Test english grade 11 for exam times 2 – free download


Test english grade 11 – free download

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Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently.

1). A). spear                    B). hear                   C). dear                    D). swear

2). A). thin                      B). thick                  C). thus                    D). think

3). A). cough                   B). rough                 C). tough                 D). though

4). A). torch                    B). torn                    C). worn                  D). work

5). A). off                        B). knife                  C). safe                    D). of



Choose the word whose main stress is in a different position

6). A). decide                  B). struggle              C). prepare               D). historic

7). A). consider               B). technique           C). material              D). promotion

8). A). dangerous             B). tropical              C). marathon            D). performance

9). A). entertainment        B). environment      C). enjoyment          D). development

10). A). final                   B). deny                  C). accuse                D). approximately

Choose the best answer.

11). She warned me …………………………….

A). about to do it     B). I should do it     C). not to do it         D). to not do it

12). The government made serious attempts to raise the ………………… of living.

A). cost                    B). standard             C). level                   D). mode

13). We took ………………… of the fine weather and spent the day on the beach.

A). advantage           B). effect                  C). chance                D). occasion

14). Some people ……………….. at least four hours a day watching TV.

A). last                     B). use                     C). take                    D). spend

15). …………………. I realised the consequences, I would never have contemplated getting involved.

A). Had                   B). When                 C). Unless                D). If

16). Betty is quite ………………………. of cooking a meal for twelve people.

A). capable              B). clever                 C). efficient              D). expert

17). It was …………………. hot day that we decided to leave work early and go to the beach.

A). such a                B). so                      C). a so                    D). such

18). As far as I’m …………., it’s quite all right for you to leave early.

A). bothered            B). concerned          C). consulted           D). regarded

19). It’s time we ……………. away with our old-fashion prisons.

A). shall do              B). do                      C). have done          D). did

20). If we continue to ………………… the world’s resources at this rate, there will soon be none left.

A). use up                B). throw away        C). damage              D). finish

21). She is leaving her husband because she can not put ……………. his bad temper any longer.

A). up                      B). away                  C). off                      D). up with

22). Don’t be late for the interview, …………… people will think you are a disorganized person.

A). or so                  B). otherwise           C). unless                 D). if not

23). He’s very poor, and he has …………….. possessions.

A). a little                 B). little                   C). any                     D). few

24). When I saw Jane, I stopped and smiled, but she …………… me and walked on.

 

A). omitted              B). ignored              C). refused               D). denied

25). She wondered ………………… her father looked like now, after so many years away.

A). what                  B). whose                C). that                    D). how

26). In my mother’s …………….., it is essential to eat a big breakfast.

A). opinion              B). idea                    C). principle             D). confidence

27). ………………….. of the committee, I’d like to thank you for your generous donation.

A). In addition         B). On behalf           C). Together            D). According

28). He …………… a policeman; he is much too short.

A). must be              B). looks like           C). can’t be              D). should be

29). There was no ………………….. in waiting longer than half an hour so we left.

A). good                  B). use                     C). point                  D). worth

30). A learner driver must be ……………….. by a qualified driver.

A). connected          B). involved            C). accompanied      D). associated

31). I really like Joe’s dad but I don’t get ………….. with his mother at all.

A). by                      B). on                      C). through              D). out

32). The commander gave an ………….. talk to his men.

A). encouraging       B). encouragingly    C). encouragement   D). encouraged

33). The village seemed strangely familiar ……….. I’d never been there before.

A). despite               B). however             C). in spite of           D). although

34). I’ve put Mr Matthew’s papers in your green file,…………….. is on your desk.

A). whose                B). …. / …..              C). which                 D). that

35). After reading the letter, …………….. it on the table.

A). leaving               B). and she left        C). and leaving        D). she left

36). In Britain it is …………….. for children to attend school between the ages of five and sixteen.

A). obliged              B). made                  C). compulsory        D). enforced

37). It’s so long since I saw him that I almost failed to ……………. him.

A). accept                B). receive               C). approve              D). recognise

38). Most people were no longer listening to his long ………….. story.

A). irritable              B). tiring                  C). boring                D). annoying

39). The …………….. of the sugar is of course to sweeten the medicine.

A). cause                  B). purpose              C). need                   D). reason

40). The manager will reply to all letters ………………. are sent to him.

A). that                    B). if                        C). who                   D). when

Choose the sentence that has the closest meaning with the given one.

41). Had we left any later, we would have missed the train.

A). We almost missed the train.

B). We left to catch the train.

