Được biên soạn bám sát theo cấu trúc của đề thi Trung học phổ thông Quốc gia, đề ôn tập Unit 3 Tiếng Anh 11 dưới đây hi vọng sẽ giúp bạn củng cố kiến thức về cấu trúc infinitive with to, V-ing ở thể bị động và từ vựng thuộc chủ đề A Party
1. accidentally (adv) [,æksi’dentəli]: tình cờ
2. blow out (v) [‘blou’aut]: thổi tắt
3. budget (n) [‘bʌdʒit]: ngân sách
4. candle (n) [‘kændl]: đèn cầy, nến
5. celebrate (v) [‘selibret]: tổ chức, làm lễ kỷ niệm
6. clap (v)[klæp] vỗ tay
7. count on (v) [kaunt]: trông chờ vào
8. decorate (v) [‘dekəreit]: trang trí
+ decoration (n) [,dekə’rei∫n]: sự/đồ trang trí
9. diamond anniversary (n) (diamond wedding= diamond jubilee) [‘daiəmənd æni’və:səri] [‘wediη] [‘dʒu:bili:]: lễ kỷ niệm đám cưới kim cương (60 năm)
10. financial (a) [fai’næn∫l; fi’næn∫l]: (thuộc) tài chính
11. flight (n) [flait]: chuyến bay
12. forgive (v) [fə’giv]: tha thứ
13. get into trouble (exp) [‘trʌbl]: gặp rắc rối
14. golden anniversary (n) (=golden wedding = golden jubilee)[‘gouldən,æni’və:səri] [‘goulden,wediη]: lễ kỷ niệm đám cưới vàng (50 năm)
15. guest (n) [gest]: khách
16. helicopter (n) [‘helikɔptə]: trực thăng
17. hold (v) [hould]: tổ chức
18. icing (n) [‘aisiη]: lớp kem phủ trên mặt bánh
19. jelly (n) [‘dʒeli]: thạch
20. judge (n) [‘dʒʌdʒ]: thẩm phán
21. lemonade (n) [,lemə’neid]: nước chanh
22. milestone (n)[‘mailstoun]: sự kiện quan trọng
23. organise (v) [‘ɔ:gənaiz]: tổ chức
24. refreshments (n) [ri’fre∫mənt]: món ăn nhẹ
25. serve (v) [sə:v]: phục vụ
26. silver anniversary (n) (=silver wedding = silver jubilee): lễ kỷ niệm đám cưới bạc (25 năm)
27. slip out (v) [slip]: lỡ miệng
28. tidy up (v) [‘taidi]: dọn dẹp
29. upset (v) [ʌp’set]: làm bối rối, lo lắng
I. Choose the word in which the letter l, r, or h is silent.
1. a. cold b. calm c. light d. filmAnswer key
2. a. honey b. healthy c. honest d. happyAnswer key
3. a. work b. parent c. drive d. dairyAnswer key
4. a. horrible b. hospital c. holiday d. honourAnswer key
5. a. follow b. fold c. folk d. fileAnswer key
6. a. ring b. uniform c. hungry d. prettyAnswer key
7. a. should b. shoulder c. sailor d. slowAnswer key
8. a. carry b. around c. burn d. EuropeAnswer key
9. a. inherit b. enhance c. exhale d. exhaustAnswer key
10. a. calf b. climb c. world d. glassAnswer key
11. a. home b. hour c. how d. hearAnswer key
12. a. talk b. guilty c. health d. helpAnswer key
Choose the word that has underlined part pronounced differently from the others.
