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Anthony worked for the right to vote, Margaret Sanger wanted to provide women with the means of contraception so that they could decide whether or not to have children, and Elizabe[r] (1)ĐỀ CƯƠNG ƠN TẬP HỌC KÌ II NĂM HỌC 2019-2020 MÔN TIÊNG ANH 10 ( HỆ 10 NĂM) A PHONETICS: I Find the word which has a different sound in the part underlined. 1 A impact B animal C polar D land 2 A threat B increase C release D easy 3 A conserve B fossil C discuss D preserve 4 A damage B area C contaminate D natural 5 A contaminate B pollute C protect D deforest 6 A impact B focus C pesticide D practical 7 A access B affect C application D fact 8 A digital B fingertip C identity D mobile 9 A assignment B address C discussion D access 10 A mobile B modern C electronic D concentrate 11 A distract B tablet C backpack D concentrate 12 A recordings B educate C children D device 13 A horoscope B honeymoon C income D money 14 A pursue B soul C sweep D present 15 A engaged B favorable C status D national 16 A contrast B force C fortune D Capricorn 17 A ancestor B complicated C reception D decide 18 A equal B women C eliminate D example 19 A female B parent C baby D age 20 A birth B other C youth D think II Choose the word which has a different stress pattern from the others. 1 A college B woman C mistake D housework 2 A hunger B police C parent D, courage 3 A.maintain B perform C prefer D offer 4 A enrol B happen C pursue D affect 5 A.influence B typical C dependent D character 6 A ritual B diverse C affect D belief (2)10 A identity B disadvantage C technology D eliminate 11 A reasonable B appropriate C enjoyable D accessible 12 A educate B concentrate C stimulate D encourage 13 A encouragement B engagement C violence D prestigious 14 A ceremony B majority C equality D remarkable 15 A allergy B announcement C evidence D principle 16 A composer B invention C, position D, submarine 17 A employment B violence C pesticide D influence 18 A property B solution C advantage D pollutant 19 A chemical B erosion C charity D neighborhood 20 A disposal B depletion C volunteer D assignment B VOCABULARY ( RELATED TO THE TOPIC FROM UNIT TO UNIT 9) I Fill in each blank with the appropriate form of the words in brackets. 1 Since 2009, Iceland has been the global (lead) in gender equality. 2 For the past five years, Iceland has been in the first rank of educational (achieve) and (improve) in women’s economic conditions. 3 On October 24, 1975, more than 25 thousand women in Iceland took a day off to emphasize the importance of women’s (contribute) to the economy, both in paid and unpaid work. 4 Gender equality is also a part of the (solve) to the challenges facing society. 5 The (participate) of women in the labour market in Iceland is one of the highest in the world. 6 Most Vietnamese people place more (emphasize) on their duties in their family than their own desires. 7 Each person has a strong sense of regional cultural (diverse) . 8 With a good use of the educational (apply) _, schools can improve on how students learn and how they get access to academic information 9 Students can write essays on computers and submit them (electronic) . 10 Mobile devices today are introducing new exciting (possible) to digital learning. 11 _apps give students the chance to work at their own pace. 12 About 76% of teachers say they are very concerned that the use of mobile devices will be a (distract) to learning. 13 Many students are purchasing digital editions of textbooks instead of traditional printed copies for a variety of reasons, including cost (efficient) , ease of (access) , and (environment) friendly. 14 Air-conditioning systems have chlorofluorocarbon that is one of the well-known environment (pollute) . (3)16 Waste water has polluted seas and lakes surrounding tourist (attract) _damaging the flora and fauna. 17 The Earth’s natural resources should be consumed at a (sustain) level. 18 Dealing with resource (deplete) _requires a broad range of strategies. 19 Experts predict that the world’s rain forests could complete disappear in 100 years at the current rate of (deforest) _. 20 Mining is an extractive industry, often with huge (environment) and social impacts. 21 In the 1990s’s, public (aware) _of preserving the environment began to develop. 22 A great (solve) would be to start planting small gardens on the roofs of the buildings in the cities. 23 With approximately billions trees being cut down (annual) to satisfy the world’s need for paper alone, preventing the (deplete) _of forests continues to be an important (prior) _. II Fill in each blank with ONE suitable word. 1 Women are more likely to be victims of d _violence. 2 International Women’s Day is an occasion to make more i _towards achieving gender equality. 3 Reducing gender i improves productivity and economic growth of a nation. 