Đề kiểm tra trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 12, unit 16: The association of south east asian nations (Đề 2)

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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. keen B. deep C. sheer D. meet 2 A. enough B. though C. cough D. rough 3. A. fond B. off C. follow D. honey 4. A. boat B. road C. broad D. coat 5. A. hear B. fear C. dear D. bear 6-10. Pick out the ward that has 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. keen B. deep C. sheer D. meet

2 A. enough B. though C. cough D. rough

3. A. fond B. off C. follow D. honey

4. A. boat B. road C. broad D. coat

5. A. hear B. fear C. dear D. bear

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

6. A. Catholic B. Buddhism C. Muslim D. religion

7. A. Indonesia B. Indo-China C. Christianity D. predominant

8. A. hospitable B. Myanmar C. Philippines D. Capital

9. A. Filipino B. population C. Catholicism D. integration

10 . A. constitute B. strategy C. industrial D. partnership

B. VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURE

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

11. Our ….. goal must be the promotion of the socio-economic cooperation among ASEAN.

A. ending B. ultimate C. last D. eventual

12. The winner has been disqualified for cheating, so justice has been …..

A. done B. made C. set D. achieved

13. New teachers have to ….. the respect of their students.

A. earn B. gain C. catch D. A and B

14. Can the sales force …… its financial objectives?

A. adopt B. achieve C. meet D. B and C

15. Stop fighting you two – shake hands and …… your peace with each other!

A. do B. make C. set D. bring

16. Now that the war is over may there be a …… peace between our nations.

A. lifelong B. long C. lasting D. lengthy

17. Complicated journeys are best undertaken with ……

A. an action plan B. a plan of action

C. a contingency plan D. A and B

18. ….. my daughter reaches the age of sixteen, she will be able to drive.

A. Having B. Since C. Once D. Because

19. Robert will enjoy skiing more the next time he goes to Mt Helens ….. he has had skiing lessons.

A. so that B. before C. now that D. and

20. …..Paul brings the money for our lunch, we’ll go right down to the cafeteria.

A. Since B. As soon as C. Now that D. Until

21. My mouth is burning! This is …. spicy food that I don’t think I can finish it.

A. such B. so C. very D. too

22. Both my books …… from my room last night.

A. were stolen and my wallet B. and my wallet were stolen

C. and my wallet was stolen D. were and my wallet was stolen

23. When …… a dictionary, you need to be able to understand the symbols and abbreviations it contains.

A. having used B. use C. to use D. using

24. Bats are fascinating …….have many interesting and amazing qualities.

A. animals. Therefore, they B. animals, they

C. animals. They D. animals. Because they

25. While …… to help Tom with his math, I got impatient because he wouldn’t pay attention to what I was saying.

A. I am trying B. having tried

C. I try D. trying

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

26. Sally must have called her sister last night, but she arrived home too late to call her.

A B C D

27. Standing among so many strangers, the frightened child began to cryuncontrollable.

A B C D

28. It is difficult to get used to sleep in a tent after having a soft, comfortable bed to lie on.

A B C D

29. The director felt badly about not giving Mary the position that she had found with the company.

A B C D

30. Mary usually arrivesat the office at nine o’clock, but because the storm, she was two hours late.

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. “That’s a lovely new dress, Jean,” said her mother.

A. Jean’s mother complimented her on the lovely new dress.

B. Jean’s mother said she liked her dress.

C. Jean’s mother wanted to buy a lovely new dress.

D. Jean’s mother told her to buy that lovely new dress.

32. I was shocked that John stole the car.

A. John was so shocked that he could not take the car.

B. John’s car was very shocking.

C. The car was stolen, and John was shocked.

D. That John stole the car shocked me.

33. I would have been on time if 1 hadn’t stopped ạt the post office.

A. I was on time even though I stopped at the post office.

B. I didn’t stop at the post office, but I was late.

C. I wasn’t on time because I stopped at the post office.

D. All are correct

34. May I suggest Monday for our trip to Dalat?

A. We must go to Dalat on Monday.

B. We would be allowed to go to Dalat on Monday.

C. Monday is the only day we can manage for the trip.

D. Monday would be a good day for us to go to Dalat.

35. She usually spends one hour driving to work every day.

A. It usually takes her one hour to drive to work every day.

B. She usually works one hour every day.

C. She does not usually drive to work.

D. It usually takes her one hour to work on her car every day.

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:

Cambodia, country in Southeast Asia, also known (36)…… Kâmpuchéa. More than a thousand years ago, Cambodia was the center of the Khmer (Cambodian) kingdom of Angkor, a great empire (37)…… dominated Southeast Asia for 600 years. A monarchy since ancient (38)…… , Cambodia was a French protectorate from 1863 to 1953. A republic replaced the monarchy in 1970, and in 1975 a Communist regime known as the Khmer Rouge (39)…. power, naming the country Democratic Kâmpuchéa. The Khmer Rouge’s brutal repression and radical socialist (40) …… devastated Cambodia’s society and economy. In 1979 anti-Khmer Rouge Communist forces from Vietnam and Cambodia overthrew the Khmer Rouge and established a more moderate socialist State. In 1993 a new constitution restored the (41) …… Cambodia’s official name is the Kingdom of Cambodia.

