Bài tập trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 12 (đầy đủ)

20. A. material B. sense C. produce D. amusement

21. A. provoke B. encourage. C. provide D. attract

22. A. source B. site C. style D. basis

23. A. uphold B. found C. reinforce D. assist

24. A. properly B. worthily C. perfectly D. equally

25. A. review B. press C. criticism D. result

26. A. set B. band C. group D. limit

27. A. induce B. imply C. suggest D. attract

28. A. cautious B. choice C. approved D. discriminating

29. A. serialized B. transferred C. revised D. visualized

30. A. illustrate B. extend C. feature D. process

31. A. revival B. dimension C. option D. existence

 

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There is also going to be a band. We all expect that it will, go on (35) late in the evening. 26. A. last B. next C. at D. from 27. A. becoming B. having C. going D. getting 28. A. after B. until C. for D. before 29. A. please B. surprised C. friendly, D. interesting 30. A. afterwards B. yet C. however D. because 31. A. visitor B. guests C. members D. crowds 32. A. couple B. their C. her D. his 33. A. called B. discussed C. met D. invited 34. A. work B. employ C. left D. manage 35. A. during B. after C. until D. while D. WRITING. I. In these sentences, each one has four underlined words or phrases marked A, B, C, and D. Choose the one word or phrase that that must be changed in order for the sentence to be correct by circling letter A, B, C or D 1. A great deal of Indian men agreed that it was unwise to confide in their wives, 2. Old-aged parentslike to live in a nursing home because they want to lead dependent lives . 3. They have the same attitudes about Jove and married . 4. It is said that a happy marriage should be base on love . 5. It is better and wise for a couples not to discuss certain matters. II. Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar meaning to the first. Begin with the words given words. 1. He first met her 3 years ago. à It's … 2. The last time he went to a wedding party was 1 month ago. à He hasn't … 3. How long have you been studying this project? à When… 4. He came in and found his son watching TV. à When he … 5. She finished work and then went home à After she … UNIT THREE A. PHONETICS Choose the word whose bold part is pronounced differently from that of the others in the same line. 5 | Page 1. A. a ttract B. a ttach C. a llow D. a lter 2. A. se ntence B. me ntion C. sche dule D. ce ment 3. A. members B. pictures C. parents D. mornings 4. A. su ccess B. nu mber C. ju stice D. ru bbish 5. A. ho nour B. tro phy C. mo del D. so rrow Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the rest in each group 6. A. assistance B. attention C. example D. compliment 7. A. simply B. polite C. formal D. instant 8. A. expression B. compliment C. counterpart D. argument 9. A. beautiful B. terrific C. wonderful D. marvelous 10. A. appropriate B. acceptable C. reasonable D. impossible B. GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY. These are incomplete sentences. Circle A or B, C, D as your best choice to complete each sentence or exchange. 1. Each society has its own beliefs, attitudes, customs, behaviours, and … habits. A. social B. private C. public D. popular 2. Some people are often … at the differences that exist between their own culture and the culture in the other country. A. happy B. surprised C. good D. strange 3. People sometimes … whether you can learn how body language works. A. question B. inquire C. wonder D. require. 4. Understanding and appreciating cultural differences can help people avoid… A. accidents B. faults C. errors D. misunderstanding 5. Cultural differences can make people feel … , Frightened or even insecure. A. uncomfortable B terrified C. inconvenient D. unreasonable 6. "I have never seen such a perfect thing on you.” “…” A. Haven't you? B. I am so happy. C. Really? D. Thank you. That's a nice compliment. 7. “…” “Thank you. I'm glad you like it" A. Congratulations! You have a beautiful motorbike. B. The motorbike is beautiful. C. Where did you buy this motorbike? D. I didn't know you bought a motorbike. 8. We shouldn't … or clap our hands to get the person's attentionin restaurants. A. whistle B. glance C. say D. look 9. 