4 In Australia, men and women will be given an equal p to contribute both at home and in the workplace. 5 Women the majority of domestic and u _work, including cleaning, cooking, and child care as well as taking care of the sick and the elderly. 6 In every culture, there are basic standards for social i such as personal space distance, eye contact, amount of body language displayed in public. 7 People from d cultures bring language skills, new ways of thinking, and creative solutions to difficult problems. 8 Many people believe that the first person who visits their home on the first day of the New Year will a _their life. 9 To many s street vendors, the success of their day is determined by how it starts and by their first customer. 10 E-books are typically a through a student’s personal device, such as a notebook, tablet or cellphone. 11 While not all apps are a on Android devices, the large majority of them can be accessed on iPhones, iPads and iPods. 12 When used in the right way, mobile technology has the p to help students to learn more and understand that knowledge. (4)14 Mobile devices increase opportunities for learning after school hours and increase teachers’ a and their comfort levels with technology. 15 Burning garbage e _dangerous gases to the environment, and this may lead to global warming. C GRAMMAR ( Grammar points Unit > Unit 9) – Passive with modals – Comparative and superlative adjectives – Articles – Defining and Non-defining Relative Clauses – Reported Speech EXERCISES I Choose the correct passive modals in the box to complete these sentences. must be stopped should be removed must be made should be provided will be achieved will be given 1 Gender equality _only when women and men enjoy the same opportunities. 2 In Muslim countries, changes _to give women equal rights to natural or economic resources, as well as access to ownership. 3 In order to reduce gender inequality in South Korea society, women _more opportunities by companies. 4 Child marriage in several parts in the world because it limits access to education and training. 5 In Egypt, female students from disadvantaged families _scholarships to continue their studies. 6 Discrimination on the basis of gender _from workplaces. II Fill in each blank with the correct article: a, an or the. STRANGE SUPERSTITIONS 1 In 19th century, English men avoided salads if they wanted to start family. 2 In Rwanda, women are taught from _early age to avoid _meat of goats, as eating it will cause them to grow beards. 3 In Yemen, expectant mother can determine _gender of her unborn baby by throwing dead snake up in air: if _snake lands on its back, _baby will be _girl, and if it lands upright, _baby will be boy. 4 On New Year’s Eve in Spain, not everyone kisses as _clock strikes twelve,, but superstitious eat twelve grapes at midnight for 12 months of good luck. 5 People in Spain believe that Tuesday _13th and not Friday 13th is unlucky day. 6 In England, it is thought that best day to go to hospital is Wednesday; Monday is _best day to leave and Saturday is worst- as it means you’ll soon be back. (5)8 In Egypt, owls are said to be unlucky in Egypt, as they bring bad news for one who happens to see or hear _bird. 9 In Russia, it is said that carrying _empty bucket or even seeing someone carrying _empty bucket is _bad omen. 10 common belief in Malaysia is that if you sit on _pillow, it will cause your bottom and back side to be covered in boils, blisters and other sores. III Read the following passage about amulets and fill in each blank with the comparative or superlative of the adjective in brackets Add any other words if necessary. The word “amulet” comes from the Latin- amuletum, an indication of the power Romans invested in amulets as protection against evil spells Prehistoric amulets representing fertility and animals have been found near some of (1 old) _known human remains dating back to 25,000 B.C. Animals have been used as symbols in amulets since (2.early) _times Modern amulets include a rabbit’s foot; when rubbed it is activated to bring luck The wishbone from the breast of a bird is believed to make wishes come true to the person lucky enough to hold the (3 large) _half when the bone is broken with a partner, a common practice at Thanksgiving Day dinners in the United States. Considered to be amulets with (4 magical) _powers, ,metal representations of wishbones and rabbit’s feet have become (5.popular) amulets in contemporary times. Egyptians considered amulets necessary for protection of the living and the dead The treasures of King Tutankhamen of Egypt contained a (6 large) number of crystals in the form of gems and jewels than those of other Egyptian Kings They were believed to possess (7 mystical) _powers than usual. Many amulets have religious significance (8 favourite) _Muslims emulet consists of a square-inch miniature of the Koran enclosed in metal and worn around the neck Early Christians inscribed the word ichthys (Greek for “fish) on their amulets because the word contained in Greek the initials for Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior The fish symbol has been (9 important) _amulet to Christian ever since. A plain cord is perhaps (10 simple) amulet of all Unlike other amulets, which when lost or broken are believed to end luck or protection, a broken cord should signal the beginning of good fortune. IV Complete the sentences, using “ which”, “ that”, “ who” or “ whose”. 