|1. a. drive||b. think||c. find||d. mind|
|2. a. watched||b. cleaned||c. talked||d. missed|
|3.a.character||b.choice||c. change||d. teacher|
|4. a. meat||b. treat||c. beat||d. ready|
1b 2b 3a 4d
1. I don’t mind _______ late, if it will help at all.
a. to work b. to be work c. working d. being working
2. I remember _______ to the zoo when I was a child.
a. to take b. to be taken c. taking d. being talking
3. We managed _______ over the wall without ________.
a. to climb/ seeing b. climbing/ being seen
c. to climb/ being seen d. to be climbed/ seeing
4. Isabel expected _______ to the university, but she wasn’t.
a. to admit b. to be admitted c. admitting d. being admitted
5. The city council agreed _______ the architect’s proposed design for a new parking garage.
a. to accept b. to be accepted c. accepting d. being accepted
6. The tin opener seems for _______ left-handed people.
a. to design b. to be designed c. designing d. being desigried
7. My parents appreciate _______ the thank-you note you sent them.
a. to receive b. to be received c. receiving d. being received
8. When the police first questioned him, Wayne denied _______ in the robbery.
a. to involve b. to be involved c. involving d. being involved
9. Many reliable methods of storing information tended _______ when computers arrived.
a. to forget b. to be forgotten c. forgetting d. being forgotten
10. The police warned everybody ______ inside with their windows closed.
a. to stay b. to be stayed c. staying d. being stayed
11. She resented _______ to make tea for everyone at the meeting.
a. to ask b. to be asked c. asking d. being asked
12. Let’s leave early. We can’t risk _____ in heavy traffic during rush hour.
a. to hold up b. to be held up c. holding up d. being held up
13. After their children had grown up, they decided _______ to a condominium in the city.
a. to move b. to be moved c. moving d. being moved
14. The new students hope _____ in many of the school’s social activities.
a. to include b. to be included c. including d. being included
15. Does Dr Johnson mind _______ at home if his patients need his help?
a. to call b. to be called c. calling d. being called
16. A friend of mine phoned _______ me to a party.
a. for invite b. inviting c. to invite d. for inviting
17. I couldn’t find John at the party last night. If we _______ him, we’d have been very happy.
a. would meet b. met c. had met d. have met
18. Let’s have a party to celebrate our third successive win, ________?
a. don’t we b. do we c. will we d. shall we
19. My parents wouldn’t _______ to the party.
a. allow me go b. allow me to go c. allow me going d. allow to go
20. We are going to have my house _______ tomorrow morning.
a. paint b. painting c. painted d. to be painted
21. We hope that the students themselves will enjoy ______ part in the projects.
a. to take b. taking c. to be taken d. being taken
22. Jim wishes he _______ Jane to his birthday party last night.
a. invited b. would invite c. have invited d. had invited
23. Sally’s low test scores kept her from _______ to the university.
a. admitting b. to admit c. to be admitted d. being admitted
24. Are you sure you told me about the party? I don’t recall _______ about it.
a. having told b. to have told c. having been told d. to have been told
25. I meant to get up early but I forgot _______ up my alarm clock.
a. wind b. to wind c. wind d. wound
Choose the word or phrase – a, b, c, or d – that best fits the blank space in each sentence.
1. A lots of foods and drinks will be served _______ the party.
a. in b. at c. for d. with
2. The anniversary of the founding of the charity falls _______ 12th November.
a. in b. on c. at d. to
3. When they get together, all they talk _______ is football.
a. to b. with c. about d. on
4. They’re having a party in _______ of his 84th birthday.
a. ceremony b. honor c. memory d. celebration
5. We tried to make a _______ of our situation, but it wasn’t funny.
a. joke b. trick c. tension d. risk
6. They held a concert to mark the _______ of Mozart’s death.
a. occasion b. anniversary c. situation d. remembrance
7. They _______ a wonderful meal to more than fifty delegates.
a. made b. had c. served d. took
8. He tried his best to make his birthday party more _______ .
a. enjoyed b. enjoying c. enjoyment d. enjoyable
9. When they finished singing, Lisa _______ the candles on the cake.
a. turned off b. blew out c. cleared up d. brought out
10. Many _______ men remarry and have second families.
a. married b. single c. divorced d. family
1b 2b 3c 4d 5a
6b 7c 8d 9b 10c
Approximately 70 percent of all parents let their children to attend school.Answer key
You should make your parents be happy for the rest of their life.Answer key
You should make your parents happy for the rest of their life.
Conservation organizations help for preserving the ecology of area by keeping track of endangered species.Answer key
Conservation organizations help to preserving the ecology of area by keeping track of endangered species.
I think you should take the raincoat with you in case it will rain hard this afternoon.Answer key
I think you should take the raincoat with you in case it rains hard this afternoon.
If you are invited to someone’s house for dinner in the United States, you should (1) _______ a gift, such as a bunch of flowers or a box of chocolates. If you give your host a (2) _______ gift, he/she may open it in front of you. Opening a present in front of the gift-giver is considered (3) _______. It shows that the host is excited about receiving the gift and wants to show his/her (4) ______ to you immediately. (5) _____ the host doesn’t like it, he/she will tell a “(6) _____ lie” and say how much they like the gift to prevent the guest from feeling bad. If your host asks you to arrive at a particular time, you should not arrive (7) _______ on time or earlier than the (8) _______ time, because this is considered to be potentially inconvenient and (9) _______ rude, as the host may not be (10) _______.
