Bài kiểm tra đánh giá cuối kỳ 2 lớp GNV.G9

10/2/2022 4:29:13 PM

My brother _____ while he _____ his bicycle and hurt himself.

  • had fallen - rode
  • was falling - rode
  • fell - was riding
  • had fallen - was riding

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

Last year, my little brother got lost when we had gone shopping.

  • when
  • Last year
  • lost
  • had gone

Would you _____ to go picnic with us on Sunday?

  • like
  • rather
  • choose
  • want

Rearrange the words in a correct order to make a complete sentence (kéo từng từ/cụm từ về vị trí đúng để tạo thành câu hoàn chỉnh).

Make a complete sentence using the given wordsChange the form of the words or add other words if necessary.

My father/ like/ listen/ music/ the evenings.

Choose the sentence closest in meaning to the following sentence.

John is studying hard. He doesn't want to fail the next exam.

  • John is studying hard in order not to fail the next exam.
  • John is studying hard in order that he not fail the next exam.
  • John is studying hard so as to fail the next exam.
  • John is studying hard in order to not to fail the next exam.

Can you close the gate _____ the hens will not go out?

  • so as to
  • in order to
  • to
  • so that

The driving test was _____ I expected.

  • as difficult than
  • so difficult as
  • more difficult than
  • the most difficult

I think that he danced _____ than his friend.

  • more beautiful
  • most beautiful
  • more beautifully
  • most beautifully

Complete the sentences. Use the comparative or superlative.

Emma works Nikki. (hard)

Choose the sentence that best combines the pairs of original sentences.

There is no better teacher in this school than Mr John. That’s my opinion.

  • I think no one is as good teacher as Mr John in this school.
  • I think Mr John is the best teacher in this school.
  • I think, except Mr John, there is no good teacher in this school.
  • I think Mr John isn't better than others in this school.

Give the correct form of superlative.

It's the (interesting) book I've ever read.

Of all the applicants, my sister answered the questions _____.

  • intelligent
  • more intelligently
  • most intelligent
  • the most intelligently

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

I have never seen as many expensive cars than the cars in that shopping center.

  • have never
  • many
  • than
  • in

She doesn’t type _____ as her friends.

  • quicklier
  • more quickly
  • most quickly
  • so quickly

Last year, Matt earned _____ his brother.

  • twice as much as
  • twice as many as
  • twice more than
  • twice as more as

Choose the sentence closest in meaning to the following sentence.

We do not need much furniture because the room is small.

  • The smaller the room is, the less furniture we need.
  • The smaller the room, the fewer furniture we need.
  • The small room makes the furniture less and less.
  • More furniture is needed for the small room.

The faster we finish, _____.

  • the sooner we can leave
  • we can leave sooner and sooner
  • the sooner can we leave
  • we can leave the sooner

The eastern European countries _____ members of the EU for the last 15 years. 

  • are
  • had been
  • have been
  • were
I have not seen my dog _____ the storm struck the community.
  • since
  • for
  • as soon as
  • when

Complete the sentence by changing the form of the word in capitals.

I’ve  Malaysian food before. (NEVER/TRY)

They _____ an AIDS vaccine yet.

  • haven't developed
  • developed
  • haven't been developed
  • hasn't developed
Be quiet! Someone _____ at the front door. I _____ it.
  • is knocking / will answer
  • knocks / am answering
  • has knocked / am going to answer
  • will knock / have answered

Choose the correct answer.

The plane’s moving. It take off very soon.

Choose the correct answer.

I’m tired now, but I’m sure I feel better in the morning. 

Paul ____ if he doesn't stop jumping up and down on the sofa.

  • falls off
  • would fall off
  • would have fallen
  • will fall off

Give the correct form of the verb in the bracket.

If it (rain) tomorrow, we won't play football.


If you _____ iron, it starts to get red hot and then white hot.

  • would heat
  • heated
  • heat
  • will heat

Choose the underlined part that needs correction.

The sea is so bright for us to look at directly.

  • The sea
  • so
  • to look at
  • directly

- "How are you getting to Rome?"

- "It’s _____ expensive for us to go by plane, so we’re taking the train to Rome."

  • such
  • enough
  • too
  • that
The fireworks festival is _____ event that we all want to watch it.
  • such wonderful an
  • a very wonderful
  • so wonderful an
  • a too wonderful
He walked _____ I could not catch up with him.
  • fast
  • so fast that
  • as fast as
  • faster than

Read the passage and choose the best answer for the questions below. 

Fourteen-year-old Neil Atkins talks about working on a house-building project in the United States.

I got involved in the house-building project through my uncle Brian. We went to stay with him in the United States for six weeks during the summer holiday. He was helping out on the project and asked me to come along. At first, I wasn’t interested. I was enjoying watching lots of news channels on TV! But after a while, I got bored and went along to see what he was doing. I realized that what he was doing was really great!

He was helping out for an organization that builds houses for people who can’t usually afford them. Instead, the organization buys all the wood and bricks and things you need to build a house. It lends the family the tools and hires some guys who know what they’re doing. They also get people like my uncle, who aren’t builders but who just want to help out in the community, to do the more simple building jobs. The family eventually pay all the money back to the organization, but they can do this for many years, and it’s much cheaper than buying a new house.

I helped out with moving dirt and preparing tea. It was a bit disappointing that I wasn’t allowed to use the tools and do jobs like cutting wood and nailing things together. I understand why they do it, but I do design and technology at school so I know I could do it right. Some people had no idea how to use a hammer correctly! But if I go back next year, I’ll be able to do it, because I’ll be fifteen then.

Why was Neil’s uncle involved in the building project?

  • He lent the family his tools. 
  • He is a qualified builder. 
  • He enjoys helping out other people. 

Which of the following is true about the building project?

  • The organization provides free homes for poor people.
  • The project was filmed and shown on TV.
  • The organization helped to build the house.

Neil was surprised that _____

  • his uncle had such good building skill.
  • some adults didn’t know how to use tools.
  • he wasn’t allowed to cut wood.

Neil will be able to use the tools next year because _____

  • he is planning to study design and technology.
  • he will be old enough.
  • his uncle is going to teach him how to use them.

What might Neil write in his diary about his experience?

  • Building the house was okay, but it wasn’t as fun as watching American TV.
  • Moving dirt and preparing tea was better than doing building work.
  • Building the house was better than watching TV, but I wanted to do more building work.

Read the text. Choose the correct word from the box to fill in each blank.

provide | connect | additional | decisions | regardless | organization

Everybody has heard about the Internet, do you know what an “intranet” is? It is this: just as the Internet connects people around the world, intranets people within a single company. In fact, intranets make use of the same software programs like the Internet to contact computers and people. This means that you do not have to buy a lot of programs to set up an intranet service. If your intranet is working properly, it can link together a huge amount of information which is stored in different places in the company. In this way, people can get the information they need, of where it comes from. A company intranet can, of course, be used for unimportant information like office memos or canteen menus. But an intranet should important information which people need to make about new products, costs and so on. The intranet is willing to share their information with other people. Unfortunately, many departments don’t want to share their specialist knowledge with others. Another problem which often occurs is that top managers like to use the intranet to “communicate down” rather than to “communicate across”. That is, they use the intranet to give orders, not to exchange information between themselves and others working in the same