Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 10 Unit 1: A day in the life of... (P1)

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Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others in each group:

Question 1:

  • a. routine
  • b arrive
  • c. morning
  • d. prefer

Question 2:

  • a. dinner
  • b. harrow
  • c. neighbor
  • d. correct

Question 3:

  • a. dinner
  • b. during
  • c. although
  • d. number

Question 4:

  • a. evening
  • b. usually
  • c. afternoon
  • d. another

Question 5:

  • a. alarm
  • b. discuss
  • c. friendly
  • d. begin

Choose the correct words to complete the sentences and the best completes each unfished sentence, or that best subtitutes the bold part:

Question 6: Are you planning to go ____ Paul's job when he leaves?

  • a. after
  • b. ahead
  • c. on
  • d. up

Question 7: We've received permission to go ___ with the music festival in spite of opposition from local residents.

  • a. along
  • b. ahead
  • c. over
  • d. off

Question 8: I don't go ____ her views on private medicine.

  • a. together with
  • b. on with
  • c. away with
  • d. along with

Question 9: Public opinion is going ____ the government on this issue.

  • a. to
  • b. for
  • c. against
  • d. by

Question 10: Their relationship goes _____ when they were at university together

  • a. back to
  • b. into
  • c. out of
  • d. far away

Question 11: You can watch the trains going ____ from this window.

  • a. in.
  • b. off
  • c.on
  • d. by

Question 12: He went ____ on his knees and begged for forgiveness.

  • a. to
  • b. down
  • c. by
  • d. out

Question 13: Their dog had to be put to sleep after it went ____ the post woman.

  • a. after
  • b. for
  • c. ahead
  • d. along

Question 14: She's decided to go ____ business as a freelance computer programmer.

  • a. into
  • b. on
  • c. for
  • d. by

Question 15: The lights went ____ in several villages because of the storm.

  • a. by
  • b. out
  • c. up
  • d. off

Question 16: The fire alarm went off when smoke rose.

  • a. exploded
  • b. shouted
  • c. rang
  • d. burned

Question 17: After a short break for tea, they went on working.

  • a. began
  • b. continued
  • c. delayed
  • d. harrowed

Question 18: He often leaves ______ home for ___ work at 7 o’clock and arrived at ____ office at exactly 7.30.

  • a. a / the / an
  • b. the / the / no article
  • c. no article / no article / the
  • d. the / no article / an go

Question 19: During his break, Mr. Pike is used to drink tea with his fellow peasants.

  • a. workers
  • b. associates
  • c. mechanics
  • d. farmers

Question 20: On his _____ at the airport, John felt a little disappointed when no one came and picked him up.

  • a. arrival
  • b. arrive
  • c. arriver
  • d. arrived

Question 21: Whenever I returned my village, I enjoy walking along the paths where flowers are growing on the ____ of each side.

  • a. blank
  • b. banks
  • c. banking
  • d. blanket

Question 22: Water ___ at one hundred degrees Celsius and freezes at zero degrees Celsius.

  • a. cooks
  • b. steams
  • c. boils
  • d. grills

Question 23: Now they are visiting London. They will leave ____ Paris the day after tomorrow.

  • a. to
  • b. on
  • c. at
  • d. for

Question 24: Could you please tell me the ____ time when the meeting begins?

  • a. exact
  • b. exactly
  • c. exactness
  • d. exacting

Question 25: Throughout ____ world, there have been experiments in growing food crops.

  • a. a
  • b. an
  • c. the
  • d. no article

Question 26: Tom is ____ in astronomy. He finds astronomy very ____.

  • a. interesting / interested
  • b. interest / interested
  • c. interested / interesting
  • d. interests / interest

Question 27: Lightning rarely _____ twice in the same place.

  • a. strikes
  • b. is striking
  • c. will strike
  • d. was striking

Question 28: ___ about early Chinese libraries.

  • a. To know little
  • b. That little knows
  • c. Little knows
  • d. Little is known

Question 29: Two tons of rice ____ to the victims of the flood yesterday.

  • a. sent
  • b. were sent
  • c. was sent
  • d. has been sent

Question 30: What do you call a person who works in a library? _ He/ She ____ a librarian.

  • a. calls
  • b. is called
  • c. called
  • d. calling

Find the one mistake (a, b, c or d) in these sentences.

Question 31: His mother used to make much him when he went hom for holidays.

  • a. used to
  • b. much
  • c. when
  • d. for holidays

Question 32: It's terribly smoky in here - I'm just going on for a breath of fresh air.

