Bộ đề kiểm tra Tiếng Anh 12

II. PRONUNCIATION: Stresses on words with more than two syllables

III. GRAMMAR: 1. The Double and Parallel Comparison (review)

2. The Sequences of Tenses (review)

IV. PRACTICE TEST:

I. Circle the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others

Question 1. A. bamboo B. good C. foot D. cook

Question 2. A. cake B. panda C. face D. late

Question 3. A. social B. science C. sour D. sure

II. Choose the word marked A, B, C, or D whose stress part is placed differently from the others.

Question 4. A. reserve B. schedule C. wildlife D. beauty

Question 5. A. derive B. contain C. leopard D. prevent

III. Choose the word marked A, B, C, or D that best fits each of the blank.

Question 6. Many plants and endangered species are now endangering of___________.

 A. expression B. expulsion C. extinction D. extension

Question 7. ___________ is destroying larger areas of tropical rain forests.

 A. Disforestation B. Deforestation C. Anti-forestation D. forests

 

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Britain began to have a National Curriculum___________. A. one hundred years ago B. in the nineteenth century C. in 1898 D. in 1988 Question 42. Which of the following subjects do British students NOT take exams in? A. Science B. Physical Education C. Maths D. English Language Question 43. Pupils need___________ A levels to continue to study at university. A. one or two B. two or three C. four or five D. five or six Question 44. Which of the following subjects do pupils NOT take on GNVQ in? A. German Literature B. Business C. Art and Design D. Manufacturing Question 45. Pupils normally study for their GCSE between the ages of___________. A. 12 and 14 B. 14 and 16 C. 15 and 17 D. 16 and 18 VI. Choose the word or phrase marked A, B, C, or D that best fits each space in the following text. A tiny village school is soon to celebrate its 110 birthday - against all expectations. Five years ago it seemed certain to close but parents and other villagers fought the local education authority and raised funds to keep it (46)_________. It is now ending its first term as a school (47)_________by the village community and the villagers are just proud of their achievement. They were furious when education chiefs tried to make them send the village children to other schools further away because the number of pupils at the village school was too (48)_________. The villagers started a huge campaign to (49)_________money. They collected enough to hire a teacher and begin to help with school cleaning, lunch supervision and lessons. Now the school is doing well and it seems (50)________it will continue to run in the future. Question 46. A. open B. opened C. to opening D. for opening Question 47. A. run B. running C. has run D. to run Question 48. A. little B. less C. few D. small Question 49. A. rise B. raise C. pay D. deal Question 50. A. in case B. even though C. as if D. if only ___________THE END___________ TOPIC 5. CULTURAL IDENTITY I. VOCABULARY: 01. assimilate / ә’simileit / v Đồng hóa 02. assimilation / ә’simileiʃn/ n Sự đồng hóa 03. custom /’kLstәm/ n Phong tục 04. blind man’s buff /blaind mænz bLf/ Trò bịt mắt bắt dê 05. cultural identity /’kLltʃәrәl ai’dentәti/ Bản sắc văn hóa 06. cultural practice /’kLltʃәrәl ‘præktisiz/ Tập quán 07. martial spirit /’ma:ʃl ‘spirit/ Tinh thần thượng võ 08. national costume /’næʃnәl ‘kɔstjʊm/ Trang phục dân tộc 09. national pride /’næʃnәl praid/ Lòng tự hào dân tộc 10. diversity /dai’vз:sәti/ n Tính đa dạng 11. flock /flɔk/ v Lũ lượt kéo đến 12. maintain /mein’tein/ v Duy trì, gìn giữ 13. multicultural /mLlti’kLltʃәrәl/ a Đa văn hóa 14. solidarity /sɔli’dærәti/ n Sự đoàn kết 15. unify /’jʊ:nifai/ v Thống nhất 16. unite /’jʊ:nai/ v Đoàn kết 17. worship /’wз:ʃip/ v Tôn kính II. PRONUNCIATION: Stresses on words with two syllables III. GRAMMAR: 1. The Double and Parallel Comparison (review) 2. The Sequences of Tenses (review) IV. PRACTICE TEST: I. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest. Question 1. A. same B. taste C. swallow D. page Question 2. A. sleep B. keep C. pleasure D. people Question 3. A. too B. book C. look D. good Question 4. A. described B. picked C. swallowed D. informed Question 5. A. words B. reviewers C. describes D. types II. Choose the word marked A, B, C, or D that has the stress pattern different from the rest. Question 6. A. subject B. swallow C. story D. digest Question 7. A. example B. holiday C. careful D. interest Question 8. A. describe B. chapter C. wonder D. easy Question 9. A. understand B. television C. improvement D. introduce Question 10. A. imaginary B. advantageous C. information D. incredible III. Choose the most suitable word or phrase marked A, B, C or D to complete each sentence. Question 11. My parents__________ they will move to the seaside when my father retires next year. A. think B. thinking C. will think D. thought Question 12. I couldn't resist reading the book even___________ I was very