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Bài tập trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 10, Unit 16 Historical places

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UNIT 16: HISTORICAL PLACES

I/ Choose the word whose underlined part has a different pronunciation from the others in each group:
1/ A. historical                B. arrival               C. brilliant            D. still
2/ A. places                              B. houses              C. increases                    D. chooses
3/ A. laureate                  B. teach                C. season              D. mean
4/ A. famous                  B. passage            C. talent                D. carry
5/ A. cultural                  B. such                 C. suggest             D. particular
6/ A. backs                     B. scholars            C. ways                 D. festivals
7/ A. confucian               B. doctor              C. follow              D. long
8/ A. thought                  B. ground             C. about               D. noun
9/ A. behavior                B. between            C. became             D. relic
10/ A. established                    B. talented            C. educated                    D. needed

II/ Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others in each group:
1/ A. historical                B. renovation        C. traditional         D. continuous
2/ A. famous                  B. become            C. relic                  D. passage
3/ A. Confucian              B. cultural             C. architect            D. festival
4/ A. behavior                B. brilliant            C. existence                    D. impressive
5/ A. establish                 B. impressive        C. successful         D. typical
6/ A. educated                B. initially             C. wonderfully      D. beautifully
7/ A. memorialize           B. university         C. originally          D. occasionally
8/ A. laureate                  B. together            C. engraving         D. italic
9/ A. achievement                    B. important         C. following         D. consider
10/ A. tortoise                B. between            C. scholar             D. doctor

III/ Match the words in column A with their synonyms in column B:
A B
1/ relic
2/ representative
3/ establish
4/ memorialize
5/ brilliant
6/ achieve
7/ repair
8/ impress
9/ festival
10/ attractive
A/ accomplish
B/ set up
C/ appealing
D/ symbolic
E/ restore
F/ odd
G/ carnival
H/ vestige
I/ celebrate
J/ imprint

IV/ Match the words in column A with their antonyms in column B:
A B
1/ late
2/ brilliant
3/ achieve
4/ traditional
5/ impressive
6/ success
7/ final
8/ beautiful
9/ typical
10/ fall
A/ dull
B/ first
C/ fail
D/ early
E/ ugly
F/ petty
G/ rise
H/ loss
I/ unconventional
J/ irregular

V/ Match the sentences, clauses or phrases in column A with the ones in column B to make meaningful sentences:
A B
1/ It’s cheaper to go by car
2/ The garden looks better
3/ I know him well-probably better
4/ He did very badly in the exam-
5/ It’s a long walk from here to the station-
6/ I don’t play tennis much these days.
7/ The exam was quite difficult-
8/ It’s too noisy here.
9/ I was feeling tired last night,
10/ I’d like to have a more reliable car.
A/ than anybody else.
B/ further than I thought.
C/ more difficult than we expected.
D / The one I’ve got keeps breaking down.
E/ I used to play more often.
F/ worse than expected.
G/ so I went to bed earlier than usual.
H/ than by train.
I/ Can we go somewhere quieter?
J/ since you tied it up.

VI/ Choose the best answer A, B, C or D for each sentence:
1/ She specializes in _______ novels set in eighteenth-century England.
A. history              B. historian           C. historic             D. historical
2/ She's studying modern Japanese language and _______.
A. culture              B. cultured            C. cultural             D. culturally
3/ He is best known as the _______ of a long-running TV series.
A. origin               B. original             C. originality         D. originator
4/ Ask me again tomorrow. I'll have to give it some _______.
A. think                B. thinking           C. thought            D. thoughtful
5/ Reducing the size of classes may improve _______ standards.
A. educate             B. educated                    C. educational       D. educative
6/ I didn't get much of an _______ of the place because it was dark when we drove through it.
A. impress            B. impression        C. impressive        D. impressively
7/ A number of patients have been _______ treated with the new drug.
A. success             B. successful         C. successfully      D. unsuccessful
8/ It's just a _______ of the bigger river, but called by a different name.
A. continue                    B. continuous       C. continual                    D. continuation
9/ I'm just going to _______ myself - it should only take a few hours.
A. beauty              B. beautiful                    C. beautify            D. beautifully
10/ All she needed to _______ her happiness was a baby.
A. complete                    B. completely        C. completion       D. completeness

