Ôn tập Tiếng Anh 11 - Test 7

Ôn tập Tiếng Anh 11 - Test 7

Part 1: Phonetics:

Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the rest in each group

1. A. protect B. rotation C. growing D. erosion

2. A. different B. element C. enrich D. taken

3. A. dirty B. city C. animals D. timber

4. A. drainage B. storage C. age D. shortage

5. A. plastic B. vapour C. late D. day

Choose the word whose syllable is stressed differently from the rest in each group

6. A. informal B. interested C. poisonour D. natural

7. A. similar B. capable C. different D. successful

8. A. concentration B. development C. improvement D. agreement

9. A. narrow B. useful C. emblem D. afraid

10. A. adapt B. brother C. timber D. meeting

Part 2: Vocabulary - grammar and structures

Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D

11. The children began throwing stones_____ the mad man.

 A. at B. to C. over D. for

12. I_____ my glasses and broke them.

 A. fell B. dropped C. wore D. was wearing

13. He was the most_____ paid member of staff

 A. high B. highest C. highly D. highliest

14. I_____ had a heart attack when she told me the news.

 A. near B. nearly C. almost nearly D. nearly almost

15. Most of the others were so young that they had_____ any experience.

 

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TEST 7
Part 1: Phonetics:
Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from the rest in each group
A. protect	B. rotation	C. growing	D. erosion
A. different	B. element	C. enrich	D. taken
A. dirty	B. city	C. animals	D. timber
A. drainage	B. storage	C. age	D. shortage
A. plastic	B. vapour	C. late	D. day
Choose the word whose syllable is stressed differently from the rest in each group
A. informal	B. interested	C. poisonour	D. natural
A. similar	B. capable	C. different	D. successful
A. concentration	B. development	C. improvement	D. agreement
A. narrow	B. useful	C. emblem	D. afraid
A. adapt	B. brother	C. timber	D. meeting
Part 2: Vocabulary - grammar and structures
Choose the best answer among A, B, C or D
The children began throwing stones_____ the mad man.
	A. at	B. to	C. over	D. for
I_____ my glasses and broke them.
	A. fell	B. dropped	C. wore	D. was wearing
He was the most_____ paid member of staff
	A. high	B. highest	C. highly	D. highliest
I_____ had a heart attack when she told me the news.
	A. near	B. nearly	C. almost nearly	D. nearly almost
Most of the others were so young that they had_____ any experience.
	A. ever	B. had	C. hardly	D. never
He_____ the glass to his lips and drank the wine.
	A. rose	B. raised	C. lift	D. rised
The injured man was_____ motionless on his back.
	A. lying	B. laying	C. lain	D. lied
I am _____ several important letters but nothings has arrived
	A. expected	B. looked forward to	C. waiting for	D. expecting
You_____ finish your soup if you don’t like it.
	A. must	B. mustn't	C. needn't	D. haven't to
He has some important business to attend_____
	A. for	B. with	C. to	D. X
Let's go ahead and do it now. Nothing_____ by waiting.
	A. accomplishes	B. will be accomplished 	
	C. has accomplished	D. accomplished
English is popular in the world because_____.
A. it's the mother tongue of some countries
B. it's used in almost every field of life
C. it's spoken in the USA
D. all are correct
It takes years to _____ a foreign language.
	A. access	B. master	C. outnumber	D. address
To his parents' great_____, he failed the exam.
	A. disappoint	B. disappointed	C. disappointment	D. disappointing
The sky is getting dark. It____ rain is on its way.
	A. looks	B. looks like	C. seems to	D. will be
Which sentence expresses the same idea as the given one?
I like football and my brother does, too.
A. Both my brother and I like football.	
B. Neither my brother nor I like football.
C. I like football more than my brother does.
D. I like football but my brother likes it more than me
The houses is more expensive than we expect.
A. The house is expected to be expensive
B. The house is expected to be more expensive than it is
C. The house costs more than we expect
D. The house costs less than we expect.
The hostess made every effort to please her guests
	A. The hostess tried hard to please her guests.
B. The hostess didn't please her guests.
C. The guests tried hard to please their hostess.
D. The guests didn't like the hostess
Unless you have a driving license, you aren't allowed to drive a motorbike.
A. Anyone who doesn't have a driving license mustn't ride a motorbike/
B. You can ride a motorbike whether you have a driving license or not
If you don't have a driving license, you must get it.
Anyone who is 18 can ride a motorbike.
It's difficult for me to do this test.
A. I'll try my best but I can't do this test.
B. I don't have any difficulty in doing this test.
C. I find it difficult to do this test.
D. I don't think I have any difficulty in doing this test.
Choose a word or phrase in each sentence that needs correcting
I (A) have a very (B) interested job because (C) as a journalist I meet (D) many people.
