Bài tập trắc nghiệm tiếng Anh 12 (HKII)

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1) American men usually shake hands when ____. A. they are introduced B. they say hello to male friends and business associates C. they say goodbye on business occasions D. All are correct. 2) Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. American men usually don’t shake hands when being introduce. B. On business occasions, they don’t shake hands. C. When a woman is introduced to a man, shaking hands depends on the man. D. Americans tend to be informal in get-togethers. 3) Which of the following statements is NOT true?...

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  1. Bai tâp trăc nghiêm tiêng Anh 12 (Hoc kỳ II) ̀ ̣ ́ ̣ ́ ̣ ̃ ̣ ̀ Nguyên Đăng Hoang Duy UNIT 7: BEING A WELCOME GUEST A- TÖØ VÖÏNG alone (adv) moät mình gift (n) moùn quaø associate (n) ngöôøi coäng taùc host (n) oâng chuû nhaø be up to (exp) tuøy vaøo hostess (n) baø chuû nhaø comfortable (adj)thoaûi maùi independent (adj)töï laäp, ñoäc laäp company (n) khaùch informal (adj) thaân maät earn (v) kieám tieàn introduce (v) giôùi thieäu except (prep) ngoaïi tröø light up (v) chaâm löûa formal (adj) trònh troïng militant (adj) quyeát lieät gesture (n) cöû chæ, ñieäu boä relaxed (adj) deã chòu get-together (n) cuoäc hoïp maët shake hands (exp)baét tay * TRAÉC NGHIEÄM BAØI ÑOÏC (SGK)  Paragraph 1 1) American men usually shake hands when ____. A. they are introduced B. they say hello to male friends and business associates C. they say goodbye on business occasions D. All are correct. 2) Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. American men usually don’t shake hands when being introduce. B. On business occasions, they don’t shake hands. C. When a woman is introduced to a man, shaking hands depends on the man. D. Americans tend to be informal in get-togethers. 3) Which of the following statements is NOT true? A. Americans usually make others feel comfortable in get-togethers. B. Women usually shake hands when they are introduced to each other. C. Shaking hands is up to the woman when she meets a man for the first time. D. Americans usually invite their friends to get-togethers.  Paragraph 2 4) Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. Few American women live alone. B. Women in the US live independently. C. They are afraid of being lonely. D. They are used to borrowing money from others. 5) The word “them” in line 17 refers to ___. A. men B. women C. conversations D. coats 6) Which of the following statements is NOT true? A. American women usually need men’s protection. B. Sometimes they need help from men. C. They are used to going from place to place alone. D. They may ask men to dance.  Paragraph 3 7) What does “those things” in the first sentence refer to? A. smoking B. drinking C. playing cards D. A & B are correct. 8) Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. A few Americans are nonsmokers. B. A smoker should ask before lighting up a cigarette in an American home. C. A nonsmoker is not militant about smoking in public places. D. In restaurants, there are sections for nonsmokers.  Paragraph 4 9) American guests should _____ their host or hostess in the kitchen. A. want B. bring C. help D. do 10) Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. As a guest, you should bring gifts to a dinner. B. A guest doesn’t need to do anything in the kitchen. C. You are expected to take your friends out to dinner at the end of your stay. D. Helping is more important than the gesture. B- ÑIEÅM NGÖÕ PHAÙP CAÀN NHÔÙ Hoc, hoc nữa, hoc mai!!! ̣ ̣ ̣ ̃ Trang 1
  2. Bai tâp trăc nghiêm tiêng Anh 12 (Hoc kỳ II) ̀ ̣ ́ ̣ ́ ̣ ̃ ̣ ̀ Nguyên Đăng Hoang Duy 1) USED TO + V: dieãn taû thoùi quen trong quaù khöù ñaõ chaám döùt ôû hieän taïi a) I used to come here when I was a child. (Toâi ñaõ töøng (thöôøng) ñeán ñaây khi coøn nhoû.) b) He used to smoke a pack of cigarettes every day, didn’t he? (Anh ta töøng huùt moät goùi thuoác moãi ngaøy phaûi khoâng?) * NOTE: S + USED TO ---> S + DID NOT USE TO S + USED TO ---> DID + S + USE TO? 2) BE USED TO + N/V-ING: dieãn taû thoùi quen ôû hieän taïi a) My father is used to the noise. (Cha toâi quen vôùi tieáng oàn.) b) They are used to getting up early. (Hoï quen thöùc sôùm.) * NOTE: BE USED TO = BE ACCUSTOMED TO = GET USED TO C- BAØI TAÄP TRAÉC NGHIEÄM I- NGÖÕ AÂM:  Choïn moät töø coù phaàn gaïch döôùi ñöôïc phaùt aâm khaùc nhöõng töø coøn laïi. 1) A. formal B. love C. come D. some 2) A. business B. send C. noisy D. workers 3) A. relaxed B. mounted C. collected D. needed 4) A. shake B. sugar C. sure D. soap 5) A. gesture B. cruel C. guess D. guest  Choïn moät töø coù troïng aâm chính ñöôïc nhaán khaùc so vôùi nhöõng töø coøn laïi. 6) A. company B. comfortable C. together D. business 7) A. associate B. formal C. movement D. militant 8) A. important B. cigarette C. protection D. informal 9) A. introduce B. conversation C. independent D. welcome 10) A. expect B. alone C. liquor D. invite II- TÖØ VÖÏNG: Choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát. 11) American men usually ______ hands when they are introduced. A. take B. hold C. shake D. lose 12) Thank you for ______ me to the party. A. keeping B. telling C. calling D. inviting 13) Let’s go to the cinema. A. monument B. movies C. theatre D. hall 14) We have a get-together on Sunday. Please join us. A. birthday party B. wedding C. meeting D. discussion 15) May I ______ you to Mr. Jones? A. introduce B. tell C. speak D. want 16) I sometimes do not feel ______ when I am at a party. A. comfort B. comfortable C. comfortably D. comforter 17) “How do you do? I’m Peter.” – “______” A. I’m fine. Thanks C. How are you? B. How’s thing? D. How do you do? I’m John. 18) Mr. Pike invited some ______ to his house for dinner. A. hostesses B. guests C. hosts D. cookers 19) In America, when a woman and a man are introduced, shaking hands ______ the woman. A. depends on B. is up to C. relies on D. A & B are correct. 20) Street vendors are not allowed to sell things on the pavement. A. cross B. roundabout C. corner D. sidewalk 21) Before you light ______ a cigarette, remember to ask for permission. A. up B. down C. on D. off 22) Parents should take good care of their children and ______ them from wrongdoings. A. take B. protest C. protect D. get 23) You will feel ______ when you can earn money yourself. A. independent B. dependent C. inconvenient D. uncomfortable 24) Where is the lift? – It’s over there. A. stair B. elevator C. shelf D. step 25) I could not say anything to express my feeling, except a ______ of sympathy when I heard the bad news from him. Hoc, hoc nữa, hoc mai!!! ̣ ̣ ̣ ̃ Trang 2
  3. Bai tâp trăc nghiêm tiêng Anh 12 (Hoc kỳ II) ̀ ̣ ́ ̣ ́ ̣ ̃ ̣ ̀ Nguyên Đăng Hoang Duy A. gesture B. sign C. signal D. nod 26) It is necessary for the host to make his guests feel comfortable and ______. A. relax B. relaxing C. relaxed D. relaxation 27) I usually feel ______ when I stay at home ______. A. alone/alone B. lonely/alone C. alone/lonely D. lonely/lonely 28) Children always like ice-cream and candy. A. sweets B. sweat C. sweater D. swimming 29) Peter often has a drink with his friends at the pub. A. counter B. bar C. shop D. inn 30) I would like a one-way ticket to Paris. A. return B. single C. double D. cheque III- NGÖÕ PHAÙP: Choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát. 31) I’m quite ______ hard work. A. use to B. used to C. used for D. be used to 32) I’m ______ on my own. A. not used living B. not live C. used not live D. not used to living 33) My father ______ the hot weather. A. gets used to B. used to C. is used to D. A & C 34) We ______ English conversations in class. A. are used to having C. are used having B. used to having D. use to have 35) He ______ in the countryside when he was a little boy. A. use to live B. used to live C. used to living D. is used to living 36) The environment is not as pure as it ______. A. is used to be B. used to be C. used to being D. is used to being 37) This is the chair which my grandfather ______ sit on before he went abroad. A. is used to B. used to C. gets used to D. becomes used to 38) I am ______ on the computer. A. used to working B. used to work C. use to work D. using to work 39) After the Women’s Liberation Movement, American women ______ independently. A. get used to living C. used to living B. are used to living D. A & B are correct. 