Đề kiểm tra trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 12: Test yourself E

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A. PHONETICS 1- 5. Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words. 1. A. thorough B. enough C. rough D. tough 2. A. horizon B. arisen C. lift D. thrill 3. A. brilliant B. strip C. stripe D. tip 4. A. alone B. worried C. smoke D. host 5. A. ache B. break C. paid D. bread 6 -10. Pick out the...

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A. PHONETICS

1- 5. Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.

1. A. thorough B. enough C. rough D. tough

2. A. horizon B. arisen C. lift D. thrill

3. A. brilliant B. strip C. stripe D. tip

4. A. alone B. worried C. smoke D. host

5. A. ache B. break C. paid D. bread

6 -10. Pick out the word that has the stress differently from that of the other words.

6. A. facility B. enthusiasm C. generosity D. participant

7. A. proposal B. goalkeeper C. footballer D. sportsmanship

8. A. medalist B. gymnasium C. tournament D. ceremony

9. A. teammate B. athlete C. postpone D. standstill

10. A. ministry B. policy C. community D. luckily

B. VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURE

11-25. Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence.

11. When Newton was 22 year old, he began ….. the theory of gravitation.

A. study B. studies C. to study D. studied

12. Who will take …. of their children?

A. careless B. care C. careful D. carefully

13. Do you mind … the cooking?

A. for doing B. doing C. to do D. do

14. Do you know the woman …. Over there?

A. who sit B. sat C. sitting D. sits

15. You can learn to move information from your short – term memory …. Your long- term memory.

A. to B. with C. in D. by

16. The children were completely fascinated …..

A. on the story the teacher told them

B. by the teacher told the story

C. on the story telling them by the teacher

D. by the story the teacher told them.

17. Wild animals are ….. almost everywhere.

A. serious threatened B. serious threaten

C. seriously threaten D. seriously threatened

18. ……. you tell me the price of these shoes, please?

A. Ought B. May C. Do D. Could

19. Cuba is ….. sugar growing areas in the world.

A. one of the largest B. one of the larger

C. one of largest D. largest

20. If I were you, I …… him as my nephew.

A. will have treated B. am treating

C. would treat D. will treat

21. My little sister is very good ……. drawing.

A. on B. at C. in D. of

22. “…… about the eight o’clock flight to Chicago?” “Not yet.”

A. Has been an announcement made

B. Has an announcement made

C. Has an announcement been made

D. Has been made an announcement

23. Last night a tornado swept through Rockville. It…… everything in its path.

A. destroyed B. was destroyed

C. was being destroyed D. had been destroyed

24. Be sure to wash the vegetables thoroughly. A lot of pesticides residue on unwashed produce.

A. can find B. can found

C. can be found D. can be finding

25. Wait a minute! The table …….

A. is being laid B. had been laid

C. is laid D. has been laid

26 – 30. Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.

26. The man interviewedfor the job was intelligent and wasn’t very appreciated because of his bad behaviour.

A B C D

27. The undersea world is always saidto have been an interesting world full of fascinating creatures.

A B C D

28. Teaching young children is not so different with teaching teenagers.

A B C D

29. The thing that I found it most surprisedwas his attitude.

A B C D

30. I passed my exam last summer, but my friend has just failed her.

A B C D

31 – 35. Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C or D which has the same meaning as the given one.

31. The question is too important to forget.

A. We must ask the question.

B. The question is not important.

C. We must try to forget the question.

D. We must remember the question.

32. He offered to help her with the heavy suitcase, which vas kind.

A. The suitcase which he offered to help her with was nice.

B. It was kind of him to offer to help her with the heavy suitcase.

C. He offered to help her but the suitcase was too heavy.

D. It was kind of her to offer to help him with the heavy suitcase

33. The girl wanted to keep her accident quiet.

A. The girl wanted to hide her accident.

B. The girl wanted to explain her accident to her friends.

C. The girl wanted to report her accident.

D. The girl wanted to talk about her accident quietly.

34. There is not much to choose between the two essays.

A. One essay is just as bad as the other.

B. Both essays are great.

C. One of the essays is optional.

D. Either essays can be chosen.

35. I regret lending him money.

A. I did not lend him money.

B. I wish I had lent him money.

C. He did not borrow money from me.

D. I lent him money and I regret now.

C. READING

36 – 45. Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage:

