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Bài tập trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 10, Unit 11: National parks

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UNIT 11: NATIONAL PARKS

A. MULTIPLE CHOICES:
I/ Choose the word whose underlined part has a different pronunciation from the others in each group:
1/ A. national              B. plan                        C. establish                 D. that
2/ A. parks                   B. trees                        C. caves                       D. contains
3/ A. found                 B. south                      C. mountain                D. wound
4/ A. located               B. formed                    C. threatened              D. agreed
5/ A. West                   B. Kenya                     C. recognize                D. taken
6/ A. study                  B. dry                          C. variety                    D. rainy
7/ A. hike                    B. during                     C. surprise                   D. bike
8/ A. contain               B. another                   C. abandon                  D. vocabulary
9/ A. season                B. feature                    C. increase                  D. meant
10/ A. look                  B. good                       C. choose                    D. book

II/ Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others in each group:
1/ A. national              B. abandon                  C. orphanage               D. chemical
2/ A. locate                  B. smallest                   C. surprise                   D. depend
3/ A. establish                         B. visitor                     C. especial                   D. expensive
4/ A. contain               B. increase                   C. explain                    D. faster
5/ A. rainforest            B. wilderness              C. tropical                   D. survival
6/ A. butterfly                         B. endanger                 C. expression               D. acceptance
7/ A. mountain            B. ethnic                      C. fauna                      D. attack
8/ A. during                 B. flora                        C. defeat                     D. province
9/ A. season                 B. nearly                      C. mainly                     D. delight
10/ A. recognize          B. enemy                     C. yesterday                D. responding

III/ Select the synonym of the following bold and underlined word in each sentence in the unit:
1/ Cuc Phuong National Park is located160 km South West of Ha Noi.
A. settled                    B. lain              C. laid                         D. placed
2/ It is the first of Viet Nam’s nine national parks to be established and it contains over 200 square km of rainforest.
A. bears                       B. includes                  C. controls                   D. limits
3/ Nairobi National Park is Kenya’s smallest park, but you may be surprised at the large variety of animals that live there.
A. attacked                 B. encountered            C. astonished              D. interested
4/ An interesting feature of this park is the Orphanage where lots of orphaned or abandoned animals are taken care of.
A. immoral                  B. wicked                    C. shameless                D. deserted
5/ An interesting feature of this park is the Orphanage where lots of orphaned or abandoned animals are taken care of.
A. looked through       B. looked down          C. looked for               D. looked into
6/ This national park is special because it has plants and animals from both tropical and temperate zones.
A. places                     B. regions                    C. parks                       D. classes
7/ This contamination has threatened the park and many of the animals in it.
A. dirt                         B. dust                        C. pollution                 D. ugliness
8/ This contamination has threatened the park and many of the animals in it.
A. killed                      B. endangered             C. kicked                     D. weakened
9/ Why would November be a suitable time to visit this park?
A. nice                         B. great                       C. meaningful             D. proper
10/ What do you think will happen to the park if more chemicals are released into the water?
A. let out                     B. let by                      C. let down                 D. let into

IV/ Select the antonym of the following bold and underlined word in each sentence in the unit:
1/ The best time to visit is during the dry season, from October to April, when the hard forest rain is over.
A. wet                         B. engaging                 C. obvious                   D. cordial
2/ The best time to visit is during the dry season, from October to April, when the hard forest rain is over.
A. plastic                     B. simple                     C. relaxed                    D. soft
3/ Visitors, especially children, can go there to learn how to recognize the different species of animals and plants.
A. pure                        B. same                       C. alike                        D. whole
4/ An interesting feature of this park is the Orphanage where lots of orphaned or abandoned animals are taken care of.
A. bad                         B. ugly                        C. weak                       D. dull
5/ This national park is special because it has plants and animals from both tropical and temperate zones.
A. warm                      B. cold                        C. cool                         D. wet
6/ Due to an increase in population and the use of nearby land for farming, there are toxic levels of chemicals in the water.
A. drop                        B. lowness                   C. shortage                  D. illness
7/ When did Nguyen Hue defeat Thanh enemies?
A. peoples                   B. animals                   C. friends                    D. kids
8/ Rearrange the following sentences to make a letter of acceptance responding to an invitation to spend a weekend in the country.
A. dislike                     B. disparagement        C. rebuke                     D. refusal
9/ You know how much I love spending a weekend in the country after a long and hard-working term.
A. easygoing               B. idle                         C. bad                         D. weak
10/ If I had been you, I would have gone home immediately.
A. late                         B. lately                       C. short                       D. shortly