C). The train did not arrive late.

D). Because the train was late, we missed it.

42). If only I had not seen him.

A). I wish I had seen him.                        B). I wish I had not seen him.

C). He wishes he had come to see me.     D). I have not seen hin for ages.

43). ” It was so kind of you to give me the flowers”, Lan said to Minh.

A). Lan thanked Minh for giving her the flowers.

B). Lan thanked Minh on giving her the flowers.

C). Lan thanked Minh to give her the flowers.

D). Lan thanked Minh to be kind to give her the flowers.

44). ” Would you like some coffee?”, Peter asked me.

A). Peter asked me if I liked coffee.

B). Peter asked me to make him a cup of coffee.

C). Peter offered to give me some coffee.

D). Peter, do you like some coffee?

45). We could have seen the movie if the tickets had not been so expensive.

A). We wanted to see the movie but the tickets were sold out.

B). The tickets were inexpensive, so we saw the movie.

C). We saw the movie even though the tickets were expensive.

D). We couldn’t afford the tickets to see the movie.

Choose the best answer to complete each of the following sentence.

46. Natural silk is still highly prized ………………… similar artificial fabrics.

A. although is available                          B. despite there are available

C. in spite of the availability of               D. even though an availability of

47. ………………………….., Jose Limon’s dance troupe often toured abroad.

A. The U.S. State Department sponsored it

B. Sponsored by the U.S. State Department

C. The U.S. State department, which sponsored it

D. The sponsorship of the U.S. State department

48. The organs of taste are the ……………… that are mainly located on the tongue.

A. groups of cells, are taste buds                       B. taste buds, are groups of cells

C. taste buds, these are groups of cells              D. taste buds, groups of cells

49. ……………………, the seeds of Kentucky coffeee plant are poisonous.

A. Until they have been cooked                       B. Cooking them

C. They have been cooked                               D. Having been cooked until

50. …………………….. by Anna Baildwin in 1878.

A. The invention of  the vacuum milking machine

B. That the vacuum milking machine was invented

C. The vacuum milking machine, which was invented

D. The vacuum milking machine was invented

Read the following passage then choose the best answer.

“ Where is the university?” is a question many visitors to Cambridge ask, but no one can give them a clear answer, for there is no wall to be found around the university. The university is the city. You can find the classroom buildings, libraries, museums and officers of the university all over the city. And most of its members are the students and teachers or professors of the thirty-one colleges.

Cambridge was an already developing town long before the first students and teachers arrived 800 years ago. It grew up by the river Granta, as the Cam was once called. A bridge was built over the river as early as 875.

In the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries more and more land was used for college buildings. The town grew much faster in the nineteenth century after the opening of the railway in 1845. Cambridge became a city in 1951 and now it has the population of over 100.000. Many young students want to study at Cambridge. Thousands of people from all over the world come to visit the university town. It has become a famous place all round the world.

51.Why do most visitors come to Cambridge?

a.to see University.

b. to study in the colleges in Cambridge.

c. to find the classroom buildings.

d. to use the libraries of the universities.

52. Around what time did the university begin to appear?

a. In the 8th century.                      B. In the 9th century,

c. In the 13th century.                     D. In the 15th century.

53. Why did people name Cambridge the “ city of Cambridge”?

a.Because the river was very well- known.

b. Because there is a bridge over the Cam.

c. Because it was a developing town.

d. Because there is a river named Granta.

54. After which year did the town really begin to develop?

a. After 800          b. After 875            c. After 1845          d. After 1951

55. From what we read we know that now Cambridge is …………………

a. visited by international tourists.               b. a city without wall.

c. a city of growing population.                    D. a city that may have a wall around it.

 

 

Read the following passage then choose the best answer .

Niagara Falls, one of the most famous North American natural wonders, has long been a popular tourist destination. Tourists today flock to see the two falls that actually constitute Niagara Falls: the 173-foot Horseshoe Falls on the Canadian side of the Niagara River in the Canadian province of Ontario and the 182-foot high American Falls on the U.S. side of the river in the state of New York. Approximately 85 percent of the water that goes over the falls actually goes over Horseshoe Falls, with the rest going over American Falls.

Most visitors come betwen April and October, and it is quite a  popular activity to take a steamer out onto the river and right up to the base of the falls for a close- up view. It is also possible to get a spectacular view of the falls from the strategic locations along the Niagara River, such as Prospect Point or Table Rock, or from one of the four observation towers which have heights up to 500 feet.