- take b. give c. bring d. make
- unwanted b. valuable c. unpacked d. wrapped
- rude b.polite c. unpolite d. funny
- appreciation b. admiration c. respect d. enjoyment
- Since b. Only if c. Even if d. Whether
- great b. obvious c. deliberate d. white
- gradually b. exactly c. perfectly d. recently
- expected b. permitted c. waited d. wasted
- however b. never c. therefore d. consequently
- willing b. ready c. welcome d. waiting
1c 2d 3b 4a 5c 6d 7b 8a 9c 10b
Read the passage carefully, then choose the correct answer.
Going to party can be fun and enjoyable. If you are invited to a party, do call your host up early to inform him! her of whether you are going. If you want to bring someone who has not been invited along with you, you should ask for permission first. Remember to dress appropriately for the
party. You will stick out like a sore thumb if you are dressed formally whereas everyone else is in T-shirt and jeans. If you are not sure what to wear, do ask your host.
During the party you may perhaps like to help your host by offering to serve drinks or wash the dishes. Your host would certainly appreciate these efforts. If you happen to be in a party you do not know anyone, do not try to monopolize the host’s attention. This is inconsiderate since your
host has many people to attend to and can not spend all his/ her time with you. Instead, learn to mingle with others at the party. You could try breaking the ice by introducing yourself to someone who is friendly-looking.
Before you leave the party, remember to thank your host first. If you have the time, you could even offer to help your host clean up the place.
1.If you are invited to a party, you should ________.
a.take someone with you b. ask for your parents’ permission first
c.bring a small gift d. call to confirm your arrival
2. According to the passage, if you are dressed differently from everybody at the party, _________.
a.you will make people notice you
b.people may be attached to you
c.you will feel uncomfortable
d.you shouldn’t pay attention to your clothes
3. What should you do if you are in a party?
a.Talk to your host as much as possible.
b.Move around and. talk to other guests.
c.Try to break the ice up.
d.Just make friends with friendly-looking people.
4.The phrase ‘break the ice’ means ________.
a.make friends b. attract people’s attention
c.make people feel more relaxed d. establish a relationship
5.Which of the following is not true according to the passage?
a.You shouldn’t bring someone who hasn’t been invited along with you to a party.
b.You should help your host with the wash-up or clean-up.
c.You shouldn’t be very clearly different from everyone at the party.
d. You shouldn’t leave without showing your gratitude to your host.
From the four words or phrases – a, b, c or d – choose the one that best completes the sentence.
46. _______, such as banking and travel, computers are not a convenience; they are a necessity.
a. Where some industries b. There are some industries
c. In sonie industries d. Some industriesAnswer key
47. Copper is the favored metal for electricians’ wire because of_______.
a. its excellent conductivity b. it is excellent conductor
c. excellent conductivity of it d. so conductive is itAnswer key
48. The more she worked,_______.
a. she did not achieve enough b. she achieved not enough
c. the less she achieved d. she was achieving lessAnswer key
49. He really deserved the award because he performed_______ was expected of him.
a. much better from b. more better than
c. much better as d. much better thanAnswer key
50. _______ left before the deadline, it doesn’t seem likely that John will accomplish the job.
a. Although such a short time b. With such a short time
c. With so short time d. It is such a shortAnswer key
Choose the answer – a, b, c, or d – that is nearest in meaning to the printed before it.
- We regret we cannot accept payment by credit card for sales of under $10.
a.If you spend more than $10, you must pay by credit card.
b.We make a charge if you pay by credit card.
c.We prefer cash payment for large sales.
d.If you spend less than $10, you cannot pay by credit card.
- There’s no point in persuading him to do this.
a.He is able to do this although he does not want to.
b.It would be useful to persuade him to do this.
c.I enjoy persuading him to do this.
d.It is useless to persuade him to do this.
- Those students should be punished for what they have done.
a.Those students should have done what they were punished for.
b.What those students have done will give them some punishment.
c.Those students can’t get away with what they have done.
d.The things those students have done are kinds of punishment.
- Not many people attended the meeting.
a.People didn’t show up for the meeting.
b.There was a poor turn-out for the meeting.
c.Too many people turned out at the meeting.
d.Hardly did people come to the meeting.
- That young man is bound to fail in this test.
a.There is no way that young man can succeed in this test.
b.Certainly, that young man will pass this test.
c.It would be impossible for that young man to fail this test.
d.That young man almost failed in this test.