40) It took me a long time to get used ______. A. to wearing glasses C. wearing glasses B. to wear glasses D. wear glasses 41) In Chile, women ______ both other women and men with a kiss on the cheek. A. are used to greeting C. are used for greeting B. are used to greet D. used to greeting 42) In Russia, women ______ arm in arm with their female friends. A. were used for walking C. are used to walking B. used to be walking D. use to walk 43) You used to spend your summer holidays in Italy, ______? A. used you not B. weren’t you C. didn’t you D. hadn’t you 44) She ______ drive to the station every day, but then she decided to walk instead. A. was used to B. was using to C. had used to D. used to 45) I used ______ forty cigarettes a day. A. smoke B. to smoke C. smoking D. smoked 46) We are not used ______ late at night. A. for studying B. to studying C. to study D. being studied 47) He doesn’t write to his parents as often as he ______. A. used to B. was to C. got used to D. had to 48) Joe ______ be so bad-tempered. I wonder if he’s got problems. A. wouldn’t B. didn’t used to C. isn’t used to D. didn’t use to 49) Peter used to visit his grandmother, ______? A. used he B. didn’t he C. doesn’t he D. did he 50) ______? A. Did you use to stay up late C. Do you use to stay up late B. Did you use to staying up late D. Do you use to staying up late Hoc, hoc nữa, hoc mai!!! ̣ ̣ ̣ ̃ Trang 3
  4. Bai tâp trăc nghiêm tiêng Anh 12 (Hoc kỳ II) ̀ ̣ ́ ̣ ́ ̣ ̃ ̣ ̀ Nguyên Đăng Hoang Duy IV- SÖÛA LOÃI: Choïn moät töø hoaëc cuïm töø gaïch döôùi caàn phaûi ñöôïc söûa. 51) He used to working hard when he was young, but now he is old. A B C D 52) Peter is used to doing morning exercise every day, doesn’t he? A B C D 53) I’m not used to go to school late. I prefer punctuation. A B C D 54) Some years ago, typewriters are used to be very necessary in all offices, but A B C now, computers have gradually taken over the work of typewriters. D 55) Jack no used to smoke until he had a bad luck last year. A B C D 56) When my father is young, he used to walk a long distance, but now he is A B C too old to walk. D 57) The novelist has written three novels so far. Some years ago, he used to A B C have been a teacher. D 58) The drum player is used to play with a dance band when he was young. A B C D 59) Americans are used to say a few words before expressing disagreement, such A B C as “To be honest, I do not agree with you.” D 60) Most women used to stay at home and done the housework. A B C D 61) A nonsmoker usually feels uncomfortably when someone smokes in his house A B C D 62) He used to drinking wine after meals and now he has a stomachache. A B C D 63) This is the school at which Uncle Ho used to studying when he was young. A B C D 64) My eldest brother used to got to school on foot. A B C D 65) When I was young, I was used to stay up late to do all my homework. A B C D 66) I had trouble travelling in Australia. I wasn’t used to drive on the left. A B C D 67) My brother used to sleeping late on weekends when he doesn’t have to work. A B C D 68) Jack was used to play tennis on Saturday but now he doesn’t have time. A B C D 69) Keith used to living in Sydney, but his company had him transferred to a better A B C D position in Melbourne. 70) Fertilizers are used primarily to enrich soil and increasing yield. A B C D V- BIEÁN ÑOÅI CAÂU: Choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát. 71) “John’s brother used to let him drive his car at weekends.” means ______. 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. Hoc, hoc nữa, hoc mai!!! ̣ ̣ ̣ ̃ Trang 4
  5. Bai tâp trăc nghiêm tiêng Anh 12 (Hoc kỳ II) ̀ ̣ ́ ̣ ́ ̣ ̃ ̣ ̀ Nguyên Đăng Hoang Duy C. John is allowed to use his brother’s car at weekends. D. John is used to driving his brother’s car at weekends. 72) “Jack has stopped writing letters to Jill.” means ______. A. Jack has no longer stopped writing letters to Jill. B. Jack used to write letters to Jill. C. Jack has never written letters to Jill before. D. Jack stopped writing letters when Jill came. 73) “Roy used to drive a taxi.” means ______. A. Roy has stopped driving a taxi C. Roy got used to driving a taxi B. Roy is used to driving a taxi D. Roy still drives a taxi 74) “I’m accustomed to getting up early.” means ______. A. I used to get up early C. I’m unable to get up early B. I’m used to getting up early D. I have never got up early 75) “I often drink a cup of tea before meals.” means ______. A. I am used to drinking a cup of tea before meals B. I often drink a cup of tea at meals C. I used to drink a cup of tea before meals D. Drinking a cup of tea every day is my habit VI- ÑOÏC HIEÅU: BAØI 1: Ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát. If you are invited to an American friend’s home for dinner, remember these general rules for polite behavior. First of all, arrive approximately on time but not early. Americans expect promptness. It will be all right to be 10 or 15 minutes late but not 45 minutes late. Dinner might be over-cooked and ruined by then. When you are invited to someone’s home for a meal, it is polite to bring a small gift. Flowers or candy are always appropriate. If you have an attractive thing made in your native country, your host or hostess will certainly enjoy receiving that gift. What will you do if you are served some food that you cannot eat or you do not like? Do not make a fuss about it. Simply eat what you can and hope that no one notices it. Be sure to compliment the cook on the food that you are enjoying. Do not leave immediately after dinner, but do not overstay your welcome, either. The next day, call or write a thank- you note to say how much you enjoyed the evening. 76) When an American invites you to have dinner at his home ______. A. you needn’t arrive on time B. you should arrive to show that you are polite C. you should arrive on time D. you should arrive early to help the host 77) When you come to someone’s house for meal, ______. A. do not bring anything with you B. take some food or drink C. do not care about gifts D. bring some flowers, candy or something made in your native country 78) If you are served some food that you cannot eat , ______. A. immediately tell the host about this B. do not make a fuss about it C. ask for another dish D. apologize for being unable the cook 79) After dinner, ______. A. do not leave immediately or do not overstay your welcome B. do not say anything about the cook C. leave immediately D. stay there until bedtime 80) The next day______. A. immediately invite him to your home. It is your turn B. remember to thank the host for the dinner C. you do not need to thank D. All are correct. BAØI 2: Ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát. If you are invited to someone’s house in America for dinner, you should bring a gift, such as a bunch of flowers or a box of chocolates. If you give your host a wrapped gift, he or she may open it in front of you. Opening a present in front of the gift-giver is considered polite. It shows that the host is excited about receiving the gift and wants to show his or her appreciation to you Hoc, hoc nữa, hoc mai!!! ̣ ̣ ̣ ̃ Trang 5
