Đề kiểm tra trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 12, Test yourself A

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1-5. Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.

1. A. feather B. leather C. feature D. measure

2. A. growth B. breathe C. method D. synthetic

3. A. Valentine B. imagine C. discipline D. magazine

4. A. blow B. show C. hole D. cow

5. A. genuine B. geneticist C. guarantee D. generate

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

6. A. because B. method C. Standard D. wooden

7 A. ashtray B. music C. severe D. temper

8. A. farewell B. thoughtful C. toward D. approach

9. A. mischievous B. family C. supportive D. suitable

10. A. bridegroom B. bamboo C. wedding D. survey


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

11. These tax cuts will give industry ……..

A. a supportive hand B. a helping hand

C. an assisting hand D. a supported hand

12. The report notes that forty per cent of lawyers….. the profession are women.

A. entering B. joining C. joining in D. joining up

13. He needs a hobby to keep him busy and stop him from ……mischief.

A. Corning into B. going in C. getting into D. getting on

14. She …… no secret of her dislike of her father.

A. does B. makes C. expresses D. conveys

15. She said she’d prefer us to arrive …… nine o’clock.

A. no after than B. not after than

C. not later than D. no later than

16. I have an apology ….. to you – I’m afraid I opened your letter by mistake.

A. do B. to do C. make D. to make

17. He’s demanding a ….. apology …..the newspaper for making untrue allegations about his personal life.

A. full -to B. complete-of

c. entire – from D. full – from

18. The traffic lights turned green as we ….. the junction.

A. approach B. approach to C. approached D. approached to

19. Thank you so much for your help – I hope one day I’ll be able to …..

A. return B. repay C. replace D. A and B

20. They’re organizing a campaign to ….people’s attention…..the environmentally harmful effects of using their car.

A. pay – to B. draw – to

C. pay – for D. draw – for

21. The little girl asked what ….. to her friends.

A. has happened B. happened

C. had happened D. would have been happened

22. John …. A book when I saw him.

A. is reading B. read C. was reading D. reading

23. He said he… return later.

A. will B. would C. can D. would be

24. Jack …..the door.

A. has just opened B. open

c. will have opened D. opening

25. I have been waiting for you ………..

A. since early morning B. since 9 a.m.

C. for two hours D. All are correct

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

26. The workers reported the man whohas already triedto break into the car to the police.


27. Peter refused telling us the reason why he didn’t cometo the class meeting last week.


28. The car whose quality is very good has been used for a long time so far.


29. Both a term paperand a final exam is often required for a college class.


30. The purpose of traveller’s cheque is to protect travelers from theft and accidental lost of money.


31 -35. Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C or D which has the same meaning as the given one.

31.1 tried to explain the problem to you but you ref used to listen.

A. Because you refused to listen to the problem I tried to explained.

B. You didn’t want to accept the problem.

C. You refused to listen because I tried to explain the problem.

D. You wouldn’t let me explain the problem to you.

32. In view of the effort we put in, the rewards aren’t very great.

A. Considering the effort we put in,, the rewards aren’t very great.

B. In considering the effort we put in, the rewards aren’t very great.

C. Knowing the effort we put in, the rewards aren’t very great.

D. Finding out the effort we put in, the rewards aren’t very great.

33. My sister said to me, “You’re going to do the washing up, don’t forget.”

A. My sister told me to do the washing up.

B. My sister reminded me not to forget to do the washing up.

C. My sister ordered me to do the washing up.

D. My sister reminded me to do the washing up.

34. “I was at home last night,” he said.

A. He said that I was at home last night.

B. He told me that he had been at home the previous night.

C. He said that he has been at home last night.

D. He said that he was at home the night before.

35. The teacher asked Tom to repeat what Tom had just said.

A. “Will you please repeat what Tom said?” the teacher asked.

B. “Please repeat what you have just said, Tom!” said the teacher.

C. “Please repeat what I have just told you, Tom”, the teacher asked.

D. “Would you mind repeating what I have just said?” said the teacher.


36 – 45. Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage:

In a small village in North Yorkshire, there is a big old farmhouse (36) ….three families live together. Alice and George and their three children, Joe and Pam and their two children, and Sue and her baby daughter. The adults divide up the work (37)…… them. George does the cooking, Joe and Sue do (38)…. the housework. Pam looks after the shopping and (39)…. the repairs, and Alice takes care of the garden.

Alice, George and Sue go out to work. Joe works at home (40)…… Computer Systems, and Pam, who is a painter, looks after the baby during the day. Two of the children go to school in (41)….. village, but the three oldest ones go by bus to the secondary school in the nearest town, ten miles (42)……

The three families get (43)….. well, and enjoy their way of life. And they all say they would much (44) …. go on living in their old farmhouse (45)…..move to a luxury flat in a big city.

36. A. where B. which C. that D. in where

37. A. in B. into C. within D. between

38. A. most B. almost C. most of D. almost of

39. A. fulfils B. prepares C. does D. makes

40. designing B. designs C. who designs D. and designs

41. A. an B. an C. that D. the

42. A. away B. long C. apart D. far

43. A. with B. in C. on D. off

44. A. prefer B. like C. have D. rather

45. A. to B. than C. then D. therefore

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

British society is considered to be divided into three main groups of classes – the upper class, the middle class, and the lower or working class. This is known as the class System and it is important to know something about it, if you mean to understand British people and society. Most British people grow up with a deep knowledge and understanding of the class System even if they are not very conscious of it. As a result, more people know which class they belong to and are able to tell which class other people come from by the way they speak, the kind of clothes they wear, their interests and hobbies or even the type of food they eat.

Social class is not only about behaviour and attitudes. For example, although many upper-class people are rich and may own a lot of land, having a lot of money does not necessarily make a person one member of the upper class. It is also important to come from a particular kind of family, have friends who are considered suitable, have been to a certain type of private school and speak with the right kind of accent. There are people who are poor but they do not think of themselves as working class because their family background, education, political opinions, etc are basically different from those of most working-class people. Many people do not like the class System but it is impossible to pretend that these differences do not exist or that British people do not sometimes form opinions in this way.

46. According to the passage, you cannot judge an Englishman’s social class by….

A. where he was bom B. the way he speaks

C. the clothes he wears D. the interests he had

47. The idea of the class System in Britain ……

A. exists only in the mind of foreigners

B. is deeply rooted in the British people

C. is now under severe attack

D. is regarded as an old custom

48. If an Englishman has much money, …..

A. he belongs to the middle class

B. he must be a member of the upper class

C. he is not likely to be from the upper class

D. he may buy an upper class title with the money

49. What does the second paragraph mainly discuss?

A. Many rich people do not belong to the upper class.

B. Today many British people do not like the class System,

C. Many poor people do not consider themselves.

D. An Englishman’s social class is determined by many factors.

50. What would be the best title for the passage?

A. An unequal Society. B. Social Class in Britain.

C. British People and Society. D. Information about Britain.

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