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Đề kiểm tra trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 12: Test yourself F

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A. PHONETICS
 
1 -5. Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
 
1. A. student                    B. stupid              C. study                  D. studio
 
2. A. same                        B. pleasure          C. sound                D. best
 
3. A. sure                        B. sight                 C. sing                     D. same
  
4. A. depth                    B. with                  C. smooth                   D. breathe
 
5. A. weather                B. these              C. therefore                    D. theory
 
6-10. Pick out the ward that has the stress differently from that of the other words.
 
6. A. fluency                 B. literacy                        C. security                        D. industry
 
7. A. dynamic                B. incorporate                    C. strategie                       D. territory
 
8. A. Singapore                B. government                    C. prosperous               D. natural
 
9. A. bilateral                      B. restructure                      C. negotiate                  D. landmass
  
10. A. competitive                   B. continental                    C. industrial                  D. increasingly
 
B. VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURE
 
11 - 25. Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence.
 
11. Don’t forget this is a ….... enterprise – we’re here to make money.
A. commercial      B. charitable         C. trade       D. businessman
 
12. My……aim…….is to be a good husband and farther.
A. key – in life               B. main – in life
C. key – of life               D. main – of life
 
13. She is … a dancer, but she also sings.
A. mostly    B. predominantly
C. mainly    D. All are correct
 
14. I knocked on the window to ….. her attention.
A. get          B. attract    C. catch                D. All are correct
 
15. At last he understood …… he understood.
A. At the end        B. lastly
C. at least             D. at the finish
 
16. The boys put out the camp fire. The fire wasn’t …..
A. switched on     B. on fire    C. on                    D. alight
 
17. They had run away, so they had …..
A. dismissed         B. disturbed                   C. displaced         D. disappeared
 
18. The police wanted Tom to call at the station. They wanted him to call them …..
A. at                     B. in            C. on                    D. up
 
19. No one could account for it. They couldn’t …….  it.
A. explain   B. estimate C. interpret                    D. describe
 
20. Where did they  ?
A. it put up                    B. their tent put up
C. put up it                    D. put their tent up
 
21. The writer got on the bus but he didn’t know where to ……
A. get down                    B. get off
C. get out of                   D. get over
 
22. I paid him a visit. I …….
A. visited him                B. made him a visit
C. did him a visit           D. paid for a visit
 
23. Firemen have put out the fire. They have ……
A. controlled it               B. checked it
C. extinguished it                    D. turned it off
 
24. They discovered the cause of the fire accidently. They discovered it….
A. by chance        B. chancily  C. fortunately      D. luckily
 
25. Two men took the Parcel off the plane. They  ……
A. took off it        B. it took off
C. took off           D. took it off
 
26 - 30. Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.

26. Henry stood up, turned toward me, and speaking so softly that I couldn’t hear what he said.
                    A             B                                    C                                                       D
 
27. A bank or department store must give a reason for refusing to give to one a credit card.
                                            A                B                          C                       D

28. Beside movies and music, it is sports that are enjoyed by most Americans.
        A                                                         B        C                              D
 
29. Vietnamese coffee is regarded such as one of the best in the world.
                                    A                        B            C           D
 
30. Our English teacher would like us not wasting more time in the lab practising our pronunciation.
                                         A                      B                            C                   D
 
31-35. Choose the correct sentence among A, B, C or D which has the same meaning as the given one.
 
31. “Are you willing to help me do this work?” I asked.
A. I asked him if he were willing to help me to do that work.
B.  I asked him if he was willing to help me to do that work.
C. I asked him ủ he was willing to do that work.
D. I asked him if he is willing to do that work.
 
32. With a lot of luck, you may get your book published.
A. If you are lucky, you may get your book published.
B. If you had a lot of luck, you might get your book published.
C. You might get your book published unless you have no luck.
D. Without a lot of luck. you may find it difficult to get your book published.
 
33. Had the announcement been made earlier, more people would have attended the lecture.
A. Not many people came to hear the lecture because it was held so late.
B. Since the announcement was not made earlier, fewer people came to hear the lecture.
C. The lecture \vas held earlier so that more people would attend.
D. Fewer people attended the lecture because of the early announcement.
 
34. This affair does not concern you.
A. This affair is no business of yours.
B. This affair is not interesting.
C. Don’t do this affair.
D. Your concern is to do this affair.
 
35. “Are you doing anything special this week?” Carlos asked Jean.
A. Carlos asked Jean if she had any plans that week.
B. Jean said that this week is special.
C. Carlos told Jean something special.
D. Carlos asked Jean if she had anything special for him.
 