  6. Bai tâp trăc nghiêm tiêng Anh 12 (Hoc kỳ II) ̀ ̣ ́ ̣ ́ ̣ ̃ ̣ ̀ Nguyên Đăng Hoang Duy immediately. Even if the host doesn’t like it, he or she will tell a “white lie” and say how much they like the gift to prevent the guest from feeling bad. If your host asks you to arrive at a particular time, you should not arrive exactly on time or earlier than the expected time, because this is considered to be potentially inconvenient and therefore rude, as the host may not be ready. 81) The polite host will open the ______ in front of the gift-giver. A. bunch of flowers C. wrapped gift B. bottle of wine D. All are correct.. 82) The host always makes the guests ______. A. feel pleasant B. feel bad C. tell a lie D. show anger 83) What will the hosts do if they don’t like the present? A. give it back C. receive it without smiling B. open it in front of the giver D. receive it with a lie 84) You should arrive ______ if you are invited to a dinner at a particular time. A. exactly on time B. just on time C. early D. late 85) Which of the following is the closest meaning with the word “rude”? A. sad B. impolite C. angry D. helpful VII- ÑIEÀN TÖØ: BAØI 1: Choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát ñeå hoaøn thaønh baøi khoùa döôùi ñaây. Keeping Your Distance Personal space is a term that refers ___(86)___ the distance we like to keep between ourselves and other people. When ___(87)___ we do not know well gets too close we usually begin to feel uncomfortable. If a business colleague comes closer than 1,2 metres, the ___(88)___common response is to move ___(89)___. Some interesting ___(90)___ have been done in libraries. If strangers come too close, many people get up and leave the building; others use different methods such as turning their back on the intruder. Living in cities has ___(91)___ people develop new skills for dealing with situations ___(92)___ they are very close to strangers. ___(93)___ people on crowded trains try not to look at strangers; they avoid skin contact, and apologise if hands touch by mistake. People use newspapers ___(94)___ a barrier between themselves and other people, and if they do not have one, they stare into the distance, ___(95)___ sure they are not looking into anyone' s eyes. 86) A. from B. to C. for D. about 87) A. anyone B. nobody C. people D. someone 88) A. most B. best C. more D. first 89) A. on B. in C. up D. away 90) A. research B. studies C. survey D. questionnaires 91) A. done B. caused C. made D. allowed 92) A. that B. where C. which D. how 93) A. Most of B. The most C. Almost D. Most 94) A. like B. as C. alike D. such as 95) A. making B. make C. be D. made BAØI 2: Choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát ñeå hoaøn thaønh baøi khoùa döôùi ñaây. Good communication is the key to being successful and satisfied in many situations: work, personal, social. At work, communication skills ___(96)___ most commonly shown in your ___(97)___ to use and understand language, whether spoken or on ___(98)___ You need a good command of language to ___(99)___ your ideas. opinions, ___(100)___ feelings across clearly. Listening carefully is ___(101)___ important communication skill, as is the ability and confidence to ___(102)___ questions when you need to understand something or get ___(103)___ from someone. Competence in a language other than your mother ___(104)___ also counts as a ___(105)___ skill. 96) A. are B. have C. were D. do 97) A. capacity B. ability C. knowledge D. fluency 98) A. writing B. written C. paper D. letter 99) A. come B. get C. understand D. know 100) A. also B. too C. so D. and 101) A. a B. the C. an D. any 102) A. answer B. put C. ask D. suggest 103) A. things B. information C. knowledge D. explanation 104) A. tongue B. land C. language D. ability 105) A. giving B. speaking C. understanding D. communication UNIT 8: THE SWORD THAT CAN HEAL Hoc, hoc nữa, hoc mai!!! ̣ ̣ ̣ ̃ Trang 6
  7. Bai tâp trăc nghiêm tiêng Anh 12 (Hoc kỳ II) ̀ ̣ ́ ̣ ́ ̣ ̃ ̣ ̀ Nguyên Đăng Hoang Duy A- TÖØ VÖÏNG abnormality (n) dò taät heal (v) chöõa laønh absorb (v) haáp thuï inject (v) chích, tieâm accurate (adj) chính xaùc intensity (n) cöôøng ñoä beam (n) tia invaluable (adj) voâ giaù birthmark (n) veát bôùt nerve (n) daây thaàn kinh blood vessel (n) maïch maùu patient (n) beänh nhaân bone (n) xöông release (v) tieát ra cell (n) teá baøo remove (v) tieâu huûy, khöû ñi chemical (n) hoùa chaát scalpel (n) dao moå conceal (v) che daáu seal (v) haøn laïi conspicuous (adj)deã thaáy solidify (v) laøm raén laïi deaf (adj) ñieác strike (v) taùc ñoäng deaf (n) ngöôøi ñieác surgeon (n) baùc só phaãu thuaät deafness (n) taät ñieác surgery (n) phaãu thuaät delicate (adj) moûng manh treat (v) ñieàu trò diseased cell (n) teá baøo beänh treatment (n) söï ñieàu trò drill (v) khoan untreatable (adj) khoâng theå ñieàu trò eardrum (n) maøng nhó vaporise (v) laøm boác hôi  CHUÙ YÙ: - UNESCO, CARE, AIDS, UNICEF, NATO, UFO, WHO, VAT, radar - WORD – FORM CHART NOUN ADJECTIVE ADVERB VERB absorbent (chaát huùt nöôùc) absorbent (huùt nöôùc) absorb (haáp thuï) absorption (söï haáp thuï; söï ñam meâ) absorptive (thu huùt) absorbed (ñam meâ) deafness (taät ñieác) deaf (ñieác) deafen (laøm ñieác) (the) deaf (ngöôøi ñieác) (the) military (quaân ñoäi) military (thuoäc veà quaân militarily (theo quan militarize (quaân söï hoùa) militarism (chuû nghóa quaân phieät) ñoäi, quaân söï) ñieåm quaân söï) militaristic (quaân phieät) potential (tieàm löïc, khaû naêng; ñieän potential (tieàm naêng) theá) preference (söï öa thích hôn) preferential (öu tieân) prefer (thích hôn) * TRAÉC NGHIEÄM BAØI ÑOÏC (SGK)  General points 1) The general theme of the passage is “____.” A. Military uses for the laser B. Cancer surgery C. Surgical uses for the laser D. New technology in British hospitals 2) “Ear surgery” is the best heading of ____. A. Paragraphs A and B B. Paragraph C C. Paragraph D D. Paragraph E 3) The best heading of paragraph D is “____.” A. Cosmetic surgery B. Ear surgery C. Treating cancer D. The laser in British hospitals  Paragraphs A and B 4) According to surgeons, lasers are used as ____. A. the beam B. intensity C. accurate scalpels D. cancer cells 5) Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. Lasers are used to cut a human hair. B. Lasers can kill cancer cells. C. Cancers can’t be treated with lasers. D. The diseased cells and their healthy neighbours are killed at the same time. 6) The word “them” in line 17 refers to ___. A. lasers B. satellites C. surgeons D. scientists 7) What does “neighbours” in line 6 refer to? A. cancers B. treatments C. lasers D. cells Hoc, hoc nữa, hoc mai!!! ̣ ̣ ̣ ̃ Trang 7
  8. Bai tâp trăc nghiêm tiêng Anh 12 (Hoc kỳ II) ̀ ̣ ́ ̣ ́ ̣ ̃ ̣ ̀ Nguyên Đăng Hoang Duy 8) What is the main idea of paragraph B? A. Diseased and healthy cells B. The laser used to treat cancer C. Less accessible cancers D. A form of oxygen killing diseased cells  Paragraphs C, D and E 9) The laser beam is invaluable in ear surgery because it ____. A. carries sounds from the eardrum to the nerves B. causes deafness C. can remove bone D. helps us hear well 10) Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. The laser is used to treat deafness. B. We can hear sounds without the eardrum. C. The laser beam makes bones solidify and causes deafness. D. The laser vaporises the bone by touching the surrounding tissue. 11) _____ are a mass of blood vessels. A. cells B. tissues C. beams D. birthmarks 12) Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. The normal cells absorb much of the laser beam. B. Birthmarks are untreatable. C. Birthmarks can be treated with lasers. D. The laser beam makes the birthmark conspicuous. B- ÑIEÅM NGÖÕ PHAÙP CAÀN NHÔÙ 1) PHAÂN SOÁ 1/2: one/a half 3/4: three fourths (quarters) 1/3: one/a third 5 ½: five and a half 1/4: one/a fourth (quarter) 2) SO THAT = IN ORDER THAT a) I was in a hurry so that I wouldn’t be late. (Toâi voäi vaõ ñeå khoâng bò treã.) b) I come to this English speaking club. I want to improve my English. ---> I come to this English speaking club so that I can improve my English. (Toâi ñeán CLB tieáng Anh naøy ñeå caûi thieän voán tieáng Anh.) S + V + SO THAT/IN ORTHER THAT + S (+ Modal verb) + V * CHUÙ YÙ: - SO THAT / INORDER THAT + S + V ---> TO / IN ORDER TO / SO AS TO + V ---> I come to this English speaking club to improve my English. - to / in order to / so as to + V ---> NOT to / in order NOT to / so as NOT to + V I got up early not to be late for school. (Toâi thöùc sôùm ñeå khoâng treã hoïc.) C- BAØI TAÄP TRAÉC NGHIEÄM I- NGÖÕ AÂM:  Choïn moät töø coù phaàn gaïch döôùi ñöôïc phaùt aâm khaùc nhöõng töø coøn laïi. 1) A. sword B. wear C. wet D. swamp 2) A. beam B. comb C. black D. bomb 3) A. surgery B. group C. gender D. general 4) A. ear B. hear C. near D. heart 5) A. doctors B. stops C. months D. locks  Choïn moät töø coù troïng aâm chính ñöôïc nhaán khaùc so vôùi nhöõng töø coøn laïi. 6) A. military B. surgery C. delicate D. disease 7) A. treatment B. inject C. potential D. release 8) A. vaporise B. preferential C. scientist D. valuable 9) A. conspicuous B. conventional C. operation D. abnormal 10) A. conceal B. suffer C. absorb D. remove II- TÖØ VÖÏNG: Choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát. 11) Every year, there are a lot of people who die of ______. A. cancer B. cancel C. canyon D. concrete 12) A new drug has just been invented to ______ flu. A. increase B. decrease C. treat D. practice 13) A laser beam’s ______ is enough to kill cancer cells. Hoc, hoc nữa, hoc mai!!! ̣ ̣ ̣ ̃ Trang 8