V/ Choose the best answer A, B, C or D for each sentence:
1/ He's a very _______ dresser - he always looks like he's wearing his father's clothes!
A. conserve                 B. conservative           C. conservation           D. conservatism
2/ Dolphins are a _______ species (= it is illegal to harm or kill them).
A. protected                B. protection               C. protective               D. protectively
3/ He has a limited _______ of French.
A. know                      B. knowable                C. knowledge D. knowing
4/ His father was working _______ at his desk.
A. industry                  B. industrial                C. industrious              D. industriously
5/ Such data will prove _______ for researchers.
A. value                       B. valued                     C. valuable                  D. invaluable
6/ Representatives of the company claim their plan will be _______ to local needs.
A. sense                       B. sensitive                  C. sensible                   D. senseless
7/ The program traced the _______ of popular music through the ages.
A. develop                  B. developed               C. developing D. development
8/ Inflation figures have fluctuated _______ between 0.2% and 25%.
A. wildfire                  B. wildlife                   C. wild                        D. wildly
9/ For a goalkeeper, it's a great _______ to have big hands.
A. advantage               B. disadvantage
C. advantageous                     D. advantageously
10/ She first rose to _______ as a singer at the age of 16.
A. fame                       B. famed                     C. famous                    D. infamous

VI/ Choose the correct prepositions to complete the sentences:
1/ They walked slowly _______ the woods.
A. on                           B. through                   C. along                       D. across
2/ They're building a new bridge _______ the river.
A. above                      B. over                        C. across                      D. under
3/ I've been in this job for thirty years, and I've picked up a good deal of expertise _______ the way.
A. along                      B. in                            C. on                           D. by
4/ Make sure the computers are all _______ before you go home.
A. in                            B. on                           C. out                          D. off
5/ Trung fell _______ some stairs and broke her wrist.
A. down                      B. under                      C. below                      D. above
6/ I put my hands _______ my eyes because I couldn't bear to watch.
A. above                      B. over                        C. on                           D. between
7/ Both she and her husband are _______ work.
A. out of                     B. for                           C. on                           D. in
8/ Stop running around and get _______ bed!
A. on                           B. in                            C. onto                        D. into
9/ Put those books _______ on the top shelf.
A. over                        B. up                           C. down                      D. above
10/ I've been having problems loading this software _______ my computer.
A. from                       B. to                            C. onto                        D. into

VII/ Find the one mistake (A, B, C or D) in these sentences and then correct them:
1/ He’s been (A) in this job (B) for ten years, and he’s picked (C) down a good deal of expertise (D) along the way.
2/ Getting (A) a coach (B) across country (C) from Ca Mau (D) until Mong Cai can be difficult.
3/ (A) How long that journey took would depend (B) in how (C) long it took to get (D) through the traffic.
4/ We’ve been having (A) matters (B) loading this (C) software (D) onto our computer.
5/ Oanh can't get (A) into those trousers (B) no more. They're (C) far too small (D) for her.
6/ My friend took the job (A) into necessity (B) because he had (C) no money (D) left.
7/ We couldn't hear (A) what he was saying (B) over the noise (C) off the planes taking (D) off.
8/ Does she usually (A) wear her skirts (B) above (C) or (D) under the knee?
9/ To push the number (A) of unit sales (B) up (C) every quarter can't be continued (D) indefinite.
10/ This luggage is (A) really heavy - can we put it (B) down (C) (in the floor) (D) for a while?