19. Body language is known as non-verbal … . A. exchange B. communication C. expression D. mention 10. Speaking is not a… of non-verbal communication. A. cue B. signal C. glue D. notice 11. Cultural differences are also known … "cultural shock"! A. as B. like C. by D. with 12. "You shouldn't shout in restaurants" à He … me not to shout in restaurant A. suggested B. advised C. offered D. said 13. "I am sorry for being late." à She … for being late. A. apologized B. regretted C. admitted D. denied 14. The British are generally less willing to talk about … matters except to close friends. A. individual B. common C. personal D. external 15. In the United States people are afraid of being too … A. friendly B. solemn C. serious D. formal C. READING. Read the following passage carefully and do the tasks that follow: 6 | Page LEARNING BODY LANGUAGE Throughout history people have always communicated with one another, not only by speech but also by movements of the hands and body. It is, however, only (26) the last few years that these aspects of communication have been studied at all widely. This type of communication is known as body language or non-verbal communication. People sometimes wonder (27) you can learn how body language works. It is of course possible to read books on the subject but you also need to (28) time observing people's movements. A railway station is a particular good place for such observation, as here people can be seen openly expressing eagerness, sorrow, delight, impatience and many other human emotions by means of movement. If you turn down the sound on your television set and try to understand (29) is happening simply by watching (30) picture you will learn even more about communication (31) words. By turning the sound back up every five (32) or so, it is possible to check how accurate your (33) is. Having studied the art of body language you will have a definite (34) at a boring party. You will be able to sit on your own for the whole evening and thoroughly enjoy yourself by both watching (35) interpreting the body language of all the other people there. 1. A. for B. on C. with D. during 2. A. that B. what C. whether D. how 3. A spend B. give C. kill D. lose 4. A. which B what C. that D. who 5. A. one B. a C. the D. this 6. A. with B. and C. including D. without 7. A. minutes B. hours C. months D. years 8. A. understanding B. meaning C. expression D. movement 9. A. disadvantage B. advantage C. benefit D. favour 10. A. and B. but C. or D. with D. WRITING. Make meaningful sentences with the words given: 1. Apology /way / express / regret or sorrow /. 2. When / hurt / feeling / apologize. 3. He / admit / break / gas cooker. 4. I / hope / you I come I see/ me I you/ free time. 5. I / not know / you / play / tennis / well. II Change these sentences from the direct into indirect speech. 1. "I have seen it before and I don't want to see it again.” Tony said. 2. "Mary will assist you, Mark,” Jay said. 3. "We'd better start doing work now as we have to hand it in next week" she said. 4. “If you finish your work early, I'll tell you a story," the teacher said to them. 5. The gardener told her, "You can pick as many flowers as you like from this bed only". 6. My father often advised me, "Don't put off your work until tomorrow if you can do it today.” UNIT FOUR A. PHONETICS Choose the word whose bold part is pronounced differently from that of the others in the same line. 1. A. co mmission B. co mputer C. co mpany D. co mmittee 2. A. li brary B. begi nning C. hi story D. eveni ng 3. A. meth od B. fath er C. feath er D. weath er 4. A. ch emistry B. ch ildren C. sch ooling D. ch aracter 5. A. wea ther B. mea sure C. trea tment D. plea sure II. Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the rest in each group 6. A. miraculous B. secondary C. immediate D. compulsory 7. A. independent B. academic C. compulsory D. unexpected 7 | Page 8. A. education B. curriculum C. technology D. activity 9. A. behave B. allow C. struggle D. prepare 10. A. government B. chemistry C. nursery D. intention B. GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY. These are incomplete sentences. Circle A, B, C or D as your best choice to complete each sentence or exchange. 1. The … year in Vietnam runs from September to June and is divided into 2 terms A. academically B. academicals C. academic D. academical 2. A national exam … for all twelfth grade students at the beginning of June. A. held B. taken C. made D. done 3. Children at the age of 11 start moving to … A. kindergarten B. primary school C. lower secondary D. upper secondary 4. We don't accept students who are under 5… A. years old B. of age C. years D. aged 5. Children receive its early… at home so parents should buy some … magazines to put them in the bookcase. A. educational / educate. B. educational /education. C. education / educational. D. education / educated. 6. Maths, English and history are his … subjects. A. favourite B. interesting C. favour D. popular 7. “ … is the primary education?" “5 years” A. How much B. How many C. How often D. How long 8. Schooling is… for all English children from the age of 5 to 16. A. necessary B. compulsory C. essential D. voluntary 9. Children start … 1when they are 6 years old. A. grade B. level C. step D. stage 10. Each term is … by one-week break called half term. A. divided B. cut C. marked D. separated 11. The national curriculum is usually… by the government. A. set B. done C. made D. thought 12. “ … do you participate in extracurricular activities?” “Never.” 