Đề thi học kì 2 lớp 7 môn Tiếng Anh năm học 2018 - 2019 số 7

Đề thi môn Tiếng Anh lớp 7 cuối học kì 2

Đề thi học kì 2 lớp 7 môn Tiếng Anh năm học 2018 - 2019 số 7 kèm theo đáp án chi tiết, giúp học sinh củng cố kiến thức môn Tiếng Anh và làm quen cấu trúc bài thi học kì 2 lớp 7.

  • Read the passage and answer each question. Circle A, B, or C.
    The Shichi-go-san Festival
    Shichi-go-san is a Japanese festival. The Japanese celebrate it on 15 November every year. This is because people believe it is a day of good luck for all Japanese people.
    Shichi-go-san means “seven-five-three” and the festival is for children who are seven, five and three. The Japanese think these ages are very important years. Japanese parents celebrate Shichi-go-san as their boys turn three and five and their girls turn three and seven.
    At the age of seven, a girl wears obi - the piece of cloth worn round the waist over the kimono - for the first time. At the age of five, a boy wears his first hakama pants – the pants that Samurai wore in the past - in public. The age of three is important for the Japanese too.They think it is time children can let their hair grow. On this day, children often dress up like the adults in the ancient times and pretend to be grown up themselves.

    1. Who will probably celebrate the Shichi-go-san Festival?
  • 2
    Who will NOT celebrate the Shichi-go-san Festival?
  • 3
    Who wears obi for the first time?
  • 4
    At what age can a Japanese child let the hair grow?
  • 5
    Why do the Japanese celebrate it on 15 November?
  • Read a passage about fossil fuels. Decide if the statements are true (T) or false (F). Circle T or F
    There are three major forms of fossil fuels: coal, oil and natural gas. All three were formed many hundreds of millions of years ago before the time of the dinosaurs – therefore we call them fossil fuels.
    Fossil fuels take millions of years to make. But they are not unlimited. We are using up the fuels that were made more than 300 million years ago. They are not renewable like solar power, wind power, hydro power or biomass. Once they are gone they are gone. So, it’s best not to waste fossil fuels. We can save fossil fuels by conserving energy. One simple way to do this is to turn off appliances, TVs and radios that we are not using. We can also turn off lights when no one is in the room. Another way is to go by bike or walk instead of driving cars or motorbikes.
  • 1
    Three major forms of fossil fuels are oil, coal and natural gas
    T
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    F
  • 3
    Once fossil fuels are gone, they will come back later.
    F
  • 4
    Hydro power and biomass are non-renewable sources.
    F
  • 5
    Conserving energy is a good way to save fossil fuels.
    T
  • For each sentence, complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first. Use the word in the brackets. You do not need to change the word. Write NO MORE THAN FOUR words.
    Here is an example.
    0. The bookshop is opposite the library.
    There is ____________________.
    Answer: 0. There is a bookshop opposite the library.
    1. They will use biogas for cooking soon. (BE)
    Biogas _______________________ for cooking soon.
    will be used
  • 2
    They will use low energy lights to save electricity. (WILL)
    Low energy lights __________________________ save electricity.
    will be used to
  • 3
    When more people drive cars, we will release more carbon dioxide into the air. (RELEASED)
    When more people drive cars, more carbon dioxide _______________ into the air.
    will be released
  • 4
    On the next Earth Day, they will discuss global warming effects. (EFFECTS)
    On the next Earth Day, global warming ___________________________.
    effects will be discussed
  • 5
    Solar panels will convert solar power to electricity more efficiently. (TO)
    Solar power ____________________________ electricity more efficiently by solar panels.
    will be converted to
  • Write a paragraph of about 70 - 90 words about what we should do to save energy. You should use the cues given
    - using low energy light bulbs
    - turning off all electric devices like TVs, radios, computers or lights before we go out
    - using more public transport instead of riding motorbikes or driving cars
    There are many ways we can do every day to save energy. One simple way is to use low energy light bulbs. Second, we should turn off all electric devices like TVs, radios, computers and lights when we go out. When we go short distances, we can walk or go by bike instead of driving a car. When we go longer distances, we can choose to go by public transport. If we do so, we can save money for ourselves and at the same time we
    can limit the use of energy in general.
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