VIII/ Read the following passage carefully, and then select the best option A, B, C or D to complete it:
National Parks and Preserves, (1) _______ public lands or bodies of water within a country, set aside by the (2) _______ to protect ecosystems, plant and animal species, scenic landscapes, geologic formations, or historical or archaeological (3) _______. National parks are managed primarily for public recreation, (4) _______ exceptional locations where visitors can view wildlife and enjoy the (5) _______. Generally, these protected public lands are off-limits to hunting, livestock grazing, logging, mining, and other (6) _______ that exploit natural resources. Some parks commemorate significant historical events. (7) _______, Gettysburg National Military Park (1895) in Pennsylvania conserves the 13 sq km (5 sq mi) site of the pivotal battle in the (8) ______ Civil War (1861-1865).
National preserves, sometimes (9) _______ nature or wildlife reserves, often are located within or near national (10) _______. These lands are managed by national governments primarily for wildlife protection or scientific research (11) _______ recreation, and provide ―living laboratories‖ in (12) _______ scientists observe plant and animal species in their natural habitat. (13) _______, fishing, and mining are permitted within many United States preserves (14) _______ the activities do not harm natural resources. Many other countries specifically ban such activities in their (15) _______.

New vocabulary:
- ecosystem (n.): hệ sinh thái
- off-limits (adj.- after verbs): (thuộc vùng đất) cấm vào
- livestock (n.): vật nuôi, thú nuôi
- to commemorate (v.): kỷ niệm, tưởng nhớ
- pivotal (adj.): then chốt, mấu chốt, chủ chốt

1/ A. one                     B. only                        C. unique                     D. just
2/ A. hospital               B. school                     C. country                   D. government
3/ A. sites                    B. places                      C. spots                       D. lands
4/ A. giving                 B. providing                C. sending                   D. throwing
5/ A. joy                      B. fun              C. outdoors                 D. indoors
6/ A. things                 B. activities                 C. people                     D. animals
7/ A. In fact                B. Moreover                C. However                 D. For example
8/ A. American            B. African                   C. British                     D. French
9/ A. told                     B. considered              C. called                      D. known
10/A. parks                  B. places                      C. sites                        D. resources
11/A. such as               B. in spite of               C. because of              D. instead of
12/A. whom                B. that                                     C. which                      D. what
13/A. Hiking               B. Swimming              C. Camping                 D. Hunting
14/A. if                        B. unless                      C. when                       D. that
15/A. places                B. preserves                 C. lands                       D. countries

B. USE OF ENGLISH:
I/ Match the sentences, clauses or phrases in column A with the ones in column B to make meaningful sentences:
A B
1/ Can you look after my garden
2/ Before you and your friend leave this room,
3/ Please wait here .
4/ After I’ve read this magazine,
5/ Remember not to say anything while Trang is here.
6/ We’ll come to the party
7/ We’ll feel better
8/ It’s going to rain.
9/ Now, come on! Hurry up!
10/ If it rains this morning,
A/ as soon as we finish our homework.
B/ you can have it.
C/ You’ll possibly get wet as you go out.
D/ we won’t go out.
E/ remember to turn off the lights.
F / If you don’t hurry, you’ll be late for school.
G/ when we have something to drink.
H/ Wait until she has gone far away.
I/ until we come back with our breakfast.
J/ while I go out on my business?

II/ Fill each gap with a suitable word from the list below:
accepted, basement, counter, officially, abandoned, establishment, enemies, hiking, digestion, survived
1/ Our kitchenware department is in the _______.
2/ An _______ baby was found in a box on the hospital steps.
3/ The baby was born with a heart problem and only _______ for a few hours.
4/ We're going _______ in the Lake District next weekend.
5/ Discover how eating raw food helps balance your body and aids _______.
6/ He still hasn't _______ the situation.
7/ There was nobody behind the _______ when I went into the bank, and I had to wait to be served.
8/ Since its _______ two years ago, the advice centre has seen over 500 people a week.
9/ The royal engagement was announced _______.
10/ He's made a few _______ in this company.

III/ Supply the correct form of the word in brackets:
1/ All that needless worrying over what I'd say to him at the party, and he wasn't even there!
2/ Thank you for a delightful evening.
3/ Children rarely show any appreciation for what their parents do for them.
4/ The royal engagement was announced officially this morning.
5/ Modern cosmology believes the Universe to have come into existence about fifteen billion years ago.
6/ His main concern is to ensure his own political survival.
7/ The Eiffel Tower in Paris is an instantly recognizable landmark.
8/ We can predict changes with a surprising degree of accuracy.
9/ His reputation was destroyed when he was caught stealing some money.
10/ She just seems so unhappy and I don't know what the solution is.