sleepy. A. though B. although C. however D. otherwise Question 13. ___________ that the hope for cancer control may lie in the use of vaccine. A. To believe B. It is believed C. Believing D. The belief Question 14. I went to___________ some pictures by a new painter the other day. A. watch B. see to C. look at D. visit Question 15. My roommate's handwriting was very bad, so he had me_________ his paper for him last night. A. to type B. type C. to have typed D. typed Question 16. The book is so interesting that I can't___________. A. put down it B. put it down C. put down D. be put down Question 17. Would you be___________ to hold the door open? A. too kind B. as kind C. kind enough D. so kind Question 18. What do you mean, he's watching television? He's___________ to be washing the car. A. hoped B. expected C. supposed D. thought Question 19. Children are___________ in watching cartoon films. A. interested B. keen C. fond D. concerned Question 20. The___________ thing about travelling by train rather than by car is that you can sleep or read during the journey. A. enjoyment B. enjoyed C. enjoying D. enjoyable Question 21. I wonder who drank all the milk yesterday. It.___________ have been Jane because she was out all day. A. must B. could C. needn't D. can't Question 22. Books in the home are a wonderful___________ of knowledge and pleasure. A. source B. resource C. list D. sum Question 23. Reviewers describe books__________ "hard-to-put-down", or "hard-to-pick-up-again". A. as B. for C. into D. in Question 24. Books are still a cheap___________ to get knowledge and entertainment. A. means B. way C. method D. measure Question 25. A fine tomb,___________ , marks the grave of the poet Chaucer. A. which in the fifteenth century was erecting B. erecting in the fifteenth century C. erected in the fifteenth century D. being erected in the fifteenth century IV. Choose the underlined part among A, B, C or D that needs correction. Question 26. People respected him because he was a honest man. A. because B. man C. a D. respected Question 27. Today the number of people whom enjoy winter sports is almost double that of twenty years ago. A. whom B. the number C. that D. is Question 28. My uncle has just bought some expensive furnitures for his new house. A. his B. My uncle C. just D. furnitures Question 29. Have you ever read any novels writing by Jack London? A. any B. writing C. Have you D. read Question 30. He studied very hard, so he passed the exam easy. A. easy B. studied C. so D. hard V. Read the passage below and decide which answer marked A, B, C or D best fits each space. Today there are libraries in almost every town in the world. Even in areas (36)_________ there are no libraries, there are often mobile libraries which take boos from one village to (37)_________. But in the days when books were copied by hand (38)_________ than printed, libraries were very rare. The reason is simple: books took a very long time to produce, and there were far fewer copies of any given work around. The greatest library (39)_________ all, that in Alexandria, had 54,000 books. In the ancient world, this number (40)_________ considered huge. It was the first time that anyone had collected so many books from all around the world (41)_________ one roof. There are many theories about why these books were lost. (42)_________ is that the library accidentally burned down. Another is that one of the rulers of the city ordered the books to be burned. They were taken to various places and it took six months to burn them. (43)_________ happened, the collection there was priceless. Many of the library’s treasures were lost forever-some books were (44)_________ recovered. We cannot even know (45)_________ what the library contained. Question 36. A. where B. who C. the place D. which Question 37. A. other B. others C. the other D. another Question 38. A. rather B. else C. more D. much Question 39. A. of B. about C. in D. over Question 40. A. is B. was C. were place D. has been Question 41. A. in B. under C. over D. below Question 42. A. One B. A theory C. None D. All Question 43. A. Whoever B. Whichever C. whatever D. wherever Question 44. A. almost B. never C. already D. yet Question 45. A. exactly B. really C. detailedly D. yet VI. Read and choose the best answer among A, B, C, or D provided. There are books with fairy tales in many countries. Often the same stories are known and repeated in many languages. Some of the things that happen in these stories are remarkable, although not as remarkable as things that are truly happening in medicine and science today. Most fairy tales begin with “Once upon a time” and end with “They lived happily ever after”, so we will begin in the same way. Once upon a time there was a girl called Cinderella who did all the work in the kitchen while her lazy sister did nothing. One night, her sister went to a ball at the palace. Cinderella was left home, very sad. After a time her fairy godmother appeared and told Cinderella