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Bài tập trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 10, Unit 12: Music

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UNIT 12: MUSIC

A. MULTIPLE CHOICES:
I/ Choose the word whose underlined part has a different pronunciation from the others in each group:
1/ A. music           B. discuss             C. communicate             D. human
2/ A. type              B. busy                 C. happy                        D. physic
3/ A. match                    B. jazz                  C. passage                      D. class
4/ A. description   B. tradition           C. question                     D. expression
5/ A. folk              B. rock                 C. strong                        D. pop
6/ A. group           B. loud                 C. proud                         D. count
7/ A. beat              B. weak                C. feel                            D. bread
8/ A. forks            B. instruments       C. feelings                      D. thoughts
9/ A. foot              B. book                C. good                          D. poor
10/ A. worked      B. talented            C. appreciate d                D. rejuvenated

II/ Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others in each group:
1/ A. music           B. peaceful           C. tempo                        D. relax
2/ A. traditional     B. combination     C. communicate             D. rejuvenate
3/ A. African         B. energy              C. instrument                  D. musician
4/ A. European     B. especially          C. emotional                   D. considerate
5/ A. popular        B. powerful                    C. description                 D. talented
6/ A. human         B. solemn             C. whether                      D. contain
7/ A. important     B. musical             C. wonderful                  D. telephone
8/ A. beautiful       B. example           C. cinema                       D. favorite
9/ A. express         B. grammar                    C. record                        D. office
10/ A. ballad         B. concert             C. enough                      D. contest

III/ Select the synonym of the following bold and underlined word in each sentence in the unit:
1/ Discuss and match each type of music to a suitable description.
A. good                B. fitting               C. famous                       D. pretty
2/ What’s modern music that is popular with young people?
A. recent               B. fresh                 C. childish                      D. adolescent
3/ Do you know what is a style of music with a strong and loud beat?
A. powerful          B. determined       C. keen                           D. major
4/ Like reading, writing and speaking, music can express ideas, thoughts and feelings.
A. show                B. say                   C. talk                            D. speak
5/ Music can also help you to relax and feel rejuvenated.
A. strengthened     B. bettered            C. refreshed                    D. recovered
6/ Music can help you beat a bad mood or maintain a good mood.
A. hold                 B. support             C. repair                         D. continue
7/ To feel rejuvenated, you should start with something serene and relaxing, then gradually change to something with faster tempo and stronger beats.
A. pleasant            B. cold                  C. interesting                  D. wonderful
8/ For example, you can play a ballad, then move on to something more energetic such as rock ’n’ roll.
A. forceful            B. healthy             C. strong                        D. huge
9/ Quang Hung sometimes feels proud of his country, Viet Nam, when he hears the song.
A. interested in                         B. delighted with
C. modest about                       D. good at
10/ Discuss Quang Hung’s ideas about Van Cao’s music.
A. Say to              B. Tell about         C. Think of                              D. Talk over

IV/ Select the antonym of the following bold and underlined word in each sentence in the unit:
1/ What music is serious and traditional Western European music?
A. superficial        B. short-range       C. lighthearted                D. simple
2/ What music is serious and traditional Western European music?
A. uncommon      B. incorrect C. impossible                 D. irregular
3/ When combined with words in a song, it is one of the most powerful means of communication that humans have.
A. unconvincing   B. feeble               C. ugly                           D. harmless
4/ Music can help you beat a bad mood or maintain a good mood.
A. dispute             B. slight                C. disconnect                  D. discontinue
5/ Music can also help you relax and feel rejuvenated.
A. aged                 B. bored               C. tired                           D. saddened
6/ To feel rejuvenated, you should start with something serene and relaxing, then gradually change to something with faster tempo and stronger beats.
A. unhappy           B. unclear             C. anxious                      D. helpless
7/ For example, you can play a ballad, then move on to something more energetic such as rock ’n’ roll.
A. languid             B. ill                     C. slow                           D. soft
8/ Quang Hung thinks some of Van Cao’s music is very sweet and gentle.
A. sour                 B. distasteful         C. nasty                          D. tart
9/ Why does the monitor always go to class on time?
A. lately                B. late                   C. sometime                   D. sometimes
10/ Use the prompts below to make up complete sentences about Scott Joplin, a famous American musician.
A. obscure            B. absent               C. unimportant               D. impossible

