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Choose the word whose underlined part has a different pronunciation from the others in each group:

Question 1: A. description       B. tradition       C. question        D. expression

Question2: A. competitor        B. medal         C. level           D. development

Choose the word which is stressed differently from the rest.

Question 3: A. enthusiast        B. successfully       C. competitor        D. participation

Question 4: A. festival           B. badminton         C. participant        D. organize

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.

Question 5: The rocket steepened its ascent.

A. descent          B. decent         C. decant         D. dissent

Question 6: We offer a speedy and secure service of transferring money in less than 24 hours.

A. uninterested      B. unsure         C. slow           D. open

Mark the letter A, B, C, or D on your answer sheet to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning to the underlined part in each of the following questions.

Question 7: Around 150 B.C. the Greek astronomer Hipparchus developed a system to classify stars according to brightness.

A. record          B. shine           C. categorize            D. diversify

Question 8: Let's wait here for her; I'm sure she'll turn up before long

A. arrive           B. return          C. enter                D. visit

Read the following passage and fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase.

Divided into two parts, rites and (9)………., the ceremony commenced at 19:00 with the song, “Vietnam– our Fatherland”. The surprise appearance of parachutists, carrying the 11 national flags of the competing Southeast Asian countries, was greeted with thunderous applause from the audience.

All the stadium’s lights suddenly (10)………, marking the start of the procession of Vietnam’s flag and the 22nd SEA Games; symbol. The 11 sporting delegations then marched past the reviewing stand to excited applause from officials and spectators.

The sacred torch which symbolizes the humanity of the games and desire to compete with burning intensity, was taken from The Ho Chi Minh Museum and passed by some famous Vietnamese athletes and athletes from 10 regional countries to Nguyen Thuy Hien ( wushu artist) (11).. ….. gave it to the Prime Minister, who in turn passed it to an athlete dressed like national hero Giong.

From this athlete’s hand, the official flame was lit at My Dinh National Stadium and will burn throughout the course of the Games.

Speaking at the opening (12) ………, Minister-Chairman of the Physical Training and Sports Committee, who is also the head of the 22nd SEA Games Organizing Board, warmly welcomed Party and State leaders, delegates, domestic and international guests, and 11 sports delegations (13) ______ southeast Asian countries to the 22nd SEA Games.

Question 9. A. competition      B. contest         C. entertainment        D. festivals

Question 10. A. went off        B. came on        C. light               D. came out

Question 11. A. who           B. that            C. which              D. whom

Question 12. A. games         B. ceremony       C. performance         D. sports

Question 13.A. to             B. in              C. from               D. for

Read the following passage and choose the best answer for each question.

WORLD POPULATION AND CLIMATE CHANGE

In many ways, the increasingly rapid pace of climate change is a direct result of the growth of the human population. In the last 100 years, the world population has more than tripled, from just under 2 billion at the beginning of the century to nearly 7 billion today. Obviously, this has meant that the world has needed to produce three times as much food, energy, and other natural resources.

In addition, the average person uses more energy and natural resources than the average person one hundred years ago, meaning that the rates of consumption are actually much higher than just the increase in population would imply. For example, it took the world 125 years to use the first one trillion barrels of oil. The next trillion barrels will be used in less than 30 years, which is almost 5 times as fast, not three.

All of these activities: food production, energy usage, and the use of natural resources, contribute to climate change in some way. The greater amounts of oil and other fuels burned to create energy release chemicals which add to global warming. In order to produce more food farmers cut down trees to gain more land for their fields. In addition, we cut down trees to build the houses needed for a larger population. Those trees are an essential part of controlling global warming. These are just two examples of the impacts that the growing population has on global warming; others are too numerous to mention.

In addition to a growing population, the world also has a population that desires a higher standard of living than in the past, and a higher standard of living requires the use of even more natural resources. A look at one country will provide a clear example of this fact. China is the world's most populous nation, with 1.3 billion people. Currently, the standard of living for most of those people is far below that of people in first world nations. Therefore, the average Chinese citizen uses far fever natural resources and less energy than the average citizen of the US or Japan. But China is growing in power, and more of its citizens are beginning to expect a first world lifestyle. If every Chinese person attains a first world lifestyle, the amount of energy and natural resources needed in the world will double, even if the standard of living in every other nation on Earth remains the same as it is today.

Question 14. The word "pace" in the passage is closest in meaning to…. .

A. growth           B. speed         C. problem          D. pollution

Question 15. The word "consumption" in the passage is closest in meaning to….

A. development      B. usage        C. population       D. increase

Question 16. According to the passage, how does food production contribute to global warming?

A. Producing more food leads to growth in the world population.

B. Food production uses many chemicals which add to global warming.

C. Food production requires that the forests be cleared to create farmland.

D. Food production decreases the ability of the air to release heat.

Question 17. The word “others” in the passage refers to…. .

A. problems of global warming in the modern world

B. examples of the environmental consequences of population growth

C. ways in which our usage of oil will effect the world climate

D. the reasons why trees are essential in controlling global warming

Question 18. According to the passage, how does the standard of living affect global warming?

A. Higher standards of living are better for the environment.

B. First world nations create less population than developing nations.

C. The use of natural resources is directly related to the standard of living.

D. High standards of living lead to increases in world population.

Question19. Why does the author discuss China, Japan, and the United States?

A. To compare the standards of their citizens

B. To explain why China will not be able to become a first world nation

C. To better illustrate the effects of an increase in standards of living

D. To explain why the world's use of energy will need to double soon

Đáp án Đề thi học kì 2 lớp 12 môn tiếng Anh 

1

C

11

A

21

D

31

C

2

D

12

B

22

D

32

D

3

D

13

C

23

A

33

D

4

C

14

B

24

C

34

D

5

A

15

B

25

B

35

C

6

B

16

C

26

A

36

A

7

C

17

B

27

A

37

A

8

A

18

C

28

B

38

C

9

D

19

C

29

D

39

C

10

B

20

A

30

C

40

A

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