Đề kiểm tra trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 12, unit 2: Cultural diversity (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. A. PHONETICS 1. A. passed B. realized C. wished D. touched 2. A. enjoyed B. moved C. achieved D. liked 3. A. wicked B. wanted C. needed D. filled 4. A. jumped B. picked C. relaxed D. suited 5. A. hooked B. hissed C. traveled...

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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.

A. PHONETICS

1. A. passed B. realized C. wished D. touched

2. A. enjoyed B. moved C. achieved D. liked

3. A. wicked B. wanted C. needed D. filled

4. A. jumped B. picked C. relaxed D. suited

5. A. hooked B. hissed C. traveled D. diminished

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

6. A. generation B. American C. preparation D. independent

7. A. conical B. ancestor C. ceremony D. traditional

8. A. banquet B. schedule C. diameter D. blessing

9. A. recently B. oblige C. attitude D. marriage

10. A. approval B. attractive C. sacrifice D. romantic

B. VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURE

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

11. He developed his own program …….partnership with an American expert.

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

12. Her parents ……… sacrifices so that she could have a good education.

A. made B. did C. provided D. lent

13. All our suggestions were rejected …….

A. off hand B. off the hand

C. out of hand D. out hand

14. Does television adequately reflect the ethnic and cultural /of the country?

A. diversity B. differences C. alterations D. A and B

15. The City centre was packed with thousands of tourists of different races and ……….+

16. +

A. civilizations B. cultures C. customs D. B and C

17. I have confidence in her. She’ll be perfect for the job.

A. every B. complete C. whole D. A and B

18. The economy is regarded as the …….. factor which will determine the outcome of the general election.

A. major B. decisive C. key D. All are correct

18. Did you say that you …….. here only three days ago?

A. came B. have come C. had came D. come

19. I haven’t heard from Maria ……..

A. since many months before B. for many months

C. for many months ago D. since a long time

20. This book is so long that I…….

A. haven’t finished it yet B. haven’t finished it already

C. still have finished it D. still haven’t finished it already

21. “Are Alice and Tom still living in New York?” “No, they to Dallas.”

A. are just moved B. had just moved

c. have just moved t D. will just move

22. “Where is the new stove that you bought yesterday?” “The color didn’t match,

so I …….. it to the store.”

A. return B. had returned C. returned D. did return

23. “You and Michael seem to be getting along well.” “Yes, I ….. him better than before.”

A. liking B. like C. liked D. have liked

24. “How are you feeling?” “I’ve been feeling better since .”

A. the doctor has came B. the doctor will come

c. the doctor had come D. the doctor came

25. “Isn’t it hard to drive downtown to work?” “Yes, that’s why I…. to work by train.”

A. have been going B. have went

C. have been gone D. going

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

26. John used to live in London, but his company had him be transferred to a – better position in Manchester.

A B C D

27. All the passengers haven’t realized that they were in danger until they heard the pilot’s announcement

A B C D

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28. I’ve been being lost one of my keys, I must have dropped it somewhereinthe classroom this morning.

A B C D

29. Having lived in the United States for two years, Thu used to speaking English with all her friends.

A B C D

30. To look at the audience, the contestant gave her answer with confidence.

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. My brother has been doing his homework since 8 pm.

A. My brother is studying very hard.

B. My brother spends a lot of time doing his homework.

C. My brother’s homework has been done.

D. My brother started doing his homework at 8 pm.

32. I am sorry that I have made you so disappointed.

A. I regret to make you so disappointed.

B. I apologize having made you so disappointed.

C. I apologize disappointing you.

D. I regret having made you so disappointed.

33. If only I had taken his advice.

A. I wish I followed his advice.

B. I wish I have taken his advice.

C. I regret not having taken his advice.

D. I regret not to take his advice.

34. Jane refused to attend his birthday party, which made him feel sad.

A. Jane’s refusal to attend his birthday party made him feel sad.

B. Jane made him sad despite her refusal to attend his birthday party

C. He felt sad not to be able to attend her birthday party.

D. Jane refused to attend his birthday party because it made him sad.

35. Had I known more about Computer programming, I would have worked for a Computer company.

A. I didn’t know much about Computer programming so I didn’t work for a Computer company.

B. A better knowledge of Computer programming will help me find a job in a Computer company.

c. I wish I knew more about Computer programming and could work for a Computer company.

D. Knowing more about Computer programming, I would find a job in a Computer company.

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:

Throughout the world there are different (36) …. for people to greet each other. In much of the world, a handshake is the (37)…. form of welcoming and greeting someone. In many countries around the Mediterranean Sea a (38) … kiss on the cheek is the appropriate way to welcome friends and family. It can be a very (39)… surprise if you expect to shake hands and get a kiss or a hug instead.

At times, it is difficult to tell what sort of greeting (40)… is followed. People may bow, (41)….. another’s arm or even slap the other person on the back. In some places people just smile, look at (42)….. face and say nothing.

Most people in the world are (43) ….of visitors and don’t mind what travelers do that seems wrong as long as the visitors are (44)… . A big part of the (45)…. of world travel is experiencing different customs.

36. A. means B. ways C. methods D. techniques

37. A. different B. unique C. common D. same

38. A. light B. superficial C. fast D. heavy

39. A. huge B. large C. big D. great

40. A. habit B. routine C. custom D. tradition

41. A. take B. grab C. shake D. wave

42. A. each other B. the others C. theirs D. the other’s

43. A. kind B. generous C. tolerant D. independent

44. A. sincere B. truthful C. faithful D. hopeful

45. A. interest B. pleasure C. comfort D. delightfulness

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

There are many stereotypes about the character of people in various parts of the United States. In the Northeast and Midwest, people are said to be closed and private. In the South and West, however, they are often thought of as being more open and hospitable. Ask someone from St. Louis where the nearest sandwich shop is, and he or she will politely give you directions. A New Yorker might eye you at first and after deciding it is safe to talk to you, might give you a rather unexpected explanation. A person from Georgia might be very kind about directing you and even suggest some different places to eat. A Texan just might take you to the place and treat you to lunch.

American stereotypes are known for their hospitality and warmth. New Englanders are often thought of as being friendly and helpful. Southerners are known for their hospitality and warmth. People from the western part of the United States are often considered very outgoing. These differences in character can be traced to different factors such as climate, living conditions, and historical development.

When travelling from place to place, Americans themselves are often surprised at the different degrees of friendliness in the United States.

46. The main idea of the passage is ……..

A. even Americans are surprised at the differences among themselves

B. there are many differences in character in different parts of the USA

C. there are many reasons for the differences

D. stereotypes about people are not necessarily true

47. Which of the following is true according to the passage?

A. New Yorkers are usually open with strangers.

B. People from the South are usually considered good hosts.

C. The friendliest Americans travel from place to place.

D. Different parts have different customs and habits.

48. The differences lie in the following except of the parts.

A. the weather B. the history

C. geography D. the names

49. The word “outgoing” in the second paragraph may probably mean .

A. friendly B. normal

C. curious D. strange

50. What are American stereotypes known for?

A. Being friendly and helpful. B. The hospitality and warmth.

C. Being outgoing. D. All are correct

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