Tourists have been visiting Niagara Falls in large numbers since the 1800s; annual visitation now averages above 10 million visitors per year. Because of concern that all these tourists would inadvertently destroy the natural beauty of this scenic wonder, the state of New York in 1885 created Niagara Falls Park in order to protect the land surrounding American Falls. A year later Canada created Queen Victoria Park on the Canadian side of the Niagara, around Horseshoe Falls. With the area surrounding the falls under the jurisdiction of the government agencies, appropriate steps could be taken to preserve the pristine beauty of the area.

56. What is the major point that the author is making in this passage?

A. Niagara Falls can be viewed from either the American side or the Canadian side.

B. A trip to the United States isn’t complete without a visit to Niagara Falls.

C. Niagara Falls has had an interesting history.

D. It has been necessary to protect Niagara Falls from the many tourists who go there.

57. The word “ flock” in the first paragraph could best be replaced by ………….

A. come by plane.                                              B. come in large numbers.

C. come out of boredom.                                   D. come without knowing what they will see.

58. According to the passage,  which of the following best describes Niagara Falls?

A. Niagara Falls consists of two rivers, one Canadian and the other American.

B. American Falls is considerably higher than Horseshoe Falls.

C. The Niagara River has two falls, one in Canada and one in the United States.

D. Although the Niagara River flows through the United States and Canada, the falls are only in the United States.

59. A “ steamer” in the second paragraph is probably…………

A. a bus                     B. a boat                         C. a walkway                  D. a park

60. The expression “ right up” in the second paragraph could best be replaced by ……….

A. turn to the right.                                          B. follow correct procedures

C. travel upstream                                            D. all the way up.

61. The pasage implies that tourists prefer to …………..

A. visit Niagara Falls during warmer weather.

B. see the falls from a great distance.

C. take a ride over the falls

D. come to Niagara Falls for a winter vacation.

62. According to the passage, why was Niagara park created?

A. to encourage tourists to visit Niagara Falls.

B. To show off the natural beauty of Niagara Falls.

C. To protect the area around Niagara Falls.

D. To force Canada to open Queen Victoria Park.

63. The word” jurisdiction” in the last paragraph is closest in meaning to …………………

A. view                     B. assistance                   C. taxation                      D. control

64. The word” pristine” in the last paragraph is closest in meaning to …………………..

A. pure and natural                                          B. highly developed

C. well-regulated                                              D. overused

65. The paragraph following the passage most probably discusses…………………

A. additional ways to observe the falls.

B. steps taken by government agencies to protect the falls.

C. a detailed description of the division of the falls between the United States and Canada.

D. further problems that are destroying the area around the falls.

 

Read the following passage then choose the best answer to fill in each gap.

 

Humans have long been fascinated by outer space, and have wondered if there are intelligent life-forms (66) ………., which we might be able to contact. Naturally, we’ve all seen space (67) …………… on our TV and cinema screens, but “aliens” like these owe more to the convenience of using (68) ………. actors to play the parts than to any (69) ………. form of scientific investigation.

However, many (70) ………. space researchers are now beginning to turn their attention to the question of what alien life might (71) ……… look like. One early result is Arnold the Alien, designed by biologist, Dougal Dixon. This strange being, (72) ………. humans, has its eyes, ears and limbs in groups of three (73) ……… of pairs, but (74) ……….. its odd appearance, its behavior is not different (75) ……….. our own.

66. A. somewhere               B. elsewhere         C. anywhere                   D. wherever

67. A. creatures                             B. things               C. lives                 D. objects

68. A. man                          B. mankind           C. human              D. beings

69. A. true                           B. truthful             C. right                 D. real

70. A. good                         B. well                  C. serious              D. better

71. A. much                        B. formally           C. very                  D. actually

72. A. likely                        B. unlike               C. unlikely            D. like

73. A. instead                      B. because            C. due                   D. despite

74. A. in spite                     B. although           C. despite              D. regardless

75. A. to                             B. from                 C. in                     D. about

 

Find out the only one mistake in each of the following sentence.

76. It is nice to see all his family, all of who I have met before.

A)        B)                          C)                           D)

77. I went by train and met at the station by my friends.

A)               B)         C)                           D)

78. They don’t allow to smoke in public places in my country.

A)                  B)                 C)                    D)

79. The bomb exploded in a bus, killed more than twenty people in it.

A)              B)           C)                                               D)

  1. Have you heard of the accident happening at the city center yesterday?

A)                 B)                       C)                   D)

 ………………………. The end …………………………….

 


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