V/ Choose the best answer A, B, C or D for each sentence:
1/ It's a school for _______ gifted children.
A. music               B. musician           C. musical                      D. musically
2/ The rise in US interest rates caused the dollar to _______ against all the Asian currencies.
A. strength            B. strengthen         C. strong                        D. strongly
3/ We were woken early by the sound of the birds _______.
A. song                 B. sing                  C. singer                         D. singing
4/ The children were wearing traditional _______ costume.
A. national            B. nationalist         C. nationality                  D. nationalize
5/ The mansion is set in 90 acres of beautiful, unspoilt _______.
A. country            B. countryman      C. countryside                D. countrywide
6/ We need to make the club _______ to a wider range of people.
A. attract               B. attractive           C. attraction                    D. attractively
7/ What do I think of your purple shoes? Well, they're certainly _______.
A. difference         B. different           C. differently                  D. differential
8/ I read an interesting piece of _______ in the newspaper.
A. inform              B. information      C. informant                   D. informational
9/ This sort of aggression is _______ behavior - people aren't born that way.
A. learn                 B. learned             C. learnt                         D. learning
10/ Why do so many boys take _______ in torturing insects and small animals?
A. please               B. pleasing            C. pleasure                     D. pleasant
VI/ Choose the correct form of verbs to complete the sentences:
1/ His parents _______ him awarded the winner's medal.
A. saw                  B. see                    C. to see                         D. seeing
2/ Cigarette _______ kills thousands of people every year.
A. smokes             B. smoke              C. to smoke                    D. smoking
3/ She was a much ______ baby.
A. wanted             B. want                 C. to want                      D. wanting
4/ Everybody there looked under twenty and I really _______ my age.
A. felt                   B. feel                   C. to feel                        D. feeling
5/ If you're ever in Oxford, _______ and visit us.
A. will come         B. come                C. to come                      D. coming
6/ He's gone down to the corner shop _______ some milk.
A. will get             B. get                    C. to get                         D. getting
7/ The children spent the afternoon _______ in the garden.
A. played              B. play                  C. to play                       D. playing
8/ He _______ the girl on the arm to get her attention.
A. touched            B. touches             C. to touch                     D. touching
9/ There are more people _______ at this time of the year so prices are high.
A. bought             B. buy                  C. to buy                        D. buying
10/ Not only _______ I speak to her, I even got her autograph!
A. did                   B. do                    C. to do                          D. doing

VII/ Find the one mistake (A, B, C or D) in these sentences and then correct them:
1/ (A) Would you like (B) to have lunch now (C) and (D) later?
2/ We are reminded (A) once again (B) of the writer's love (C) of (D) a sea.
3/ I’d like (A) to have taken a holiday, (B) but I (C) didn’t have(D) too much money.
4/ “I can't come (A) in Saturday.” “That's (B) too bad - we've (C) already bought the tickets (D) so you'll still have to pay.”
5/ We’d love (A) to have gone (B) to the barbecue, (C) but it was (D) possible.
6/ They (A) went to a restaurant (B) and they didn’t enjoy it. They’d prefer (C) to have eaten (D) at home.
7/ You remembered (A) locking the door (B) before you left, (C) but you forgot (D) to close the windows.
8/ Ms. Hoa could remember (A) to drive (B) along the street (C) just before the accident happened, (D) but she couldn’t remember the accident itself.
9/ The old woman was (A) very tired. She tried (B) to keep her eyes (C) to open, but she (D) couldn’t.
10/ My brother has got a (A) terrible headache. He tried (B) taking an aspirin, (C) but it (D) doesn’t help.

