Bên cạnh hướng dẫn em rất kĩ cách phân biệt giữa Suit và Fit và Bài sửa đề thi IELTS WRITING TASK 2 ngày 22/8/2020 của HS đi thi đạt 7.0 writing, IELTS TUTOR cũng hướng dẫn thêm Giải đề cương ôn tập học kì I lớp 11.
1. Multipe choice
Question 1. People with _____ should be given the same opportunities as non-disabled people.
A. disable B. disability
C. disabled D. disabilities
Question 2. We should get _____ in charity work to help people in need.
A. involving B. involvement
C. involve D. involved
Question 3. He can be trusted to do the job well. He’s very _______person.
A. confident B. reliable
C. irresponsible D. dependent
Question 4. Some parents care a lot about the appropriate behavior when having a meal with other people. That is why they want to teach their children good______ from a very early age.
A. table manners B. behave
C. attitude D. knowledge
Question 5. You should take initiative and engage your classmates in friendly conversation. The underlined word has the OPPOSITE meaning to____________.
A. act after other people B. pioneer
C. act before other people D. volunteer
Question 6. I have a 9 p.m. _____. I would be punished if I returned home after that time.
A. curfew B. conflict
C. relationship D. dating
Question 7. Students decided to get involved in a event to provide practical help for those in need.
A. help B. charity
C. need D. kindness
Question 8. I feel really excited because I _____ with Vicky tomorrow.
A. have got a date
B. lend an ear
C. break up
D. am in a relationship
Question 9. You should appear _______during the negotiation with your partners.
A. relaxing B. relaxedly
C. relaxingly D. relaxed
Question 10. When I am in trouble, my close friend is always willing to _____ and gives me some advice.
A. lend an ear
B. give me a hand
C. keep contact with
D. face to face
Question 11. I didn’t think it was you. Your voice _____ strange on the phone.
A. heard B. sounded
C. listened D. spoke
Question 12. People with ___________ impairment often have difficulty understanding new things and cannot learn quickly.
A. non-abled B. speech
C. cognitive D. hearing
Question 13. We should get ___________ in charity work to help people in need.
A. involved B. involve
C. involvement D. involving
Question 14. _____ Doing everything on your own without others' help
A. self- esteem B. self- confident
C. self-reliant D. self-discipline
Question 15. People with______ impairments have difficulty climbing stairs.
A. cognitive B. speech
C. hearing D. mobility
Question 16. He is working for a big company which provides him with a _____ income.
A. stable B. table
C. stabled D. capable
Question 17. You aren’t allowed to take photographs here.
A. You needn’t take photographs here.
B. You can’t take photographs here.
C. You don’t have to take photographs here.
D. You mustn’t take photographs here.
Question 18. The ASEAN School Games focus on promoting ASEAN __________ in the youth through school sports.
A. solidity B. support
C. solidarity D. agreement
Question 19. This special school helps students with_________ impairment to learn Braille.
A. visual B. physical
C. cognitive D. speech
Question 20. When Laura suffered a break-up in her relationship, she saw a/an _____ for advice.
A. assistant B. counsellor
C. agency D. service
Question 21. This perfume _____ amazing. I’ll buy it for my mum’s birthday.
A. feels B. sounds
C. looks D. smells
Question 22. Jame and his father were _____ after an argument.
A. sympathetic B. enthusiastic
C. reconciled D. willing
Question 23. My brother only rings_________ home . I wish he would ring our parents more often.