Cambodia is (42)….. . on the northeast by Laos, on the east and southeast by Vietnam, on the west and northwest by Thailand, and on the southwest by the Gulf of Thailand (Siam). The country’s Capital and largest city is Phnom Penh. Cambodia’s Principal lake, the Tônlé Sap (Great Lake), is the largest in Southeast Asia. From the northwest, the Tônlé Sap drains (43)….. the Mekong via the Tônlé Sab River, (44)…… the Mekong at Phnom Penh. Each year during the monsoon season (approximately May to October), the waters of the Mekong (45)….. and reverse the flow of the Tônlé Sab. The lake then expands dramatically, flooding the provinces along its banks.

36. A. for B. with C. as D. of

37. A. that B. where C. what D. whose

38. A. time B. times C. year D. day

39. A. took B. held C. caught D. kept

40. A. changes B. varieties C. reforms D. transitions

41. A. republic B. monarchy C. socialist D. independence

42. A. bounded B. limited C. edged D. met

43. A. at B. into C. through D. on

44. A. enter B. enters C. to enter D. entering

45. A. rise B. increase C. raise D. A and B

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

Thailand, officially the Kingdom of Thailand (or “Land of the Free”), is a country in Southeast Asia. The country was an absolute monarchy from 1782 until 1932, when rebels seized power in a coup and established a constitutional monarchy. Since then, Thailand has come under the rule of many governments, both civil and military. The country was known as Siam until 1939 (when it was renamed Thailand), and again for a few years in the late 1940s. In 1949 the name Thailand was adopted a second time.

Central Thailand is dominated by a large fertile plain, formed by the country’s chief river, the Chao Phraya, and its tributaries. Much of the country’s rice and other crops are grown in this region. Bangkok, located on the Chao Phraya near the Gulf of Thailand, is Thailand’s Capital and largest city.

Thai people form the large majority of Thailand’s population, and most of them practise Theravada Buddhism. Other ethnic groups within the population include Chinese, Malays, and indigenous hill peoples, such as the Hmong and Karen. Thailand is known for its highly refined classical music and dance and for a wide range of folk arts. Traditionally based on agriculture, Thailand’s economy began developing rapidly in the 1980s.

The Thai have always been an agricultural people of the 1owland valleys and intermontane basins, where they cultivated wet rice with the use of water buffalo and harvested a wide range of fish and shellfish from the rivers and the sea. These occupations were often supplemented, especially in the north and northeast, by the collection of forest Products, ranging from timber, such as teak and bamboo, to foods stored for consumption during the dry season. In the northern mountain valleys, Tai-speaking peoples developed an intricate System of small-scale irrigation, called muang fai. The eventual move to the great Central plain necessitated the development of canals for transportation and, from the late-19th century onwards, of much larger irrigation and flood-control Systems. Small nuclear families occupied villages, comprising a wat and wooden houses on stilts. The pattern of life was governed above all by the seasonal rhythm of the monsoons and by a series of important religious festivals. Many of these festivals were closely associated with fertility and the arrival and ending of the rains.

46. The name of this country in 1948 was ……….

A. Thailand B. Siam

C. the Kingdom of Thailand D. “Land of the Free”

47. Thailand has followed the constitutional monarchy since ……

A. 1782 B. 1932

C. 1949 D. 1980

48. Thai people are famous for ……

A. folk dance

B. highly refined classical music

C. a wide range of folk arts

D. All are correct.

49. People in Thailand develop various kinds of irrigation such as ……

A. an intricate System of small-scale irrigation, called muang fai, by Tai- speaking peoples

B. the development of canals for transportation in the great Central plain

C. large irrigation and flood-control Systems

D. All are correct.

50. The pattern of life in the country was governed by………

A. the cultivation of wet rice

B. the seasonal rhythm of the monsoons and by a series of important religious festivals

C. the harvest of a wide range of fish and shellfish from the rivers and the sea

D. the arrival and ending of the rains

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