13. A. What B. How long C. How much D. How often Maths, Vietnamese literature, English are the … subjects in national exams. A. center B. additional C. core D. favourite 14. Schools in which all students can attend without paying tuition … are public schools. A. fees B. charge C. payment D. bill 15. Do students in Vietnam have to follow a local or … curriculum? A. regional B. national C. provincial D general C. READING. Read the following passage carefully and do the tasks that follow: BOOKS BEFORE SCHOOL Many parents believe that they should begin to teach their children to read when they are (16) more than toddlers. This is fine if the child shows a real interest but (17)a child could be counter-productive if she isn't ready. Wise parents will have a (18) attitude and take the lead from their child. What they should provide is a selection of (19) toys, books and other activities. Nowadays there is plenty of good (20) available for young children, and of course, seeing plenty of books in use about the house will also (21) them to read. Of course, books are no longer the only (22) of stories and information. There is also a huge range of videos, which can (23) and extend the pleasure a child finds in a book and are (24) valuable in helping to increase vocabulary and concentration. Television gets a bad (25) as far as children are concerned, mainly because too many spend too much time watching programmes not intended for their age (26). Too many television programmes (27) an incurious, uncritical attitude that is going to make learning much more difficult. However, (28) viewing of programmes designed for young children can be useful. Just as adults enjoy reading a book 8 | Page after seeing it (29) on television, so children will pounce on books which (30) their favourite television characters, and videos can add a new (31) to a story known from a book. 16. A. scarcely B. rarely C. slightly D. really 17. A. insisting B. forcing C. making D. starting 18. A. cheerful B. contented C. relaxed D. hopeful 19. A. bright B. thrilling C. energetic D. stimulating 20. A. material B. sense C. produce D. amusement 21. A. provoke B. encourage. C. provide D. attract 22. A. source B. site C. style D. basis 23. A. uphold B. found C. reinforce D. assist 24. A. properly B. worthily C. perfectly D. equally 25. A. review B. press C. criticism D. result 26. A. set B. band C. group D. limit 27. A. induce B. imply C. suggest D. attract 28. A. cautious B. choice C. approved D. discriminating 29. A. serialized B. transferred C. revised D. visualized 30. A. illustrate B. extend C. feature D. process 31. A. revival B. dimension C. option D. existence D. WRITING. I. In these sentences, each one has four underlined words or phrases marked A, B, C, and D. Choose the one word or phrase that must be changed in order for the sentence to be correct by circling letter A, B, C, or D.. 1. Why did Gavin say that he didn't think his schooldays are the best days in his life? 2. Students sometimes are allowed to watch educational TV programs in their classroom. 3. He is said being transferred to another school. 4. The school year generally begins in September and end in late May. 5. It is important to teach children what to behave from an early age. II. Change the sentences into the passive voice. 1. They told me to be at the meeting at 6.30 but I was late.I was … 2. They didn't let us talk to each other during exam. We … 3. Will going to England improve my pronunciation? Will my… 4. Nobody is allowed to use this telephone without permission. This telephone … 5. Its thought that the accident was caused by human error. People … 6. Temperature is measured by a thermometer. A thermometer is … 7. They are going to revise the curriculum. The curriculum… 8. In Stratford -on Avon we saw Shakespeare's birthplace. We saw the house … 9. People think that he is talented. He is thought … UNIT FIVE A. PHONETICS I. Choose the word whose bold part is pronounced differently from that of the others in the same line. 1. A. dea dline B. lea flet C. hea dphone D. mea dow 2. A. used B. placed C. formed D. booked 3. A. lo cal B. so cial C. bo ring D. to tal 4. A. lect ure B. tut or C. it em D. not ice 5. A. courses B. fees C. grades D. cues II. Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the rest in each group 6. A. pressure B. entrance C. result D. subject 7. A. interview B. agency C. addition D. customer 8. A. useful B. difficult C. impressive D. dangerous 9. A. company B. condition C. computer D. arrangement 9 | Page 10. A. finance B. lawyer C. service D. order B. GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY. These are incomplete sentences. Circle A, B, C or D as your best choice to complete each sentence or exchange. 