VII/ Select the best option to complete the sentences:
1/ My house is _______ yours. They have the same size.
A. as big as           B. so big as           C. bigger than       D. the biggest
2/ Your watch is _______ mine. Yours is 300 dollars and mine is 200 dollars only.
A. cheaper than                        B. more expensive than
C. as expensive as                              D. the cheapest
3/ The film is _______ the one we saw last week.
A. so interesting as                   B. less interesting than
C. fewer interesting than                    D. much interesting than
4/ Petrol is _______ it was a few years ago.
A. as twice expensive as           B. more expensive twice than
C. twice as expensive as           D. expensive more than twice
5/ The exam paper is _______ we expected.
A. more easily than                  B. more easy than
C. more easier than                   D. easier than
6/ Let’s go by bus. It’s _______.
A. much cheaper                      B. more cheaper
C. much cheaper than               D. more cheaper than
7/ _______ I get, _______ I am.
A. The older- the more happy
B. The more old- the happier
C. The older- the happier
D. The more old- the more happy
8/ ______ money we earn, _______ we live.
A. The more- the better
B. The many- the better
C. The more- the more good
D. The many- the more good
9/ It I were _______, I’d fall in love with her.
A. more younger                      B. any younger
C. much older than                  D. older than
10/ What was _______ holiday you’ve ever had?
A. most enjoyable                              B. the most enjoyable
C. the more enjoyable              D. more enjoyable

VIII/ Find the one mistake (A, B, C or D) in these sentences and then correct them:
1/ She’s nothing (A) like (B) so good (C) at tennis (D) like her friend.
2/ (A) Have (B) as (C) many potatoes (D) that you like.
3/ His hand is (A) so (B) steady (C) as (D) a rock.
4/ The dictionary wasn’t (A) nearly (B) as (C) helpful (D) than I had hoped.
5/ Tom drank (A) half (B) as (C) much beer (D) like Hugo.
6/ (A) The more (B) difficult it is, (C) more (D) harder he tries.
7/ You’re (A) the (B) more (C) infuriating person I’ve (D) ever met.
8/ He’s (A) a great deal (B) the best (C) boxer (D) in the world.
9/ I (A) would like (B) to go to a school (C) as (D) the one my sister goes to.
10/ That garden is (A) as (B) beautiful (C) like the one (D) in the park.

IX/ Read the following passage carefully, and then select the best option A, B, C or D to complete it:
CANADA - LAND OF MANY REGIONS
Today, Canada is made (1) _______ of ten provinces and three northern territories. As a big country, it has many different (2) _______.
British Columbia is the westernmost Canadian province and the (3) _______ province on the Pacific Ocean. Mountains (4) _______ most of it. Vancouver, a major port city, is here.
The Maritime Provinces lie along the Atlantic (5) _______. They consist of New Brunswick,
Nova Scotia, (6) _______ Prince Edward Island. These provinces, along with Newfoundland and Labrador, are sometimes (7) _______ the Atlantic Provinces. Fishing is a major industry in these (8) _______. The rugged, rocky coastlines and picturesque fishing villages draw (9) _______ in summer.
In between the (10) _______ are the Prairie Provinces and the eastern provinces of Ontario and Québec. Rolling wheat (11) _______ cover much of the Prairie Provinces—Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. They (12) _______ more than one-fifth of the world’s wheat.
(13) _______ of Canada’s people live in Ontario and Québec. These two provinces are Canada’s business and (14) _______ heartland. Toronto, Canada’s largest city, is in Ontario. So is Canada’s capital, (15) _______. Montréal, the second largest city, is in Québec.
Canada’s(16) _______ territories are in the northern part of the country, (17) _______ the land is frozen much of the year. The Northwest Territories, Nunavut, and the Yukon Territory have long, extremely (18) _______ winters.

New vocabulary:
- territory (n.): đất đai, địa hạt, lãnh thổ; khu vực, vùng, miền
- westernmost (adj.): cực tây
- rugged (adj.): gồ ghề, lởm chởm, xù xì

1/ A) up                B) over                 C) across               D) in
2/ A) cities            B) counties           C) places               D) regions
3/ A) one              B) most                 C) only                 D) best
4/ A) fulfill           B) cover                C) place                D) put
5/ A) coast            B) beach               C) seaside             D) shore
6/ A) and              B) but                   C) or                     D) so
7/ A) said              B) called               C) told                  D) considered
8/ A) territories      B) mountains        C) provinces         D) cities
9/ A) peoples        B) artists               C) fishermen         D) tourists
10/A) coasts          B) provinces         C) towns               D) territories
11/A) lands                    B) fields                C) spaces              D) places
12/A) make                    B) shoot                C) produce            D) do
13/A) Two-three   B) Second-three    C) Second-thirds   D) Two-thirds
14/A) industrial     B) agricultural       C) mechanical       D) modern
15/A) Quebec       B) Toronto           C) Montreal          D) Ottawa
16/A) two             B) three                 C) four                  D) five
17/A) that             B) when                C) where               D) which
18/A) cool            B) warm               C) hot                   D) cold

