Đề thi cuối HK2 Anh 11 Global Success

Đề thi luyện nghe cuối HK2 Anh 11 Global Success.

Part 1: You will hear a talk about independence when you grow older. Listen and choose the best answer.

1. What is a benefit of growing older?
A. You don’t have to go to school
B. You can make your own decisions
C. You get to stay up late every night
D. You always know the right answer

2. Which skill helps you stay on top of all your tasks?
A. Decision-making
B. Money-management
C. Cooking
D. Time-management

3. What’s an example of taking care of yourself?
A. Asking your parents to do everything for you
B. Learning to prepare your own meals
C. Refusing to take a bath
D. Only wearing your favorite clothes

4. What does the recording suggest about asking for help when you need it?
A. It’s a sign of weakness
B. It’s something you should never do
C. It’s okay to do in the beginning
D. It will stop your progress

5. The recording describes independence as:
A. Only for grown-ups
B. Instantly achievable
C. Something that takes practice
D. Unimportant

Part 2: You will hear a talk about peer pressure. Listen and fill in the missing information.

Peer pressure is a common challenge for teens. It’s the pressure to (1)______ in and do what others are doing. This can make teens feel (2)______ to say no, even when they’re uncomfortable. They might do things they don’t want to, just to avoid feeling (3)______ or left out. Peer pressure can have negative (4)______ on teens’ mental health. It’s important for teens to stand up to peer pressure and say no to things that go against their (5)___

Tải về file Audio tại đây: Test 2

Tham khảo thêm: Bộ 9 đề thi nghe cuối học kì 2 Anh 11 – Global Success

Keys and Tapescripts

Part 1: Listen and choose the best answer.

1 (B): “…being able to do things by yourself and making your own choices.”

2 (D): “Managing Your Time: Learning effective time-management skills…”

3 (B): “…Can you cook simple meals?”

4 (C): “You might need to ask for help at first…”

5 (C): “It takes time and effort, but it’s worth it!”


One of the most important things you’ll experience is independence when you grow older. This means being able to do things by yourself and making your own choices. It’s a big responsibility, but it’s also very rewarding.

Here are some key areas where you can build your independence:

  1. Managing Your Time:Learning effective time-management skillswill help you get everything done. Start by deciding what your priorities are, then figure out how much time they each need.
  2. Managing Your Money:Having good money-management skillsmeans you understand where your money goes. Can you make a budget and stick to it? Try tracking your spending to get a better idea.
  3. Taking Care of Yourself:This involves learning basic life skills. Can you cook simple meals? Do your own laundry? Knowing these things makes you more self-reliant.
  4. Making Your Own Decisions:When you’re independent, you get more say in what you do. Good decision-making skillsmean weighing the pros and cons of your options carefully.

It may not always be easy. You might need to ask for help at first to measure ingredients in a recipe, or to properly combine clothes in the washing machine. But, with practice, you’ll gain experience. You may even be able to convince a younger sibling or friend and teach them the same skills! The more you deal with challenges on your own, the more confident you’ll become.

Remember: Independence is a journey. It takes time and effort, but it’s worth it!

Part 2: Listen and complete the missing information.

  1. fit 2. Hesitant 3. Embarrassed 4. Consequences           5. values


Peer pressure is a common challenge among teenagers. It’s the pressure they feel to fit in with their peers and follow what others are doing. Many young people struggle with this because they don’t want to stand out or be different. For example, when it comes to activities like drinking alcohol, they might feel hesitant to say no because they don’t want to be the odd one out.

Feeling like you have to obey peer pressure can be tough. It can make teenagers do things they don’t really want to do, just to avoid feeling embarrassed or left out. Some might even lie about their true feelings to avoid being teased or made fun of by their friends. This kind of pressure can have serious consequences on their mental health and self-confidence.

It’s important for young people to be aware of the peer pressure around them and to stand up to it when necessary. They shouldn’t feel ashamed to say no to things they’re not comfortable with, whether it’s drinking alcohol, engaging in body shaming, or any other activity that goes against their values. Learning to sympathize with others who might be feeling the same pressure can also help create a supportive environment where everyone feels accepted for who they are.


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