________ learning English?
a. on b. in c. with d. to
17. He always complained ________ his mother about his work.
a. with b. to c. at d. for
18. A few people enjoyed the exhibition, but the majority were ________.
a. restrained b. admirable c. impartial d. disappointed
19. The girl was so ________ that she didn’t look at him in the face.
a. shy b. confident c. impatient d. sneaky
20. There is a growing tendency among singers to _____ some famous singers.
a. imitate b. follow c. reflect d. pursue
21. An only child often creates an ________ friend to play with.
a. imagery b. imaginable c. imaginary d. imaginative
22. I felt my face burning with ________.
a. confidence b. enthusiasm c. pleasure d. embarrassment
23. I believe that everyone has had ________ experiences in their life.
a. memorable b. observable c. acceptable d. reflexible
24. He rose from his chair and ________ her warmly.
a. protected b. replaced c. embraced d. appreciated
25. She showed her ________ by asking lots of trivial questions.
a. experience b. experienced c. inexperienced d. inexperience
1. Before he turned 14, Mozart ________ a few lesser piece for the piano.
a. has composed
b. had composed
c. was composed
d. would composed
2. He was busy________ his homework.
a. to do
c. for doing
d. that he was doing
3. Rarely________ succeed in ballet if they start after the age of 12
a. do children
b. children have
d. are children
4. Have something to eat before you________.
c. will leave
d. had left
5. ________ this holiday for ages.
a. We’re looking forward to
b. We looked forward to
c. We look forward to
d. We’ve looked forward to
6. ________ hard all year, so I felt that I deserved a holiday.
a. I work
b. I worked
c. I’d been working
d. I’ve worked
7. The traffic lights ________ green and I pulled away.
b. were turning
c. has turned
d. had turned
8. How fast________ when the accident happened?
a. are you driving
b. were you driving
c. did you drive
d. had you driven
9. Where________? Which hairdresser did you go to?
a. did you cut your hair
b. have you cut your hair
c. did you have cut your hair
d. did you have your hair cut
10. Fortunately, the hospital’s new air-conditioning system________ when the first heat wave of the summer arrived.
a. had installed
c. had been installed
d. had been installing
11. Not a word ________ since the exam started.
a. she wrote b. she had written c. had she written d. she has writtenAnswer key
12. Among the many valuable paintings in the gallery ________ a self-portrait by Picasso.
a. is b. are c. be d. wereAnswer key
13. My father isn’t interested in tennis and ________.
a. my brothers don’t either b. so aren’t my brothers
c. neither do my brothers d. neither are my brothersAnswer key
14. ‘Did you enjoy the picnic?’ ‘I was okay, but I’d rather ________ to a movie. ‘
a. go b. be going c. have gone d. wentAnswer key
15. Since ________ to a warmer and less humid climate, I’ve had no trouble with my asthma.
a. upon moving b. moving c. I move d. I movingAnswer key
16. He looked forward to ________ his first pay packet.
a. be receiving b. have received c. receiving d. receiveAnswer key
17. I’m sorry you’ve missed the train, it ________ five minutes ago.
a. had left b. left c. has left d. has been leftAnswer key
18. ________ you at the station if you’d told me you were coming today.
a. I’d meet b. I was met c. I met d. I’d have meAnswer key
19. It was ________ that everyone answered it correctly.
a. so a simple question b. such a simple question
c. too simple question d. a more simple questionAnswer key
20. The university ____ by private funds as well as by tuition income and grants.
a. is supported b. supports c. is supporting d. has supportedAnswer key
Choose the word or phrase – a, b, c, or d – that best fits the blank space in the following passage.
During the (1) ________ years, many young people can at times be difficult to talk to. They often seem to dislike being questioned. They may seem (2) _______ to talk about their work at school. This is a normal (3) _______ of this age. Though it can be very hard for parents to understand, it is part of becoming (4) ________ of teenagers trying to be adult while they are still growing up. Young people are usually unwilling to talk if they believe, that questions are trying to (5) ________ up on them
Parents should do their (6) _______ to talk to their son and daughter about school, work and future plans but should not (7) ________ them to talk if they don’t want to. Parents should also watch for danger signs. Some young people in trying to be adult may (8) ________ with sex, drugs, alcohol or smoking. Parents need to watch for any signs of (9) ________ behavior which may be connected with these and help if (10) ________.
1. a. early b. teenage c. childhood d. recentAnswer key
2. a. unworried b. unrestrained c. unexpected d. unwillingAnswer key
3. a. development. b. appearance c. circumstance d. achievementAnswer key
4. a. free b. confident c. dependent d. independentAnswer key
5. a. catch b. check c. keep d. makeAnswer key
6. a. well b. good c. better d. bestAnswer key
7. a. push b. allow c. put d. expectAnswer key
8. a. experiment b. approach c. experience d. attachAnswer key
9. a. unacceptable b. unusual c. normal d. exemplaryAnswer key
10.a. proper b. appropriate c. important d. necessaryAnswer key
Choose the underlined word or phrase- A, 8, C, or D-that needs correcting.
1. The governor (A) has not decided how (B) to deal with (C) the new problem already (D).Answer key
D: –> yet
2. Hardly he had (A) entered the office when he realized (B) that he had (C) forgotten (D) his office key.Answer key
A: –> hardly had he
3. There are (A) few areas of human (B) experience that have not been (C) writing (D) about.Answer key
D: –> written
4. I think (A) you will enjoy (B) the experience by taking (C) part in the show (D).Answer key
C: –> in taking
5. I find that (A) necessary to do (B) something about (C) traffic problems in our city (D).Answer key
A: –> find it
Read the passage carefully, then choose the correct answers.