Synchronized swimming was developed (36)…. water ballet, which was first performed in the early 20th century. The first synchronized swimming competition in the United States was a (37)….. between Wright Junior College and the Chicago Teacher’s College in 1939. In 1941 the sport was (38)….. by the Amateur Athletic Union of the United States, (39)….. the governing body over many amateur sports in the United States. Synchronized swimming became a (40)…. event in the Pan American Games in 1955 in Mexico City.

Synchronized swimming debuted at the Olympic Games in 1984 in Los Angeles, California, (41)…… solo and duet events. At those Games, American athletes won (42)….. events. Tracie Ruiz won the solo gold medal, and she teamed with Candy Costie to win the duet competition. At the 1992 Games in Barcelona, Spain, American Kristen Babb-Sprague won the solo gold medal, (43)…… Americans Karen Josephson and Sarah Josephson won the duet competition. Only the solo and duet competitions were held at the 1984, 1988, and 1992 Olympic Games. For the 1996 Games in Atlanta, Georgia, team competition (44)….. the solo and duet categories, and the United States won the gold medal. For the 2000 Games in Sydney, Australia, synchronized swimming featured duet and team events.

The international goveming body for the sport is the Fédération Internationalde Natation Amateur (FINA; French for “International Federation of Amateur Swimming”), (45)…… in Lausanne, Switzerland.

36. A. toward B. from C. under D. in

37. A. meet B. meets C. meeting D. met

38. A. realized B. recognized C. admitted D. confirmed

39. A. or B. but C. then D. later

40. A. competing B. competion C. competitive D. All are correct

41. A. with B. of C. for D. on

42 A. all B. either C. both D. some

43. A. while B. when C. as D. since

44. A. substituted B. placed C. stood for D. replaced

45. A. located B. situate C.lie D. All are correct

46 – 50. Choose the item among A, B, C or D that best answers the question about the passage:

What makes Science fiction the literature for so many? Arthur c. Clarke, the novelist and scientist, gave a good answer once, when asked why he chose to write in this genre: “Because,” he said, “no other literature is concerned with reality.”

Clarke did not say what sort of reality he had in mind, but there are two that suggest themselves. One of those significant realities of our time is Science and technology. Those are the things that have made this century move so fast, in ways that earlier generations could hardly even imagine, and Science fiction has played some part in accelerating their progress, in the 1930s there was no television, radio showed little interest in Science, even the daily newspapers covered it scantily and not very well; but science-fiction magazines were exploiting in every pulpwood issue the latest concepts from genetics and nuclear physics to cosmology. I think it is so fair to say that a majority of the world’s leading scientists today were first turned on to their subjects by reading science-fiction stories.

The other reason for a fascination with Science fiction is that the Central fact of contemporary life is rapid, ever-accelerating change, change that alters the rules of all our lives all the time. And Science fiction is, in Science, the literature of change.

46. Which of the following would be the best title for this passage?

A. Why Read Science Fiction?

B. How Science Relates to Reality?

C. Popular Literature of the 1930s.

D. Topics in Science Fiction.

47. What is the author’s main purpose in this passage?

A. To explain the popularity of science-fiction literature.

B. To show the need for science-fiction literature.

C. To classify different types of literature.

D. To discuss the work of Arthur C. Clarke.

48. According to the passage which of the following carried news of Science and technology to the public in the 1930s?

A. Radio broadcasts.

B. Science-fiction magazines.

C. Television programs.

D. Newspaper coverage.

49. The author mentions all of the following as being part of the reality with which science-fiction is concerned EXCEPT….. .

A. change B. Science

C. publication D. technology

50. The phrase “turned on to” as used in paragraph 2 could best be replaced by which of the following?

A. employed by B. disenchanted with

C. introduced to D. changed by

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