Đề kiểm tra trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 12, unit 6: Future jobs (Đề 1)

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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. leader B. steady C. feather D. leather

2. A. moment B. monument C. monster D. monsoon

3. A. execute B. example C. existence D. executive

4. A. curriculum B. character C. careful D. cease

5. A. funny B. dune C. dull D. money

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

6. A. answer B. active C. abbey D. finance

7. A. altitude B. recover C. comedy D. library

8. A. adventurous B. geometry C. astronomy D. centigrade

9. A. language B. evidence C. disadvantage D. Products

10 . A. primitive B. particular C. continuous D. connected


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

11. Students over 25 …..a different category

A. fall into B. hold into C. are kept into D. fall at

12. My friend has….for a bargain.

A. a sharp ear B. a strong hear

C. a keen eye D. a keen ear

13. He took a …. interest in his grandson’s education

A. strong B. keen C. deep D. sharp

14. Job …. are advertised in Situations Vacant.

A. places B. positions C. seats D. vacancies

15. Several candidates were …. a second interview

A. asked for B. left for C. called for D. requested for

16. You’ve got the job. The interview will be …..

A. a matter of routine B. a mere formality

C. a fixed way D. A and B

17. I did not…. The impression that they were unhappy about the situation.

A. receive B. have C. get D. B and C

18. His trip to India ….. a strong impression on him.

A. made B. created C. formed D. All are correct

19. The government is aiming at ….. employment.

A. total B. whole C. maximum D. full

20. A softbound book is a book ……a light, flexible cardboard.

A. that cover is made of B. whose cover is made of

C. which cover is made of D. made of a cover is

21. Because no official records were kept in certain rural areas until recently, some elderly people do not know …….

A. when they were bom B. that they bom

C. when were they bom D. when was their birth

22. …..is made from cellulose is a little-known fact.

A. Rayon B. That rayon

C. Being rayon D. What rayon

23. …… telephone Service between New York and London began in 1927.

A. it was the first B. There was the first

C. The first D. Since the first

24. Although born in Germany,….. a citizen of the United States in 1940.

A. but Albert Einstein became B. that Albert Einstein became

C. Albert Einstein became D. since became Albert Einstein

25. I’m going to South Carolina ….. the semester is over.

A. when B. while C. during D. at

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

26. The government has promised to deal to the problem of unemploymentamong young people



27. The benefits which we gain from walking are more greater than what many people was realizing.


28. The organization that is very necessary for volunteers who will go to work in remote areas.


29. Engineering is a professionin which puts scientific knowledge to practical use.


30. Solar energy is the only way to solve the problem of energy shortage now which we’ve been much worried about it. ,


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

31. Lady Astor was the first woman to take her Seat in the Parliament.

A. Taking the first Seat in the Parliament was Lady Astor.

B. Lady Astor was the first woman who takes her Seat in the Parliament.

C. Lady Astor was the first woman who was taken her Seat in the Parliament.

D. Lady Astor was the first woman who took her Seat in the Parliament.

32. She bought those clothes from Marks& Spencer. They have good quality.

A. Those clothes, which she bought from Marks& Spencer, have good quality.

B. She bought those clothes, which have good quality, from Marks& Spencer.

C. Those clothes bought from Marks& Spencer have good quality.

D. All are correct.

33. The children were attracted by the show which was performed by the animals.

A. The children attracted by the show which was performed by the animals.

B. The children were attracted by the show to have been performed by the animals.

C. The show performing by the animals attracted the children.

D. The children were attracted by the show performed by the animals.

34. April is the month when the weather is usually the hottest.

A. April is the month that the weather is usually the hottest.

B. April is the month which the weather is usually the hottest.

c. April is the month on which the weather is usually the hottest.

