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

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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. please B. pleasant C. measure D. meadow

2. A. bruise B. cruise C. ruin D. suit

3. A. early B. rehear C. rear D. tearless

4. A. teach B. sandwich C. bench D. watch

5 A. aisle B. talks C. quest D. attacks

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

6. A. contain B. reject C. concern D. frozen

7. A. development B. employment C. industrial D. modernize

8. A. encourage B. determine C. emphasize D. commitment

9. A. well-being B. reality C. Internet D. demanding

10. A. rapidly B. cooperate C. prosperity D. celebrity

B. VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURE

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

11. The bomb explosion was one of the worst ……of terrorism that Italy has experienced in recent years.

A. acts B. actions C. activities D. All are correct

12. Our job is to …… new technology to modernize government Services.

A. use B. harness C. apply D. All are correct

13. Well, fancy seeing you here! This really is an unexpected …….!

A. enjoyment B.joy C. pleasure D. happiness

14. Contrary to all ……., she was accepted by the academy.

A. expectations B. expect C. hope D. anticipation

15. We missed our flight but, ……., got there on time.

A. unbelievably B. unconvincingly

C. fancifully D. incredibly

16. The government claims to be doing all to …….corruption.

A. remove B. eradicate

C. get rid of D. B and C

17. We need someone really …… who can organize the office and make it run smoothly.

A. efficient B. effective

C. effectively D. efficiently

18. “Where did you get the name Harrison?” “I was named …… my grandfather.”

A. after B. of C. with D. from

19. “Where does Anthony work?” “I think he’s associated ….. the Forman Company.”

A. with B. by C. of D. to

20. “What’s in the jar?” “It’s filled ……. candy.”

A. by B. of C. in D. with

21. “Did you go to college?” “Yes, I graduated …..the University of London.”

A. for B. by C. from D. in

22. “Ruth is a surgeon, isn’t she?” “Yes, but her family doesn’t approve …. her career.”

A. from B. of C. about D. with

23. “Where have you been?” “I apologize …… being late but I missed the bus.”

A. to B. by C. for D. of

24. “What’s the meat loaf?” “It’s a dish composed hamburger, eggs, tomato sauce, and bread crumbs.”

A. of B. by C. to D. for

25. “Can I help you?” “Yes, I’m interested ……. buying a pair of boots.”

A. in B. on C. for D. by

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

26. Nowadays many young people have a good knowledge of what they are

A B

expecteddoing in their new job.

C D

27. If you arein London, you can visit either Hyde park and Piccadilly Circus.

A B C D

28. Neither my sister nor my brother wereat my neighbours wedding party

A B C

three days ago.

D

29. Either I or my sister is in charge on the children when our parents are away on holiday.

A B C D

30. Any students who want to attend the course must complete his registration before Friday.

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 is fond of reading the novels written by Hemingway.

A. It is my brother who is fond of reading the novels written by Hemingway.

B. It is Hemingway that my brother is fond of reading the novels.

C. It was my brother who is fond of reading the novels written by Hemingway.

D. It is the novels that are written by Hemingway are fond of by my brother.

32. Jane was walking to school when she found the purse.

A. Jane found the purse on the way to school.

B. Jane was walking to school with her purse.

c. Jane bought the purse when she was walking to school.

D. Jane found the purse at the school.

33. “I didn’t break the window,” John said.

A. John refused to break the window.

B. John denied breaking the window.

C. John admitted breaking the window.

D. John told he didn’t break the window.

34. Arsenal played so well that they could have won the match.

A. Arsenal played very well and won the match.

B. if Arsenal had played well, they could have won the match.

C. Arsenal didn’t win the match although they played well.

D. Arsenal didn’t play well, so they didn’t win the match.

35. He looked so funny that I couldn’t help laughing.

A. I couldn’t laugh because he looked so funny.

B. I couldn’t help him laugh because he looked so funny.

C. He looked too funny for me to laugh.

D. I laughed because he looked so funny.

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:

People in the United States often shop from catalogs. There are special catalogs for (36)….. every need, including clothing, furniture, health, (37)…. products and things for the kitchen. People also order (38) ….. 40% of their music from music Club catalogs. Customers say that music Stores are too noisy.

Television shopping began in 1986. About 5% to 8% of the American public how shops by television. Some (39)…. shopping channels are the Home Shopping Network and QVC. Customers say that television shopping is (40) …. than shopping in a store. How do they buy things? They (41)…. a phone call and charge the item to their credit card. And TV shopping channels are on late at night (42) …… people can go shopping anytime.

Is the Computer shopping the way of the future? About 37% of American (43)… now have personal computers. And shopping by Computer (or shopping on-line) is (44) …. to more people every day. Already, shoppers can use their computers to order many different Products, such as Computer Products, flowers, foods, T-shirts, and posters. And new on-line shopping Services (45)…..every day. Soon people may be able to shop for anything, anytime, anywhere in the world.

36. A. most B. almost C. mostly D. most of

37. A. beauty B. beautiful C. beautifully D. beautifies

38. A. to B. of C. for D. about

39. A. popular B. liked C. favorite D. beloved

40. A. larger B. more C. easier D. popular

41. A. do B. make C. have D. ring

42. A. so B. but C. because D. though

43. A. houseful B. housework C. housewife D. households

44. A. exciting B. surprising C. amazing D. interesting

45. A. raise B. come C. appear D. forecast

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

The market is a concept. If you are growing tomatoes in your backyard for sale, you are producing for the supermarket, but in either case, you are producing for the market. Your efforts are being directed by the market. If people stop buying tomatoes, you will stop producing them.

If you care a sick person to earn money, you are producing for the market. Your father is a steelworker or a truck driver or a doctor or a grocer, he is producing goods or Service for the market.

When you spend your income, you are buying things from the market. You may spend money in Stores, supermarkets, gas stations and restaurants. Still you are buying from the market. When the local grocer hires you to drive the delivery truck, he is buying your labour in the labour market.

The market may be something abstract. But for each person or business who is making and selling something, it is very real. If nobody buys your tomatoes, it won’t be long before you get the message. The market is telling you something. It is telling you that you are using energies and resources in doing something that market doesn’t want you to do.

46. Which of the following would be the best title of the passage?

A. Selling and Buying.

B. Everything You Do is Producing for the Market.

C. What is the Market?

D. What the Market Can Do for You.

47. All of the following acts are producing for the market except…..

A. working in a bank

B. attending a night school

C. printing a book

D. growing beans for sale

48. You are buying from the market when you ……

A. borrow a book from the library

B. drive to the seaside for a holiday

C. look after your children

D. dine at a restaurant

49. The underlined word “real” in the last paragraph may most probably mean……

A. serious B. important

C. true D. concrete

50. In what way is the market very real for each person or business who is making and selling something?

A. It tells you what to produce.

B. It provides you with everything you need.

C. It tells you how to grow tomatoes.

D. It helps you save money.

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