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Đề kiểm tra trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 12, unit 1: Home life (Đề 1)

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Đề kiểm tra trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 12, unit 1: Home life (Đề 1), có đáp án.
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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. fills     B. adds       C. stirs             D. lets
 
2. A. shops  B. notes      C. mouths      D. blacksmiths
 
3. A. cease B. Chase     C. increase    D. raise
 
4. A. airports   B. suitcases     C. things     D. calculators
 
5. A. plays    B. says              C. pays                 D. lays
 
6 - 10. Pick out the word that has the stress differently from that of the other words.
 
6. A. decision       B. reference                    C. refusal              D. important
 
7. A. intelligent     B. comfortable     C. necessary         D. secretary
 
8. A. cooperate     B. permanent       C. recognize          D. industry
 
9. A. birthday       B. cowboy            C. enjoy                D. pleasure
 
10. A. expression B. decisive            C. dependent        D. independence
 
B. VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURE
 
11-25. Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence.
 
11. A …….. knit community is the one in which relationships are very close.
A. close       B. closely    C. tightly              D. B and C
 
12. Mrs. Brown is bored with doing the ……..chores.
A. household        B. domestic                    C. housework       D. A and B
 
13. The father used to be the …….. of the household in Vietnam.
A. head                 B. leader                        C. president           D. boss
 
14. There has been a shift of  …… from manufacturing to Service industries.
A. change             B. alteration         C. emphasis                   D. movement
 
15. There was a wealth of …….. evidence.
A. supportive       B. support            C. supported        D. supporting
 
16. They tried to …… astonishing feats of engineering by building the tunnel.
A. perform           B. attempt            C. achieve             D. All are correct
 
17. It’s time for you to…… a profession.
A. enter       B. go into             C. join                  D. All are correct
 
18. He’s ………slowly after the operation.
A. mending                    B. recovering        C. relieving                    D. A and B
 
19. When I last saw him, he …… in London.
A. has lived                    B. is living            C. was living  D. had been living
 
20. We …… Dorothy since last Saturday.
A. don’t see                   B. haven’t seen    C. didn’t see         D. hadn’t seen
 
21. The train …… half an hour ago.
A. has been leaving        B. left          C. has left             D. had left
 
22. Jack ……… the door.
A. has just painted                  B. paint
c. will have painted        D. painting
 
23. My sister …… for you since yesterday.
A. is looking                   B. was looking
c. has been looking        D. looked
 
24. I …….. Texas State University now.
A. am attending    B. attend
c. was attending   D. attended
 
25. He has been selling motorbikes…...
A. ten years ago             B. since ten years
c. for ten years ago        D. for ten years
 
26 - 30. Choose the underlined part among A, B, c or D that needs correcting.
 
26. Henry invite me to the movies, but I said I was planning to go shopping that evening.
A                                          B           C                 D

27. It is thought that more than 400 million people will have spoken English by the end of this decade.
              A                        B                                             C                                               D
           
28. You should listen to some kinds of music to have relaxed after a day of hard work.
              A               B                                                 C               D
 
29. The father told to his son not to waste his time playing games all day.
      A                              B                             C                       D
 
30. “Not to forget to send your parents my regards!” Susan said to John.
           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. John used to write home once a week when he was abroad.
A. John doesn’t now write home once a week any longer.
B. John enjoyed writing home every week when he was abroad.
C. John never forgot to write a weekly letter home when he was abroad.
D. When John was abroad he remembered to write home every week.
 
32. The boy was so lazy that he couldn’t stay up late to learn his lessons.
A. The boy was lazy enough not to stay up late to learn his lessons.
B. The boy was too lazy to stay up late to learn his lessons.
C. The boy was lazy enough but he stayed up late to learn his lessons.
D. The boy was lazy enough to stay up late to learn his lessons.
 
33. My father is tired of seeing any violent films.
A. My father hasn’t seen a violent film.
B. My father has enjoyed all the violent films he has ever seen.
C. My father is worried about missing the next violent film.
D. My father never wants to see another violent film.
 
34. As soon as he waved his hand, she turned away.
A. He saw her turn away and he waved his hand.
B. No sooner had he waved his hand than she turned away.
C. She turned away because he waved his hand too early.
D. Although she turned away, he waved his hand.
 
35. John wishes he had remembered to send Mary a Christmas card.
A. John regrets not to send Mary a Christmas card.
B. John regrets forgetting not to send Mary a Christmas card.
c. John regrets not remembering sending Mary a Christmas card.
D. John regrets forgetting to send Mary a Christmas card.
 
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:
 
In the home a dad is very important. He is the (36)……who provides us with money to feed and (37)….. ourselves. He can decorate your bedroom, mend your radio, make (38)….. for your pets, repair a puncture your bicycle tyre and help you with maths homework. A dad can be very useful for (39)…. you in the car to and from parties, music and dancing lessons.
 
A dad is the person whom you ask for (40)…. money. He is the one who (41)…. about the time you spend talking on the phone, as he has to pay for the bills. Dad is someone who will support you in an (42)…. , if he believes you to be right. He is someone who reads your school (43) …. And treats if it is good. A dad likes to come into a nice happy home evening, and settle (44)…. in his chair with a newspaper. He likes to (45) ….  his National Service days.
 
36. A. man           B. someone                    C. person             D. anyone
 
37. A. clothe         B. clothing            C. clothes             D. cloth
 
38. A. rooms        B. houses             C. places              D. cages
 
39. A. bringing     B. taking              C. picking             D. carrying
 
40. A. pocket       B. spending                    C. expense            D. account
 
41. A. explains     B. shouts              C. complains        D. groans
 
42. A. talk            B. discussion        C. disagreement    D. argument
 
43. A. report        B. result               C. record              D. review
 
44. A. down         B. back                 C. on                              D. for
 
45 A. remind        B. realize              C. recognize          D. recall
 
46 -50. Choose the item among A, B, C or D that the best answers the question about the passage:
 
The nuclear family, consisting of a mother, father, and their children, may be more an American ideal than an American reality. Of course, the so-called traditional American family was always more varied than we had been led to believe, reflecting the very different racial, ethnic, class, and religious customs among American groups.
 
The most recent government statistics reveal that only about one third of all current American families fit the traditional mold and another third consists of married couples who either have no children or have none still living at home. Of the final one, about 20 percent of the total number of American households are single people, usually women over sixty-five years old. A small percentage, about 3 percent of the total, consists of unmarried people who choose to live together, and the rest, about 7 percent, are single, usually divorced parents, with at least one child. Today, these varied family types are typical, and therefore, normal. Apparently, many Americans are achieving supportive relationships in family forms other than the traditional one.
 
46. With what topic is the passage mainly concerned?
A. The traditional American family.
B. The nuclear family.
C. The current American family.
D. The ideal family.
 
47. The author implies that
A. There have always been a wider variety of family arrangements in the United States.
B. racial, ethnic, and religious groups have presented the tradition.il family structure.
C. the ideal American family in the best structure.
D. fewer married couples are having children.
 
48. The word “current” in the second sentence of paragraph 2 could be best replaced by which of the following?
A. typical     B. present
c. perfect     D. traditional
 
49. According to the passage, married couples whose children have grown or who have no children represent
A. 33 percent of households.    B. 20 percent of households.
C. 7 percent of households.      D. 3 percent of households.
 
50. Who generally constitutes a one-person household?
A. A single man in his twenties.
B. A elderly man.
C. A single woman in her late sixties.
D. A divorced woman. 
ĐÁP ÁN
 
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