Đề kiểm tra trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 12, unit 5: Higher education (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 deal B. dream C. heal D. jealous

2. A. taught B. laughter C. naughty D. slaughter

3. A. weight B. height C. eight D. vein

4. A. few B. sew C. knew D. new

5. A. accurate B. accept C. accident D. success

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

6. A. authority B. eliminate C. education D. eradicate

7. A. activity B. extremely C. photography D. entertainment

8. A. backpack B. financial C. hostel D. operate

9. A. welcoming B. freedom C. leisure D. adventure

10. A. environment B. famous C. climate D. colorful

B. VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURE

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

11. We must ……to a decision about what to do next by tomorrow.

A. come B. go C. reach D. get

12. She has …… a decisive role in the peace negotiations.

A. done B. made C. played D. AU are correct

13. The project is a decisive …… towards a cleaner environment.

A. pace B. movement C. Corning D. step

14. Preference will be ….. to graduates of this university.

A. given B. left C. reserved D. handed

15. She ……her entrance after all the other guests had arrived.

A. did B. made C. had D. AU are correct

16. The police were unable to ……entrance to the house.

A. have B. do C. gain D. receive

17. When the post finally …….vacant, they offered it to Fiona.

A. fell B. became C. turned out D. A and B

18. The government must take decisive …….on gun control.

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

19. I wrote down the name of the hotel for future ……

A. memory B. thinking C. information D. reference

20. Do you think marks given by teachers are performance ….. for students?

A. marks B. indicators C. levels D. ranks

21. Trees won’t grow …… there is enough water.

A. if B. when C. unless D. as

22. ……….she agreed, you would have done it.

A. If B. Had C. Should D. Would

23. If you….. to be chosen for the job, you’11 have to be experienced in the field.

A. want B. wanted C. had wanted D. wants

24. If the doctor had arrived sooner, the boy ……

A. might be saved B. have been saved

C. was saved D. might have been saved

25. If you just approach the job with the right attitude, things well.

A. would have turned out B. will tum out

C. would turn out D. turns out

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

26. Come with us this weekend! My father never gets annoyed as if the children make so much noise,

A B C D

27. I told John that he had to study his lessons carefully even if he wants to pass this examination.

A B C D


28 Had it not beenfor my father’s advice. I would have done a serious mistake.

A B C D

29. It wasn’t until I graduated from university that I didn’t realize the value of good education.

A B C D

30. I’m very gladthat you have donelots of progress this semester.

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 he doesn’t want to work, he should leave school.

A. He’s sorry he left school and began to work.

B. He isn’t interested in working and hasn’t left school.

C. He hasn’t begun work yet but has already left school.

D. He’s still at school but would like to work as soon as possible.

32. If only you had told me the truth about the theft.

A. You should have told me the truth about the theft.

B. Only if you had told me the truth about the theft.

C. Had you told me the truth, there wouldn’t have been the theft.

D. You only told me the truth if there was the theft.

33. If we had lost the map, we would never have found our way.

A. We will find our way unless we lose the map.

B. We found our way because we didn’t lose the map.

C. We would have lost our way if we had lost the map.

D. If we lose the map, we wouldn’t find our way.

34. He didn’t hurry so he missed the plane.

A. If he hurried, he wouldn’t miss the plane.

B. If he had hurried, he might catch the plane.

C. If he had hurried, he could have caught the plane.

D. He didn’t miss the plane because he hurried.

35. Hardly anybody applied for the job.

A. Nobody applied for the job because it was hard.

B. Anybody found it hard to apply for the job.

C. There were very few applicants for the job.

D. Anybody applied hardly for the job.

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:

In the us, colleges of pharmacy offer five-year undergraduate programs (36)….. to the degree of Bachelor of Science in the pharmaceutical Sciences. AU (37)…. students directly from high schools (38)….. may grant advanced standing to college students or graduates. Licenses are granted by the States after the following requirements have been (39)…. : graduation from one of 72 colleges with programs (40)….. by the American council on Pharmaceutical Education; about 1,500 hours of internship (41)…… a registered pharmacist; (42)….. completion of a State examination. Pharmacists may practise their (43)….. in a pharmacy located in a hospital, nursing home, or special area of a drugstore. They may also be (44)…… by a pharmaceutical company in scientific research for the (45)…… and production of new pharmaceutical Products.

36. A. Corning B. leading C. owing D. thanks

37. A. accept B. agree C. ask D. require

38. A. or B. nor C. either D. and

39. A. met B. seen C. given D. omitted

40. A. accredited B. pointed C. applied D. shown

41. A. on B. under C. in D. by

42. A. satisfactory B. satisfied C. satisfying D. satisfaction

43. A. work B. profession C. vocation D. amateur

44. A. rented B. admitted C. employed D. applied

45. A. furnishing B. enjoyment C. attachment D. development

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

Ann Whitney, a student at Colorado University, first had a problem taking tests when she began college. “I was always well prepared for my tests. Sometimes I studied for weeks before a test. Yet I would go into taking the test, only to find I couldn’t answer the questions correctly. 1 would blank out because of nervousness and fear. I couldn’t think of the answer. My low grades on the tests did not show

what I know to the teacher.” Another student in microbiology had similar experience.

These two young students were experiencing something called anxiety. Because a student worries and is uneasy about a test, his or her mind does not work as well as it usually does. The student cannot write or think clearly because of the extreme tension and nervousness. Although poor grades are often a result of poor study habits, sometimes test anxiety causes the low grades. Recently, test anxiety has been recognized as a real problem, not just an excuse or a false explanation of lazy students.

Special university counseling courses try to help students. In these courses, counselors try to help students by teaching them how to manage test anxiety.

An expert at the University of California explains, “With almost all students, relaxation and less stress are left after our program. Most of them experience better control during their tests. Almost all have some improvement.”

46. Poor grades are usually the result of …….

A. poor hygienic habits B. laziness

C. lack of sleep D. inability to form good study habits

47. Test anxiety has been recognized as ……

A. an excuse for laziness

B. the result of poor study habits

C. a real problem

D. something that can’t be changed

48. To deal with this problem, students say they want to…..

A. take a short course on anxiety

B. know the results of poor study habits

C. be able to manage or understand their anxiety

D. take tests to prove they are not anxious

49. A University of California counselor said…..

A. all students could overcome the anxiety after taking a special test anxiety program.

B. almost all students felt less stressful after taking a University of California counseling course

C. students found it difficult to improve even though they had taken a special test anxiety courses

D. students found it easy to relax as soon as they altered a University of California counseling course

50. To “blank out” is probably ……

A. to be like a blanket B. to be sure of an answer

C. to be unable to think clearly D. to show knowledge to be a teacher


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