My boss (A) watches me very closely and always lets me (B) know how I am (C) doing my job and always tells me if I am doing (D) bad.
You (A) probably have never (B) heard of my country or the town (C) where I live because they are very far (D) of your home.
I would like you (A) at see some pictures (B) of my country and I will attach them (C) to my next (D) report.
I (A) am trying since I was at school (B) to learn another foreign language (C) but it's very difficult (D) for me.
Part 3: Reading
Read the passages below and choose the correct answer among A, B, C or D.
Not so many years ago, the world vitamin was known only to a few scientists. Today it is very widely used, and the importance of vitamins in our foods is common knowledge.
Vitamins are life-giving substances found in foods and are needed for the proper growth and general health of the body. The different kinds of vitamins are indicated by letters of the alphabet. At the present time, vitamins A, B1, B2, C, D, E and G are know. A proper diet should contain a collection of foods in which all of these vitamins are present. Vitamins are also prepared and sold in tablet and capsule form.
Each vitamins has its particular work to do in the life-giving process. Vitamin B1, for example, benefits appetite and digestion. It also helps the body grow. Another vitamin helps the blood to clot, so that danger of bleeding to death in case of injury is lessened. Still another makes the eyes stronger of seeing at night. Airplane pilots need plenty of this vitamin. Scientists think vitamins may have some effect on keeping the hair from turning gray.
Which of the following is not directly stated in the article but is a reasonable conclusion from the reading matter?
	A. scientists have known about vitamins for centuries.
B. vitamins are medicines given to cure diseases.
C. to get all the vitamins a person must eat a variety of foods.
a few people know the value of vitamins.
This article as a whole is about.
A. diet in relation to health	B. prevention of diseases
C. what vitamins are and what they do	D. how scientists discovered vitamins.
We know the name of vitamins through.
	A. the pictures	B. the food	
	C. the letters of the alphabet	D. the different tastes
The word "another" in the fourth sentence of the last paragraph refers to what word?
	A. vitamin	B. food	C. diet	D. medicine
Which sentence if NOT true?
A. vitamins can be taken only by eating the foods in which they are found
B. vitamins can be prepared in tablet and capsule form
C. vitamins have an important effect on health.
D. each vitamin has its particular work to do.
CAPTIONED TELEVISION
By the 1950s many American families owned television sets. During television's first 20 years, deaf people (41)_______ most of the fun. They could not hear what was being said and had to guess.
Deaf people who watched television liked sports and action shows, but they were disappointed with (42)_______ programs. If there was a lot of dialogue, deaf viewers couldn't follow the plot. Even the most skilled lip readers could only catch part of the talking. This frustrated many deaf people.
In the late 1960s, a man started experimenting. Malcom Norwood thought that deaf people could (43)_______ television programs, too. He wanted to develop captions for the programs. Norwood worked for the federal government's Media Services and Captioned Films Division at the Bureau of Education of the Handicapped.
Norwood surveyed many hearing Americans. He wanted to see how they felt about seeing captions on the television screen. Too many people were against the (44)_______. Norwood realized he had to develop another way of captioning - one that would not (45)_______ hearing people.
In October of 1971, Norwood's (46)_______ signed a contract with WGBH-TV, a public television station in Boston. WGBH was hired to experiment with captions. They agreed to (47)_______ a captioned television program for Norwood. That program was made. It was shown on television and at a special convention.
The type of captions made by WGBH could be (48)_______ on any television. No special equipment was needed. These were called "open captions".
Later, a new machine was invented. This device was made to send signals on a special part of the television picture. The signals could be captions. If a family had another kind of machine in their home or in their TV set, then the captions (or signals) would (49)_______ on their television screen. Without the machine, no captions would be seen. That special machine is called a decoder. It receives the signals transmitted from the television station. Captions that (50)_______ a decoder are called "closed captions".
A. missed	B. spoiled	C. shared	D. created
A. racing	B. local	C. color	D. other
A. write	B. recommend	C. enjoy	D. ignore
A. questions 	B. law	C. idea	D. sound
A. interest	B. help	C. bother	D. teach
A. company	B. office	C. students	D. channel
A. make	B. do	C. have	D. write
A. describe	B. confuse	C. require	D. block
A. appear	B. disappear	C. show	D. happen
A. seen	B. put	C. turned	D. had
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