1. These students are wondering what university they should … for. A. apply B. ask C. go D. attend 2. UCAS is a … agency which acts on behalf of UK university and college. A. centre B. central C. main D. centralized 3. All … to universities or colleges in England are made through UCAS. A. applicants B. applications C. application D. applicant 4. Instead of saying the General Certificate of Secondary Education we call the GCSE … A. forever B. for sure C. for short D. for convenience 5. There are a lot of subjects but she has a for maths. A. preference B. favour C. like D. need 6. The first thing you have to do is to … this form and send it to the company as soon as possible. A. write B. delete C. fill in D. read. 7. Please write to … your reservation in no more than three days A. assure B. make C. confirm D. identify 8. Students who study far from home often have problems with … A. houses B. rooms C. flats D. accommodation 9. You won't be able to get into the … room if you don't show your ID card. A. test B. examining C. testing D. examination 10. Universities send letters of … to successful candidates by post. A. agreement B. acceptance C. announcement D. reply 11. Among the faculties in this university the … common ones are medicine, law, arts and science A. more B. most C. less D. far 12. The average full-time undergraduate course … three years for most academic subjects. A. lasts B. ends C. finishes D. takes 13. Only … who achieve high grades at the GCSE are able to do the A level course. A. some B. those C. anyone D. person 14. A university usually … faculties and departments. A. includes B. consists C. contains D. involves 15. … faculty in the university is headed by one or more professors who are helped by a staff of teachers called lecturers. A. Each B. Every C. A D. The C. READING. Read the following passage carefully and do the tasks that follow: What is life like for today's students? As the university and college terms began, I talked to a few students about their lives. Sarah James is a second year biology student. “Money is a big problem”, said Sarah. “I can eat quite cheaply at the university, but I spend quite a lot on transport. I also spend quite a lot on clothes, as I like to wear things that are in fashion.” Colin Peters, who is studying engineering, disagree. “I don't spend anything on clothes,” he said, “unless you count climbing boots. I'm very keen on climbing, and you do need special equipment, some of which is very expensive. Luckily, my parents gave me money for my birthday in November. Not much of my money goes on transport, because I have a bicycle.” Diana Bell is a first year fashion student. “I make on my own clothes. This should save me money, but in fact, the materials are very expensive. I don't know how I would manage if I didn't sell some of the dresses and hats I make to the other students. Everything is expensive,” she said. “That includes the rent, food, transport and heating for the flat in winter.” Jack is a science student in his final year. “What do I spend my money on? Well, not on clothes, and not a lot on going out in the evening. My rent is expensive, and I suppose I spend quite a lot on books.” 1. Thisis from … 10| Page A. a student's notebook. B. a letter to a friend C. a magazine article D. an advertisement 2. The aim of the writer is to … A. show how students live. B. give advice to students. C. explain that students work hard. D. complain about students' way of life. 3. The students' main problem is … A. deciding what to wear. B.living on the money they receive. C. finding enough time to study. D. cooking their own food. 4. Colin is different from Sarah because … . A. he has generous parents who help him. B. he doesn't need to study very hard. C. he is not a second year student. D. his clothes and transport cost less 5. Which of the following istrue for Diana? A. I haven't bought any clothes this year but I will have to next year when I start work. B. I'm going to buy a new pair of boots this winter, after my birthday. C. I bought a new jacket and trousers yesterday, so I haven't any money. D. A friend is going to pay me to make a jacket for her, so I will have enough money after all. D. WRITING I.In these sentences, each one has four underlined words or phrases marked A, B, C, and D. Choose the one word or phrase that must be changed in order for the sentence to be correct by circling letter A or B, C, D. 1. The fact which she passed all the exams with good marksis amazing. 2. The y oung teacher had no difficult making the students understand the lesson. 3. Who will be the more suitable candidate for this position ? 4. After obtaining a degree in physics she went back taking another degree in mathematics. 5. He told me some admission requirement to tertiary institutions in Vietnam. II. Rewrite these sentences and try to keep the same meaning of the original sentences. Begin with the words given: Without his help, I wouldn't have been able to get the application form. If he … 1. The man told me the information about this college so I applied for it. If the man … 2. He doesn't work hard so they will dismiss him. Unless … 3. You didn't send the application on time. They didn't call you for the interview. If … 4. The course on Computer Science lasts three years. If you … 5. The man told me the information about this college so I applied for it. If the man … 6. He doesn't work hard so they will dismiss him. Unless … 7. You didn't send the application on time. They didn't call you for the interview. If … 8. The course on Computer Science lasts three years. If you … UNIT 6 A. PHONETICS I. