Đề kiểm tra trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 12, unit 12: Water sports (Đề 2)

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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. owl B. cow C. powder D. arrow

2. A. chorus B. champion C. child D. cheap

3. A. restaurant B. hesitant C. reluctant D. Mexican

4. A. amount B. apprehend C. approach D. approval

5. A. water B. warm C. bank D. war

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

6. A. opponent B. penalize C. overtime D. synchronized

7. A. windsurfing B. equipment C. amateur D. national

8. A. position B. fingertip C. athletic D. requirement

9. A. regulator B. personal C. referee D. dangerous

10. A. procedure B. indicate C. forefinger D. enemy


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

11. Each correct answer will … two points.

A. score B. be scored C. shoot D. be shot

12. All students have to …. the rules.

A. follow B. obey C. observe D. All are correct

13. Loose clothing gives you greater freedom of….

A. act B. action C. movement D. move

14. The referee …. a penalty kick

A. gave B. awarded C. set D. A and B

15. He suddenly ….. a sprint.

A. commenced B. started C. broke into D. B and C

16. He’s just trying to …. his own career.

A. advance B. improve C. promote D. A and B

17. “Where did you get these old dresses?” “We….. them in the old truck.”

A. were found B. finding

C. found D. have been found

18. “What happened to the old mail carrier?” “He ….. to a new neighborhood to work”.

A. has sent B. was send

C. was sent D. sent

19. “Has the committee made its decision yet?” “Not yet. They are still ….. the proposal.”

A. considering B. been considered

c. being considered D. considered

20. In some rural areas of the United States, health care ….. by only a small number of doctors, nurses, and other health professionals. It’s often more than they can handle.

A. is providing B. is being provided

C. provides D. provided

21. “How did that window….. ?” “I don’t know.”

A. get broken B. broke

C. got broken D. broken

22. Renoir is one of the most popular French impressionist painters. His paintings ……. masterpieces all over the world.

A. had considered B. are considering

C. are considered D. consider

23. As the fairy tale goes., the prince ….. into a frog by an evil magician, and only a kiss from a beautiful princess could restore him to his original State.

A. turned B. was turning

C. was turned D. had been turning

24. “ ……… the plan …….. ?” “No, it …… now.” “How long…… it…..?

A. Has…been approved – is being discussed – has been discussed

B. Was…approved – is being discussed – has…been discussed

C. Has…been approved – is being discussed – was…discussed

D. Has…been approved – is discussed – has…been discussed

25. By the time he arrives everything ………

A. had been settled B. will be settled

C. will have been settled D. has been settled

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

26. Your trip to Dalat sounds absolutely fascinated. I’d love to go there!


27. He got horrified when he discoveredthe conditions which they lived.


28. It was not until he had been 32 years old that he got married to a pretty girl.


29. Tourists come from all over the world visit the romantic riversin Italy.


30. Although asked my parents for permission, but they still got angry.


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

31. Because of working hard, she fell ill.

A. She worked so hard that she fell ill.

B. She was too ill to work hard.

C. She did not work, so she fell ill.

D. She was not ill although she worked hard.

32. It won’t be long before her husband comes back.

A. Her husband will come back later than planned.

B. There’s likelihood that her husband won’t return soon.

C. Her husband will be returning quite soon.

D. Possibly, her husband won’t come back as soon as he wants.

33. Fewer people came to the meeting than we had expected.

A. We had expected more people to come to the meeting.

B. Too many people came to the meeting.

C. There were more people at the meeting than we had expected.

D. There were not enough seats for all people as we had expected.

34. Our opinions on the subject are identical.

A. We differ in opinions on the subject.

B. There’s some difference in our opinions on the subject.

C. We are identical.

D. We have the same opinions on the subject.

35. Dick got to the station at midnight, missing his train by two hours.

A. The train left at midnight.

B. The train left at two o’clock in the afternoon.

C. The train left at ten o’clock in the morning.

D. The train left at ten o’clock at night, so Dick missed it.


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

A water polo team consists (36)…… seven players – a goalkeeper and six field players. The goalkeeper must defend the goal without hanging onto the goal or using the side of the pool. Each team also may have six (37)….. players. With the exception of the goalkeeper, each player may use only one hand at a time in (38) …… the ball. Players wear caps of different colors for team (39)…. ; the official rules stipulate white for one team, blue for the other, and red caps for the goalies.

A match requires two referees, two goal judges, two timekeepers, and two recorders. Games are divided (40) …..four periods of 7 minutes each, with a 2-minute interval between periods. Play begins when the (41)….. , with each team spread out along its own goal line, throws the ball into play at a line halfway between the two teams. The players race toward the ball, and the team that gains (42)…… then attempts to advance it toward the opponent’s goal by (43)….. it from teammate to teammate. Players can also swim with the ball by pushing it along the water surface with their bodies as they swim.

Players may not use more than one hand at a time and may not (44)…. clenched fists. No players – except the goalie, when defending a goal in a pool with a shallow end – may walk on or use the bottom of the pool, (45)….. may they take the ball beneath the surface of the water. Players may not impede the free-limb movement of another player unless that player holds the ball.

36. A. of B. with C. on D. about

37. A. substitution B. substitutions C. substitute D. substituting

38. A. using B. dealing C. holding D. handling

39. A. announcing B. registration C. mark D. identification

40. A. into B. with C. of D. on

41. A. goal judge , B. referee C. timekeeper D. recorder

42 A. having B. property C. possession D. owning

43. A. passing B. throwing C. pushing D. A and B

44. A. apply B. use C. employ D. B and C

45 A. or B. either C. nor D. All are correct

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

Water polo originated in England during the 1870s and soon became popular in the United States. It was first played in the Olympic Games as a men’s exhibition sport in 1900. In 1904 it became a men’s medal sport, but only the United States fielded a team. In 1908 it was contested internationally at the Olympics. Over the succeeding decades water polo became especially popular in Europe.

From approximately 1920 to 1946 the United States departed from the international rules for water polo by adopting for play a loosely inflated ball that could be gripped in one hand and carried toward the goal. Opposing players usually attempted to seize the ballcarriers, wrestle them under water, and render them helpless from loss of breath. This rough style of play virtually disappeared by 1946. Since that time traditional water polo has grown rapidly in North America, especially as a college sport. It is particularly popular in Southern California and other parts of the West.

Women have played water polo since the game’s early days, but participation was not widespread until the 1960s. In 1961 United States Water Polo established a national Club championship for women. It has hosted one for men since 1890. Women’s water polo became an Olympic medal sport at the 2000 Games in Sydney, Australia.

46. Where did water polo originate?

A. In Europe. B. In England.

C. In the United States. D. In North America.

47. When did water polo become a men’s medal sport in the Olympic Games?

A. In 1875. B. In 1900.

C. In 1904. D. In 1908.

48. When did the players the United States follow the same rules as in Europe?

A. In 1920. B. In 1945.

c. In 1946. D. in 1960.

49. In what parts of the United States does water polo is very popular at colleges?

A. In the East. B. In the South,

C. In the West. D. In the Midwest.

50. When did water polo become a women’s medal sport in the Olympic Games?

A In 1900. B. In 1960

C. In 1980. D. In 2000.

DA unit 12, de 2

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