Đề kiểm tra trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 12, unit 8: Life in the future (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. fruit B. suit C. fluid D. juice 2. A. beard B. clear C. mere D. healthy 3. A. any B. cat C. matter D. chat 4. A. windy B. official C. migrate D. video 5. A. honour B. hope C. follow D. promise 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. fruit B. suit C. fluid D. juice

2. A. beard B. clear C. mere D. healthy

3. A. any B. cat C. matter D. chat

4. A. windy B. official C. migrate D. video

5. A. honour B. hope C. follow D. promise

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

6. A. chaotic B. proposal C. occupy D. production

7. A. history B. payee C. proceed D. depend

8. A. disease B. design C. moustache D. aspect

9. A. ceremony B. technology C. community D. autography

10. A. piano B. policeman C. museum D. souvenir

B. VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURE

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

11. The announcement was not ……….unexpected.

A. entirely B. completely C. absolutely D.A and B

12. That businessman often …… a contribution to charity.

A. gives B. brings C. hands D. makes

13. Do you enjoy doing the ……. chores?

A. home B. household C. domestic D. B and C

14. Her father …… a heavy burden of responsibility.

A. carried B. bore C. took D. A and B

15. This milk has …….. sour.

A. gone B. become C. came D. A and B

16. The new position lays a ……. on her.

A. responsibility B. burden C. request D. A and B

17. I am …..to say I disagree with you on this point.

A. sure B. bound C. certain D. All are correct

18. The children went ….. with excitement.

A. wild B. wildly C. wilderness D. wildlife

19. Stop trying to ….. my life for me.

A. manage B. run C. organize D.fix

20. …….food for the party, that’s all being taken care of.

A. As for B. As of C. As regards D. As with

21. We are late because we got stuck in …… traffic jam.

A. an B. the C. a D. X

22. …….. industrial Products can be made from soybeans.

A. Many B. Much C. Little D. Lot

23. If you open the door, …….. air will circulate better.

A. an B. a C. few D. X

24. ……. war is as old as mankind.

A. these B. A C. X D. An

25. This artist has ……….or no formal art training.

A. a little B. little C. few D. a few

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

26. Scientists have been trying to search inrenewable energy such as wind and solar energy.

A B C D

27. After my father passed away. he had already seen the success of his children.

A B C D

28. My neighbour accused John about having stolen some of his stamps.

A B C D

29. It was the kind of accident that nobody was really to blame with.

A B C D

30. I can assure you that Peter is a man who you can absolutely depend in.

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. He was very kind to help me with my English.

A. It was very kind of him for helping me to learn English.

B. It was very kind of him to help me learning English.

C. It was very kind of him to help me learn English.

D. It was very kind of him because he helped me to learn English.

32. My sister prefers cooking to washing the dishes.

A. My sister had better cook than wash the dishes.

B. My sister would rather to cook than wash the dishes.

C. My sister would rather cooking to washing the dishes.

D. My sister would rather cook than wash the dishes.

33. The customer accused that the cashier had tried to overcharge her.

A. The customer accused the cashier of trying to overcharge her.

B. The customer accused of the cashier had tried to overcharge her.

C. The customer accused the cashier to try to overcharge her.

D. The customer accused the cashier trying to overcharge her.

34. Many people pass their driving test only at the second attempt.

A. Many people succeed their driving test only at the second attempt.

B. Many people succeed in passing their driving test only at the second attempt.

C. Many people succeed to their driving test only at the second attempt.

D Many people succeed for their driving test only at the second attempt.

35. People are happy with the quality of supermarket food. This follows from the results of the survey.

A. It follows from the results of the survey is that people are happy with the quality of supermarket food.

B. It follows from the results of the survey that people are happy with the quality of supermarket food.

C. It is followed from the results of the survey that people are happy with the quality of supermarket food.

D. Following from the results of the survey that people are happy with the quality of supermarket food.

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:

The big issue for plane-makers for the future is size, not speed. With the skies already full of air traffic, and with worse to come, the important questions for the designers are how many passengers they can (36)….. into the new super- planes and who will be able to build them first. (37) ……yourself ten years from now in a packed airport departure lounge. Eight hundred passengers are waiting with you for their first flight on one of a remarkable range of super-planes, and the check-in time (38)…… have been as much as four hours before take-off to (39)…… for the extra people. Impossible? Far from it. Designs for these planes are already stored on Computer at the world’s top aircraft manufacturers, waiting to be turned (40)…. reality. The airlines badly need the new jets to (41)…. with future increases in passenger numbers. A billion passengers a year are currently carried by plane, but that figure is (42)….. to double by the year 2010. The only practical way of avoiding making the skies even busier is to build much bigger planes. The (43)…. to build the new jets is the hottest contest in the airliner business. Manufacturers are working (44) with the major airlines to produce designs I that will please airlines and passengers (45) ……

36. A. contain B.fit C. hold D. sit

37. A. Consider B. Suppose C. Imagine D. Regard

38. A. can B. need C. ought D. may

39. A. watch B. allow C. look D. permit

40! A. as B. by C. into D for

41. A. deal B. treat C. manage D. succeed

42. A. expected B. thought C. known D. hoped

43. A. game B. sport C. match D. race

44. A. tightly B. strongly C. closely D. firmly

45. A. equal B. alike C. similar D. same

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

Some day people will certainly try to build settlements on the moon. The best place for houses in a moon town will be a cave or a tunnel. Underground houses will not be squashed by meteorites that constantly foil on the moon from outer space. This will be important on the moon, since daytime is so hot that food could be cooked in the rocks, and the nights get bitterly cold.

Pioneer moon homes may be made of airtight plastic that can be blown up like a balloon inside a cave. The reasons is that the moon has no air around it. The pioneers will have take along from the earth the oxygen masks when they are away from home. But the balloon house itself will be filled with air. Perhaps the house will have beds, tables and chairs, built into it. These can be inflated, too. So people will sleep, eat, and work on air! Moon-house building will be easy. The moon’s gravity is less than the earth’s. Everything weighs only one sixth as much as it does on the earth.

46. In a moon town, what is the best place for house?

A. A cave. B. A balloon.

C. A tunnel. D. Either A or C.

47. Which of the following is TRUE?

A. The people on the moon will not leave their homes.

B. The people on the moon will wear oxygen masks when they leave their homes.

C. The moon homes are of plastic.

D. The temperature in a cave changes as much as the temperature outside.

48. Why will the pioneers have to take along from the earth the oxygen they need for breathing?

A. Because the moon homes are made of airtight plastic.

B. Because the balloon house will be filled with air.

C. Because moon people will sleep, eat and work on air.

D. Because the moon has no air around it.

49. If a stone weighs 18 tons on the earth, how much does it weigh on the moon?

A. Six tons. B. Fifty-five tons.

C. One hundred and eight tons. D. Three tons.

50. According to the passage, can people build cities on the moon?

A. No, they can’t.

B. Perhaps people can do.

C. Of course. People can build cities on the moon in the future.

D. People only think so.

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