C. READING
 
36 - 45. Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage:
 
Women’s rights supporters from the United States and other countries have (36) …….  to build international (37)…… among activists since the late 19th century. They have formed international advocacy groups and organized women’s conferences with the aim of attaining equal rights for women. Women have used these meetings to focus (38)…. such issues as equal pay and equal economic and educational opportunities for women. For example, the International Congress of women, (39)….. in 1888, demanded equality of (40)…… to education and industrial training. equal wages for equal work and a single Standard of moral conduct for men and women. In 1904 activists Susan B. Anthony and Carrie Chapman Catt established the International Woman Suffrage Alliance to secure the right (41)…..  for women of all nations. During the 1930s another group known as Equal Rights International campaigned (42)…..  the passage of a treaty that would establish equal rights (43)…. men and women. In 1935 a coalition of international women’s rights organizations brought the treaty before the League of Nations, (44)…..  voted to further study the (45)…… of women’s legal status.
 
36. appreciated           B. attempted  C. minded D. anticipated
 
37. A. ties              B. connections C. holds D. helps
 
38. A. in                         B. at            C. over                  D. on
 
39. A. founded                B. established       C. set up     D. All are correct
 
40. A. way                        B. right                  C. access              D. favour
 
41. A. to vote                B. vote                  C. voting              D. voted
 
42. in                             B. for                    C. at                     D. with
 
43. A. for                         B. toward             C. between           D. among
 
44. A. that                   B. which                          C. what                D. whom
 
45. A. trouble                B. problem                     C. issue                D. plan
 
46 - 50. Choose the item among A, B, C or D that best answers the question about the passage:
 
Peacekeeping is the nonaggressive use of military force to help nations in conflict reach a settlement. The United Nations charter does not mention peacekeeping forces, although chapter 6 of the charter does establish guidelines for peaceful resolution of international conflicts.
 
The United Nations’ first peacekeeping effort took place in the Middle East in 1948. The United Nations sent unarmed observers to help maintain the truce negotiated after five Arab countries attacked Israel earlier in the year. The UN first used armed peacekeepers during the Suez Crisis of 1956, when England, France, and Israel fought Egypt for control of the Suez Canal. The peacekeepers oversaw the withdrawal of French, British, and Israeli troops and acted as a buffer between the warring parties.
 
Today, the United Nations’ peacekeeping forces play a neutral role, working to calm regional conflicts in several ways. They can go into an area of conflict as observers, making sure agreements reached between opposing sides are being followed. They can provide a buffer between warring parties by physically interposing themselves in the middle. They can negotiate with military officers on both sides, providing a channel of communication. They can also monitor ceasefires, supervise elections, and provide humanitarian aid.
 
Peacekeepers are lightly armed. They travel in armored vehicles with automatic rifles, but lack artillery, tanks, or other heavy weapons. Their work can be hazardous, especially if one of the warring sides doubts their neutrality. They are often caught in the middle when ceasefires collapse and they sometimes have been deliberately attacked. By 2004 more than 1,800 peacekeepers had died in the line of duty.
 
The Security Council grants authority for peacekeeping missions, usually for several months, although the Council can reauthorize missions for many years. 
 
46. Why were the UN peacekeeping forces founded?
A. To strengthen the power of the United Nations.
B. The United Nations charter sets up that.
C. To help nations to settle down conflicts between them.
D. Chapter 6 of the UN charter establishes guidelines for peacekeeping forces.

47. When did the UN first use armed peacekeepers?
A. In the Middle East in 1948.
B. During the Suez Crisis of 1956.
C. In 2004.
D. In the Iraq War.
 
48. What was the role of the UN peacekeepers during the Suez Crisis of 1956?
A. To oversee the withdrawal of French, British, and Israeli troops.
B. To act as a buffer between the warring parties.
C. To control the Suez Canal.
D. A and B
 
49. What are the functions of the United Nations’ peacekeeping forces nowadays?
A. To have the role of observers.
B. To provide đ buffer between warring parties by physically interposing themselves in the middle or negotiate with military officers on both sides
C. To monitor ceasefires, supervise elections, and provide humanitarian aid.
D. All are correct
 
50. Why are the UN peacekeepers often in danger?
A. Because they sometimes have been deliberately attacked when ceasefires collapse.
B. Because the Security Council cannot reauthorize their missions.
C. Because they don’t have their neutrality.
D. Because they lack artillery, tanks, or other heavy weapons.

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