X/ Read the paragraphs below carefully, and then put them in the correct order to make a proper reading:
LONDON LANDMARKS
4/ Millions of people visit London every year from all over the world. If you travel there, you’ll find many fascinating things to see and do.
7/ During August and September, you can visit Buckingham Palace. That’s where the queen lives most of the year. It has about 600 rooms, but you’ll see only state rooms where the queen entertains guests. In the morning, a colorful ceremony called ―changing of the guard‖ takes place in the courtyard. One group of palace guards off duty, and another troop arrives to replace them.
1/ You can tour the Tower of London, a historic fortress that was once a royal palace. It was also used as a prison for hundreds of years. Two of the wives of King Henry VIII—Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard—were put to death here. The Crown Jewels are a popular attraction at the Tower. This collection of jeweled crowns, swords, scepters, and other royal objects is only used on special occasions, such as the crowning of a new ruler.
6/ Be sure to visit Westminster Abbey, one of Britain’s famous churches. The nation’s kings and queens are crowned here. Many rulers and famous citizens are buried here. There are also monuments to political figures and poets.
2/ The Houses of Parliament are along the Thames River, near Westminster Abbey. This is where the government meets. Look up to see the clock tower with Big Ben, London’s famous bell that rings every hour. You can get on a boat nearby for a ride on the Thames.
5/ Other places you might want to see are Scotland Yard, Madame Tussaud’s, and the British Museum. You can find out about London’s famous criminals in the Crime Museum at Scotland Yard, the home of London’s Metropolitan Police. At Madame Tussaud’s, you’ll see eerily realistic, life-size wax figures of pop idols and historic figures. A great thing to see at the British Museum is the collection of mummies, tomb paintings, and gold jewelry from ancient Egypt. The museum’s Egyptian collection is one of the largest in the world.
3/ For a good view of London, take a ride in the London Eye. This enormous wheel takes you 443 feet (135 meters) above the London skyline. Unlike a traditional Ferris wheel, the London Eye carries its passengers in enclosed compartments.
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ANSWER KEYS
UNIT 16: HISTORICAL PLACES

I/ Choose the word whose underlined part has a different pronunciation from the others in each group:
1/ B. arrival ; 2/ A. places ; 3/ A. laureate ; 4/ A. famous
5/ D. particular; 6/ A. backs ; 7/ A. Confucian ; 8/ A. thought
9/ D. relic ; 10/ A. established

II/ Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others in each group:
1/ B. renovation ; 2/ B. become ; 3/ A. Confucian
4/ B. brilliant ; 5/ D. typical ; 6/ B. initially ; 7/ B. university
8/ A. laureate ; 9/ C. following ; 10/ B. between

III/ Match the words in column A with their synonyms in column B:
1-H ; 2-D ; 3-B ; 4-I ; 5-F ; 6-A ; 7-E ; 8-J ; 9-G ; 10-C

IV/ Match the words in column A with their antonyms in column B:
1-D ; 2-A ; 3-C ; 4-I ; 5-F ; 6-H ; 7-B ; 8-E ; 9-J ; 10-G

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

VI/ Choose the best answer A, B, C or D for each sentence:
1/ D. historical ; 2/ A. culture ; 3/ D. originator
4/ C. thought ; 5/ C. educational ; 6/ B. impression
7/ C. successfully ; 8/ D. continuation ; 9/ C. beautify
10/ A. complete

VII/ Select the best option to complete the sentences:
1/ A. as big as  ; 2/ B. more expensive than
3/ B. less interesting than ; 4/ C. twice as expensive as
5/ D. easier than  ; 6/ A. much cheaper
7/ C. The older- the happier ; 8/ A. The more- the better
9/ B. any younger  ; 10/ B. the most enjoyable

VIII/ Find the one mistake (A, B, C or D) in these sentences and then correct them:
1/ (D) like → as ; 2/ (D) that → as ; 3/ (A) so → as
4/ (D) than → as ; 5/ (D) like → as ; 6/ (C) more → the
7/ (B) more → most; 8/ (A) a great deal → by far
9/ (C) as → like ; 10/ (C) like → as

IX/ Read the following passage carefully, and then select the best option A, B, C or D to complete it:
1/ A) up ; 2/ D) regions ; 3/ C) only ; 4/ B) cover ; 5/ A) coast
6/ A) and ; 7/ B) called ; 8/ C) provinces ; 9/ D) tourists
10/ A) coasts ; 11/ B) fields; 12/ C) produce ; 13/ D) Two-thirds
14/ A) industrial ; 15/ D) Ottawa ; 16/ B) three
17/ C) where ; 18/ D) cold

X/ Read the paragraphs below carefully, and then put them in the correct order to make a proper reading:
4 –7 –1 –6 –2 –5 –3

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