VIII/ Read the following passage carefully, and then select the best option A, B, C or D to complete it:
Music, artful arrangement of sounds (1) _______ time. This definition is obviously very broad, but a narrower one would exclude (2) _______ much. Music is part of virtually every culture on (3) _______, but it varies widely among cultures in style and structure. Definitions of music can (4) _______ dramatically over a short time, as they have across the world during the 20th (5)_________.
Can music exist without (6) _______? Some philosophers argue that music should be defined as a kind of “mental(7) _______” and that the physical aspects of sound are simply by-products of this image. If you (8) _______ you can have a musical experience by imagining the sound of a piece of music, then you think (9) _______ can exist without sound. But most musical experiences involve producing or (10) _______ to physical characteristics of sound such as pitch and timbre (quality comparable to texture or color in sight).
Is the tape-recorded sound of a large metal-stamping machine music? Are 4 minutes (11) _______ 33 seconds of silence music? Is the activity of reading a (12) _______ of hundreds of seemingly unrelated objects, activities, and states of mind music? Each of these “(13) _______”, as well as many other sounds (or nonsounds), has been copyrighted (14) _______ a musical composition, performed, and recorded in the 20th century. One of the legacies of 20th century music is to have blurred the definition of music as (15) _______ before.

New vocabulary:
- to exclude (v.): ngăn chặn, loại trừ, không cho (ai…) hưởng (quyền…)
- by-product (n.): sản phẩm phụ, hậu quả phụ
- pitch (n.): độ cao (của giọng…)
- timbre (n.): (âm nhạc) âm sắc
- seemingly (adv.): có vẻ, ra vẻ, tưởng chừng như
- legacy (n.): tài sản kế thừa, gia tài
- to blur (v.): làm mờ đi, che mờ

1/ A. through        B. over                 C. along                D. across
2/ A. too               B. so                     C. very                  D. enough
3/ A. Earth            B. the moon          C. stars                  D. the sun
4/ A. vary             B. change              C. remain              D. stay
5/ A. year              B. month              C. century             D. decade
6/ A. accent                    B. voice                C. sound               D. noise
7/ A. drawing        B. painting            C. picture              D. image
8/ A. know           B. say                   C. see                    D. think
9/ A. music           B. people              C. culture              D. images
10/A. reading        B. speaking                    C. listening           D. writing
11/A. and             B. but                   C. or                     D. so
12/A. title             B. book                C. list                    D. menu
13/A. phrases        B. letters               C. words               D. works
14/A. like             B. as                     C. such as             D. for example
15/A. not              B. seldom             C. ever                  D. never

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/ It is getting late, so I have
2/ We like Giao, but we think she tends
3/ How old was your sister when she learned
4/ Sang is lazy. He needs
5/ We’re sorry. We didn’t mean
6/ I decided
7/ Thanh pretended
G/ not to go out because of the bad weather.
8/ Remember
9/ This afternoon we plan
10/ Mr. Long appears

A/ to make you disappointed.
B/ to switch the lights off when you go out.
C/ to talk so much in class.
D/ not to see us as she passed us on the road.
E/ to be doing a better job.
F/ to drive a car?
H/ to go to the cinema.
I/ to leave now.
J/ to work harder.

II/ Supply the correct form of the word in brackets:
1/ I don't think he has any notion of the seriousness of the situation.
2/ She reacted surprisingly calmly to the news of his death.
3/ The book contains lyrical descriptions of the author's childhood.
4/ By the end of the evening I could cheerfully have punched him.
5/ Mozart's musical compositions include symphonies and operas.
6/ This drug can be safely used in combination with other medicines.
7/ The same subject matter gets a very different treatment by Chris Wilson in his latest novel.
8/ I'm very appreciative of all the support you've given me.
9/ He reached a reasonable level of competence in his English.
10/ He doesn't listen to what I say and it's so frustrating.