that she could go to the ball- but to return home by midnight. So she went to the ball in a beautiful dress in a wonderful coach. She danced with the prince but at midnight she ran back home, leaving one of her shoes on the floor. The prince wanted to see her again and went to every house in the capital until he found that the shoe was the right size for Cinderella. She and the price were married and lived happily ever after. Question 46. Books with fairy are found in ________________. A. our country only B. few countries C. all countries except ours D. many countries Question 47. According to the passage, things truly happening in medicine and science today are_________ things that happen in some fairy tales. A. More remarkable than B. less remarkable than C. as remarkable as D. not as remarkable as Question 48. The word “ball” in the fourth paragraph means ________________. A. a sport equipment B. a dancing hall C. a balloon D. sphere Question 49. Cinderella was very sad because ________________. A. her sister did nothing C. her sister went to a ball and left her at home C. she did all the work in the kitchen D. her sister was invited to a hall Question 50. At the end of the story ________________. A. Cinderella could go to the ball and it was so happened that she and the prince was married B. Cinderella’s godmother came to comfort her C. one of Cinderella’ sisters was married to the prince D. the prince invited Cinderella to the hall _____________THE END______________ TOPIC 6. ENDANGERED SPECIES I. VOCABULARY: 01. biodiversity /baiәʊdai’vз:sәti/ (n) Đa dạng sinh học 02. conservation /kәn’sзrveiʃn/ n Bảo tồn 03. conservation status /‘steitәs/bTình trạng bảo tồn 04. endangered /in’deindʒd/ a Bị đe dọa 05. evolution / i:vә’lu:ʃn/ n Tiến hóa 06. extinct /ik’stiŋkt/ a Tuyệt chủng 07. extinction /ik’stiŋkʃn/ n Tuyệt chủng 08. habitat /’hæbitæt/ n Môi trường 09. poach /pәʊtʃ/ v Săn trộm 10. rhinoceros /rai’nɔsәrәs/ n Tê giác 11. sea turtle /’si: tз:tl/ n Rùa biển 12. survival /sә’vaivl/ n Sự sống sót 13. survive /sә’vaiv/ v Sống sót 14. trade /treid/ n/v Buôn bán 15. vulnerable /’vLlnәrәbl/ a Dễ tổn thương II. PRONUNCIATION: Stresses on words with more than two syllables III. GRAMMAR: 1. The Double and Parallel Comparison (review) 2. The Sequences of Tenses (review) IV. PRACTICE TEST: I. Circle the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the others Question 1. A. bamboo B. good C. foot D. cook Question 2. A. cake B. panda C. face D. late Question 3. A. social B. science C. sour D. sure II. Choose the word marked A, B, C, or D whose stress part is placed differently from the others. Question 4. A. reserve B. schedule C. wildlife D. beauty Question 5. A. derive B. contain C. leopard D. prevent III. Choose the word marked A, B, C, or D that best fits each of the blank. Question 6. Many plants and endangered species are now endangering of___________. A. expression B. expulsion C. extinction D. extension Question 7. ___________ is destroying larger areas of tropical rain forests. A. Disforestation B. Deforestation C. Anti-forestation D. forests Question 8. A lot of different conservation efforts have been made to________ endangered species. A. save B. kills C. make D. do Question 9. The raw sewage needs to be___________ treated. A. chemically B. chemical C. chemist C. chemistry Question 10. There are more than 20___________ working on the water treatment project. A. researches B. researcher C. researchers D. research Question 11. More and more people___________ of food poisoning nowadays. A. exits B. survive C. die D. starve Question 12. The government___________ the flood victims with food, clothes and money. A. gave B. provided C. offered D. presented Question 13. Many people___________ that natural resources will never be used up. A. view B. consider C. believe D. regard Question 14. Conservation is the protection of the _________ environment. A. nature B. natural C. naturally D. naturalize Question 15. There are many___________ of pollution in our modern world A. resources B. sources C. foundations D. bases Question 16. You___________ ask a woman about her age. It’s not polite. A. must B. need C. musn’t D. needn’t Question 17. Pay attention___________ all traffic signs when you are travelling in the street. A. for B. on C. to D. from Question 18. Their plans were cancelled___________ of a bad storm. A. in spite B. because C. instead D. in place Question 19. I’ll lend you the money and you___________ pay me back till next month. A. needn’t B. mustn’t C. need D. must Question 20. You should change your wet shoes, ___________ you’ll catch cold A. therefore B. or C. if D. unless Question 21. The twins used to play rugby when they were four year old, ________? A. don’t they B. didn’t they C. didn’t used they D. did they Question 22. You would rather___________ talking in class so as not to make your teacher angry. A. stops B. stopping C. to stop D. stop Question 23. I’ve got___________ money to lend you