1 The smart table has been used in several schools, _brings many benefits to our students. 2 It is an electronic device _students can start using as soon as the teacher has turned it on, without a lot of training earlier. 3 Students will enjoy doing many activities, including games, puzzles, _purposes are the development of team spirits. 4 Several students _are able to touch and interact with the smart table at the same time will work together more effectively. 5 The learning applications _students can participate in using the smart table will encourage them to work together to solve problems. 6 There are interactive activities are available to be downloaded from the internet. 7 Teachers introduce activities to the whole class can work with smaller groups on the smart table to introduce discussions about the subject matter. (6)9 On the classroom blog, a teacher can upload video and image illustrations on specific subjects at school. 10 Parents _have to pay for mobile devices may be happy with the new method of teaching and its benefits. V Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb (active or passive) in brackets. 1 When I (arrive) _at the train station yesterday, I (meet) _by my uncle and aunt. 2 The newspaper (read) _by over 200,000 people every day. 3 Many accidents (cause) _by careless driving. 4 A bad accident (happen) _on Highway 95 last night. 5 My car has disappeared It (steal) . 6 The road in front of my house (resurface) _at the moment. 7 He (leave) home in 1993 and (not see) _since. 8 We can’t go to the school play tonight All the tickets (already/ sell) _. 9 Our apartment building (build) in the 1930s. 10 Lunch (serve) when I arrived. 11 A new house (build) _next to ours next year. 12 We couldn’t use our classrooms yesterday because they (repaint) . 13 Last month, I (offer) _the job, but I (refuse) _it. 14 Flowers (find) in almost every part of the world. 15 The letter (post) a week ago but it (not arrive) . VI Rewrite the sentences as directed. 1 You should pay your bill before you leave the hotel. > Your bill 2 Many people can speak English in this area. > English _ 3 The weather was lovely, and we spent the whole day in the garden. > It was 4 “ What time schools begin? “ Tom said to Mrs Green. > Tom asked 5 Hoa’s father said to her, “ You can go to the movies with your friends” ( use “reported speech”) _ 6 “ I must go home now,” John said to Jane ( use “reported speech”) (7)7 The boys said, “ we have to try our best to win this match”. > The boys said that _ 8 “How many members are there in your family?” she asked Lan. > She asked Lan 9 “ How old are you, Lan? “ Mary said. > Mary asked 10 “Where’s your school, Peter?” asked the children. > The children asked 11 Many people use the internet as a means of education. > The internet _ 12 The man called the police because his wallet was stolen ( use a relative pronoun) 13 A man was injured in the accident He is now in hospital ( use a relative pronoun) 14 A building was destroyed in the fire It has now been rebuilt ( use a relative pronoun) _ 15 “Why are you so late, Lan?” the teacher asked. > The teacher asked 16 Mary is standing by the window She is my next-door neighbor ( use a relative pronoun) 17 She’s a faster and more careless driver than I am. > She drives 18 My brother rides his bike more carefully than I. > I 19 Apples are usually cheaper than oranges > Oranges _ 20 The teacher said “ Let us elect Ha Long Bay to be one of the World Wonders”. > The teacher suggested that Ha Long Bay D READING COMPREHENSION I Fill in each blank in the passage with the correct word from the list There are some extra words. requirements attitude plans job meetings projects concerns tasks EQUAL PAY FOR WOMEN WORKERS IN BANGLADESH (8)earn equal wages In an analysis of wages, it was found that for a day’s labor, men earn an average of $2.22, while women earn nearly half of that amount ($1.21). To solve the problem, volunteers from Pathway Project issued an analysis and held (2) on “fair wage” at each community in the area At the end of these meetings, they developed (3) to take action and bring their common (4) to the landowners and social elites Male day laborers recognised that equal wages for women