Đề kiểm tra trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 12, unit 8: Life in the future (Đề 2)

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Đề kiểm tra trắc nghiệm Tiếng Anh 12, unit 8: Life in the future (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. garage         B. storage   C. shortage          D. encourage
2. A. plough         B. cough     C. laugh               D. enough
3. A. moustache     B. machinery    C. champagne    D. championship
4. A. card          B. award                   C. chart             D. car
5. A. captain          B. obtain             C. maintain        D. remain
6-10. Pick out the word that has the stress differently from that of the other words.
6. A. retail            B. pursue              C. direct     D. consult
7. A. agency         B. memory           C. encounter         D. influence
8. A. accompany B. comfortable     C. judgment          D. justify
9. A. demand        B. explode            C. create               D. furnish
10. A. guarantee   B. recommend      C. represent                   D. illustrate
11-25. Choose the best answer among Ạ, B, C or D that best completes each sentence.
11. The boat was sailing in a straight …….
A. direction                    B. line         C. course    D. way
12. The matter is now in ……. of my lawyer.
A. hand       B. hands     C. the hand                    D. the hands
13. He failed to ….. the required Standard, and did not qualify for the race.
A. come to B. get to      C. reach      D. go to
14. The announcement had a …… effect on house prices.
Â. dramatic                    B. exciting C. attractive                   D. threatening
15. The inflation has made a ……  drop in profits of the company.
A. dramatic                    B. Sharp     C. pointed            D. A and B
16. In the shanty towns there are very poor ….. standards.
A. life       B. living        C. accommodation         D. lifestyle

17. A number of Britain’s beaches fail to  ….. European standards on cleanliness.
A. meet       B. satisfy    C. fulfill      D. achieve
18. The average citizen in the ….. world uses over 155kg of paper per year.
A. developed        B. well-developed
C. development    D. All are correct
19. We should consider the need to be…..  harmony …..  our environment.
A. in - of     B. in - with           C. on - of    D. on – with
20. There is growing concern …… violence on television.
A. of           B. at            C. about               D. in
21.  Stress at work is a matter of concern …… staff and management.
A. to           B. for          C. at            D. in
22. We have ……. great progress in controlling inflation.
A. done       B. made                C. fulfilled            D. brought
23.  ……. man is…….. reasoning animal.
A. The - a   B. X - a       C. Some - any      D. Any – the
24. The writer took …… of his inspiration from nature.
A. any                  B. much      C. many      D. numbers
25. I’m on ….. night duty. When you go to ….. bed, I go to …… work.
A. a-X-X                        B. X-X-X
C. X-the-the                   D. the-X-a
26 - 30. Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correcting.
26. Parents whose children show a special interest in a particular sport have a
                      A                                                           B                               C
difficult decision to make on their children’s careers.

27. My neighbours, whose two small children make a lot of noise, never apologize to.
                                  A                                       B                            C             D
28. Those novels, written from a well-known writer, are worth reading.
           A                              B                                    C                D
29. Children bringing up in the City are very curious about farm animals.
                       A               B              C                          D

30. There were several interesting seminars for which he picked up some useful information.
                     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. We must do a great deal of housework before we leave for work.
A. Before we leave for work, there had been a great deal of housework to do.
B. There is a great deal of housework to do before we leave for work.
c. There is a great deal of housework for us doing before we leave for work.
D. There is a great deal of housework done before we must leave for work.
32. John’s brother used to let him drive his car at weekends.
A. John’s brother never let him drive his car at weekends.
B. John is no longer allowed to use his brother’s car at weekends.
C. John is allowed to use his brother’s car at weekends.
D. John is used to driving his brother’s car at weekends.
33. Most of the people in the village prefer the City life.
A. Everyone in the village prefers the City life:
B. No one in the village like living there.
C. Few people in the village prefer living in the City.
D. Nearly everyone in the village prefer living in the City.
34. If he could speak German, he would be able to get a job there.
A. He couldn’t speak German so he wasn’t given the job there.
B. He can’t speak German, so he won’t be able to get a job there.
C. He can’t speak German because he won’t get a job there.
D. He wishes he can speak German and work there.
35. Neither Tony nor his brother likes playing tennis.
A. Tony doesn’t like playing tennis and so does his brother.
B. Tony doesn’t like playing tennis and his brother too.
C. Unlike his brother, Tony doesn’t like playing tennis.
D. Tony doesn’t like playing tennis and his brother doesn’t either.
36 - 45. Choose the word or phrase among A, B, C or D that best fits the blank space in the following passage:
Oxford engineer, David Heston, is planning an interesting cycle ride this summer - (36)….. the Sahara Desert. During his five-week journey, temperatures (37)…..  a sizzling 45°. David, 19, of Church Road, Dorchester, hopes to complete the first summer (38)…… of the desert on a tandem (bicycle for two people). “It does sound a bit (39)….. he said. (40)…. there are good reasons. It’s part of a research expedition about finding ways of (41)…. the spread of the desert. The Sahara is getting bigger and bigger and that’s bad (42)…… .

