Đề kiểm tra trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 12, unit 5: Higher education (Đề 1)

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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. myth B. with C. both D. tenth 2. A. comb B. plumb C. climb D. disturb 3. A. discipline B. vision C. cylinder D. muscle 4. A. says B. plays C. days D. raise 5. A. come B. roll C. comb D. grow 6 -10. Pick out the word...

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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. myth B. with C. both D. tenth

2. A. comb B. plumb C. climb D. disturb

3. A. discipline B. vision C. cylinder D. muscle

4. A. says B. plays C. days D. raise

5. A. come B. roll C. comb D. grow

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

6. A. controversy B. legendary C. necessary D. February

7. A. electrician B. comfortable C. manufacture D. accidental

8. A. refrigerate B. indefinite C. magnificent D. economic

9. A. corporation B. technology C. preparation D. disappointment

10. A. collocation B. operation C. loneliness D. malnutrition

B. VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURE

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

11. It is a software package to ……your requirements.

A. meet B. fulfill C. satisfy D. AU are correct

12. These goods are more than we need; they are….. to requirements.

A. extra B. surplus C. addition D. bonus

13. The college ……..specialist language courses.

A. runs B. provides C. manages D. A and B

14. He decided to …… a course in art and design.

A. sit B. take C. do D. B and C

15. ……. course is a course of study that you do at home, using books and exercises sent to you by post or by email.

A. Distant B. Distance

C. Correspondent D. Correspondence

16. What course of ………would you recommend?

A. act B. action C. activity D. direction

17. She failed to gain…… to the university of her choice.

A. permission B. admission C. permit D. allowance

18. You shouldn’t ……an offer like that.

A. refuse B. decline C. say ‘no’ to D. AU are correct

19. The course consists of ten…… modules and five….. modules.

A. core – compulsory B. middle – optional

C. core – optional D. Central – optional

20. He is really bad at …….decisions.

A. doing B. making C. taking D. being made

21.I wouldn’t go there at night if I ……. you.

A. am B. was C. were D. B and c are correct

22. If I …… get a pole, ru go fishing.

A. can B. could C. may D. might

23. If they had enough time, they….. head South.

A. will B. can C. must D. might

24. If you had the chance, ……you go fishing?

A. did B. may C. would D. do

25. If you …… a choice, which country would you visit?

A. have B. had C. have had D. will have

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

26. There were lots of people at the meeting last night, weren’tthey?

A B C D

27. The teacher told the students not to hesitateasking if they had a question.

A B C D

28. Unless anyone takes a holiday, we will not be able to finish the work.

A B C D

29. If drivers do not obey the traffic regulations, theywill stopped and fined.

A B C D

30. If your motorbike had not broken down. we wouldn’t have been late for his party and he wouldn’t get so upset like that.

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. If we have a lot of money, we can spend our holiday’ in the United States.

A. We are able to spend our holiday in the United States if we have a lot of money.

B. Unless we have much money, we can’t be able to spend our holiday in the United States.

C. If we have a lot of money, we will be able to spend our holiday in the United States.

D. If we had a lot of money, we would be able to spend our holiday in the United States.

32. Martha told me she had to be home by nine o’clock.

A. Martha said it was necessary for her to be home at nine o’clock.

B. Martha told me that she would be at home at nine o’clock this evening.

C. Martha said that she usually returned home before nine o’clock.

D. Martha told me she was at home at nine o’clock every evening.

33. ‘if he had been more careful in his business, he wouldn’t have gone bankrupt.

A. He wasn’t careful enough in his business so he went bankrupt.

B. As a result of his carelessness he has gone bankrupt.

C. Being careless he went bankrupt

D. He goes bankrupt because he is careless in his business.

34. I would rather you stopped talking about her.

A. I would rather stop talking about her.

B. I prefer you not to talk about her any more.

C. I would rather you not talk about her

D. I want you to talk about her.

35. I can’t stand it when people criticize me in public.

A. People can’t criticize me in public.

B. When people criticize me in public I don’t stand there.

C. I can’t stand in public when people criticize me .

D. I hate being criticized in public.

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:

Like any other universities, the Open University can give you a degree. However, you don’t have to (36)…. working to study. It can also open up a whole variety (37)….. interest. If you have (38)….. studied before, you will enjoy the special, new pleasure of (39)….. your knowledge. You will make friends of (40)….. kinds. You may also (41)…. that your qualification provides new career opportunities.

You don’t actually (42)…. to the Open University for lectures, but study at home, using television, radio and Computer software. You can (43)….. one class a month if you wish at an Open University centre. Of course, there are exams to take, as in (44)….. university. If you (45)….like to know more, all you have to do is to complete the form below. It could be the start of a wonderful new period in your life.

36. A. stop B. end C. break D. leave

37. A. from B. of C. in D. for

38. A. ever B. never C. often D. always

39. A. growing B. changing C. adding D. increasing

40. A all B. each C. both D. every

41. A. suggest B. find C. wish D. want

42 A. join B. enter C. arrive D go

43. A. give B. attend C. learn D. study

44. A. any B. some C. many D. most

45. A. did B. will C. would D. can

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

“Where is the university?” is a question many visitors to Cambridge ask, but no one can give them a clear answer, for there is no wall to be found around the university. The university is the City. You can find the classroom buildings, libraries, museums and offices of the university all over the city. And most of its members are the students and teachers or professors of the thirty-one colleges.

Cambridge was an already developing town long before the first students and teachers arrived 800 years ago. It grew up by the river Granta, as the Cam was once calied. A bridge was built over the river as early as 875.

In the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries more and more land was used for college buildings. The town grew much faster in the nineteenth century after the opening of the railway in 1845. Cambridge became a City in 1951 and now it has the population of over 100,000. Many young students want to study at Cambridge. Thousands of people from all over the world come to visit the university town. It has become a famous place all around the world.

46. Why do most visitors come to Cambridge?

A. To see University.

B. To study in the colleges in Cambridge.

C. To find the classroom buildings.

D. To use the libraries of the universities.

47. Around what time did the university begin to appear?

A. In the 8th century. B. In the 9th century.

C. In the 13th century. D. In the 15th century.

48. Why did people name Cambridge the “city of Cambridge”?

A. Because the river was very well-known.

B. Because there is a bridge over the Cam.

C. Because it was a developing town.

D. Because there is a river named Granta.

49. After which year did the town really begin to develop?

A After 800. B. After 875.

C. After 1845. D. After 1951.

50. From what we read we know that now Cambridge is …..

A. visited by international tourists

B. a City without wall

C. a City of growing population

D. a city that may have a wall around it


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