would also benefit their families, and they joined forces with the women to ask for equal pay. Recently, men and women are working together in the crops field as a team Landowners are showing a more positive (5) _to the women day laborers, and women day laborers are getting equal wages at the end of each day without having to request it. II Complete each blank in the text with the correct word from the list. bride ceremony engagement got engaged groom excitement honeymoon newly-weds reception wedding Neil and Carrie dated for three years before they (1) They were both so excited, and they announced their (2) _immediately They wanted everyone to know they were going to get married Today is the (3) _with two parts First is the (4) _- it is the formal service that will make them legally married Then comes the real celebration: at the (5) everyone will eat and dance for hours. Right now, Carrie, the (6) is putting on her dress She is so excited! Neil, the (7) is pretty excited, too, but he’s also really nervous. Tomorrow morning the (8) are going to Tahiti for a seven-day (9) _ After all the stress and (10) _of the wedding, they’ll need a vacation. III Fill in each gap with ONE suitable word to complete the passage. Young children are increasingly using tablets as well as smartphones and other devices with touch screens in early education (1) _and with family members Tammy and Rose, age have been studying sunflowers with their classmates They want to sing and record a song about sunflowers while creating a drawing, using a(n) (2) _ on the tablet The girls have coordinated their efforts and are happy with the result To help the class learn more about sunflowers, Kathryn Tammy and Rose’s teacher, used the tablet to find online (3) _ with photos and facts She then took the children on (4) _ a tour of Van Gogh’s sunflower paintings They read and discussed an electronic picture book about Van Gogh’s life The children had already examined real sunflowers and their parts, made sketches, read informational texts and stories, counted seeds, and (5) _ part in a variety of investigations, touching on every learning domain The teacher’s use of the tablet together with early practical learning activities expanded the children’s (6) _. Activities offered on the tablet provided new (7) _for the children to represent and share what they learned Tablets have the (8) _to be powerful tools for early learning The choices we make about how they are used determine (9) _ the technology is helpful or not We need to develop “digital literacy” skills and decide how to use these new tools in ways (10) _ can support every child’s healthy development and learning. IV Read the passage and choose the correct answer to each of the following questions (9)Commission was set up to help people claim their rights to equal treatment and to publish research and statistics to show where improvements in opportunities for women need to be made In the US the movement that is often called the “first wave of feminism” began in the mid 1800s, Susan B. Anthony worked for the right to vote, Margaret Sanger wanted to provide women with the means of contraception so that they could decide whether or not to have children, and Elizabeth Blackwell, who had to fight for the chance to become a doctor, wanted women to have greater opportunities to study Many feminists were interested in other social issues The second wave of feminism began in the 1960s An important issue was the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), which was intended to change the Constitution Although the ERA was not passed, there was progress in other areas It became illegal for employers, schools, clubs, etc to discriminate against women But women still find it hard to advance beyond a certain point in their careers, the co-called glass ceiling that prevents them from having high-level jobs In the 1980s, feminism became less popular in the US and there was less interest in solving the remaining problems Although there is still discrimination, the principle that it should not exist is widely accepted. 1 It can be inferred from paragraph that in the 19th century A British women did not complete their traditional supporting role. B most women did not wish to have equal status and equal rights. C British women did not have the right to vote in political elections. D suffragettes fought for the equal employment and equal pay. 2 Susan B Anthony, Margaret Sanger, and Elizabeth Blackwell are mentioned as A American women who had greater opportunities B American women who were more successful than men C pioneers in the fight for American women’s rights D American women with exceptional abilities 3 In the late 20th century, some information about feminism in Britain was issued by _ A the Equal Pay Act of 1970 B the Sex Discrimination Act C the Equal Opportunities