III/ Match the styles of music in column A with their definitions in column B:
A B
1/ folk music
2/ rock ’n’ roll
3/ pop music
4/ classical music
5/ jazz
6/ hip-hop
7/ ballad
8/ rap
9/ country music
10/ soul music
A/ a song or poem that tells a story, or (in popular music) a slow love song
B/ a type of modern music with a rhythm in which the strong notes are usually not on the beat and which is usually improvised
C/ popular music which expresses deep feelings, originally performed by Black Americans
D/ traditional songs and music, passed from one generation to the next
E/ modern commercial music, usually tuneful, up-tempo and repetitive, that is aimed at the general public and the youth market in particular
F/ a type of popular music in which the subject of the songs is often politics or society and the words are spoken rather than sung
G/ a type of popular music with a strong rhythm in which the words are spoken, not sung
H/ music that is considered serious or intellectual and is usually written in a traditional or formal style, as opposed to such genres as pop, rock, and folk music
I/ a style of popular dance music that began in the 1950s in the United States and has a strong loud beat and simple repeated tunes
J/ popular music which is based on a type of traditional music from the western and southern US

IV/ Make questions for the underlined parts of the following statements:
1/ Every day I go to school by bicycle.
→______________________?
2/ Our teacher lives in a small house in this town.
→______________________?
3/ The police will come here in ten minutes.
→______________________?
4/ The farmers are working in the field now.
→______________________?
5/ She went to market to buy some bread.
→______________________?
6/ The boy was glad because he was given presents.
→______________________?
7/ This hand bag belongs to my friend.
→______________________?
8/ We have 3 English classes every week.
→______________________?
9/ There are 5 members in my family.
→______________________?
10/ It often takes him 15 minutes to go to his office.
→______________________?

V/ Complete the questions with “How” with a suitable word:
1/ Giang: Trang, this is my friend Phong.
Trang: __________ you do, Phong?
2/ Trung: __________ is your house to the post office?
Minh: About ten-minute walk.
3/ Son: It’s 7 p.m. already. __________ going out for a walk?
Cao: Good idea!
4/ Khoa:__________ you spell your name?
Thanh: It is “T-H-A-N-H”.
5/ Nam: __________ is your shirt?
Lo n g : I don’t know. It’s a gift.
6/ Hoa: __________ you feeling?
Nhung: Very well, thanks.
7/ Lan: __________ have you been playing here?
Khoa: For 2 hours now.
8/ Anh: __________ do you run?
Chung: About 2 kilometers per hour.
9/ Dung: __________ do you run?
Em: About 3 kilometers.
10/ Hanh: __________ is the river?
Phong: About 12 kilometers long.

VI/ Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one:
1/ The woman doesn’t have enough money to buy a new car.
→A new car _____________________.
2/ Perhaps no one wants to make friends with him so I might write to him.
→If no one else _____________________.
3/ That kind of food has a really delicious taste.
→That kind of food tastes ________________.
4/ That policeman arrested the thief last week.
→The thief ______________________.
5/ He can speak only a few words of English.
→He can hardly ____________________.
6/ Playing football on a rainy day is fun.
→It _________________________.
7/ It would be a good idea to invite him to our meeting.
→I think we should ____________________.
8/ They are too young to watch this film.
→They are not __________________.
9/ We want to invite you to our party this weekend.
→Would you _______________?
10/ Michael Jackson is a wonderful singer.
→Michael Jackson sings __________________.

VII/ Rewrite the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one. Do not change the word given:
1/ It takes him twenty minutes to drive to his office. (spends)
→He ______________________.
2/ Her family often go abroad on vacation. (tend)
→Her family _______________________.
3/ I think you should not go home too late to make your parents worried. (were)
→If __________________________.
4/ There aren’t many people going to see that football match. (few)
→Only _______________.
5/ ―I will give you some more books and pencils,‖ said my father. (promised)
→My father __________________.
6/ Our teacher never let us make noise in class. (allowed)
→We _____________________.
7/ It’ll be nice to welcome you to our team this season. (forward)
→ We’re ________________.
8/ You should take your jeans to be mended soon. (have)
→You should _________________.
9/ “Are you interested in the story?” said the teacher. (whether)
→The teacher _______________________.
10/ The song is so romantic that I have listened to it many times. (such)
→It _____________________.