IV/ Put in the correct verb form:
1/ If I (be) _______ you, I (help) _______ her now.
2/ If she (be) _______ late, she will be punished.
3/ I could have understood him if he (speak) _______ more slowly.
4/ What (you/do) _______ if you (be) _______ a billionaire?
5/ You didn’t pay attention to the teacher’s explanation. If you (pay) _______ more attention, you (do) _______ the exam well.
6/ She’s waiting for her uncle to come back from Ho Chi Minh city. If her uncle (come) _______ home, she (have) _______ a lot of presents.
7/ Sang is a naughty boy and often makes fun of his classmates. If he (start) _______ a joke, someone (cry) _______ bitterly.
8/ Chung wanted to buy some presents for his younger sister but he couldn’t. If he (afford) _______ to buy, her younger sister (be) _______ happy to greet a new year.
9/ He is never willing to help poor people. If he (do) _______ something, the earth (stop) _______ moving.
10/ I didn’t know her mother was ill. If I (know) _______ that, I (come) _______ to visit her.

V/ Complete the sentences with the most suitable preposition:
1/ You can walk _______ here _______ the station _______ under ten minutes.
2/ The sheep were loaded _______ trucks.
3/ He struggled _______ the crowd _______ he reached the front.
4/ The helicopter was hovering _______ the building.
5/ If we cut _______ the field, it'll save time.
6/ She opened the window and stuck her head _______.
7/ Luckily, no one was _______ the building when it collapsed.
8/ The bells ring _______ regular intervals _______ the day.
9/ She took the money _______ her mother's purse, _______ herself.
10/ You shouldn't drive _______ more _______ three hours _______ taking a break.

VI/ Complete the second sentence using the word given in brackets beginning as shown:
1/ He was so furious that he couldn’t contain himself. (express)
→He was so furious ______________________.
2/ This can contains five liters. (hold)
→This can ________________________.
3/ We could go into town but it’s a real hike from here. (way)
→We could go into town ______________________.
4/ She can’t survive on 3 dollars a week. (needs)
→3 dollars is not enough ________________________.
5/ There are only a few survivors from the original team.(replaced)
→Only a few members remain ____________________.
6/ He’ll cope. He’s one of life’s great survivors. (situations)
→He deals very well _________________________.
7/ The farmers depend on their good harvest for their very existence. (continue)
→The farmers depend on their good harvest _______________________.
8/ She takes high delight in proving others wrong. (enjoys)
→She ________________________.
9/ The boy is not tall enough to reach the book on the shelf. (short)
→The boy _________________________.
10/ I asked him to bring the chairs into the kitchen. (had)
→I _________________________.

VII/ Put the statements in past unreal conditions:
1/ Oanh didn’t know how to solve the maths problem so she got low marks.
→If Oanh __________________________.
2/ You didn’t say sorry so she got angry.
→If you _________________________.
3/ They didn’t pass the exam and their family were very sad.
→If they ______________________.
4/ It rained a lot yesterday evening so we didn’t go swimming.
→If it ______________________.
5/ The weather was not fine enough so I didn’t go camping.
→If the weather ______________________.
6/ The computer broke down and she had to stop her work.
→If the computer _______________________.
7/ Thanh was angry so we didn’t say anything to her.
→If Thanh _____________________.
8/ Our teacher didn’t come so we canceled the party.
→If our teacher _______________________.
9/ Quang was interested in the film so he didn’t study his lesson.
→If Quang _____________________.
10/ I had a bad headache yesterday so I didn’t go to school.
→If I __________________.