Commission D the Equal Rights Amendment 4 The phrase “ glass ceiling” in paragraph mostly means A an overlooked problem B a ceiling made of glass C an imaginary barrier D a transparent frame 5 It can be inferred from the passage that (10)SAMPLE TEST A MULTIPLE CHOICE: (3 pts) Choose the word whose underlined part differs from the other three in pronunciation (0,5 pt) 1 A female B parent C baby D age 2 A horoscope B honeymoon C income D money Choose the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress (0,5 pts) 3 A enrol B happen C pursue D affect 4 A include B export C present D protest Choose the option that best completes each of the following exchanges (0,75 pts) 5 – Nam: “ Do you think that there are any jobs which only men or only women can or should do?” – Lan: “ ” A Men are better at certain jobs than women. B I agree This really depends on their physical strengths and preferences. C Women and men should cooperate with each other. D Men are often favoured in certain jobs. 6 Teacher: “You’ve already finished the project, haven’t you?” Student: “ _”. A Yes, this project is mine. B Sorry, but I need more time. C I’ll arrive here in minutes. D We’ve been given a new project. 7 Lan: “ Do you think it’s important for young people to keep fit?” Nam: “ _”. A Why they need to keep fit? B It’s very important for old-aged people to have a healthy lifestyle. C I think so As the main labour force of the country, they must be strong. D It doesn’t cost much to work out in the gym these days. Read the passage and choose the correct answer to each of the following questions (1,25 pts) The issue of equality for women in British society first attracted national attention in early 20th (11)subject of intense debate when the women’s liberation movement encouraged women to reject their traditional supporting role and to demand equal status and equal rights with men in areas such as employment and pay. Since then, the gender gap between the sexes has been reduced The Equal Pay Act of 1970, for instance, made it illegal for women to be paid less than men for doing the same work, and in 1975 the Sex Discrimination Act aimed to prevent either sex having an unfair advantage when applying for jobs. In the same year the Equal Opportunities Commission was set up to help people claim their rights to equal treatment and to publish research and statistics to show where improvements in opportunities for women need to be made Women now have much better employment opportunities, though they still tend to get less well-paid jobs than men, and very few are appointed to top jobs in industry. In the US the movement that is often called the “first wave of feminism” began in the mid 1800s, Susan B Anthony worked for the right to vote, Margaret Sanger wanted to provide women with the means of contraception so that they could decide whether or not to have children, and Elizabeth Blackwell, who had to fight for the chance to become a doctor, wanted women to have greater opportunities to study Many feminists were interested in other social issues. The second wave of feminism began in the 1960s Women like Betty Friedan and Gloria Steinem became associated with the fight to get equal rights and opportunities for women under the law An important issue was the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), which was intended to change the Constitution Although the ERA was not passed, there was progress in other areas It became illegal for employers, schools, clubs, etc To discriminate against women But women still find it hard to advance beyond a certain point in their careers, the co-called glass ceiling that prevents them from having high-level jobs Many women also face the problem of the second shift, I.e the household chores. In the 1980s, feminism became less popular in the US and there was less interest in solving the remaining problems, such as the fact that most women still earn much less than men Although there is still discrimination, the principle that it should not exist is widely accepted. 8 It can be inferred from paragraph that in the 19th century _. A British women did not complete their traditional supporting role. B most women did not wish to have equal status and equal rights. C British women did not have the right to vote in political elections. D suffragettes fought for the equal employment and equal pay. 9 Susan B Anthony, Margaret Sanger, and Elizabeth Blackwell are mentioned as _. A American women who had greater opportunities B American women who were more successful than men C pioneers in the fight for American women’s rights D American women with exceptional abilities 10 In the late 20th century, some information about feminism in Britain was issued by _. (12)D the Equal Rights Amendment 11 The phrase “ glass ceiling” in paragraph mostly means _. A an overlooked problem B a ceiling made of glass C an imaginary barrier D a transparent frame 12 It can be inferred from the passage that . A the belief that sex discrimination should not exist is not popular in the US B women in Britain and the US still fight for their equal status and equal rights C the British government did not approve of the women’s liberation movement D women not have better employment opportunities despite their great efforts. ANSWER BOX: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 B FREE RESPONSE: (7pts) I Fill in the each gap with ONE suitable word (2,0 pts) 1 Reducing gender i improves productivity and economic growth of a nation. 