  9. Bai tâp trăc nghiêm tiêng Anh 12 (Hoc kỳ II) ̀ ̣ ́ ̣ ́ ̣ ̃ ̣ ̀ Nguyên Đăng Hoang Duy A. intention B. intensive C. intend D. intensity 14) He never felt comfortable because of his ______. A. deafness B. deaf C. deafen D. deafened 15) The acronym of UNO comes from ______. A. United National Organisation C. United Nations Organise B. United Nations Organisation D. United Nationality Organisation 16) The surgeon tried to save the man, but unluckily, the ______ was unsuccessful. A. acceptation B. operation C. generation D. liberation 17) We cannot hear without ______. A. eardrop B. eardrum C. earmark D. earring 18) The acronym of WHO comes from ______. A. World Helping Organisation C. World Health Organisation B. Word Health Organisation D. Word Helping Organisation 19) 5½ is pronounced ______. A. five and a half B. five one two C. a half and fiveD. five with half 20) She looks pretty although she has a ______ on her left eye. A. birth mark B. birth place C. birth right D. birth control 21) Using laser beams to cure illness requires ______. A. certainty B. accuracy C. access D. necessity 22) The acronym of NATO comes from ______. A. North Atlantic Treaty Organising C. North Asian Treaty Organisation B. North Atlantic Treat Organisation D. North Atlantic Treaty Organisation 23) ¾ is pronounced ______. A. three quarter B. third fourths C. three fourths D. A & C are correct 24) After doing ______ service, he returned to the university and continued his study. A. military B. militant C. soldier D. battle 25) Being red, birthmarks ______ the laser beam strongly. A. focus B. notice C. absorb D. interest 26) The acronym of UNESCO comes from ______. A. United Nations Education, Scientific and Culture Organisation B. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation C. United Nations Education, Science and Cultural Organisation D. United Nations Educational, Science and Cultural Organisation 27) The word “laser” comes from the phrase “light application by stimulated emission of ______.” A. radio B. radius C. radiation D. radial 28) When laser beams are used, it is necessary to ______ the human eyes, which are very sensitive, from being damaged. A. protest B. absorb C. invent D. protect 29) The beam that is ______ by a laser differs from the light coming out of a flashlight. A. emitted B. vomited C. submitted D. admitted 30) The wound had already ______ and it left a scar. A. hit B. kept C. sealed D. healed III- NGÖÕ PHAÙP: Choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát. 31) The schoolboys are in a hurry ______ they will not be late for school. A. so as to B. to C. for D. in order that 32) I gave him my e-mail address ______ he could keep in touch with me. A. that B. so that C. such that D. so as to 33) We decided to join the English speaking club ______ improve our English. A. so that B. so to C. in order D. to 34) ______ learn how to use a computer, he decides to take lessons. A. To B. In order to C. So as D. A & B are correct 35) He walked silently ______ wake the other people. A. to not B. to avoid C. so as to not D. in order not to 36) She wore glasses and a wig ______ we couldn’t recognise her. A. so that B. so as to C. in order to D. B & C are correct 37) He locked the door ______ be disturbed. A. in order not B. in order not to C. in order to not D. in order that he not 38) ______ English fluently, we should practise speaking it whenever possible. A. In order to speak C. To speaking Hoc, hoc nữa, hoc mai!!! ̣ ̣ ̣ ̃ Trang 9
  10. Bai tâp trăc nghiêm tiêng Anh 12 (Hoc kỳ II) ̀ ̣ ́ ̣ ́ ̣ ̃ ̣ ̀ Nguyên Đăng Hoang Duy B. In order speak D. In order for speaking 39) The boy always does his homework before class ______ be punished by his teacher. A. so as not to B. so as to C. so that not to D. in order that not to 40) Seat belt laws were introduced ______ traffic fatalities would be reduced. A. in order that B. so as to C. such that D. provided that 41) She phoned me ______. A. so that she invites me to her party C. to invite me to her party B. that she invited me to her party D. for she wanted to invite me to her party 42) Mary took a taxi ______ she could arrive at the conference on time. A. in order B. that C. so that D. A & B are correct 43) Mary put on her scarf ______ she ______ not get cold. A. so that / will B. to / would C. so as to / will D. so that / would 44) I’ll give you my telephone number ______ phone me. A. so that you can B. to C. want to D. A & B are correct 45) She worked hard ______ everything would be ready by 6 o’clock. A. that B. for C. in order that D. so as to 46) I’m going to make an early start ______ get stuck in the traffic. A. so that not B. not to C. so as to not D. in order not 47) I work hard ______ help my family. A. so as to B. in order to C. in order that D. A & B are correct 48) My parents got up early this morning ______ park the car for our journey. A. so that B. in order to C. because D. in case 49) They got up ______ early in the morning that no one saw them leave the house. A. too B. so C. in order to D. such 50) She employed a secretary ______ type her letters and answer the phone. A. in order that B. so that C. to D. for IV- SÖÛA LOÃI: Choïn moät töø hoaëc cuïm töø gaïch döôùi caàn phaûi ñöôïc söûa. 51) He practises speaking English every day in order to he can speak it fluently. A B C D 52) They are learning English in order to they can study in Singapore. A B C D 53) He was tired so that he could not continue his work. A B C D 54) Those students are trying their best in order that to get the scholarship. A B C D 55) Sound is carried from the eardrum to the nerves so as to we can hear it. A B C D 56) In order to helping human beings live longer and healthier, many scientists are A B C working hard so that they can invent new drugs. D 57) Many bridges in London are covered with wooden roofs so that it can be A B C protected from rain and snow. D 58) Please arrive on time in order to we will be able to start the meeting punctually. A B C D 59) The laser beam can attack directly and accurately the diseased cells that the A B C healthy neighbors are left unharmed. D 60) The laser beam seals blood vessels for the birthmark becomes less conspicuous. A B C D 61) My father and I do morning exercises every day so improve our health. A B C D 62) We learn English so that we having better communication with other people. Hoc, hoc nữa, hoc mai!!! ̣ ̣ ̣ ̃ Trang 10