VIII/ Read the passages and titles below carefully, and then put the titles where they should be:
―What’s A National Park?; Yellowstone National Park; What Makes Yellowstone So Special?; Where Is Yellowstone?; Welcome Back Wolves; Other Natural Wonders; Old Faithful‖
A. __________
Picture a place where you can see smelly gray mud bubbling up from the ground and steaming hot water shooting out of rocks. In the distance, high waterfalls tumble through colorful canyons. It may sound like make-believe, but you can find all these things in Yellowstone National Park.
Yellowstone is in the United States and it’s the oldest national park in the world.
B. __________
A national park is land set aside by the government in order to protect it. Yellowstone was made a national park in 1872. People realized it was a very special place that should be preserved.
National parks are also created so people can enjoy nature. In Yellowstone, you can do things such as camp, hike in the woods, ride horses, and go fishing.
C. __________
Yellowstone sits in the Rocky Mountains. Most of Yellowstone is in the northwest corner of Wyoming. But parts are in Idaho and Montana, too.
D. __________
The ground beneath Yellowstone contains a large amount of hot melted rock, called magma. The magma heats water in the ground. The steaming water pushes to get to the surface, much like steam whistling from a boiling teapot.
Sometimes the heated water forms a geyser. A geyser is a place where hot water spouts up from underground. There are more than 300 geysers in Yellowstone, some big and some small. Other times the hot water seeps from the ground as a hot spring. There are even more hot springs in Yellowstone than geysers.
If you explore Yellowstone, you may also see steam vents, which is where steam and other gases puff out of the ground. You can even find ―paint pots‖ in the park. Paint pots are holes full of bubbling mud that is thick like paint. Sometimes the pots smell like rotten eggs or burnt matches.
E. __________
The most famous geyser in the world is Old Faithful and it’s in Yellowstone. It blows its top about every 30 to 90 minutes. It shoots thousands of gallons of hot water high into the air. Visiting Old Faithful is a highlight of any trip to Yellowstone.
F. __________
What else can you see in Yellowstone? How about Yellowstone’s own Grand Canyon? It has two big waterfalls and high cliffs of yellow, red, and orange rock.
There’s a forest of stone trees in Yellowstone that is millions of years old. The trees were once buried by ash from a volcano and were gradually turned to stone. There are also beautiful lakes, rivers, and mountains to see and enjoy.
Yellowstone is rich with wildlife. Hundreds of kinds of birds live in the park, including bald eagles, blue herons, and white pelicans. Yellowstone is home to many large animals. Visitors may see black bears, grizzly bears, moose, bighorn sheep, deer, cougars, herds of elk, and bison (buffalo).
Protecting animals in the wild is one of the most important tasks of the park. In fact, the creation of Yellowstone helped save bison from being hunted to extinction in the late 1800s.
G. __________
Yellowstone was once home to thousands of gray wolves. But people thought they were dangerous and killed them off. The last wolf in the park was killed in the 1930s.
In 1995 and 1996, biologists brought about 30 wolves from Canada and released them inside Yellowstone. Wolf packs soon formed. New pups are born in the park every year. There are now more than 200 wolves in and around the park! Today, seeing a wolf is one of Yellowstone’s big attractions.
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ANSWER KEYS
UNIT 11: NATIONAL PARKS

I/ Choose  the  word  whose  underlined  part  has  a  different  pronunciation  from  the  others  in  each group:
1/ A. national ; 2/ A. parks ; 3/ D. wound ; 4/ A. located
5/ D. taken  ; 6/ B. dry ; 7/ B. during  ; 8/ B. another 
9/ D. meant  ;10/ C. choose

II/ Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others in each group:
1/ B. abandon ; 2/ B. smallest  ; 3/ B. visitor  ; 4/ D. faster
5/ D. survival  ; 6/ A. butterfly  ; 7/ D. attack  ; 8/ C. defeat 
9/ D. delight ; 10/ D. responding

III/ Select the synonym of the following bold and underlined word in each sentence in the unit:
1/ A. settled  ; 2/ B. includes  ; 3/ C. astonished  ; 4/ D. deserted
5/ C. looked for  ; 6/ B. regions ; 7/ C. pollution  ; 8/ B. endangered
9/ D. proper  ; 10/ A. let out

IV/ Select the antonym of the following bold and underlined word in each sentence in the unit:
1/ A. wet  ; 2/ D. soft  ; 3/ B. same  ; 4/ D. dull  ; 5/ B. cold 
6/ A. drop  ; 7/ C. friends  ; 8/ D. refusal  ; 9/ B. idle  ; 10/ D. shortly

V/ Choose the best answer A, B, C or D for each sentence:
1/ B. conservative  ; 2/ A. protected  ; 3/ C. knowledge 
4/ D. industriously  ; 5/ D. invaluable  ; 6/ B. sensitive  
7/ D. development  ; 8/ D. wildly  ; 9/ A. advantage  
10/ A. fame

