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Đề kiểm tra trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 12, unit 3: Ways of socializing (Đề 2)

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Đề kiểm tra trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 12, unit 3: Ways of socializing (Đề 2), 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. chain           B. choice     C. choir                D. chocolate
 
2. A. clap             B. ancient   C. cancer              D. annual
 
3. A. iron             B. erase      C. era                   D. rank
 
4. A. bore             B. more       C. explore            D. boss
 
5. A. prefer          B. perfect    C. nerve               D. discover
 
6-10. Pick out the word that has the stress differently from that of the other words.  
 
6. A. attention      B. appropriate     C. terrible             D. non-verbal
 
7. A. according     B. informality       C. expensive         D. acceptable
 
8. A. assistance    B. consider           C. politely            D. compliment
 
9. A. marvellous   B. argument         C. apoplectic        D. maximum
 
10. A. departure   B. separate           C. necessary         D. wrongdoing
 
B. VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURE

11-25. Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence.  
 
11. He is going to ……. a piece of software in his new Computer.
A. install     B. run         C. put         D. A and B
 
12. Despite his cries, no one …… to his assistance.
A. went       B. came       C. led          D. ran
 
13. Will the software …… on my machine?
A. operate   B. manage   C. run         D. work
 
14. Doctors do not always have good communication …….
A. things     B. skills      C. talent               D. means
 
15. Chest pains can be a warning …….. of heart problems.
A. signal     B. sign        C. view       D. syndrome
 
16. I would normally suggest taking time off work, but in this …..I’m not sure that would do any good. 
A. time        B. moment C. instance           D. duration
 
17. Use illustrations where ……but don’t overdo it.
A. able        B. appropriate     C. appropriately D. certain
 
18. We’ve been …. the nod to expand the business.
A. permitted         B. thrown             C. offered    D. given
 
19. Tony said, “I have never been to London. 1 think I shall go there next year”.
A. Tony said he has never been to London and he thinks he Would go there the following year.
B. Tony said he had never been to London and he thought he would go there the following year.
C. Tony said he had never been to London and he thinks he will go there the following year.
D. Tony said he would have never been to London and he thought he would go there the following year.
 
20. Barbara said, ‘i saw them at my parents’ house last year.”
A. Barbara said I had seen them at my parents’ house the previous year.
B. Barbara said she saw them at her parents’ house the previous year.
C. Barbara said she had seen them at her parents’ house the previous year.
D. Barbara said they had seen her at her parents’ house the previous year.

21. He said, “I haven’t seen my cousin today.”
A. He said he hasn’t seen his cousin that day.
B. He said he hadn’t seen my cousin that day.
C. He said he hadn’t seen his cousin that day.  
D. He said I hadn’t seen his cousin that day.
 
22. Father said to me, “Don’t stay there long.”
A. Father told me not stay there long.
B. Father told to me not to stay there long,
C. Father told me not to stay there long.
D. Father said to me not to stay there long.
 
23. Peter said to them, “Don’t leave the room until I come back.”
A. Peter told them not to leave the room until he came back.
B. Peter told them not to leave the room until he comes back.
C. Peter told them not to leave the room until they came back.
D. Peter told them not to leave the room until they come back.
 
24. “Take my luggage to Room 145,” he said to the porter.
A. He told the porter take his luggage to Room 145.
B.  He said the porter to take his luggage to Room 145.
C. He told the porter to take his luggage to Room 145.
D. He said to the porter to take his luggage to Room 145.
 
25. He said to me, “Ring me up tomorrow.”
A. He told me to ring him up the following day.
B. He told me ring him up the following day.
C. He said me to ring him up the following day.
D. He told me to ring me up the following day.
 
26 - 30. Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.
 
26. Paris has been well-known about its famous monuments, beautiful music,
                 A               B                        C
and wonderful restaurants for over one hundred years.
                                                D
 
27. Because there are less members present tonight than there were last night,
                                      A                                              B                  C
we must wait until the next meeting to vote.
                                                              D
 
28. The progress made in space travel for the early 1960s is remarkable.
               A               B        C                 D
29. Sandra has not rarely missed a play or concert since she was seventeen years old.
                            A                                    B              C                                        D
 
30. The director has not decided how to deal with the new problems already.
       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. I don’t want to discuss this subject at the moment.
A. I would not rather discuss this subject at the moment.
B. I would rather not to discuss this subject at the moment.
C. I would rather not discuss this subject at the moment.
D. I would rather not discussing this subject at the moment.
 