  11. Bai tâp trăc nghiêm tiêng Anh 12 (Hoc kỳ II) ̀ ̣ ́ ̣ ́ ̣ ̃ ̣ ̀ Nguyên Đăng Hoang Duy A B C D 63) He studies very hard so that he can to pass his final exam next month. A B C D 64) They whispered in order that no one could not hear their conversation. A B C D 65) So as to not waste electricity, we turn out the lights when there is enough light. A B C D 66) Mary hid the novel under her pillow in order that her father not saw it. A B C D 67) The notices are written in several languages for everyone can understand them. A B C D 68) Mary went to the library in order so that she could borrow some books. A B C D 69) She is learning French in order to she will be able to speak it when she comes to A B C D Paris. 70) Some young people like to earn their own living so as to be not dependent on A B C D their parents. V- BIEÁN ÑOÅI CAÂU: Choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát. 71) “I try to study English well. I want to get a good job.” means ______. A. I try to study English well so that I can get a good job B. I try to study English well in order that I can get a good job C. I try to study English well to get a good job D. All are correct. 72) “We preserve natural resources. We can use them in the future.” means ______. A. We can use natural resources in the future so that we preserve them B. We preserve natural resources that we can use them in the future C. We preserve natural resources so that we can use them in the future D. We preserve natural resources so as to we can use them in the future 73) “His stomach cancer was too serious to have an operation.” means ______. A. His stomach cancer was so serious that the doctor could not operate on him. B. His stomach cancer was so serious to have an operation C. His stomach cancer was too serious so that the doctor could not operate on him. D. His stomach cancer was serious so that to have an operation 74) “They did not want anyone to hear them. They whispered.” means ______. A. They whispered in order to make everyone hear them B. They did not want anyone to hear them so that they whispered C. They whispered so that no one could hear them D. They whispered in order that they could make everyone hear them 75) “I spoke slowly. The foreigner could understand me.” means ______. A. I spoke slowly so that the foreigner could understand me B. The foreigner spoke slowly so that I could understand him C. I spoke slowly to make the foreigner could understand me D. A & B are correct. VI- ÑOÏC HIEÅU BAØI 1: Ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát. Everyone has headaches from time to time. In the US, every year, up to 50 million persons go to the doctors because of headaches. If you have a headache and it continues over several days, or keeps recurring, it is time to go to the doctor. There is no magic cure for headaches, but doctors can control most of them because of recent research. Doctors say that there are several kinds of headaches. Each kind begins in a different place and needs a different treatment. 76) Everyone______ has headaches. A. always B. often C. usually D. sometimes 77) When you have a headache and it continues over some days ______. A. You should stay at home and it will disappear B. You do not need to see a doctor Hoc, hoc nữa, hoc mai!!! ̣ ̣ ̣ ̃ Trang 11
  12. Bai tâp trăc nghiêm tiêng Anh 12 (Hoc kỳ II) ̀ ̣ ́ ̣ ́ ̣ ̃ ̣ ̀ Nguyên Đăng Hoang Duy C. You should go to the doctor D. You should have an operation 78) Headaches______. A. cannot be cured C. are untreatable B. can be controlled by doctors D. All are correct.. 79) It is said that ______. A. there is only one kind of headaches B. there are only two kinds of headaches C. there are only three kinds of headaches D. there are several kinds of headaches 80) Each kind of headaches ______. A. begins in a different place and needs the same treatment B. begins in a different place and needs the different treatment C. begins in a same place and needs the same treatment D. begins in a same place and needs the different treatment BAØI 2: Ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát. Lasers (the word "laser" comes from the phrase "light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation") have found widespread application in medicine. For example, they play an important role in the treatment of eye disease and the prevention of blindness. The eye is ideally suited for laser surgery because most of the eye tissue is transparent. Because of this transparency, the frequency and focus of the laser beam can be adjusted according to the absorption of the tissue so that the beam "cuts" inside the eye with minimal damage to the surrounding tissue. Lasers are also more effective than other methods in treating some causes of blindness. However, the interaction between laser light and eye tissue is not fully understood. 81) What have found widespread application in medicine ? A. eye surgery C. eye disease B. lasers D. methods in treating blindness 82) What does the word "laser" stand for? A. light amplifying by stimulating emission of radiation B. light amplification by stimulating emission of radiation C. light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation D. light amplifying by stimulated emission of radiation 83) Why is the eye ideally suited for laser surgery? A. laser beams cause minimal damage to the tissue B. laser beams can cut inside the eye C. frequency and focus of laser beams can be adjusted D. most of the eye tissue is transparent 84) What is not fully understood? A. application of laser beams in medicine B. the interaction between laser light and eye tissue C. treatment of eye disease D. methods in treating blindness 85) What is the possible title for this passage ? A. Application of lasers in medicine B. Application of lasers in eye surgery C. Application of lasers in treatment of blindness D. Application of lasers in treatment of eye disease and prevention of blindness VII- ÑIEÀN TÖØ: BAØI 1: Choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát ñeå hoaøn thaønh baøi khoùa döôùi ñaây. A vitamin is a complex ___(86)___ that is important to human body for ___(87)___ and growth. The human body makes some vitamins ___(88)___ but it is not enough. Other vitamins are not made in the body at all and must be ___(89)___. The continued lack of one vitamin that is caused by a certain diet results in a deficient disease. The best way to obtain vitamins is to eat foods ___(90)___ occur naturally. There are also tablets that contain a pure single vitamin. ___(91)___, we should ask a doctor before ___(92)___ them. Up to now, scientists ___(93)___ about 25 different vitamins ___(94)___ are very important to the nutritional need of human beings. It is believed that further research will surely find out ___(95)___ more vitamins. 86) A. drug B. chemical C. substance D. tablets 87) A. health B. healthy C. healthier D. healthily 88) A. himself B. herself C. themselves D. itself 89) A. supplied B. given C. offered D. fulfilled Hoc, hoc nữa, hoc mai!!! ̣ ̣ ̣ ̃ Trang 12
  13. Bai tâp trăc nghiêm tiêng Anh 12 (Hoc kỳ II) ̀ ̣ ́ ̣ ́ ̣ ̃ ̣ ̀ Nguyên Đăng Hoang Duy 90) A. who B. which C. in whom D. whose 91) A. unless B. so C. although D. however 92) A. use B. useful C. useless D. using 93) A. are discovering C. have discovered B. will discover D. has discovered 94) A. who B. that C. why D. when 95) A. many B. much C. so D. such BAØI 2: Choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát ñeå hoaøn thaønh baøi khoùa döôùi ñaây. Everyone ___(96)___ disease at some time or another. However, millions of people around the world do not have good health ___(97)___. Some times they have no money to pay for medical ___(98)___. Sometimes they have money, ___(99)___ there is no doctor. Sometimes the doctor does not know ___(100)___ the disease or sometimes there is no treatment. Poor people in big cities have the most health problems. They often have the least ___(101)___ about disease prevention. If they know what ___(102)___ they often do not have money to do it. ___(103)___, it is difficult for a person who has no electricity to refrigerate food or boil ___(104)___ water. With no money , the person cannot even buy ___(105)___ to wash his or her hands. 