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others in the same line. 1. A. disappointed B. challenged C. applied D. managed 2. A. offers B. employs C. hires D. appoints 3. A. promi se B. poli te C. ambi tion D. certi ficate 4. A. a pplicant B. ca tegory C. va cancy D. ca ndidate 5. A. résu mé B. pressu re C. compu ter D. redu ce II. Choose the word whose stress pattern is different from the rest in each group. 6. A. admit B. offer C. employ D. reduce 7. A. diploma B. ambition C. applicant D. appointment 8. A. interview B. manager C. vacancy D. employer 9. A. category B. accountancy C. certificate D. curriculum 10. A. inaccurate B. managerial C. unexpected D. academic B. GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY For each sentence, choose the best answer (A, B, C, or D) to fill in the blank. 11| Page 1. I am writing to ask if you might have a … in your marketing department for a salesperson. A. job B. post C. vacancy D. work 2. Applications for the new post will be … until the 15 th of this month. A. affected B. exempted C. accepted D. excepted 3. Applicants who are recent graduates are requested to submit two letters of … from their university professors. A. invitation B. Recommendation C. congratulation D. introduction 4. I hoped my application would have been accepted by now, but … has called. A. somebody B. anybody C. someone D. nobody 5. The new employee is a person of high sense of … A. enthusiasm B. responsibility C. keenness D. interest 6. Oh no! I don't have … time to prepare for the job interview. A. some B. much C. little D. many 7. I ought to apply for this position. I definitely have the … A. proficiency B. efficiency C. qualifications D. enthusiasm 8. The new manager was greeted … with a bottle of champagne. A. enthusiast B. enthusiasm C. enthusiastic D. enthusiastically 9. The number of applicants for the new position … ninety. A. reach B. has reached C. have reached D. was reached 10. When she told me I got the job, I was so excited that I didn't know what … A. to tell B. to talk C. to say D. to speak 11. She was pleased … been recommended for the job. A. have B. had C. to have D. having 12. Have you interviewed the applicant … resume we discussed yesterday? A. who B. whom C. whose D. which 13. You are quite suitable for the position … this company is advertising. A. who B. which C. whatever D. whose 14. Mr. Nguyen, with … I am working, is an ambitious man. A. who B. whom C. that D. whoever 15. "Could you recommend me a shop … I can buy a reliable laptop?" A. which B. where C. how D. that 16. December is the time of the year … the weather in Dalat is the coldest. A. which B. where C. when D. whose 17. The guide … is going to accompany those tourists can speak three foreign languages fluently. A. who B. whoever C. whose D. (none) 18. Phan is always the first person in the office … our manager's request. A. understanding B. understood C. understands D. to understand 19. They are discussing about the pie chart … the unemployment rate in the city. A. showing B. showed C. shows D. to show 20. Many goods … in China are now not very saleable in Vietnam. A. manufacturing B. manufactured C. manufacture D. to manufacture C. READING COMPREHENSION Read the following passage and answer the questions that appear below it. A HOLIDAY JOB WITH A DIFFERENCE ! I am studying English at Exeter University. I'm on holiday at the moment and I am working in a public library. I'm lucky to have this job during my winter break. I don't have to get up early. The library opens at 9:00 a.m. and closes at 6:00 p.m. It's interesting work because people are always coming in and asking me to help them, so I'm learning a lot about different subjects. I enjoy the job and find it very amusing. People sometimes use the strangest things as bookmarks. I have found a rasher of uncooked bacon! Matchsticks are common and so are bus tickets. My colleagues always find things too -even a £10 note, but I haven't been so lucky! I often think of the photo of a beautiful woman which I found. On the back were the words: "I love you. I miss you and I'll never forget you." 1. Is the narrator having a seasonal or permanent full-time job? 2. What does the narrator think about her job? 12| Page 3. What is a book mark? 4. Name the five strange bookmarks that have been found in the narrator's library? 5. Which bookmark seems to impress the writer the most? D. WRITING Use the following cues to write a letter of application. Change the forms of the verbs. 1. I / like / apply/ vacancy / Personal A c di

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