D. April ĨS the month in which the weather is usually the hottest.

35. It’s the first time I’ve been to a flower show.

A. 1 haven’t been to a flower show for years.

B. It’s the first time I’ve seen so many flowers.

C. I haven’t been to a flower show before.

D. This is the first flower show I know.


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

What does a personal trainer do? I meet each Client to discuss what he or she is looking for. It could be anything from improving general fitness to losing, or in a few cases, (36)…… weight. I then devise a training programme for them which I think will help them to achieve their (37)….. . If they have had anything (38)… with them, say a back injury, I speak to a doctor who will (39)…. me what not to do. If someone eats and drinks too much, it’s easy to suggest they (40)…. , but if that doesn’t (41) , I look at their diet. I prefer to train on a one-to-one basis, though I do sometimes work with (42)…. if they are friends and want to train together. Who needs a personal trainer? I think most people do. A trainer will push you to try (43)….. . You achieve 20 percent more than you could train alone, no (44)…… how dedicated you are. I’ve got a lot of Americans on my books, and I actually prefer them. (45)….. most Britons, who still haven’t really got the idea, Americans know how to work out.

36. A. adding B. gaining C. putting D. finding

37. A. hope B. intention C. aim D. wish

38. A. ill B. bad C. off D. wrong

39. A. persuade B. advise C. suggest D. order

40. A. cut out B. cut off C. cut back D. cut down

41. A. work B. function C. manage D. advance

42. A. crowds B. couples C. twins D. doubles

43. A. stronger B. better C. more D. harder

44. A. matter B. point C. way D. doubt

45. A. Compared B. Contrary C. Different D. Unlike

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

The US Department of Labor statistics show that there is an oversupply of college-trained workers and that this over supply is increasing. Already there have been more than enough teachers, engineers, physicists, aerospace experts, and other specialists. Yet colleges and graduate schools continue every year to tum out highly trained people to compete for jobs that aren’t there. The result is that graduates cannot enter the profession for which they were trained and must take temporary jobs which do not require a college degree. On the other hand, there is a great need for skilled workers of all sorts: carpenters, electricians, mechanics, plumbers, and TV repairmen.

These people have more work than they can deal with, and their annual incomes are often higher than those of college graduates. The old gap that white-collar workers make a better living than blue-collar workers no longer holds true. The law of supply and demand now favors the skilled workmen.

The reason for this situation is the traditional myth that college degree is a passport to a prosperous future. A large part of American society matcher succeeds in life equally with a college degree. Parents begin indoctrinating their children with this myth before they are out of grade school. High school teachers play their part by acting as if high school education were a preparation for college rather than for life.

Under this pressure the kids fall in line. Whether they want to go to college or not doesn’t matter. Everybody should go to college, so of course they must go. And every year college enrollments go up and up, and more and more graduates are overeducated for the kinds of jobs available to them.

One result of this emphasis on a college education is that many people go to college who do not belong there. Of the sixty percent of high school graduates who enter college, half of them do not graduate with their class. Many of them drop out within the first year. Some struggle on for two or three years and then give up.

46. It’s implied but not stated in the passage that ……

A. many other countries are facing the same problem

B. white-collar workers in the us used to make more money than blue- collar workers

C. fewer students will prefer to go to college in the future

D. the law of supply and demand has a strong effect on American higher education.

47. Which of the following is NOT a reason why college enrollments go up every year?

A. Many people believe that the only way to success is college education.

B. Many parents want their children to go to college.

C. High school teachers urge their students to go to college.

D. Every young man and woman wants to go to college.

48. By saying that “many people go to college who do not belong there” the author means that …..

A. many people who are not fit for college education go to college

B. many people who do not have enough money go to college

C. many people who go to college drop out within the first year

D. many people who go to college have their hopes destroyed

49. We can infer from the passage that the author believes that …..

A. every young man and woman should go to college

B. college education is a bad thing

C. people with a college education should receive higher pay

D. fewer people should go to college while more should be trained for skilled jobs

50. “Many people go to college who do not belong there” means …..

A. Half of them do not graduate from college.

B. Many of them drop out within one or two years.

C. Students go to college because others do so but they really don’t want.

D. All are correct.

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