96) A. prevents from B. keeps from C. suffers from D. benefits from 97) A. care B. careful C. careless D. carelessness 98) A. treat B. treated C. treatable D. treatment 99) A. only B. but C. if D. whether 100) A. treatment B. to treat C. how to treat D. treating 101) A. liberation B. education C. intention D. attention 102) A. to do B. doing C. did D. done 103) A. Only when B. Why didn’t C. If not D. For example 104) A. sea B. fresh C. mineral D. drinking 105) A. shop B. silk C. soap D. sugar UNIT 9: TO BUILD A FIRE A- TÖØ VÖÏNG adventure (n) söï phieâu löu match (n) que dieâm ancestry (n) toå tieân mittens (n) gaêng tay caress (n) söï vuoát ve represent (v) ñaïi dieän cho earflap (n) caùi che tai singe (v) chaùy seùm escape (v) thoaùt khoûi slave (n) noâ leä experience (n) kinh nghieäm stamp (v) giaäm chaân fearful (adj) ñaùng sôï stinging (n) söï ñau nhoùi fire-wood (n) cuûi trail (n) ñöôøng moøn frightened (adj) sôï twig (n) caønh caây gold rush (n) cuoäc ñoå xoâ tìm vaøng whiplash (n) daây roi inherit (v) thöaø höôûng whistle (v) huyùt saùo intimacy (n) söï thaân maät * CHUÙ YÙ: GO + after/ahead/along/away/back/by/off/on/out/over/up/down * TRAÉC NGHIEÄM BAØI ÑOÏC (SGK)  Jack London (1876 – 1916) 1) Jack London was born in 1876 and died at the age of ____. A. 19 B. 21 C. 40 D. 50 2) His birthplace is ____. A. Europe B. Alaska C. the Far East D. San Francisco 3) He quit school in ____. A. 1880 B. 1897 C. 1914 D. 1885 4) He took part in the famous “gold rush” because he ____. A. wanted to be a sailor B. loved adventure C. loved gold D. wanted to live in the wild country 5) Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE? A. Jack London wrote many stories and novels. B. He took part in the famous “gold rush.” C. He travelled a lot after he quit school. D. He discovered gold in Alaska in 1897.  Paragraph 1 6) He stamped his feet and thrashed his arms ____. Hoc, hoc nữa, hoc mai!!! ̣ ̣ ̣ ̃ Trang 13
  14. Bai tâp trăc nghiêm tiêng Anh 12 (Hoc kỳ II) ̀ ̣ ́ ̣ ́ ̣ ̃ ̣ ̀ Nguyên Đăng Hoang Duy A. because he was hungry B. to make a fire C. to make himself warm D. because he was frightened 7) Near the roaring fire, ____. A. he smoked his pipe B. he thawed the ice from his clothes and had his meal C. the dog was sleeping D. the dog ran away to escape from being burnt 8) Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE? A. The man was frightened because of the cold. B. It was cold in the country. C. He made a fire because he was hungry. D. He ate his biscuits after building a fire.  Paragraph 2 9) After taking his comfortable time over a smoke, the man ____. A. took the dog back toward the fire B. walked outside in such fearful cold C. continued his journey D. arranged the earflaps of his cap 10) The dog followed the man because ____. A. it wanted to be faithful to him B. it didn’t want to go back toward the fire C. the man spoke to it gently D. it was afraid of the whip-lashes 11) It can be inferred that “the knowledge” in line 22 means ____. A. being slaves to man B. knowing cold C. being fearful D. going back toward the fire 12) The word “One” in line 25 refers to ____. A. the man B. the dog C. the hand D. the whip-lash 13) Which of the following statements is TRUE? A. The dog was the man’s slave. B. The man loved the dog. C. The dog wasn’t afraid of the whip-lashes. D. The dog didn’t want to go back toward the fire B- ÑIEÅM NGÖÕ PHAÙP CAÀN NHÔÙ PHOÁI HÔÏP THÌ TRONG MEÄNH ÑEÀ TRAÏNG TÖØ CHÆ THÔØI GIAN Meänh ñeà chính Meänh ñeà traïng töø chæ thôøi gian We always take our umbrellas with us when it rains. I usually read a newspaper while I am waiting for the bus. He never goes home before he has finished his work. We will have already finished the work when you get back. It was raining when I got there. I met him while I was walking along the street. He left his office after he had finished his work. The train had already left when I arrived at the station. She has played the piano since she was a child. * CHUÙ YÙ: 1) KHOÂNG duøng thì töông lai trong meänh ñeà traïng töø chæ thôøi gian. 2) Meänh ñeà traïng töø chæ thôøi gian baét ñaàu baèng when, whenever, before, after, since, as soon as, while, no sooner … than, hardly … when, … C- BAØI TAÄP TRAÉC NGHIEÄM I- NGÖÕ AÂM  Choïn moät töø coù phaàn gaïch döôùi ñöôïc phaùt aâm khaùc nhöõng töø coøn laïi. 1) A. life B. nice C. kiss D. high 2) A. match B. stomach C. school D. architect 3) A. travelled B. played C. cleaned D. wanted 4) A. try B. ancestry C. chemistry D. country 5) A. follow B. allow C. borrow D. blow  Choïn moät töø coù troïng aâm chính ñöôïc nhaán khaùc so vôùi nhöõng töø coøn laïi. Hoc, hoc nữa, hoc mai!!! ̣ ̣ ̣ ̃ Trang 14
  15. Bai tâp trăc nghiêm tiêng Anh 12 (Hoc kỳ II) ̀ ̣ ́ ̣ ́ ̣ ̃ ̣ ̀ Nguyên Đăng Hoang Duy 6) A. frighten B. adventure C. fourteen D. experience 7) A. sailor B. return C. famous D. Europe 8) A. undergrowth B. firewood C. inherit D. intimacy 9) A. communicate B. protection C. beginning D. ancestry 10) A. America B. London C. Paris D. Sweden II- TÖØ VÖÏNG: Choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát. 11) I always feel thrilled when I enjoy a(n) ______ film. A. sad B. adventure C. boring D. amusing 12) It was getting colder and colder, so the hunter had to ______ the ground to keep warm. A. stamp B. stare C. step D. start 13) The price of petrol and oil is going ______ because of the war in Iraq. A. on B. after C. up D. ahead 14) Jack London was a famous writer in America. A. well-prepared B. well-done C. well-dressed D. well-known 15) She put on her ______ and hats, then went out. A. brush B. towel C. mittens D. umbrella 16) There was a power failure, all the lights ______, but she had no candle. A. went back B. went away C. went on D. went out 17) That beautiful girl died of an ______ of morphine. A. overdose B. overweight C. overhear D. overdo 18) Jack London wrote several ______ novels on adventure. A. interest B. interested C. interesting D. interestingly 19) In winter, Western people usually wear a hat with ______ to prevent them from cold. A. ear drum B. ear flaps C. earrings D. earphones 20) Circus performers are used to controlling performing animals with a ______. A. can B. chop stick C. flash D. whip lash 21) Some famous writers such as Charles Dickens and Jack London had to ______ school because of poverty. A. quit B. fire C. sack D. dismiss 22) More than 15 years has ______ but I never forget the time when I first met him. A. gone on B. gone up C. gone by D. gone out 23) I ______ that they disliked me, so I was upset. A. overweight B. overheard C. overcame D. overdose 24) The boss asked his secretary to ______ the figures and calculation again. A. go over B. go on C. go away D. go up 25) She is ______ with her present job. A. satisfy B. satisfied C. satisfaction D. satisfactory 26) When gold was discovered in Alaska in 1897, the famous “______” began. A. gold find B. gold rush C. gold catch D. gold discovery 27) He used to writ novels. He was a ______. A. playwright B. specialist C. adventurer D. novelist 28) The orator stopped for a while and then ______ speaking. A. went on B. went up C. went off D. went away 29) My new shirt is pretty but it doesn’t ______ my trousers. A. go out B. go together C. go with D. go on 30) ______ your work before you hand it in. A. Go over B. Go along C. Go after D. Go down III- NGÖÕ PHAÙP: Choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát. 31) Before cars ______, people ______ horses and bicycles. A. were discovered / had used C. is discovered / using B. discovering / used D. has been discovered / have been using 32) How ______ since we ______ school? A. are you / left C. have you been / had left B. will you / left D. have you been / left 33) Don’t go anywhere until I ______ back. A. come B. will come C. have come D. came 34) I ______ the book by the time you come tonight. A. will be finishing B. finished C. have finished D. will have finished Hoc, hoc nữa, hoc mai!!! ̣ ̣ ̣ ̃ Trang 15