2 In Yemen, women have less a to property ownership, credit, training and employment 3 The principle of equal pay is that men and women doing s _work should get paid the same amount 4 Women the majority of domestic and u _work, including cleaning, cooking and childcare as well as taking care of the sick and the elderly in their families 5 In every culture, there are basic standards for social i _such as personal space distance, eye contact, amount of body language displayed in public 6 To many s street vendors, the success of their day is determined by how it starts and by their first customer 7 The British usually pay a lot of attention to food table manners and are expected to use knives, forks and spoons p _. 8 Giving a birthday present to a Vietnamese requires that you pay attention to a few cultural r of etiquette II Give the correct form of the words in brackets (0,5 pt) 1 We have achieved considerable results in the economic field, such as high economic growth, stability and poverty (eliminate) _over the past few years (13)II Give the correct verb form to complete the sentences (1,0 pt) 1 Jack (should/ tell) _ the news immediately If you don’t, I will. 2 This kind of cloth (must/ wash) in warm water only 3 Something (ought/ do) _immediately to prevent teenagers from being exploited in factories and mines 4 Bicycles (must not/ leave) in the driveway It is against the law. III Give the correct form of comparatives and superlatives of the adjectives in the brackets (1,25 pts) 1 We were disappointed as the film was (entertaining) _than we expected. 2 She has a lot to be thankful for; but (sad) _thing of all is that she does not realize it. 3 I think French is a (difficult) _language to learn than English is 4 That is by far (incredible) story I have ever heard 5 I was encouraged to strive for the (grand) prize in the dancing competition IV Read the passage and choose the word or phrase that best fits each of the numbered blanks (1,25 pts) The phrase ‘Cultural Diversity’ means a range of different societies or people of different origins, religions and traditions all living and interacting together The United States has (1) b , used, and at times abused diversity throughout its long history, yet it is currently one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world The food they eat, the music they listen to, and the clothes they wear have all been influenced by different cultures coming into the US Ethnic food, for example, is part of an average diet One of the U.S.’s favorite dishes is Mexican & Asian food U.S people have enjoyed Mexican food for a long time – since the war with Mexico Even the English language developed from the languages spoken by Anglo-Saxons, Scandinavian Vikings, and Norman French invaders New words were added (2) f the languages of other immigrants over the years In the U.S today there is an estimated ‘ethnic minority’ population of just over 125 million U.S people live in a country with a rich cultural heritage, but the value in this diversity is sometimes not fully seen or accepted Valuing the diverse culture is all about understanding and respecting the beliefs of others and their way of life, (3) a _ they would expect someone to respect their own It is about supporting individuals in keeping their cultural traditions (4) a and appreciating the fact that all these different traditions will enrich our life both today and in the future. Cultural diversity in the U.S goes as far back as recorded history for example slavery Only when we consider its history we get a true picture of how diverse the United States really is People from all over the world have contributed to (5) d _American culture today and they continue to so. V Rewrite the sentences as directed (1,0 pt) 1 I’ve never seen such a nice bouquet of wedding flowers. > This is . 2 It is said that the Pikes are by far the most generous people in the town. > No family in the town is said to . 3 People invented Calculus to deal problems that they could not solve using algebra or geometry. > Calculus was invented to deal with problems that could _. 4 Should we help Jane with the sewing? (14)

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