Đề thi học sinh giỏi môn Tiếng Anh không chuyên lớp 11 tỉnh Vĩnh Phúc năm 2014 - 2015

Đề thi HSG Tiếng Anh lớp 11 cấp tỉnh

Đề thi trắc nghiệm trực tuyến kì thi học sinh giỏi lớp 11 cấp tỉnh môn Tiếng Anh tỉnh Vĩnh Phúc có đáp án dưới đây nằm trong bộ đề Bồi dưỡng học sinh giỏi môn Tiếng Anh lớp 11 mới nhất trên VnDoc.com. Đề thi Tiếng Anh gồm nhiều dạng bài tập Tiếng Anh nâng cao khác nhau giúp hoc sinh lớp 11 ôn tập lại kiến thức đã học và đạt điểm cao trong kì thi HSG sắp tới. 

Một số bài tập Tiếng Anh lớp 11 khác:

  • LEXICO-GRAMMAR
  • Exercise 1: Choose the best answer for each question.
  • 1. Fifteen ________by five is three.
  • 2. The problems________ Tony has seem insurmountable.
  • 3. Have some brandy; it‟ll calm your _______.
  • 4. When I arrived on the spot, I found out that I _______ the heavy gas bottle on my back because the campsite now had electric cookers.
  • 5. UNESCO __________ United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
     
  • 6. Farmers can enrich the soil by using __________________.
  • 7. Remember to appreciate what your friends do for you. You shouldn't take them ______.
  • 8. I don't think this record will ever________.
  • 9. Why did Berth ask you ________a bicycle?
  • 10. She ________modern art. She visits all the local exhibitions.
     
  • 11. Are you taking ________this semester?
  • 12. In some parts of the world, the indigenous population has been completely ________
     
  • 13. I would appreciate __________ it a secret.
  • 14. The boy is ____________ to solve the problem.
  • 15. The judge______________ the murderer to a lifetime imprisonment.
  • 16. The ________ exam in February prepared pupils for the real thing in June.
     
  • 17. You ________ too much emphasis on your academic success. Be relaxed!
     
  • 18. After so many years, it is great to see him_______ his ambitions.
     
  • 19. Minh and Cuong were badly injured in the last match, so ________of them can play in this match.
     
  • 20. The government are doing a _____________of people‟s changing habits.
  • Exercise 2: Provide the correct form of the word in capitals.
    (21) AUTHORIZE in Paris have halted the filming of scenes from (22) ACT movies on its streets in the wake of the recent terror attacks. The city is still on high alert (23) FOLLOW the attack on the magazine Charlie Hebdo and other attacks, which left 20 people (24) DIE. Security has been (25) HIGH around synagogues, newspaper and broadcasting offices and (26) SHOP malls. (27) ARMY police and soldiers are clearly (28) VISION on the streets. Security measures have now been extended to the movie (29) INDUSTRIAL. Paris' police commander Sylvie Barnaud said: "There's a problem with these action-type scenes, as the actors in uniform could be targets for terrorists… Also, the actors could pose (30) CONFUSED for the general public."
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    authorities
  • 22.
    action
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    following
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    dead
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    heightened
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    shopping
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    armed
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    visible
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    industry
  • 30.
    confusion
  • READING
  • Exercise 1: Questions 1 – 13

    China’s ‘violent philanthropist’ gives away fresh air.

    Even through the thick Beijing smog, it is impossible to mistake the ebullient figure shaking hands, signing autographs and barking at startled passersby: “Come on, two cans for each one – free fresh air. Open it and drink it and breathe it! It keeps you fresh the whole day!” It is the kind of offer that has made Chen Guangbiao a household name in China: giving away thousands of tins of air to raise awareness of China‟s pollution. “If we don‟t act in the next 10 years, our descendants will have to carry oxygen tanks and wear masks all the time,” he said at the publicity event in Beijing this month.

    Chen, 44, is a multimillionaire entrepreneur who bills himself as the country‟s number one philanthropist and environmentalist. In January, he lay under a sheet of wood and steel while two cars drove over him, to demonstrate that the world would be better without cars. In another comment on the drawbacks of motoring he smashed up a Mercedes Benz car. Recently he put an advert in the New York Times proclaiming the disputed Diaoyu Islands – currently at the heart of the territorial row with Japan – to be Chinese, and announced he was giving new cars to drivers whose vehicles were destroyed in anti-Japanese protests – while simultaneously promoting a cycling initiative. He also plans to give away $240,000 to young entrepreneurs in the next weeks.

    But he is best known for his personal deliveries to the victims of natural disasters. He arrived in Sichuan with a fleet of heavy machinery after the earthquake in 2008. When the tsunami struck Japan, he flew over with cash and goods. He has apparently an unsinkable self-belief. “I want to record the name of Chen Guangbiao in Chinese history,” he said.

    His party trick is to lift a bike using his teeth and spin it around in the air. It is, says Chen, all down to kung fu training at the famous Shaolin temple. Chen grew up in the countryside near Nanjing, in such poverty that two of his siblings starved to death. He earned his first cash – around 60 cents – carrying water from a well to villagers one summer, and used some of the money to help pay for a neighbour‟s schooling. In recognition of his good deed, a teacher pasted a red star on his face. “I ran around the classes … Every student wanted to learn from me and do good things,” he explained.

    He made his fortune recycling materials from demolished buildings and has vowed to give it all away before his death. The Hurun rich list estimated his worth at $740m last year. Already, he says, he has made donations worth $278m. Others rank far ahead of him in independent lists of charitable donors and sceptics say it is hard to assess the real value of his gifts since they are often in kind. He counters that other philanthropists give to charities in the sectors they work in, with the hope of commercial returns.