VIII/ Read the passage and statements below carefully, and then say whether the statements are true (T), false (F) or not given (N):
Music is part of every culture on Earth. Many people feel that music makes life worth living. We can make music ourselves if we play an instrument or sing. We can hear music on CDs and on radio or television. Music gives us pleasure. It can cheer us up, excite us, or soothe us.
WHAT IS MUSIC?
Music can be happy, sad, romantic, sleepy, spine-tingling, healing—all kinds of things. But what is it? Some people define it as an artful arrangement of sounds across time. Our ears interpret these sounds as loud or soft, high or low, rapid and short, or slow and smooth. The sounds need to continue for a time in some sort of pattern to become music.
Music, like language, is a uniquely human form of communication. As with language, there are many different kinds. In North America, people listen to jazz, rock, classical, folk, country, and many other kinds of music. Each kind of music has its own rules and ―speaks‖ to us in its own way.
What we think of as music depends on where we live. What Americans are used to listening to might sound strange to someone from another culture, and vice versa. It might not even sound like music. In Indonesia, gamelan orchestras play music on gongs, drums, and xylophones. These aren’t the instruments you’d find in a typical orchestra in North America.
Today, modern communications make it possible for us to listen to music from all over the world. Music from one part of the world influences music from another part. For example, gamelan music from Indonesia influenced 20th century American composers such as John Cage.

New vocabulary:
- to soothe (v.): làm dịu, làm nguôi (tình cảm…)
- spine-tingling (adj.): very special and exciting
- healing (adj.): để chữa bệnh, để chữa vết thương
- gamelan orchestra (n.): Indonesian percussion orchestra: an Indonesian orchestra that consists mainly of percussion (sự đánh trống, sự gõ mõ)instruments such as chimes (chuông hòa âm, chuông chùm), gongs (cái cồng; cái chiêng, kẻng), and wooden xylophones (đàn phiến gỗ, mộc cầm)

1/ Music is part of every culture on all the planets.
2/ Music is considered one important thing which makes life fun and beautiful.
3/ Everyone can make music.
4/ You can see music everywhere.
5/ There are many kinds of music in Vietnam.
6/ We can feel happy when we hear music.
7/ Music can be many kinds of things.
8/ People have the same definition of music.
9/ Sometimes the sounds of music can be slow.
10/ People know all kinds of music in the world.
11/ Everyone understands music the same way.
12/ In different places there are different music instruments.
13/ Nowadays we find it easier to listen to music.
14/ Music from one place is influenced by others from other places.
15/ American music influences Indonesian music a lot.
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ANSWER KEYS
UNIT 12: MUSIC

A. MULTIPLE CHOICES:
I/ Choose the word whose underlined part has a different pronunciation from the others in each group:
1/ B. discuss ; 2/ A. type ; 3/ D. class ; 4/ C. question
5/ A. fol k ; 6/ A. group ; 7/ D. bread ; 8/ C. feelings
9/ D. poor ; 10/ A. worked

II/ Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others in each group:
1/ D. relax ; 2/ B. combination ; 3/ D. musician ; 4/ A. European
5/ C. description ; 6/ D. contain ; 7/ A. important
8/ B. example ; 9/ A. express ; 10/ C. enough

III/ Select the synonym of the following bold and underlined word in each sentence in the unit:
1/ B. fitting ; 2/ D. adolescent ; 3/ A. powerful ; 4/ A. show
5/ C. refreshed ; 6/ D. continue ; 7/ A. pleasant  8/ A. forceful ;
9/ B. delighted with ; 10/ D. Talk over

IV/ Select the antonym of the following bold and underlined word in each sentence in the unit:
1/ D. simple ; 2/ A. uncommon ; 3/ B. feeble ; 4/ D. discontinue
5/ A. aged ; 6/ C. anxious ; 7/ A. languid ; 8/ D. tart
9/ B. late ; 10/ A. obscure