VI/ Choose the correct prepositions to complete the sentences:
1/ B. through ; 2/ C. across ; 3/ A. along ; 4/ D. off  ; 5/ A. down
6/ B. over  ; 7/ A. out of ; 8/ D. into  ; 9/ B. up  ; 10/ C. onto

VII/ Find the one mistake (A, B, C or D) in these sentences and then correct them:
1/ (C) down → up  ; 2/ (D) until → to ; 3/ (B) in → on
4/ (A) matters → problems ; 5/ (B) no more → anymore
6/ (A) into → out of  ; 7/ (C) off → of ; 8/ (D) under →below
9/ (D) indefinite → indefinitely ;10/ (C) in → on

VIII/ Read the following passage carefully, and then select the best option A, B, C or D to complete it:
1/ C. unique  ; 2/ D. government  ; 3/ A. sites  ; 4/ B. providing 
5/ C. outdoors ; 6/ B. activities  ; 7/ D. For example  ; 8/ A. American
9/ C. called  ; 10/ A. parks  ; 11/ D. instead of  ; 12/ C. which
13/ D. Hunting  ; 14/ A. if  ; 15/ B. preserves

B. USE OF ENGLISH:
I/ Match  the  sentences,  clauses  or  phrases  in  column  A  with  the  ones  in  column  B  to  make  meaningful sentences:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
J E I B H A G C F D

II/ Fill each gap with a suitable word from the list below:
1/ basement ; 2/ abandoned  ; 3/ survived  ; 4/ hiking
5/ digestion ; 6/ accepted  ; 7/ counter  ; 8/ establishment
9/ officially ; 10/ enemies

III/ Supply the correct form of the word in brackets:
1/ needless  ; 2/ delightful ; 3/ appreciation  ; 4/ officially
5/ existence  ; 6/ survival  ; 7/ recognizable  ; 8/ accuracy
9/ reputation  ; 10/ solution

IV/ Put in the correct verb form:
1/ were/ would help  ; 2/ is  ; 3/ had spoken  ; 4/ would you do/ were
5/ had paid/ would have done ; 6/ came/ would have ; 7/ starts/ will cry
8/ had afforded/ would have been  ; 9/ did/ would stop
10/ had known/ would have come

V/ Complete the sentences with the most suitable prepositions:
1/ from / to / in ; 2/ onto  ; 3/ through / till  ; 4/ above
5/ across  ; 6/ out ; 7/ inside  ; 8/ at / through  9/ from / despite  ; 10/ for / than / without

VI/ Complete the second sentence using the word given in brackets beginning as shown:
1/ He was so furious that he had to express his feelings.
2/ This can can hold five liters.
3/ We could go into town but it’s a long way from here.
4/ 3 dollars is not enough for her basic needs.
5/ Only a few members remain in the team while other have been replaced.
6/ He deals very well with difficult situations.
7/ The farmers depend on their good harvest in order to continue to live.
8/ She enjoys proving others wrong.
9/ The boy is too short to reach the book on the shelf.
10/ I had him bring the chairs into the kitchen.

VII/ Put the statements in past unreal conditions:
1/ If Oanh had known how to solve the maths problem, she would have got high marks.
2/ If you had said sorry, she wouldn’t have got angry.
3/ If they had passed the exam, their family would have been happy.
4/ If it hadn’t rained a lot yesterday, we would have gone swimming.
5/ If the weather had been fine, I would have gone camping.
6/ If the computer hadn’t broken down, she wouldn’t have stopped her work.
7/ If Thanh hadn’t been angry, we would have said something to her.
8/ If our teacher had come, we wouldn’t have canceled the party.
9/ If Quang hadn’t been interested in the film, he would have studied his lesson.
10/ If I hadn’t had a bad headache yesterday, I would have gone to school.

VIII/ Read the passages and titles below carefully, and then put the titles where they should be:
A. Yellowstone national park
B. What’s a national park?
C. Where is yellowstone?
D. What makes yellowstone so special?
E. Old faithful
F. Other natural wonders
G. Welcome back wolves
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