32. I would like some information about English classes.
A. Could you please speak to me some information about English classes?
B. Would you mind telling me some information about English classes?
C. Would you like to talk me some information about English classes?
D. I really want you to get some information about English classes.
 
33. We don’t intend to come to the theater for the concert.
A. We don’t have any intention to Corning to the theater for the concert.
B. We don’t have to come to the theater for the concert.
C. We have no intention of Corning to the theater for the concert.
D. Under no circumstances will we come to the theater for the concert.
 
34. “Please let me borrow your dictionary,” Tom said to me.
A. Tom asked me to let him borrow my dictionary.
B. Tom asked me to borrow my dictionary.
C. Tom asked me if I could let him borrow my dictionary.
D. Tom asked me whether I would let him borrow my dictionary.
 
35. “Don’t keep the door locked,” my father said to us.
A. My father told us to keep the door locked.
B. My father told us that we didn’t keep the door locked.
C. My father told us not to keep the door locked.
D. My father told us the door not to be kept locked.
 
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:
 
Speech is one of the most important ways of communicating. It consists of far more than just (36)….. noises. To talk or to (37)…. by other people, we have
to master a language, that is, we have to use combinations of sound that (38)….. for a particular object or idea. Communication (39)…. impossible
if everyone (40)….. up their own language.
 
Learning a language is very important. The basic vocabulary of English is not very large, and only about 2,000 words are needed to speak (41)…. quite well. But the more words you know, the more ideas you can express, and the more precise you can be (42)…. their meaning.
 
Words are the main things we use (43)…. what we want to say. The way we say the words (44)…. also very important. One tone of voice can express
(45)…. emotions and show whether we are pleased or angry for instance.
 
36. A. make  B. making  C. to make D. makes
 
37. A. understand B. be understood C. understanding D. be understandable
 
38. A. to stand     B. stands    C. standing                    D. stand
 
39. A. will be        B. is            C. would be                   D. was
 
40. A. made          B. makes     C. make      D. will make
 
41. A. its              B. them                C. it            D. they
 
42. A. for             B. of           C. in            D. about
 
43. A. to expressing     B. in expressing                   C. expressed        D. to be expressed
 
44. A. is               B. are                   C. will be              D. was
 
45. A. much         B. many               C. few                   D. little
 
46 - 50. Choose the item among A, B, C or D that best answers the question about the passage:
 
Most young couples have meals regularly in their parents’ home with little or no pay, and give their children to the care of old couple free of charge.
 
Investigations have shown that parents of many young couples don’t mind providing meals and caring for their children. However, this practice should not become an accepted social custom.
 
The old couples’ expense on food has already increased while young couples spend more on clothing and furnishing and less on food. If this trend continues, many young couples might take these privileges for granted and become more dependent.
 
It is not the right for young people to make use of the old couples’ love, not only because our nation is well-known for its special respect paid to the elderly, but also because the young must become independent What young people should do is to become more considerate towards their old parents. After years of hard work, they are worthy of such consideration. 
 
46. Most married young couples .
A. live with their parents
B. have meals regularly in their parents’ home for they have little or no fees
c. have not become independent completely
D. pay no respect to the elderly
 
47. The writer thinks it is   for old couple to provide meals or care for their married children.
A. wrong    B. an accepted social custom
C. right       D. understandable
 
48. According to the passage, young couples should  .
A. spend less on clothing or furnishing and more on food
B. look after their children themselves
C. be less demanding and more caring towards their old parents
D. pay for the meals they have in their parents’ home
 
49. Which of the following is TRUE according to the passage?
A. What troubles young people most is that no one will look after their children except their own parents.
B. The reason why young couples depend on their parents to different degrees is that their income is smaller.
C. Old couple should give money to their children instead of providing meals or caring for them.
D. It would be natural that if young couples went on depending on their old parents they would have to provide meals and care for their children when they get married.
 
50. This article is particularly written for .
A. old couples                B. both young and old couples
C. young couples           D. young couples’ children
ĐÁP ÁN
 
DA tieng anh 12, unit 3
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