V/ Choose the best answer A, B, C or D for each sentence:
1/ D. musically ; 2/ B. strengthen ; 3/ D. singing
4/ A. national ; 5/ C. countryside ; 6/ B. attractive
7/ B. different ; 8/ B. information ; 9/ B. learned
10/ C. pleasure

VI/ Choose the correct form of verbs to complete the sentences:
1/ A. saw ; 2/ D. smoking ; 3/ A. wanted ; 4/ A. felt
5/ B. come ; 6/ C. to get ; 7/ D. playing ; 8/ A. touched
9/ D. buying; 10/ A. did

VII/ Find the one mistake (A, B, C or D) in these sentences and then correct them:
1/ (C) and → or ; 2/ (D) a sea → the sea
3/ (D) too much → enough ; 4/ (A) in → on
5/ (D) possible → impossible; 6/ (B) and → but
7/ (A) locking → to lock ; 8/ (A) to drive → driving
9/ (C) to open → open ; 10/ (D) doesn’t help → didn’t help

VIII/ Read the following passage carefully, and then select the best option A, B, C or D to complete it:
1/ D. across ; 2/ A. too ; 3/ A. Earth ; 4/ B. change ; 5/ C. century
6/ C. sound ; 7/ D. image ; 8/ D. think ; 9/ A. music ; 10/ C. listening
11/ A. and ; 12/ C. list ; 13/ D. works ; 14/ B. as ; 15/ D. never

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
I C F J A G D B H E


II/ Supply the correct form of the word in brackets:
1/ seriousness ; 2/ calmly ; 3/ lyrical ; 4/ cheerfully ; 5/ musical
6/ combination ; 7/ treatment ; 8/ appreciative ; 9/ competence
10/ frustrating

III/ Match the styles of music in column A with their definitions in column B:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
D I E H B F A G J C

IV/ Make questions for the underlined parts of the following statements:
1/ How do you go to school every day?
2/ Where does your/ our teacher live?
3/ How long/ When will the police come here?
4/ Who are working in the field now?
5/ What did she go to market for?/ Why did she go to market?
6/ Why was the boy glad?
7/ Who(m) does this hand bag belong to?
8/ How often do you/ we have 3 English classes?
9/ How many members are there in your family?
10/ How long does it take him to go to his office?

V/ Complete the questions with “How” with a suitable word:
1/ How do ; 2/ How far ; 3/ How about ; 4/ How do ; 5/ How much
6/ How are ; 7/ How long ; 8/ How fast ; 9/ How far ; 10/ How long

VI/ Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one:
1/ A new car is too expensive for the woman to buy.
2/ If no one else wants to make friends with him, I will write to him.
3/ That kind of food tastes really delicious.
4/ The thief was arrested by that policeman last week.
5/ He can hardly speak English.
6/ It is fun to play football on a rainy day.
7/ I think we should invite him to our meeting.
8/ They are not old enough to watch this film.
9/ Would you like to go to our party this weekend?
10/ Michael Jackson sings wonderfully.

VII/ Rewrite the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first one. Do not change the word given:
1/ He spends twenty minutes to drive to his office.
2/ Her family tend to go abroad on vacation.
3/ If I were you, I would not go home too late to make my parents worried.
4/ Only a few people are going to see that football match.
5/ My father promised to give me some more books and pencils.
6/ We are never allowed to make noise in class.
7/ We’re looking forward to welcoming you to our team this season.
8/ You should have your jeans mended soon.
9/ The teacher asked me whether I was interested in the story.
10/ It is such a romantic song that I have listened to it many times.

VIII/ Read the passage and statements below carefully, and then say whether the statements are true (T), false (F) or not given (N):
1/ F ; 2/ T ; 3/ F ; 4/ F ; 5/ N ;
6/ T ; 7/ T ; 8/ F ; 9/ T ; 10/ F
11/ F ; 12/ T ; 13/ T ; 14/ T ; 15/ F

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