David is taking five Cambridge University friends with him. One will join him on the tandem and the others will drive two Land Rovers in support, travelling from (43)….. of Algeria to Agadez in the South. The journey is not without its problems, and (44)….. a 600-mile section (45)…..has no roads and no water.
36. A. along         B. over        C. across     D. throughout
37. A. reached      B. had reached     C. were reaching   D. will reach
38. A. cross                   B. Crossing                    C. journey            D. travel
39. A. boring        B. easy                 C. shocking                    D. crazy
40. A. But            B. And                 C. Also                 D. Too
41. A. stop           B. stopping                    C. to stop             D. stopped
42. A. new                     B. news               
C. information      D. pieces of information
43. A. northern    B. northerly                   C. northwards      D. the north
44. A. includes     B. include             C. is including      D. are including
45. A. where         B. which               C. who                 D. what
46 - 50. Choose the item among A, B, C or D that best answers the question about the passage:
Until recently, the ‘Science of the future’ was supposed to be electronics and artificial intelligence. Today it seems more and more likely that the next breakthrough in technology will be brought about through a combination of those
two Sciences with organic chemistry and genetic engineering. This Science is the combination of biotechnology.
Organic chemistry enables us to produce marvelous synthetic materials. However, it is still difficult to manufacture anything that has the capacity of wool to conserve heat and also to absorb moisture. Nothing that we have been able to produce so far comes anywhere near the combination of strength, lightness, and flexibility that we find in the bodies of ordinary insects.
Nevertheless, scientists in the laboratory have already succeeded in ‘growing’ a material that has many of the characteristics of human skin. The next step may well be ‘biotech heart and eyes’ which can replace diseased organs in human beings. This will not be rejected by the body, as in the case with organs from humans.
The application of biotechnology to energy production seems even more promising. In 1996, the famous science-fiction writer Arthur c. Clarke, many of whose previous predictions have come true, said that we may soon be able to develop remarkably cheap and renewable sources of energy. Some of these power sources will be biological. Clarke and others have warned us repeatedly that sooner or later we will have to give up our dependence on non-renewable power sources. Coal, oil and gas are indeed convenient. However, using them also means creating dangerously high levels of pollution. It will be impossible to meet the growing demand for energy without increasing that pollution to catastrophic levels unless we develop power sources that are both cheaper and cleaner.
46. According to the text, the Science of the future is likely to be?
A. Electronics.                  B. Biotechnology.
c. Genetic engineering.    D. Nuclear technology.
47. Organic chemistry helps to produce materials that are ……
A. almost as strong, light, and flexible as an insect's body
B. almost as good as wool
C. not as good as natural materials
D. stronger, lighter, and better than natural materials
48. According to the text, it may soon be possible …….
A. to make something as good as human skin
B. to cure certain diseases that damage human organs
C. to take an organ from one human and give it to another human
D. to make useful substitutes for human hearts and eyes
49. In 1996, Arthur c. Clarke predicted………..
A. new and better ways of heating and lighting homes, offices, and factories
B. newer and better ways of using oil, gas, and coal
C. that using oil, gas, and coal would lead to very high levels of pollution
D. that we may not be able to meet future demand for energy
50. What does the text say is one of the worst problems caused by the use of coal, gas, and oil?
A. They are no longer as easy to use as they once were.
B. They are so cheap that people waste them.
C. They are too expensive for poorer people in many parts of the world.
D. They are very bad for the world around us.
DA unit 8 de 2
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