now. I think you can ask Lyn for some. A. few B. a few C. little D. a little Question 24. To tell the truth, Aim frightened___________ ghosts. A. for B. on C. with D. of Question 25. Tell her that she___________ be here by six. I insist on it. A. may B. must C. ought to D. might Question 26. He hurried _________ he wouldn’t be late for class. A. since B. as if C. unless D. so that Question 27. There should be no discrimination___________ grounds of sex race or religion. A. on B. at C. of D. in Question 28. He has refused, but he___________ change his mind if you asked him again. A. might B. may C. can D. must Question 29. Two parallel white lines in the middle road meant that you___________ not overtake. A. must B. might C. may D. need Question 30. There’s___________ university in my neighborhood. A. an B. a C. the D. Φ IV. Choose the underlined words marked A, B, C, or D that need correcting. Question 31. The bus will be leaving on five minutes so you’d better hurry up. A. so B. on C. better D. be leaving Question 32. Many teachers have devoted their lives to teaching, therefore teaching is not a well-paid job. A. their B. to C. Many D. therefore Question 33. My parents often take careful of me when I am ill. A. ill B. careful C. parents D. when Question 34. She passed the board exam, who made her parents proud. A. her B. who C. proud D. passed Question 35. Lack of properly physical exercise cause tiredness and poor health. A. poor B. properly C. cause D. exercise V. Read the passage and choose the best answers among A, B, C, or D provided. World Wildlife Fund (WWF) safeguards hundreds of species around the world, but we focus species attention on our flagship species: giant pandas, tigers, endangered whales and dolphins, rhinos, elephant, marine turtles and great apes. These species not only need species measures and extra protection in order to survive, they also serve as “umbrella” species: helping them helps numerous other species that live in the same habitats. In addition to our flagship animals, we work to protect numerous species in peril around the world that live within our priority eco-regions. Laree predators like snow leopards and grizzly bears, migratory species like whooping cranes and songbirds, and a host of other species facing threats also benefit from WWF’ s conservation efforts. Our wildlife trade experts at “traffic” work to ensure that trade wildlife products, doesn’t harm a species, while also fighting against illegal and unsustainable trade. WWF is known for acting sound science. Science leads and guides us strategies and approaches, from the way to restore tigers in viable, breed population to decide which areas need protection the most. Question 36. What does WWF stand for? A. World Wildlife Food. B. World Wildlife Formation. C. World Wildlife Fund. D. World Website Fund. Question 37. How many species do we pay much attention to? A. 5 B. 8 C. 7 D. 9 Question 38. What is the meaning of the world habitats in paragraph 1? A. The place where animals or plants are normally found. B. The place where animals or plants can drink and sleep. C. The place where animals or plants can eat find their enemy. D. The place where animals can find and keep their body warm. Question 39. What can science help us in safeguarding endangered species? A. Find the way to kill all species easily. B. Lead and guide strategies and approaches. C. Discover another habitat of animal. D. Search for a food source for animals. Question 40. Which of the following is not stated in the passage? A. WWF safeguards hundreds of species around the world. B. WWF is known for acting on sound science. C. these above species need extra protection so as not to be extinct. D. All species are so fierce that scientists can’t take care of them. VI. Read and choose the appropriate option from A, B, C, or D provided. WHY DO ANIMALS GO EXTINCT? Different kinds of animals have appeared and disappeared throughout Earth’s history. Some animals go extinct because the climate (41)___________ they live changes. The climate may become wetter or drier. It may become warmer or cooler. If the animals cannot change, or adapt, to the new climate, they die. Some animals go extinct because they cannot (42___________ with other animals for food. Some animals go extinct because they are killed by enemies. New kinds of animals are always evolving. Evolving means that the animals are changing (43)___________ from generation to generation. Small differences between parents, children, and grandchildren slowly add up over many, many generations. Eventually, a different kind of animal evolves. Sometimes many of the animals on Earth go extinct at the (44)___________ time. Scientists call this a mass extinction. Scientists think there (45)___________ at least five mass extinctions in Earth’s history. The last mass extinction happened about 65 million years ago. This mass extinction killed off the dinosaurs. Question 41. A. where B. which C. when D. what Question 42. A. complete B. find C. compete D. exist Question 43. A. accidentally B. suddenly C. quickly D. slowly Question 44. A. same B. similar C. different D. various Question 45. A. has been B. have been C. will be D. are VII. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word or phrase that is CLOSEST in meaning. Question 46. Because of cutbacks in council spending, plans for the new swimming pool had to be shelved. A. stopped B. canceled C. disapproved D. delayed Question 47. Peter is very thankful for all the help you have given him. A. generous B. pleasant C. acceptable D. grateful Question 48. She is eighteen, so by law her father cannot prevent her marriage. A. avoid B. forestall C. defeat D. fail VIII. Mark the letter A, B, C, or D to indicate the word or phrase that is OPPOSITE in meaning. Question 49. The International Organizations are going to be in a temporary way in the country. A. permanent B. guess C. complicated C. soak Question 50. My little daughter would spend an inordinate amount of time in the shop, deciding exactly which 4 comics she was going to buy.  A. excessive B. limited C. required D. abundant ___________THE END_________ TOPIC 7. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE I. VOCABULARY: 01. activate /’ætiveit/ v Kích hoạt 02. algorithm /’ælgәriqәm/ n Thuật toán 03. automated /’ɔtәmeitid / a Tự động 04. call for /’kɔl fәr / v Kêu gọi 05. cyber-attack /’saibә ә’tæk/ n Tấn công mạng 06. exterminate /ik’stз:mineit/ v Tiêu diệt 07. faraway /’fa:rәwei/ a Xa xôi 08. hacker /’hækәr/ n Tin tặc 09. artificial intelligence /a:ti’fiʃl in’telidʒәns/ (n) Trí tuệ nhân tạo 10. implant /im’plænt/ v Cấy ghép 11. incredible /in’kredәbl/ a Đáng kinh ngạc 12. intervention /intә’venʃn/ n Sự tương tác 13. malfunction /mæl’fLnʃn/ n Sự trục trặc 14. navigation /nævi’geiʃn/ n Sự điều hướng 15. overpopulation/әʊvәpɔpjʊ’leiʃn/ (n) Quá tải dân số 16. resurrect /rezә’rekt/ v Hồi phục 17. unbelievable /Lnbi’li:vәbl/ a Khó tin II. PRONUNCIATION: Stresses on words with more than two syllables III. GRAMMAR: 1. The Reported Speech (review) 2. The Reported Speech in Statements, Questions (review) IV. PRACTICE TEST: I. Choose the word whose underlined part is pronounced differently from that of the rest. Question 1. A. burden B. bureau C. burning D. turning Question 2. A. device B. servile C. entice D. service Question 3. A. terrorism B. tertiary C. terrible D. terrify Question 4. A. blood B. food C flood D. enough Question 5. A. tried B. laughed C. typed D. liked II. Choose the word or phrase marked A, B, C or D that best completes each sentence. Question 6. - Bob: ''You must have had a very good time on holiday." - Brian: "__________, it was a disaster. Everything went wrong." A. By tradition B. In short C. On the condition D. On the contrary Question 7. There are_________ ways of spending your free time, so you can choose to do whatever you like. A. scanty B. various C. ridiculous D. variety Question 8. They are trying to persuade the rich to___________ their money to the charities. A. provide B. invest C. finance D. contribute Question 9. Local authorities have to learn to allocate resources___________. A. efficient B: efficiency C. inefficient D. efficiently Question 10. Thousands of factory workers are attending evening classes in an attempt to_________ themselves. A. better B. be better C. being better D. better than Question 11. He eats nothing___________ hamburgers. A. but B. unless C. despite D. apart Question 12. He worked hard_________ a mechanic for ten years before being appointed manager. A. like B. alike C. as D. same as Question 13. This organization is quick___________ sending relief goods to the flooded areas. A. with B. at C. for D. about Question 14. When are you leaving___________ Singapore? This week or next week? A. for B. in C. to D. at Question 15. He suddenly saw Cindy___________ the room, so he pushed his way___________ the crowd of people to get to her. A. across/through B. over/through C. over / over D. through/ across Question 16. The doctor will not give the patient the test results___________ tomorrow. A. until B. from C. at D. on Question 17. Can you help me, please? I can't see the difference___________ these words. A. from B. in C. between D. about Question 18. I don't understand this point. Could you please__________? A. explain to me it B. explain me with it C. explain it to me D. explain it for me Question 19. That house reminds me __________the one where I used to live. A. of B. for C. about D. with Question 20. It was very kind___________ you to lend me the money I needed. A. for B. of C. to D. with Question 21. The bus hit a truck coming___________ the opposite direction A. in B. at C. for D. by Question 22. The company made very good profit in __________. A. the 1990 B. 1990s C. the 1990s D. 1990's Question 23. Alex failed his English exam, but his teacher is going to give him___ chance to pass it. A. another B. the

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