  • a. terribly
  • b. in here
  • c. going on
  • d. fresh air

Question 33: Many pupils have extra classes In the evenings with weekends.

  • a. extra
  • b. in
  • c. with
  • d. at

Question 34: We've been having a little problems with the new computer.

  • a. a little
  • b. problems
  • c. with
  • d. new computer

Question 35: Remember going through the pockets before you put those jeans in the washing machine.

  • a. going through
  • b. before
  • c. put
  • d. in

Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.

Crop rotation is the practice of growing different types of crops in the same field in sequential seasons to avoid a decrease in soil fertility, as growing the same crop epeatedly in the same place eventually depletes the soil of various nutrients. Crop rotation helps to balance the fertility demands of various crops. By crop rotation farmers can keep their fields under continuous production, without the need to let them lie fallow, and reducing the need for artificial fertilizers, both of which can be expensive. In subsistence farming, it also makes good nutritional sense to grow beans and grain at the same time in different fields. Crop rotation is also used to control pests and diseases that can become established in the soil over time. Plants within the same family tend to have similar pests and pathogens. By regularly changing the planting location, the pest cycles can be broken or limited. This principle is of particular use in organic farming, where pest control may be achieved without synthetic pesticides. The choice and sequence of rotation crops depends on the nature of the soil, the climate, and precipitation which together determine the type of plants that may be cultivated. Other important aspects of farming such as crop marketing and economic variables must also be considered when choosing a crop rotation. Crop rotation was already mentioned in the Roman literature, and referred to by great civilizations in Africa and Asia. From the end of the Middle Ages until the 20th century, the three-year rotation was practised by farmers in Europe.

Question 36: Farmers who practice crop rotation ____.

  • a. grow the same crop on their land all the time
  • b. grow different crops on their land in sequential seasons
  • c. make the soil decrease in fertility
  • d. use a lot of chemical fertilizers

Question 37: Crop rotation ____.

  • a. cannot be used in subsistence farming
  • b. let land lie fallow
  • c. can be used to control pests and diseases
  • d. is very expensive

Question 38: Plants within the same taxonomic family_____.

  • a. tend to have almost alike pests and pathogens
  • b. cannot grow on the same land
  • c. do not have pest and pathogens
  • d. have different pests and pathogens

Question 39: When practicing crop rotation, _____.

  • a. farmers needn’t choose the type of plants
  • b. farmers have to consider the nature of the soil, the climate, and precipitation
  • c. farmers cannot grow bean
  • d. farmers can grow only grain

Question 40: Crop rotation _____.

  • a. was practiced in Europe since the end of the Middle Ages
  • b. was not practiced in Rome
  • c. was not practiced by Asian farmers
  • d. was only practiced in Africa

Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word.

What do you do if you are a woman with two young children? You have to spend a lot of time and energy taking (Question 41) ____ of them. What do you do if you are also divorced and have (Question 42) ___ money? You have to look after the children and earn (Question 43) ____ to feed and clothe them. What happens if you are also only twenty-four years old and have hopes and dreams for a (Question 44) ____ life in the future? You look after the children, go to work, and go to university, all at (Question 45) _____. Same time. That has been Nancy Wesley’s life for two years now.

Nancy gets up at 6.00 every morning, dresses four-year old Matthew and two-year-old Anna, and (Question 46) ____ their breakfast. At 8.00, she takes them to the kindergarten. Then she goes to university (Question 47) _____ she takes classes from 8.30 to 2.30 pm. At 3.00 she picks (Question 48) ___ the children and spends time with them at home. Two hours later, at 5.00, it is time to go to Wall-mart store where she works in the sports department, (Question 49)____ hunting equipment. She is (Question 50) ____ about 10.00, and then she studies until midnight. She works all day at the weekend. She is always tired.

Question 41:

  • a. charge
  • b. position
  • c. care
  • d. look

Question 42:

  • a. no
  • b. not
  • c. any
  • d. no any

Question 43:

  • a. money enough
  • b. enough money
  • c. too money
  • d. many money

Question 44:

  • a. more good
  • b. best
  • c. more best
  • d. better

Question 45:

  • a. a
  • b. an
  • c. the
  • d. no article

Question 46:

  • a. prepares
  • b. carries out
  • c. does
  • d. puts up

Question 47:

  • a. which
  • b. that
  • c. in that
  • d. where

Question 48:

  • a. on
  • b. up
  • c. at
  • d. over

Question 49:

  • a. to sell
  • b. sell
  • c. selling
  • d. sold

Question 50:

  • a. home
  • b. to home
  • c. house
  • d. at house
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