Trắc nghiệm tiếng anh 10 Unit 10: Conservation (P1)

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Choose the word whose bolded part has a different pronunciation from the others in each group:

Question 1:

  • a.conservation
  • b. nation
  • c. mention
  • d. question

Question 2:

  • a. medicine
  • b. protect
  • c. species
  • d. never

Question 3:

  • a. variety
  • b. pattern
  • c. vary
  • d. back

Question 4:

  • a. painted
  • b. protested
  • c. fetched
  • d. eroded

Question 5:

  • a. pollute
  • b. develop
  • c. constant
  • d. provide

Choose the best answer a, b, c or d for each sentence:

Question 6: The bridge is a marvelous work of engineering and ___.

  • a. destroy
  • b. destruction
  • c. destructive
  • d. destructively

Question 7: Work on the production line is monotonous and lacks ___.

  • a. variety
  • b. various
  • c. varied
  • d. variable

Question 8: He owns a series of ____ across the US and beyond.

  • a. industries
  • b. industrials
  • c. jndustrious
  • d. industrialize

Question 9: He says he'll tell the authorities but it's just an empty ___.

  • a. threat
  • b. threaten
  • c. threatening
  • d. threateningly

Question 10: I'm sick of ____ -heart liberal politicians.

  • a. blood
  • b. bloody
  • c. bleed
  • d. bleeding

Question 11: In the movie, he plays a concerned and ____ father trying to bring up two teenage children on his own.

  • a. sense
  • b. sensitive
  • c. sensible
  • d. senseless

Question 12: As a child I had an ____ friend called Polly.

  • a. image
  • b. imagine
  • c. imaginative
  • d. imaginary

Question 13: Phone me if there are any new ____.

  • a. develop
  • b. developed
  • c. developing
  • d. developments

Question 14: If you don't have anything ____ to say, I'd rather you kept quiet.

  • a. construct
  • b. constructors
  • c. constructive
  • d. construction

Question 15: A healthy body will be able to fight off the illness ____ without the use of medicine.

  • a. nature
  • b. natural
  • c. naturalize
  • d. naturally

Question 16: The new laws will be ____ to restrict wildlife destruction.

  • a. pasted
  • b. passed
  • c. supplied
  • d. taken away

Question 17: She was not in the back yard, ____ upstairs.

  • a. either she was
  • b. nor she was
  • c. nor was she
  • d. no she was

Question 18: It is impossible to do this work.

  • a. It is impossible to be done this work.
  • b. To be done this work is impossible.
  • c. Being done this work is impossible.
  • d. This work is impossible to be done.

Question 19: They were carrying two injured players out of the field.

  • a. Two players were injured and carrying out of the field.
  • b. The field was being carried two injured players.
  • c. Two players were injured and carried out of the field.
  • d. Two injured players were being carried out of the field.

Question 20: _____ yet?

  • a. Has the report been written
  • b. Has the report written
  • c. Did the report write
  • d. Was the report written

Question 21: Neither the teacher ____ his students participated in the activities.

  • a. or
  • b. nor
  • c. but also
  • d. as

Question 22: It is difficult ____ the problem of pollution.

  • a. solve
  • b. to solve
  • c. solving
  • d. solved

Question 23: The door ____ open at any circumstances.

  • a. should not leave
  • b. should left
  • c. should not be left
  • d. should not be leave

Question 24. The teacher made us do a lot of homework because the final examination was coming.

  • a. A lot of homework was made to do
  • b. A lot of homework was made by the teacher
  • c. We were made do a lot of homework by our teacher
  • d. We were made to do a lot of homework by our teacher

Question 25: The road in our town ____.

  • a. wide
  • b. are being wide
  • c. are being widened
  • d. are being widen

Question 26: ____ the importance of conservation, the students have taken part in the campaign of planting trees in some areas.

  • a. Realize
  • b. To realize
  • c. Realizing
  • d. Realized

Question 27: Will you stop ____ that horrible noise?

  • a. make
  • b. to make
  • c. making
  • d. made

Question 28: He was seriously injured in the accident. He could not see; ____.

  • a. nor could he hear
  • b. nor he could hear
  • c. nor he heard
  • d. he could not hear nor

Question 29: ____many species are dying out.

  • a. It says
  • b. It is said
  • c. People is said
  • d.. It is saying

Question 30: The president ____ seriously ill.

  • a. is said
  • b. is said to be
  • c. is said for being
  • d. is said being

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

Question 31: Because of her father has been seriously ill, she can't go to the meeting.

