Đề kiểm tra trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 12, unit 7: Economic reforms (Đề 2)

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Đề kiểm tra trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 12, unit 7: Economic reforms (Đề 2), có đáp án.
1-5. Pick out the word whose underlined and bold part is pronounced differently from that of the other words.
1. A. admirable   B. adventure         C. advertise                   D. adverb
2. A. laughter       B. bought           C. drought            D. caught
3. A. food               B. took              C. book                D. push
4. A. surname      B. sure              C. surplus            D. surface
5. A. bread           B. repeat            C. mean                D. season
6 - 10. Pick out the word that has the stress differently from that of the other words.
6. A. accountant         B. discover       C. messenger                D. unlucky
7. A. moment       B. receive              C. nuisance                       D. anthem
8. A. marathon     B. advertise                    C. industry             D. conclusion
9. A. advance       B. blackboard       C. protect             D. reduce
10. A. demonstrate        B. beautify           C. successful D. comfortable
11-25. Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence.
11. Our main …….is to increase sales in Europe.
A. aim         B. purpose C. intention          D. All are correct
12. There has been a ….. of emphasis from manufacturing to Service industries.
A. shift       B. move      C. movement        D. A and B
13. She began to suspect that her son was ….. drugs.
A. taking     B. doing      C. on                    D. All are correct
14. We must act ……the law.
A. according to     B. within     C. under      D. All are correct
15. The EU has …… guidelines on appropriate levels of pay for part-time manual workers.
A. issued     B. published         C. produced                   D. All are correct
16. Many companies are on the …..of ruin.
A. edge       B. brink      C. verge      D. All are correct
17. We eventually found the answer by a …… of elimination.
A. course    B. way        C. process            D. means
18. It would be lovely if the children could see and, ……, touch the animals.
A. eventually        B. finally     C. at last     D. if possible
19.  …… the secret of how to make silk remained inside Asia, Europeans were forced to pay incredibly high sums of money for this mysterious material to be brought overland to Europe.
A. Although         B. Only if    C. Due to    D. As long as
20. Ancient Egyptians mummified their dead through the use of Chemicals, …. ancient Peruvians mummified their dead through natural processes by putting dead bodies in extremely dry desert caves.
A. whereas     B. because        C. even though     D. whether or not
21. Some people really enjoy swimming, ……others are afraid of water.
A. while      B. or           C. despite             D. in spite of
22. I was cold and wet. ……, Bob put on his swimming suit and went to the beach.
A. Therefore     B. Despite      C. Although         D. Nevertheless
23. Some people are tall, whereas others are …...
A. intelligent         B. thin.       C. short      D. large
24.  A box is square, whereas ……….
A. a rectangle has four sides
B. my village has a town square in the center
C. we use envelopes for letters
D. a circle is round
25. I can’t ride my bicycle….. there isn’t any air in one of the tires.
A. despite   B. because            C. although                    D. but
26 - 30. Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.
26. He is the man that his novel won the Pulitzer prize last year.
               A               B                 C                         D
21. One of the managers who works for the company has been dismissed.
               A                                 B                                 C               D
28. Many people said that they could not share their experiences and opinions
                              A                                       B    
 so quickly and easily if there were Internet connectivity.
  C                                            D
29. There were too many books on the shelves that I didn’t know which one to choose.
                 A      B                        C                                                                         D

30. Anyone rowing a boat in a strong wind knows it is much easy to go with the wind than against it.
        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. The little boy said he wouldn’t tell anyone about what had happened.
A. The little boy was sure not to tell anyone about what had happened.
B. The little boy promised not to tell anyone about what had happened.
C. The little boy believed he wouldn’t to tell anyone about what had happened.
D. The little boy told me not to tell anyone about what had happened.
32. I remember telling you about the deadline for the assignment.
A. I remember to tell you when the assignment was due.
B. I remember I have told you when the assignment is due.
C. I think I have told you about the assignment’s deadline.
D. I think I have told you when you hand in the assignment.
33. “Can you explain it in another way?” she said.
A. She asked him if he can explain it in another way.
B. She asked him to explain it in another way.
C. She asked him whether he could explain another way to it.
D. She asked him could he explain it again.
34. A majority of the students in this college are from overseas.
A. Everyone in this college is from overseas.
B. No one in this college is from overseas.
C. Few students in this college are from overseas.
D. Most of the students in this college are from overseas.
35. The tourists were unharmed after the train crash.
A. All the tourists were injured in the train crash.
B. None of the tourists were injured in the train crash.
C. The train crash was not harmful for the tourists.
D. The tourists were very afraid after the train crash.

36 - 45. Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage:
Before the 1960s, Singapore was essential a trading nation. Since (36)….. , it has developed a more (37)…. economy and has become an important financial, trade, and transportation center. Singapore has (38)….. banks, insurance, and finance companies, as (39) …..  as a stock exchange. Tourism is also important to the (40)…. of Singapore.
There is (41)…. unemployment in Singapore. The country’s annual income per capita (per person) is one of the (42) …. in Asia. The government of Singapore plays a major role in the country’s economy. For example, it (43)….. what benefits, such as vacation time and sick leave, must be (44)….for workers by employers. It also operates an employment agency to help people find jobs, and it provides (45)…..  for retired workers.
36. A. then           B. that        C. there       D. those
37. A. various      B. varied     C. differed   D. changed
38. A. many         B. few         C. much      D. more
39. A. long           B. far                    C. much      D. well
40. A. economic   B. economics        C. economy                    D. economical
41. A. few             B. little                  C. a little                 D. a few
42. A. most                    B. richest          C. greatest            D. highest
43. A. says           B. tells        C. decides             D. concludes

46 - 50. Choose the item among A, B, C or D that best answers the question about the passage:
When Franklin Roosevelt was elected President of the United States in 1932. not only the United States but also the rest of the world was in the throes of an economic depression. Following the termination of World War I, Britain and the United States at first experienced a boom in industry. Called the Roaring Twenties, the 1920s ushered in a number of things - prosperity, greater equality for women in the work world, rising consumption, and easy credit. The Outlook for American business was rosy.
October 1929 was a month that had catastrophic economic reverberation worldwide. The American stock market witnessed the “Great Crash,” as it is called, and the temporary boom in the American economy came to a standstill. Stock prices sank, and panic spread. The ensuing unemployment figure soared to 12 million by 1932.
Roosevelt was elected because he promised a “New Deal” to lift the United States out of the doldrums of the depression. Following the principles advocated to Keynes, a British economist, Roosevelt mustered the spending capacities of the federal government to provide welfare, work, and agricultural aid to the millions of down-and-out Americans. Roosevelt succeeded in dragging the nation out of the Depression before the outbreak of World War II.
46. A good title for this passage would be ………..
A. The Twenties            B. The End of World War I
c. The Great Crash         D. The Depression
47. The 1920s were called the Roaring Twenties because …….
A. social and economic affairs were prospering
B. women were advancing in the fight for equal rights
C. there was little unemployment
D. people were celebrating the end of World War I
48. When Roosevelt was elected, …….
A. the nation was in a deep depression
B. there were 12 million unemployed workers
C. the nation needed help from the federal government
D. all of the above
49. The “Great Crash” refers to ………
A. the end of World War I                            B. the Great Depression
C. a slump in the stock market                   D. high unemployment figures
50. Roosevelt’s “New Deal” advocated ……. .
A. government spending to provide employment
B. providing support for the poor and unemployable
C. government aid to farmers
D. all of the above 
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