  16. Bai tâp trăc nghiêm tiêng Anh 12 (Hoc kỳ II) ̀ ̣ ́ ̣ ́ ̣ ̃ ̣ ̀ Nguyên Đăng Hoang Duy 35) I ______ my writing by 3 o’clock this afternoon. A. finish B. finished C. will finish D. will have finished 36) Who ______ when I came? – Mrs. Brown. A. were you talking to C. are you talking to B. you were talking to D. you are talking to 37) He ______ home than his friend ______. A. has no sooner left / came C. had no sooner left / came B. is going to leave / comes D. will no sooner leave / comes 38) I ______ TV while my father ______ a newspaper. A. was watching / reading C. was watching / was reading B. watching / was reading D. am watching / is reading 39) I sat near a window whenever I ______ a bus. A. take B. took C. had took D. have taken 40) Although I ______ him to come, he ______ away. A. have insisted / stayed C. insisted / will stay B. had insisted / stayed D. am insisting / has stayed 41) She ______ the piano since she ______ ten years old. A. has been played / was C. played / was B. has played / was D. has played / has been 42) We ______ as soon as you have finished your work. A. went B. go C. will go D. have gone 43) He never goes home before he ______ his work. A. has finished B. had finished C. finishing D. finished 44) He ______ ill for a long time before he ______. A. is / dies C. has been / died B. had been / died D. was / had died 45) He told me this morning that he ______ with us the following day. A. will go B. would go C. is going D. had gone 46) She didn’t tell me the reason why she ______ to school the day before. A. hadn’t come B. didn’t come C. doesn’t come D. wouldn’t come 47) I had no map and that’s why I ______ lost. A. got B. get C. have got D. would get 48) Mary ______ dinner when her friend ______ at 6.30 yesterday. A. is having / calls B. had / called C. had / calling D. was having / called 49) This is the house that Jack ______ three years ago. A. built B. had built C. builds D. was building 50) The train ______ when I ______ at the station. A. had already left / arrived C. already had left / arrived B. already left / had arrived D. left already / had arrived IV- SÖÛA LOÃI: Choïn moät töø hoaëc cuïm töø gaïch döôùi caàn phaûi ñöôïc söûa. 51) Since fireworks are danger, many cities have laws preventing businesses from A B C D selling them. 52) Human had struggled against weeds since the beginning of agriculture. A B C D 53) The mother will wait outside the school until her son will finish his examination. A B C D 54) Before go out, remember to turn off the lights. A B C D 55) I was walking along the pavement when I realized that there has been a man A B C D following me. 56) Peter has been writes the composition for three hours and has not finished yet. A B C D 57) The teacher asked Bill why he doesn’t go to school the day before. A B C D Hoc, hoc nữa, hoc mai!!! ̣ ̣ ̣ ̃ Trang 16
  17. Bai tâp trăc nghiêm tiêng Anh 12 (Hoc kỳ II) ̀ ̣ ́ ̣ ́ ̣ ̃ ̣ ̀ Nguyên Đăng Hoang Duy 58) Peter never go to bed before he has finished his homework. A B C D 59) I have learnt English for I was 10 years old. A B C D 60) I was listening to the radio when the door bell rings. A B C D 61) Before the combine harvester has been invented, farmers had to cut and thresh A B C rice by hand. D 62) John said he will invite some of his friend for dinner, so Mary had to buy some A B C D more food and drink. 63) He told the workers who were helping him build a bridge that he has found gold. A B C D 64) People think that smoking should definitely being banned in public places. A B C D 65) It’s three years since they have said goodbye to each other. A B C D 66) Tom wants to be a doctor when he will grow up. A B C D 67) While you had been out, Tom came to see you. A B C D 68) When you return from London, we have finished the project. A B C D 69) Prices have gone on rapidly in the last few months. A B C D 70) Alice wishes she had more time last night to finish her work. A B C D V- BIEÁN ÑOÅI CAÂU: Choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát. 71) “The last time I saw him was in 1999.” means ______. A. I have not seen him since 1999 C. I have usually seen him since 1999 B. I have not seen him for 1999 D. I saw him was since 1999 72) “John began playing the piano 10 years ago.” means ______. A. John played the piano 10 years ago B. John has played the piano for 10 years C. John used to play the piano 10 years ago D. John doesn’t play the piano any more 73) “Jim broke his leg. He was playing football.” means ______. A. Jim broke his leg playing football B. Jim broke his leg while playing football C. Jim broke his leg to play football D. Breaking his leg, John played football 74) “My mother felt tired and went to bed early.” means ______. A. Felt tired, my mother went to bed early B. Feeling tired, my mother went to bed early C. Feel tired, my mother went to bed early D. My mother felt tired to go to bed early 75) “It’s ages since I last saw a Hollywood film.” means ______. A. I was a last Hollywood film since ages ago B. I haven’t seen a Hollywood film for a long time C. I haven’t seen any Hollywood films before D. It’s ages because I last saw a Hollywood film VI- ÑOÏC HIEÅU BAØI 1: Ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát. One afternoon a big wolf waited in a dark forest for a little girl to come along carrying a basket of food to her grandmother. Finally a little girl did come along and she was carrying a basket of food.” Are you carrying that basket to your grandmother?” asked Hoc, hoc nữa, hoc mai!!! ̣ ̣ ̣ ̃ Trang 17
  18. Bai tâp trăc nghiêm tiêng Anh 12 (Hoc kỳ II) ̀ ̣ ́ ̣ ́ ̣ ̃ ̣ ̀ Nguyên Đăng Hoang Duy the wolf. The little girl said yes, she was. So the wolf asked her where her grandmother lived and the girl told him and he disappeared into the wood. When the little girl opened the door of her grandmother’s house she saw that there was somebody in bed with a nightcap and nightgown on. She had approached no nearer than twenty-five feet from the bed when she saw that it was not her grandmother but the wolf, for even in a nightcap a wolf does not look any more like your grandmother than the lion in a cartoon film looks like the President of the United States. So the little girl took an automatic pistol out of her basket and shot the wolf dead. 76) Where did the little girl go? A. she went to her grandmother’s house. B. she went to her grandmother. C. she went to her mother’s house. D. she went to her grandfather. 77) After being told where the little girl’s grandmother lived, the wolf _____. A. followed the girl to her grandmother’s B. showed the girl the way to get there C. went into the wood and tried to get there first D. disappeared forever 78) On opening the door, the girl saw _____. A. her grandmother in bed B. somebody in her grandmother’s clothes in bed C. the wolf under the bed D. somebody in a nightcap and nightgown under the bed 79) Which of the following is NOT true? A. The girl came very close to the bed. B. The girl knew that it was not her grandmother in bed. C. The girl recognized the wolf in her grandmother’s clothes. D. Even in a nightcap, a wolf never looks like her grandmother. 80) What did the girl do in the end? A. she ran away. B. she killed the wolf. C. she shouted for help. D. she went out to get a gun. BAØI 2: Ñoïc kyõ ñoaïn vaên vaø choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát. This is a story that Charlie Chaplin liked to tell about himself. It happened after the great actor had become internationally famous. A theater announced that a competition would be held to see who could act like Charlie Chaplin and act one of the roles in a Chaplin’s film. When Charlie Chaplin heard about the competition, he decided to take part in the competition himself. Naturally, he kept his plan a secret from everybody. When the results of the competition were announced, Charlie said: “I didn’t know whether to feel angry or only surprised. I didn’t win the first prize. But after thinking about it, I decided that it would be best to laugh.” 81) This is a story which ______. A. Charlie was fond of telling B. happened when he was not famous yet C. was told by his friends D. was announced at the competition 82) People who took part in the competition had to ______. A. sing a song B. keep it a secret from the other people C. imitate Chaplin’s walking, dressing and acting D. be a great actor 83) Charlie didn’t ______. A. take part in the competition C. allow this competition B. like they competition D. tell anybody about his plan 84) When the results of the competition were announced, ______. A. he was very surprised and angry B. he learnt that he had won the first prize C. he learnt that somebody else had won the first prize D. he learnt that his new film was a success 85) When learning the news, he decided ______. A. to keep it a secret C. to be angry Hoc, hoc nữa, hoc mai!!! ̣ ̣ ̣ ̃ Trang 18