A. in the mood
B. at all thumbs
C. few and far between
D. once in a blue moon
2. Complete the sentences, using the correct form of the words in brackets.
Question 1. This season is very__________ . Millions of viewers have watched it since it first aired. (EXECITE)
Question 2. He was a___________ man and against all forms of violence. (PEACE)
Question 3. Lan is_________ . She never does the things that she promises. (RELY)
Question 4. In 1914, the British ruled India and Gandhi wanted the British to leave India so that the country could become____________ . (DEPEND)
Question 5. My cousin is________ but that does not prevent him from doing lots of sports. (ABLE)
Question 6. We would like to see closer__________between parents and schools. (COOPERATE)
Question 7. She had the_____________to explain things clearly. (ABLE)
Question 8. Does television have an effect on children’s_________? (BEHAVE)
Question 9. The United Nations is an international_________. (ORGANIZE)
Question 10. I would like to have a friend who has____________ (CONFIDENT)
Question 11. Did you take part in the eloquence __________________held in our school last week? (COMPETE)
Question 12. I didn’t ask them to help me. They did everything__________(VOLUNTEER )
Question 13. She felt_____________when everyone kept looking at her. (EMBARRASS)
Question 14. To our great___________, it rained every day of the trip. (DISAPPOINT )
1. Read the following passage and fill in the blanks with the words below (there is one extra word)
satisfaction freedom pressure
choices stress self-esteem
The step into adult life can be incredibly exciting, but it also brings with it a whole range of challenges. The (1)_____ and independence from family can feel great, but it can also be really hard. There are lots of decisions to make as you figure out what you want to do with your life.
Study… work… money… relationships… partying. There are lots of (2)____ and decisions to be made. You may be thinking about leaving home, your career or independent life. Maybe you feel pressure to ‘make something of yourself’ or to be a success. This pressure might be from other people or from within yourself.
Most people will feel some (3)_____ or worry about these things; for others, these added challenges can make life quite hard and contribute to depression or anxiety.
If you can’t find work or have lost your job or left education early, it brings all sorts of challenges. The most obvious challenge is having no money. You may feel a sense of failure that can knock your (4)____. These changes may also mean you’re not in regular contact with other people any more.
It’s not just unemployment which can contribute to depression. Lack of job (5)_____ can also play a part. As you’re figuring out what you want to do work wise, or struggling with your work and social life, you might find that you’re not actually enjoying the job you chose.
2. Read the article and answer the questions that follow.
Is There Really a Generation Gap?
According to the results of a survey in USA WEEKEND Magazine, there isn’t really a generation gap. The magazine’s “Teens & Parents” survey shows that today’s generation of young people generally get along well with their parents and appreciate the way they’re being raised. Most feel that their parents understand them, and they believe their parents consider family as the No. 1 priority in their lives. Although more than a third of teens have something in their rooms they would like to keep secret from their parents, it is usually nothing more harmful than a diary or a CD.
Such results may seem surprising in the context of the violent events that people hear about in the media. Maybe because of the things they hear, parents worry that their own kids might get out of control once they reach the teenage years. However, the facts in the survey should make us feel better. The survey shows us that today’s teens are loving and sensible. They are certainly happier than the angry people in the teenage stereotypes we all know about. True, some teenagers are very angry, and we need to recognize their needs, but the great majority of teens are not like that at all.
In contrast to some stereotypes, most teens believe they must be understanding about differences among individuals. Many of them volunteer for community service with disadvantaged people. When they talk about themselves, their friends and their families, they sound positive and proud. Generally, these are very nice kids.
Is this spirit of harmony a change from the past? Only a generation ago, parent-child relations were described as the “generation gap”. Yet even then, things were not so bad. Most kids in the 1960s and 1970s shared their parents’ basic values.
Perhaps, however, it is true that American families are growing closer at the beginning of this new millennium. Perhaps there is less to fight about, and the dangers of drug abuse and other unacceptable behavior are now well known. Perhaps, compared to the impersonal world outside the home, a young person’s family is like a friendly shelter, not a prison. And perhaps parents are acting more like parents than they did 20 or 30 years ago.
Question 1. According the first paragraph, what did the survey find out about teenagers?
A. They get along well with their parents.
B. They appreciate good CDs.
C. They keep secrets from their parents.
D. They stay in their rooms.
Question 2. According to paragraph two, parents hear things that make them worry about their own kids. What kind of things do they hear?