Last year I went to Nepal for three months to work in a hospital. I think it’s important to see as much of a country as you can, but it is difficult to travel around Nepal. The hospital let me have a few days’ holiday, so I decided to go into the jungle and I asked a Nepalese guide, Kamal Rai, to go with me.
We started preparing for the trip at six in the morning, and left camp with two elephants carrying our equipment. It was hot but Kamal made me wear shoes and trousers to protect me from snakes. In the jungle there was a lot of wildlife, but we were trying to find big cats, especially tigers. We climbed onto the elephants’ backs to get better view, but it is unusual to find tigers in the afternoon because they sleep in the heat of the day.
Then, in the distance, we saw a tiger, and Kamal told me to be very quiet. We crept nearer and found a dead deer, still bleeding. This was the tiger’s lunch! Suddenly I started to feel very frightened.
We heard the tiger a second before we saw it. It jumped out like a flash of lightning, five hundred kilos plus and four meters long. I looked into its eyes and face, and saw right down the animal’s throat. It grabbed Kamal’s leg between its teeth, but I managed to pull Kamal away. One of our elephants ran at the tiger and made it go back into the grass, so we quickly escaped to let the tiger eat its lunch. That night it was impossible to sleep!
1. The writer went to Nepal ________.
a. for holiday b. for treatment
c. for business d. on tour
2. When having a few days off, he decided to go into ________.
a. the remote villages b. the mountains
c. the seaside d. the tropical forest
3. It’s difficult to find tigers in the afternoon because ________.
a. they usually sleep at this time of day
b. it’s so hot at this time
c. the elephants’ back wasn’t high enough to get view
d. tigers hardly hunt in the heat of the day
4. The writer started to feel frightened when ________.
a. he saw a tiger
b. he saw the tiger’s lunch
c. he scrept nearer
d. he found a deer
5. The tiger ________.
a. was like a flash of light
b. saw them a second before they saw it
c. jumped out very fast
d. jumped out of the grass at about four meters.
6. Which of the followings is not true according to the passage?
a. Tigers are members of the cat family.
b. The writer was made to wear shoes and trousers to protect him from the heat of the day.
c. Kamal narrowly escaped being killed.
d. It was such a terrible experience that the writer couldn’t sleep that night.
A. Choose the sentence -a, b, c or d – which is closest in meaning to the sentence above.
1. I couldn’t help laughing when he told me that story.
a. I couldn’t resist laughing when he told me that story.
b. I couldn’t help him tell that story.
c. I did not laugh when hearing that story.
d. The story he told me not help at all.
2. We think he was in London last year.
a. He was thought to be in London last year.
b. He was thought to have been in London last year.
c. He is thought to be in London last year.
d. He is thought to have been in London last year.
3. David seems really ill at case in front of all those people.
a. David feels uncomfortable in front of all those people.
b. David is easy to be ill because of all those people.
c. David is ill because he stands in front of all those people.
d. David fells comfortable in front of all those people.
4. She has cooked for dinner for two hours.
a. She didn’t start cooking for dinner until it was two.
b. She started cooking for dinner two hours ago.
c. She has two hours to cook for dinner.
d. Cooking for dinner took her two hours.
5. I travel by bus as a last resort.
a. I always travel by bus.
b. Traveling by bus is my favorite.
c. I resort to bus when I am the last to come.
d. I only travel by bus when there’re no other alternatives.
6. The plane had scarcely taken off when it crashed.
a. The plane took off and soon afterwards it crashed.
b. The plane hardly crashed after it took off.
c. When the plane was taking off, it crashed.
d. When the plane crashed, it hadn’t taken off yet
7. Never has any one spoken to me like that!
a. I never speak that way.
b. Some people always speak to me that way.
c. Everyone speaks to me that way.
d. No one speaks to me that way.
8. It’s a long time since I saw a movie.
a. I spent a long time looking for a movie to see.
b. I have seen some movies so far.
c. I haven’t seen movie for a long time.
d. I saw a movie that took very long time.
9. He now goes to work on his bicycle instead of by car.
a. He still goes to work by car but more often on his bicycle.
b. He has stopped driving to work and goes by bicycle.
c. He has never gone to work in his car but always on his bicycle.
d. Since he bought the car, he has never used the bicycle to go to work.
10. I find myself at a loss to understand Harold’s behavior.
a. I lost contact with Harold, so I couldn’t understand him well.
b. I have to lose a lot to understand Harold’s behavior.
c. I completely understand Harold’s behavior.
d. I find Harold’s behavior quite incomprehensible.
B. Choose one option that best fits each of the following sentences.
11. The cyclist ________ he crossed the main street.
a. looked with caution after
b. had looked cautiously before
c. was looked cautious when
d. has looked cautiously while
12. Nowhere in the northern section of the United States ________ for growing citrus crops.
a. the climate is suitable
b. where the climate is suitable
c. is the climate suitable
d. is there suitability of the climate
13. ________ is a belief generally held by people who live in colder climates.
a. That weather affects a person’s mood
b. Weather affects a person’s mood
c. A person’s mood is affected by weather
d. Although a person’s mood is, affected by weather
14. ________ he began to make friends more easily.
a. Having entered his new school, it was found that
b. After entering the new school
c. When he had been entering the new school.
d. Upon entering into the new school.