  19. Bai tâp trăc nghiêm tiêng Anh 12 (Hoc kỳ II) ̀ ̣ ́ ̣ ́ ̣ ̃ ̣ ̀ Nguyên Đăng Hoang Duy B. to laugh D. not to take part in such a competition VII- ÑIEÀN TÖØ: BAØI 1: Choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát ñeå hoaøn thaønh baøi khoùa döôùi ñaây. In 1848, Sam Brannan came running into San Francisco from Sutter's Fort in the Sierra. He had ___(86)___ pockets and the news spread ___(87)___. A few months later. the whole world knew ___(88)___ the hidden gold of California, and people ___(89)___ to the mountains to hunt for it. The "Gold rush" ___(90)___. By the end of 1849 San Francisco was ___(91)___. In March 1848, the city had had only 1000 ___(92)___. ___(93)___ the summer of 1849, there were 5000 and by 1850 the number had ___(94)___ to 25000. In the mining areas nearly, new towns grew with extraordinary ___(95)___. 86) A. gold field B. gold dust C. gold rush D. gold mine 87) A. fast B. fatly C. faster D. fastest 88) A. of B. on C. about D. from 89) A. crushed B. threshed C. rushed D. visited 90) A. will begin B. begins C. would begin D. had begun 91) A. unrecognized C. unrecognizing B. unrecognizable D. recognize 92) A. citizens B. men C. persons D. individuals 93) A. on B. at C. by D. from 94) A. reduced B. risen C. lessen D. up 95) A. height B. width C. rapid D. speed BAØI 2: Choïn ñaùp aùn ñuùng nhaát ñeå hoaøn thaønh baøi khoùa döôùi ñaây. Jack London was the ___(96)___ American novelist and short story writer. He was ___(97)___ in San Francisco in 1876. He ___(98)___ school at 14 to become a sailor. Jack London was a self-taught student. He ___(99)___ his high school and college education during 6 months. He led an adventurous but poor life. His viewpoint was in favour of the ___(100)___ and socialism. He read a lot of books of Karl Marx. He was influenced by Marxist theory and the ___(101)___ Revolution. In 1895, he joined the Socialist Labour Party but in the last years of his life , he moved away from the working class and in 1916 he ___(102)___ the Party. In 1916 he ___(103)___ suicide because of despair dream. He used an ___(104)___ of morphine and drowned himself in the sea. He was an adventure ___(105)___, a Socialist reformer and a prominent Socialist who often signed under the line “ Yours for the Revolution , Jack London .” 96) A. famous B. well-dressed C. well-cooked D. infamous 97) A. bore B. bear C. birth D. born 98) A. went B. quit C. visited D. loved 99) A. finishing B. started C. finished D. starting 100) A. poor B. rich C. wealthy D. elderly 101) A. September B. October C. November D. December 102) A. joined B. leaves C. left D. joins 103) A. commits B. commit C. committing D. committed 104) A. overdose B. overuse C. overweight D. overconcern 105) A. playwright B. novelist C. director D. poet PHUÏ LUÏC 1: MOÄT SOÁ CAÂU GIAO TIEÁP THOÂNG DUÏNG 1. (Nghe ñieän thoaïi) Hello. I’m Mary. May I speak to John, please? Xin chaøo. Toâi laø Mary. Xin cho toâi noùi chuyeän vôùi John. 2. Could you hold a minute, please? Xin vui loøng giöõ maùy trong giaây laùt. 3. One moment, please. Vui loøng ñôïi moät chuùt. 4. Hang on. I’ll get him. Ñôïi moât chuùt. Toâi goïi anh aáy. 5. I’m sorry, but John is busy now. Would you leave a message/call back later? Toâi xin loãi. Baây giôø John ñang baän. Baïn muoán ñeå laïi lôøi nhaén/choác nöõa goïi laïi khoâng? 6. How are you? – Couldn’t be better. Thank you. Yourself? Baïn khoûe khoâng? – Khoûe laém. Caûm ôn nheù. Coøn baïn? (Coù theå hoûi: “Are you ok?” vaø ñaùp laïi baèng: (I’m) fine / not bad / great / very well / pretty bad / not fine / not good / awful) 7. Thank you. – You’re welcome. Hoc, hoc nữa, hoc mai!!! ̣ ̣ ̣ ̃ Trang 19
  20. Bai tâp trăc nghiêm tiêng Anh 12 (Hoc kỳ II) ̀ ̣ ́ ̣ ́ ̣ ̃ ̣ ̀ Nguyên Đăng Hoang Duy Caûm ôn baïn. – Khoâng coù chi. (Coù theå ñaùp laïi baèng: Never mind (Ñöøng baän taâm)/ Not at all (Khoâng coù chi)/ It’s my pleasure (Vinh haïnh cuûa toâi)/ Don’t mention it (Ñöøng ñeà caäp ñeán)) 8. It’s getting late. I’ve got to go. Goodbye. See you soon. – Take care. Treã roài. Toâi phaûi ñi ñaây. Taïm bieät. Heïn sôùm gaëp laïi nheù. – Baûo troïng. 9. Excuse me, but could you please tell me where Dong Thap supermarket is? Xin loãi, xin oâng vui loøng cho toâi bieát sieâu thò ÑT ôû ñaâu? 10. Good luck! (Chuùc may maén!) 11. Congratulations! (Xin chuùc möøng!) 12. My God! (Chuùa ôi!) 13. Would you like something to drink? (Baïn muoán uoáng gì khoâng?) 14. Let’s go fishing. - That’s sounds great. Chuùng ta haõy ñi caâu caù nhe. – Nghe hay ñaáy. 15. Why not go shopping? – I’d love to, but I’m busy now. Sorry. Sao laïi khoâng ñi mua saém? – Toâi thích laém nhöng toâi khoâng khoûe. Xin loãi. 16. I’m terribly sorry. (Toâi thaønh thaät xin loãi.) 17. No problem. (Khoâng thaønh vaán ñeà.) 18. Don’t worry about it. (Ñöøng baän taâm veà ñieàu ñoù.) 19. How beautiful/handsome you are today! (Hoâm nay baïn ñeïp laøm sao ñaáy!) 20. You’re exactly right. (Baïn hoaøn toaøn ñuùng.) 21. I couldn’t agree more! (Toâi hoaøn toaøn ñoàng yù.) 22. I’m tired to death. (Toâi meät muoán cheát.) 23. Give me a break. (Haõy ñeå toâi yeân.) 24. Can I take a break? (Em coù theå giaûi lao?) 25. Keep your promise. (Haõy giöõ lôøi nheù.) 26. Don’t break your promise. (Ñöøng nuoát lôøi nheù.) 27. I’m all ears. (Toâi ñang chaêm chuù nghe.) 28. Don’t beat about the bush. (Ñöøng voøng vo tam quoác.) 29. Come back to earth. (Quay veà thöïc teá ñi.) 30. Take your pick. (Haõy choïn ñi.) 31. It’s your turn. (Ñeán löôït baïn.) 32. It rains cats and dogs. (Trôøi möa nhö truùt nöôùc.) 33. It’s on me. (Ñeå toâi traû tieàn.) 34. I’m broke. (Toâi bò chaùy tuùi roài.) 35. Poor you! (Toäi nghieäp baïn quaù!) 36. Don’t pull my leg. (Ñöøng treâu choïc toâi.) 37. That chance slips through my fingers. (Cô hoäi vuoät khoûi taàm tay toâi.) 38. Watch your language. (Haõy caån ngoân.) 39. Behave yourself. (Haõy cö xöû cho ñuùng nheù.) 40. That’s a tempest in an teapot. (Chuyeän beù xeù ra to.) 41. I wouldn’t say no. (Toâi ñaâu coù töø choái.) 42. They are no match for you. (Hoï khoâng phaûi laø ñoái thuû cuûa baïn.) 43. Travel broadens your minds. (Ñi moät ngaøy ñaøn hoïc moät saøn khoân.) 44. It’s like water off a duck’s back. (Nhö nöôùc ñoå ñaàu vòt.) 45. At first strange, now familiar. (Tröôùc laï sau quen.) 46. I read you like a book. (Toâi ñi guoác trong buïng baïn.) 47. I slipped my tongue. (Toâi lôõ lôøi.) 48. The more, the merrier. (Caøng ñoâng caøng vui.) 49. I’m over the moon. (Toâi raá sung söôùng/haïnh phuùc.) 50. He’s a pain in the neck. (Noù laø caùi gai trong maét.) 51. Take it or leave it? (Laáy hay boû?) 52. It’s up to you. (Tuøy baïn.) 53. I could eat a horse. (Toâi coù theå aên moät con ngöïa = Toâi raát ñoùi buïng.) 54. I could drink an ocean. (Toâi coù theå uoáng caû moät ñaïi döông = Toâi raát khaùt nöôùc.) 55. First think, then speak. (Uoán löôõi 7 laàn tröôùc khi noùi.) 56. They talk behind my back. (Hoï noùi xaáu sau löng toâi.) 57. I’d like to join the green summer campaign. (Toâi muoán tham gia chieán dòch muøa heø xanh.) 58. Many men, many minds. (Chín ngöôøi möôøi yù.) 59. Slow but sure. (Chaäm maø chaéc.) 60. Seeing is believing. (Traêm nghe khoâng baèng moät thaáy.) 61. Love cannot be forced. (EÙp daàu eùp môõ ai nôõ eùp duyeân.) Hoc, hoc nữa, hoc mai!!! ̣ ̣ ̣ ̃ Trang 20

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