    Chen calls his high-profile tactics “violent philanthropy”. He says: “My individual power is limited. I want to use my high-profile way to wake people up to take action together to do good things. I can only awake them with my performance art and creativity.” Admirers point out that most millionaires are doing little for their fellows. And Chen‟s stunts have, as he predicted, got people talking about philanthropy and the environment. “We need these kinds of people to tell us that if you want to help people you need to take responsibility,” says Wang Lanjun, pausing to have her photo taken with him. “He‟s great!” enthused another passing pedestrian. “He said I‟m great,” Chen points out. “You see? Ordinary people love me.”


  • Questions 1 – 5: Read the text and decide whether the statements are True (T) or False (F).
  • 1. Chen Guangbiao has given out free oxygen masks to passersby in Beijing.
  • 2. He has destroyed a luxury car.
  • 3. He has taken heavy equipment to an area affected by an earthquake.
  • 4. He has helped pay for the education of some students at his village school.
  • 5. He has made a promise to give away all his money before he dies.
  • Questions 6 – 13: Read the text and choose the most suitable word in the box to fill in each blank in the summary. There are more words than needed.
    awareness        donations        drawbacks        fortune            initiatives
    poverty           responsibility      philanthropy       stunts            simultaneously

    Chen Guangbiao is an extraordinary figure who started life in extreme (6) ________ and then succeeded in making a huge (7) _______ through recycling building materials. He is famous in China for both his large (8) ________ to people in need and his spectacular publicity (9)________ which aim to raise (10) _______ about key environmental issues. One of his latest (11) ________ has been to give away cans of fresh air to publicise the threat of air pollution. In addition, he has also organised events to show the significant (12) ________ of using motor vehicles. The hope is that his campaigns will encourage individuals and companies to take (13)________ for their impact on the environment.
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    poverty
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    fortune
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    donations
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    stunts
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    awareness
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    initiatives
  • 12.
    drawbacks
  • 13.
    responsibility
  • Exercise 2: Choose the best option to complete the passage.

    A love of travelling

    For Nigel Portman, a love of travelling began with what‟s (14) _______ a „gap year‟.
    In common with many other British teenagers, he chose to take a year out before (15) _______ to study for his degree. After doing various jobs to (16)_______ some money, he left home to gain some experience of life in different cultures, visiting America and Asia. The more adventurous the young person, the (17) ________ the challenge they are likely to set themselves for the gap year, and for some, like Nigel, it can (18) _______ in a thirst for adventure.

    Now that his university course has (19) ________ to an end, Nigel is just about to leave on a three-year trip that will take him right around the world. What‟s more, he plans to make the whole journey using only means of transport which are (20) _______ by natural energy. In other words, he‟ll be (21) ________ mostly on bicycles and his own legs; and when there‟s an ocean to cross, he won‟t be taking a (22) _______ cut by climbing aboard a plane, he‟ll be joining the crew of a sailing ship (23) ________.

    As well as doing some mountain climbing and other outdoor pursuits along the way, Nigel hopes to pass on to the people he meets the environmental message that lies behind the whole idea.

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  • Exercise 3: Fill in each blank with a most suitable word.

    Number of blue whales increasing

    This is a good-news story about sea life. Scientists (24) _______ reported that the numbers of blue whales in the eastern Pacific Ocean (25) ________ the highest they have been in over a century. Researchers at the University of Washington report that there are now over 2,200 blue whales (26) ______ Mexico and Alaska. Hunters killed nearly all the blue whales in that area and they were (27) _______ to extinction. (28) _______ became illegal in 1971 and the numbers of the world's largest mammal started increasing. It has (29) ________ over 40 years for the blue whale to recover. Lead (30) _______ Dr Cole Monnahan was very happy at this positive news. He said: "For us, this is a great conservation success story."

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    have
  • 25.
    are
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    between
  • 27.
    close
  • 28.
    whaling
  • 29.
    taken
  • 30.
    researcher
  • WRITING
  • Exercise 1: Complete the following sentences using FROM FOUR TO SIX WORDS (including the given words) so that their meanings are close to the originals.
  • 1. You didn‟t think carefully enough before you decided.
    OUGHT You _________________________ carefully before you decided.
    ought to have more
  • 2. Surely nobody likes it when people make fun of them in public.
    BEING Surely nobody likes _________________________ in public.
    being made fun of
  • 3. Don‟t conclude that learning English is easy.
    COME Don't _________________________ that learning English is easy.
    come to the conclusion
  • 4. I'm afraid there is no room in the concert hall tonight.
    BOOKED I'm afraid the _________________________ tonight.
    concert hall is fully booked
  • 5. The motorcyclist rounded the corner at a quite unbelievable speed.
    WHICH The speed _________________________ the corner was quite unbelievable.
    at which the motorcyclist rounded
  • 6. The gate is closed to stop the children running into the road.
    → The gate is closed so that _____________________________________
    The gate is closed so that the children cannot run into the road. The gate is closed so that the children cann't run into the road.
  • 7. He looks nothing like his father.
    → He doesn’t take ___________________________________
    He doesn't take after his father.
  • 8. “I’m sorry, Peter” said Mary, “I’m afraid I’ve damaged your car.”
    → Mary apologized ________________________________________
    Mary apologized to Peter for damaging his car.
  • 9. She finds it easy to study Math.
    → She has no ______________________________
    She has no difficulty in studying Math. She has no difficulty studying Math.
  • 10. You can only get dishes and bowls with this design in Poland.
    → Only _________________________________________________
    Only in Poland can you get dishes and bowls with this design.
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