  • a. Because of
  • b. has been
  • c. seriously ill
  • d. can't go

Question 32: Though Linh was not good at playing badminton, she managed to win her opponents.

  • a. Though
  • b. not good at
  • c. playing
  • d. to win

Question 33: He is known that these questions are so difficult that he can’t answer them.

  • a. is known
  • b. these question
  • c. so difficult
  • d. can't answer them

Question 34: This water isn’t warm enough for the young boys to swim.

  • a. This water
  • b. warm enough
  • c. young boys
  • d. to swim

Question 35: Last week unless my mother had had enough money, she would have bought that toy for me.

  • a. unless
  • b. had had
  • c. enough money
  • d. would have bought

Read the passage carefully and choose the correct answer.

Our family members resemble each other because we have the same genetic formation in our DNA, and this formation has been passed from parents to children for many generations. Much like the children humans create, plants pass on their genetic formation in their seeds. The seeds of endangered and imperiled plants are so valuable because there are no other plants in the world with that same genetic formation, and we are at risk of loosing these genetic resources forever. But preserving the genetic diversity of some species can be quite difficult. When researchers and conservationists preserve a plant, one of their goals is to preserve genetic variety. “By preserving the genes of these plants, we preserve the possibility for adaptations in the future,” explains Dr. Christina Walters, a plant physiologist. After collected seeds must be stored for future use, planting or research. Since seeds begin to grow when it is warm and wet, scientists store seeds in places that are cold and dry, which is called a seed bank. But not all seeds survive the drying and freezing treatments, and care must be taken so that they are not harmed during banking. When researchers attempt to store a seed, they examine what is known about the growth habits of the plant, its habitat and geographical distribution, and then classify the seeds by storage needs.

Question 36: The text is about ____.

  • a. generations
  • b. genetic formation
  • c. DNA
  • d. seed preservation

Question 37: Plants ____.

  • a. do not have genetic formation
  • b. have genetic formation as human beings do
  • c. do not pass on the genetic formation in their seeds
  • d. cannot be preserve by seed storing

Question 38: Genetic preservation is ____.

  • a. very easy
  • b. uneasy
  • c. Inexpensive
  • d. impossible

Question 39: Scientists preserve seeds ___.

  • a. to plant or research
  • b. for fun
  • c. for money
  • d. to consume in the future

Question 40: A seed bank ____

  • a. is a place where we can keep our money
  • b. is wet and warm
  • c. is dry and cold
  • d. is a place where seeds cannot be stored

Fill in each numbered blank with one suitable word or phrase.

Tropical forests are known to be very (Question 41) ____ to the balance of nature but we are destroying them at an incredible rate. They (Question 42) ___ not only to benefit the natives of that country, (Question 43) ___ to satisfy the needs of richer countries. Central American forests are being destroyed for pastureland to make pet food in the United States cheaper; in Papua New Guinea, forests are destroyed to (Question 44) __ cheaper cardboard packaging for Japanese electronic products; in Burma and Thailand, forests have been destroyed to (Question 45) ____ more attractive furniture in Singapore and Hong Kong. (Question 46) ____, a rich person living thousands of miles away may cause more tropical forest (Question 47) ____ than a poor person living in the forest.

In short, it is everybody's duty to safeguard the future of mankind — through population control and being more aware of the (Question 48) ___ his actions have on nature. Nature is both fragile and powerful. It is very easily destroyed (Question 49) ____ man; on the (Question 50) _____ hand, it can go easily destroy human beings with terrible disasters.

Question 41:

  • a. important
  • b. determined
  • c. polluted
  • d. attractive

Question 42:

  • a. are clearing
  • b. are clear
  • c. are be cleared
  • d. are being cleared

Question 43:

  • a. also
  • b. but also
  • c. as well
  • d. nor

Question 44:

  • a. protest
  • b. contaminate
  • c. supply
  • d. damage

Question 45:

  • a. produce
  • b. establish
  • c. better
  • d. cause

Question 46:

  • a. However
  • b. If
  • c. Although
  • d. Therefore

Question 47:

  • a. destroy
  • b. destruction
  • c. destructive
  • d. destroyer

Question 48:

  • a. afford
  • b. efforts
  • c. effects
  • d. affect

Question 49:

  • a. by
  • b. with
  • c. through
  • d. for

Question 50:

  • a. another
  • b. other
  • c. others
  • d. each other
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